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February 21, 1992 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-02-21

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ON CAMPUS

THE SUN HAS GOTTEN

• THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Toronto, April 3-5
(Best Seats, Tour)

Because Doug Carney, former
owner and president of

Kast Heating & Cooling

has joined us.

$245

• KENTUCKY DERBY May 1-3

(Admission, Breakfast,
Harness Racing

fr

$135
$65

• HOLLAND TULIP FESTIVAL

With Lunch May 16

• NASHVILLE DELUXE TOUR

Doug's expertise, talent and knowledge
makes Sun the brightest heating and air
conditioning company you can find.

Call us about
upgrading to a HIGH
EFFICIENCY Carrier
furnace or air
conditioner.
Only $1700 installed,
financing available,
$34 per month, $0 down

Phone: 335-4555

$309

• SHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET

With Amish Dinner
May 6, June 3, 24

$48

• IOWA RIVERBOAT GAMBLING

2 Cruises, Dinner, More
April 24-26, May 15-17 ....$169

• CEDAR POINT

June 20, July 18, Aug. 8
With Admission

• FRANKENMUTH

June 6 With Dinner

$42
$45

• BRANSON, MISSOURI

Celebrity Shows, Meals,
Shepherd of the Hills, more
May 21-26, Aug. 20-25 ....$487

Ask about our
Preventive
Maintenance Program

Heating &
Air Conditioning

April 23-26, May 14-17 (Opry,
Cruise, L. Lynn Dude
Ranch, Meals, more)

• DOLLYWOOD & THE SMOKIES

Dollywood, Dinner Theaters,
Meals, Tours, More
May 21-24, June 18-21 ...$329

• AMERIFLORA

38CK018 or
58SXA040

May 16-17, June 13-14 ....$169

• MYSTERY TOUR

$199

June 19-21

• DAVID COPPERFIELD at the Fox

$49
June 4-7
$169
• CINCINNATI JAZZ FESTIVAL
July 24-26
fr $137
• MACKINAW ISLAND
July 24-26
$229

April 11 & 12

• ATLANTIC CITY

ve

• CONWAY TWITTY &
GEORGE JONES

fiCOt CO

at the Palace March 26 ....$49

t 4

• Major Brands
• Contemporary and
Traditional Styles
• Expert Installation
• 15 Years Experience

QUALITY DISCOUNT FLOORING, INC.

Shop At Home Service

661 • 5300

it#V ciedners

356 6013

Tissue Paper and Clothes

We are proud of the artful cleaning and the
fine finish our pressing gives your clothes. But
nothing ruins our work like hanging on a
hanger in a crowded closet. So we stuff each
garment with tissue paper to help keep the fine
pressed finish. We stuff the sleeves, body and
collar with tissue paper so that the garment
will be ready to go when you are.

Call for other tours and group discounts

Prices p.p. dbl. occ. incl. hotel & more

Larry Paul makes

FURNITURE
NEW.

Custom. Restoration,
Lacquering,
Refinishing of new
or old furniture,
antiques, office
furniture, pianos.

For Free
Estimates

681-8280

BOOKS

We Buy and Sell
Good Used Books

LIBRARY BOOKSTORE

5454300

Open 7 Days

Books Bought

In Your Home

M. Sempliner

Skillfully Stuffed:

One of the many reasons why knowledgeable
customers say:
"MY Cleaners is my cleaners."
Located on Northwestern Highway
at 12 Mile Road

52

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1992

Northwestern Highway at Inkster Road

U-M Hillel Foundation
Sets March Events

The Hillel Foundation at
the University of Michigan
will present the 13th Annual
Conference on the Holocaust
March 5-11. This year's Con-
ference will include a premier
film, a performance by the
Jewish Ensemble Theatre
from Detroit, an address by
actor Robert Clary, a 24 hour
vigil. The conference will
serve as a living memorial to
the 6 million Jews and other
victims.
The opening event will be a
Memorial of Names 12:30
p.m. March 5-6, on the Diag.
During thee 24 hours,
readers form the Ann Arbor
and university communities
will take turns reading
names of those who perished
in the Holocaust.
Poet Aaron Kramer will do
a reading, "Poetry of the
Holocaust," 9 p.m. March 6, at
Hillel. Mr. Kramer will read
some of his own poetry from
that era as well as responses
to the horror written by poets
of many countries.
The film Korczak (Andrew
Wajda, 1991) will be shown 8
p.m. at Hillel March 7. There
is a charge.
The Jewish Ensemble
Theatre of Detroit will pre-
sent a staged reading of Born
Guilty 7:30 p.m. March 8 at
Hillel. There is a charge.
Canterbury House, the
Episcopal Church at the
University of Michigan, will
sponsor a program titled "No
Authority But From God,"
noon March 9 in room C on
the 3rd floor of the Michigan
League. A 30 minute video
will be followed by a discus-
sion on theological issues con-
fronting church leaders dur-
ing the 1930s and '40s.
An Evening With Survivors
will take place 7:30 p.m.
March 9 at Hillel.
Students who visited
Poland in recent years will
lead "Poland in the 1990s" 7
p.m. March 10 at Hillel.
A showing of Triumph of
the Spirit will be 8 p.m. March
10, the story of Salamo
Arouch, a boxing champion
who fights for his life in the
Auschwitz death camp.
Actor Robert Clary will give
this year's Michael M. Bern-
stein Memorial Lecture 7
p.m. March 11 at Hillel. A
short commemorative service
in memory of those who
perished and in honor of those
who survived will precede
this lecture.
The Celebration of Jewish
Arts Series will present
singer, songwriter Debbie
Friedman 8 p.m. Mach 14 at

the Hillel Foundation's Irwin
Green Auditorium. There is a
charge. This program is co-
sponsored by Temple Beth
Emeth in honor of their 25th
anniversary. For more infor-
mation call Hillel, 769-0500.
The Celebration of Jewish
Arts Series, in conjunction
with the University Musical
Society, will present the
Waverly Consort 8 p.m.
March 28 at Rackham
Auditorium in Ann Arbor.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Hillel, 769-0500.
The ensemble will present
"The Year 1492: Music in the
Age of Columbus," featuring
musical reflections on the
epochal events in Spain at
that time.

mil LOCAL NEWS I

Insurance Needs
Is Program Topic

The Michigan Chapter of
the Crohn's and Colitis Foun-
dation of America, will pre-
sent an educational forum
7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the
Bloomfield lbwnship Library.
The topic will be "Life and
Medical Insurance; How Do
You Get It?" The speakers
will be Harvey Brode and Lin-
da Currie of the Brode Finan-
cial Group.

Dance, Acting
Classes Set

A Mid-Eastern/Oriental
Belly dance class will start
March 2 at the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center.
This will be an 11 week
course, given by "Fatina,"
coach and director of the
Dream Dancers Dance
Groupe, and the 1990 silver
medalists of the American
Dance Spectrum
Competition.
There is a fee.
An adult Acting Workshop
four week series will be of-
fered 7-10 p.m. Thursdays at
the Maple-Drake building.
Nancy Gurwin, will conduct
Adult Musical Theater
classes at Maple-Drake as
well as the Youth Theater
classes at Maple-Drake and
Jimmy Prentis Morris
buildings. The adult class will
meet 7-9 p.m. Thursdays, the
youth classes meet Monday
through Thursday. These
classes will start the first
week in March.
For information, call
Shirley Siegal, 661-1000, ext.
335.

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