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October 06, 1995 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-06

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JPM 810-967-4030
15110 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park 48237

Maple/Drake 810-661-1000
6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield 48322

Has Listening To Radio
Become A Celebration of
Ignorance & Anger?

Peabody Award-winner - Harvey Ovshinsky

n Thursday, October 12
at 7:00 p.m. at the
Maple/Drake Building
in the Janice Charach Epstein Mu-
seum/Gallery, enjoy a provocative
panel discussion moderated by

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Emmy and Peabody award win-
ner Harvey Ovshinsky. Does the
media indeed reflect society or is
social comment distorted by talk
radio?
Featured speakers include:
Mark Scott of WXYT.
Talk Radio show host.
Paul Winter, former talk show
host and narrator for
WTVS channel 56.
Dick Kernen, J.P. Industry rela-
tions-Specs Howard
School of Broadcast Arts.
Howard L. Simon, Executive
Director American Civil
Liberties Union, Michi-
gan.
Pre-registration is suggested by
calling Lorraine Morris at (810)
661-7649. Space will be held for
pre-registered participants until
6:45 p.m. Seating is limited.
Members: $2.00
Non-members: $3.00

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e works out at the
JPM Health Club
at least 4 times
per week. He uses a wide
range of exercise equip-
ment from treadmills to the
graviton. According to Sue
Miller, the JPM Health
Club Director, younger
members regard him as
their idol.
He works particularly
hard on his posture be-
cause "I don't want to look
like I am old, you know."
Who is he?He is 93 year old
Julius Speilberg the Cen-
ter's most mature Health Club
member.
Julius, and his wife Anna, who
is 91, have been married 69 years
live in Southfield. He first started
participating at the Claremont
Avenue JCC in Detroit when he
was in high school and has be-
longed ever since. Anna, who is
also a Health Club member,
mainly uses the new JPM state-
of-the-art swimming pool with a
ramp.
Julius has several dozen gold
medals for senior U.S. seedwalk-
ing championships and he trains
year round at the Wolverine Pac-
ers in Dearborn. He is the U.S.

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SIGN UP FOR OUR HEALTH CLUB TODAY
FOR M LITTLE AS
$35 PER MONTH.

NEW HEALTH CLUB MEMBERS WHO SIGN UP BEFORE
OCTOBER 15 ARE INCLUDED IN A DRAWING TO
WIN A FREE YEAR'S MEMBERSF-I IP.
*SOME RESTRICTIONS MAY APPLY

At...

Maple/Drake

October 8-

Child Development

Center Decorates JCC
Sukkah

October 9 -

Aerobic Excitement 'STEPS"
up

pend Sukkot with
the Jewish Parents
Institute on Sun-
day, October 15 from
11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Join
JPI members, associates
and friends to build
and decorate a sukkah,
participate in Israeli singing
and dancing, crafts, games
and more at beautiful Camp
Maas in Ortonville. Pack a picnic

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Closed for Sukkot

7:00 p.m.—Radio Panel
Discussion

jpm

October 8-

and advanced participants. The
JCC also has Water Workout and
Hydrotone throughout the year,
as well as Yoga, a universal fa-
vorite.
All lasses are induded in Health
Club memberships, and are avail-
able to non-members for a nomi-
nal fee. Student discount and
mature adult class cards can be
purchased for extra savings. For
further information, please con-
tact the Health Club at (810) 661-
7717 (Maple/Drake) or (810)
967-4030 (JPM).

Health Club "H1 Bucks" be-
gins for ten weeks

October 9 -

Closed for Sukkot

October 10-

Closed for Sukkot

October 11-

1:00 p.m. —Wednesday
Afternoon Social

October 12-

10:30 a.m. — For Women
Only

10:30 a.m. Men's Forum
Leader, Dave Weiner



12:30 p.m.—Yiddish Cul-
ture Club

October 13-
8:45 a.m.—Russian Accul-

turation Trip to Windsor

3:00 p.m.—Intergenera-
tional Choir

Photo by Ken Music

lunch, JPI will provide the drinks
and snacks. For further infor-
mation, call Elisa at (810) 661-
7636.

the JCC on the Internet



October 10-

12:30 p.m.—Drop in Bridge

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Closed for Sukkot

October 12-

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he Jewish Corn-
munity Center
is certainly the
place to belong for ex-
ercise classes. Under the
direction of Arlene
Agree, aerobics instruc-
tor and presenter for
over thirteen years, the
JCC aerobics program
is designed for all levels
and abilities.
New this fall are "Lite" Low Im-
pact Aerobics and "Lite" Weights
classes as well as Basic Step for be-
ginner enthusiasts and/or mature
adults. Serious weight training
and conditioning classes utilizing
the resistance of Body Bars, bands
and dumbells are available to
strengthen, tone, and shape every-
body. High intensity Low Impact,
"Combo Hi-Lo" Aerobics and a
variety of step classes (Step n' Lo
Impact, Tuff Step n' Weights, etc.)
are also offered for intermediate

Sukkot Celebration
Sponsored
by JPI

Champion in the 1500 and 5000
meter races. He attributes his suc-
cess to conditioning and eating
properly and a positive outlook
on life. In 1977, he noticed that he
was slowing down because of
problems in his legs. He was ad-
vised to do lots of walking and
has kept it up ever since. He says
that he avoids medicine except
for one aspirin every other day.
Last year he bought two pair of
shoes for speed walking on a
two-for-one sale. Why two? "Be-
cause one pair lasts me only up
to five years," he said.

.i his Week

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