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November 15, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-15

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•"°1 SYNAGOGUES I

HUNGRY???

SO ARE OTHERS!

Make Sandwiches
for the
Hungry

Beth El Men
Host Activities

Certified financial planner
Audrey Pearl will speak at
the Temple Beth El Brother-
hood breakfast 9:30 a.m. Nov.
24. Her speech is entitled
"It's Never Too Early."
Audrey Pearl is president of
Pearl and Mack Advisory
Corp. The first woman to
achieve the designation of
certified financial planner
from the State of Michigan,
she has been in financial ser-
vices since 1969. She is a past
president of the Southeast
Chapter of the International
Association for Financial
Planning. Ms. Pearl is a
registered investment advisor
in conjunction with Keopler,
Morgan and Company, Inc.
The Brotherhood breakfast
is part of the morning's ac-
tivities, beginning with the
semi-annual blood drive
which opens at 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
in the temple's Handleman
Hall. Blood drive donors will
receive a complimentary
breakfast and admission to
Audrey Pearl's lecture. All
others will pay a fee.
Also that morning will be
the Brotherhood's Great
Turkey Giveaway, providing
over 300 turkeys and holiday
gift baskets to Soviet Jewish
Americans about to celebrate
their first Thanksgiving.
For information, call Bar-
bara Grant, 851-1100.

Temple Israel
Hosts Dinner

Temple Israel's Couples
Club and Adult Education
Committee will host a fami-
ly Shabbat dinner 6:15 p.m.
Nov. 15 at the temple.
This is for families in-
terested in learning about the
ritual of Shabbat and is part
of a series planned for the
third Friday of each month.

Eagle

28100 Telegraph Rd: Telegraphat lh Mile

Southfield • 354.2950

We Accept

Canned & Packaged Goods
Are Also Greatly Appreciated
(Forgotten Harvest will transport food to shelters)
Sponsored by: JEWISH STUDENT ASSOCIATION
STUDENT ACTIVITIES
STUDENTS AGAINST HUNGER

CHARGING
SYSTEM
SERVICE

$1 60

• Test battery
• Test voltage regulator
• Test alternator
• Test exterior lights

SERVICE OPEN
7 AM to MIDNIGHT

OIL AND FILTER
CHANGE

MONDAY FRIDAY

$ 14?9

$129?

$1692.

Price includes
• New od (up to 5 cot cots/

6 Cis. trucks)
• New MO," oa rner

• Check nu. levels
• Vnualy inSpeCt battery

debates ssGHrrng ,PeCCV extro oa
beg deter liters sightly

'Yes We Do Take Appointments •

CHRYSLER 'Amain rnifs

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After 6 pm Mon-Fri

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After 6 pm Mon-Fri

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ENGINE
MAINTENANCE
TUNE-UP
$3800 $46°a $5490

COOLING
SYSTEM
SERVICE

produced by Henry K. Martin

(Chemical flush. V8 engines
and additional
parts/labor extra)

Could Always Be Worse

Personal Checks & Cash

TOWING AVAILABLE

OfTlopor

• Inspect hoses and belts
• New Mopor antifreeze
(I gal. max.)
• Pressure-test system
• Complete cooling
system flush

presents

ge

We Perform Warranty and
Service Work on all Dodge Cars,
Dodge Trucks, Chrysler Cars,
Plymouth Cars, Plymouth Trucks,
Jeep, Jeep Trucks and Eagle Vehicles.

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40th Annual Jewish Book Fair
and
The Children Entertainment Company

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CHRYSLER
Plymouth

At Tel-TVvelve Mall, South End

Outside the
RATHSKELLER
AT OCC Orchard Ridge
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 10AM-1PM

$ 24°°

WHEEL
BALANCE AND
TIRE ROTATION

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After 6 pm Mon-Fri
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(Special wheels
slightly higher)

2,760,27rent
a Time d Wnt-up. Cat tsr
Cmysler Products Onr,

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Doystr Product Only

a Jewish Folktale

2:00 pm
Sunday, November 17, 1991
Jewish Community Center
Maple-Drake Bldg.
661-1000
admission $4.00 per person
Once upon a time in a small village

Shaarey Zedek
Receives Award

Congregation Shaarey
Zedek will receive the
Solomon Schechter Award for
Family Education Nov. 18 at
the Biennial Convention of
United Synagogue at the
Concord Hotel, Kiamesha
Lake, N.Y. Rabbi William
Gershon will be present to
receive the award on behalf of
the congregation.
The award is presented in
recognition of the synagogue's
outreach program, Jewish Ex-
periences for Families, under
the leadership of Karen
Adelman, Paula Glazier, Lin-
da Jacobson and Shelly
Kieran under the guidance of
Rabbi Gershon.

southfiEld

a poor unfortunate man lived
with his mother, his wife and his
six children in a little one-room hut.
Because they were so crowded, the
man and his wife often argued. The
children were noisy, and they fought. In
winter, when the nights were long and the
days were cold, life was especially hard. The
but was full of crying and quarreling. One
day, when the poor unfortunate man
couldn't stand it anymore, he ran to the rab-
bi for advice.



ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

DETROIT DISTRICT

Extends our thanks
to the community
for your support
and attendance

Boots on Sale!

For Women & Children

Greg

SHOES

Orchard Mall

W Bloomfield • 851-5566

Evergreen Plaza
Southfield • 559-3580

h i l s u m

misses & misses petites contemporary fashions

HOLIDAY FASHIONS
ARRIVING DAILY

Harvard Row • 11 Mile Road at Lahser • 354.4650

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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