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November 04, 1988 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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The French Gourmet

Hall has personal ties to
Detroit through people he
knows, including Rabbi M.
Robert Syme at Temple
Israel. The two are college
friends.
No doubt Hall will make
more Detroit friends on Mon-
day. Quite a "deal" for Detroit
and the Hall of Fame.



Music Study
Concert Due

of
Study
Music
Metropolitan Detroit will
close its fall season at the Bir-
mingham Temple on Nov. 15,
at 12:15 p.m. with the presen-
tation of John Thurman,
cellist, and Fontaine Laing,
pianist.
Thurman was the youngest
cellist ever to be accepted at
the Manhattan School of
Music, where he studied with
Bernard Greenhouse. He has
been a member of the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra since
1970 and a featured chamber
soloist with the Detroit
American Artist Series.
Laing, pianist and harp-
sichordist, has performed on
the Brunch with Bach Series
and Cranbrook Series. She
has performed international-
ly as an accompanist, and has
soloed with Pontiac Oakland
Symphony and Oakway Sym-
phony, and this fall on harp-
sichord with the Troy
Symphony.
Helen Rowin will be chair-
man of the day. Guests are
welcome. There is nominal
charge. For information, call
Sylvia Mitchnick, 355-2395;
or Mrs. Rowin, 626-5398.

Wine Reviews
Sheehy Book

The Center For New Think-
ing will present Sherwin
Wine in a review of Character:

America's Search for Leader-
ship by Gail Sheehy on Sun-
day at 2:30 p.m.
A discussion of Fidel: A
Critical Portrait by Tad Szulc
will be offered on Nov. 10 at
10 a.m. Lectures take place in
the Somerset Mall auditori-
um, and are open to the
public. There is a fee. For in-
formation, call Susan Levin,
352-0264.

Music Contest
Deadline Told

Michigan Young Musicians
Competition will be held on
Feb. 5. The deadline for en-
tries is Dec. 5. The competi-
tion winners' concert will be
on April 5.
For entries and/or informa-
tion, call the Jewish Com-
munity Center, 661-1000, ext.
335.

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Special Appetizer Parties Available

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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