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March 26, 1982 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Museum Tells
Aliya History

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING
POST

DANA STEVENS,
daughter of Evelyn and Irv-
ing Stevens, is a 23-year-
old cerebral palsy victim
. . . and a courageous one
. . . The past three years
she has been competing in
the Cerebral Palsy Olym-
pics . . . In 1981 Daha qual-
ified for the national com-
petition in Rhode Island.
She is one of 58 from
among 500 athletes selected
to be on the USA Cerebral
Palsy Sports Team who will
compete at an international
level this July in Denmark
. . . Dana qualified for the
free style swim race . . .
and will also compete in a
wheelchair race, wheel-
chq,ir slalom, team bocci
ball and Indian club toss.
Her present concern and
energy are directed toward
raising $1,200 to cover the
Denmark trip.
Because of her severe
physical involvement
and years of therapy and
patterning at home, Dana
at the age of five went to a
private residential school
in North Dakota . . . She
graduated high school in
1978 when she moved to
her parents' home .. .
Dana then attended Oak-
land Community College
where she maintained an
A average.
Her goal and dream was
to find an apartment or
facility where she could live
independently with other
physically disabled, men-
tally able young adults . . .
United Cerebral Palsy of
Michigan built just such a
facility. -
She is now living inde-
pendently in Lansing with
11 other physically im-
paired adults, each of whom
has his or her own apart-
ment . . . Although she is
not in school presently, she
is kept busy with many out-
side sports and social
events, catching up with
correspondence, reading
and adjusting to indepen-
dent living.
GET WELL WISHES
. . . to Jean Controneio of
Dominico's on Coolidge in
Berkley . . . Also to Irene
Gurwin recuperating at
home after her open heart
surgery . . . Both occupied
the same room at Beaumont
Hospital.
BEST BET Of the
Weekend . . . 26th an-
niversary dance tomorrow
evening . . . by Rose Sher-
rer Socialites for singles 55
and over . . . at Oak Park
Community Center.
SINCE THE fifth grade
at Bishop School in 1912
. . andtogether at Central
H
. igh and University of
Michigan, Sid Foreman and
Ed Schlussel have been
staunch friends . . . Now,
Sid and Ed have maintained
their closeness by celebrat-
ing their 80th birthdays to-
gether . . . Both birthdays
were also honored on sepa-
rate Saturdays at the same

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place . . . Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
GALILEE Bnai Brith
Women are in rehearsal for
their third musical produc-
tion . . . "The Maven" .. .
May 25 and 25 at Oak Park
High . . . (other two suc-
cesses were "Chaim" and
"Shayna").
Twenty-five people are in
the presentation . . . and
regardless of the weather
(even the real bad days) the
Galilee troupers show up at
Oak Park Community
Center every Monday.
It's being directed by
Paula Slomovitz . . . with
proceeds going to Bnai
Brith philanthopies.
For tickets to what will
probably be a sellout, call
Paula, 557-1297; Marleen
Wasserman, 968-9299; or
Judy Bernstein, 352-1121.
BELATED CON-
GRATS . . . to Sharon
Kramer . . . on her birth-
day.
25TH YEAR REUNION
of Oak Park High's first
graduating class is being
planned . . . For info call
Geri Gottesman Freedman,
557-8803.
KELLY BURGESS, De-
troit News writer, won't live
it down . . . after making
coffee for folks who thought
it tasted like mud . . . No
wonder . . . Kelly used in-
stant coffee in the per-
colator!
LIVING THROUGH
ART, an adapted art en-
richment program for phys-
ically and non-physically
handicapped will display
the works of its students
and staff at Somerset Mall
in Troy April 8-10 . . . The
art display will be open to
the public and run from 10
a.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday
and Friday, and from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday
. . . Selected pottery,
jewelry, paintings and orig-
inal drawings on exhibit
will also be on sale.
Living Through Art, or-
ganized by physically hand-
icapped Debbie George,
utilizes barrier-free
facilities and offers a vari-
ety of art classes, workshops
and field trips to its stu-
dents.

Music Contest
Deadline Nears

The Grosse Pointe Sum-
mer Music Festival an-
nounces deadline for entries
in its annual music compe-
tition is Monday.
For entry information,
call the Grosse Pointe War
Memorial, 881-7511.

Ethnic Festival

Alice B. Birney Middle
School will have its annual
ethnic festival 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the school.
Ethnic foods will be served.
The public is invited free of
charge.

TEL AVIV — A hundred
years of Zionist "aliyot"
(immigrations) are por-
trayed in a large exhibition
at Beth Hatefutsoth, the
Nahum Goldmann Museum
of the Jewish Diaspora.
More than 400 photo-
graphs, collected from vari-
ous archives in Israel and
abroad, are used to describe
the turning points in the
development of the Zionist
movement and the waves of
Zionist immigration in the
-last 1C) years.

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The annual Easter Seal
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Restaurant & Pizzeria
10517 W. 1 MILE RD.

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TUES -SUN 5 PM-11 PM
SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 AM-2 PM
SUNDAY FAMILY 3 PM -7 PM
STYLE CHICKEN

OPEN MON.-SAT.
6 a.m. thru 9 p.m.

Telethon Aired

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(Formerly Spiro's)

The Detroit Symphony
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available at the door.
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UP

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