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January 24, 1992 - Image 56

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-24

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I FOR SENIORS I'm'

A
MIKE SCHLUSSEL

GUARANTEED!
I WILL BEAT
ANY DEAL!

You are cordially invited to a bountiful feast.
An afternoon of epicurean delights
presented by more than 30 of Michigan's premiere chefs.

Sunday, February 2, 1992, 3-6 p.m.
Southfield Pavilion, Southfield Civic Center, 26000 Evergreen Road.

FREE! CAR PHONE
WITH EVERY PURCHASE!

$39.50 per person advance ticket (by mail by January 28)
$45 per person at the door

Tickets available at the City Hall Reception Desk
at the Civic Center (through January 31).

TAMAROFF
DODGE

Co-sponsored by the City of Southfield
and the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association.

354-6600

12 Mile west of Telegraph

Proceeds benefit the Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association Scholarship Fund.

Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, entrees, ,desserts, pastries and wine.

Experience the ultimate—Experience Michigan's finest cuisine.

Semi-formal attire requested.

Participating Establishments

The Baker's Loaf
Chimayo
Cocina del Sol
Detroit Athletic Club
The Detroit Club
Excalibur
The Golden Mushroom
Hogan's of Birmingham
Jacques Demers Restaurant
Le Metro
Machus, Inc.
MacKinnon's
Mark of Excellence Catering
Morels, A Michigan Bistro
Musashi Japanese Cuisine &
Sushi Bar
Pals of Bloomfield
The Peacock

Pearl City
Pike Street
Ranier's Pastry
Ristorante Di Modesta
Saad Pastries
Savino Italian Sorbet
Sebastian's Grill
Shanghai Cafe
The Sizzling Crab
The Skyline Club
Southfield Marriott Hotel
Superior Coffee Co.
Tango's European Bistro &
Bouquets
Vineyards/Taste of Seasons
Van Dyke Place
The Whitney
Wine by General Wine Company

For more information, contact Southfield Community . Relations Department, (313) 354-4854.

RESPONSE CARD — MICHIGAN THE BOUNTIFUL
February 2, 1992 — 3-6 p.m.

Southfield Pavilion, Southfield Civic Center

YOUR FRIENDS
KNOW US
YOU SHOULD TOO!
SAVE
15-25 %

All Custom Frames

FRAMERY ONE

31596 Grond River
Farmington:

-7070

Rozie's
Ruggles

MANDELBROT

Call And Place
Your Order

681-8060

TRENDS \1
WINTER
SALE

CROSSWINDS MALL

NAME

Orchard Lake Rd. at Lone Pine Rd.

8 51-32232i

ADDRESS

STATE

CITY

TELEPHONE: (home)

ZIP

(work):

@ $39.50 each Total enclosed: $
Number of Tickets:
Advance ticket deadline: January 28, 1992
Advance ticket deadline in person: January 31, 1992

Return this form, with check payable to Michigan Chefs de Cuisine Association, to:

Exclusively Women's Clothing
and Accessories
Current Fashions Sizes 214

ebb 1844 S. Woodward
Birmingham

1 block North of 14 Mile Rd

We Pay Cash for Fine
Clothing and
Accessories"

HOURS:
Mon.-Sat. 12-6

SOUTHFIELD

AN INTERNATIONAL CITY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1992

FASHION RESALE

540-9548

MICHIGAN THE BOUNTIFUL
Community Relations Department
City of Southfield
26000 Evergreen Road
P.O. Box 2055
Southfield, Michigan 48037-2055

56

Vf1LERIE TAYLOR

CLASSIFIED
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354-5959

JPM Seniors

Event Calendar

"Stretch and 'Done," a non-
impact aerobics class, will be
9:30-10:30 a.m. and "Fitness
for All," a program for active
seniors, will be 10:30-11 a.m.
Jan. 30.
Senior Health Check is
scheduled for Jan. 30 at the
JPM.
Dr. Harold Rodner will
speak about the "Aspects of
Aging" at 11 a.m. Kenneth
Sherman will follow with a
presentation on senior adult
health services. Hearing, vi-
sion, blood pressure and fast
blood sugar screenings will be
available 12:30-3 p.m.
There is no charge, but
reservations are required.
Call the JPM box office,
967-4030.
AARP Taxaide counselors
will be available to assist
moderate income seniors with
tax forms.
Volunteers who have
special training from the IRS
will be available 9:30
a.m.-2:30 p.m. Feb. 7 and Feb.
14 to prepare federal, state,
homestead and energy credit
forms.
Persons interested in tak-
ing advantage of this free ser-
vice are asked to bring 1991
"W" forms and 1099 forms,
interest records, dividends
and Social Security received
in 1991 as well as records of
the amount of real estate
taxes or rent paid and to
whom in 1991. A copy of the
1990 tax return is helpful. All
information is confidential.
Registration is requested;
call 967-4030.

Sinai Hosts
Health Screening

Sinai Hospital and the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will
host a series of free medical
screenings for seniors 1-3 p.m.
Jan. 30 at the JCC's Jimmy
Prentis Morris Branch.
"Sinai Hospital/Jewish
Community Center Health-
check" will feature Sinai
nurses who will provide
screenings for blood pressure,
hearing, vision and a check of
height and weight. Sinai
registered dieticians will be
on hand to answer questions
regarding proper diet and will
offer recipes for a variety of
low-fat, low-cholesterol, low-
sodium meals.
Sander Kushner, chairman
of Sinai's department of
Family Practice, will be
available to answer any
medical questions at the "Ask
a Doctor" table.
Seniors are encouraged to
bring a list of their current
medications for a Sinai phar-

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