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February 25, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-02-25

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48 Friday, February 25, 1983 •

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Emanu-El Plans Open House
to Introduce New Nursery

An open house to intro-
duce the new nursery school
to open at Temple Emanu-
El in September will be held
7:30 p.m. March 22 at the
temple.

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The nursery will offer a
learning center approach to
pre-school education and a
blend of regular and Judaic
curriculum, music, creative
movement, cooking and
Hebrew dancing will, be a
regular part of the
classroom program.
Flexible scheduling and
an optional lunch program
will be offered. The nursery
is open to children age 21/2 to
5. In addition, there will be
a parent-toddler class for
children 21 months to 2Y2.
For applications or in-
formation about fees, cur-
riculum or staff, call the
Temple Emanu-El office,
967-4020.



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Singles Events 1

BNAI BRITH SING-
LES will have a members-
only dinner party for mem-
bers who pay their dues by
Tuesday. The dinner party
will be held 7:30 p.m. March
19 at Vassili's Restaurant.
For reservations, call Sher-
win Newman, 354-4254; or
Betty Cohen, 543-0279.
The group will hear
David I. Fand, professor of
economics at Wayne State
University, 8 p.m. March 8
in the Bnai Brith Building.
Prof. Fand will speak on
"Where Is the Americas
Economy Heading." Light
refreshments will be served.
There is a charge. Non-
members are invited.
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CRITERION CLUB will
hold a paid-up membership
dinner 6 p.m. March 13 at
the Northgate East Apts.
club house. Reservation
deadline is March 4. For
reservations, call Cecile
Rothenberg, 968-5394; or
Esther Vogel, 353-8082.

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The Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies, and the
Community Network of
Jewish Singles will hold a
special forum in their "Not
For Couples- Only" series
7:30 p.m. Thursday in the
LaMed Auditorium of the
United Hebrew Schools.
Rabbi Ellen Dreyfus of
Temple Emanu-El will
speak on "The Changing
Roles of Jewish Men and
Women." There is an ad-
mission charge.

Rabbi Dreyfus is educa-
tional coordinator at Tem-
ple Emanu-El. She was or-
dained in 1979 at the He-
brew Union College —
Jewish Institute of Religion
in New York. She has
served as a chaplain at Doc-
tors Hospital in New York
City and at Memorial Sloan
Kettering Cancer Center in
New York.
For information or reser-
vations, call the Midrasha,
352-7117 or 354-1050.

Community-Wide Meeting
on Singles Thursday at SZ

The Single Adult Task
Force of the Jewish Welfare
Federation will hold a spe-
cial meeting to inform

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vites all singles to its next
meeting 8 p.m. Sunday at
the Zionist Cultural Center.
Dr. Brenda Baker will
speak on "Take Your Tem-
perature . . . Are You Men-
tally Healthy?" Refresh-
ments will be served. There
is a charge. For details, call
David Rosen, 968-8853; or
Mae Smith, 399-2265.
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SINGLES PRODUC-
TIONS will have a party for
singles age 21 and up 8 p.m.
March 6 at Glen Oaks
Country Club, 30500 W. 13
Mile, Farmington Hills.
The evening will feature a
cash bar, dancing and
prizes. Cost of admission in-
cludes one free drink.
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JEWISH AND SINGLE
will have an Israeli dancing
workshop 8 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Beth Shalom.
Participants should wear
comfortable clothing. There
is an admission charge.

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community leaders about
singles programming 4 p.m.
Thursday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
Alex Blumenberg of the
task force will chair the
meeting, which will feature
a debut of a community-
wide Jewish singles news-
letter to be distributed to
Jewish singles in the area.
The newsletter is an out-
growth of the Community
Network of Jewish Singles,
a program created with the
aid of funds derived from
United Jewish Charities, an
affiliate of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
Representatives of
organizations, temples
and synagogues, particu-
larly those who have
singles events to pub-
licize, are invited.
For information and
reservations, call Bruce
Tabashneck, singles coor-
dinator, at the Jewish
Community Center, 661-
1000, ext. 219.

Preston Burke Gal-
leries has moved to
400 Renaissance Center,
Suite 500, Detroit. Burke
can be reached for private
consultation at his new lo-
cation, 446-6805.

Detroiters Join in Effort
to Plead for Soviet Jews

A patch from the Detroit
Soviet Jewry Committee of
the Jewish Community
Council was sewn on the
Freedom Flag for the Yelis-
tratov family of Moscow
Wednesday at a meeting of
the Bnai Brith _Women's
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit,
The flag, a project of the
International Committee
for the Yelistratovs, will be
shipped to 30 cities and to
Canada, Europe, Israel and
throughout the U.S., to
show solidarity with the
Russian Jewish family.
The Yelistratovs applied
to emigrate in 1972. Since
applying, Victor Yelis-
tratov lost his job as a radio
engineer. Their phone has
been disconnected and par-
cels sent to them are rarely
received. Batsheva Yelis-
tratov was arrested in 1979
when she attended a rally
on International Women's
Day. Both she and her hus-

band have been jailed and
beaten.
Letters can be sent to the
Yelistratovs at Bolshaya
Cherkizovskaya, 1/2/50,
Moscow 107061, USSR.

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