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January 22, 1988 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-01-22

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AUDREY'S CLEANERS • AUDREY'S CLEANERS


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CUSTOM
CLEANERS CLEANERS

ALTERATIONS
LAUNDRY FINISHING

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SHIRTS LAUNDERED
25*
*with any drycleaning order.

(on hangers)

each*

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One shirt with each piece of dry cleaning

Ex. 1 pair slacks — 1 shirt

2 pc. suit — 2 shirts

Exp. 1-31-88

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HUNTER'S SQUARE

14 Mile & Orchard Lk.
Farmington Hills, MI

855-4870

in Audrey's
"I. II-Beauty II Max & Ermas
Hunters Salon
Square
Tally
Hall

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HOURS: MON.-FRI. 7 a.m.-8 p.m., SAT. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

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The Jewish Community Center
with
Nancy Gurwin Productions
presents

Starting

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NOW

A Musical Revue with songs by
Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire
Starring Ginger Freers, Danny Gurwin and Rita Jury
Directed by: Nancy Brassert
Musical Director: Martin Burwell
Choreographer: Valerie Mould

Opens Saturday, January 23, 8:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 24
Saturday,January 30
Sunday, January 31
Saturday, February 6

7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m.

General Admission $8.50, Senior Cititzens $8.00, Children $5.00
Group rates available 20 or more, $7.50

For ticket information and reservations, call Nancy Gurwin at 354-0545

661-1000, ext 342

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I ROUND UP



UHS Starting
Zionism Course

An adapted version of the
Israeli television series
Pillars of Fire on the history
and relevance of Zionism will
be shown to students in the
10th, 11th and 12th grades at
United Hebrew Schools' Com-
munity Jewish High School.
The 19 segments of the
Israeli series have been con-
densed into 13 segments for
the spring semester by the
Midrasha-College of Jewish
Studies' Renee Wohl. Star-
ting Sunday, local experts
will lead the classes, and each
student will be given a study
guide.
The facilitators include
Prof. Sidney Bolkosky, Dr.
Margaret Eichner, Prof. Zvi
Gitelman, Rabbi David
Nelson, Yefet Ozery, Rabbi
Elliot Pachter, Mark Smiley,
Renee Wohl, Rabbi Morton
Yolkut and Larry Ziffer.
Ofra Fisher, superintendent
of United Hebrew Schools,
said Pillars of Fire will "put
more life into an important
topic, make it relevant, and
give it a beginning and an
end. Where did Zionism start,
where is it now and why is it
important" will be covered in
a coordinated, interesting
way.
UHS is planning to make
Pillars of Fire a year-long pro-
gram next fall.

Arab, Jew
Debate Gaza

Berl Falbaum of the ex-
ecutive committee of the
Jewish Community Council
and Abdeen Jabara, ex-
ecutive director of the
American Arab Anti-
Discrimination Committee,
will debate the current unrest
and political situation of the
Palestinians at 4 p.m. Satur-
day on WXYT Radio (1270).
Jabara will be speaking
from his Washington office.
The two will appear on Joe
Madison's Open Line Detroit
program, and will answer
call-in questions.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
(US PS 275-520) is published every
Friday with additional supplements
the fourth week of March, the fourth
week of August and the second week
of November at 20300 Civic Center
Drive, Southfield. Michigan.

Second class postage paid at
Southfield, Michigan and additional
mailing offices.

Postmaster: Send changes to:
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS, 20300
Civic Center Drive, Suite 240,
Southfield, Michigan 48076

$24 per year
$26 per year out of state
60• single copy

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 333-2990

4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1988

Vol. XCI1 No. 22

Jan. 22, 1988

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