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November 01, 1991 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-01

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MEL FARR

FOR SENIORS I

MERCURY

LI NCOLN

NEW '92
SABLE

"Superstar Dealer"

"Executive Series"

Stk. #20207

Mel Farr
Lincoln
Mercury

683.9500

Ask for:

LARRY WALLINGFORD
or CHARLES LEWIS

BUY TODAY ONLY $15,456
LEASE $331.96 / mo.

4178 Highland Road
(t•9 near Pontiac lake Road)
WATERFORD

This is absolutely the lowest price anywhere!
*Plus ... we guarantee $450 more for your trade.

S450 more for your trade based on avg. black book value less mileage, appearance and reconditioning. Applies to trades S5000 and above. Price includes
rebates. Sale ends 6 pm, Fri., Nov. 8, 1991, 6 p.m. 36 months with 10% down. 15,000 miles per year limit. 11' per mile excess. Closed end lease. Leasee responsible
for excess wear & tear, subject to 4% use tax. To get total pymts. on lease multiply pymt by if of months. With approved credit.

LAST WEEK WAS
"NATIONAL CHIMNEY SWEEP WEEK!'

WE CLEANED DOZENS OF DIRTY AND SOME UNSAFE
CHIMNEYS. DID WE INSPECT YOUR CHIMNEY YET?

IF NOT, PLEASE CALL AND WE WILL SEND STEVE
N/ARDIGIAN, THE BEST CHIMNEY MAN IN THE
NEIGHBORHOOD, TO YOUR HOME,

WOOLF ROOFING & MAINTENANCE

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(INSPECTIONS - CLEANING - SCREENING)

PLEASE CALL US AT 585-0450 FOR
YOUR FREE CHIMNEY INSPECTION.

BRIDES!

You can save your
Bridesmaids the
cost of
"dyed to match"
shoes!!

Purchase Any Bridesmaid's Gown of $120 or more and get
a FREE PAIR of CELEBRATION SHOES! Beautiful satin,
choice of 3 heel heights and dyed FREE.

Coupon required. Expires 11-31-91.

The Velvet Pumpkin & Bridal Exchange

3255 Dixie Hwy. • Waterford • 674-3597

13/4 mile West of Telegraph

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BRIDAL
GOWNS
BAR/BAT MITZVAH
&PARTY DRESSES

1/2 Down Deposit Required. Not valid
with any other offer. In stock or New
special order. Regular priced items.

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With Coupon. Expires 11-31-91.

D oi of Instead
Selling Price
of 50%

WEDDING GOWN or PARTY
DRESS For CONSIGNMENT

Shh ... Were So Far Out of Town
Your Friends will Never Know ... 20
Minutes From Your Area.
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JPM Seniors
Plan Programs

The Cantor's Son will be
shown 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at the
Yiddish Film Series at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris Jewish
Community Center. This
1937 film is based on the life
of its star, Moishe Oysher.
There is a charge.
A concert of Broadway
melodies featuring singer
Alice Bentley will be
presented 1 p.m. Nov. 7, at
JPM. Reserved tickets may be
obtained at the JPM box of-
fice. There is no charge to
Senior Adult Center
members.
Broadway show tunes and
Yiddish melodies will be part
of the Wednesday Afternoon
Social 1-3 p.m. at JPM. Local
entertainers and musicians,
including Mayme Lawson
and Miriam Zacks, Sid Mann,
Marlene Nessel, Itzhok
Pirkupets, Phyllis Bratt,
David Gutman, Mimi Sum-
mers and Alex Nemoff will
perform.
Refreshments will be serv-
ed. For information call JPM,
967-4030.

Emanu-El Seniors
Theater Evening

EMES (Emanu-El's Mature
and Exciting Set) will host
their annual theater party
and dinner 8 p.m. Nov. 23.
The Woods Players will per-
form Noel Coward's Blithe
Spirit at Oakland Communi-
ty College Theatre, Royal
Oak; there is a charge.
There will be an optional
Dutch treat dinner at the
Peking House, 251 S.
Washington Ave., Royal Oak,
five minutes from the theater.
For reservations by Nov. 16,
call Temple Emanu-El,
967-4020.

Local Elderhostels
Set For Butzel

The Fresh Air Society and
the Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies will offer
seven six-day Elderhostels at
the Butzel Conference Center
March 29, May 17, June 28,
July 12, July 26, Aug. 9 and
Aug. 23. The Fresh Air Socie-
ty will direct the facilities,
programming and on-site
coordination; the Midrasha
will provide faculty and cur-
riculum development.
Academic programs for
March, May and June include
"Philosophers Who Made a
Difference," "Stories: The
Soul of the Jewish Ex-
perience," "Intergroup Rela-
tions and Conflicts," "Great
Trials in Jewish History,"
"1492: Five Hundred Years

Later," "Post Gulf War-Pre-
Arab/Israel Peace" and the
"Image of Jews in American
and Israeli Film."
The instructors for the
winter and spring programs
will include Dr. David
Schoem, Dr. Raymond Tanter,
Dr. Judith Laikin Elkin, all
from the University of
Michigan; Rabbi Sherwin
Wine, Birmingham Temple;
Corinne Stavish, Wayne
State; Renee Wohl, director of
the Resource Center, Agency
for Jewish Education; and Dr.
Yaakov Malkin, Tel Aviv
University.
The food service is under
the supervision of the Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis.

Elderhostel is a non-profit
educational organization
which offers inexpensive,
short term academic pro-
grams for people 60 years and
over.
For information, call the na-
tional Elderhostel office, (617)
426-8056.

Senior Events
At Maple-Drake

The Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Maple-Drake
Jewish Community Center
will host Funny Girl, 1 p.m.
Nov. 4. The film will be cap-
tioned for the hearing im-
paired and is free of charge.
Women on the Go will meet
1 p.m. Nov. 6 in Allen Lounge;
nutritionist Sharon Burns
will speak on diet and
nutrition.
Iry Ritter, former teacher,
school administrator and con-
ductor, will speak 1 p.m. Nov.
7.
He will discuss the role of
conductor, orchestra and
soloist, the musical score and
musical terminology. There is
a fee.
Women on the Go will spon-
sor a trip Dec. 4. A meal at
Union Street will be followed
by Shakespeare's Julius
Caesar at the Hilberry
Theatre. A discussion of the
play by a local expert will
precede the performance.
For reservations by Nov. 11
call Marilyn Wolfe, 661-1000,
Ext. 334.

Temple Israel
Plans New Group

Temple Israel will form a
social group geared to those
who are "fifty-something."
The first meeting will take
place 9:30-11 a.m. Nov. 10 at
the temple.
Rabbi Syme will lead a
discussion, and a continental
breakfast will be served.
For information, call the
temple office, 661-5700.

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