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April 28, 1989 - Image 92

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-28

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WE ARE NOW OPEN
"SHOE REVIEW"

(Formerly BAGS 'N THINGS)
Jack & Carol Cohen

Seniors Mark
Yom Hashoah

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(Orchard Lake & Lone Pine Rds.)

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for you

Rides Offered
To Senior Adults

Cold fur storage prolongs the life
of your furs by keeping them soft
and supple for years. We have
storage facilities on the premises
for your convenience.

Bring us your fur garment and
we will include:
• Free minor repairs.
• Free fur appraisal.

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Let Us Restyle Your Old Fur

Your older furs will be restyled by
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You'll be amazed by our creativity
and pleased with our
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181 S. Woodward Ave., 1 Blk. S. of Maple,
Next to the Birmingham Theatre
Free Adjacent Parking • 642-1690

Monday-Saturday 9:30-5:30

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building of the Jewish
Community Centerr an-
nounces that in commemora-
tion of Yom Hashoah —
Holocaust Memorial Day —
Naomi Levine, a teacher at
Jewish Parents Institute, will
speak. Her lecture entitled,
"Teaching the Holocaust — A
Learning Experience," will
take place on Tuesday at 1
p.m. in the JPM assembly
hall.
The movie, Go Into Your
Dance, will be shown on Sun-
day at 2 p.m. in the JPM
assembly hall. Everyone is in-
vited at no charge.
Mitla Pass by Leon Uris will
be reviewed by Frances
Weinberg on Tuesday at
11 a.m. in room 4 of the JPM.
Hidden
The movie,
Treasures, will be shown in
the JPM assembly hall at
1:45 p.m. Tuesday.
The senior adult choir will
entertain the Yiddish
Culture Club on Thursday at
12:30 p.m. in Jaffe Hall.
The Press Review, a current
events discussion group,
meets on Thursdays at
12:30 p.m. in room 15 of the
JPM.

[Don't be a i
heartbreaker

Persons prevented from par-
ticipating in the senior adult
activities offered at the Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building of
the Jewish Community
Center because of transporta-
tion difficulties should con-
tact the Jewish Information
Service, 967-4357, for details
on the Center's door-to-door
transportation program.
Limited transportation to
the Center is provided in the
following areas: Monday,
Southfield, Detroit; Tuesday,
Oak Park; Wednesday, South-
field, Detroit, Oak Park,
Royal Oak and Berkley; Fri-
day, Oak Park, Royal Oak and
Berkley.

Yiddish Films
Due For Seniors

TO OUR READERS
& ADVERTISERS

A California-based telemarketing concern, claiming
to represent The Jewish News, has been soliciting adver-
tising for a special section commemorating Israel's 41st
anniversary. Please be advised that this boiler-room
operation is not affiliated or associated with The Jewish
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WERE RC3W,ING FOR YOUR UFE

Yiddish films will be the
focus of "Friday Morning
Features" during May at the
Jewish Community Center's
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building.
The series begins with Yid-
dish, The Marnaloshen on
May 5 at 10 a.m. in the JPM
assembly hall.
Overture to Glory, the story
of a Vilna cantor who seeks
fame and fortune as an opera

star in Warsaw, will be shown
on May 12.
Image Before My Eyes will
be featured on May 19. The
Dybbuk is the scheduled film
for May 26.
These films have been pro-
vided by the Charles and
Frances Driker Fund for Yid-
dish Culture. There is no
charge for attending the "Fri-
day morning Features,"
which are offered through the
Center's senior adult
department.

Open House
For Retirees

New retirees and soon-to-be
retirees are invited to attend
an open house on Sunday at
2 p.m. in Jaffe Hall at the
Jewish Community Center,
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building.
Following a brief opening
presentation, prospective
members will be able- to ap-
proach facilitators and other
participants of each open
group. Refreshments will be
served.
The institute, a peer learn-
ing organization offering 23
special interest groups at
both facilities of the Center,
also provides the opportunity
for creating new friendships
and re-establishing former
relationships through a varie-
ty of social experiences. For
information, call the IRP of-
fice, 967-4030.

Uris Work
Is Reviewed

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center announces
Frances Weinberg will review
Mitla Pass by Leon Uris on
Monday at 1 p.m. in the
library of the Maple/Drake
building. There is a nominal
fee for non-members. For in-
formation, contact Marilyn
Wolfe or Judy Samson,
661-1000.

History Class
Open To Seniors

"Jews in American
History," a class of readings
and discussions is offered
Fridays at 10 a.m., in room 2
at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. The public is
invited.

Type It Please

Announcements must
be typewritten, double
spaced and received by
The Jewish News by
noon Friday.

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