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June 05, 1992 - Image 56

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-05

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Mac McCoy

says . . .

Just
Climb
It!

ALPINE LIFE SPORTS
1000 WITH SMART STEP

'The Alpine Life
Sports 1000
combines
effective aerobic
conditioning
with an.
efficient

NON-IMPACT

lower body
workout.

Three Ways
to Climb!

• Program
Mode
• Self
Program
Mode
• Manual
Mode

DETROIT'S
HIGHEST
RATES

Minimum Deposit of $500
36 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

6.500%
6.6600/0*

Effective Annual Yield *

Compounded Quarterly.

gar

1995 99

THREE YEAR HOME WARRANTY

ALPINE LIFE SPORTS

SMART - STEP

Nobody else has it.
Nobody ever will.

Innovative Design. Superior Technology.
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when you want it and Dependent Step Action
when you 8MAQT
need it.
Backed by over
STEP thirty years of
manufacturing
8Y8TEM experience.

SOUTHFIELD NEWBERRY PLAZA

26630 Southfield Rd.
Walled Lake
Southfield, MI 48076
39600 West 14 Mile
(between 101/2 & 11 Mile) (corner 14 Mile & Haggerty)

LIVONIA

13250 Newburgh Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
(11/2 blocks off 1-96)

(313) 557-6550 (313) 960-0050 (313) 462-2697

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-7;
Sat. 10-6; Sund. 12-5

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Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-7;
Sat 10-6

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1992

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-6

This is a fixed rate ac-
count that is insured to
$100,000 by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.
(FDIC). Substantial In- ‘
terest Penalty for early
withdrawal from cer-
tificate accounts. Rates
subject to change
without notice.

FIRST
SECURITY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN OFFICE
PHONE
2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills
33817700
(Just South of
Square Lake)
352•7700

HOURS:
MON.-THURS.
k-z*;\ 9:30-4:30

9:30-6:00

Bernard Weisberg accepts his plaque from Robert
Steinberg and Jack Schon.

.

JHA Honors. Weisberg,
Installs Its Officers

At the recent annual
meeting of the Jewish Home
for Aged, the installation of
the 1992-93 officers and board
members took place. Elected
to the board for new three-
year terms were: Dr. Stewart
Epstein, Stuart Epstein,
Robert Kleiman, Gary Shiff-
man and Leah Snider. Re-
elected to additional three-
year terms were: Leonard
Baron, Maxine Canvasser,
Marvin Danto, Baejamin
Frank, Marvin Goldman,
Evelyn Kasle, Milford Nemer
and Jack Schon.
Elected as officers were:
Jack Schon, president; Mar-
vin Goldman and Michael
Perlman, vice presidents;
Michael Kramer, vice presi-
dent and treasurer, and Julie
Levy, secretary.

Jack Schon was praised by
past president Herbert
Aronsson for his leadership
and personal involvement in
the Home. Schon noted that
the Home has been getting its
house in financial order while
at the same time focusing on
care issues, family involve-
ment and stronger communi- •
ty ties.

Life membership was be-
stowed upon Bernard Weis-
berg for his years of service on
the board. In delivering
remarks preceding the
presentation of a life member
plaque, past president Robert
Steinberg described Weis-
berg's sensitivity to the needs
of Jewish elderly and his
direct involvement with the
Home.

Home For Aged
Honors Volunteers

.

At the recent volunteer
recognition party for the
Jewish Home for Aged, the
Volunteer Group Award for
1992 was presented to the
Sally Allan Alexander Beth
Jacob School for Girls' ches-
ed program, which visited
Borman Hall residents every
Sunday morning.
The Volunteer of the Year
award was presented to Anna
Mickel, who has given 18
years of service to the Home.

Bockoff
Mickel
This year's volunteers
honored for more than 2,000
hours of service included

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