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September 02, 1994 - Image 194

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-02

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•• • •• • • • • • • • • •

Wshbig a Happy, Healthy d 01Y •
MISS BARBARA'S •

DANCE CENTRE •

Would like to wish
Prosperous New Year to all we ) f, •

all our


customers & friends
a happy & healthy


have had the pleasure of serving
d i
New
Year!




1REE*
over the past 34 years!




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STEVE CODENS Agew /if • • * SPECIAL GUEST CLASSES 4' • •
FLOWER SHOP Nbs7ir
• Programs ranging from "Pre-School Rhythm" •
• classes for boys & girls to adult classes •
358-1520
• Enroll by phone Crosswinds Mall •
Travelers Tower
West Bloomfield
• 626-2755

26555 Evergreen, Southfield
• •• • • • • • • • • • • •

OVER 36 YEARS OF FINE DANCE INSTRUC-
TION. DANCE DEVELOPS POISE,
RHYTHM, AND PERSONALITY.
YOUR CHILD DESERVES THE REST!

THE LATEST IN:
* JAZZ
* TAP
* California
HIP HOP
* BALLET

-7

DANCE SHOES
FOR
BEGINNER STUDENTS
AGES 3-9
Introductory BOYS classes
on Saturday

*Wiith payment for 1st Tuition

TAUGHT BY HOLLYWOOD CHOREOGRAPHER

HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OF OUR
CUSTOMERS
AND
FRIENDS

Marcy 's
Groom•a•Pet

Professional All Breed Grooming

4503 N. WOODWARD
ROYAL OAK, MICH. 48073
PHONE: (810) 549-8500

Wishing you a happy,
healthy & peaceful
New Year

Susan Weingarden

Ott
/4 e tt,

(810) 851.0552

In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%
and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

10

American Heart
Association

of Michigan

A United Way Agency

Wishing all of my customers,
friends and family, a happy
and healthy New Year.

194

David Biber —
Crestveiw Cadillac

BIRTHS page 193

Births

of their son, Ryan Alexander
Klein. Ecstatic grandmother is
Violet Greenberg of West Bloom-
field. Ryan is named in loving
memory of his maternal grand-
father, Dr. Ralph A. Greenberg;
great-grandfather, Arthur Klein.;
and paternal grandparents, Dr.
Abraham and Rachel Klein.

MAY 12

Elissa and Perry
Driker-Ohren are delighted to cel-
ebrate the birth of their son,
Charles Raphael (Yeshiah
Raphael). Also celebrating are
grandparents, Tom and Helene
Ohren of Cincinnati, Eugene and
Elaine Driker of Detroit, great-
grandmothers, Carolyn Ohren of
Florida and Frances Driker of
Oak Park. Charlie is named in
memory of his maternal great-
grandfather, Charles Driker, and
his paternal great-grandfather,
Philip Ohren.



Congratulations!

Birth announcements must
be typewritten, double-
spacd and include a day-
time phone number of the
sender. Please include the
date of birth and cities of
residence for the baby's
family and grandparents.

Announcements received
by 10 a.m. Monday will be
considered for that Friday's
paper, but space limitations
may delay publication.

New Classes
For Children

The Jewish Community Center
will add new children's classes to
the fall schedule at the Jimmy
Frentis Morris building.
Theater classes by Nancy Gur-
win for youngsters ages 6 to 11
years are offered on Tuesdays,
4 to 5 p.m. Ms. Gurwin's program
features instruction in perform-
ing, stage movement, audition-
ing, voice.
New after-school children's
dance classes also are starting at
the JPM. A ballet/jazz class is of-
fered from 4:40 to 5:15 p.m. for 5
to 7 year old children and a tap
class from 5:15 to 6 p.m. for 6-8
year olds.
The classes will start Oct. 4
and run for eight weeks.
For information, call Shirley
Siegal, 661-7632.

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