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March 15, 1991 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-15

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Complete Auto Repair a

Foreign & Domestic

mony could be as simple as
peeling carrots over a gar-
bage can and standing over a
stove tending to a pot of rice.
No one seemed to care who
did what or who worked
together as long as the meal
was ready on time.
Olivia Denha, 13, is too
young to be part of the Chal-
dean youth group, but she
begged her sister, Dalia, 15,
if she could come to serve the
families. "I just wanted to
help out," Olivia said. "I lik-
ed the idea and the way
everyone has to work
together."
An hour after they started,
an informal buffet with
garden salad, pasta salad,
rice, green beans, chicken,
hot rolls, baklava and soft
drinks was laid out on the
kitchen counter top. From
one side of the kitchen, the
teens watched as the
families piled the food onto
their plates and went into
the dining room to eat.
While the teens couldn't
help but wonder if the
families would like their
cooking, it soon was ap-
parent that the meal was a
success as people came back
for seconds and in some
cases, third helpings.
"We were a little unsure
whether this would come out
okay," said Ms. Lossia. "In a
big group like this, you
never know if everything
will go smoothly. But every-
one pitched in."
Although she doesn't nor-
mally cook and was afraid of
cutting her finger, Erin, a
junior at North Farmington
High School, said she was
having a great time helping
out.
"I came because I think it
is an important cause," Erin
said. "There needs to be a
better relationship between
the Chaldean and Jewish
communities."
"A lot of Chaldeans don't
like Jews and a lot of Jews
don't like Chaldeans," she
said. "We will be role
models."
Karen Kline, a junior at
West Bloomfield High
School, said she's learned
she can't like or dislike an
entire group of people. "I
look at the individual per-
son, not their religion or
background."
After serving the meal, the
teens talked among them-
selves and agreed the event
was a success. But next time,
they want to have a dance
and get their friends to
come.
"I hope that we will do this
again and get more people
involved. You can see how
much fun we are having,"
Erin said. ❑

Mr. Mechanic also specializes in major
engine repair, computer diagnostics, clutch
replacement, front end work, electrical
repair and exhaust systems. And if you
have a fleet of vehicles that need servic-
ing, Mr. Mechanic can get your com-
pany's vehicles back on the road with
minimal down time.

Mr. Mechanic Auto Service is a
full service facility with all certified
mechanics whose prices are unbeatable!
For Example:
BRAKES, Front or Rear from $39.90

TM

AUTO SERVICE CENTER

or
TUNE-UPS from $39.90
PLUS
You will receive a Free Valvoline Oil
Change with filter with a Brake job or
Tune-up.

Former Oak Parker, Rick Green, Presi-
dent of Mr. Mechanic Auto Service
Centers, whose Madison Heights loca-
tion is the highest volume, 4-bay auto ser-
vice facility in Michigan, has just opened
a second new state-of-the-art 8-bay loca-
tion in Southfield: on Telegraph Road
south of Ten Mile Road to serve you.

MR.
MECH

Mr. Mechanic has especially trained
technicians able to take on all your
foreign car repair needs, including
Japanese and European models.
Mr. Mechanic even has a Free shuttle
service available to you!
Mr. Mechanic's hours are convenient
for you:
Tues., Wed. and Fri. 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Mon. and Thurs.
7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Saturdays
So before you go to the dealer, call
Mr. Mechanic Auto Service Center.

MARCH SPECIALS:

BRAKES
FRONT OR REAR

$ 3 9 90

Most Car,

• Disc Or Drum
• Install New Pads Or Shoes
• Resurface Rotors Or Drums
Semi-Metallic Extra

Includes: FREE Oil Change
With Filter

With Coupon Exp. March 31. 1991

COMPLETE
EXHAUST
SYSTEM

CLUTCH
INSTALLATION

From $ 6 9 90

Installed

Installed From Converter Back
Includes Muffler. Exhaust Pipe,
Tailpipe & Clamps
Lifetime Warranty on Muffler
Hangers Extra

L

With Coupon Exp. March. 31.1991'

$27 9

90

,,,,,, Co.

• Install Clutch

• Install Pressure Plate

• Install Throw Out Bearing

I COMPUTERIZED
WHEEL ALIGNMENT I

ENGINE REPAIR'
$ 2 90
CARBURETOR I L
REPAIR & FUEL
SHOCKS ,„
INJECTION i $1 90
SPECIALISTS I I

4

I

I

Most Cars
Shims Extra
With Coupon Exp. March 31. 1991

I

Lifetime Warranty

With Coupon Exp. March 31. 1991

TUNE-UP

FROM

$ 3 990

• Install Spark Plugs

I

Plu g
Installation

a Mori Can

• Resurface Flywheel

With Coupon Exp. March 31. 1991

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L

• Adjust tuning

,VALYOUNE,.

• Computerued Engine Analysis

Includes: FREE Oil Change
With Filter

With Coupon Exp. March 31. 1991

COMPLETE AUTO SERVICE

FREE TOWING PLAN AVAILABLE

MR.
MECH

MAJOR

Mon. & Thurs.
Tues., Wed. & Fri.
Sat.

TM

7 am-8 pm
7 am-6 pm
8 am-4 pm

24125 TELEGRAPH RD.

MasterCard

AUTO
SERVICE CENTER
r

(Between 9 & 10 Mile
Next To Kale's Collision)

356-6565

CERTIFIED GUARANTEED SERVICE

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MAJOR ENGINE REPAIR
CLUTCHES
BRAKES
TUNE-UP
A C REPAIR
ELECTRICAL REPAIRS
COOLING SYSTEM
ALIGNMENT
CARBURETOR &
FUEL INJECTION REPAIR
• CHARGING SYSTEM REPAIR
• EXHAUST SYSTEMS

Bow Outlet

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bows, ribbons and accessories all at

30% - 70% OFF

Suggested Retail prices. New Spring Styles are
available including those direct from New York.
Wholesale Monday-Thursday by appointment only.

Grand Opening Special
SHOWLACE BOWS

$ 1.49

Open Fridays and Saturdays to the Public 9:30-4

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Corner of Walnut Lake and Drake Roads
In The Drake Summit Shopping Plaza

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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