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September 29, 1989 - Image 133

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-29

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THE ENTIRE
AKIVA FAMILY
EXTENDS ITS HEARTFELT
CONGRATULATIONS TO
MARK SCHLUSSEL ON
BEING ELECTED THE
NEW PRESIDENT OF THE
JEWISH WELFARE FEDERATION
OF DETROIT

HEBREW DAY SCHOOL
STOLLMAN EDUCATION CENTER
KARBAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

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1989," Daniel York,
sculptures, through
Wednesday, free, 546-
3365.

BIRMINGHAM-
BLOOMFIELD 1516 S.
Cranbrook Road, "Games
People Play," through
Oct. 14, free, 644-0886.
TROY ART GALLERY
755 W. Big Beaver,
"Color-Impressions,"
through Oct. 17, free, 362-
0112.
DETROIT INSTITUTE
OF ARTS 5200 Wood-
ward Avenue, "Odyssey:
The Art of Photography at
National Geographic,
through Dec. 31; "Ansel
Adams: Classic Images,"
through Oct. 29;
"Vanishing Presence,"
through Oct. 22; and
"Altered Vi-
sions/Personal Icons,"
through Nov. 12; free,
832-2730.
COMMUNITY ARTS
GALLERY McGregor
Memorial Conference
Center, Wayne State
University, Detroit,
"Northern Innovation,"
through Oct. 6, free.
HOMESTEAD
GALLERY 136 S. Pon-
tiac Tr., Walled Lake,
"Doree Schwartz's
Handmade Paper
Works," through Oct. 15,
free, 669-8980.
SOUtBFIELD CIVIC
CENTER Courtyard,
Michigan Outdoor
Sculpture II, through
Nov. 5, free, 357-1111.
SWIDLER GALLERY
308 W. Fourth Street,
Royal Oak, "The Ex-
pressive Teapot," through
Oct. 7, free, 542-4880.
WAYNE STATE UNI-
VERSITY 134 Purdy
Library, Detroit, "Urban
Interiors," photo exhibit,
through Oct. 31, free, 577-
2799.
JANIS WETSMAN 233
Oakland Road, Birm-
ingham, "The Contem-
porary Furniture,"
through Wednesday, free,
645-6212.

LAWRENCE STREET
GALLERY 29 W.
Lawrence Street, Pontiac,
"Revealed Transforma-
tions," through Oct. 7,
free, 682-0449.
EDWARD DORIAN
GALLERY 237 Pierce,
Birmingham,
"Transitions: Expres-
sionistic Paintings in
Mixed Media," by Sandra
Levin, through Oct. 15,
free, 642-9424.

RABBI ZEV SHIMANSKY

RABBI MARC S. VOLK

Headmaster

Executive Director

MICHAEL N. GREENBAUM

President

ROSA CHESSLER

Chairperson of the Board

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rDIAMOND BAKERY

WISHES ALL THEIR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS A MOST

HAPPY and HEALTHY
NEW YEAR

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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