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May 24, 1996 - Image 176

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-05-24

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The Address Of Choice
For The Lifestyle You Choose:
Franklin Club

A Heritage Of Excellence
For nearly two decades Franklin
Club has offered the atmosphere,
amenities and value people look
for in a full service adult commu-
nity. From delicious meals served
by a friendly waitstaff to the avail-
ability of various health care
options, Franklin Club may
be exactly the

fortable, spacious models are
available. Prepare your own meals
if you wish, or select one of the
dining plans we offer. Weekly
maid service is another option.
And just moments from your front
door, you'll find everything from
escorted van service, exercise
classes and card games to
dozens of other recre-
ational and social activi-
ties — all are

older adults who require occa-
sional personal assistance. Resi-
dents may enjoy all Franklin Club
amenities secure in the knowl-
edge that trained, caring help is
available 24 hours a day.
Welcome To The Club
We wel-

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address you've been
looking for.
The Apartrnents
At Franklin Club
Choose the apartment home that
suits your lifestyle. Several com-

yours to pick froin at
Franklin Club.
Bridgepoint .
At Franklin Club
Easy living apartment homes for



come you to learn
more about the good
times, good friends
and good living awaiting you at
Franklin Club. For a free bro-
chure, or to arrange a personal
tour, call 353-2810.



.28301 Franklin Road Southfield, MI 48034 810/353-2810

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FOR MEN ONLY

Great Cover-Up

Custom Window Treatments

Executive Haircuts & Trims

Done professionally in your
office at your convenience.
Specializing in prompt service.

•Horizontals

•Verticals

•Pleated Shades

• Wood Blinds

•Fabric Toppers

•Silhouette

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810-661-8156

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Professional measures
& design consultation
L with no obligation

JilliV Plans
Memorial Services

Applications are being accepted
for the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit 1996-97
educational scholarship fund
which provides financial assis-
tance to families with children
in Jewish Sunday, afternoon
and evening schools.
The scholarships are award-
ed on the basis of a family's fi-
nancial need and part of a larger
initiative to encourage members
of the community to join syna-
gogues and temples while at the
same time promoting Jewish ed-
ucation.
Funds for the scholarships
come from the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
Scholarship forms are avail-
able at the schools and at the
Jewish Federation. Priority will
be given to families who have
current or pending membership
in congregations. Completed ap-
plications must be returned to
the school by June 28.
Families will be notified by
August if their child qualifies for
a scholarship.
For details, call the Planning
Department of the Jewish Fed-
eration, (810) 642-4260; or your
school.

Memorial Day Services for Michi-
gan Jewish War Veterans and
Ladies Auxiliary will be shared
by Canadian and Russian Jew-
ish War Veterans on Sunday,
May 26, 10 a.m. at the Veteran
portion of Machpelah Cemetery,
21701 Woodward, Ferndale.
The program will be high-
lighted by memorial prayers
sung by Cantor Max Shimansky
of Beth Achim Synagogue and ri-
fle salute by the JWV Honor
Guard.
A second service will be held
at the Hebrew Memorial Park
Cemetery, 21503 14 Mile Rd., Mt.
Clemens, at noon in remem-
brance of the Jewish servicemen
and women buried at that loca-
tion.

Family Outing
To See Tigers

CLUB
FRANKLIN
Where You Choose Your Lifestyle

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Scholarship Funds
Are Offered

Call
810-308-8572

Send Someone
Special A Gift
52 Weeks a Year.

Send a gift
subscription to

THE

JEWISH NEWS

(810) 354-6620

The Temple Israel Brotherhood
will sponsor a family outing at
Tiger Stadium on Sunday, May
26, at 1:15 p.m.; the Detroit
Tigers will host the Cleveland
Indians. Upper deck seats near
the Tigers' bullpen have been re-
served.
As a community service, the
brotherhood will provide free re-
served tickets to JARC for this
event.
For information, call the Tem-
ple Israel office, 661-5700.

Movie, Class
At The JPM

The next Yiddish movie is Green
Fields on June 3, at 12:45 p.m.

at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Community Center. This Yid-
dish movie with English subti-
tles stars Michael Goldstein and
Herschel Bernardi. There is no
charge.
"The Ascent of Man" will be
offered Tuesday, June 4, from
10-11 a.m. The class is taught
by Earl Ernstein and will meet
every other week for eight
weeks. There is no charge. Ad-
vance registration can be made
by calling 967-4030.

Windsor Honors
Frances Parnes

Edward L. Greenspan, one of
Canada's criminal lawyers and
a civil libertarian, will be among
persons who will gather Tuesday,
June 11, to honor Windsor com-
munity educator and volunteer
Frances Parnes.
The dinner is a major fund
raiser for Windsor JNF.
Attendees will honor Mrs.
Parnes for her contribution and
commitment to the Windsor Jew-
ish community through her 25-
year teaching career at Shaar
Hashomayim's Nursery School
and extensive volunteer work,
with a lengthy list of Jewish
fund-raising and social organi-
zations.
For information, contact JNF
president Jerry Goldberg, 977-
1555 or 966-2574; or call the JNF
office, 969-8733.

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Heart Healthy
Event Set

The American Heart Association,
Henry Ford Hospital, Jewish
Community Center and TheraFit
Network are co-sponsoring a free L\
Heart Healthy event to be held
in the gymnasium of the Maple-
Drake Jewish Community Cen-
ter from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. on
Wednesday, June 5.
Cholesterol and blood pressure
screening, along with target
heart rate assessment will be
provided. Snacks also will be
available during the screening.

Reform Judaism
Notes Honorees

This year's Fund for Reform Ju-
daism dinner will take place on
Thursday, May 30, at Temple

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