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August 19, 1995 | ED BOND
Painting, knitting, sewing, baking--Alegre Abrahamy has tackled almost as many skills as countries she has lived in. "I'm always into everything," said Abrahamy, an eight-year resident of Reseda's Jewish Home for the Aging, which hosted an arts and crafts exhibit this week. Displayed on a table in the middle the exhibit was a painting by Abrahamy of an Arab and a Jew living peacefully together in a market. Although Abrahamy painted it, she gives her sister credit as the artist.
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April 15, 2009 | Lisa Girion
Brotman Medical Center in Culver City, with the help of the Jewish Home for the Aging, emerged from bankruptcy protection Tuesday in a way that may result in a new senior living facility on the Westside. The 420-bed hospital said it returned to profitability after securing $29 million in financing, including $23 million in loans from the Jewish home.
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REAL ESTATE
June 23, 1985 | RUTH RYON, Times Staff Writer
Sheldon J. Blumenthal likes to repeat what he terms "a traditional Jewish greeting" that goes: "May you live to be 120." Hardly anybody lives that long, but Blumenthal, executive director of Jewish Homes for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles in Reseda, is seeing more and more people getting close to it. "And why not?" he asks. "That's what Moses did, and he could see and hear and have sex. He was very healthy."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2000 | KARIMA A. HAYNES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Elderly women chat over a kosher meal in a dining room. Older men listen to a rabbi during a daily worship service. Aged couples gather in common rooms to celebrate sacred holidays and traditions. Since 1913, the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging has provided residential care for the city's elderly Jewish population, a demographic that is expected to double by 2040, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2000 | KARIMA A. HAYNES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Elderly women chat over a kosher meal in a dining room. Older men listen to a rabbi during a daily worship service. Aged couples gather in common rooms to celebrate sacred holidays and traditions. Since 1913, the Los Angeles Jewish Home for the Aging has provided residential care for the city's elderly Jewish population, a demographic that is expected to double by 2040, officials said.
BUSINESS
April 15, 2009 | Lisa Girion
Brotman Medical Center in Culver City, with the help of the Jewish Home for the Aging, emerged from bankruptcy protection Tuesday in a way that may result in a new senior living facility on the Westside. The 420-bed hospital said it returned to profitability after securing $29 million in financing, including $23 million in loans from the Jewish home.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 1, 1989
UCLA and the Jewish Homes for the Aging have announced the creation of the Borun Center for Gerontological Research in Reseda. The facility is designed to support and conduct research into ways of improving the lives of older people through non-medical means. "This is an important enterprise to address social, economic, environmental, psychological and health problems of the aging," said Dr. E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1996 | Larry B. Stammer, Times religion writer
Today's question: AIDS researchers now say that the deadly disease can be managed like a chronic case of diabetes with a combination of expensive drugs. But with annual drug costs of $16,000, some fear that only the rich and insured will have access to them. Does the government, and/or insurance and pharmaceutical companies have a moral responsibility to make the drugs available to those who cannot afford them? Prof.
NEWS
May 19, 1987 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
In moonlighting speeches made mostly to special-interest groups, Sen. Pete Wilson (R-Calif.) supplemented his $75,100 congressional salary by $31,000 last year. Sen. Alan Cranston (D-Calif.) supplemented his by $18,000, according to financial disclosure statements released Monday. The statements, which list 1986 income and holdings, generally in broad ranges of value, are required of high government officials to identify possible conflicts of interest.
NEWS
December 26, 1985 | MARY LOU LOPER, Times Staff Writer
Les Dames de Champagne has come of age. Members will be celebrating 21 Twelfth Night Bal Masques on Jan. 6 at the revamped Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in a flashback to the first Academy Awards in 1929. Mrs. Glen Wills of Pasadena is pulling out stops for a "colossal, stupendous, gigantic" black-tie dinner dance. Buddy Rogers, who won an early statuette for "Wings," will be honorary chairman, and some of Hollywood's greats, including Jean Louis, Ralph Edwards, Howard W.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1995 | ED BOND
Painting, knitting, sewing, baking--Alegre Abrahamy has tackled almost as many skills as countries she has lived in. "I'm always into everything," said Abrahamy, an eight-year resident of Reseda's Jewish Home for the Aging, which hosted an arts and crafts exhibit this week. Displayed on a table in the middle the exhibit was a painting by Abrahamy of an Arab and a Jew living peacefully together in a market. Although Abrahamy painted it, she gives her sister credit as the artist.
REAL ESTATE
June 23, 1985 | RUTH RYON, Times Staff Writer
Sheldon J. Blumenthal likes to repeat what he terms "a traditional Jewish greeting" that goes: "May you live to be 120." Hardly anybody lives that long, but Blumenthal, executive director of Jewish Homes for the Aging of Greater Los Angeles in Reseda, is seeing more and more people getting close to it. "And why not?" he asks. "That's what Moses did, and he could see and hear and have sex. He was very healthy."
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