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Rabbi Efry Spectre will speak at
the March meeting of CHaZa-
KaH, the Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue seniors group 12:30 p.m.
on Thursday, March 23.
Following a lunch, the group
will hear Rabbi Spectre talk
about "French Dressing—A
Taste of Some of the Jewish By-
ways and Historical Sites in
France." A video and slides, in-
cluding a look at France's oldest
synagogue, will enhance the dis-
All area seniors are welcome.
To attend the event, there is a
charge. For information, call
Dorothy Storchan, 557-7808.
CALL NOW! 24 HOUR INFORMATION CENTER
1765 S. Telegraph Rd.
'Equity Trade Program valid only on new vehicle leases (24 mos. Of 36 mos.) of greater value than payoff of trade M. With approved credit. Some deals may require additional down paym e nt Certain restrictions apply. All
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Southfield Senior Men's Club
will hold its general meeting
March 15, at 1 p.m. at the South-
field Senior Adult Center. The
speaker will be Councilman Eli
E. Robinson, a CPA for the past
38 years. He will speak about in-
vestments for senior citizens.
Refreshments will be served.
There is no charge.
GOES KOSHEP AGAIN
One hli9l,t Only Pepeat Performance
Stand-up comedian Polly Ferman
of Jerusalem and New if
Kosher dinner 8( dessert afterglow
Sunda y , March 19
ID lace: Comedy Castle
in Poyal Oak
Friends of Bnei Akiva: $136 (2
Proceeds to benefit 13nei Akiva camp scholarships.
Evenin g sponsored b y Detroit Chapter, Religious Zionists of America.
For further information, call (810)357-0609 or (810)557-2755.
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Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060
"The Peace Process-the Pales-
tinian Aspect" will be the topic of
a talk given by Yosef Goell. The
talk, sponsored by the Institute
for Retired Professionals, will be
given at 2:30 p.m. on Wednes-
day, March 15, at the JPM Jew-
ish Community Center.
Dr. Goell is political and pub-
lic affairs columnist for the
Jerusalem Post. The event is
open to the public at no charge.
For information about the talk
or about the Institute for Retired
Professionals, contact the IRP of-
A special Spring Cantorial Se-
ries will begin Tuesday, March
14, 1 p.m. at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris building when four local
cantors will sing. The first per-
former will be Temple Shir
Shalom's Cantor Samuel
Berman, educator and the coor-
dinator of Project Manginot, a
music curriculum for religious
schools in the Reform movement.
Call the JCC, 967-4030, for in-
formation regarding tickets.
The Stepparent Connec-
tion will start Tuesday, March
14, at 7:30 p.m. This program
provides couples who are part of
a blended family the,opportuni-
ty to meet in an informal setting
to discuss issues that may arise
in a "yours, mine, ours" situation.
There is no charge.
A Hamantaschen Bake-Off
will take place Wednesday,
March 15, 10 a.m. Seniors and
nursery school children will join
to to make hamantaschen to be
served at the Purim party at
JPM on March 16 at 1 p.m. This
party is a Dor L' Dor (Generation
to Generation) program. Hillel
Day School sixth graders will join
the seniors. Ron Walker, a one-
man band, will provide the en-
tertainment. There is a charge
"Fun for Me and My
Grandchild" will meet on
Wednesday, March 15, 10 a.m.
to make a Purim project with
Amy Singer and Michelle
Kleiman. The program is rec-
ommended for children in pre-
school through kindergarten. To
register and for information, call
(810) 661-76459. There is a
Every Friday in March and
April at 12:45 p.m., Cantor David
Gutman will lead the Erev Shab-
bat program. There is no charge.
The Fresh Air Society/Tamarack
Campus will offer four Bubbie-
Zadie and Kinder Camps at
Butzel Conference Center in
northern Oakland County on the
weekends of May 12-14, June 9-
11, June 23-25, and July 7-9.
The overnight programs are in-
tended for grandparents and
their grandchildren ages 3-11.
Each family will have its own
room with private bath. Activi-
ties include crafts, outdoor
games, boating, swimming (in
season), celebration of Shabbat,
hay ride, talent show, evening
activities for the adults and pi-
oneer skills activities at the
Smokier Pioneer Skills Center.
Counselors will be in charge
of the activities, and provide child
care in the evenings. The food
service is kosher. There are open-
ings in the May 12 -14 and June
23 - 25 programs. Call Tamarack
Camps, (810) 661-0600, for
brochure and application.
The normal deadline for local
news and publicity items is
noon Thursday, eight days
prior to issue date. The dead-
line for birth announcements
is 10 a.m. Monday, four days
prior to issue date; out-of-town
obituaries, 10 a.m. Tuesday,
three days prior to issue date.
All material must be typewrit-
ten, double-spaced, on 8 1/2 x 11
paper and include the name
and daytime telephone num-
ber of sender.