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September 14, 1973 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-09-14

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Zep. Drinan to Speak
it Annual Dinner



Registration Sunday for Center Classes

Sculpture a n d painting,
music, macrame and cook-
ing are among the offerings
in the Jewish Center fall
class schedule, registration
for which will be held Sunday
at the main building.
Members m a y register
from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Both members and nonmem-
if a man works, he is bers may register that day
from 2 to 5 p.m. No mail or
Aessed.—Midrash Tehillim.
phone registrations will be
accepted.
All classes meet for 13
weeks.
The photography depart-
ment has been expanded to
include classes for beginners,
for your party
intermediates and advanced
students. Experimental
classes also are available.
B y
Dance coordinator Harriet
Berg lists classes in modern

Caricatures

Call
399-1320

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Fr. Robert Drinan (D.,
/fass.) will be guest speaker
it the annual dinner of the
americans f o r Democratic
fiction Roosevelt Day Dinner
p.m. Sept. 22 at the
tackham Memorial Building.
ii'or information, call the
linner ADA chairman, David
Volock, 963-3578.

FIELD

0

Larry Freedman

Orchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

Reading help for
ages 7 to 70

A lot of students having trouble in science, history,

and mathematics are really having trouble with their
_ reading. For these students, as well as younger chil-
dren and adults who do not read well, much, or for
love of reading, the Reading Improvement Center
offers individualized training by a Reading Specialist.

For further information, or to arrange for diagnostic
testing, call 399-0333.

Dorothy S. Orent,

READING
IMPROVEMENT
CENTER

23650 Woodward (1/2 Mi. N. of 9 Mi. Rd.)
Pleasant Ridge, Mich.

IF YOU WANT IT!

WE CAN DO IT!

In the New Completed
Luxurious Sanctuary and
Social Hall of

* Congregation

BETH ACHIM

We guarantee to meet your every wish

ROYAL KOSHER
CATERING

We'll make your's an affair
you'll always remember.

We also cater in your hall-home-or synagogue

357-0244 or 864-8177

Under the supervision of the Council of Orthodox Rabbis

GIP

dance, ballet, folk and belly
dance for all ages, including
Lilo Fauman's c r e ative
rhythmics course for the pre-
s c h o o l and kindergarten
child.
Sculpture, ceramics and oil
painting are offered as well
as special art courses for
children and guided tours of
local museums and galleries
by artist Deanna Sperka.
Classes in macrame, chess,
silkscreen design, speed read-
ing and guitar are part of
this year's curriculum; Phyl-
lis Blum returns to offer four
classes in gourmet kosher
cooking; and Ray Board-
man's practical gardening
class will explore both indoor
and outdoor gardening.

A new concept in theater
and dance, designed for the
young, is available through
the Young Dancers Guild and
the Young Actors Guild, un-
der the guidance of drama
coordinator Irene Malin.



Hebrew department, 341-4200,
ext. 246.
T h e Hebrew department
also is opening a class in He-
brew literature and grammar
for those who are proficient
in Hebrew language. Selected
works of Hebrew literature
and daily newspapers will be
used.
The class will meet 7:30
p.m. Thursdays at the 10
Mile branch, beginning Oct.
4.



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Sept. 14, 1973-39

Sholem Aleichem Institute Head

Aleichem Institute. The in-
stitute offers a cultural secu-
lar approach to Jewishness,
including Yiddish and He-
brew language studies for
children in the secular school
which it co-sponsors.
Benyas, a commercial pho-
tographer, his wife Shirley
and two sons are residents
of W. Bloomfield Township.

Candids by

Samuel Levin, Wayne State
University professor emeri-
tus, Las resumed his lecture
series for senior adults at the
Robert A. Benyas has been
557-1884
10 Mile Center. All lectures
elected president of Sholem
are held 1 p.m. Mondays.
His topic next week will be
"Tests of Leadership." On
Sept. 24, he will speak on
"Jewish Life, Character and
Achievements — Opinions of
Leaders of Thought."
IS ON THE WAY...
For information, call Eu-
with our newly arrived fashions
gene Jaffe, 545-8780.

Registration also is taking
place in the Hebrew depart- Levin Renominated
ment for five new beginners.
Hebrew classes taught by the
St. Cloud "Habet Ushma"—
Look and Listen" audio-vis-
ual method.
Morning, afternoon and eve-
ning classes are offered at
all levels. Completion of the
first part gives the student
the ability to use a thousand
common expressions.
The classes will meet at
11 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Mon-
days and Wednesdays and 9
a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesdays
and Thursdays at the 10 Mile
branch of the Center. An 11
a.m. class will meet at the
main building. Classes will
e roit r mmon Council-
begin the week of Oct. 1 and man Carl Levin was renom-
continue for 28 sessions.
inated in the Detroit primary
For information, call the Tuesday. He ran third.

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