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December 18, 1987 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-18

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rFOR- SENIORS1

HERALD WHOLESALE

Parties For Seniors

Almet • Arrow • Baldwin • Hager

3 OF 10,000

• Hewi - Jado • Kwikset • Lawrence •

Normbau • Dorma Door Closers

Refreshingly Different Items

• Schlage • K.W.C. • Moen • Paul

AT

Associates • Fusital/Forges • Grohe •

Kohler • Valli &Columbo • Baldwin Bath

• Delta • Aqua Glass • Steamist • Artistic

Brass • The Broadway Collection •

HERALD WHOLESALE

20830 Coolidge Hwy.

just north of 8 Mile Rd.

(313) 398-4560

Bathroom Jewelry • Dornbracht

Bormix 80 • Bormalux • Sanijura •

•• • Monarch -
Keuco • Auburn Brass • FIR

Stanley • Broan • Nutone • Miami

Carey • Franklin Brass • Colonial Bronze •

Plexacraft . Koch & Lowy • Bates

&Bates • Shulte • Kroin • Luwa • Phylrich

• Jacuzzi

HOURS: 9-5:30 OR CALL FOR A SPECIAL APPOINTMENT ANYTIME MON/FRI, 9-3 SAT

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

GOOD
REASONS
TO SHOP
AT SHERWOOD
THIS HOLIDAY SEASON

SHERWOOD'S OUTSTANDING SELECTION OF
FINE DESIGNER FURNITURE ALWAYS 20% OFF!
1 (IN-STOCK)

2

SHERWOOD OFFERS IMMEDIATE DELIVERY!
IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.

3

SHERWOOD'S ACCESSORIES/GIFT
DEPARTMENT BOASTS A UNIQUE AND
UNUSUAL SELECTION ALWAYS
20% OFF!

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center will spon-
sor a games dat at 1:30 p.m.
Sunday at the JPM atrium.
Refreshments will be served
and prizes awarded. There is
a nominal charge.
The Mothers Club will have
a Chanukah/birthday - party
at noon Monday in Jaffe Hall.
Prizes will be awarded. There
is a nominal charge. Irving
Kleinman will light the
Chanukah menorah and the
senior adult choir will enter-
tain in the JPM lobby at
12:30 p.m. Monday.
Abraham Lincoln Opper
will light the Chanukah
menorah and Abe Saginaw
will read a Chanukah story in
Yiddish in the JPM lobby at
12:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rabbi
Sherwin Wine of the Birm-
ingham rIbmple will speak on
the topic, "Gorbachev, Russia
and Russian Jews" at 1 p.m.
Tuesday in the JPM assembly
hall.
The second part of the
movie, Rhapsody in Blue will
be shown at 2 p.m. Tuesday in
the JPM assembly hall.
Rabbi Allan M. Blustein
will speak on "Jewish
Humor" at the Culture Club
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Thurs-
day in Jaffe Hall of the JPM.
The movie, Yankee Doodle
Dandy, will be shown in the
JPM assembly hall at 2 p.m.
Dec. 27.

Focus: HOPE
Helps Seniors

For the sixth year, Focus:
HOPE and WDIV-TV are
sponsoring Share With a
Senior, a program that seeks
out seniors in need and mat-
ches them with donors who
bring groceries — and a touch
of joy — to their doorstep dur-
ing the holidays.
Share With a Senior en-
courages personal relation-
ships between the seniors and
those willing to provide cora-

panionship, transportation
and ongoing support. To
volunteer, call Focus: HOPE,
883-3131.

LOCAL NEWS 1mm

Violin, Cello
Classes To Begin

The Jewish Community
Center announces that
lessons in violin and cello will
be taught by Suzuki-trained
teachers beginning in
January.
Teachers Walter and
Stephanie Preucil received
their B.A. degrees in music
from the Eastman School of
Music and did their graduate
studies at Indiana University.
Children age 3 and up and
adults are invited to enroll.
For information, call Annette
Chajes, 661-1000, ext. 335.

Community Topic
For Workshop

Students and parents in
grades three, four and five at
Temple Israel Religious
School will participate in a
workshop entitled "Your
Jewish Community" on Jan.
24.
The teachers and students
in grade four have organized
a variety of activities for the
workshop. The students will
be involved in making a com-
munity time line, tzedakah
banks, plant trees and play a
game entitled "The Wheels of
Our Community."
Along with the workshop,
organizations and agencies
throughout the Jewish com-
munity will be a part of this
workshop. Representatives of
the agencies will arrange an
exhibit to inform and educate
the parents and students in
grades three, four, and five.
The exhibit will be held
from 10 a.m. until noon.
Following the exhibit section
of the workshop the students
will be involved in a sing-a-
long in the temple sanctuary.

UPCOMING ADVERTISING DEADLINES

Health and Fitness (Feeling Good):

Monday, December 21st

Tel-Twelve Mall • 12 Mile & Telegraph
Holiday hours: Daily 10-9:30 • Sun. 11-6 • 354-9060

December 25 Issue:

Wednesday, Dec. 16 (non-camera ready);
Friday, Dec. 18 (camera ready)

December 31 Issue:

Wednesday, Dec. 23 (non-camera ready);
Monday, Dec. 28 (camera ready)

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1987

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