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September 25, 1987 - Image 169

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-25

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I NEWS.

Fedora Horowitz
Artistic Director

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BEETHOVEN



Call Jerry Turken at

CJF To Be
Linked
By Satellite

. New York (JTA) — Dozen of
the largest Jewish federations
across North America in-
dicate they are the pioneer
participants in the Council of
Jewish Federations Satellite
Network (CJFSN), an interac-
tive television system
scheduled to debut next
month, it was reported last
week.
CJFSN will allow the feder-
ations and the Council of
Jewish Federations (CJF),
their umbrella organization,
to create and broadcast pro-
grams — most likely training
sessions, briefings, meetings
and press conferences — for
one another. Not only will
Viewers view, they will be able
to dial a toll-free telephone
number to talk to partici-
pants on the live programs
and be heard by the entire
audience.
"It's really a vehicle for
eliminating a lot of travel and
time spent in travel, and
bridging the communications
gap that exists between CJF
and federations and between
federations themselves," CJF
communications director
Frank Strauss said. Programs
, can originate in any televi-
sion studio. The signal will be
transmitted to a satellite, G-
Star II, now in orbit.

Jerusalem Strife
Topic Of Meeting

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
leaders of all but two Knesset
factions attended a meeting
convened jointly by Premier
Yitzhak Shamir and Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres Sun-
day to seek an end to the
ongoing strife between the or-
thodox and secular com-
munities which has erupted
in violence in recent weeks_,
mainly in Jerusalem.
The only factions absent
from the meeting were the
Communists and the Kach
Party.
Secular and religious
Knesset' members emerged
from the meeting with dif-
ferent forecasts. Dedy Zucker
of the Citizens Rights Move-
ment said film shows would
be resumed after Yom Kippur.
But Avraham Shapiro of
Agudat Israel vowed never on
the Sabbath.
Jerusalem's secular popula-
tion now hopes that the soc-
cer stadium, long delayed by
Orthodox protests, will final-
ly get Shamir's approval and
work will start on its con-
struction.

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The program features the 50-voice Brazeal
Dennard Chorale; the 25-member Lyric
Chamber Ensemble Camerata Orchestra, Felix
Resnick, conductor; and soloists Stacey
Woolley and Geoffrey Applegate, violin; Marcy
Chanteaux and Haden McKay, cello; Fedora
Horowitz and Joseph Gurt, piano

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Tickets $10, $12, $15, $25 with discounts
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Of Music
Ott Dance

The Institute of Music and Dance is proud to offer
weekly lessons and classes for students from age 3 to
80. Register now for daytime, evening, or Saturday
instruction with the area's finest performing artists.
Scholarships and financial aid are available.

YOU CAN HEAR THE DIFFERENCE!

Music

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Strings
Winds
Voice

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Therapy

Dance
Ballet
Body Conditioning
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Modem

NEW in 1987!

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Chamber Music
Opera Workshop
Classical Guitar
Men's Ballet
Youth Choir

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JOIN NOW
ATTEND OUR NEXT GENERAL MEETING
AND BRING A FRIEND

WHERE: Southfield Civic Center
26000 Evergreen Rd., Rm. 115 .
WHEN: October 8, 1987, 7:15 p.m.
SPEAKER: Senator Jack Faxon will speak on
pending legislation for security deposits.

OUR REPRESENTATIVES HAVE BEEN MEETING
WITH APARTMENT OWNERS AND CITY
OFFICIALS ON RENT PROBLEMS AND OTHER
TENANT CONCERNS. WE WILL REPORT
DETAILS ABOUT THESE MEETINGS.

To enroll, complete the application below the dotted line.
Mail both the application and a check for $5.00 as the
family yearly membership fee to the Southfield Tenants
Assn., P.O. Box 3043, Southfield, MI 48037-3043.

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Detroit

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For More Information Call:
557-9398, 557-4459 or 559-5465

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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