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October 18, 2002 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-18

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• Two Meals Served Daily
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• 2 Bedroom-1280 Sq. Ft.

• Housekeeping Services

• Social and Poolside Activities

• Laundry and Linen Services

• Transportation Provided in our Bus

• Recreatibnal and Social Activities

• Barber and Beauty Shop

• Transportation in our Bus

• Continental Breakfast

• 24 Hour In-House Staffing

• Laundry/Linen

• On - Site Beauty and Barber Shop

• Personal Care Services Available

Optional Services Available

• Housekeeping

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Music Room Dedication

The Berg family recently dedicated a music room in memory of Louis Berry, a
longtime supporter of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and a major
communal philanthropist. Shown at the dedication are, seated, Selma
Schwartz, Barbara Berry, Vivian Berry; standing, Jack Schwartz and Harold
Berg.

PEOPLE WHO TEST DRIVE A SAAB
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Shaarey Zedek Names Bonds Honorees

ber of the boards of the B'nai B'rith
Barbara and Michael Horowitz of
West Bloomfield will be the guests of Youth Organization, Greater Detroit
Hadassah and Detroit Friends of Bar-
honor at the Congregation Shaarey
Ilan University, of which
Zedek State of Israel
she is immediate past
Bonds dinner 6 p.m.
president.
Thursday, Nov. 14, at the
Mr. Horowitz is cam-
Southfield synagogue.
paign
chair-elect for the
Marcie Hermelin
Jewish
Federation. He is
Orley and Brian
a Federation officer, a
Hermelin are co-chairs of
member of the
the dinner.
Federation's board of
Mrs. Horowitz is exec-
governors and executive
utive vice president of
committee and co-chair
the B'nai B'rith Youth
of its Israel and overseas
Organization, Michigan
committee. He is nation-
Region, and is actively
al commissioner of the
involved with the Jewish
Barbara and Michael
Anti-Defamation
League
Federation of
Horowitz
and a longtime member
Metropolitan Detroit,
of its board. He serves
serving on its board of
on
the
board
of governors of the
governors and the Women's Division
Jewish
Agency
for Israel.
board of directors. She is also a mem-

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