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September 25, 1987 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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(ENTERTAINMENT

BEST WISHES TO OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS FOR A

HEALTHY AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

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CHICKEN • RIBS • SHRIMP

WE DO BEST!

1987 • 5748

Heartiest Wishes To Our
Customers and Friends
For A
Healthy and Happy

New Year

LELLI'S
INN
7618 Woodward
871-1590

Detroit's Finest Italian-American Cuisine
Since 1941

6,4

28888 Franklin Rd.
American Motors Bldg.
350-8450

FRIDAY. SEPT._25. 1987.

Vivace Concert Features
Black, Jewish Music

The Vivace Series of the
Birmingham Temple will
open its season with a concert
featuring Cantor Harold Or-
bach of Temple Israel and Ar-
thur Thompson at the Birm-
ingham Temple on Oct. 18 at
7:30 p.m.
Their program will be
devoted to the musical and
historical routes of black and
Jewish music.

Thompson is a soloist with
the Metropolitan Opera. He
recently completed a recor-
ding of Porgy and Bess with
the Cleveland Orchestra.
Cantor Orbach has given
many local performances and
has appeared on stage
elsewhere. There is a charge
for tickets. For information,
call Joyce Cheresh, 647-4620;
or Ilene Cohen, 288-3953.

BEST WISHES TO
OUR CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY
& HEALTHY NEW YEAR
from

SOUTHFIELD •

124

Cantor Harold Orbach, left, and Arthur Thomson join for a concert.

The Giora Feidman Trio will entertain at this year's Balfour Concert.

Balfour Concert Nov. 1

BANQUET
FACILITIES
AVAILABLE

BIRMINGHAM

555 S. Woodward
555 Building
642-9400

Balfour 54, presented by
the Metropolitan Detroit
District of the Zionist Organ-
ziation of America, will
celebrate Israel's 40th birth-
day Nov. 1 at Ford
Auditorium.
Headlining will be Giora

Feidman and his trio and
Israeli singer Vardena. The
master of ceremonies will be
Max Sosin, and Mack Pitt
will be the musical conductor. i
Judge Avern Cohn, guest ofj
honor at the affair, will be
presented with the Justice

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