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SNAPPLE PUNCH JUICE DRINK PRIME 10 FRUIT CATERING & CUISINE, 15600 W. 10 ofbears GOLD WHITE MKEMBLEM Pareve certification. Product ofCOVERED the U.S. October 28, 2021 A Service the COR of Greater DetroitFUDGE  normally not bear an OKCOR symbol because (meat/ plant bears a and different certification and is COVERED certified Mile Rd., does Southfield, is under supervision PRETZELS MILK CHOCOLATE it contains grape juiceWhen that may not be Kosher. Dairy. Consumers should package its glatt). PRETZELS sold at CVScheck ingredients, ONLINE SHOPPING: shopping online for grocery delivery or curbside pickup, becontain sureeach todairy check thefor actual Recently, special was is made for This is essential correct status, asingredient stores alternate Canadian as stated in themany listings,between but or some packages label on each itemarrangement when the order received. because online descriptions pictures give October 17,COR 2017 · for A Service of bear the COROU ofwithout Greater Detroit temporary of Snapple Fruitregarding Punch, only and U.S. product. NACHLAS CARAMELS is now under supervision mistakenly a D. may substitute inaccurate approval or outdated information the product’s Kosher status.a plain In addition, the store 64 oz. containers produced between - May (pareve). [248-252-1472 / nachlascaramels@gmail.com] non-Kosher or non-approved productsMarch if the requested item is not available. 2014, and only when bearing the OK symbol. SOPHIA PITAbrand BREAD is Kosher (not ALMONDS Pas Yisroel) SHURFINE CHILI LIME One recent example: Kroger Hearty Vegetable Ready To Serve Soup in an 18.8the oz.K-COR can is still pictured online with only when bearing symbol. Some New MOUNTAIN DEW BAJA BLAST soda, a limitedcontains dairy ingredients, as stated in the ingredient There also other Snapple that are an OUare symbol, but the actual varieties product does not not bear an OU. In fact, this product lost its Kosher status over a year Sophia pitasome breadpackages not bearing the K-COR made by time release, is Kosher. listing, but mistakenly bear aisplain OU certified, plus some that may be dairy or dairy ago, but the picture has not been updated. a non-Kosher plant. without a D. equipment. Each bottle or can should be checked New MOUNTAIN DEW SOLAR FLARE fountainand not all of the Kosher varieties are pareve. Always check carefully for the OK symbol and its Pareve Dairy SNAPPLE DRINKS: Not all Snapple drinks are /Kosher, THOMAS TOASTING Some 12 oz.ENGLISH jars labeledMUFFIN as ELF brand HERRING soda, available exclusively at 7-Eleven, is Kosher. status. each bottle or can for the OK symbol, plus for its pareve / dairy status. [A plain OK symbol indicates pareve; BREAD: A limited inadvertently FILLETS IN WINEamount SAUCEwas - OU actually contain OK-D = dairy; OK-DE = dairy equipment.] Care should also be taken when purchasing variety packs, which may labeled with FILLETS the Kof-K IN Dairy logo.CREAM This bread HERRING SOUR - OU-D REMINDER - The following&products are no longer 7-ELEVEN AT LINCOLN GREENFIELD in contain a mixture of Kosher and non-Kosher varieties. contains is not certified byhas the a and havedairy been ingredients recalled. Theand mislabeled product Pas Yisroel. They to be certified Oak Park now hascontinue COR certification for Kosher all threewhen of Following current examples of non-Kosher and dairy orKof-K. DE varieties. However, please be aware that this list is Best Before date of 21 May 14 and lot number 03553, bearing the are K-COR symbol: its slurpee machines. not necessarily complete, the manufacturer can at any timebeintroduce additional flavors, or reformulate • PITA under theasfollowing labels: TANURI and will obvious to the consumer because the white BREAD STRING CHEESE PRODUCTS have existing ones. (American Bakery), MEIJER, PERFECTION sour cream sauce can be seen through the clear plastic SLURPEE FLAVOR CARDS on slurpee machines KRAFT Dairy certification the following DELI, SOPHIA, andanTRADER JOE’S. This applies OU jar. Properly labeled Elfon Herring Fillets invarieties, Wine Sauce at NON-KOSHER: 7-Eleven stores bear OU symbol on some when OU-D: Kraftinformation, String Cheese to all packages have athat datewhile of APR or later on only product hasbearing a clear the sauce. For more call varieties. Please bethat advised the14OU • Fruit Punch Kraft String Cheese Cracked • Black Cherry Lemonade theirmany plasticCoca-Cola closure, except for the Trader Joe’s brand 2% VitaMilk FoodMozzarella, Products at 800-989-8482. certifies and Fanta brand varieties MixedKraft Berry String Cheese Jalapeno, Kraft • Cranberry Raspberry - reg, and Diet Black •Pepper, for which the date is APR 12.certification applies of frozen beverage syrups, this • “Name The Flav!” Mystery • Grape Cheese Tomato Basil, and Flavor Twists Mozzarella • •LAWASH from American String TARGET FRUIT FLAVORED ANTACID, and brand only to the original boxFLATBREAD of syrup manufactured • Any other variety listing juicenot Grapeade Cheddar. Packages bearing agrape KD and are Bakery Products thatdoes was manufactured after March & CVS STRAWBERRY FLAVORED ASSORTED by Coca-Cola. The OU not provide store level supervision to manufacture guarantee store is using by recommended. 15. The Go date of canaand be determined FRUIT FLAVORED carmine, DAIRY [D]: Bananas (containsthat milk cream) DAIRY EQUIPMENT [DE]: ANTACID Many items incontain cans certified syrup for the products that the last six digits of slurpee the manufacturing codebear stamped an insect-derived coloring, but some packages were PHILADELPHIA brand BACON CREAM these flavor cards. Stores sometimes use syrups on the EARTH bag; e.g.,SUSHI 031514 = March 15, mistakenly labeled with anto OU These products NATURAL BROWN RICE in2014. bags hasthat recently been found in the East be symbol. seriously infested with SPREAD contains bacon and it is do correspond with brandthe and rice variety posted • not COOPER STREET COOKIES arenot not recommended certified. insects (including somethe inside grains), and isCHEESE at this actual time. In general,

