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September 10, 1993 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-10

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YEAR END SALE

36 MONTH
LEASE

9

LEASE PER MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS

VOLVO 940 WAGON

LESLEY PEARL STAFF WRITER

89

LEASE PER MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS

VOLVO 850 SPORT SEDAN

LEASE PER MONTH FOR 36 MONTHS

36 month closed end lease: Capitalized cost reduction, first
monthly payment, security deposit of $450, Volvo
Acquisition fee of $450 and all applicable taxes and license
due on delivery. Capitalized cost reductions 945 Wagon -
$2500.00, 960 sedan - $3500.00, 850 sedan - $3160. Total
obligation is monthly payment times 36. Purchase options
at lease term are: 945 - $13725, 960 - $16150, and 850 -
$15250. 45,000 miles allowed. 15 cents for excess
mileage. Based on approved credit, prior sales excluded.
Other terms and down payment options available. Lessee
responsible for excess wear and tear.

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Singles Shabbat Adds
High Holiday Service

OPEN SATURDAY

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Best wishes for a
Happy & Healthy New Year

F

ollowing the success of
last year's joint out-
reach efforts between
the Reform and
Conservative movements,
organizers are planning a
second series of singles
Shabbat services to begin
Sept. 16.
A project which drew
nearly 325 individuals each
time, the Singles Shabbat
Program rotated between
eight synagogues with ser-
vices, speakers and an Oneg
Shabbat.
This year, the scope has
been expanded.
Twelve services, one each
month, will be available.
The second night of Rosh
Hashanah will kick off the
series at 8:30 p.m. at
Temple Shir Shalom.
Temple Kol Ami hosted a
singles Rosh Hashanah ser-
vice last year in addition to
sponsoring a Shabbat. It is
again slated to sponsor a
singles Shabbat.
The committee decided to
include a High Holiday ser-
vice in this year's rotation.
A renewed grant by the
Max M. Fisher Foundation
enables community mem-
bers to attend all services at
no charge. However, reser-
vations for the High
Holiday service are re-
quired.
"I think this is long over-
due," said Dannel Schwartz
of Temple Shir Shalom.
"Where do singles meet? If
the answer is the bar,
Franklin Racquet Club or
the Beverly Hills Grill, why
not in a Jewish atmos-
phere?
"We're a coupled commu-
nity. But here, Reform and

Conservative singles can
meet. Most temples and
synagogues have limited
funds and could not absorb
all the costs of a separate
service, speaker and oneg."
Rabbi Schwartz said the
Rosh Hashanah service will
not be abbreviated, but
instead geared toward its
different audience in ser-
mon content and emphasis
on a social oneg.
Although the program is
not aimed at replacing a
traditional worship service,
it may be the only formal
High Holiday prayers for
some single, unaffiliated
Jews.
During the rotating sin-
gles services last year,
many who attended were
temple or synagogue mem-
bers, but even more were
not, said Dr. Nancy Gad-
Harf, program coordinator
of the singles Shabbat ser-
vice program.
"I think there is a belief
that the cost of joining a
congregation is too high or
that temples and syna-
gogues are only family ori-
ented. There is sometimes a
sense of discomfort at
Shabbat and holiday ser-
vices," Dr. Gad-Harf said.
"We're sending a message to
the community that we are
not excluding anyone."
Following Rosh Hash-
anah, the next singles
Shabbat service will be at
Congregation Beth Achim
on Oct. 29. The speaker will
be Howard Simon, Michi-
gan's executive director of
the ACLU.
A final schedule through
June will be announced.

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Edwin and Elizabeth Shevin Schreiber of Grand Blanc have estab-
lished a grove of 1,000 trees. The project, under the auspices of the
Jewish National Fund, will be located in the American Independence
Park outside of Jerusalem. Elizabeth Shevin Schreiber, former presi-
dent of the Young Women of JNF, is shown visiting the forest planted
In memory of her father-in-law.

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