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June 26, 1992 - Image 80

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-26

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LOCAL NEWS 1mm

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$100 monthly raise?

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with Franklin Bank

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Families Needed
To Host Teens

Refinancing can reduce your mortgage payment dra-
matically. For example, with a $75,000 mortgage,
lowering the rate by 2% means saving over $100 per
month! Or, if you have equity in your home, you could
keep your mortgage payment the same and get extra
cash for home improvements.

Whether you would like a monthly raise or a cash
bonus, Franklin Bank can make it easy. Rates are very
low, so don't delay. Call Franklin today at 358-5515.

Franklin
Bank

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State families are needed to
host European teens who will
begin arriving here July 1.
These students want to spend
time in Michigan experienc-
ing American style living.
Families need not speak a
foreign language to host since
the students have studied
English four to eight years
and want to practice it.
Evelyn and Julian Prince of
West Bloomfield, state coor-
dinators of Nacel Cultural
Exchanges, a non-profit
organization, are particular-
ly looking for three Jewish
families to host three girls
from France.
Scheduled to arrive on Ju-
ly 1 and leave on July 30,
Benedicte Ghanassia, a
15-year-old Parisian girl, en-
joys sports, reading,
videogames, museums and
movies. Her family consists of
a 19-year-old brother, her
father who is a cardiologist,
and her mother, who works
with him as a medical
assistant.
Emmanuelle Singer, a
17-year-old girl from
Strasbourg, is the oldest of
three children. Emmanuelle
will be here July 31-Aug. 28.
Her father is a gynecologist
and her mother is a
psychologist.
Marion Gelbert, age 18
from Paris, wants to spend the
1992-93 academic year with a
Jewish family. She is the
youngest of three children.
She enjoys gymnastics, swim-
ming, shopping, photography,
movies, music, concerts and
museums. Her father has a
clothing store, and her
mother manages a publishing
house.
The students bring pocket
money, and their parents pay
their transportation and in-
surance. Some host families
take their guests on trips;
others share their everyday
lifestyle. The Princes care-
fully match host families and
students according to their in-
terests and activities.
Families interested in
hosting one of the Jewish
girls or another student from
France, Spain or Germany
should phone Evelyn and
Julian Prince, 626-6641.

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Hidden Children will hold a
meeting 10 a.m. June 28 at
the home of Erna Gorman.
For information, call Ms.
Gorman, 626-0385.

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