does using, not bear a Kosherinsymbol on the package. on the machine.that all brands of brown rice be checked before recommended particularly the Northeast U.S. While at CUPS first theNATURAL OK announced that CUPS many Kosher ORONOQUE ORCHARDS 9” DEEP DISH PIE COOL GELS bear an Locally, the COR provides supervision for slurpees varieties ofinPhiladelphia Cream Cheese Spreads HECKERS ALL PURPOSE FLOUR is milled from Yoshon winter wheat a facility that handles only winter wheat. CRUSTS with UPC: 70427 13709 mistakenly do not unauthorized Kof-K symbol. at four 7-Eleven stores, but only for certain would by this change lose (For the thoseOU on malt inspecified flour, Chodosh date for maltbeis affected Dec 15 / “Best If Used By”and datewould of June 15 23.) bear symbol onasthe mostprobable recent machines inmakpid each store, on theprinting COR of their KraftMUSHROOMS Foods has made from adjustments [Sources: Kof-K, tonevertheless Chodosh] packaging, butGuide arethere. certified Kosher IPM certification, brand CANNED Limson certificate posted (LincolnOU & Greenfield: all to its process in response to consumers’ requests, pareve. Trading Inc. bear an unauthorized Kof-K symbol. three machines. 11 & Coolidge, 13 & Greenfield, and theascurrently certified varieties of Philadelphia TERRA VEGETABLE CHIPS were in the past certified by the Kof-K Bishul Yisroel. Effective immediately, they are and 11 & Lahser: only the left machine.) At nonCream Cheese Spreads will remain Kosher and will no longer Bishul Yisroel, but their Kosher certification continues, based on the Poskim who rule that chips do not New BREYERS in four STONYFIELD YoBaby PEACH & PEAR supervised stores,GELATO the COR INDULGENCES recommends that the continue bearing the OK-D symbol. require Bishul Yisroel. Bags which either have the “Bishul Yisroel” declaration or are marked (after the Best ORGANIC YOGURT in 4 oz. 6-pack cups with flavors recently became Kof-K certified, and new product consumer verify, with the manager’s permission, Before a Julian date of which 295 Dairy or feeds earlier, mayon still be Yisroel. theconsidered code dateBishul June 05 2014 has been recalled due to produced in the U.S. bears the Kof-K symbol that the date) box ofwith syrup in the back the ALEXIA POTATO FRIES and possible contamination with the CRINKLES, coliform Sweets Klebsiella the bottom label. However, please beand advised that there slurpee machine is a Chips Kosher brand variety, [Note: Some Terra varieties contain milkand and arewhich marked Kof-K Dairy; e.g., Mediterranean, & were previously certified OK Dairy, arecontact now pneumoniae. For more information, remains on the market a limited supply of product that also whether a non-Kosher or dairy flavor was used Apples, and Tropical.] onlyatwhen bearing OK Pareve on the label. Stonyfield 800-776-2697 or Stonyfield.com/ was in Italy without supervision; this pareve, veryproduced recently previously in this same spigot, in which case there Please check packaging carefully, as OK Dairy . as stated on the front of the package. product states “Product Italy” and CRUSTS does notgenerally the andrecall may still beBEa DIFFERENT mixture inofthe barrel. (Stores DARE TO BROCCOLI isbear Kosher Pareve, Some versions are still in store freezers. Kof-K, and should not be considered Kosher. do not clean the machine flavors.) For packages mistakenly list between Mozzarella and Parmesan Cheese in the ingredients. [Note: Dare To Be Different Some half-gallon containers labeled as SILK your convenience, from the Broccoli Crust Pizzaa Kosher of courseslurpee is dairy,list and is correctly marked.] CONFECTIONS OIL ROASTED NUT LIGHT ORIGINAL SOYMILK actually contain Many MILLVILLE CEREALS sold at atAldi which ARWAY Chicago Rabbinical Council is available http:// PRODUCTS are now certified dairy, and will bear SILK ALMONDMILK and have previously bore an OU no longer do, due to a change COUNTRY CROCK SPREADS have OU certification on many, but not all, of their products. Checkbeen eachrecalled item fordue the www.crcweb.org/Slurpee%20list.pdf . OK-D on new labels. to allergen issues. Both are certified OU-D. The in suppliers. Each box should be carefully checked for OU or OU-D symbol. Consumers should be aware that FANTA PINA mislabeled product has a “Use By” date of either Kosher marking. COLADA SYRUP for slurpees is certified OU KELLOGG’S SPECIAL K FUDGE TAPATIO RAMEN NOODLE SOUPS are available in two sizes. Those or in 3.7 oz. bowlsplus areWHITE not Kosher and doplant not 06/22/14 06/23/14, certain specific Dairy. In some 7-Eleven stores the slurpee flavor To be added to the email list for Kashrus Alerts Detroit,DIPPED send your email address to: kashrusalerts@gmail.com PRETZELS contains dairy ingredients, bear an OU. Those in 2.29 oz. cups were in the past OU certified and bore the OU symbol. However, the OU is no codes. Details are available from WhiteWave Foods SUNFLOWER GROVE RANCH FLAVORED card Pina Colada mistakenly a plain OU at the as Forfor questions, please leave a message bears for Rabbi Beryl Broyde Vaad Harabbonim Information Linebut 248-559-5005 #103. stated in theKashrus ingredient listing, some packages longer certifying any Tapatio Noodle Soups, and newer cups therefore no bear the OU. Stores may at 866-663-4349 or longer http://www.whitewave.com/ SUNFLOWER SEEDS soldRamen at Aldi contains dairy instead of an OU-D. mistakenly bear a plain OU without a D.

