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October 25, 1985 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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THE DETROIT `JEWISH NEWS • Friday, October 25, 1985 65

LOCAL NEWS

Cominunal Forum
Slated Sunday

Wedding, Rehearsal and
Ceremony Assistance

Lee Wolin

New Ideas in Decorating

for the young person in your life'

3544433

Soft Sculptured Wall Hangings

— 2 color lines —
PrirnarY C7 Pastels

Entire. Bedroom Ensembles
with


Sheets Comforters
Dust Ruffles Bumper Pods, etc.
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all hand crafted •

. Downtown Plymouth

45541846

349 Fleet St.

Evelyn Rule

Evelyn Kasle will chair a
community forum at 1 p.m.
Sunday at the main United He-
i brew Schiols building.
Thee fOrum is entitled, "New
Reasons for Recreating the Old
Neighborhood Feeling:• The
People Are The Community."
Mrs. Kasle is the coordinator
and director of the .forum. She
has been active the past three
years with the Jewish com-
munal affairs commission of the
American Jewish Committee to
provide a forum on housing for
non-related adults.
Sunday's forum will feature
builder Richard Baron of St.
-.Louth, Mo.; housing consultants
fol.' the elderly Anne Brooks and
Tim Wintermute of Ann Arbor;
psychiatrist Dr. Bernard
Chodorkoff; ,Dr. Richard Doug-
las, associate professor at the-
Wayne State University ' School,
of Medicine; builder Herman
Frankel;, sociologist Alan Kan-
del.
The community is invited at a
nominal fee.

You are cordially invited to attend
the dedication of the Morris and Sarah Friedman
Conference Room, Center for Yiddish Studies
and
the Inaugural Lecture of the annual
Morris and Sarah Friedman Lecture
on Yiddish Language and Culture given by
Dr. Herbert H. Paper,
Professor of Linguistics and NearEastem Languages,
Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati
Sunday November 3, 1985 at 1:30 p.m.
at the United Hebrew Schools Building
21550'W Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

• RSVP 354-1050

Dessert`Reception.

Mon. - Sat. 10-6

4-


From- Sinai Hospital .
t o .-You• • •

Three FREE Programs
on Cancer and .
• Offered in conjunction Ids
with the Health

Club of the Jewish Community Center.
All 1 progiiams will be held at thejewish
• Center, 6600 West ,
. Community
Maple Road, West Bloomfield.

,
Wednesday,
November 13
11:303.M.

Song, Art, Speaking
At Main Center '

Folksinger Judy Goldstein
will perform in Yiddish, Hebrew
and Russian at 11:30 a.m. today
for the "Yiddis Shtunde" in, the
Jewish Community Center
Health Club lounge.
Ms.• Goldstein has done pro-
fessional ' and volunteer per-
formances - for- many Jewish
communal agencies in the• De
troit area. Today's performance
is free and open to the public.
On Sunday, a closing recep-
tion for the current exhibition of
lithographs, etchings and .silksc-
reens at the main JCC will be
held from 2-5 p.m. Gallery
Yakir and the Center are dis-
playing works by Agam, Levy,
Zaritsky, Shavadron and Kals-
merin. the Hamburger Lobby.
: The public is invited.
The Center's Toastmasters
'Club is ' seeking additional
members. --.The group meets
Tuesday evenings to improve
their public speaking skill. For
information, call Toastmasters
chairpersork Larry Bissinger,
258-9630.,

Improving the Odds: Cancer Detection
Robert E. Bloom, M.D.
Hematology/Oncology Specialist
Department of Medicine '

Wednesday,
October 30 . '
11:30 a.m.



Improving the Odds: Cancer Prevention - •
Robert E. Bloom, M.D.
Hematology/Oncology Specialist
Department of Medicine

It's ajoint Effort: A Team Approach to
.
Arthritis
,
A half-day seminat lbpics include new
trends in treatment, quackery, exercise and
diet, and psychosocial aspects of arthritis.

Wednesday,
November 6
9 a.m.•

Moderator: Samuel Indenbaum, M.D.
Chief of Rheumatology
Department of Medicine

Panelists:
Ronald E. Trunsky, M.D.
Chief of Inpatient Psychiatry
Department of Psychiatry

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All programs amfree The public is invited. Free parking is available at tbe
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