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September 01, 1989 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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All those years when people knew me as
Patty Duke, the actress, I was suffering from an
illness. Depression. What people weren't seeing
were the times when I was feeling out of
control, simply being unable to function. Finally,
almost too late, I got help.
If someone you love is suffering from
depression, you must do something now. Don't
be afraid—they'll still love you. Yes, there will be
rough times when you first do this for your wife
or husband or child. But then the rough times
will be over because you will have taken an
active step in giving this person back their life.
It'll be the bravest thing you ever da Don't
wait. Call right now. Depression can be treated.

To learn ways to help someone you love,
call the Psychiatric Center of Michigan
for a free initial assessment.

1-800-537-7924

en someone
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they need your help.
And they need it now
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Selected from more than
50,000 pictures appearing in
the weekly since its launch in
1974, the 35 photos offer a
compelling look at Hollywood
personalities, including
Steven Spielberg, Debra
Winger, Elizabeth Taylor and
Dustin Hoffman.

The work of artist Thomas
Hart Benton is the subject of
a slide presentation 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the Bloomfield
Township Public Library,
celebrating the centennial of
Benton's birth.
DIA docent Alice Jean Got-
tesman will present the slide
lecture.
There is no charge.

GM Design Artists
Exhibit Works

The GM design artists' ex-
hibition will be at the
Birmingham-Bloomfield Art
Association Thursday
through Sept. 16.

CATHERINE'S
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"Violoncelliste" by G. Rodo Boulanger

An
exhibition
of
photographs celebrating 13
years of "Hollywood People"
from the covers and pages of
People Magazine will be at the
Detroit Institute of Arts
through Sept. 3.

Benton Paintings
Subject Of Show

Patty Duke, spokesperson for Psychiatric Institutes of America,
part of the NME Specialty Hospital Group.

-Actress Patty Duke

'Hollywood People'
Photos At DIA

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More than 30 artists par-
ticipate in this mixed media
show of paintings, drawings,
illustrations, sculptures, car-
vings, printmaking, ceramics
and photography.

Robert Kidd Shows
Group Exhibition

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Group exhibition of pain-
tings and sculptures by ar-
tists Sam Gilliam, James
Havard, John Lembeck, Ron-
nie Landfield, Oscar
Lakeman, Joseph Piccillo,
Jay Lefkowitz, Glen
Michaels, Moe Brooker, Ellen
Moucoulis, Bob Nugent, Gary
Kulak and Louise Kruger
through Sept. 16.

Art Exhibition Set
At County Galleria

An art exhibition, juried by
Carol Wald, will be held at
the County Galleria in Pon-
tiac through Oct 12.

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A reception and awards
presentation is slated for 6
p.m. today.

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6600 W. Maple, West
Bloomfield, "JARC Art,"
through Tuesday, free,
352-5272.
EDWARD DORIAN
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237 Pierce, Birmingham,
"Transitions:
Expressionist Paintings
in Mixed Media," by
Sandra Levin, through
Oct. 15, free, 642-9424.
DONNA JACOBS
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574 N. Woodward
Avenue, Birmingham,
"Columbia/Ecuador,
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West Gallery, 525 S.
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Bloomfield Hills, Joseph
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now through Sept. 17;
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now through Oct. 29;
Fluxus: Selections from
the Gilbert and Lila
Silverman Collection_,
now through Oct. 8, free,
645-3323.
TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver, Troy,
"The Human Element,"
featuring Will Barnett,
Pat Boyer, Bertha Cohen
and more, through Sept.
20, free, 362-0112.
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29469 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield,
"Erte at 97," through
September, free,
354-2343.
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GALLERY
29 West Lawrence
Street, Pontiac, "It Must
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