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eluding the hakafot, dancing
with the Torah.
Shemini Atzeret services
will be held and Yizkor re-
cited at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Rabbis Norman Roman and
Ernst Conrad will officiate.
LIVONIA JEWISH
CONGREGATION: Services
will be held at 8 p.m. today.
Rabbi Martin Gordon will
speak on "Geshen — A
Prayer for Rain." Services
will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Cantor David Gutman will
chant the liturgy.
SHAAREY
CONG.
ZEDEK: Shemini Atzeret
Eve services will be held at 6
p.m. today. Shemini
Atzeret-Yizkor services will
be held at 8:45 a.m. Satur-
day. •
Minchah services for Sim-
chat Torah Eve will begin at
6:15 p.m. Maariv service in
the chapel, to be followed by
a Torah processional in the
main sanctuary, will begin at
7 p.m. Simchat Torah serv-
ices will be held at 8:45 a.m.
Sunday. A Torah processional
will be held at 9:45 a.m. •
Rabbi Irwin Groner will of-
ficiate. Cantors Chaim Naj-
man and Sidney Rube will
chant the liturgy. The
synagogue choir, directed by
Eugene Zweig, will sing at
services on Shemini Atzeret.
CONG. T'CHIYAH: Serv-
ices begin at 10 a.m. Satur-
day, conducted by Michal
Ram and Deborah Shulman.
TROY JEWISH CON-
Simchat
GREGATION:
Torah services will be held at
7 p.m. Saturday, conducted
by Rabbi Jeffery Lieberman.

Secular Humanists
To Convene

The Birmingham Temple
will host the first world as-
sembly of Secular Humanistic
Jews at 8 p.m. today.
Yehuda Bauer, director of
the Institute for Contempor-
ary Jewry at the Hebrew
University and chairman of
the International Institute for
Secular Judaism will discuss
"Judaism After the
Holocaust."
An oneg Shabbat will fol-
low. There is a registration
fee. For information, call
Marilyn Rowens, 477-1410.

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Quiz Answers

1 C. Hebrew Free Loan Association offer.
small interest-free loan', to members of the Jewish
ommunik who sometimes would he unable to
obtain this money through a hank.

2. K. Resettlement Service works with HIAS,
the international Jewish immigrant aid organization.
in helping new immigrants to settle in the Detroit
area. RS has aided hundreds of Russian Jews with
housing and other needs.

3. J. Fleischman Residence is a 106-bed facility
designed for semi-independent elderly person') .
who ?nay need minimum services but no round-
the-clock nursing care.

4. H. Jewish Home for Aged provides round-
the-clock professional nursing care. physical and
occupational therapy at its Borman Hall and Prentis
Manor facilities.
5. D. Jewish Community Center involves all
ages in cultural. educational and recreational acti-
vities Programs include the Jewish Book Fair and
Center Symphony concerts.

6. L. Shiffman Clinic is one of the largest full-
ser•ice clinics in the Detroit area. It offers outpatient
medical. dental and eye care to all who need it.
regardless Of ability to pay.

7. E. Jewish Community Council works with
many Jewish organizations to further common
goals of a united Jewish community.

8. G. Jewish Federation Apartments has living
quarters for senior citizens of modest incomes
who don't need constant medical attention.
9. M. Sinai Hospital provides excellent medical
care to patients from the entire community. The
Mothers and Infants Center provides services for
newborns and their families.

10. B. Fresh Air Society has a variety of youth
camping programs that offer an opportunity to
enjoy the outdoors in a Jewish atmosphere.

YOU'LL FIND MORE PARTS
IN THE BRACELET OF THIS AWARD-WINNING
THALASSA THAN YOU WILL IN A ROLLS-ROYCE® ENGINE*

You're looking at the bracelet of what is
perhaps the most beautiful watch in the world:
the award-winning Thalassa. We've taken it
apart to make a point about the excellence of
this superb, water-resistant timepiece.
In the pell-mell rush to praise technology,
people often lose sight of the thing that makes
watchmaking the art it is: handcrafting.
Jean Lasalle never forgets.
It takes us 656 parts to craft each exquisite
gold and steel Thalassa bracelet. Twelve to a
link. Fifty-six more than in the engine of a
Silver Cloud (,) which has a mere600 major

moving parts.
Every single one of those parts is slipped
precisely into place by hand. If you've ever
struggled with the tiny parts of a model ship
you know what that entails.
Perhaps we could have built this Thalassa
bracelet with fewer parts. But then, it wouldn't
be as supple, as flexible, or as fitting.
With fewer parts, Thalassa might still have
won the Laurel d'Or in Monte Carlo as Watch of
the Year. And no one would have noticed. But
we'd know. And you'd know. And that makes
all the difference in the world to us.

1 1. F. Jewish Family Service provides profes-
sional counseling for individuals and families.
Other services include Meals on Wheels, home-
makers and volunteer aides.

Rapp To Speak
At Symposium

The Birmingham Temple
Monday forum will host Uri
Rapp, professor of sociology
at Tel Aviv University, at
8:30 p.m. Monday at the
temple. He will speak on
"Democracy and Humanism
in Israel Today." Admission
will be charged. For informa-
tion, call the Birmingham
Temple, 477-1410.

12. N. United Hebrew Schools offers nursery
and elementary programs, and a Hebrew high
school. Midrasha. College of Jewish Studies offers
instruction in Hebrew language and other subjects.
13. I. Jewish Vocational Service assists in plan-
ning careers. finding suitable employment and
adjusting to jobs. Its new Southfield building has
workshops for those with special needs.

14. A. Jewish Welfare Federation operates the
annual Alllied jewish Campaign, raising dollars
that help thousands of people here and around the
world. Federation's hundreds of volunteers oversee
the process of dividing the money contriubted by
you and your fellow Jews in Detroit.

This is only a sampling of the many services
our Jewish community provides to its citizens
through the Jewish Welfare Federation and
its Allied Jewish Campaign. Three day schools
and three campus Hillel Foundations also
receive assistance. Can you think of other
ways our Jewish community works together?

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Perhaps the most beautiful watch in the world.

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THE FAMILY OF AWARD-WINNING JEWELRY DESIGNERS.
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The names "Rolls-Royce" and "Silver Cloud" are registered trademarks.
*There are 600 major internal moving parts in the engine of the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud.

©1985. Jean Lasalle. Inc .

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