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June 26, 1992 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-26

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I FOR SENIORS I

bette appel, inc.

2378 Franklin Rd.
Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48302
313.456.0020

June 22, 1992

This month marks our 10TH ANNIVERSARY. We thought we should do some-
thing great to celebrate the occasion. We wanted it to be fun and help the
less fortunate in the community. Here's what we decided.

YOU ALL LOVE A GOOD SALE . . . WE KNOW THIS. Look at how many
of you brave foul weather and dangerous roads to come to our factory sale
in February. WE'RE HAVING A SALE. We wanted to make this 10TH AN-
NIVERSARY SALE memorable and one our competitors would NEVER
DARE.

ON JUNE 30 FROM 9 TIL 6, we are having a fabulous, unforgettable, fac-
tory sale. EVERYTHING WILL BE $10.00 and we're even serving lunch.

Some of you have been wearing our outfits for the last 10 years . . . WE SEE
THIS. WE ARE RECALLING ALL OF OUR OLD STYLES. Bring us your
laundered Bette Appel outfits from years gone by. We will donate them to a
local clothing bank.

YOU ALL LOVE A DISCOUNT . . . WE LEARNED THIS. For those of you
who make a clothing donation, we have a REBATE ready. A GIFT CER-
TIFICATE for 10% off a future purchase in our store. Some conditions apply.
All outfits must be laundered and placed in a see-through bag with sizing in-
formation included. Sorry, only one certificate per person. The rebate offer
expires July 11, 1992.

Write yourself a note . . . YOU DO THIS. 10TH ANNIVERSARY SALE.
EVERYTHING $10.00. FREE LUNCH. BETTE APPEL FACTORY. BRING
OLD OUTFIT. PICK UP GIFT CERTIFICATE. JUNE 30. 9 TIL 6.
Sincerely,

bette appel, inc.

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Thursday
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Hours:
Mon: Fri. 9-6, Sat. 9-5

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ANIERICAN
SOCIETY
CANCEIFk

JPM Seniors
Plan Events

Music Classes
Set At JPM

Neighbors, a Yiddish
language film with English
subtitles, will be shown 10
a.m. July 7 at the Jimmy
Prentis Morris Jewish Corn-
munity Center. There is no
charge.
The Yiddish Culture Club
Study Group will meet 12:30
p.m. July 9 at JPM.
Medicare counseling and
informal legal counseling are
available to senior adults at
JPM Thursdays at noon. Call
for an appointment,
967-4030. There is no charge.
Adults interested in callig-
raphy or craft classes are in-
vited to register for an eight-
week summer series offered
at JPM. Julia Bitten will of-
fer a variety of simple craft
projects, Tuesdays 12:30-1:30
p.m. Philip Golab is the in-
structor for an introductory
calligraphy class 10 a.m.-noon
on Thursdays, beginning July
9. There is a fee for each class
which includes supplies. For
information, call Diane
Sands, 967-4030.
The Hearing Loss Support
Group will meet at JPM the
second and fourth Friday of
each month 10 a.m.-noon in
Room 2. Light refreshments
are served. There is a charge
for each session. For informa-
tion, call Margo Weitzer,
661-1000.
A Low Vision Support
Group will meet 12:30 p.m. on
the fourth Wednesday of each
month at JPM. Transporta-
tion is available from
designated areas. There is a
charge. For information, call
Margo Weitzer, 661-1000.

The Music Department of
the Jewish Community
Center will hold classes at the
JPM building.
Suzuki violin and viola will
be taught by Lisa Saigh-
Smith. One private and one
group lesson each week will
be given by this certified
Suzuki instructor. Children,
ages 3 years and up, are ac-
cepted according to the
availability of openings.
Also offered will be private
instruction in traditional
piano and cello taught by pro-
fessional, qualified teachers.
All music lessons are open -
to children and adults of all
ages. For lesson and fee infor-
mation, call Annette Chajes,
661-1000.

Vision, Hearing
Groups Meet

The Jewish Community
Center will offer peer group
meetings for adults with vi-
sion and hearing loss who are
ages 18-55.
A meeting on coping with
hearing loss will be held at
the Maple-Drake building 7
p.m. July 7.
A meeting focusing on cop-
ing with vision loss will be
held 7 p.m. July 14. These
meetings are free and open to
the public. For reservations,
call Margo Weitzer, 661-1000.

Senior Adults
Tour Gallery

The Senior Adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center of Metro-
politan Detroit will host a do-
cent tour of the Janice
Charach Epstein Retrospec-
tive exhibition 1 p.m. June 29
in the Museum/Gallery at the
Maple-Drake building.

'Snow' Party
For Seniors

"Snow Fooling" — a Winter
Wonderland Party is schedul-
ed at the Southfield Senior
Adult Center 6 p.m. July 22.
A complete roast beef dinner
will be served followed by
games and prizes.
Tickets must be purchased
by July 15. For information,
call the Senior Center,
354-9362.

Senior Classes
At Adult Center

Senior classes will be held
at Southfield Senior Adult
Center.
Bridge, beginning, in-
termediate and advanced
classes, will be offered.
Classes in ceramics and
sculpture as well as an ad-
vanced art studio will be con-
ducted by Carl Angevine. A
drawing class will be in-
structed by Judy Hall.
Wood projects can be com-
pleted with an instructor's
help in the woodshop. Those
who are interested in crafts
may enjoy sewing, knit-
ting/crocheting and beading.
Piano lessons are available.
Physical fitness is promoted
in chair exercise, dance
fitness and water exercise
classes. Spanish classes also
are offered this summer.
Summer term registration
begins June 29 with classes
beginning the week of July
13. Registration information
is available by calling the
Southfield Senior Adult
Center, 352-9362.

Not all that is thought
should be spoken, not all
that is spoken deserves to be
written, and not all that is
written is meant to be
printed.

—Israel Lipkin

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