news/north-america/allergy-alert-on-undeclaredingredients, as stated thenon-OU ingredient listing, some have a mixture of OUinand cups; checkbut each cup carefully for the OU symbol. almondmilk-in-half-gallon-silk-light-original-s . packages mistakenly bear a plainTHINS OU without a D. THINaddictives ALMOND COOKIES

CAMANO ISLAND therefore MILLS products bearthe an Kof-K KINDER’S SEASONINGS no longer under Kof-K supervision; new containers do not bear sold at Costco and otherare stores are produced in both unauthorized OK symbol. These products are not symbol. Containers that still bear the Kof-K were produced previously under supervision. Canada and the U.S. Product of the Canadian plant OK certified. continued on page 58

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kashrus aLerts by Rabbi Beryl Broyde.........Continued from page 14

SNAPPLE PUNCH JUICE DRINK PRIME 10 FRUIT CATERING & CUISINE, 15600 W. 10 bears GOLD WHITE FUDGE MKEMBLEM Pareve certification. Product ofCOVERED the U.S. normally notOctober bear an OK symbol because plant bears a different certification and is certified Mile Rd., does Southfield, is under COR supervision (meat/ PRETZELS and MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED 28, 2021  A Service of the COR of Greater Detroit it contains grape juice that may not be Kosher. Dairy. Consumers should eachdairy package for its glatt). PRETZELS sold at CVScheck contain ingredients, Recently, special arrangement was made for correct stores alternate Canadian as statedstatus, in theasingredient listings,between but some packages October 17,PRODUCTS 2017 · CONTAIN A Service the CORbut of are Greater Detroit THE FOLLOWING KOSHER CERTIFIED DAIRYof INGREDIENTS, not labeled correctly as temporary of Snapple Fruit COR Punch, only for and U.S. product. NACHLASapproval CARAMELS is now under supervision mistakenly bear a plain OU without a D. Dairy: 64 oz. containers produced between March May (pareve). [248-252-1472 / nachlascaramels@gmail.com] 2014, and only when bearing the OK symbol. SOPHIA PITA BREAD is Kosher (not ALMONDS Pas Yisroel) SHURFINE brand CHILI LIME • GREAT VALUEDEW [Walmart] KETTLE COOKED SALT & VINEGAR POTATO CHIPS [revised OUinalert] - contains only when bearing the K-COR symbol. Some New MOUNTAIN BAJA BLASTthat soda,are a limitedcontains dairy ingredients, as stated the ingredient There are also other Snapple varieties not lactose, but mistakenly bears a plain OU symbol without the D. [Note: Great Value Classic Salt & Vinegar Sophia pita bread not bearing the K-COR is made by time release, is Kosher. listing, but some packages mistakenly bear a plain OU certified, plus some that may be dairy or dairy a non-Kosher plant. without a D. equipment. Each bottle or can should be checked Potato Chips is pareve and correctly bears a plain OU.] New MOUNTAIN FLARE/ Dairy fountain carefully for the OKDEW symbolSOLAR and its Pareve • SWEET DELISH! TASTY DONUT BITES from Weston Foods [Birthday Cake, Cookies Cream, Powdered Sugar, THOMAS MUFFIN TOASTING Some 12 oz.ENGLISH jars labeled as&ELF brand HERRING soda, status.available exclusively at 7-Eleven, is Kosher. BREAD: A limited was inadvertently Red Velvet] - mistakenly bear a plain Kof-K symbol without the D.IN FILLETS WINEamount SAUCE - OU actually contain labeled with FILLETS the Kof-K IN Dairy logo.CREAM This bread HERRING SOUR REMINDER - The following are no longer 7-ELEVEN LINCOLN &products GREENFIELD inmistakenly • KODIAKAT CAKES CORNBREAD MIX - some boxes bear a plain OK symbol without the D. - OU-D contains and is not certified byhas the a and havedairy been ingredients recalled. The mislabeled product Pas Yisroel. They to be certified Oak Park now hascontinue COR certification for Kosher all threewhen of •slurpee KETO AND CO symbol: SHORTBREAD KETO COOKIE MIX - some packages mistakenly bear14 a plain OUnumber symbol without Kof-K. Best Before date of 21 May and lot 03553, bearing the machines. K-COR its • PITA the D.BREAD under the following labels: TANURI and will be obvious to the consumer because the white STRING CHEESE PRODUCTS have (American Bakery), MEIJER, PERFECTION sour cream sauceacan be COR seen (Canada) through the clear plastic SLURPEE FLAVOR CARDS slurpee machines - KRAFT • LONGO'S BAKE YOUR OWNonBUTTER CROISSANTS mistakenly bear plain symbol without Dairy certification the following DELI, SOPHIA, andanTRADER JOE’S. This applies OU jar. 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Packages bearing a KD and are not Bakery Products thatdoes was manufactured after March & CVS STRAWBERRY FLAVORED ASSORTED by Coca-Cola. The OU not provide store level15. supervision to manufacture guarantee that store is using by recommended. The date of cana be determined FRUIT FLAVORED ANTACID contain carmine, certified syrup for the slurpee products that bear the last six digits of the manufacturing code stamped KOSHER an insect-derived THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS BEAR AN UNAUTHORIZED SYMBOL: coloring, but some packages were PHILADELPHIA brand BACON CREAM theseon flavor cards. sometimes use2014. syrups that the bag; e.g.,Stores 031514 = March 15, mistakenly labeled with an OU symbol. These products CHEESE SPREAD contains actual bacon and do• not correspond with the brand and variety posted COOPER STREET COOKIES are not certified. • GENERAL MILLS GOLDEN GRAHAMS S'MORES REMIX (contains gelatin) - some packages bear an

