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July 31, 1992 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-31

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Imm

l SYNAGOGUES 1

New Minyan Set
- In North Suburbs

A new minyan has been
established in the Long Lake-
Middlebelt Road area, at 4230
Middlebelt Road, the site of
the former Shaarey Zedek
Nursery. Congregation B'nai
HoRashba-Chabad of Long
Lake will meet Aug. 1, 8 and
every second Shabbat there-
after, followed by a Kiddush
and lunch. The founders are
Avie Benaderet, Dr. Erwin
- Gastman, Dr. Mark Ellis, Eli
Rashti, Jack Wolf and Boruch
Wolf. The rabbi overseeing
the minyan is Rabbi Chaim
M. Bergstein with assistance
from Rabbi Herschel Finman.
For information regarding
vices and membership call
,rabbi Bergstein, 932-8584.

Rabbi Wine
Sets Talks

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
describe the philosophy and
the programs of the Birming-
ham Temple and of Human-
istic Judaism 7:30 p.m. Aug
12 and 26 in the temple
library.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the temple office,
477-1410.

DETROIT'S
HIGHEST
RACES

Minimum Deposit of $500
12 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

4150%
4.835%*

SINAI HOSPITAL

DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
AND
THE SINAI HOSPITAL SPEAKERS BUREAU
PRESENT

ALTERNATIVES TO HYSTERECTOMY

A free panel discussion of the newest medical options available to women.
The panel features:

DAVID SCHWARTZ, M.D., Moderator
MILTON GOLDRATH, M.D.
DONALD BLITZ, M.D.
SEYMOUR ZIEGELMAN, M.D.

August 19, 1992
11:30 a.m.
Shiffman Hall
Jewish Community Center
6600 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield

There are more than 600,000 hysterectomies performed on women in the United
States each year. A standard hysterectomy is not a simple operation. But now
there are far less drastic medical procedures available to women thanks to the
evolution of innovative procedures in gynecology, many of which have been
developed at Sinai Hospital.

For information and reservations
Call Sinai Hospital at 493-5500 by August 4

Effective Annual Yield

NEWS

Equipment
Sold To Syria

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Irriga-
tion equipment designed and
produced in an Israeli kib-
butz has been sold to Syria.
Amir Lahav, a spokesman
for Kibbutz Dorot, near
Sderot in the northern
Negev, said the kibbutz had
received an inquiry from a
sales agent in Western
Europe regarding possible
sales to Syria.
Two deals were made, for a
total of $50,000, and the
goods were shipped to
Europe and presumably sent
on to Syria. The kibbutz was
paid in the currency of the
middleman.
Mr. Lahav said it was not
known whether the Syrian
purchaser or users were
aware of the provenance of
the equipment. It was
shipped without any Hebrew
or other markings, including
the logo of the kibbutz.
He said the kibbutz knew
that its products had
previously been sent in-
directly to other Arab and
Moslem countries.
The equipment was sent
from the West Bank via the
Jordan River bridges to Jor-
dan and probably from there
to other Arab countries.

Compounded Quarterly.

This is a fixed rate ac-
count that is insured to
$100,000 by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corp.
(FDIC). Substantial In-
terest Penalty for early
withdrawal from cer-
tificate accounts. Rates
subject to change
without notice.

FIRST
SECURITY
SAVINGS BANK
MAIN OFFICE
PHONE
2600 Telegraph Rd.
Bloomfield Hills
338.7700
352.7700

(Just South of
Square lake)

HOURS:
MON.-THURS,
......
/r--Za--%; 9:30-4:30
FR I,

EqualiiousIng
Lender

mean I have to pay in advance?

Pre-arranged funeral planning provides the
opportunity to make advance decisions
regarding the service, rabbi, cantor, cemetery,
casket and other details. A record is made of
your requests which is then made available at
a time of need.

Otto Dube is director of Pre-Need Services at
The Ira Kaufman Chapel. An often requested
program, it is a free service to the
community.

Although it is not necessary to pay in
advance for the pre-arranged service, many
people have found it advantageous. By pre-
paying funeral expenses, you are guaranteed
that there will never be additional costs, even
if those costs have increased due to inflation
at the time of need. We can assist you with
the plan best suited for you.

For pre-arrangement information and
assistance, call Otto Dube at 569-0020.
He's here to help.

Otto Dube

Directors of Funerals 18325 W. Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075 • (313) 569-0020
Outside Michigan: 1-800-325-7105

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