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April 02, 1982 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Music Study Club Names Guest Artists

Music Study Club will
present violist Paul
Neubauer and pianist
Christopher Lewis at its
annual Artist Concert 3
p.m. May 16 at Orchestra
Hall.
Neubauer, at age 18, was
the youngest entrant and

first prize winner at the
Lionel Tertis International
Viola Competition held in
1980 at the Isle of Man in
the British Isles. He had
made his solo debut with
the Los Angeles Philhar-
monic at age 13. He also ap-
peared with the San Fran-

To All Knitters

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HAPPY PASSOVER

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cisco Symphony.
He performed the world
premiere of Gordon Jacob's
Second Viola Concerto with
the English Chamber Or-
chestra at London's Queen
Elizabeth Hall.
Neubauer has per-
formed extensively in
Europe, Canada, and
'California and has taken
first prize awards in
three other outstanding
competitions, the most
recent being on March 16

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Lewis has appeared - fre-
quently as a soloist at Car-
negie Recital Hall under the
auspices of the Leschetizky
Association, the New York
Historical Society and . the
WNYC Young American
Artists program. He has
been an accompanist in
classes with Gerard Souzay.
In the summer of 1980, he
participated in the Sarasota
Music Festival where he
gave chamber recitals. Ear-
lier this year he presented a
recital at the State Univer-
sity of New York.
The public is invited at a
charge. Call Sonny Purther,
855-3180, for ticket infor-
mation.

Deborah Glen
Plans to Marry

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OUR PASSOVER HERITAGE

So many rich and meaningful experiences are assod-
ated, directly and indirectly, with the joyous festival of
the Passover. And, because of our.past we can look
ahead, with the hope and optimism that a well founded
faith provides.
-

As life insurance people we often contemplate the paral-
• leis between our profession and our faith as we provide
a deep and meaningful sense of well-being to families
and businesses through the miracle of life insurance.

In a spirit of dedication I extend to one and all my
sincerest wishes for a happy Passover.

Richard Love CLU
Manager

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THE DOMINION LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY

100 Renaissance Center, Suite 2912, Detroit

Phone 259-6120

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The price of gold is down and we
want to pass our savings on to you!
Now through May 10th you can save
30% on some of the most exciting
jewelry in the area. This sale includes
everything in our store. 14Kt. gold chains,
pendants, bracelets, diamond and
gold earrings, engagement rings and
remounts. Lake Biwa fresh water pearls,
beautiful precious gem rings and more.

For yourself or a gift for
someone special don't miss this
30% off sale!

AMEN'S
FINE JEWELRY

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Out of the horrible years of World War II, of the Nazi terror,
and the death canips, have come inspiring tales of bravery and
heroism. On-e of these is about a Prayer Book composed in an -
extraordinary, wondrous manner.

The prisoners ot Camp Treb1Mka, althou0 tortured and
Fann,lled, imanacd-sornehci.,.. tc Keep an account of the
Calendar year • Aft,
Laispered.

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MISS GLEN

Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Glen
of Southfield announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Deborah Jo, to Robert
W. Molnar, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Molnar, also of
Southfield.
Miss Glen attended East-
ern Michigan University.
Her fiance was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity and attends the
Chicago College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine.
An August wedding is
planned.

Party Benefits
the Goodfellows

The Goodfellows of De-
troit will benefit from a
party hosted by the School
of Medicine at Wayne State
University and Phi Delta
Epsilon Fraternity.
The party will be held 8
p.m. Sunday at Nitro's
nightclub, 14060 Tele-
graph, Detroit.
There is an admission
charge. For details, call the
Medical School Student Ac-
tivities office, 557-1023,
daily.

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P cwover to all

Mr. and Mrs. Max Stollman
Mr. Phillip Stotiman
and Families

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