does not bear a Kosher symbol on the package. on the machine. unauthorized OU-D symbol. first theNATURAL OK announced that CUPS many Kosher ORONOQUE ORCHARDS 9” DEEPforDISH PIE While COOLat CUPS GELS bear an Locally, the COR provides supervision slurpees varieties ofanPhiladelphia Cream Cheese Spreads • BOWL & BASKET CAULIFLOWER RICE [A ShopRite brand] bears unauthorized MK (Montreal) symbol. CRUSTS with UPC: 70427 13709 mistakenly do not unauthorized Kof-K symbol. at four 7-Eleven stores, but only for certain would be affected by this change and would lose bear OU symbol onasthe most SWEET recent machines in brand each store, specified on theprinting COR in of • the DOLLY WHOLE KERNEL CORN 15 oz. cans, distributedKraft by RDFoods Foodshas Americas and labeled their made from adjustments packaging, but arethere. nevertheless certified Kosher IPM certification, brand CANNED MUSHROOMS Limson certificate posted (LincolnOU & Greenfield: all Product of Thailand, bears an unauthorized Star-K symbol. (Those bearing a Star-K symbol and to its process in response to consumers’ requests, pareve. Trading Inc. bear an unauthorized Kof-K symbol.labeled three machines. 11 & Coolidge, 13 & Greenfield, and the currently certified varieties of Philadelphia Product of China and 11 & Lahser: onlyare theapproved.) left machine.) At nonCream Cheese Spreads will remain Kosher andPEAR will STONYFIELD YoBaby PEACH New BREYERS GELATO INDULGENCES in four supervised the COR recommends that theby Coloma • GRAPEstores, JUICE CONCENTRATES manufactured Frozenbearing Foods bear an unauthorized cRc & symbol. the OK-D ORGANIC YOGURT in symbol. 4 oz. 6-pack cups with flavors recently became certified, and new product continue consumer verify, with Kof-K the manager’s permission, WEGMANS GLUTEN FREE BROWNIES - some unauthorized OU2014 symbol. the an code date June 05 has been recalled due to produced in the U.S. bears the Kof-K Dairy symbol on bear that• the box of syrup in the back which feeds the labels ALEXIA POTATO FRIES and CRINKLES, possible contamination with the coliform Klebsiella the bottom label. However, please be advised that there slurpee machine CHEESE is a Kosher brand andTORTELLINI variety, and • WEGMANS GLUTEN FREE - some labels bear an unauthorized OU symbol. which were previously certified OK Dairy, arecontact now remains on thea market a limited supply of product that pneumoniae. For more information, also whether non-Kosher or dairy flavor was used • LONGO'S DOUBLE CREAM BRIE CHEESE bears an unauthorized Kof-K (D.E.) symbol. This product is not pareve, only when bearing OK Pareve on the label. was in Italy without supervision; this Stonyfield at 800-776-2697 or Stonyfield.com/ veryproduced recently previously in this same spigot, in which case there Please check packaging carefully, as OK Dairy Kosher isItaly” dairy). product states “Product and (Stores does notgenerally bear the recall . may still be acertified mixture(and inofthe barrel. versions are still in store freezers. Kof-K, and should not be considered Kosher. do •notLEONARDO clean the machine between flavors.) For SWEETS ROYAL BEE ICING DECORATION sold in Israel bears an unauthorized cRc symbol. Some half-gallon containers labeled as SILK your convenience, a Kosher slurpee list from the ARWAY CONFECTIONS OIL NUT • EFT, INC. - Any products produced byat EFT, Inc. that bear a KSA symbol, are fraudulent andROASTED unauthorized. This LIGHT ORIGINAL SOYMILK actually contain Many MILLVILLE CEREALS sold at Aldi which Chicago Rabbinical Council is available http:// PRODUCTS are now certified dairy, and will bear includes personal care and house care products. previously bore an OU no longer do, due to a change SILK ALMONDMILK and have been recalled due www.crcweb.org/Slurpee%20list.pdf . OK-D on new labels. to allergen certified in Each box should be carefully checked forby Garden Consumers should beRAW aware that FANTA PINA •suppliers. VITAMIN CODE ANTIOXIDANTS distributed of Lifeissues. of PalmBoth Beachare Gardens, FL, OU-D. that bearsThe an mislabeled product has a “Use By” date of either Kosher marking. COLADA SYRUP for slurpees is certified OU KELLOGG’S SPECIAL K WHITE FUDGE expiration date prior to September 1, 2022, contains06/22/14 a non-Kosher Kosher, even plant when or ingredient 06/23/14, and plusis not certain specific Dairy. In someTo7-Eleven thelistslurpee flavor be added tostores the email for Kashrus Alerts Detroit,DIPPED send your email address to: kashrusalerts@gmail.com PRETZELS contains dairy ingredients, bearing a Star-K symbol. codes. Details are available from WhiteWave Foods SUNFLOWER GROVE RANCH FLAVORED card Pina Colada mistakenly a plain OU at the as Forfor questions, please leave a message bears for Rabbi Beryl Broyde Vaad Harabbonim Information Linebut 248-559-5005 #103. stated in theKashrus ingredient listing, some packages SUNFLOWER SEEDS sold at Aldi contains dairy at 866-663-4349 or http://www.whitewave.com/ instead of an OU-D. KERAVIATIN HAIR & SCALP HEALTH SUPPLEMENTS unauthorized Kof-K symbol. • KERANIQUE mistakenly bears bear aan plain OU without a D.

