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September 01, 1995 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-09-01

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Clearance Sale

NOW IN PROGRESS!

NOTE:

In recognition of
Labor Day,
we will be closed
Sunday & Monday
Sept. 3 & 4.

BROWN JO R DAN

Brown Jordan's
NOMAD

List $1,315.
50% OFF
$657.

Hadassah Hears
The Rev. Lyons

Senior Events
At The JPM

The Bloomfield Hills Group of
Hadassah will host the Rev.
James Lyons, director of the Ec-
umenical Institute for Jewish-
Christian Studies, on Monday
evening, Sept. 11, at 7:30 p.m.

The Ferndale School District of-
fers senior adult education class-
es at the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center. Nao-
mi Levine is the instructor. Se-
niors are eligible to receive their
high school diploma through the
program. Call 967-4030 for times
and days offered.
Food for Fitness will be the
first program in Blue Cross/Blue
Shield's Health Series. This pro-
gram will be held on Thursday,
Sept. 7, at 1 p.m. and is free of
charge. Low-fat cooking and
ways of reducing cholesterol lev-
els will be discussed.

It's now or never, to save

30% to 60%

on all '95 outdoor furniture.
Don't miss this sale!

Offer excludes teak furniture.

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Refinishing,
Upholstery
Fabrics,
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Wall Coverings
and Window
Treatments

The dessert meeting will be
held at Hadassah House, 5030
Orchard Lake Road, West
Bloomfield. The Rev. Lyons will
speak on "Jewish-Christian Re-
lations - Where Are We?" There
will be a question period follow-
ing the presentation.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Hadassah, 626-
6344.

Young At Heart, seniors from
Congregation Beth Achim, will
meet Thursday, Sept. 7, at noon
at the synagogue. The program
will feature Jeff Kaye, director
Michigan/Israel Connection and
shaliach from Israel. He will give
an update on Israel today.
Refreshments will be served
prior to the program. There is a
charge. Prospective members
and guests are invited.
For information, call Fredell
Whiteman, 356-1864.

738-5291
3405 Orchard Lake Road
Keego Harbor

Beth Elders
Hear Rabbi

WATCH FOR
OUR NEW STORE

On Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 19,

OPENING NOVEMBER 1ST

ON ORCHARD LAKE ROAD IN SYLVAN LAKE

Mill Floor

CovERINGs
_._._._._._._

810-548-9515

James Lyons

Young At Heart
Hosts Shaliach

$50 Off

RICK WALD

Mitzvah. Opens
With Comedy

Quality Outdoor Furniture at
Completely Relaxed Prices

548-7884

10721 W. 10 Milc Rd. • Oak Park
Hours: Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9 to 9
Tues., Wcd. 9 to 6; Sat. 9 to 5

the Beth Elders of Temple Beth
El will learn what's on a rabbi's
mind as the High Holy Days
draw near. Rabbi Julian I. Cook,
senior rabbi of Temple Beth El,
will join the Elders at noon at the
temple for lunch, "Pre-Holiday
Musings" and discussion. The
event is open to the community.
There is charge for lunch;
reservations are necessary. For
reservations prior to Sept. 15, call
Jeanette Cohen, 737-0194.

The Mitzvah group of Hadassah
will hold its opening event at the
Comedy Castle in Royal Oak; $8
cost includes dessert and coffee.
Respond to Allison Berlin,
788-9102, no later than Sept. 8.

Project Offers
Israel Study

High school students entering
10th and 11th grade who wish to
learn, live and experience Israel
while earning American high
school credit are invited to attend
an information meeting about
the Project Discovery program 7
p.m. Sept. 12 in the Max M. Fish-
er Building.
Administered by the Jewish
Federation's Michigan/Israel
Connection, Project Discovery is
a semester-in-Israel program for
teens. Participants study Ju-
daism, Hebrew, geography and
the history of Israel, while living
and touring the land with their
peers from throughout the
world.
Trip fees include tuition, room
and board, tours, seminars and
a comprehensive health/hospital
plan.
For an application or details
about Project Discovery, call the
Michigan/Israel Connection,
(810) 645-7878.

Cub Scouts
Plan Meeting

Cub Scout Pack 1579 will have
a planning meeting on Wednes-
day, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m. at Con-
gregation Beth Achim. Parents
of current and potential scouts
should attend. Cub Scouting is
open to boys in first through fifth
grades.
For information, leave a name
and phone number for Donna
Feldman, (810) 353-3737.

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