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December 30, 1988 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-30

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END YOUR ROOFING PROBLEMS THROUGH
CRAFTSMANSHIP

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A Third Generation Roofing Family in Detroit

Apartment Association
Names Melvin Kaftan

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Member
5-20 Year Warranties 18161 W. 13 Mile Rd.
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Contractors
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Orchard Mall • West Bloomfield

The Apartment Association
of Michigan (AAM) an-
nounces its new president is
Melvin Kaftan. Kaftan has
been active in AAM for many
years and served as a vice
president in 1988. He is presi-
dent of Kaftan Enterprises.
Other officers are: first vice
president, Dave Sparrow of
Plaza Investment in Bloom-
field Hills; secretary, Mark T.
(Ted) Jacobson, Mark Jacob-
son and Associates in Birm-
ingham; and treasurer,
Melvin Rosenhaus of Uniland
Management Corp. in Far-
mington Hills.
Elected as vice presidents of

Book Review
At Center

Frances Weinberg will
review A Daughter's Promise,
by Julie Ellis at 1 p.m. Mon-
day in the library of the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center. There is a
charge for non-members of
the Center. Senior adults are
invited.
For information, call Judy
Samson or Marilyn Wolfe,
661-1000.

Young To Lead
Senior Group

Phyllis Young will lead a
new humanities group begin-
ning Thursday for senior
adults at the Maple/Drake
Jewish Community Center.
"Work and Life" will be the
focus of discussion in the Na-
tional Council on Aging
"Self-Discovery Through the
Humanities" Series. This
seven-part series will meet at
1 p.m. on Thursday after-
noons at Maple/Drake. There
is a charge. Advance registra-
tion is required.
For information, cotnact
Marilyn Wolfe or Judy Sam-
son, 661-1000.

Senior Adults
To Have Party

The senior adult depart-
ment of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will hold a
New Year's party for all
senior adult members. The
festivities will begin at
12:30 p.m. Saturday with Eric
Rosenow and his Continen-
tals performing in Jaffe Hall
of the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Building. Refreshments will
be served in the assembly

AAM were: Maurice Jerry
Beznos, Beztak/Beznos Group
Financial in Farmington
Hills; Robert Brody, The
Brody Group in Troy;
Jonathan Holtzman, Village
Green Management in Far-
mington Hills; John C. Hopp,
Jr., Hopp Management Co. in
Birmingham; Gerald Manko,
Hall Real Estate Group in
Southfield; Ron Slavik, The
Fourmidable Group in Farm-
ington Hills; and Craig
Smith, Lewiston-Smith Real-
ty in Oak Park.

Irvin Yackness will serve as
general counsel.

hall and in the atrium. Reser-
vations are required.
Richard Feldman, author of
End of the Line, will discuss
his book at the Tuesday Lec-
ture Series at 1 p.m. in the
assembly hall.
Following the lecture, the
third part of the movie, The
Helen Morgan Story will be
shown.
Chana Klein will discuss
Jewish literature in the
library at 10:15 a.m.
Wednesday.
The senior adult choir will
entertain the Yiddish
Culture Club with a medley
of Yiddish melodies at 12:30
p.m. Thursday in Jaffe Hall.

m"""INEWS

Israelis Want
New Elections

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Most
Israelis favor new elections,
but it probably wouldn't
make any difference.
According to a poll pub-
lished in Haaretz last week,
three quarters of them would
vote the same way they did in
the Knesset elections Nov. 1,
which produced a political
stalemate.
The poll was conducted by
the Pori organization during
the first week of December,
among a sampling of 1,200
Jews eligible to vote.
The survey found that 61.7
percent of the respondents
favor new elections; 13.4
percent of them demand elec-
toral reforms; and 74.8 per-
cent would not change the
way they voted a month
earlier.
Among supporters of new
elections, 74.8 percent voted
for the Labor Party and 58.4
percent for Likud.

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