Serving Detroit's Metropolitan
for four decades.
Charles A. Buerger
Arthur M. Horwitz
Windemere is more...
much more than a rf„,
convalescent home gi
or home for seniors.
Carla Jean Schwartz
Lisa S. Kamil
Laurie A. Silberg
Windemere is truly
a very special place.
ecause it provides the
needed by the elderly
while preserving the environ-
mental characteristics of a
Herman Frankel Organization Residen-
There is complete separation between
the Full Service Convalescent Home on
the upper floor and the Supportive
Care Manor on the lower floor. The
building is on a hillside and both levels
have direct access to the extensively
DEADLINE: Tuesday noon
Rex Lanyi and Herman Frankel, the
developers, are particularly proud that
Windemere both functionally and
aesthetically provides a residential
environment that preserves dignity,
beauty, and maximum independence at
a time in life that its residents require
some medical and social support.
Words cannot describe the feelings
that created Windemere. You must see
it to appreciate what it offers. Please drop
in or call 661 1700 for an appointment.
EDITORIAL DEADLINE: All
public and social announcements
must be received by Friday noon,
seven days prior to desired date of
publication. Must be typewritten.
DEADLINE: Monday 4:30 p.m.
SUBSCRIPTIONS: 1 year-$26 — 2
years-$46. Out of State-$29 per year.
Foreign-$42 per year.
A Supportive and Skilled Care Residence
Windemere is located at
o950 Farmington Road
South of Maple Road
20300 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076-4138
© 1988 by The Detroit Jewish News
FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1988