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September 15, 1989 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

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METROPOLITAN DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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CONGREGATION
SHAAREY SHOMAYIM
High Holiday Services

Will be held at

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CONGREGATION SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH IS PROUD TTO ANNOUNCE

HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES

CANTOR SEYMOUR GREENSTEIN
DR. ZVI GITELMAN

Jewish Community Center
Prentis Branch
15110 W. Ten Mile, Oak Park

Continued from preceding page

RABBI PINCHOS BRAUNSTEIN

ACADEMY OF ART

Rosh Hashonah: September 29, 30, October 1, 1989
Yom Kippur: October 8, 9, 1989
5750
1989
To be held at the

Glenn Schoenals School

16500 Lincoln Drive, Southfield
Donation $30.00 per person

The High Holidays will soon be here. Please make your reservations
today by calling any of the following:

Simon Schwarzberg

Sol Kleinman

Chairman

Ticket Co-Chairman

557-4157
Abe Weberman

356.3383
Harry Praw
968-1686

Pres., Ticket Chairman

626.5224

Joseph Slaim

Co-Chairman

357.0069

Sonia Popowski
557-3994

Leon Halpern
661.1782
541.7450
Mrs. Ben Fisk
545.1244

Spend your Holidays with your friends and dear ones.
Remember how warm and "hamish" our services are.

A WORLD OF ELEGANCE

Will Officiate
Traditional Liturgy.

RABBI LEO Y. GOLDMAN

Will Deliver the Sermons.

For reservations call the of-
or
547-8555
fice,
542-4444 or members of
the ticket committee:

Sam Kreisman 398-4655
Jenoe Roth 967-3560
Max Young 967-3272
M. Weiss 399-5388

Traditional Hebrew English
Prayer Book Available Free.
Our Daily services and classes
throughout the year are held
every morning and evening,
15110 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.

A Selection of Style and Creativity Attractive to all Tastes
Specializing in Original arid. Innovative Designs

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MORRIS BEDNARSH, ANTHONY FERRARI

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29847 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELIA MI
356-7007

WE
CAN'T
RUN
ON
EMPTY:

GIVE BLOOD

I Know I Am The Best I Can Be . . .
One Of A Kind Designer Clothing As
Individual As You Are —
Catch The Feeling.
Come See This Wonderful Experience.

American
Red Cross

Inside

Emile Salon

31409 Southfield Road

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1989

642-3315

FINE ARTS I

MUSEUM
500 Lone Pine Rd.,
Bloomfield Hills, Joseph
Wesner, Pherein Series,
now through Sunday;
Robert Sailors, Thxtiles,
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 Wednesday,
free, 362-0112.
PARK WEST GALLERY
29469 Northwestern
Highway, Southfield, "Erte
at 97," through September,
free, 354-2343.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS
5200 Woodward Ave.,
Thomas Hart Benton
Exhibition, through Oct.
15; "Vanishing Presence:'
through Oct. 22, admission,
832-2730.

RUBINER GALLERY
7001 Orchard Lake Road,
"Works in all Media,"
through Sept. 28, free,
626-3111.
ROBERT KIDD
GALLERY
107 Thwnsend Street,
Birmingham, paintings and
sculptures by Sam Gilliam,
James Havard, Jack
Lembeck and other artists,
through Saturday, free,
642-3909.
BIRMINGHAM-
BLOOMFIELD ART
ASSOCIATION
1516 S. Cranbrook Road,
Birmingham, GM design
artists' exhibition, through
Saturday, free, 644-0866.
COUNTY GALLERIA
1200 N. Telegraph Road,
Pontiac, "Impressions
Expressions!;' through Oct.
12; paintings by Palette
and Brush members,
through Oct. 20, 858-0415.

'Vanishing
Presence'
Exhibit At DIA

Blurred and out-of-focus ef-
fects in the work of 12 North
American and European
photographers are examined
in "Vanishing Presence" at
the Detroit Institute of Arts
through Oct. 22.
"Vanishing Presence" is in-
troduced by a section of 19th
and early 20th century por-
traits, genre studies and ur-
ban views that foreshadow
many contemporary
approaches.

Swidler Gallery
Sets Slide Show

Swidler Gallery in Royal
Oak will present a six-part
slide lecture entitled "Pre-
Columbian Art: The Lost
Cities and Lost People of An-
cient Mexico." The lecture,
which begins 7:30 p.m. Tues-
day and runs every Tuesday
through Oct. 24, will be led by
Professor Michael J. Farrell,
art history teacher at Univer-
sity of Windsor.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the gallery,
542-4880.

Homestead Hosts
'Art On Lake'

As part of Walled Lake
Market Day Fall Festival,
Homestead Gallery will spon-
sor "Art on the Lake;' a fine
arts fair that will feature 30
artists' exhibits on the shore
of Walled Lake in front of the
gallery, 12 p.m. -5 p.m.
Sunday.
In addition, there will be a
sidewalk sate, restaurant
booths, horse and coach rides
and much more.

Wetsman Collection
Presents Exhibit

The Janis Wetsman Collec-
tion in Birmingham presents
"The Sensation of Contem-
porary Furniture," a preview
of expressions from four con-
temporary furniture artists:
Dale Bloom, John Dunnigan,
Charles Crowley and Jamie
Robertson.
The exhibit will be on
display through Oct. 4

I LOCAL NEWS I

National Security
Topic Of Program

The slide show "Do We
Really Have National Securi-
ty?" will be presented by
WAND, Womens' Action for
Nuclear Disarmament, 7:30
p.m. Sept. 26 at the
Trowbridge in Southfield.
The program will focus on
nuclear issues and how the
federal budget affects the
public.
The community is invited.
There is no admission charge.
For information, contact
WAND, 851-0984.

Workmen's Circle
To Host Vinkl

A Yiddish Vinkl will be
held 2 p.m. Sunday at the
Workmen's Circle Center. The
vinkl is an opportunity to
hear and speak Yiddish. The
public is invited.

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