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February 02, 1990 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-02-02

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I LOCAL NEWS Immmimm

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TWO FOR ONE SALE FAT

$4995*

TWO PAIR

TWO PAIR

EYEGLASSES

Certain strong prescriptions, bifocal styles, and specialty lenses
not included. Professional fees not included. Prior sales excluded.
Sale ends Saturday. Eye exams available by licensed Doctors of
Optometry. Sale applies to CR39 Single Vision Lenses. Some
frame restrictions apply.

OR

*With coupon. Regular price $69.95.

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CONTACTS

New fits only. Eye exam required. Professional fees not included.
B & L Softspin, CQ4 Daily Wear. Other contact lens prices may
vary based on lens type and prescription. Prior sales excluded. One
customer only per two for one offer. *First pair new fit prices
shown, second pair free. *Free eyeglasses Single Vision. CR39
Lenses ordy. Some restrictions apply. Eye Exarnination Avadab/e.

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CONTACTS*
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WITH FREE BONUS

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everyday prices.
Plastic Lenses Only
Expires February 28, 1990 JWN-9E

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553-3820

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(Coupon must be presented at time or sale)

Expires February 28, 1990

*The Independent Doctors of Optometry provide
- including GLAUCOMA
(Dominations forelegteses
TESTS for only $27.00. Examinations are per-
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Where the Price of Good Eve Care I,n't Out of Sight

Rabbi Greenberg
At U-M Hillel

PROFILE OF A PARTNER

BOB HERTZBERG

PARTNER IN LAW: Hertzberg and Golden, P.C.

PARTNER IN LIFE: Linda

EDUCATION: Eastern Michigan University, Class of '76, and Thomas Cooley Law School,

Class of '79.

ICING ON THE CAKE: A young 35, plays in a competitive hockey league with some players

who are "about half my age."

ACTIVITIES: Israel and World Jewry Committee of Jewish Community Council, Temple Shir

Shalom fund-raising committee.

ALLIED JEWISH CAMPAIGN ROLE: Associate chairman of the Attorneys Section.

WHY HE'S A PARTNER: "The Campaign provides so

PARTNERS
FOR LIFE

much for the Jewish community as a whole. I've found
that to be extremely impo- rtant."

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1990

The Family-To-Family pro-
gram, which matches
newcomers from the Soviet
Union and local residents in
an effort to ease the way for
new Americans, will hold
orientation sessions for in-
terested participants on
Feb. 8, Feb. 22 and March 13.
The program, which began
in May, is sponsored by the
National Council of Jewish
Women (NCJW) and Jewish
Welfare Federation Women's
Division. A member of each
participating local family
must attend one of the orien-
tation sessions.
The Feb. 8 session will be
10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the of-
fices of NCJW. The Feb. 22
and March 13 sessions will be
1:30 to 3 p.m. and 7:30 to
9 p.m. at the United Hebrew
Schools building.
For information, call
Family-To-Family, 258-6000.

The Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan
along with the U-M Program
on Ethics and Religion,
Canterbury House, Congrega-
tion Beth Israel and Temple
Beth Emeth will host Rabbi
Irving (Yitz) Greenberg 3 p.m.
Feb. 11 at Hillel.
Rabbi Greenberg will speak
on "Ethics of Jewish Power:
Judging Israel's Behavior In
The Territories."
Rabbi Greenberg is involv-
ed in formulating new ap-
proaches to Jewish life that
can embrace all without
alienating either "tradi-
tionalists" or "progressives."
He is the president and co-
founded of CLAL: National
Jewish Center for Learning
and Leadership and has
taught at the City Universi-
ty of New York, Tel Aviv
University, Brandeis Univer-
sity, and Yeshiva University.
For information, call Hillel,
769-0500.

Holocaust Center
Hosts Speaker

Prof. Yehuda Nir, author of
the newly published
Holocaust memoir, The Lost
Childhood, will present a lec-
ture for the Holocaust
Memorial Center at 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 7 at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.
The book chronicles Nir's
life beginning in Lwow in the
eastern part of Poland. At the
onset of the war, the family
suffered greatly at the hands
of the Soviets. Then in 1942,
his father was murdered by

Yehuda Nir

the Germans and his family
life disintegrated. Yehuda
had his hair bleached and
wearing a black ski suit
similar to the Hitler Youth
uniform was able to pass for
a German.
They fled their home,
managed to evade the Ger-
mans and stay free of concen-
tration camps. At the age of
14, Yehuda served as a
courier in the sewers when
the Polish Home Army began
its unfortunate uprising
against the Nazis with the
Russians on the opposite side
of the Vistula River.
The trio eventually made
their way to Palestine where
Yehuda fought in the War of
Independence.
There is no charge for the
evening. For information, call
the HNIC, 661-0840.

Detroit Jewish
History Class Set

Aish HaTorah/Aleynu pre-
sents "The History of the
Jews of Detroit."
The program was developed
by Irwin Cohen, group ticket
sales director for the Detroit
Tigers. The program consists
of a narrated slide show.
The program starts with
Jewish traders coming to the
first settlements and shows
how a permanent community
was established. Jewish in-
volvement in the Civil War
will be part of the program.
The "History of the Jews of
Detroit" is a two-part series
which will be held at the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Lunch and Learn. It will
begin Feb. 7 and conclude
Feb. 14. Both classes will
begin at 12:30 p.m. There is
no charge. The class is open to
the public.
For information, call /(
Aleynu office, 948-691;-'

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