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December 04, 1992 - Image 70

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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For Seniors

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includes planning for that special day. A full issue
featuring everything from gowns to gifts, flowers to honeymoons.

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in Detroit's most talked about Brides magazine. STYLE.
It's an invitation too good to pass up.

Beth El Seniors
Set Celebration

Aging Talks
At Trowbridge

Chanukah songs and
latkes will be the order of
the day at the Chanukah
celebration noon Dec. 15
hosted by the Beth El
seniors at the temple.
The Beth Elders will
meet for a lunch and a
musical presentation by
Judy Goldstein, folk
singer and storyteller,
which will feature
Chanukah tunes and
songs from around the
world. There is a luncheon
charge. For reservations
or information, call
Jeanette Cohen, 737-0194;
or Hy Frank, 851-8677.
The Middle Years Group
will be treated to latkes
and the music of Francis
Weskel, keyboard enter-
tainer, 12:30 p.m. Dec. 20.
There is no charge.

The Trowbridge, 24111
Civic Center Dr., South-
field, will hold afternoon
lectures from 1-3 p.m.
Dec. 9 and 16.
On Dec. 9, Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz of Temple Shir
Shalom will lead a discus-
sion on "Aging Is Mind
Over Matter; If You Don't
Mind, It Doesn't Matter!"
with Dr. Ronald E.
Trunsky, associate direc-
tor of psychiatry, Sinai
Hospital.
On Dec. 16, Rabbi

BAHM Seniors
Plan Program

lectures, call the Trow-
bridge, 352-0208.

The Seniors of Congre-
gation Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses will host
Richard D. Berg 10:30
a.m. Dec. 13 at the syna-
gogue. Mr. Berg is a teller
of Jewish stories and orig-
inal tales.
There is a charge. A
continental breakfast will
be served.

Chanukah Party
Is Planned

Traditional latkes will be
served at the Southfield
Senior Adult Center
Chanukah Party 11:30
a.m., Dec. 17.
The party will include
lunch and entertainment.
There is a. charge. For
reservations by Dec. 10,
call the center, 354-9362.

Schwartz will present

Sandra M. Schiff, director
of marketing and develop-
ment for Eastwood-Oxford

Clinic, Eastpointe. She

will discuss "The Aging
Parent and Child Rela-
tionship and Revelations."

For reservations for the

JPM Plans
Calendar

Hiam Rozenthal invites
Yiddish speaking persons
to participate'in a study
group sponsored by the
Yiddish Culture Club
12:30 p.m. Dec. 10 at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Cen-
ter.
The Jewish Community
Center offers a Russian
Language lecture the sec-
ond Tuesday of each

month at 3 p.m.

Vivian Stollman and
Sonny Lipenholtz bring
the sound of music to the
Jewish Community
Center's Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building each
Monday at 12:30 p.m.
Without A Home, a
Yiddish film, will be

shown 2 p.m. Dec. 11.

Contact your advertising representative today at 313-354-6060.
Ad deadline: January 6, 1993.
Issue date: January 29, 1993.

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Jewish Federation Apartments residents Faye Bloom, Nellie Barnett,
Malka Sklyarskaya and Sammy Weiss unpack and mark Items that are
being donated for the Resident Councils' annual Chanukah Bazaar, Dec.
6th, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Prentis building in Oak Park.

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