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February 18, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-18

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44- Friday, Febniary,18,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Class for New
Parents Offered

Cranbrook P.M.
Plans Programs

Play to Benefit
Michigan ACLD

"Make Room for Baby," a
The Village Players of
continuing four-week series Birmingham will stage a
of free classes on child care 'benefit performance of
for new parents, is being of- "How the Other Half Loves"
fered by Providence Hospi- for the Michigan Associa-
tal, Southfield.
tion for Children and Adults
Sessions are held the first with Learning Disabilities
four Thursdays of the (ACLD) 8:30 p.m. March 2.
month from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
To reserve seats, contact
in the Providence Medical Mrs. M. Stroup, P.O. Box
Building, conference room 129, Bloomfield Hills
8-G. Group leaders include 48013. Reservations must
a family care nurse and a be made no later than Wed-
social worker from Provi- nesday.
dence's maternity depart-
ment.
Sculptor Wins

Arts Honor

The holy• law imposes no
asceticism. It demands that
we . . . grant each mental
and physical faculty its due.
—Judah Halevi

Artist and lecturer Henry
Friedman of Oak Park won
first prize in professional
fine arts competition at the
21st annual Oakland
County Art Show.
Friedman won for his
metal sculpture, "The
Dream of Jacob." His work
will be on display at the
Pontiac Mall through Sun-
day.

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11 a.u. to 11 p.m.

The Jewish News has
normal deadlines for
the issue of Feb. 25.
However, there will be
no mail delivery on
Monday, Feb. 21. Mate-
rials should be mailed
early or hand-delivered
to comply with the
deadlines.

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DAILY LUNCH &
DINNER SPECIALS .

The Scoliosis Association
of Michigan and the Op-
timist Club of Troy will hold
"Superskate '83," a sliage-a-
thou to benefit adults and
children with scoliosis and
related spinal deformities,
March 20 at the Ambas-
sador Roller Rink in Claw-
son and Rolladium in Pon-
tiac.
Prizes will be awarded to
skaters bringing in the most
money. For information,
call the Scoliosis Associa-
tion, 288-7221.

ERIC
ROSENOW
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Women's Clubs

OAK PARK NSHEI sented by Rabbi Efry
CHABAD STUDY Spectre, Cantor Larry Vie-
GROUP (10 Mile Area) will der and Cantor Earl Berns.
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the
The Chaverim, clients of
home of Mrs. Harry Blitz, the Jewish Vocational Serv-
15211 Sutherland. The ice's Project Outreach, will
Nine Mile Area group will be brought to the synagogue
meet 3 p.m. Saturday in the by bus, treated to a lunch-
home of Mrs. Berel Shem- eon and given gifts. Guests
tov, 14100 W. Nine Mile. are welcome. There is a
Rabbi Shemtov will speak.
charge.
* * *
* * *
HELEN ROSENBERG
DAVID - HORODO-
CANCER FIGHTERS, KER WOMEN'S
City of Hope, will have their ORGANIZATION will
annual ad "journal kick-off meet noon Tuesday at De-
luncheon and general meet- nny's restaurant, 26799
ing noon Monday in the Greenfield, Southfield.
Laurel Woods Apts. club
The Finest MUSICAL Entertainmeet
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house.
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ADAT SHALOM SIS-
TERHOOD will tender a
AND HIS
Purim luncheon for "The
continentals
Detroit Chaverim" — Jews
Special Big Repertoire
living in the innner city —
of Hassidic Music
at 12:30 p.m. Monday in the
synagogue social hall. A

398-3664
Purim program will 'be pre-

BERKLEY THEATRE

FISH & CHIPS
with bread & slaw
$1 59
Friday Only
2 Piece CHICKEN SNACK
with bread and fries

Thursday only

Cranbrook P.M. will pre-
sent a talk on "Ben Jonson's
`To Penshurst' " 8 p.m. Feb.
28 in the Cranbrook House
library.
Frederic H. Roth, Jr., of
the Cranbrook Schools
English department will be
the guest speaker. There is
a charge.
Cranbrook P.M. will
sponsor a lecture and buffet
supper with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra 6 p.m..
March 10 at Ford Au-
ditorium lower level. There
is a charge. Reservation
deadline is Thursday. For
reservations, call Cran-
brook P.M., 645-3656 daily.

Six Frerich 'Jews became
generals during World War
I.

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This ad will entitle bearer to
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When a second admission
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Offer expires Feb. 24, 1983

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