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August 28, 1987 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-28

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BACK TO SCHOOL

Barry Douglas Presents

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DANCE STUDIO

Recommended Safety
Tips for Parents

Pre-Grand Opening Party
August 30, 1987

Registration For Classes
2 P.M.-6 P.M.
Open Dancing
6 P.M.-?
Classes Begin September 15, 1987

CHILDREN • ADULT • BEGINNER • ADVANCED






• Ballroom
Ballet
• Tahitian/Hawaiian
Tap
• Gymnastics/All Levels
Jazz
Contemporary Couples

SEMINARY RD .

4-

EXPERT COACHING IN THE DANCE ARTS

3080 Orchard Lake Road
Keego Harbor -

Call 6 • 81 • 41 • 01

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FALL 1987
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Midrasha

The Spoken Word -
-
O ff Hebrew Language
and Literature

DATE
Tuesdays,
Sept. 8 - Jan. 12
Tuesdays,
Sept. 8 --Jan, 12
Tuesdays,
Sept. 8 - Nov. 3
Wednesdays,
Sept. 9 - Jan. 27
Wednesdays,
Sept. 9 - Jan. 27
Wednesdays,
Sept. 9 - Jan. 27
Thursdays,
Sept. 10 - Nov. 19
Thursdays,
Sept. 10 -Feb. 4
Thursdays,
Sept. 10 - Feb. 4
Sundays,
Sept. 13 - Jan. 24
Mondays,
Sept. 14 - Jan. 11
Mondays,
Sept. 14 - Jan. 11
Mondays,
Sept. 14 - Jan. 11
Mondays,
Sept. 14 - Jan. 11

TIME
10 a.m. - 12 noon

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

10 a.m. - 12 noon

12:15 - 2:15 p.m._

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

10 a.m. -. 12 noon

10 a.m. - 12 noon

12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

12 noon - 2 p.m.

10 a.m. - 12 noon

10 a.m. - 12 noon

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

7:30 - 9:30 p.m.

COURSE
Pre-Advanced Conversational
Hebrew
Pre-Advanced Conversational
Hebrew
Beginner's Hebrew Reading

INSTRUCTOR
Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Nira Lev

Advanced Conversational
Hebrew
Intermediate Conversational
Hebrew
Beginner's Conversational
Hebrew
Beginner's Hebrew Reading

Ms. Nira Lev

Advanced Beginner's
Conversational Hebrew
Advanced Intermediate
Conversational Hebrew
Advanced Conversational
Hebrew
Beginner's Conversational
Hebrew
Advanced Beginner's
Conversational Hebrew
Advanced Beginner's
Conversational Hebrew
Pre-Intermediate
Conversational Hebrew

Ms. Nira Lev

Register at the
Midrasha College of Jewish Studies
21550 West Twelve Mile Road • Southfield
For further details call: 352-7117

Chairperson

Edwin Shifrin



Vice Chairperson

Matilda Rubin

Director

Renee Wohl

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Ms. Geri Levit

Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Geri Levit

Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Nira Lev

Ms. Ahuva Newman

Ms. Ahuva Newman

Ms. Nira Lev

13 MILE RD.

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MIDRASHA
21550 W. 12 WAD. ci;

- < - W - 12 MILE RD.

11 MILE RD.

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The following safety tips
are recommended for children
and parents. These safety
measures were provided by
Shomer, a committee in
Nassau,County, Long Island
organized by parents and
principals of yeshivot and day
schools.
Teach your children:
• Their full names, ad-
dresses and phone numbers.
• How to make a long
distance call (both directly to
you using the area code and
by dialing "0" for the
operator).
• Never to go into anyone's
home without your permis-
sion. Children should know
whose homes they are allow-
ed to enter.
• If they become separated
from you while shopping not
to look for you, but to go to
the nearest checkout counter
and ask the clerk, first, if he
or she works there and, se-
cond, for assistance. Never go
to the parking lot.
• To walk and play with
others. The child is most
vulnerable when alone. If
your child walks to school,
have him/her walk with other
children.
• That adults do not usual-
ly ask children for directions.
If someone should stop in a
car asking for directions, the
child should not go near the
car.
• If someone is following
them, they should go to a
place where there are other
people, to a neighbor's home
or into a store. They should
ask for help. They should not
try to hide behind bushes.
• Never go near a car with
someone in it; never get into
a car without your permis-
sion. They should know in
whose car they are allowed to
ride. Warn your children that
someone might try to lure
them into a car by saying you
said to pick them up.
them never to obey such
instructions.
• That a stranger is so-
meone they and you don't
know very well.
• Never to tell anyone over
the phone that they are home
alone.
• Never to answer the door
when home alone. Teach your
children how to call your com-
munity's
emergency
assistance number (911).
Make sure that they know a
neigbor they can call if so-
meone tries to get into the
house or if there is an
emergency.
• To tell you if any adult
asks them to keep a "secret."

• That no one has the right
to touch them or make them
feel uncomfortable. They have
the right to say "no."
• To tell you if someone of-
fers them gifts or money or
wants to take their picture.
• To yell HELP, not just
scream.

As parents, you should:
- • Know your children's
friends.
• Never leave children
unattended: never leave
children alone in a car.
• Be involved in your
children's activities.
• Listen when your child
tells you he or she does not
want to be with someone;
there may be a reason you
should know about.
• Notice when someone
shows your child a great deal
of attention and find out why.
• Have your child's finger-
prints taken; know where to
locate dental records.
• Be sensitive to changes in
your child's behavior or at-
titudes. Encourage open com-
munication. Never belittle
any fear or concern your child
may express to you.
• Take a photograph of your
child each year (four times a
year for children under age 2).
• Have a set plan with your
child outlining what he/she
should do if you become
separated away from home.
• Do not buy items that
have your child's name on
them such as hats, jackets,
and t-shirts. An abductor
could start up a friendly con-
versation with your child
after reading the child's
name.
• Make a game of reading
license plate numbers and
remembering their colors.
This will help children
recognize the numbers and
letters on license plates and
their states of origin.
• Be sure their children's
day care center or school will
not release children to anyone
but the children's parents or
persons they designate. In-
struct the schools to call you
if your child is absent.

.

Registration

Pontiac Adult Education is
registering for classes now.
Classes meet days and even-
ings starting Aug. 31. Child
care and transportation are
provided. For information,
call Pontiac Adult Education,
857-8212, between 9 a.m. and
3 p.m.

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