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January 21, 1983 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Midrasha Is Registering
for Spring Class Schedule

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The Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies, which be-
gins its spring semester
Feb. 6, is now taking regis-
tration for classes.
Classes at the Midrasha
are offered on a 16-week
credit or non-credit basis.
Credit may be applied
towards a bachelor's degree
in Jewish studies or Hebraic
studies or an associate de-
gree. Classes are offered in
the following areas: Hebrew
language and literature,
Yiddish language and liter-
ature, history, philosophy,
biblical and post-biblical

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literature, contemporary
Jewish literature and edu-
cation.
Four- or six-week class
schedules are available.

Special spring pro-
grams at the Midrasha
include: a Bargman
Series on Israel in the
Middle East, a Hadassah
mini-course series, a
Pioneer Women/Naamat
lecture series and book
review series, a Bar-Han
cultural series on Israel,
an ORT series on Jewish
art, a professional de-
velopment series for
communal agency work-
ers on Jewish history
topics and an artist-in-
residence.

A special program
entitled Midrasha on
Wheels can be organized for
seven or more people who
wish to study together on a
non-credit basis outside of
the Midrasha building. The
Midrasha helps design the
curriculum and provide the
resource person.

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ated Coffee is offering a
week's stay for two at the
Canyon Ranch Spa in
Arizona. It's the grand prize
in Sanka's Canyon Ranch
Spa Sweepstakes.
The Canyon Ranch Spa is
a complete vacation and fit-
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at the foothills of the
Catalina Mountains, the
spa emphasizes health and
fitness.
Guests at the spa are
treated to a 800-calorie-
per-day gourmet menu. It
was created by Jeanne
Jones, award-winning
author and consultant to
the spa, who espouses
weight control through por-
tion size.

The menu includes dis-
hes like parfait of orange
slices, coq au vin and
pineapple boats with
coconut sauce. In addi-

Camp Stone Director
Stuart Chesner, and Mrs.
Chesner, will address a
luncheon sponsored by
Camp Stone 12:30 p.m. Feb.
6 in the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Harvey Sabbota,
23220 Morningside Dr.,
Southfield.
The Chesners will de-
scribe camp activities and
show a video tape of the
Camp Stone 1982 song fes-
tival' and distribute the
camp's 1982 yearbook.
The camp is directed by
Young Israel and Bnei
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The Hebrew Day School
of Ann Arbor will present a
concert featuring the Ann
Arbor Brass Quintet 7:30
p.m. Feb. 13 at Cong. Beth
Israel, 2000 Washtenaw,
Ann Arbor.
Quintet members are: De-
lain Bomer, French horn;
Terry Braciszeski, trumpet;
James Heitler, trumpet;
John Schumacher, tuba;
and George White, trom-
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are
While
encouraged to eat less they
are also encouraged to exer-
cise more. A total of 25
different recreation and
sports activities are avail-
able each day. They include
swimming and racquet
sports, exercise machines
and dance classes, even na-
ture hikes in Sabino Can-
yon.
The Sanka Canyon Spa
Sweepstakes also offers sec-
ond and third prizes of exer-
cise bicycles and Casio jog-
ging watches. Entries may
be sent to Canyon Ranch
Spa Sweepstakes, P.O. Box
6065, Kankakee, Ill. 60902.
Full details and rules ap-
pear in an ad elsewhere in
this issue.

Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute will have an oneg
Shabat 8:30 p.m. Jan. 28 at
the Franklin Pointe Apts.
club house. Paula S. Strick-
stein will present a slide
talk on "Contemporary Ar-
tists — Who Happen To Be
Jewish."
Mrs. Strickstein's back-
ground in art history in-
cludes specialization in
Modern, African, Pre-
Columbian and American
Indian art.
Commissioner of the
Southfield Art Commission
for two years, she has or-
ganized and led art tours to
New York and Chicago. She
has taught courses in art
appreciation and presented
lectures to various organ-
izations and art associa-
tions.
The public is invited, re-
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tradition, athletic and rec-
reational activities are of-
fered to campers. The Camp
Stone Computer Center de-
veloped programs offering
video games and computer
quizzes dealing with the
history and importance of
Jerusalem to Jews.

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For reservations to the
luncheon, call Mrs. Sab-
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Mizrachi office, 398-7180.

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For information on Camp
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Ann Arbor Quintet Plays
for Hebrew School Concert

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Friday, January 21, 1983 59

tion, nutrition lectures
are offered by faculty
from nearby University
of Arizona Health Serv-
ices Center.

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For course schedules or
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quintet will perform are:
"La Marche," Calvert;
"Easy Winners, Joplin;
"Prelude and Fugue," Bach;
"La Spiritata," Gabrielli;
and "Junk Man Rag," Luc-
key Roberts.

Dessert will follow the
concert. Reservation dead-
line is Feb. 6. For reserva-
tions, call the day school,
668-6770, Monday through
Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; or by
calling Liz Fried, 971-4017.

Marriages

Ilene Lederman and
Richard Goodman were

married recently at Jac-
ques. Rabbi M. Robert Syme
of Temple Israel officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Ann Lederman of South-
field and the late Mr. Sam
Lederman. Parents of the
bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Issie Goodman of
Bloomfield Hills.
Letty Lederman was her
sister's maid of honor.
Junior bridesmaids were
Jade, Erin and Samantha
Lederman.

Brian Goodman was
his brother's best man.
Usher Alan Lederman,
brother of the bride, gave
his sister away.

Following a honeymoon
in Las Vegas, Nev, the
couple are residing in
Southfield.

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