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September 14, 1979 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-14

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14 Friday, September 14, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Study Focuses
on British Jews

PHILADELPHIA - A
new release from the Jewish
Publication Society, "The
Jews of Georgian England,"
contributes significantly to
an understanding of the his-
tory of western Jewry.

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DELICATE
14K GOLD
RINGS

A. Reg. 12.50 Serpentine ring with
10.00
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B. Reg. 15.00 Delicate band with
12.00
flat heart
C. Reg. 21.20 Tenuous band with
16.95
diamond
D. Reg. 22.50 Sinuous band with
18.00
dangling heart
E. Reg. 30.62 Twisting band with
24.50
pendent penny

F. Rea. 40.63 Heart with dia-
mond on link chain .. 32.50
G. Reg. 38.54 Link chain su-
30.83
spends 3 hearts
H. Reg. 39.58 A solitary heart on
31.67
sleek chain
I. Reg. 53.72 Diamonds accent
42.97
delicate chain

4 3 5 7 8 6 3 9 1 4 K
GOLD NECKLACES

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J. Reg. 5.4.50 Fine chain with
43.52
heart of gold
K. Reg. 64.06 V-shaped design
51.25
with diamond
L. Reg. 107.99 Diamond setting
86.39
in heart shape _
M. Reg. 81.47 Chain holds
square with diamond . 65.17
N. Reg. 77.98 Circle with dia-
62.39
mond on thin chain

limited quantities

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14K SLIDES

R. Reg. 70.57 At-
necklace
tractive
accented by heart
with diamond

56.45

Our quality diamonds are direct from the source. All are
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0. Reg. 1582.00 A beautiful .75 ct. brilliant cut dia-
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P. Reg. 2100.00 A fine 14K gold setting graces this
classic .85 ct. marquise cut diamond ... 1750.00
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U. Reg. 2231.00 A sparkling
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Pilgrimage Guide
for Clergy Set

NEW YORK - The Is-
rael Government Tourism
Administration in North
America has a booklet
entitled "Let the Bible Be
Your Guide" - a handbook
for Christian ministers, de-
scribing how to organize
and lead a pilgrimage tour
' group to the Holy Land.
It has 32 pages with four
color plates. The booklet de-
scribes in detail how the
clergy should coordinate the
tour planning.
"Let the Bible Be Your
Guide" is available to clergy
free of charge from the Is-
rael Government Tourist
Office, 350 Fifth Ave., New
York 10001.

Detroiters Club
in Florida Meets

S. Reg. 128.43 A
heart slide necklace
with gold ball ac-
cents .... 102.74
T. Reg. 91.06 Gold
ball necklace with
three dangling dia-
monds ... 72.85

$1106"-1890°°
DIAMOND JEWELRY

In tracing the passage of
English Jews from tradition
to modernity in the 18th
and early 19th Centuries,
Todd M. Endelman demon-
strates the processes by
which the Jews became par-
ticipants in the life of a
country whose political, so-
cial, and religious climate
provided a uniquely benig
setting for the gracefui
integration of the immig-
rants.
The study focuses on the
actual social and religious
behavior of English Jews
and examines the forces
and elements prevalent in
England in the Georgian
period to demonstrate that
the acculturation of Anglo-
Jewry during that era
moved at a more rapid pace
than elsewhere in Europe.

V. Reg. 8400.00 Platinum
ring with undulating ba-
guettes surround marquise
and round diamonds (4.05
6720.00
T.W

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The Detroit. Club of North
Miami Beach, Fla., will hold
its first meeting of the sea-
son 7 p.m. Monday at the
Washington Federal Bank
building auditorium, 167th
St. and Sixth Ave.
President Joseph Mil-
g-rom has appointed Mitch-
ell Goldstone as chairman of
the slate committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar (Rose)
Schorr will serve refresh-
ments. For membership in-
formation, contact Sherman
Porvin, 1715 N.E. Miami
Gardens Dr., North Miami
Beach, Fla., 33179.

Flordians Plan
Las Vegas Party

The Detroit Floridians
will have Las Vegas night
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
Hollywood Federal Bank,
4600 Sheridan St., Hol-
lywood, Fla.
Refreshments and prizes
will highlight the event.
Admission is free, and
friends are invited.
For information, call in
Flroida, Grace Kaufman,
972-2097, or Edith Weiss,
940-3531.

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