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February 19, 1988 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-19

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OFFER APPLIES TO MOST GLASSES DURING FEBRUARY
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but you still need personal assistance in daily living, this
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exact needs.

24-Hour Professional Staffing assures your medication is always

administered. You have a comfortable room and receive three balanced
meals, with no extra charge for special diets. We take care of your
laundry and housekeeping and provide transportation to shopping and
day excursions. You enjoy the many social activities and recreational
facilities. It's perfect!

Accept Our Invitation to visit us for a cup of coffee and a tour.

Come anytime and bring a friend. Just call ahead. Or, better yet, join
us for an ice cream social or other special event at
2:30 PM any Wednesday.

Lecture Series
At B'nai David

The Cultural Commission
of Cong. B'nai David will pre-
sent a lecture series entitled:
"Israel At 40: Controversies
and Challenges;; on alternate
Sunday mornings beginning
Sunday in the Julius
Rotenberg Hall of the
synagogue.
The series will focus on
political and social problems
facing Israel during its 40th
anniversary year.
Dr. Yosef Olmert, a lecturer
in Middle Eastern studies at
Tel Aviv University, will
speak on "The Palestinian
Question: Past, Present and
Future," on Sunday.
Subsequent lectures will be
delivered on March 6 by M.J.
Rosenberg, former editor of
AIPAC'S Near East Report on
"The U.S. and Israel: The
View from Capitol Hill" and
Bezalel Gordon, former direc-
tor of news, Israel Govern-
ment Press Office on "How
the Press Distorts America's
View of the Middle East" on
March 20. .
continental
free
A
breakfast will be served each
week at 10:15 a.m. followed
by the lecture at 11 a.m. A
question and answer period
will follow. The community is
invited free of charge.
Alex Blumemberg and
Dorothy Orent co-chair the
B-nai David Cultural Com-
mission. For information, con-
tact the synagogue, 557-8210.

Emanu-El Has
Purim Carnival

Temple Emanu-El's annual
Purim carnival will be held at
11:30 a.m. Feb. 28. Luncheon
will be served, and there will
be games and prizes. The
public is invited, and tickets
may be purchased at the door.

Y.I. Greenfield
Adds Readings

The Young Israel of Green-
field will conduct a second
reading of Parashat Zachor at
5 p.m. Feb. 27.
In addition, a second
reading of the Megillah will
take place at 9:30 p.m. March
2 and 9:30 a.m. March 3.

Steinger On,
UJA Mission

The Farmington Hills Inn

30350 W. Twelve Mile Rd., Farmington Hills, MI 48018
(313) 851-9640

Emanu-El's Rabbi
Lane Steinger has been in-
vited by the United Jewish
Appeal to participate in its
rabbinic mission. One of 50
rabbis chosen from the

United States and Canada,
Rabbi Steinger will visit East
Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Paris,
Casablanca and Marrakesh.
The mission will be an educa-
tional tour, during which the
rabbis will learn about the
agencies, institutions and ser-
vices funded by the U.J.A.

I LOCAL NEWS I

Comedian's Kin
Appears Here

Marilyn Cantor Baker,
daughter of the late comedian
Eddie Cantor, will appear at
the Jewish community
Center Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building at 1 p.m. Tuesday
and at the Maple/Drake
Building at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
She will appear for the
Center's "Let Us Entertain
You Series!'
Barely out the of American
Academy of Dramatic Arts,
she became radio's first
female announcer. She went
on to have her own show and
did interview shows as well.
As a singing comedienne,
she appeared in New York
supper clubs and toured the
- country from Boston to Las
Vegas. She appeared with
Jack Paar and Virginia
Graham on their TV shows.
Baker has spoken on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds, gave
talks on fashion and ran a
personal shopping service.
She also is accomplished
writer and wrote the original
story which became the TV
show Love, Sidney.
A slide presentation will
follow the talk. For tickets,
call the Center's cultural arts
department, 661-1000, ext.
293.

Detroiters Go
To JNF Event

Sue Ellen Eisenberg, presi-
dent, and Edward Rosenthal,
director, of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund Council of
Greater Detroit will attend
the JNF's annual all-day con-
ference on Sunday at the
Mayflower Hotel in
Washington, D.C.
JNF's professional and lay
leadership will gather to
salute Israel's 40th anniver-
sary and 87 years of JNF af-
forestation and land reclama-
tion activity.
Dr. Joseph P. Sternstein,
JNF president, and Dr.
Samuel I. Cohen, JNF ex-
ecutive vice president, will co-
chair the conference. Special
guest speakers include Moshe
Arad, Israeli Ambassador to
the United States; U.S. Sen.
Daniel Inouye of Hawaii, and
Moshe Rivlin, JNF world
chairman.

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