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May 19, 1995 - Image 48

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-19

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TIMING BELT REPLACEMENT

Needed Every 60,000 Miles

6 Cylinder
$249

4 Cylinder
$185

Includes parts & labor for timing belt replacement

GENUINE TOYOTA SHOCKS

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MOTOROIL

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• Install Genuine Toyota spark plugs
•Check air, fuel & emission filters
• Inspect ignition wires, distributor cap & rotor,
belts, hoses &
PCV valve.

• 6-cylinder slightly higher.
Excludes 60,000-mile platinum plugs

*Toyota models only, 6 cylinders slightly higher.

Oil Change Completed in 30 Minutes Or Less Or The Next One's 1/2 OFF

YOUR NEXT MAJOR
COLLISION REPAIR

"repair must exceed $2500. Toyota vehicles only.
With coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 6/30/95

"I love what you do for me."

Mufflers • Exhaust Pipes • Shocks • Struts

Toro mufflers. exhaust pipes. Arks sum and sou cartridges pee
gurawed io rh criOnal Fkr (focal' 6: pai fur de life of the %dick
wtrn insialled by at alba- lied 'roma &aim See to for full Mails.

Expires 6/30/95

$1 00 OFF*

1 895*

With coupon. Not valid with any other offer. Expires 6/30/95

LIFETIME GUARANTEE

With coupon. Not valid with
any other offer.

BODY SHOP SPECIAL

• Includes up to 6 Os. of oil,
• Oil fitter and installation
• Check all fluid levels

TOYOTA

BBYO Plans
Reunion, Events

MINOR TUNE-UP

OIL & FILTER
CHANGE

$

With coupon. Not valid
with any other offer.
Expires 6/30/95

$3895

Expires 6/30/95

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$ 4995
plus tax

TOYOTA QUALITY

• Price includes (2) shocks &
installation
• Gas & specialty shocks
priced higher

Regular ....105"
SAVE .... $25 13
NOW .... $7995

/405

Includes:
• Adjust Manual Linkage
• Adjust Throttle Linkage
or Cables
• Replace Fluid

(Must present coupon when order is
written. Toyotas only.)

GENUINE TOYOTA PARTS

• Shocks guaranteed for life
• Help restore new vehicle ride
• Made expressly for your Toyota
•Tax extra

AUTO TRANSMISSION •
SPECIAL

TOYOTA

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810-352-8580

MICHIGAN'S LARGEST TOYOTA DEALER

JCC
SWIM CLUB

Beth Shalom
Honors Students

Summer Memberships Are Now Available!

Enjoy the use of our indoor and outdoor pools all summer, including our new
Samantha Erin Rosen Pool for children and persons with special needs.
PLUS — with our Summer Swim Club Membership enjoy the use of our weight room,
tracks, outdoor tennis courts, volleyball, softball and more...

Memorial Day thru Labor Day

(May 29—September 4)

Family: $300 Individual: $200

Act now and enjoy 1994 prices for 1995!

Summer Swim Teams

Ages 6 and older are now forming!! Get 15 weeks for the price of 10!
Member Rates:
Swim 2 days per week: $40
Swim 3 days per week: $60
Swim 4 days per week: $80

Master Swim Teams

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restrictions may apply
• not valid for camp discount

For Adults
Pay the Same!!
Non-member rates are also available
for swim teams.

Oak Park
(810) 967-4030
West Bloomfield
(810) 661-7622

Next time you feed your face, think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'll do you good.

