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April 22, 1994 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-04-22

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Nursery
Registration

Rates may flip. Rates may flop.
But you're OK with Lock N' Shop!

Ganeinu Nursery is registering
Jewish children ages 2 1/2-5 for
its fall 1994 school year. The
preschool program includes
Pre-Nursery Monday-Wednes-
day-Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Nurs-
ery Monday through Friday 9
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday morning "Ima &
Me" — (Mother-Toddler Pro-
gram) — and, starting in the
fall, a Kindergarten — Monday
through Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
The program promotes en-
thusiasm for learning and re-
inforcing Jewish identity
through songs, stories, games,
crafts and hands on learning
centers. Ganeinu is at 4230
Middlebelt Road, West Bloom-
field.
For information, call Mrs.
Bergstein, 932-8584 or 626-
3194.

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e put today's rate on ice,
so you can shop aggressively and confidently
for a new home, knowing that the rate is guaranteed.
Your rate can't go up, but it could go down!

Visit our new Waterford office or call the Mortgage Experts nearest you today!

Jewish Art
Is Event Topic

The Allied Jewish Campaign
Quarter Century Club will pre-
sent "Form and Faith, Jewish
Art and Artifacts from Biblical
to Present Times" 7:30 p.m.
April 25 at the Max M. Fisher
Building.
The dessert gathering, which
is open to the club's 1,800 mem-
bers who have contributed to
the Allied Jewish Campaign for
at least 25 years, will feature
Arthur Feldman, an expert on
Jewish antiquities.
Mr. Feldman has served for
12 years as director of Chicago's
Spertus Museum ofJudaica. He
was a visiting keeper at the Vic-
toria and Albert Museum in
London, and an assistant cura-
tor at the Renwick Gallery of
the Smithsonian Institution.
There is a charge for the pro-
gram, but there will be no
solicitation of gifts. For infor-
mation contact Sharon Alter-
man, 642-4260.

Lunch, Circus
At The Palace

Space is still available at the
Jewish Federation Young Adult
Division-sponsored lunch at the
circus noon April 24.
YAD, which is co-sponsoring
with the Jewish Community
Center the Royal Hanneford
Circus at the Palace of Auburn
Hills, will host the luncheon in
a hospitality room one hour be-
fore the 1 p.m. showtime. Lunch
is included in the ticket price.

Say not, when I have leisure
I will study; you may not
have leisure.

Hillel

Birmingham
(810) 647-3701

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(313) 344-9050

Plymouth
(313) 459-5511

Livonia
(810) 476-6699

Waterford
(810) 673-4860

Lathrup Village
Troy
(810) 443-2449 (810) 680-9880

Farmington Hills

(810) 489-8500

Ann Arbor
(313) 663-6767

Look for our new Detroit office opening soon!

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LET ORT BE YOUR TICKET AGENT!

1944 Remember The Six Million 1944

The United Jewish Social Club

M 4 7 s s

Saigon

EXCELLENT SEATS AVAILABLE

Sunday, October 16th 7:30 p.m.
THE MASONIC TEMPLE THEATRE
Tickets: $80.00

Ticket orders must be
placed by June 1. 1994.

For ticket information contact,
Women's American ORT
(810) 855-9820.

Fair market value is $55 per ticket. Remaining
value amount is tax deductible as allowed by law.

Invites the entire community to join in a

Tribute To The
Six Million Jewish Martyrs

Commemorating The 50th Anniversary
of the deportation of the Hungarian,
Romanian and Czechoslovakian Jews.

Sunday, May 1, 1994 — 1:00 p.m.

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

15110 W. Ten Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan

Participants

Rabbi Leo Goldman
Congregation Shaarey Shomayim
Rev. Hershel Roth
Congregation B'nai David

Cantor Louis Klein
Congregation B'nai Moshe
Dr. Andrew F. Nagy
Professor, University of Michigan

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— Dr. Andrew Nagy —
Survived in a "Swedish Protected House" in Budapest

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