One Bedroom Summer Special
Only $1440.00 per month!
Yad Ezra Slates
The Heatherwood offers gracious, affordable
retirement living for seniors. Rent includes:
➢ Weekly Housekeeping
➢ Evening Meal
➢ Bath & Bed Linens
➢ Heat and Water Utilities
Contact Sarah Delaney (248) 350-1777
Offer Expires August 31st, 2002
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Yad Ezra, the only kosher food pantry
in Michigan, will hold its annual
fund-raising dinner at Adat Shalom
Synagogue Monday, Oct. 21. Dinner
co-chairs are Debbie Balkin, Ellie
Glen and Judy Kepes. Susie and
Norm Pappas are this year's honorees.
Dinner fund-raising co-chairs are
Diane and Emery Klein. Richard
Simtob and Allan Lefton are dinner
program journal co-chairs.
Dinner and program journal rev-
enue, which accounts for a major por-
tion of Yad Ezra's annual budget, is
used to buy groceries for the Berkley-
based.agencyss client families. Yad
Ezra provides food and health care
items to 2,450 individuals every
This year, a corps of volunteers and
financial supporters will enable the
food pantry to distribute 750,000
pounds of food to needy families.
The Pappases have been instrumen-
tal in helping raise fluids for Yad Ezra.
She has served as a dinner co-chair in
the past, volunteered in the warehouse
and serves on the board of directors.
He has helped raise funds for previous
For information about the dinner or
Yad Ezra, call the office, (248) 548-
The Charles Shapiro Post of the
Jewish War Veterans will sponsor a
flag retirement ceremony (flag burn-
ing) 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, in the
parking lot of the JWV Memorial
Home, 16990 W. 12 Mile Road,
Flag burning is the preferred
method of flag disposal when flags are
badly worn or torn.
The ceremony, under the direction
of Post Commander Burt Ellstein,
program chair Hy Deal and adviser
Jim Weiskopf, will involve, several
members of the post along with two
Following the ceremony, cider and
doughnuts will be served by the
Anyone with a flag needing proper
disposal may contact Hy Deal, (248)
968-7236. The program is open to