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October 06, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-06

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44 Friday, October 6, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Home for Aged Residents
Tendered Family Picnic

THANKS

To the wonderful guys at the Southfield Athletic Club and
friends for the great ROAST in honor of

NATE COLEMAN.
wishing you all a
Happy New Year

Doris & Nate Coleman

ind
love be h

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Gussie Sak, seated, enjoys the festivities which took
place at a recent family picnic at .Prentis Manor —
Jewish Home for-Aged, sponsored by the facility. The
picnic was one of the home's many activities designed
to bring together residents, families, the community
and staff. Conducted by the Home's staff and a corps
of volunteers, the picnic featured food, a bazaar of the
the residents' crafts and a Dixieland band. Shown
with Mrs. Sak, are, from left: Kathrine Lockett, a
nurse's aide; , and Mr. and Mrs.. Louis Sak. More
than 300 persons were on hand for the picnic.

All Invitations
Exclusive
Hebrew Invitations

HAIFA Israel's scenic
Carmel mountain/
Mediterranean port city of
Haifa has become more ac-
cessible to tourists.
For the first time a special
direct bus line has been in-
stituted to link Ben-Gurion
Airport to this center of Is-
rael's northern region, 90
minutes distant, it was an-
nounced by the Haifa
Tourism Development
Association.

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Dedicating the Feldman Family Grove of 1,000
trees, established in Israel under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund, are from left: Mrs. Eleanor
Keys and Mrs. Marjorie Boraks.
23061 COOLIDGE HWY., OAK PARK, AT 9 Mt.
The Feldman Family cient home of the Mac-
Grove in Modin, Israel, an- cabees, has been estab-
lished in memory of Morris
Feldman, husband and
father and hotel owner, and
Jerome Feldman, son and
brother. Those planting the
grove include mother, Mrs.
Morris (Sadie) Feldman, the
brother, Arthur, - and the
two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor
Keys and Mrs. Marjorie
Boraks.
The senior Mr. Feldman
was the owner of the na-
tionally known Arethusa
Hotel and Mineral Bat-
hhouse in Mt. Clemens for
50 years. It was a landmark
and attracted patrons from
all over the land.
ON ALL FALL & WINTER STOCK
Mr. Feldman was
active in the Mt. Clemens
Jewish community. He
was president of Cong.
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Beth Teftlath Moses and
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was a leader in Bnai
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Sportswear and Sleepwear
was associated with the
-hotel. The elder Mr.
Feldman and his wife
moved to Miami Beach,
Boys: Infants to size 16
Girls: Infants to size 14
where he was honored at
an Israel Bond dinner
and where he died two
OFF
years ago.
Arthur, the surviving
EVERGREEN PLAZA — SOUTHFIELD Tues.-Fri. 10-9, Mon. & Sat. 10-6, Sunday 12-5 son, is an attorney. Mr-s.
Master Charge BankAmericard
Keys is on the staff of the
Evergreen & 12 Mile Rd.-559-6680
Detroit Jewish Family
Service.

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