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February 15, 1991 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-15

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"My food is so authentic,
you'll say

From the sayings of Chairman Wong — Pearl City
From won ton soup to Szechuan chicken, my
restaurants serve only the freshest, the most
authentic Chinese food,

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So for the true taste of China — come to
Pearl City. It's V_

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Restaurant & Lounge

open for lunch and dinner

Enjoy Dancing To Stuart Rogoff
Tues.-Sat. At Our Pearl City Southfield

$3.00 OFF DINNER j20% OFF CARRY-OUT§1

Purchase 1 entree receive
$3.00 OFF
the purchase of a second entree.
One per person, per order. Sun.-Thur.
Doesn't apply to split orders.

PEARL CITY

GOOD THROUGH 2.28-91

For any carry-out order
totaling $20.00 or more receive
20% OFF your total.

One coupon per order.
Offer good every day.
PEARL CITY
GOOD THROUGH 2.28-91

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Homemade From Natural Ingredients
Dania and Ed Farah Invite You To Enjoy
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correct diagnosis and proper
treatment . Support the
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1991

559.8222

Pianist Misha Dichter will
come to Detroit's Orchestra
Hall 8 p.m. April 17 with the
Jerusalem Symphony Or-
chestra for a benefit perfor-
mance on behalf of the
Hebrew University of—
Jerusalem to celebrate Israel
Independence Day.
Misha Dichter believes that
this Israel Independence Day
performance will be the most
meaningful of their U.S. tom-.
"As one - whose own family
fled the Nazis during the
1940s, I feel it my obligation
to remind people that our
responsiblity to those Jews
who have fled persecution in
the Soviet Union during
these times remains un-
diminished," he said.
"The Hebrew University,
founded 65 years ago, was an
integral part of the creation
and growth of the State of
Israel," said Jack Liwazer,
president of the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity. "Just as it provided a
haven for Jewish students
who fled Nazi Europe, it will
provide that same opportuni-
ty for Jewish students fleeing
the Soviet Union, where anti-
Semitism is on the rise."
Mr. Dichter joins the
Jerusalem Symphony Or-

Misha Dichter

chestra, in this its 53rd
season, and conductor
Lawrence Foster for this
benefit performance which
will feature an Israeli over-
ture, Beethoven's Piano Con-
certo #3 in C Minor, opus 37,
and Schostakovich's Sym-

phony #1 in F Major, opus 10.
Benefactors will attend a
pre-concert cocktail reception
at Orchestra Hall. For ticket
information, call Shayna
Silverman, 357-0510.

Musica Viva!
International Concert

COMPARE ANYWHERE! . . . IF YOU WANT THE BEST — GIVE US A TEST!

I DINE IN & CARRY-OUT AVAILABLE J

Pianist Misha Dichter
Benefit Performance

3000 Town Center, Suite 1500,
Southfield, MI 48075 (313) 444-4848

Musica Viva! Buick Inter-
national 1991 Concerts will
present "A Musical Adven-
ture," featuring "an interna-
tional treasure," violinist
Hamao Fujiwara in his first
Detroit area appearance 8
p.m. Feb. 22 at Smith Theatre,
Orchard Ridge Oakland Com-
munity College.
Mr. Fujiwara has appeared
as soloist with major or-
chestras worldwide, including
the Tokyo, Hong Kong and
Seoul Philharmonic Or-
chestra, Rochester Philhar-
monic and the Toronto, Van-
couver, Louisville and
American symphony or-
chestras. He has taught at
the Juilliard School and the
Manhattan School of Music.
Mr. Fujiwara is a professor of
violin at the University of
Michigan School of Music.
Joining Mr. Fujiwara will
be pianist Katsurako
.Mikami, a winner of the Na-
tional Competition in Toyko
and Marguerite Long Inter-
national Piano Competition
in Paris. She is a graduate of

Toho School of Music, Paris
Conservatory of Music and
the Juilliard School of Music
and records for Columbia and
Musica Magna Records.
Flautist, Ginka Gerova-
Ortega, will join in the perfor-
mance. Performing on four
continents, this Bulgarian-
born flutist has been making
musical news since her 1983
Carnegie Hall debut.
Tickets include a free
afterglow. For information,
call the 24 hour hotline,
471-7700.

Science Center
Reopens Theater

The Detroit Science Center
reopened its Omnimax
Theater with the showing of
To the Limit, a look into the
human body as it adapts to
meet the demands of physical
exertion. The film features ac-
tion sequences of world-class
athletes, including a cham-
pion mountain-climber, a
Bolshoi ballerina and an
Olympic skier.

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