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November 01, 1985 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-01

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Friday, November 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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L. WOOLF ROOFING

ilea 546-6200

COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL

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West Bloomfield

Southfield

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1030 WOODWARD HGTS.

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ASK FOR SCOTT, ROY OR SAMMY WOOLF

646.2452

682-7336

18161 W. 13 Mile Rd.

2496 Walce

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS:

CUSTOM
WALL
MIRRORS

Goodyear Michelin
firestone Bridgestone

GOODYEAR FIRSTS

MOUNTED
FREE!!

215/75R14
205/75R15
215/75R15
225/75R15
235/75R15

$42.95
$52.95
$46.95
$48.95
$51.95

USED $5 0 0
and up
TIRES

INSURANCE REPLACEMENT WITH
MOBILE GLASS SERVICE
For Auto—Home—Business

24777 Telegraph
Southfield

$53.95
$52.95
$55.95
$57.95
$60.95

FRONT DISC
BRAKES

'SELECT"

$4950

most
cars

Metallic extra. Includes new
pads, turn rotors, pack -wheel
bearings where needed.

South of 10 Mile

Open doily 8 o.m. Mon -Sot

• PROFESSIONAL, QUALITY SERVICE FOR HOME,
APARTMENT AND INDUSTRY
• SERVICING SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN FOR 50 YEARS
IN ALL PHASES OF PEST CONTROL

REASONABLE RATES

FREE ESTIMATES

Presents
The Holidays are coming!

1) Fabulous Old Rhinestone Costume Jewelry

2) Fine Decorative Antiques

(crystal, china, Art Deco, bronzes,
ivory, marble and furniture)

3) Gift Items

CUSTOM POLYSTEEL WSW

185/80R13
195/70R13
185/75R14
195/75R14
205/75R14

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DECORATIVE ANTIQUES

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FERNDALE, MICH. 48220

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LOCAL NEWS

Housing
Pest Control

ERADICO PEST CONTROL

FLAT ROOFING
HOT TAR

Hot Tar-Built-Up Roofing

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Specialists in

PHONE:
353-2500

WAYNE: CALL 721-3700 LINCOLN PARK: CALL 388-0600

(Unusual one-of-a-kind hand picked
items from all over the world)

4) FREE Delivery Of Any Major Purchases.

5) We also buy antiques for CASH.

THE BEST IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR YOUR
PLEASURE. "WE'LL EVEN PAY YOUR GAS
MILEAGE BACK AND FORTH TO OUR SHOP
WITH ANY PURCHASE OVER $40.00
with this ad

301 S. center at 3rd

Royal Oak, MI

Visa, Master Card &
Layaways welcome

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LES OR SONDRA GOODMAN

OWNERS
398-0646 (w)
352-5744 (h) •

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To My Wonderful Wife

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Give a gift
of life,
Keep the tradition
alive.

A special selection of contem-
porary and traditional religious
pendants and charms.

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fine jewelry and gifts

phone 357-5578

26400 West Twelve Mile Road

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With All Our Love,

Art
and the kids
Larry, Stacey, Jeff,
Rachel, Allan, Ilene,
and Buttons

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developed outstanding services
an comprehensive training for
professionals; yet, most Jewish
parents do not want their chil-
dren to enter Jewish communal
service.
Bubis noted that Jews in the
past belonged to numerous
organizations. Today's younger
Jews, while positive toward
their Jewishness, are negative
toward joining. Singles' affilia-
tion is more likely to be in pri-
vate, non-institutionalized ways,
posing new dilemas for the
oganized community.
Jews have never been as well
educated as they are today in
every subject but Judaism,
Bubis said. "They know they are
Jews but are uncertain why or
how to be a Jew ... Fear is in-
sufficient reason to create a
Jewish ictentity."
The commission was asked to
develop a creative plan to
enhance Jewish identification
and affiliation.
It will break down into sub-
committees, meeting over the
course of the next two years.
The subcommittees will include
members not serving on the
commission itself and will draw
upon the expertise of those with
special insight into individual
issues. A final report will be is-
sued in September 1987, but
those projects which can be in-
itiated earlier will get under
way as is feasible.
To assist the commission, the
Jewish Welfare Federation has
retained the services of Charles
Zibbell, retired associate execu-
tive vice president of the Coun-
cil of Jewish Federations, who
will be consultant.
Serving on the commission
with David Page are: Peter M.
Alter, James M. August, Marvin
Berlin, Harold Berry, David
Bittker, Elaine D. Block, Robert
Bluestein, Martin E. Citrin,
Leon S. Cohan, Harriet Cooper,
Margo Coville, Eugene Driker,
Dr. Joseph Epel, Douglas Etkin,
Stanley D. Frankel, Joel Ger-
shenson, Lynda Gies, Rabbi
Elimelech Goldberg, Gerald
Greenwald, Rabbi Irwin Groner,
David Hermelin, Irwin T.
Holtzman, Selwyn Isakow and
Lawrence S. Jackier.
Also, Diane Klein, Prof. Ar-
mand Laufer, Justice Charles
Levin, Michael Maddin, Marsha
Miro, Dr. Henry L. Nadler,
Robert H. Naftaly, Beatrice
Rowe, Aviva Robinson, James
Safran, Mark E. Schlussel,
Judge John Shepherd, Jane
Sherman, Edwin Shifrin, Robert
Steinberg, Frieda Stollman,
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, Shelby
Tauber, Anita Taylor, Charles
Tobias, William Wetsman and
Jack Zwick.
A college student and a high
school student are as yet un-
named.

Prices Rise

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — The con-
sumer price index rose- by 2.5
percent during the first two
weeks of October, the Central
Bureau of Statistics reported
last week.

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