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May 22, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-22

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LOCAL NEWS

1350 N. Woodward, Just South of Big Beaver (16 Mile)

"Haven't you always wanted a friend in the car business?"

Please Call DAVID BIBER 644-1930

ANY CAR ONT. T s ,1:1 , E,(1 ONLY AT INVOICE

Mon. and Thurs. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Tues., Wed., Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

SONIA FREEDMAN

invites you to view her

Designer Clothing Boutique

inside Emile's Salon

31409 Southfield Road (between 13 & 14 Mile Roads)
313/642-3315

It's Simply

weaters & designer clothing seen on Prime Time Soap Operas &
S Television
Personalities.
O ne of a kind clothing
ti • othing compares to our selection
i ndividual attention & personalized service

a

lways wonderful clothing selected with you in mind

HOURS: Wed. - Sat. 10:30 - 5:30 — Additional Hours Call For Appointment

Valet Parking Available

•-•

You're invited to see more of the first totally
new Jaguar sedan in nearly two decades.

The all-new 1988 Jaguar Xj6 sedan has
arrived. As successor to the legendary
Series it sedan, its introduction has been
one of the most eagerly anticipated auto-
motive events in years. According to the
experts, it has been worth the wait. But we
think you should experience the new Xj6
for yourself.
We're inviting you to feel the authorita-
tive power of jaguar's new 24-valve, double
overhead cam six cylinder engine. Sample

its luxurious handcrafted interior. Experi-
ence its fully independent suspension with
its near perfect balance of surefooted tenac- _
ity and supple ride. In short, we'd like to
show you all of the first totally new Jaguar
sedan in nearly two decades—the 1988 Xj6.

ENJOY TOMORROW. BUCKLE UP TODAY.

GUAR

A BLENDING OF ART AND MACHINE

Weisberg Concert At SZ

Dr. Samuel Stulberg, chair-
man of Shaarey Zedek's
Cultural Commission, has an-
nounced that Mr. and Mrs.
James August have been nam-
ed chairmen of this year's Peter
and Clara Weisberg Concert.
The annual concert will take
place June 16 and will feature
violinist Arnold Steinhardt,
first violinist of the world-
renowned Guarneri String
Quartet. • Steinhardt will ap-
pear with his brother, concert
pianist, Victor Steinhardt, in a
varied program of classical
selections, as well as music by
Jewish composers.
General admission to the con-
cert is free. However, tickets
will be mailed upon receipt of
a written request and a
stamped self-addressed
envelope to Weisberg Concert,
c/o Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Patron tickets may be purchas-
ed by calling Dr. Paul Gold,
855-6177.
Patrons will receive tickets
for reserved seating and admis-
sion to a reception following the
concert where they will have
the opportunity to meet the
artists.
The program on June 16 will
include selections by Ernst
Bloch, Robert Schumann, Bela

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bartok, Fritz Kriesler, W A.
Mozart and Victor Steinhardt.
In addition, Arnold Steinhardt
will play selections on his viola
and will provide explanations
and background material.
The Weisberg Concert was
established in 1980 by the
Weisberg family in honor of
Peter and Clara Weisberg.

Dor L'Dor Concert
Joins Seniors, Kids

More than 60 Jewish
youngsters and seniors will
join in song on Wednesday to
present the community's
third annual Dor L'Dor con-
cert.
The program, a culmina-
tion of five months of pen-pal
letter writing and music re-
hearsals, will begin at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. It has
been organized and is jointly
presented by the National
Council of Jewish Women,
Greater Detroit Section; the
Jewish Community Center's
senior adult department and
the Hillel Day School.
NCJW Dor L'Dor Co-

Chairmen are Gerry Paster-
nak and Fran Wigod. Miriam
Sandweiss and Judy Blustein
have represented the Jewish
Center, and Rochelle
Iczkovitz has served as Hillel
coordinator for the joint
enterprise. Musical director is
Zena Shaykhet.

The concert is offered free
of charge to the public. Coffee
and cake will be served.
NCJW's "Up and Out Pro-
gram" will provide bus trans-
portation for seniors from
several pick-up points to the
synagogue. Those interested
should call the NCJW offices,
258-6000.

Masons To Throw
Banquet For JARC

Staff Report

643-6900

Arnold Steinhardt

For the fourth year, Oak Park
Masonic Lodge will host a bowl-
ing banquet for residents of the
Jewish Association for Re-
tarded Citizens.
The lodge has been a long-
time JARC supporter, providing
residents with bowling shirts,
throwing them parties and
building a succah during the

Succot holiday, according to
Eric Spevak, worshipful master
of the lodge.
"There's so much en-
thusiasm, because these are
people who are so much
neglected," he said of the JARC
residents.
The bowling banquet — set
for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Berkley Masonic Temple — is
as much fun for the JARC staff

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