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January 24, 1992 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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I LOCAL NEWS I

Does Our Low $59 Eyeglass
Price Scare You?

We carry over 400 frames and the vast majority are
available at our $59 price. That's complete — including
frames and single vision, plastic lenses. In fact, instead
of our prices going up when you get here, our prices get
even lower after you buy your first pair. Any additional pairs
purchased within 1 year, with the same prescription, are
just $39.

Chabad Center
Sets Activities

Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
of Bais Chabad Torah Center
will discuss "The System of
Torah Jurisprudence" 8:15
p.m. Jan. 27 at the Torah
Center.
Bais Chabad Torah Center
now houses the Marilyn
Klein Children's Tape and
Video Library with Torah
tapes and videos geared to
children and juveniles.
Project Talmud, a winter
learning experience, will be
held Feb. 2-April 2. The eight-
week project will allow
registrants to take courses in
Hebrew, Chumash, Talmud,
Kaballah, Jewish cooking
and other Judaica classes.
Most of the courses will be
offered at the Torah Center
with some in locations around
the greater Detroit area.
Project Talmud will include
a number of lunch and learn
Torah study sessions in pro-
fessional offices throughout
the community.
Project Talmud contains
separate classes for men and
women as well as combined
classes.
To register, call the Torah
Center, 855-6170. There is a
charge.

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Akiva Hosts
Information Night

Akiva Hebrew Day School
has scheduled an informa-
tional meeting 7:30 p.m. Feb.
9 at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Allen Stawis, 6753 Cotton-
wood Knoll, West Bloomfield.
The purpose is to provide in-
formation about Akiva pro-
grams in the preschool and
primary grades. Rabbi Zev
Shimansky, headmaster, will
deliver a presentation follow-
ed by a question and answer
period. Information on all
programs will be available.
For reservations for the
evening, call the school office,
552-9690.

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Chess Class, Club
New At JPM

New chess class and clubs
have been formed at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center. These
are conducted by Vadim
Tsemekhamam, the United
States Junior Chess Cham-
pion and Michigan Chess
Champion; he also is on the
United States Chess Olympic
Team.
The chess class will be an
eight-week semester starting
Feb. 2 and the chess club will
be ongoing.
For fees and times, call
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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