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December 04, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-04

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I LOCAL NEWS)

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• FREE DELIVERY

WALDRAKE
PHARMACY

•SENIOR CITIZEN
DISCOUNT

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Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

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Power and Manual Wheelchairs
• Hospital Beds and Accessories
Walkers and Canes
• Dietary Food Supplements
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• Patient Care and Wound Care Supplies
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• Independent Living Aids
• Bathroom Safety Equipment

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Also Available: • Heavy Glass Table Tops • Tub & Shower Enclosures • Pedestals

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Sandor and Laszlo Slomovits — Gemini — will perform in a special
Chanukah program.

Gemini To Perform
At Adventure Center

All it takes is one can of
food per person to gain admit-
tance to the Tamarack Adven-
ture Center and a Chanukah
celebration including a con-
cert by Gemini on Dec. 20
from noon to 5 p.m.

In their concerts, Gemini
celebrates with audiences the
joy and wonder of childhood
and growing up. A family con-
cert with Gemini involves

Items of distinctive geometrical shapes
for the modern desk where efficiency
goes hand in hand with elegance.

Daum provides a variety of cars such
as the Eldorado, Mercedes, LeMans,
Riviera and many nautical choices.

Come to LaBret's and see the wonder-
ful selection we have to offer.

LaBret Jewelers

Fine Jewelry And Gifts

IN ROBIN'S NEST • WEST BLOOMFIELD • 7421 Orchard Lake Road
Corner of Orchard Lake Rd. and Northwestern Hwy.

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 • Thurs. 10-8 • Repairs done on premises • 737-2333

Visa, American Express, Mastercard, Diners Club • Free Gift Wrap • Cash Refunds

16

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1987

children and adults. Gemini
has released three albums.
Canned goods will be
donated to the Oakland
County Food Bank.
Crafts, sports and the other
Tamarack Adventure Center
activities will be available.
Gemini will perform at 2 p.m.
This project is sponsored by
The Jewish News, Tamarack
Adventure Center and Jewish
Experiences for Families.

Burton Will Chair
Endowment Committee

Lester S. Burton has been
named chairman of the
Legacy and Letter of Intent
Committee of the Federated
Endowment Fund. George M.
Zeltzer, chairman of the
Federated Endowment Fund
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion/United Jewish Charities,
also named Abraham Burns-
tein and Joel D. Gershenson
as vice chairmen.
The committee will educate
the community about the im-
portance of endowment pro-
grams for the future and the
many types of giving oppor-
tunities, according to Zeltzer.
The Federated Endowment
Fund was created in 1984 by
the Federation and UJC in
partnership with Federation's
member agencies. With an
overall goal of $150 million, it
is building upon earlier ef-
forts which had created a
base of permanent funds. The
FEF has two goals: to ensure
that human service needs can
be met in the future, par-
ticularly in the case of a
crisis; and to enable the crea-
tion of innovative programs

Lester Burton

that could not otherwise be
funded by the community.
Burton said that through a
Letter of Intent, an in-
dividual can take the first
step in perpetuating his com-
itement to the community
while memorializing his
name or that of loved ones.
Burton has been a member
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Board of Governors and
serves on its Capital Needs
Division.

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