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December 01, 1995 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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Varied Offerings
At Book Fair

The Seventh Annual JCC Jew-
ish Book Fair will be held Sat-
urday and Sunday, Dec. 9 and
10, at the Jewish Community
Center of Washtenaw County.
Hundreds of book titles will be
on sale including recent releas-
es, cookbooks, beautiful gift
books, academic titles, Haggadot,
books by local authors, and a
wide assortment of children's
books and Chanukah gift items.
The fair also is a celebration,
complete with speakers, re-
freshments and entertainment
and crafts for children.
This year,the JCC Jewish
Book Fair will begin at 8 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec. 9, with Rabbi
Sherwin T. Wine, of Detroit's
Birmingham Temple, speaking
about his new book, Judaism Be-
yond God, followed by a wine and
cheese reception and the com-
mencement of book sales.
The fair will continue on Sun-
day, Dec. 10, beginning at 9 a.m.
with free bagels, coffee and time
to browse. Rabbi Avraham Ja-
cobowitz, founder and director of
Machon L'Torah in Oak Park,
will speak at 10 a.m. on the Jew-
ish classic The River, the Kettle
and the Bird by Rabbi Aharon
Pre-school entertainment will
be presented from 11 a.m. to noon,
followed by craft activities. Sto-
ryteller Joanne Ladd, also known
as Mother Goose, will tell stories
using finger play, picture cards
and exercise games. Ms. Ladd car-
ries a life-sized goose puppet and
is dressed as the legendary spin-
ner of nursery rhymes. Crafts ,vi.11
be taught by member of Teen
Connection, the JCC group for
middle school children, organized
in cooperation with BBYO.
Bette Roth Young, author of
the newly-released Emma
Lazarus in Her World, will speak
at 1 p.m. Her book is a biography
and selected letters of the famous
19th century Jewish poetess who
wrote the poem that is inscribed
in a bronze tablet inside the
pedestal of the Statue of Liberty
in New York City's harbor.
School-age children and their
parents are invited to a presen-
tation at 2 p.m. by local author
Joan Blos reading from her new
book for children, grades 3 to 6,
Brooklyn Doesn't Rhyme. After-
wards, there will be more craft
activities for children.
The book fair will end at 4 p.m.
The JCC Jewish Book Fair is
free and open to the public.

Publicity Deadlines

.The normal deadline for local news and
publicity items is noon Thursday, eight
days prior to issue date. The deadline for
birth announcements is 10 a.m. Monday,
four clays prior to issue date; out-of-town
obituaries. I0 a.m. Tuesday, three days
prior to issue date.

America's Pier s& Couture

Bridal Designer Ron Lovece

makes an exclusive

Biningham appearance
for 1days only.

gt ase loin us at a lesser/ reception *

X onoriny


dralurfay, g1cemter 16, 1,995 8:00 p.m,

KC/I/topic rc4e

Dr. Marty Levinson, pediatrician, has a private
practice in Birmingham, in addition to serving as
Chairman of Sinai Hospital's department of
Pediatrics. He brings a rare combination of
professionalism and compassion to his work that is
greatly appreciated by his patients and colleagues

urs., Fti„ Sat.
th, Dec. 1st, et. 2nd


These design's" sold
only at Exclu


For the Bride



N. Woodward • Birmingham, Michigan


Dr. Levinson has been involved with KESHET since
its inception, both as a pediatrician and as the father
of Joshua, 16, who has Williams Syndrome. His
medical expertise and personal experience enable Dr.
Levinson to provide exceptional care, comfort, and
guidance to his patients and their parents, especially
those with special needs.




The -money raised from this event
will go toward KESHET'S new
Outreach Program for our families
in crisis.

For more information please call the KESHET office
at (810) 258-9575

* Kosher dietary laws observed.



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1/4 Mile South of Maple Road
In The West Bloomfield Plaza
West Bloomfield, Michigan

(810) 855-3214

No charges on sale items.
All sales final. We accept
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Express on all regular
priced merchandise.

Mon.-Fri. 10 - 5:30
Thursday 10 - 8
Saturday 10 - 5
*SUNDAY 12-4

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