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April 14, 1989 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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I LOCAL NEWS

The last thing you'll need
this summer is more
hot air.

LENNOX

central air conditioning and Kast's quality
service will assure you of cool comfort.

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Remember last summer? This summer could be just as hot.
But don't worry. Kast can install the Lennox, HS19, the quietest,
most rugged and efficient unit on the market. And these claims
aren't full of hot air:

• Save up to 45% on your electric bills
• Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio's (SEER)
up to 12...one of the highest there is
• Brown-out control to protect compressor
• 10-year limited warranty on compressor
• 2-year warranty on parts and labor

And as if the promise of cool comfort was
not enough, Kast will include a FREE
HONEYWELL T-8600 programmable
microprocessor thermostat.

Remember that Kast means quality products,
quality installation, and quality service. That's
why we were named contractor of the year by
Contracting Business Magazine, the leading
industry publication. Call us and see why.

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Hospice Names
Its Honorees

The Hospice Foundation, a
non-profit agency which
raises funds for Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan, has
announced the recipients of
its 1989 Crystal Rose Award
for Humanitarian Service.
They are Bernice Gershen-
son and Norman and Sylvia
Gershenson-Sloman.
The award will be presented
April 29 at the foundation's
annual Crystal Rose Ball, in
recognition of individual ef-
forts to raise the quality of life
for persons facing a life-
threatening illness. This year
marks the foundation's fourth
annual event, which raises
funds for the patient care pro-
grams for Hospice of
Southeastern Michigan.
In 1986, Harper Hospital
announced the dedication of
the Gershenson. Families
Radiation Oncology Center,
on the occasion of a gift of
$2.5 million from Mrs. Ger-
shenson and Mrs.
Gershenson-Sloman.
Among her affiliations,
Mrs. Gershenson-Sloman is a
board member of the Temple
Beth El Sisterhood and a
member of the board of the
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee. Mrs.
Gershenson is a vice presi-
dent of the women's commit-
tee of United Community
Services, on the executive
committee of the United
Foundation and a board
member of the Michigan
Opera Theater and the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
For tickets, call the Hospice
Foundation of Southeastern
Michigna, 552-1933.

Alzheimer's
Aid Offered

Alzheimer's Association-
Detroit Area Chapter has
developed a respite program
for families who have a
member afflicted with
Alzheimer's disease or
related disorder. The program
provides an in-home
volunteer and an adult day
care program where
volunteers work with clients
in a group setting in a day
care facility.
For information, contact Il-
ene Orlanski, 557-8277.

Machon Has
Learning Tour

Machon Mbrah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, announces that
plans are underway for an
organized learning tour of

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Israel for young professionals
to take place Dec. 20-Jan. 2.
The tour will emphasize a
study of biblical and
historical sights. First-class
accommodations are avail-
able.
For information, call the
Machon office, 967-0888.

Eye Checks,
Offered Free

The Cataract and Eye Care
Institute will offer a free
screening at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday.
Tests for glaucoma and
retinal problems, visual acui-
ty and cataracts will be con-
ducted at 3003 Woodward,
Berkley.

Adat Shalom
Siyyum Habikor

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Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual Siyyum
Habikor at 7:15 a.m. Wednes-
day. The event includes a
study session, service and
breakfast in preparation for
Passover.
The public is invited.

Tourette Has
Luncheon

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of the Turette Syn-
drome Association will spon-
sor a luncheon and fashion
show on Sunday at the Troy
Hilton Inn. There is an ad-
mission fee. For information,
call Andrea Tatum, 939-1441.

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JWV Has
Flag Project

The Jewish War Veterans,
Department of Michigan is
placing flag holder plaques on
the graves of fallen soldiers.
Anyone having information
on veterans who are buried at
Beth Abraham Tefilo or
Nusach H'Ari cemeteries
should contact the JWV of-
fice, 559-5680.

Shapiro Post
Has Meeting

Charles Shapiro Post will
meet on Sunday at 9 a.m. at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. It will be a
breakfast meeting. The
nomination and election of of-
ficers for 1989-1990 will take
place.
An installation brunch will
be held at the Holiday Inn
Fairlane on May 21. Reserva-
tions are required. All Jewish
War Veterans are invited to
, the business meeting.

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