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February 08, 1991 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-08

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I

!ANNIVERSARIES

I Michigan Ear Institute

presents

HEARING LOSS

And Ear Infections
In Children

An informative evening and open discussion for the public
about current methods of treatment and new approaches for
helping children with hearing loss and chronic ear infections.

SPEAKERS:

T. Manford McGee, M.D., Jack M. Kartush, M.D., Michael J.
LaRouere, M.D., board certified otolaryngologists - Head and
Neck Surgeons; and Kenneth R.Bouchard, Ph.D., CCC-A, all
from Michigan Ear Institute, Farmington Hills and Troy.

DATE and TIME: 7:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 26, 1991

Ellis 50th

LOCATION: Novi Hilton, 21111 Haggerty Rd., Novi, MI

Edith and Joe Ellis of
Delray Beach, Fla., recently
celebrated their 50th anniver-
sary. A brunch was given in
Boca Raton, Fla., by their
children, Jerry and Mary
Ellis of Farmington Hills,

NO ADMISSION FEE: Pre-registration is required.

To register, call 476-4622 ask for Debbie
Enrollment will be limited.

,

Barry and Barbara Grant of
West Bloomfield, Robert and
Carol Waterstone of Ken-
nesaw, Ga., and Robert and
Chris Ellis of Simsbury,
Conn.

LOCAL NEWS I

CHAIM Is Planning
Holocaust Program

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CHAIM — Children of
Holocaust-Survivors Associa-
tion In Michigan will host a
program called "Between
Parent and Child: Talking To
Children about the Holo-
caust" 7:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at the
Maple-Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. The program
will focus on helping parents
effectively communicate with
children about the Holocaust.
Speakers will be Dr. Joseph
Fischhoff, child psychiatrist
and director of psychiatry and
psychology at Children's
Hospital of Michigan; and
Mrs. Renee Wohl, Holocaust
•educator and director of the
Resource Center for the
Agency for Jewish Education.
Dr. Fischhoff will address
the psychological issues of
children and adolescents and
how best to discuss the
Holocaust with children and
adolescents from a
psychological perspective.
Mrs. Wohl will address these
issues from an educational
point of view, discussing the
specific educational materials
that are now available for
children and adolescents.
There is no admission
charge for CHAIM members.

Refreshments will be served.
The annual election of officers
and trustees will take place
at the meeting.

Round Table
Sets Conference

The Greater Detroit In-
trfaith Round Table will host
its 39th annual "Rearing
Children of Good Will" Con-
ference 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Mar. 13 at Mercy College.
This year the conference
theme is "Youth Together in
the '90s: Talking, Working,
Living, Together."
The Conference will bring
students of Metropolitan
Detroit (8th grade-12th grade)
of diverse racial and cultural
backgrounds together to
share and celebrate in each
other's differences. Small
group sessions will focus on
celebrating racial and cul-
tural diversity, racial and
cultural myths and stereo-
types, how stereotypes affect
the lives of young people, and
how to build racial and cul-
tural bridges.

In politics there is no honor.

Benjamin Disraeli

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