ingredients, as stated in the ingredient listing, but some news/north-america/allergy-alert-on-undeclared• CASA MILO TRADITIONAL TARALLI - some an unauthorized OU symbol (contains wine). . packages mistakenly bear a plainTHINS OU without a D.labels bearalmondmilk-in-half-gallon-silk-light-original-s THINaddictives ALMOND COOKIES

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Tires Check the tire pressure and wear on your current tires, and your spare. Bald tires are dangerous in slippery conditions. Battery Batteries die more frequently in the winter. Older batteries are particularly susceptible. Be proactive, get your battery tested for free at local O'Reilly, AutoZone, and many tire stores. Antifreeze Antifreeze, also known as coolant, is essential for your engine in the winter. It works to keep it from freezing. Always make sure that your coolant levels are full and that there aren’t any leaks in your coolant system. Windshield Wipers In the winter your wipers need to be in tip-top shape in order to keep your windshield free of snow, ice, and other dirt that gets kicked up from the road. AutoZone and O’Reilly Auto Parts will install wipers for free, even in the cold. Washer fluid Always keep wiper fluid topped off. Salt and sand from the roads can get kicked up onto your windshield making it hard to see. We recommend keeping an extra bottle of fluid in your car. Lights Make sure that all of your exterior lights are properly functioning. Remember to clear snow and ice off of your lights before hitting the road. Gasoline level Try to keep your tank at least half full. This helps keep accumulated water from freezing inside of your fuel pump and also allows you to keep your car on and the heat running if you get stuck. Defroster and Heat Make sure to check that both of these systems are properly working in your vehicle before weather conditions make them a necessity. Did you know that your AC system is used in the winter to remove moisture and fog from the windshield? Winter Supplies Make sure that you have in your vehicle: Scraper/Brush, Flashlight, Water bottle and a few nonperishable snacks, Cell phone charger, Gloves, and a Blanket. 

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JOINT CHANUKAH SAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT FROM: SOUTHFIELD FIRE, HATZALAH, AND OAK PARK PUBLIC SAFETY

BE SAFE THIS CHANUKAH. •

Choose a menorah that is sturdy and made of non-combustible materials.

Clear the surface that you will be placing the menorah on and the surrounding fall area from all flammable materials like paper and plastic items.

When displaying your menorah, make sure it is 3 feet away from combustible materials on all sides particularly from window shades and curtains.

If you go out, blow it out

Keep kids and pets away from a lit menorah, create a kid and pet free zone around your menorah.

Never leave lit candles unattended, especially while sleeping

IMPORTANT SAFETY MESSAGE FROM SOUTHFIELD FIRE: Make sure you have working smoke alarms on each level of your home and in all sleeping rooms. Also, ensure that you have working carbon monoxide alarms on all levels of your home.

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Zmanim ~

‫זמנים‬

‫עלות‬ ‫השחר‬

‫משיכיר‬

Alot Hashachar

Earliest Talit

Sunrise

Sunday November 7

5:48 AM

6:21 AM

7:14 AM

9:02 AM

12:16 PM 12:41 PM 5:18 PM

6:00 PM

Sunday November 14

5:56 AM

6:29 AM

7:23 AM

9:06 AM

12:17 PM 12:41 PM 5:11 PM

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Sunday November 21

6:03 AM

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9:11 AM

12:19 PM 12:42 PM 5:06 PM

5:48 PM

Sunday November 28

6:10 AM

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12:21 PM 12:44 PM 5:02 PM

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Sunday December 5

6:17 AM

6:51 AM

7:47 AM

9:20 AM

12:23 PM 12:46 PM 5:00 PM

5:42 PM

‫לוח‬ ‫זמנים‬

‫נץ‬ ‫החמה‬

‫סו''ז‬ ‫קריאת‬ ‫שמע‬ Sof Zman Shema M.A.

‫חצות‬ Midday

‫מנחה‬ ‫גדולה‬ Mincha Gedolah

‫שקיעה‬

‫צאת‬ ‫הכוכבים‬

Sunset

Tzeit HaKochavim 42 MIN.

All Zmanim are verified with www.ou.org

Women’s Shiurim Schedule November 2021 Day

Time

Speaker

Location

Sunday

10:30 AM Dr. Helene Shapero

Young Israel of Oak Park –oorhttps://zoom.us/j/186357778

Sunday

12:00 PM Mrs. Shira Smiles

Call 248-968-6126 for info

Topic Birchas Hamazon

Parsha

Sunday

8:15 PM Rabbi Aharon Sorscher

302-202-1110 access code 935059 Hilchos Shabbos

Monday

9:30 AM Monday with Meaning

https://zoom.us/j/86079818264 password: 123

Monday

7:00 PM Dr. David Tenenbaum

Young Israel of Oak Park

Monday

8:15 PM Rabbi Avraham Bleich

Home of Chani Zeiler 14240 Vernon, Oak Park

Tuesday

7:00 PM Rabbi Leiby Burnham

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/346 893462 password: 123

Wednesday

11:30 AM Mrs. Channie Schwab

25961 Harding Square

Sefer Yehoshua

12:00 PM Rabbi Leiby Burnham

https://zoom.us/j/95346934265 password : 123

Parsha

Thursday

TBA Orchos Chaim of the Rosh

Tefila The Prophets

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DETROIT METRO - WINTER 5782 (2021-2022) – E.S.T. WEEKDAY MINYONIM “BY THE MINUTE” SHACHARIS (SUN) Vasikin 6:40# 6:50# 7:00 7:30

7:45 ^ ^ 8:00

8:15 ^ 8:30

8:45 9:00 ^ ^ 9:30

SHACHARIS (MON-FRI)

