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July 30, 1982 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-30

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Friday, July 30, 1982 23

Federation. Apartments Wing Will Have 103 Units for Elderly

ontinued from Page 1)
erate means age 62 and
older, will reside in units
consisting of a living room,
bedroom, kitchen and bath.
Ten percent of the units will
be designed for the handi-
The project will be con-
structed under the U.S. De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development pro-
gram for elderly housing,
and the mortgage includes a
rental subsidy for the units.
Rent for each applicant is
determined by income and
The present -waiting list
of the Jewish Federation
Apartments will be used for
the West Bloomfield
facility, and placement will
be determined according to
chronological order of appli-
Early next year, the
first 103 names on the
existing list of about 1,000
applicants will be asked
their preference for the
Oak Park or West Bloom-

field apartments. Those
who select the former will
remain on the waiting list
until a vacancy occurs in
Oak Park. Those request-
ing the West Bloomfield
location will be called for
an interview to deter-
mine eligibility.
For applications, call the
JFA, 967-4240.
Winkelman said that fu-
ture plans for the facility
are for an additional 100 un-
its; the structure is designed
for that addition.
"We are extremely
pleased to be able to provide
additional housing at af-
fordable rents for the older
members of our commu-
nity," he said. "The move
toward condominiums and
the rapid increase in rents
have caused severe hard-
ships for many people.
"This housing pr-ovides
the many options necessary
for secure - living ar-
rangements and enables the
elderly to maintain their
independence and self-

Vocational Service and the •own furniture; however,
Jewish Community Center electric stoves, refrigerators
will be available.
and drapes will be fur-
The many features of nished. Further, they will
the epicenter, or plaza, have the use of laundry
which will link the facilities and recreational
Apartments and RJE, areas. Each apartment will
will further enhance the have an emergency call bell
social and recreational to be monitored round the
outlets of the residents. clock.
Their needs were care-
Although the Apart-
fully considered in the ments will operate on its re-
agency's consultation ntal income (set at $481 per
with national housing unit, as approved by HUD)
design specialists Leon and is expected to be self-
Pastalan and Lorraine sufficient, the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation will sub-
As in the JFA's Prentis sidize the five-day-a-week
Towers in Oak Park, the kosher dinner, as it does at
residents will bring their the Oak Park facility.

The proposed Residence for Jewish Elderly and
Jewish Federation Apartments complex in West
Jewish Family Service,
esteem," Winkelman said.
One hot kosher dinner Sinai Hospital, Jewish
will be served five days a
week and is required for all
residents. There will be
him for his Hebrew name so had lost every game on
transporation to shopping,
(Copyright 1982, JTA, Inc.)
that he could be called up for that particular road trip.
and the residents them-
NEW YORK — Irving an aliya. Kaze said the
selves will oper.ite a small
The shammas looked at
store carrying basic prod- Kaze is publicity director of necessary prayers over the Kaze and whispered back to
the New York Yankees Torah while the reader read
him, "I can't make that Me
baseball team.
the portion alloted to him.
As in Oak Park, support
A few years ago, when
It is customary hi tradi-
services of Federation's Kaze was the travelling sec-
"Why not?", asked Kaze.
other agencies, including retary for the California tional synagogues for one
"I happen to be a White
who has been called to
Angels, his team was play- the Torah to have a Sox fan and it is against my
ing a ,series in • Chicago prayer made by the will and nature to make Me
against the White Sox. Kaze shammas for himself and Shebaraksh for visiting
(Continued from Page 1)
and the elderly. The team
With construction and had yahrzeit that particular sometimes for a departed teams," answered the
homes without a great concerned itself with both operating endowment, week and he wended his soul of a sick member of shammas of the Chicago
amount of personal Care cost effectiveness and a de-
the RJE project is ex- way to the Chicago Loop the family. At any rate, i.,,Loop Synagogue. Kaze was
provided. sign that would be pleasing pected to total close to Synagogue.
Kaze asked the shammas so taken back with this cute
Being a stranger in the to make a Me Shebarakh approach of the shammas
Residents of the RJE to the residents.
will be fairly indepen-
A vital part of the Resi-
On Monday, the Federa- synagogue the shammas for the Angelg who were that he donated an amount
dent and capable of pur- dence for Jewish Elderly, as tion Board of Governors ap- approached him and asked in a horrible slump and to charity anyway.
suing community in- well as Jewish Federation - proved a capital needs grant
volvements; they may Apartments, will be the
of $2,424,000 for the project.
need minimal .services, plaza linking the two build-
A major capital fund
but they will not require , ings in which will be located drive will be mounted soon
nursing care. Programs a synagogue for daily serv- by the home, assisted by the
will be designed to pro- ices, a dining room, mini Jewish Welfare Federation.
litres of Pepsi with every express Lube OH Change!
mote independence.
shopping mall and lounge Federation's United Jewish
Charities is funding the
In addition, at this site area for the use of all resi-
capital project based on
the home will continue its dents.
.A full range of -rec- Pledges received in the capi-
sponsorship of a day pro-
gram for elderly people liv- reational and educational tal fund drive. UJC also will
ing in the community. The programs will be developed hold endowment funds for
Borinan Hall day program with residents doing much operation- of the RJE.
Inquiries regarding resi-
also will remain in opera- of the programming. 'A
tion. In each case, transpor- shuttle system will be de- dency are being accepted by
tation and three meals a day . signed to transport resi- the RJE at 661-2999.
Information on fees and
will be provided, along with dents to the Jewish Com-
an array of activities and munity Center and to eligibility criteria will be
nearby shopping.
The residential area will
contain 96 rooms. There
will be 80 single suites, six
deluxe single suites and 10
Includes 4 qts. Mobil Special
double-occupancy suites.
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Additionally, four pairs of
plus 9 point car check
single suites can be joined
Or choose one of these 'other great offers
by a door to permit the two-
room suite to work as a liv-
ing room and separate bed-
room. The variety of options
will _permit different ar-
rangements to suit the pref-
erences of future residents.
Each room will have a
private bathroom, dressing
area and living space large
enough for various furni-
ture placements. The sec-
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will have balconies. Each
residential floor will have a
lounge and laundromat.
Our oils meet all
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On the first floor-of the
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err lt,r1., 5 (its Mona 111
car warranty Iiicludes
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lubl , Of imp,
residential area will be a
beauty shop / barber
9 point car check
9 point car check
9 point car check
shop and a doctor's con-
sulting room which will
be used -by the facility's
These offers are good only at: -
nurse — the only medical
Naamat, the Israeli women's organization, had
New Owner
personnel employed for these leaflets distributed in Sidon and Tyre after the
this building.
fighting in June, inviting Lebanese women and small
Interior designer Ruth children to be guests of Israeli families in northern
Schnee and architect Nick Israel. The Arabic leaflet begins, "Unit for the Aid to
10 Mile & Greenfield, 552-0015
Pastor worked with Lor- the Civilian Population of Southern Lebanon." It con-
raine Hiatt, a special con- cludes, "Let us hope that your visit will establish a
Prices shown are for most cars Dealer reserves the right to change prices and discounts
sultant in environments bridge of understanding among our peoples."

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