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October 20, 1995 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-20

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Closed end leases: 24 months 045, 36 months J30, G20, 130. G20 requires S1500 down, J30 requires S2700 down, 130 S2500 down, 045 S2500 down. All leases require 1st mo. pymt, doc,
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religious charms and pendants allows you to
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Communication
Skills Taught

Disabilities
Support Group

A common-sense approach to im-
proving an individual's personal
and professional communications
through verbal and body lan-
guage will be discussed by Eric
Oliver 4 p.m., Nov. 1, at the Max
M. Fisher Building.
The event is sponsored by the
Professional Advisory Commit-
tee of the Jewish Federation's
Federated Endowment Fund.
Mr. Oliver is the founder of
Met2Systems, a training and con-
sulting firm he established in
1981. He is an author, business
trainer, speaker and profession-
al development coach. With more
than 16 years of academic and
on-the-job experience in commu-
nications, he will share secrets to
improving perception and per-
suasion skills that can better an
individual's marketability, pro-
ductivity and success.
Reservations are needed by
Oct. 26. There is a $15 charge per
person.
For details, call Jonathan
Lowe at the Jewish Federation,
(810) 642-4260.

Jewish Family Service, the
Agency for Jewish Education,
and Keshet have developed a
support group for siblings and
parents of people with disabili-
ties.
This group is an outgrowth of
the September Family Circle Pro-
gram, "My Brother's Keeper?" in
which participants shared feel-
ings about issues concerning their
relationships with Jewish per-
sons with disabilities.
The support group will be
facilitated by Margaret Weiner,
associate executive director, Jew-
ish Family Service and adjunct
assistant professor of psychiatry,
Wayne State School of Medicine.
The first session will be held
on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 7-9 p.m. at
the Agency for Jewish Education
library. For information, call
Bayla Landsman, (810) 354-1050.

Accountants
Hold Seminar

B'nai B'rith Accountants Unit
will hold its annual all-day
accounting and auditing seminar
on Thursday, Oct. 26, 8 a.m.-4:30
p.m. at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue.
Speakers and topics will be an-
nounced. The program will qual-
ify for eight hours of accounting
and auditing C.P.E. Registration.

Memory Lane
Slide Shows

Temple Israel will hold a pro-
gram hosted by the Adult Edu-
cation Committee, "Where We've
Been and Where We Are," a slide
show of Jewish landmarks of
yesteryear, presented by Irwin
Cohen following a light breakfast
on Sunday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m.
to noon.
For reservations, call the Tem-
ple Israel school office, (810) 661-
5700.

Heritage Ball Aids
Sinai Programs

Diamonds
and Fine jewelry

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The sixth annual Heritage Ball,
sponsored by the Sinai Health
Care Foundation, will be held
Oct. 25, at the Westin Hotel. Tick-
et prices are $250. Proceeds will
benefit Sinai Hospital's digestive
health programs.
For information, call Bobbie
Blitz, (313) 493-5680 or (313) 493-
5877.

Masorti Plans
Nov. Reception

A reception in support of the
Conservative (Masorti) Move-
ment in Israel will be held at
the home of Doreen and David
Hermelin in Bingham Farms on
Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m. The Masorti
Movement includes 44 Kehillot
(synagogue/centers), a youth
movement serving youngsters
throughout the country, a sum-
mer camp, day camps, early
childhood enrichment programs,
programs to teach basic Judaism
to new Russian immigrants and
a para-professional job training
program for Ethiopian immi-
grants.
Herschel Blumberg, president
of the Foundation for Conserva-
tive/Masorti Judaism in Israel,
will speak about the recent suc-
cesses of the Masorti Movement
in its efforts to promote the le-
gitimate religious rights of all
Jews in Israel.
For information, contact Ellen
Glen, 352-6717; or Gerald Cook,
851-0517.

Group's Focus
Is Divorce

The Caring Community Com-
mittee, co-chaired by Barbara
Dechter and Linda Ross, has de-
veloped a Divorce Support Group
for people who have recently been
divorced. The group will begin on
Sunday, Oct. 29, and continue for
six consecutive weeks.
The group will meet at Tem-
ple Israel from 10-11:30 a.m.,
facilitated by Janice G. Tracht, a
family therapist in private prac-
tice.
For information or to register,
call Nancy Gad-Harf, 661-5700.

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