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October 15, 1982 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -


Men face powder and
steel because they cannot
face public opinion.

Friday, October 15, 1982 21

Shirley T. Medow Haverim
Home Dedication Is Sunday

'

Right In Your
Own Driveway!

A continuing communal dren will participate in the
achievement by the move- ceremony.
ment supporting aid for re-
Norman
Wachler,
tarded citizens will be regis- president of the Jewish
tered Sunday.
Association for Retarded
It will be the occasion of Citizens, will preside at the
the dedication of the sixth event. Joyce Keller, execu-
home established by the tive director of the JARC,
Jewish Association for Re- will be a participant in the
tarded Citizens — the Shir- program.
ley T. Medow Haverim
The dedication will be
Home, located at 25020 performed at 3:30 p.m. Sun-
Roycourt, Huntington day. It will be part of a full
Certified by the National

Automotive Institute of Excellence
Woods.
afternoon's celebration,
Comes to your home or office with
the "garage-on-wheels.
The home is in memory of with an open house from 1 to
Valet service that doesn't
Mrs. Medow, inspired by 5 p.m.
cost one penny extra
The Medow Haverim
her husband Abraham
• Expert diagnostic tune-up
Home will accommodate six
Medow,
and
the
Medow
■ Electronic analyzer - all
engine systems
children, Daniel and Lynn. women and the home's ad-
■ Professionally trained
ministrator.
mechanics
Rabbi David Nelson
■ Perfect results assured
will be the officiating BGU President
Expanded Services
rabbi who will deliver the
Call Sanford Rosenberg
spiritual message and Cites Arab
for your car problems
affix the mezuza to the 'Need for Peace
398-3605
doorpost to the entrance
NEW YORK (JTA) —
of the Medow Haverim
master charge
The
Arab nations today
.,
VISA'
home.
Mr. Medow and his chil- have a greater need for
peace than to fight a war
against Israel, Shlomo
Gazit, president of Ben Gur-
DEAD BOLT LOCKS
ion University of the Negev,
told the sixth annual Negev
$ 299°
Award Dinner of the uni-
Includes: lock, 2 keys & labor
versity's American Associ-
No Travel Charges
ates last week. He said "the
$5.00 off for senior citizens w/ad
question today is not any-
KEY CHANGES LOCK SERVICE
more can there be peace, but
what Arab nations will next
399-7940 ask for Ben
join the peace process."
Gazit, former head of Is-
raeli intelligence and one of
foremost
Diamonds Cost Less Here Period! , Israel's
authorities on Arab rela-
tions, told the 600 guests
REMEMBER, THE ONLY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A
from the U.S. and Canada,
NEW DIAMOND AND A USED DIAMOND IS THE PRICE.
"President Sadat's visit to
Jerusalem symbolized the
MI( HICAN S FIN( 11 MANION() PAM NBROKI R 1IN( F 1414
beginning of the end for the
Israel-Arab conflict. It was
the first time that the Arabs
need for peace had the upper
SOCIETY, INC.
hand."
Washington Blvd at Michigan Ave
The annual dinner, spon-
sored by the American
961-4361 Mon -Fri 9-5 Sat 10-4
Associates of Ben-Gurion
University (AABGU) hon-
ored 84-year-old Col. Jehiel
We Make Our Own Glasses
Elyachar and his wife,
Anna, for their "devotion
and dedication to Israel, its
HEADQUARTERS FOR
people and peace."
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Will Sinai Ditch
Stop Smugglers?

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
army is said to be digging a
deep ditch all along the
Israel-Egypt border in
Sinai. The ditch will serve
as a frontier contraband
anti-theft device.
Army sources said Egyp-
tian vehicles have fre-
quently been driven across
the Sinai border at unoffi-
cial and illegal crossing
points. In the other direc-
tion, cars stolen in Israel
have been driven into Egypt
where they are sold beyond
the reach of the Israeli
police. The deep.trench, it is
hoped, will stop traffic in
both directions.

23,000 Degrees

NEW YORK — With the
conferral of 1,290 academic
degrees at commencement
exercises last summer,
Yeshiva University and its
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institution began handing
out degrees in 1908.

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