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April 04, 1986 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-04

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66 Friday, April 4, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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CONGRESSMAN WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD

with the first

Ahavat Yisrael Friendship award

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Sunday, April 13, 1986
Cong. Shaarey Zedek

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Weddings
Bar Mitzvahs
Special Events
All Occasions

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Dinner 7:00 p.m.
Cocktails 6:00 p.m.
Couvert $150.00 per couple

PIAGET

For Reservations

Master Watchmakers and Jewellers

Call Akiva Hebrew Day School: 552-9690

Cerone

Schoenfield

The Jewish Community Cen-
ter of Metropolitan Detroit will
host a concert sponsored by the
Julius Chajes Music Fund 3:30
p.m. April 13 in the Aaron
DeRoy Studio Theater.
David Cerone and Paul
Schoenfield will be appearing
together in recital.
Cerone, a violinist, is
president and director of the
Cleveland Institute of Music and
appears extensively in recitals
and with symphony orchestras.
He performs with the Canter-
bury Trio under Columbia Ar-
tists Management.
Schoenfield, a pianist, has
toured three continents and has
performed with many of this
country's orchestras, including
the New York Philharmonic. He
is an active composer and re-
cording artist.
For ticket information call the
Center's Cultural Arts Depart-
ment, 661-1000.

March Of Dimes
Program Planned

General Chairmen

The March of Dimes Birth De-
fects Foundation and the genetic
services department of the
Michigan Department of Public
Health will have a conference
on genetic decision making and
pastoral care for clergy and
counselors at 9 a.m. April 16 at
the Southfield Hilton Hotel.
To register, call the March of
Dimes, 423-3200. There is a fee.

Public Speaking
Orientation

Mark E. Schlussel

Judge Michael L. Stacey

Honorary Chiiiiiien

Edward C. Levy, Jr.

The Piaget Polo Sportswatch with strap.
Hand-carved of 18 karat gold
in La COte-aux-fees, Switzerland.
Exclusive Piaget electronic quartz movement.
Water resistant; shock resistant.

For him or her.

Prices subject to change

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fine jewelry and gifts

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Franklin Savings Center
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The Toastmasters club at the
main Jewish Community Center
will have an orientation for pro-
spective members at its regular
meeting 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Center.
The group meets every Tues-
day to practice public speaking.
For information, call Toastmas-
ters chairman Larry Bissinger,
258-9630.

ENGAGEMENTS

Lewis-Fine

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis of
West Bloomfield are pleased to
announce the engagement of
their daughter, Nancy, to Ste-
ven Fine, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Norton Fine of Southfield.
An October . wedding is
planned.

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