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AWARD WINNING, ROCK 'N ROLL CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINER
but very concerned about cutting
his hair," she says.
Even so, Ms. Roszler had
heard that many young adults in
Israel undergo a period of flux
and fear before joining the mili-
tary. Ms. Roszler also had heard
rumors that the suicide rate is es-
pecially high among young
Psychological problems aside,
Ms. Roszler says she also had to
face the fact that military service
poses physical dangers. Worried
for Ezra, she faxed Hadassim an
inquiry. The officials didn't know
where he was, but they promised
to try to locate him.
In four days, they faxed her back
a reply. "Dear Ms. Roszler," it read.
"Well, our Ezra is alive, happy and
proudly serving in a paratroopers
unit. His address is ..."
Elated, Ms. Roszler already is
planning a reunion with Ezra
when she returns to Israel this
May on Miracle Mission II. Her
husband and children will send
greetings from the home front.
Ms. Roszler says she won't forget
to pack the unopened graduation
OF CRAIG IN CO.
Performing a concert of
outrageously fun and delightful
and Disney music for the entire
Sunday, May 7 •
Jewish Community Center
6600 West Maple Road
"Taubman interweaves his childhood experiences with
snippets of his own kids' lives in a way that keeps the
younger fans bopping while coaxing more than a few toe
taps and chuckles from adults"
Los Angeles Times
Deadline April 20
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proaching for The Jewish News'
annual feature honoring the
area's brightest Jewish high-
High-school principals in south
Oakland County have been asked
to distribute our form to a maxi-
mum of six of their Jewish se-
niors with the highest
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If students feel they qualify but
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"Taubman handles (it) with sunny finesse while
delivering messages silly, serious, inspirational and
just plain fun."
The Washington Post
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT THE MAPLE/DRAKE AND
JIMMY PRENTIS MORRIS BUILDINGS
ADMISSION (with proof of membership):
JCC Member: Children (3 years and older): $4.00; Adults: $6.00 (Proof of membership is required at time of tick-
et purchase) Maximum family price for JCC Members only: $24.00
Non-JCC Members: Children: $7.00; Adults: $10.00
In Grosse Pointe
Grosse Pointe Theatre's 47th
season will continue with Neil Si-
mon's comedy Broadway Bound.
The show will open on Wednes-
day, April 26, and runs through
Saturday, May 6, at Fries Audi-
torium in the Grosse Pointe War
Memorial, 32 Lakeshore, Grosse
The play is the third in Simon's
semi autobiographical trilogy.
Eugene M. Jerome recalls his
early days as a budding comedy
writer with is older brother Stan-
ley, and the trials and tribula-
tions of family life in post-war
Tickets may be purchased by
calling )313) 881-4004, or by vis-
iting the Grosse Pointe Theatre.
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This concert is sponsored by The Jewish News Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan,
Generations Together (a recipient of the Max M. Fisher Jewish Community Foundation),
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