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October 07, 1988 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

METROPOLITAN DETROIT DISTRICT

THE
JEWISH
NEWS

Serving Detroit's Metropolitan
Jewish Community
with distinction
for four decades.
PUBLISHER:
Charles A. Buerger
ASSOCIATE PUBLISHER:
Arthur M. Horwitz
EDITOR EMERITUS:
Philip Slomovitz

The most exciting musical event of the year
SUNDAY, OCT. 30 1988 7:30 P.M. • FORD AUDITORIUM
ALL STAR SHOW

Master of Ceremonies - Max Sosin, Detroit's Foremost Raconteur

EMIL COHEN

An American humorist with a
mastery of the Yiddish idiom
presents songs and stories
reflecting the spirit, the pride, the
joys and the sorrows of the
gallant people of Israel.

AVI TOLEDANO

SERGE' EDELMANN

A talented recording star who
won the 1970 Israeli Oscar for
best singer, has performed with
the Haifa Symphony Orchestra,
and was the star of the Israeli
Music Hall in New York and
appeared to sellout audiences in
London, Paris and Brussels. He
is presently appearing in the Tel
Aviv musical "Les Miserables".

A Russian-born pianist who has
appeared with leading orchestras
in Europe's major concert halls
from the age of 10. His concert
reviews by the San Francisco
Chronicle, Los Angeles Times,
The. New York Times, and The
Detroit Free Press have estab-
lished his acclaim as a world
class concert artist.

Musical Conductor - Mack Pitt

HONORING

In recognition of their exemplary support of
the State of Israel, outstanding service as
community leaders, and their dedication to
the advancement of Jewish values...

LOUIS and HAROLD BERRY

will be presented with the prestigious

JUSTICE LOUIS D. BRANDEIS AWARD

LOUIS BERRY

HAROLD BERRY

of the Zionist Organization of America.
Milton Shapiro
Rabbi M. Syme,
National President
President
Metro Detroit District

RESERVATIONS

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER

P hol n e 5
s 18 0 4u5t1 hfr ee ld s t m 101 4 M 8i 0 le n Rd. 569

EDITOR:
Gary Rosenblatt
ASSOCIATE EDITOR:
Alan Hitsky
NEWS EDITOR:
Heidi Press
STAFF WRITERS:
David Holzel
Elizabeth Kaplan
Kimberly Lifton
CONTRIBUTING EDITOR:
Elie Wiesel
ART DIRECTOR
Kim Muller-Thym
PHOTOGRAPHER
Glenn Triest
LOCAL COLUMNISTS:
Danny Raskin
Carla Jean Schwartz
ADMINISTRATION:
Lisa S. Kamil
PRODUCTION:
Donald Cheshure
Cathy Ciccone
Curtis Deloye
Joy Gardin
Ralph Orme
OFFICE STAFF:
Shirley Berman
Lynn Fields
Percy Kaplan
Pauline Max
Marlene Miller
Dharlene Norris
Jeri Poma
Trish Stephens
Ellen Warshaw
Adrian Williams
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES:
Lauri Bolte
Susan Brooks
Randy Marcuson
Rick Nessel
Danny Raskin
Laurie A. Silberg
EDITORIAL DEADLINE: All
public and .social announcements
must be received by Friday noon,
seven days prior to desired date of
publication. Must be typewritten.

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
DEADLINE: Tuesday noon
DISPLAY ADVERTISING
DEADLINE: Monday 4:30 p.m.

SUBSCRIPTIONS: 1 year-$26 — 2
years-$46. Out of State-$33 per year.
Foreign-$48 per year.

20300 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE
SUITE 240
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076-4138

TELEPHONE: 354-6060

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1988

1988 by The Detroit Jewish News

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