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April 28, 1995 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-28

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Breast Reduction
Augmentation & Lift
Liposuction
Face Lift/Forehead
& Brow Lift
• Nasal, Eyelid, Cheek
& Chin Surgery
• Chemical Peels &
Collagen Injections

Dr. Kenneth E. Dickie*

Board Certified
Plastic Surgeon

Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
(Less than an hour from
Metro Detroit)

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AEROBIC CLASSES

*Member of Canadian and
American Societies of Plastic
& Reconstruction Surgeons

33022 Northwestern Highway
W. Bloomfield • (810) 855-0815

Play the market
right and you
could lose it all.

(At 14 Mile in the Park Place Shops, behind MGM Bikes)

CONGRATULATIONS AMY FINSIINER

$10.00 OFF

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You could lose things
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 in-
vest wisely at the super-
market.
Buy more in the fresh
produce, pasta, breads
and cereals sections. And
purchase fish. poultry and
lean meats instead of fatty
or processed meats.
Switch to low-fat dairy
products and margarine.
And check the nutritional
listings on food labels.
In short, be selective
about how you play this
market. Because no mat-
ter how much you lose,
you've got a lot to win.

10 Classes for $35

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR
YOUR LIFE

New Members Only

merican Heart
Association

33022 Northviestem Highway I West Bloomfield (At 14 Mile Road in the Park Place Shops, behind MGM Bicycle)

(810) 855-0815

Parenting Center
May Classes

Volunteers are needed to help
plant trees, shrubs, plants and
flowers in Detroit neighborhoods
and suburbs at the Jewish Fed-
eration's Volunteer Extrava-
ganza May 7.
Interested groups, families
and individuals will meet at the
Max M. Fisher Building in
Bloomfield Hills for a 9 a.m.
breakfast reception to receive di-
rections to a Core City Neigh-
borhood location in Detroit or one
of 12 Jewish Association for Res-
idential Care (JARC) homes.
Participants are asked to
bring their own gardening
equipment, hats and sunscreen.
They will arrange their own
transportation to the landscap-
ing site.
Donations of flowers, seeds,
and gardening equipment by in-
dividuals or organizations will
be appreciated.
The event is co-sponsored by
the Young Adult, Women's and
Business and Professional
Women's Divisions of the Jewish
Federation. The Volunteer Ex-
travaganza was created to bring
people together and make a pos-
itive contribution to the entire
metropolitan Detroit communi-
ty.
To volunteer, make gardening
contributions or for details,
call Andrea Nitzkin at the
Jewish Federation, (810) 642-
4260.

Bereavement Group is for young
widows and widowers with teen-
aged children or younger. The
group will meet with Irma Starr
beginning tuesday, May 2, 7-9
p.m. at the Applebaum Parent-
ing Center. Babysitting is avail-
able by reservation at no charge.
Kitchen Table III is a morning
class for moms and their babies,
birth through 15 months. This se-
ries will include developmental
stages, infant CPR, dealing with
health issues, making decisions
as a parent, incorporating Jewish
celebrations, and songs to share
with baby. Ruth Beresh leads the
class Wednesdays, beginning
May 3, at 9:30 a.m.
Evenings at the Kitchen Table
are evenings set aside for moms
and their babies, birth through
15 months. This series will in-
clude developmental stages and
health issues. Facilitator Ruth
Beresh begins this class Tues-
day, May 9, from 7-8 p.m.
Healthy Moms, Happy Babies
is an exercise class for moms
with babies up to one year old.
Aerobics and walking (weather
permitting) will begin May 2,
from 10-11 a.m. Babysitting is
available by reservation.
For information, call Ruth
Beresh, at 681-5353. These class-
es have a fee.

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(with ad)*

"We Ship
Anywhere"

Core City
Spruced Up

Cable TV
Carries Ceremony

A special Holocaust Remem-
brance Day program will be
Sunday, May 7, broadcast live on
Continental Cablevision chan-
nel 32 from 4 to 7 p.m.
Television newsman Walter
Cronkite, a World War II corre-
spondent, will appear, as will ac-
tors Ed Asner, Gregory Peck and
Peter Strauss.
As a tribute to both liberators
and survivors, this year's Re-
membrance Day ceremony will
begin with a commemoration
march. The broadcast and cere-
mony are being sponsored by the
Jewish National Fund in associ-
ation with the American Con-
gress of Jewish Survivors of the
Holocaust and Blazer Commu-
nications.
The Commemoration March
Remembrance Day Ceremony
will be broadcast on the Inter-
national Channel locally (Oak
Park, Southfield, West Bloom-
field) and throughout the Unit-
ed States, Israel and Europe
(Times: 1-4 p.m. PDT; 4-7 p.m.
EDT, and 3-6 p.m. CDT) and by
satellite dish (Satcom C-1,
Transponder 20). Viewers should
consult local listings.

Forum Hosts
Carol King

On Monday, May 1, at 8:30 p.m.,
the Birmingham Temple will
present Carol King, director of
the Michigan Abortion Rights ac-
tion League, as the first of four
guest speakers on the theme
"Confronting the Religious
Right."
Ms. King will discuss "The
War Against Abortion Clinics."
Carol King is a well-known
spokesperson on feminist issues.
In 1978 she was appointed Na-
tional board of directors in 1980.
She served in that capacity from
1980-86.
There is no admission charge.
Questions from the floor will fol-
low the presentations.

Labor Zionists
Plan Oneg

The Labor Zionist Family (Labor
Zionist Alliance, Labor Zionist
Institute, Na'amat/USA and
Habonim/Dror) will present a
Yom Ha'atzmaut Oneg Shabbat
on Friday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. in
Morris L. Leiberman Hall, 25900
Greenfield. The speaker will be
Jeff Kaye, Community Shaliach.
Refreshments will be served.
Guests are welcome; there is no
charge.

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