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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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Dr June Gantz Ed D.
is now accepting clients at her location in Farmington Hills,
Specializing in Adult and Adolescent psychotherapy for:
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Depression and Anxiety
of Divorced, Widowed and
• Spouse Abuse
Dr. Gantt is a member of
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can Group PsychotheraPY Assn.
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Dr. Jerry Kohen of Windsor has
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At Home for Aged
Why Not Sponsor a Sparkling
DETROIT PREMIERE - NOV. 3RD & 4TH
Looking For A Sure-Win fundraiser?
Volunteer opportunities exist
for men, women and children at
all three facilities of the Jewish
Home for Aged: Borman Hall,
Prentis Manor and the Fleis-
For information, call Rowena
Howard, coordinator of volun-
teer services, 532-1112.
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ATTENTION NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Senior Support Service, spon-
sored by Harper-Grace Hospital,
is seeking people to help senior
citizens with light duties and pro-
vide transportation and compan-
The service also offers training,
job counseling and placement to
men and women age 55 and older.
For information on both pro-
grams, call Susan Bearden, pro-
gram coordinator, 549-5680.
PARTIES, DANCES & SPECIAL OCCASIONS
With Approved Credit
"The Best Music In Town"
Across From Tel-12 Mall
The first general meeting of the
1985-1986 program year for the
Women's Auxiliary of the United
Hebrew Schools will take place on
Sept. 11, at noon at the UHS
building, 21550 W. 12 Mile,
Southfield, according to Program
Vice President Sonia Lippenholtz.
Judy Goldstein, Detroit
folksinger, will entertain with
songs in English, Hebrew, Yid-
dish and Russian. Her repetoire
spans more than 100 years of
Jewish history and culture, com-
bining in her performance much
of the history reflected in the
choice of material, expressions of
Eastern Europe, Yiddish theater,
and modern-day Israel.
Donor kits may be dropped off
and ticket monies turned in at
this meeting. Funds raised by the
Women's Auxiliary are awarded
to UHS students for teacher train-
ing programs, Hebrew-speaking
camps and Israel programs.
For information about the
meeting, call Mrs. Lippenholtz,
353-5399. For information about
the Women's Auxiliary donor,
-contact Jen Alspector, 476-6699;
or Marion Bronstein, 356-0591.
1 • 2 Week Program
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Charter Program Starts Sept 21
Ft. Lauderdale Starts Sept. 21, 1985
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