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March 03, 1989 - Image 88

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-03

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ANNIVERSARIES

I

A BRIDGE
TOO FAR?

• 32 minutes from Southfield
• 36 minutes from Franklin
• 40 minutes from Farmington Hills
• 50 minutes from West Bloomfield
• 59 minutes from Bloomfield Hills

"ONLY MINUTES AWAY • JUST UP THE
STREET • THEY JUST OPENED IN THE
MALL • THEY JUST OPENED A 2ND STORE"

. . . THESE REASONS AND OTHERS
ARE WHY YOU PAY MORE!

Our overhead is low,
we have but one
store, and we assure
you the finest quality
and additional service
f rom professionals.

Anna and Albert Singer

Singer 55th Anniversary
Anna and Albert Singer of
ding the party were their
Oak Park recently celebrated
grandchildren Julie and Dan
their 55th wedding anniver-
Sonenberg, Edie and Steven
sary at a family dinner given
Arbit, and Philip Arbit,
by their children, Jack and
Sheryl, Nancy and Danny
Karen Singer and Charlotte
Singer.
and Meyer Arbit. Also atten-

I LOCAL NEWS I

ALASKAN LYNX

Reg. X30,000

NOW
$10,000

A BRIDGE
TOO FAR?
I DON'T THINK SO"

PELISSIER

I .01-- THE

FUR -
PLACE

HOURS:

OUELLETTE

Monday to Saturday
10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

553 Pelissier
Windsor, Ontario N9A 4L2
(519) 258-6414

8

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1989

TUNNEL
TO CANADA
EXIT

Machon DTorah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, announces that
there are a few spaces still
available for the 1989 annual
retreat weekend March 9-12
at the Campus Inn, Ann
Arbor.
Speakers include: Dr.
Shalom Serbernick of
Jerusalem, Israel; Rabbi
Yehuda Silver of London,
England, and Rabbi Shalom
Schwartz of Toronto, Canada,
all from the Arachim
Organization of Israel. The
theme for the weekend will be
"Contemporary Revelations
about the Authenticity of
Torah Judaism via Logic, Ar-
cheology and Scientifically
Proven Computer Codes."
There is a charge, and reser-
vations are required. For in-
formation or reservations,
call Machon L'Torah,
967-0888.
Machon IfIbrah, in conjunc-
tion with the National Jewish
Outreach Program will pre-
sent two sessions of "A Crash
Course In Hebrew" beginning
March 13 and March 14. -
The crash course consists of
five weekly classes, and are
aimed at teaching par-
ticipants to be able to read

Hebrew in time for the
Passover.
The Monday night session
will be held at the
Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center at 7:30 p.m.
The Tuesday night session,
also beginning at 7:30 p.m.,
will be held at the Machon
L'Torah Learning Center,
15221 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park.
There is no charge, but
registration is required.
The Machon will offer a
"Crash Course in Basic
Hebrew" for residents of
Northville. The classes will
start March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Benstein, 19511 Dart-
mouth, Northville. There is
no charge, but registration is
required.
The Machon and Congrega-
tion Shomrey Emunah will
co-sponsor a brunch on
Sunday at 11 a.m. at Con-
gregation Shomrey Emunah,
6919 Farmington, West
Bloomfield.
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz,
director of the Machon, will
speak on "On Earthquakes,
Airplane Disasters and Ter-
rorism . . . Does God Observe
or Participate?" An open
panel discussion, led by Rab-

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