U American Heart Association •

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

1111

The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation will hold a reunion for all
alumni of the 1980s Saturday
evening, Sept. 9, at the First Cen-
ter Building in Southfield. The
search committee needs current
addresses. Call the reunion hot-
line, (810) 817-INFO, for up-to-
date reunion information and to
leave addresses. The mailing list
will be compiled during May and
June. For information, call Lisa
Eidelman, 788-0700.
BBG will hold the June Coun-
cil Meeting and Regional T ife Cer-
emony on Wednesday, June 7, 4
p.m., at Maple-Drake. AZA will
have its June Council Meeting
and Regional Life Ceremony on
Thursday, June 8, 4 p.m., at
Maple Drake. AZA and BBG will
hold a joint Council Installation
and Awards Night on Monday,
June 12, 7 p.m. at Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.
BBYO chapters are continuing
to hold elections for the 1995-96
year. Newly elected presidents in-
clude Randi Brenner, Aliyah
BBG; David Herskovic, Chalutz-
im AZA; Farrah Graj, Chaverot
BBG; Michael Rott, Greenberg
AZA; Rachel Greenberg, Savag
BBG; Mark Abraham, Hertzl
AZA of Windosr; Sara Zonder,
Shira BBG; David Rochkind,
Marx AZA; Brad Krupkin, Sam-
my AZA.

■ 111 ■

Beth Shalom third grade students
will receive their own personal
Sim Shalom Siddur, donated by
religious school parents, at the
synagogue on May 21. The covers
were made either by the student
or someone special in his life.
On June 3, these same children
will be honored at Shabbat ser-
vices. The students, who will lead
the congregation in singing two
songs, are Jeffrey Baskin, Michael
Engler, Lauren Gardner, Jeff
Goldsmith, Michael Kiar, Chase
Landry, Rebecca Lax, Emily
Levine, Alexander Minkin.
Also, Amanda Parzen, Jay
Pliskow, Marcia Rosen, Aaron
Schael, Samuel Segall, Leonid
Shamban, Abby Urnovitz, Haley
Urnovitz, Eric White.

Shir Shalom
Honors Graduates

Hebrew Graduation for the fourth
year Dalet students of Temple
Shir Shalom will be Friday, May
20, at 8 p.m. Services will be con-
ducted by the following students:
Marina Abayev, Dena Bouchard,
Adam Casini, Adam Dechow,
Aaron Diamond, Steven Eder,
Stud Goldberg, Jeffrey Grossman,
Marcie Hartman, Shawn Heaslip,
Meryl Jackson, Renee Lesser,
Carrie Levine, Ryan Lewis, Bryan
Lubaway, Brian Marion, Jason
C. Miller, Brett Monson, Brett
Mountain, Daniel Peterman,
Mitchel Pollack, Lindsay Pu-
davick, Michael Riley, Stuart
Solomon, Alison Thalmann, La-
Toya Williams, Jeffrey Segal,
Gillian Sharkey, David Sherline,
Ryan Sklar, Marissa Sloan, Dori
Sweet, Jami Trager, Aaron Win-
kler, Rachel Winkler, Lyndsay
Zuckerman.
A Shabbat family dinner hon-
oring confirmation and high
school graduates and their fami-
lies will be held Friday, June 2, at
6 p.m. High school graduation ser-
vices will follow at 8 p.m. Services
will be conducted by graduating
students Alicia Mindlin and Eric
Abrams.
Confirmation students will con-
duct a service they wrote on Sat-
urday, June 3, at 8 p.m. Those
students are: Andrew Bratt, Jes-
sica Erlich, Bethany Mindlin,
Ashley Pudavick, Marc Sampson,
Jonas Schwartz, Steve Stein,
Steven Stillwater, Joel Szirtes,
Amy Tenebaum, Zanita
and Sara Zagoria.

Picnic Set
For June 11

Hillel of Metro Detroit and the
Young Adult Division of the Jew-
ish Federation will host a picnic
on Sunday, June 11, from noon
to 4 p.m. The event is free. Reser-
vations are a must; call Jim
Rosenberg, (810) 642-4260; or
Jennifer Wasserman, (313) 577-
3459 by June 6.

GINA GORA (Mrs. Howard
Dworkin) recently graduated
from Michigan State University
College of Human Medicine. Dr.
Gora will take her residency in
family medicine at Genesis Med-
ical Center in Flint.

Temple Israel
ToT Shabbat

Temple Israel will celebrate Tot
Shabbat on Saturday morning,
May 20, with services at 9:30 a.m.
"A Peaceful Sabbath," the theme
of this service, honors all children
who have attended the Temple
Nursery School and kindergarten
this year.

Gina Gora

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