B’nai Zion Young Israel – Oak Park Agudah-Magen Avrohom B’nai Israel Chabad – N. Oak Park Ahavas Olam (R. Klein) Dovid Ben Nuchim Kollel Yeshiva Gedolah Chabad Shul – 9 Mile Shomrey Emunah Yeshivas Darchei Torah Mesivta of W. Bloomfield (WB) Bais HaKneses Ha’Gra Beth Tefilo B’nai Israel Sherwood Shul (Alta Vista+Lathrup) Young Israel – Oak Park Young Israel – Southfield Ohel Moed (WB) Yagdil Torah Yeshiva Bais Yehudah (3rd Flr) Kollel Toras Chaim (14641 Balfour) Ahavas Olam (R. Klein) Tugman Bais Chabad (WB) Chabad Farmington Hills The Shul (WB) Shar Hashamyim Windsor Balfour Shul (R. Bromberg at Aish) Dovid Ben Nuchim Young Israel – Southfield Chabad Mesivta – 10 Mile Keter Torah (WB) Hillel of Ann Arbor (U of M) Chabad Grand Rapids (Call First) Ahavas Yisroel (R. Babayov)

Shabbos – Earliest Shacharis Vasikin K’hal Chareidim 7:30 Young Israel – Southfield 8:00 B’nai Israel 8:15 Yeshiva Gedolah 8:15 Young Israel – Oak Park Friday Night – Latest Maariv 72 Min after Shekia–Yeshiva Gedolah

Vasikin 6:05/6:15# 6:40# 6:40/6:50 6:45/6:55# 6:50 6:50/7:00 6:55# 6:55/7:00# 7:00#

MINCHA (SUN-THU)

B’nai Zion Young Israel OP(Later if Neitz is very late) Agudah-Magen Avrohom Chabad Farmington Hills Young Israel – Southfield Sherwood Shul (Alta Vista+Lathrup) Tugman Bais Chabad (WB) Dovid Ben Nuchim Yagdil Torah B’nai Israel Beth Tefilo Keter Torah (WB) Young Israel - Oak Park # Ohel Moed (WB) The Shul (WB) 7:05 Toras Chaim (14641 Balfour) 7:10# Shomrey Emunah 7:15# Bais HaKneses Ha’Gra # Chabad – N. Oak Park # Ahavas Olam (R. Klein) # Balfour Shul (R. Bromberg at Aish) Chabad Grand Rapids (Call First) 7:20/7:30^ Chabad/Hillel Ann Arbor 7:30 Kollel Yeshiva Gedolah Chabad Shul – 9 Mile 7:45^ Mesivta of W. Bloomfield ^ Yeshivas Darchei Torah ^ Yeshiva Bais Yehudah (3rd Flr) 8:00 B’nai Israel Young Israel - Southfield 8:30 Kollel 9:00 Dovid Ben Nuchim ^ Chabad Mesivta – 10 Mile 9:30 Ahavas Yisroel (R. Babayov)

Beth Tefilo (Moves Later in Jan/Feb) Kollel Ahavas Olam (R. Klein) * 333 W. Fort St. (Suite 1350) Downtown 1:30* Crown Pointe #515 (Call First) 1:30 Minyan Avreichim (Friday Only) 2:05*^ Yeshiva Bais Yehudah (3rd Flr) 2:15* Calmed Medical (24123 Greenfield - #100) 2:15^* Yeshivas Darchei Torah 2:20^ Yeshiva Gedolah 2:30 Kollel ^ Mesivta of W. Bloomfield (WB) 3:00^ Kollel Bais Yehudah ^ Chabad Mesivta – 10 Mile 3:15^ Yeshiva Gedolah ^ Chassidishe Kollel (Dovid Ben Nuchim) 20 Min. Before Shekia: Young Israel – Oak Park 15 Min. Before Shekia: Young Isreal – Southfield Ohel Moed (WB) 10 Min. Before Shekia: Agudah – Magen Avrohom B’nai Israel Chabad – N. Oak Park Dovid Ben Nuchim Shomrey Emunah Tugman Bais Chabad (WB) 5 Min Before Shekia: Ahavas Yisroel (R. Babayov) Chabad Shul – 9 Mile

Shabbos – Latest Shacharis 9:30 Chabad - N. Oak Park Chabad – Farmington Hills Ahavas Yisroel (R. Babayov) Woodward Avenue Shul Young Israel – Southfield 10:00^ Chabad Mesivta – 10 Mile Birmingham Bloomfield Shul 10:15 Chabad 9 Mile

Shabbos – Earliest Mincha 1:00 Bham Blmfld Shul (37357 Woodward) 1:15 Minyan Avreichim 2:00 Kollel 2:15 Pierce St. Shul (24837 Templar) Sherwood Shul (Alta Vista+Lathrup) Minyan Avreichim

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MAARIV (SUN-THU) Shekia: Agudah – Magen Avrohom Ahavas Yisroel (5 min after Mincha) B’nai Israel Dovid Ben Nuchim Shomrey Emunah Tugman Bais Chabad (WB) Young Israel – Oak Park Young Israel – Southfield Ohel Moed (WB) 30 Min. After Shekia: Chabad – N. Oak Park Chabad Shul – 9 Mile 6:30 Kollel B’nai Israel 6:50^ Chabad Mesivta – 10 Mile 7:45 Kollel (Downstairs Side Bais Medrash) 8:15^ Balfour Shul (R. Bromberg at Aish) 8:30 B’nai Israel 8:45 Kollel 9:00 Toras Chaim (14641 Balfour) Sherwood Shul (Alta Vista+Lathrup) 9:15 Pierce St. Shul (24837 Templar) ^ Mesivta of W. Bloomfield (WB) 9:30 Ahavas Yisroel (R. Babayov) Ahavas Olam (R. Klein) 9:45^ Beth Tefilo ^ Chassidishe Kollel (Dovid Ben Nuchim) 10:00 Kollel Yeshiva Gedolah 10:10^ Kollel Bais Yehudah 10:15 Yagdil Torah 10:40 B’nai Israel 11:00 Kollel (Bein Hazmanim Only) Friday – Mincha Gedolah 1:30 Minyan Avreichim 1:30 Crown Pointe #515 (Call First) After Fast Day – Late Maariv 10:00 Kollel Yeshiva Gedolah Online List: cordetroit.com/community/minyanim/

