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April 03, 1992 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-03

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LOCAL NEWS

A.)
Joe Stame11's
Dynamic :?•tY,Y,
Car Care Center OPEN MON SAT

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Wheel Balancing
Drakes - Shocks
Suspension Exhaust
foreign (7 Domestic Cars
lune Up & Maintenance

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Car
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cars. Plugs & $3995
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PASSOVER

THE MATZAH FACTORY

IS HERE

APRIL 5 - APRIL 12, 1992

MONDAY - THURSDAY

10:00-12:00 noon and 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Sundays
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Please call Amy Rosenberg for reservations
661-1000, ext 346 or 252

co-sponsored by )
J.C.C. Family Service Dept.
and
Bais Chabad W. Bloomfield
& Farmington Hills

Families, 7* closed Fridays
and Saturdays
Religious
Schools $2.00 per participant
Welcome accompanying adults

no charge

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J.C.C.
Maple-Drake

The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

"Where experienced fitters
make the difference"

COMPLETE LINE OF
UNDERGARMENTS

Michigan's MarketMakers
in

Gold - Silver - Platinum

Coins and Bars

"Sell Where the Dealers Sell"

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RARITIES

LINGERIE

From 32 to 52 A thru H

CORPOPATIONJ

FITTING YOU SINCE 1947

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Understatements

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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1992

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Phone: (313) 644-1124

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and Accessories
Current Fashions Sizes 2-14

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Birmingham

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We Pay Cash for Fine

Clothing and
Accessories"

(just south of the Birmingham Theatre)

HOURS:

Open Mon.-Sat. 'til 6, Thurs. nites 'til 8:30

Mon.-Sat. 12-6

Federation Agencies
Helping On Passover

As the Haggadah entreats
Jews to invite the stranger to
the seder, the agencies of the
Jewish Federation of Metro-
politan Detroit will try to
make it possible for all Jews
to celebrate Passover.
The Jewish Family Service
is compiling names of clients
who need holiday food.
Distribution through Moies
Chetim (Passover fund for the
needy) will take place at Yad
Ezra. JFS also is mailing ap-
plications for food certificates
to clients. Eligible clients will
receive certificates redeem-
able for food at Farmer Jack
supermarkets in time for
Passover.
The Maple-Drake Jewish
Community Center, its Jim-
my Prentis Morris Building
and the United Hebrew
Schools building will be col-
lection sites for Project
Chametz, the Jewish Com-
munity Council's program to
collect and distribute foods to
area soup kitchens and food
pantries April 12-17.
A special fund created by
Jewish Home for Aged board
member Marvin Danto,
"Dress Up for Yontiff," selects
holiday outfits for Prentis
Manor residents who may
need them.
The Hebrew Free Loan
Association provides cash
assistance for a number of
needs, during Passover and
throughout the year.
Special efforts are being
made on behalf of new
Americans. Family-to-Family,
a project of the Women's Divi-
sion of the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit and
the National Council of
Jewish Women, is encourag-
ing American families to in-
vite new Americans from the
former Soviet Union to their
seders to acquaint the new
Americans with Jewish tradi-
tions and holidays. Family-to-
Family brings together new
Americans with local
residents for friendship and
enriching Jewish experiences.
For information, call the
NCJW, 258-6000.
The Jewish Center's JPM
will sponsor a seder for new
Americans April 12. For in-
formation, call Maple-Drake,
661-1000, ext. 572.
The Fresh Air Society has
created a special Passover
greeting card to send to
campers who have applied for
the coming camping season.
The card has been translated
into Russian for new
Americans who will attend
camp this summer.
People with special needs

Leonid and Max Faynshteyn at a
model seder.

will have a model seder April
16 at 6:30 p.m. at the Maple-
Drake JCC. On April 16 at
1:30 p.m., a model seder will
be held at Borman Hall for its
residents with special needs.
Sinai Hospital will provide
seder plates and Haggadot for
patients on the first two
nights of Passover. Kosher-for-
Passover meals will be
available to all Jewish pa-
tients throughout the holiday.
The Jewish Vocational Ser-
vice Adult Day Program will
feature Passover cooking ac-
tivities for senior adults with
developmental disabilities. In
the Herman Teitel Senior
Adult Workshop, Passover
macaroons will be served at
the morning coffee break.
JVS Project Outreach
volunteers will conduct a
special seder for isolated
inner-city elderly. The seder
is co-sponsored by the Cooper-
ative Council of the League of
Jewish Women's
Organizations.
For older adults, a third
seder will be held April 22 at
JPM. For reservations, call
JPM, 967-4030.
The residents of Jewish
Federation Apartments will
celebrate Passover with their
families and friends at first
night seders at all JFA sites
and at a second night seder at
the Lillian and Samuel
Hechtman Federation Apart-
ments. Senior adults living in
the community are invited.
For reservations, call Judy
Goll, 967-4240. There is a fee.
Seders will be held April 17
and 18 at the Jewish Home
for Aged's Borman Hall and
Prentis Manor. Avie Shapiro,
director of religious activities,
will conduct sedorim at
Fleischman

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