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September 30, 1988 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-30

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ENGAGEMENTS limm""mmmm.

Johnny Wallace
+5

and

Johnny Wallace
Little Big Band

Contact Johnny Wallace, Talent Consultant
for all your Entertainmeant Needs

GRENIER & MOORE Productions 585-2552

Anybody can self

jev4eIry . • •
but NOBODY
provides SERV ICE
and DISCOUNTS
like Weintraub.

MERE. IS
A DIFFERENCE-

DAVID M. DEUTSCH
HAPPY HOLIDAYS

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For Every Occasion"

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SIZES 16-32
FROM
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TAYLOR

Fashion Resale
is paying cash-
for fall and winter
women's clothing
and accessories.
for information
call Mon.-Fri. 12 to 6

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HOURS: MON.-SAT. 10-6
THURS. 10-9

N DETROIT

presents

ANNUAL ARTIST CONCERT 1988

featuring

MUSIC BY THREE

in a program of mixed solo and chamber music

DANIEL McKELWAY, clarinetist
CHRISTOPHER COSTANZA, cellist
RINA DOKSHINSKY, pianist

in works by

SCHUMANN, BEETHOVEN, LISZT, MESSIAEN, BRAHMS

Sunday Afternoon, October 9, 1988
Orchestra Hall
at Three O'Clock
3711 Woodward Avenue
Benefactor $100.00 Admits Two Sponsor $50.00 Admits Two Patron $25.00 Admits Two

Tax deductible as applicable

For additional information call Marilyn Ash 398-8097 or Corliss Rosenberg
General Admission tickets available at Box Office

92

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1988

Basch-Levy

Frank and Elaine Basch of
Livonia are happy to an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Paula Y.
Basch, to Dr. David B. Levy,
son of Leon and Charlotte
Levy of Burlingame, Calif.
Paula is employed at MB
Jewelers and plans to pursue
a career in gemology. David
has earned his Pharm.D.
degree at the University of
Southern California and has

completed an emergency
medicine fellowship at
Rutgers University. He is
employed at Detroit Receiv-
ing Hospital as a clinical
specialist in emergency
medicine, and is an assistant
professor at Wayne State
University College of
Pharmacy.

An autumn wedding is
planned.

I LOCAL NEWS I

High School Program
In Israel Is Enrolling

Y CLU B

MUSIC
OF METRO

Paula Basch and Dr. David Levy

543-3095

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion - Israel Program Center
and the • United Hebrew
Schools offer a new program
in Israel for 10th and 11th-
grade students. The program,
titled Project Discovery, will
enable students to spend six
months in Israel studying in
an American high school.

They will live in Jerusalem
and experience life in Israel.
The Youth Aliyah Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency
will administer the program
in Israel.
Participating students will
depart in February 1989 and
will live and study in Golds-
tein Youth Village, an inter-
national education center.
Detroit students will be join-
ed by students from Chicago,
Cleveland and other North
American Jewish com-
munities. About 40 boys and
girls are expected to take part
in Project Discovery, 15 from
Detroit. The Detroit Jewish
Welfare Federation will sub-

sidize the cost for each stu-
dent from Detroit. The cost
for the semester will be
$2,735 inclusive: room and
board, tuition, roundtrip air-
fare from Chicago.
In addition to the regular
American high school cur-
riculum, the program will in-
clude intensive Jewish and
Hebrew studies and tours of
the country. A special em-
phasis will be given to learn-
ing about the Israeli society
and encountering the Israelis
on a personal level.
Each student will have an
adoptive Israeli family with
which the student will spend
holidays and free time.
Students will also take part
in activities of the Noar
Le'Noar youth movement
(BBYO - Israeli sister move-
ment) with their peers.
Deadline for registration is
Oct. 15. For information, con-
tact the Israel Program
Center, 661-5440; or the
United Hebrew Schools,
354-1040.

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