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• Complete Foot and Ankle Care for Adults and Children • Most Insurance Plans Accepted • Surgical Privileges at Most Local Hospitals and Surgery Centers

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Office Hours: Monday-Thursday less than 20 minutes from the Oak Park/ Southfield area

Heel Slides

By Sharon Green , CPT

If you have a knee injury, you may worry that exercising could cause more pain. But the opposite is often true. Strengthening the muscles above and below your knee and increasing the range of motion in the knee joint is the best way to recovery and to prevent further injuries. A safe exercise I recommend is heel slides. You can try heel slides lying down or seated depending on your needs. Each one will target slightly different muscles. Here's how: Sit on the floor or lie on your back with your legs extended in front of you. Slide your heel along the floor as close as you comfortably can towards your buttocks. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. Slowly slide back to the starting position, straighten your knee a bit harder, pressing the underside of your knee towards the floor with strength. Tips: Work up to 3 sets of 10 repetitions. Use slow, controlled movements. Avoid fast, jerky movements. If needed, use a strap or towel around your foot to assist with the movement. Place a plastic bag under your heel to allow it to slide easily across carpet or a bed. Wear socks or place a towel under your heel if you’re using a hard floor. If you're lying down, press your low back into the floor or place a folded towel under your low back or tail bone for support. Engage your core muscles to avoid arching your back. You may feel slight pressure or a sensation in or around your knee, but you shouldn't feel pain. If you do, stop and contact your doctor. Mrs. Sharon Green is a certified personal trainer, senior fitness specialist, and group workout instructor through the National Academy of Sports Medicine, NASM. To join a group workout or to receive a free fitness assessment, call (248) 730-6006. cpr/aed/first aid & insured.

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Save the Date!

Rabbi Hanoch Teller

Storyteller Extraordinaire

Monday, December 13, 2021 at 7 pm at the Holocaust Memorial Center Admission: $10 or free with membership. Rabbi Hanoch Teller is a globetrotting modern-day maggid renowned as the King of the Storytellers and the Shakespeare of the Yeshivah World.

On erev Asarah b’Teves, Rabbi Teller will speak on

the topic of Learning from Our Parent’s Past to Make a Better Future. The son of a Holocaust survivor, Rabbi Teller is on a mission to keep the memory of his father’s experience alive, thus continuing a legacy of creating a better future. Through stories of personal encounters, and identifying the failures of bystanders, Teller will portray the lessons of the Holocaust in relatable ways that empower contemporary audiences.

Register today at www.holocaustcenter.org/december or call (248) 553-2653. Support for this program has been provided in memory of Martin Rose. Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus 28123 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills MI 48334

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YDT Cheshvan Event

Rabbi Kuber | halachic seminar

Volgyi Fordonski Wedding

MiYOUchad Learning

JRC Shabbaton

Clevelander Rebbe visits Detroit

YBY Parshas Noach

Shomrey Emunah Hachnosas Sefer Torah

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Our open letter to the community, We, the undersigned health care professionals in our community, are deeply disturbed by the information contained in an advertisement published in the October Community Links touting Ivermectin, Vitamin D, Zinc, Vitamin C and Quercetin as measures that the advertisement claims to have been “proven effective” both “in preventing COVID-19 infections” and in treating “corona at all stages.” While the vitamins they recommend are likely harmless, Ivermectin is not recommended by the FDA or the CDC due to potential risks and lack of proven efficacy. The advertisement makes absolutely no mention of immunizations which have been shown to be highly safe and effective in preventing severe disease requiring hospitalization and even more effective in preventing death. It makes no mention of monoclonal antibody therapy which has been proven to prevent progression to severe disease in patients with risk factors. It makes no mention of isolating those who are ill to prevent spread to others. We feel that using the therapy recommended in the advertisement and ignoring the accepted medical recommendations put the public at risk and therefore we feel obligated to speak out. Jack Belen, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Lynn Blavin, MD, MPH, Family Medicine and Public Health

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Yosef Huber, MD, Internal Medicine

Edward Hurvitz, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Jay Idler, MD, Maternal-Fetal Medicine

Robert Kelman, MD, Emergency Medicine

Howard A. Klausner, MD, Emergency Medicine

Mitchell Klausner, MD, Internal Medicine

Howard Korman, MD, Urology

Daniel Kotsias, LMSW

Chanan Kroll, MD, Anesthesiology

Larry Kurz, MD, Orthopedic Surgery

Jeffrey Last, PhD, Psychology

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An open letter to 53 health care professionals: You recently issued an open letter to denounce a Community Links advertisement that touted ivermectin, vitamin D, zinc, vitamin C, and quercetin as “proven effective” measures to prevent and treat covid. We, the anonymous authors of this letter, wish to respond, not to defend any or all aspects of that ad—which we agree contained several errors and exaggerations—but to pose some questions and provide you (and the community) with information that you may not be aware of if your medical knowledge only comes from “approved” sources. As health care professionals who have earned the respect of your community, it behooves you to be fully informed on the latest medical science, including minority opinions, before discouraging potentially life‐saving preventions and treatments. To that end, we pose the following questions: Regarding the Safety and Efficacy of Ivermectin and Other Non‐Approved Therapeutics 1.

