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January 10, 1986 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-10

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Friday, January 10, 1986 63

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MEETING NOTICE;

FOR WOMEN

ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE

(And Related Disorders)

Topics:
"Understanding the Needs of the Alzheimer's Patient"
"Nursing Home Placement for Alzheimer's Patients"

OAK PARK NSHEI CHABAD.
STUDY GROUP (Nine Mile
area) will meet at 3 p.m. Saturday
in the home of Mrs. Shaul Mar-
golis, 23170 Gardner. Margolis
will speak.

Naamat Plans
Book Review Series

Greater Detroit Council of
Naamat USA, in conjunction with
the Midrasha, College of Jewish
Studies, announces the first of its
series of book reviews to be held in
the Friedman Conference Room,
at the United Hebrew Schools,
21550 W. 12 Mile, Southfield, on
Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Marlene
Goldman, librarian at• Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, will reviewlsraeli
Women, Vanguard- or Rear
Guard.
The program was arranged by
Renee Wohl of the Midrasha in
cooperation with Ann Kaplan,
president, and Evelyn Noveek,
vice president of education for
Naamat USA-Detroit.
Guests are invited.

WED.,-JAN. 15'
7:00 p.m.

Alexander Continuing Care Center

12 HI PLAZA • 26060 WEST 12 MILE • SOUTHFIELD • 3534644 '

• 718 W. Fourth St. — Royal Oak
(between Woodward Ave.. and Main St. )

,For Information on this and other Alzhelmees Support - programs at the
ORT HOTLINE: 545 1386
Alexander Center, call our new ALZHEIMER'S SUPP
(9-5 Dolly) " .

,

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Nutrition Focus
Of Health Club

Janet Rimar, research and
dietician and exercise
physiologist, will address the
Women's Health Club of the
Jewish Community - Center on
Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Wo-
men's Health Club Conference
Room of the JCC.
The program is offered at no
charge to members of the Wo-
men's Health' Club and their
guests. ' .
Ms. Rimar is an exercise
physiologist and nutritionist both
for cardiology programs and
athletes.
Women's Health Club members
will Filiare their lockers and the-
many . facilities of the club with
their guests that day only.
For information, call Sylvia
Zukin, director of the Women's
Health Club, 661-1000. -

Bodzin Family
Club Will Meet

--
For Information Call:
Cultural Arts Department at 661-1000
or Daidelle cst 661-5201.
6600 W. Maple at West Bloomfield

Hours: 9 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
The Community Is Invited.

4082 W Maple
Birmingham MI
645-1320

ALL PREVIOUS SALES EXCLUDED
VISA & MASTERCHARGE

Parking in rear

HUNTER'S' SQUARE

YEAR

Mon., Tues., Thurs. 1075:30
Wed., Fri. 10-9
Sun. 12-
SAL 10-6

N D

. 855-3053

Near Loehmann's, Farmington Hills

• WINTER DRESSES

WINTER SUITS

Our entire stock of 100% wool .c
•• ;
and wool blend suits: Drastically
reduced to make room for spring •
merchandise.
Sizes 9-16. Regular 5250-5300.

Exqu5ite designs for the office,
the board meeting and after hours.' .
100% silk wools, crepes, flannels •
andmore. Sizes 4-16.
.Regular $98-$320.

.

The Bodzin Family. Club will
meet on .Sunday at 8 p.m. in the
home of Mrs. Pauline Bodzin,
25125 Biarritz Circle, Oak Park.
Reports about the family
Chanukah party will be read, and
plans will be made to attend a
hockey game.
Contact Esther Seligson, 967-
4013, for information.

WINTER SLACKS

•WINTER SWEATERS

Beautifully tailored 100% wool
and wool blend trousers. Many' • '
. • with corhfort-ease waistbands.
- Sizes 2.-16. Regular 560-S105. •

. WINTER SKIRTS

ALL LONG-SLEEVE
BLOUSES

100% Italian wool in solids, plaids
and heriingbone. Some with
leather trim.
'Sizes' 9-16.

Radio Club Has
Swap 'N' Shop

.

The D15th annual Oak Park
Amateur Radio Club swap 'n' shop
will be held 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Sun-
day at Oak Park High School..
There is an admission fee. For
information, call Ed Pollack,
354-4888.

_ .

ENTIRE STOCK OF
GIRLS AND BOYS

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Denoraks

Mon-Fri. 1030-530 ..
.
14 Mile Road 8; NonhWestern
-
Highway ' Thursday iO30 - 8...30
Sunday 1030-500'
Closed Saturday .

V/est Bloomfield/ Phone 626-5860

.ne4to Jan Drake's Gardentale

Sizes 2 to 14

Sizes 2 to 4T, 4 to 7

NOW gl OFF

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