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October 12, 1990 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-12

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FORMERLY OF TALLY HALL

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Open For Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Andy Warhol, Frank
Stella and Roy Lichten-
stein.
More than 300 people at-
tended the Oct. 2 event.
Some of the Detroit area art
lovers at the opening includ-
ed: Judy and Ed Narens,
Alan and Susan Lichten-
stein, Doug and Sydell
Schubot, Betty and Lou
Chernoff, Max and Nancy
Spector, Eileen Wasser-
man, Harriet and Morton
Freedman, Marvin and
Gloria Siegel, Carolyn
and Hugh Greenberg,
Larry and Phyllis Spec-
tor, Peggy Daitch, Betty
and Harry Goldberg,
Beverly Wagner and Ken
and Beverly Neumann.
Mr. Karp is acquainted with
many Detroiters including
Mr. and Mrs. S. Brooks
Barron, whom he has known
since the 1950s.

ADL EVENTS
The Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith announced the reelec-
tions of the executive board
to include: Linda Sober-
man, president; Norman
Beitner, Barry Goodman,
Fran Gross, Sheri Schiff,
Nancy Schonberg and
David Wallace as vice pres-
idents; Ruth Lando as vice
president of outstate opera-
tions; Michael Traison as
secretary; Gene Farber as
treasurer.
The first ADL fund-raiser
of the season was held at the
home of Bill and Audrey
Farber with guest speaker
George Cantor, Detroit
News columnist. The next
was hosted by James
and Shelley Boschan
featuring Mitch Albom,
Detroit Free Press col-
umnist. Author Elmore
Leonard spoke at the home
of Michael and Marcy
Feldman. ❑

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Orchestra Hall
Hosts Pianist

Pianist Murray Perahia
kicks off Detroit Symphony
Orchestra Hall's 1990-91 "In
Recital" series with a single
performance 3:30 p.m. Oct. 14
at Orchestra Hall. Mr.
Perahia's program will in-
clude Haydn's Sonata in A-
flat major, Hob. XVI; 43;
Brahms' Sonata No. 3 in F
minor; Chopin's Nocturne in
F major, Op. 15, No. 1 and
Rondo in Elicit major, Op. 16;
and Liszt's Concert Etude:
Waldesrauschen and Me-
phisto Waltz No. 3.
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