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April 07, 1995 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-07

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gallery's fifth to benefit children,
was held at the Brazil coffee-
house in Royal Oak and featured
storytelling, songs and magic
tricks. Afterward, children gath-
ered outside the Andy Sharkey
Gallery for sidewalk chalk draw-
ing and face painting.
Established in 1985, Chil-
dren's Immune Disorders was
the first Michigan agency to
specifically address the needs of
women and children with AIDS.
Its next project is to find homes
for children left orphaned be-
cause of the disease, said the
agency's co-founder and execu-
tive director, Patricia Priebe.
For information, contact Chil-
dren's Immune Disorders at
(313) 837-7800.

PAUL & RUTH

When actor Paul Newman
wanted to honor the racing-car
team that built his car in Livo-
nia, his assistant called the
Maple 3 Theatres. They rented
the theater from Ruth Daniels,
general manager. The 70 mem-
ber - group saw The Madness of

Paul Newman, Ruth Daniels

King George. "It was the pinna-
cle of my career," said Ms.
Daniels, who was lucky enough
to have a photo taken with Paul.

OKLAHOMA

Josh Simon has a lead role in
the int isical Oklahoma this week-
end at Mercy High School. Since
Mercy High School is an all-girls
school, the coveted male roles are
won by audition. Other area
performers include: David
Brieger, Kevin Landau and
Josh Burgess. For ticket infor-
mation on the 8 p.m. perfor-
mances April 7-8 and the 3 p.m.
matinee on April 9, call (810) 476-
3270.

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CHARITY AUCTION

Loraine Meyers, daughter of
Elaine and Earl Meyers of Farm-
ington Hills, initiated an auction
to benefit several local charities,
including JARC. The silent auc-
tion will include eight uniquely
designed limited edition photo-
graphic books and takes place
through April 14 at the Oakland
Community College photo lab in
Royal Oak. Some of the artists
include: Elayne Gross, Jay
Ingram, Michelle Stamler,
Steve Fox and Loraine
Meyers. ❑

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like extra weight. High
blood pressure. And high
blood cholesterol levels.
The very things that con-
tribute to heart attack and
stroke.
All you have to do is invest
wisely at the supermarket.
Buy more in the fresh prod-
uce, pasta, breads and ce-
reals sections. And pur-
chase fish, poultry and
lean meats instead of fatty
or processed meats.

Switch to low-fat dairy prod-
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check the nutritional list-
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In short, be selective about
how you play this market.
Because no matter how
much you lose, you've got
a lot to win.

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YOUR LIFE

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