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April 16, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-16

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4 ebreW School
kuction Saturday

A variety of goods and
ervices will be auctioned
r e' at the annual auction of
he Hebrew Day School of
nn Arbor 8:30 p.m. Satur-
y at the Mill Creek club
ouse.
Among the items to be
uctioned off are: catered
eals, legal advice, furni-
ure, hand-knit sweaters,
ebrew and Yiddish les-
() s, gift certificates, res-
aurant meals and club
emberships. There is a
ominal admission charge.
(--
letails, call in Ann
I I
rbor, Mona Liss, 971-
!479; or Harlene Adiv,
3-5978.

72ggplant Salad

By NORMA BARACH

(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)

lbs. eggplant
s level tbsps. bread crumbs
large onions
hard boiled eggs
It and pepper to taste
(4 tsp. garlic powder
ail
paprika
Peel eggplant and cut into
:ubes. Chop onions. Fry
qgplant and onions in oil until
)rown, then cover and simmer
0 minutes. Grate eggs. Add 3
ggs to eggplant and onions.
idd salt, pepper, garlic yow-
ler and bread crumbs. Gar-
ish top with 1 grated egg and
bit of paprika.

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Violist, Pianist to Perform
in Music Study Concert

Violist Paul Neubauer
and pianist Christopher
Lewis will be presented by
Music Study Club at its an-
nual Artist Concert 3 p.m.
May 16 at Orchestra Hall.
Concert proceeds provide
scholarships for young
musicians and professional
concert appearances for
young artists as well as
scholarships and musical
instruments for Israel.
Neubauer's program will
include: Sonata in G major,
op. 2 by Flackton; Varia-
tions on a Russian Folk
Song "I Lost What I Loved"
CHRISTOPHER LEWIS
by Khandoshkin with Fon-
State
University of New
taine Laing at piano;
York
at
Purchase. He has
Sonata for Unaccompanied
Viola by Hindemith; La taken master classes with
Precieuse by Kreisler; and Robert Levin, John Perry
"Chorumi" — Gruzinski and Theodore Lettvin.
Call Sonny Lipenholtz,
Dance by Cincadze.
353.5399,
for ticket infor-
Lewis' program will in-
clude Sonatas L. 335 in G mation.
* * *
major, L. 118 in F minor,
L. 465 in D major by Scar-
latti; Variations Musicale Honors
Serieuses, Op. 54 by Concert Patrons
Mendelssohn; Moments
Patrons and sponsors of
Musicaux, Op. 94, No. 2 in Music Study Club's annual
A flat major, No. 3 in F
Artist Concert will be hon-
minor, No. 5 in F minor by ored at a pre-concert rally
Schubert; and Andante and musicale 12:15 p.m.
Spianato and Grande Tuesday at Temple Beth El,
Polonnaise Brilliante by according to Scholarship
Chopin.
Chairman Claire Brown.
Neubauer's teachers have
Featured scholarship,
been Alan de Veritch, students, assisted by gen-
William Primrose and cur- eral scholarship funds and
rently Paul Doktor at the special established funds,
Juilliard School of Music. are: Mark Aghababian,
Lewis studied with piano student of Dr. Charles
Seymour Bernstein at the Fisher, University of
Michigan, aided by the
Leah Lipkin Memorial
Fund for Piano; Mark
Krench, composition stu-
dent of Dr. James Hartway,
Wayne State University,
aided by the Ida K. Smolder
Memorial Fund for Com-
position, whose work "Piece
for Two Guitars and String
Quartet" will be premiered;
and Heidi Hepler, voice stu-
dent of Marjorie Gordon.
Guests are welcome at a
nominal charge. Call
President Helen Kerwin,°
353-6245, for information.

PAUL NEUBAUER

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Friday, April 16, 1982

JWV

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN LADIES
AUXILIARY will have a
meeting 8:15 p.m. Thursday
in the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home, announces
Lina R. Burnstein,
president. Jay Schwartz,
chairman of the nominating
committee, will present the
slate.
* * *
SOL YETZ - MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Second
nominations will be taken

and election of officers will
be held.
* * *
BLOCH - ROSE POST
AND AUXILIARY will
have a third Seder 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home.
Traditional Passover food
will be served. Tom Tannis
and Sam Skupsky will con-
duct services. A film on Is-
rael will follow. There is a
nominal charge. Proceeds
will go to Tel Hashomer
Hospital in Israel. For
reservations, call Tannis,
557-5538; or Evelyn
Skupsky, 543-8078.

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Jason Tickton

WSU

Prof. Jason Tickton, or-
ganist and music director at
Temple Beth El, will be
honored for "45 years of
service" to Wayne State
University on whose music
faculty he serves.
Tickton will be honored in
ceremonies 3:30 p.m. April
28 in the Community Arts
Auditorium on the WSU
campus.
He has been the music di-
rector at Temple Beth El
for 49 years.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Alumni Honor
Ex-Detroiter

.Former Detroiter Dr. Er-
nest J. Ring will be pre-
sented the Most Distin-
guished Alumni Award of
the Medical Alumni Asso-
ciation of Wayne State Uni-
versity on May 5.
Dr. Ring is the chief of
vascular and interventional
radiology at the Hospital of'
the University of Pennsyl-
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