Are you aware that ivermectin (the human version, obviously) is included in the NIH’s list of “Antiviral Agents That Are Approved or Under Evaluation for the Treatment of COVID‐19”? The NIH does NOT recommend

against the use of ivermectin. NIH’s official stance is that it does not recommend “either for or against the use of ivermectin for the treatment of COVID‐19” but it recognizes that trials are ongoing.

Regarding the Safety and Efficacy of Approved Therapeutics 5.

How accurate/reliable have the representations and predictions from government sources about the MRNA/adenovirus shots been? Not very. The claim that the

Regarding the Practice of Medicine 7.

How would you describe the track record of the CDC, FDA, and AMA over the last 18 months? Have they made any

decisions that you believe may be based on financial or political concerns rather than purely a desire to promote public health? Do they deserve our unquestioning trust as a matter of course?

shots prevent transmission was retracted by the CDC and shown to be false (some studies have even suggested a negative correlation). 2. Are you aware that ivermectin, whose And the most recent statistics give 8. Do you believe that doctors inventors won the Nobel Prize in 2015, is lie to the claim that the shots offer should be able to prescribe acknowledged by the NIH and CDC to be 100% protection from hospital‐ FDA‐approved medications extremely safe? The NIH says that it is ization and death. While that may for off‐label use? In your have once been true, as of August– “generally well tolerated” (particularly as experience, have you ever seen September, when the delta strain compared with remdesivir) and the CDC reports such a coordinated effort by began to predominate and the jabs’ that “oral ivermectin has been used extensively regulatory bodies to discourage or waning efficacy became manifest, and safely for over two decades in many prohibit off‐label use of a generally this claim can no longer be made in countries.” In 2019 the CDC promulgated guide‐ safe drug on the grounds of good faith. So why do we still hear lines advising that all refugees arriving in the unproven efficacy (particularly for about benefits that increasingly no United States from many parts of the world be a novel pathogen for which there longer apply (or are substantially given multiple doses pre‐emptively for potential could be no prior established diminished) and comparisons of infections. Ivermectin is approved for use in standard of care)? Do you agree “vaxed vs unvaxed” misleadingly children (to combat lice, which is an off‐label use). that in the last eighteen months based on cumulative numbers with Over 4 billion doses have been administered we have seen unprecedented the irrelevant pre‐delta period, rather worldwide with few reported major side effects. suppression, censorship, and than on current trends and figures? Thus, even if efficacy is as of yet not conclusively penalization of dissenting medical proven, its safety profile is absolutely not 6. Do people who have received viewpoints by federal agencies and contested. (Query: If this is true, why have you a covid shot really have large hospital systems? This isn’t been led to believe otherwise?) about any one drug; it is a nothing to fear from the 3. How familiar are you with research and deliberate campaign against all disease? Is it possible that they recommendations regarding any number effective outpatient treatments. may still be at risk, particularly five Are you familiar with the term of vitamins, repurposed/off‐label drugs, or six months after receiving the “regulatory capture”? nutraceuticals, and other preventative jab? Even if you support widespread use of the shots, does that require measures and early treatments? Have you 9. What is the appropriate disavowing all other therapies? recommended that people take vitamin D and/or standard of proof needed to Given that we may be entering a zinc supplements to lessen their risk of promote the use of generally‐ winter wave, isn’t it prudent even hospitalization and death from covid? Have you recognized‐as‐safe drugs and for vaccinated folks to have some recommended that patients take aspirin at the supplements? If the safety risk is awareness of potentially life‐saving first sign of infection to prevent life‐threatening early treatment options? Could you low, the potential benefit is high, blood clots? What about frequent antiseptic be harming people by discouraging and the degree of efficacy is mouthwash use to minimize viral replication in the them from looking into preventative unknown, is it wrong to call pharynx before it gets to your lungs? Why or why and early treatment protocols? attention to studies showing not? How many of the 60+ studies of ivermectin, (We agree that monoclonal anti‐ benefit and suggest that perhaps it the vast majority of which found statistically body therapy should be mentioned is worth trying, or at least asking significant improvements, have you personally as it has been shown to be extremely one’s doctor about? On the other reviewed? Have you based any medical effective and does not appear to have hand, is it appropriate to actively recommendations on any independent research or major safety concerns, but adding a discourage such use on the grounds anything other than the official guidelines of the recommendation for this therapy did that certain government agencies CDC, FDA, or your hospital? not require an open letter have not provided their 4. How many covid patients have you disavowing other treatments.) imprimatur?

personally treated? What were the outcomes?

We urge you to review the following sources authored or promoted by licensed physicians before making conclusions:    

Frontline Covid‐19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) Prevention and Treatment Protocols—https://covid19criticalcare.com/covid‐19‐protocols/ Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS) Treatment Guide—https://aapsonline.org/covidpatientguide/ Physicians Declaration, Global Covid Summit (with 12,700+ signatures so far)—https://doctorsandscientistsdeclaration.org/ Early Treatment Report website (not compiled by a doctor, but links to lots of other resources): https://www.earlytreatmentreport.com/

Signed, Anonymous… for now…

Health care professionals: If you agree with the sentiments expressed here, please consider sending your information to openletterMI@gmail.com, which will be kept fully confidential. If we receive a critical mass of support, we may contact you to inquire if you wish to be included as a signatory in a follow‐up, public (non‐anonymous) letter. Before publishing we will tell all the prospective signers the number (but not the identities) of the other positive responses and give you the opportunity to decide whether to include or withhold your name from the letter. Any other comments or complaints (preferably with supporting evidence) can also be sent to openletterMI@gmail.com.

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