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March 25, 1988 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-25

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Plan For
His Future Too

When you plan for your
future and the future of those
you love . . . please think
about Rodney, and all the
children like him ... children
with cystic fibrosis and other
serious lung-damaging
diseases.

pelfeld. It will continue each
Monday until July 25. There
is a fee.

""""'"1 YOUTH P"'"'"

A legacy from you to provide
life-saving research and care
programs will help prolong
their lives and give them
hope for a future.

Quiz Bowl
On Israel

Sixteen teams from
religious schools from all over
the metropolitan Detroit area
will meet at 2 p.m. April 24
at the Jewish Community
Center in West Bloomfield to
participate in a quiz based on
their knowledge of Israel.
The 16 schools involved are:
Akiva Hebrew Day Schol,
Jewish Parents Institute,
Temple Kol Ami, Temple
Israel, Birmingham 'Thmple,
Hillel Day School, Temple
Emanu-El, 'Thmple Beth El,
Cong. Shaarey Zedek School,
Adat Shalom U.H.S., Beth
Achim U.H.S., Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses U.H.S., B'nai
Israel U.H.S., B'nai Moshe
U.H.S., Beth Shalom and
Temple Beth Jacob.
The "knowledge quiz bowl"
is sponsored by: the Jewish
Community Center, Jewish
Community Council, Jewish
Educators Council and the
Jewish Welfare Federation.

For information, write your
local Cystic Fibrosis Chapter,
or
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
3379 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30326

Wanna Get Lucky
For Passover?

Hurry to
The Shirt Box
and enjoy
Pesachdikeh
savings of

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19011 W. Ten Mile Rd., Southfield

(Between Southfield and Evergreen)

352-1080

Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation .

Fighting Children's Lung Diseases

PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR

*Off retail prices. Offer expires April 2, 1988

This space contributed as a public service.

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The most luxurious

convalescent facility in
the Metro Detroit area

B'nei Akiva Has
Poster Contest

B'nei Akiva will sponsor a
drawing contest for youth in
grades one through five on
the theme, "Israel: 40 Years of
Independence."
All entries must be clearly
marked on the back with the
name, address, phone number
and grade of the applicant,
and may be delivered either
to the B'nei Akiva office,
25034 Rue Versailles E., Oak
Park, or to one of the for-
thcoming Sunday fun groups
at Young Israel of Southfield.
All posters will be on
display and prizes will be
awarded April 21 at the Yom
Haatzmaut celebration at
Young Israel of Oak-Woods.
For information, contact An-
nette Appel, 967-3742.

B'NAI B'RITH

New President
For Lodge

Maurice C. Zeiger will in-
stall Kenneth Kohn as its
president during its bi-annual
banquet at Punchinello's in
Birmingham on Saturday.
Also being installed are: vice
presidents Robert Pliskow
and Alvin Tendler; recording
secretary Sheldon Kohn; cor-
responding secretary Julius
A. Chupack; treasurer,
Milton Kohn; and chaplain
Martin Kohn.

This extraordinary nursing center is conveniently located in West
Bloomfield. It offers outstanding medical, nursing and rehabilitative
care in an elegant setting. While the facility specializes in providing
skilled nursing care, it also has accommodations for those in need of
"assisted" or "supportive" care.

Spacious Mini-Suites and Deluxe Semi-Private Accommodations

All have private baths and are professionally decorated. Some of
the suites have their own walk-in spa-tubs! Every suite has a
magnificent view of either the enclosed courtyards or the
wooded park-like grounds. The entire center is 100`)/0 equipped
with a sprinkler system for maximum safety.

The Unique "Town Center Plaza"

The Plaza is a cluster of special shops inside the facility where
residents and visitors can enjoy each other's company. • A
Pub • Snack Shop • Beauty Salon • A Flower and Gift
Shop • An Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Parlour. No other facility
has anything like it for socialization and enjoyment.

Fine Dining

Delicious appetizing meals are graciously. served at well-
appointed tables in our beautiful dining room by a friendly and
attentive staff. All therapeutic diets are meticulously prepared and
carefully monitored under the direction of executive chef Paul
Wolshon, formerly of the Marriott Hotels. Linger over your
dessert, as you would in a fine restaurant.

KOSHER MEALS AVAILABLE

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Exciting and Varied Activities

The facility has a full range of varied activities and planned
recreational opportunities to keep residents involved and mentally
stimulated. Residents can participate as much or as little as they
choose. Our programs fit the individual — not the other way
around.

Seeing is believing. Honor us by a visit. Let us show you the

most extraordinary facility in the area. Our courteous admissions
staff is available to discuss the proper and most appropriate
placement for the resident.
Weekdays: 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays: 12 Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Appointments can always be made to suit your special needs or

convenience.

• Deluxe semi-private rates
begin at $55 per day

• Private mini-suite rates
begin at $99 per day

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and Convalescent

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(Opposite Corner of Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield)

A RECOVERY HOTEL AND SENIOR RESIDENCE Call 661-1600
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