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May 06, 1988 - Image 85

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-06

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SUMP PUMP

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DON'T LET HOUSEHOLD PESTS
HOLD YOU HOSTAGE!

OR POWER OUTAGE IS NO PROBLEM IF YOU
HAVE AN AUTOMATIC JET PUMP. $149.50

INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

352-9350

H. B. LEWIS PLUMBING

Senior Adult
Prom Slated

West Bloomfield High
School's Student Leadership
will sponsor a senior citizens
prom May 24 at 7 p.m. in the
cafeteria at West Bloomfield
High School.
Area Senior Citizens have
been invited, and the high
school students will escort
them. Interested seniors
should contact Barbara
Philka, 851-6100, ext. 330.

Need Chess,
Mah Jongg Sets

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Franklin ParK
27350 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan

Letters
to Israel

4803 4

Dearest Betty,

and thanked you for
r my life and
e
yous
did fo
ays courteous
time that I wrot
It's
about
what
you and You
Franklin
Park staff
Tower are alw sent with a
lifestyle.
and your
and helpful, and helped me find an apart uses of
,
perfect location and price. More than just an
apartment, I apPreciate all the other bonki
living at Franklin Park Towers: lots of parn
pool, tennis courts, exercise room and many
planned
becoming
activities. Truthfully, Betty, I had my and
reservations
about moving into an apartment
complex
't have
worri ed, you and
r and a
the rest
of the
at Franklin Park Towers go out
just
a unit,
but staff
I shouldn
of your way to make me feel like a neighbo
treasured friend. I would recommend Franklin Park
s to anyone, and I frequently do. Th anks again

Donations of mah jongg and
chess sets are being accepted
by the senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center, Jimmy Pren-
tis Morris Building. Persons
who wish to donate a set
should contact Diane Sands,
967-4030.

everything you've done.

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LOCAL NEWS

Detroiter Heads
Israel Songfest

of
Emma Schaver
Southfield, chairman of the
International Zimriya Com-
mittee, was in Israel as 750
choristers representing 28
Jewish choirs from seven
countries assembled on Mt.
Scopus, Jerusalem, for a
week's special 40th anniver-
sary zimriya.
Singers from Uruguay,
Hungary, the U.S., Canada,
England, France and
Switzerland were joined by
200 Israeli singers on the
Hebrew University campus.
During the week all choirs
studied Dov Carmel's Hymns
especially commissioned for
the occasion, as well as a
repertoire of Israeli songs. All
choirs met with Israeli com-
posers and conductors.

Beth El Honors
Its Teachers

Sandra Zipser, a member of
the Temple Beth El religious
school faculty, was honored
"for 15 years of service to the
congregation's eduCation pro-
gram," 13 of them teaching
second grade.
Honored for ten years of ser-
vice were: Laurel Epstein,
Barbara Dorfman, Dena
Sanders and Vicki Varnett.
Five-year honorees are:
Sheila Sage, Rosanne
DeRoven, Ruth Moss, Bar-
bara Herman and Jay
Kaplan.

Sincerely ,

Betty Israel, Leasing Consultant

27350 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034
(313) 356-8020

3a A FIRST PROPERTY COMMUNITY

ummer in the Country

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
in conjunction with Fresh Air Society
offers its

1988 Summer
Getaway Experience

For Mature Adults

located at the beautiful

Butzel Conference Center
in Ortonville, Michigan

— DATES —

WEEK 1 — JULY 11-JULY 17
WEEK 2 — JULY 18-JULY 24

JULY 25-JULY 31
WEEK 3
WEEK 4 — AUG. 1-AUG. 7



— FEES —
$275.00 per week for non-members
$215.00 per week for members

Fee includes room based on double occupancy, all meals and activities.

Call Micki or Esther for information 967-4030

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