100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

April 16, 1976 - Image 5

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

t It: 1h

.4V C. ff.

NE CAN FIT YOU!

GOWNS
'29 tos129

LONG, SHORT STYLES

WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAS

PARTIES. SIZES 6 to 44

%

SHANDELS

154 SOUTH WOODWARD
BIRMINGHAM MI 2-4150

Starting Monday at



SURWIN'S

OF NORTHLAND

SPRING!

sArE

S pecial Groups

REDUCED!

1 /3 off

1 2 off

DRESSES'
• alues
S25 to S120

V

si5 tos59

•COATS N.

Values S35
to S200

s19 tos9a

•SUITS

& PANT SUITS

Values $45 to $200

$29tos99

SPECIAL LOT

S PORT SWEAR

er $6 to $50 Values

$4 to s25

Saudi Aircraft
Leaves Israel

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Saudi Arabian C-130 mili-
tary transport plane that
was intercepted after pene-
trating Israeli air space
Monday left Ben-Gurion
airport Tuesday for Riyadh.
The 36 passengers and crew
members thanked Israel for
the hospitality extended
them.

The plane, which was on
its way from Damascus to
Riyadh was intercepted
when it entered Israeli air-
space near Rosh Hanikra on
a course that would have
taken it over Israel. The
Saudi Arabian pilot obeyed
instruction to land at Ben-
Gurion.
Twenty-five of the 31 pas-
sengers were Saudi Arabian
soldiers. There were three
Americans aboard, em-
ployes of Lockheed, who
were training the Saudi
crew in flying the C-130.

The Saudis spent the
night at an Israeli army
base where an officer's club
was turned into an impro-
vised dormitory. The Ameri-
cans were housed at the
homes of American em-
bassy personnel.

'

,

Jews who wandered in de-
serts beneath the stars
knew their hearts were hun-
gry for God.

April 16, 1976 5

The first watch that really says you

The Monogrammed Watch by Pedre

Now you can have the ultimate in personalized fashion
watches. The Monogrammed Watch by Pedre. With your very
own initials in gold color on a gold and silver colored dial. It's
beautifully styled and beautifully made with the finest 17
jewel Swiss quality movement. Comes in ladies' styles of 18k
gold plated case with black genuine leather strap or in 18k
gold plated case with bangle bracelet. Makes a perfect gift
for any occasion. So, come in and see the Monogrammed
Watch by Pedre. Be the first to have this exclusive, beautiful
watch.
With leather strap

Daily—Hospital
Sympathy

FRUIT
BASKETS

3 Times Daily
Nation-Wide
Deli iery
"" $13.95

$60.00

y
RODNICK-
McINERNEVS
779-4140 772-4350

U

George Ohrenstein

MEGA

Jewelers Ltd.

Creative Jewelers — Precision time pieces
Diamonds — Precious Stones

HARVARD ROW MALL
11 Mile & Lahser
353-3146

• c)z-11::

--";•

NEW YORK — The win-
ners of a Bicentennial "Song
Contest for Youth" was an-
nounced by Shalom Altman
of Philadelphia, chairman
of the Jewish Welfare
Board, Jewish Music Coun-
cil, which sponsored the
contest.
Daniel Freelander, 23, of
Worcester, Mass., a second:.
year rabbinical student at
Hebrew Union College-Jew-
ish Institute of Religion in
New York, and -Jeffrey
Klepper, 22, of Albany,
N.Y., a second-year canto-
rial student at the School of
Sacred Music of the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion, won first
prize for their song
"V'Yashvu Ish" ("And Man
Will Sit"), a setting of bibli-
cal text in Hebrew and En-
glish (Micah 4:4 and Micah
4:3).
The second prize was
awarded to Mitzi March Mo-
gul, 19, a music major at
Los Angeles Valley College,
for her song with original
English text, "The Open
Door."

Gush Emunim
Pesah March OK'd

)1,4,140:*****a"
7

75177.-

7

ss:•V,

NOW SHOWING!

4,-741. ' 7w

,

Contest Winners
Named by JWB

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet voted down a
, Blouses, Jackets, Slacks,
Mapam move to ban the
Skirts, Sweaters, Blazers, etc.
Gush Emunim's planned
Passover
march through the
OPEN
OPEN
Judaean hills to Jericho.
,,,, • , SUNDAY
NIGHTS
Only Victor Shemtov and
Shlomo Rosen of Mapam
<fi:0:14
voted for the ban.
The Independent Liberal
Party abstained and all
other ministers voted to al-
low the march, scheduled to
begin Sunday. Defense Min-
ister Shimon Peres stressed
NORTHLAND (Lot G)
that the march planners
-USE YOUR CREDIT-
had pledged to keep away
•Amer. Express •BankAmericard
from inhabited areas and
•Diner's Club •MasterCharge
not to attempt to set up un-
authorized settlements.

.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

if N. iron Atgar,

THE GREAT
CASUAL LOOKS
FOR SPRING!

Whether you wear Short,
Regular, Long or Portly,
Shifman's has the styles and
sizes to help you make the most
of Spring ;ere are just a few
examples. The fine, shawl
collared Damon knit comes in a
couple different shades of blue,
maize, rust, brown, tan and
salmon and costs $25.00.
Contrasting Dacron Polyester-
Wool slacks are available at
$37.50. The Denim-look leisure
suit we've pictured here is just -
one of 850. It is actually a fine
Brushed Cotton by Stanley
Blacker and costs $120.00.

shifmarfs

The store for all seasons & sizes

LINCOLN CENTER

Greenfield @ 10 1/2 Mile

Also Eastland and the Livonia, Brighton and Macomb Malls

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan