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February 03, 1984 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday, February 3, 1984

Jewish Pilots
Group to Meet

WOMEN!

NEW YORK DESIGNER OUTLET
WINTER CLEARANCE

The Chai Flyers, a group
of Jewish pilots, will meet 7
p.m. Monday for a dinner
meeting at the Center Cafe
at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Regular meetings are
held at 8 p.m. the first Mon-
day of the month at the
main Jewish Center com-
plex.
For information or to join,
call Susan Siporin, secre-
tary, 661-4610; or President
George Cooper, 851-3357.

SPRING ITEMS
ARRIVING WEEKLY

GOLDBERG & ASSOCIATES
5TH STREET MARKET
215 W. 5TH ST., ROYAL OAK

-TAHARI
HARVE BENARD
GARY WORTH
AND MORE!

(Just off S. Washington)

NEW HOURS: M-Th. 3-7 p.rri., Fri. & Sat. 10-7, Closed Sun.
FOR INFORMATION CALL: 543-0389 DAILY

Something Terrific, Inc.

FRENCH RAG SWEATERS

40% OFF

Winter Merchandise

New Spring Arrivals 20% OFF

Call for appointments at both locations

Suzie Walters

Barbara Greenbaum

851-6615

354-5260

All Fall and Winter Merchandise

For The Entire Family

Winter Boots
Fleece Lined Slippers

Western Boots

Leather Shoes

Athletic Shoes
(select group)

Parigi, Bass, Dexter
Tru Stitch
Dingo, Frye

Bass, Dexter,
Striderite, Capezio

Keds, Zips, Nike

2,798 Pairs Must Be Sold To
Make Room For New Spring Styles

EVERGREEN PLAZA

12 Mile & Evergreen
Southfield • 559-3580

BEL-AIRE CENTER

ORCHARD MALL

Maple & Orchard Lk.
10 Mile & Orchard Lk.
Farmington • 477-2343 W. Bloomfield • 851.5566

SHOES

Sholem Aleichem Institute
Announces Art Show, Sale

The Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute will have its 21st
annual art show and sale
March 1-4 at Shenandoah
Country Club.
For the first time in its
history, the art show and
sale will have a preview
showing. The preview will
be held on March 1 at 8 p.m.
Threre is an admission
charge.
Among the artists whose
careers have been launched
by the Sholem Aleichem In-
stitute show and sale are:
Richard Jerzy, painter;
Brenda Goodman, painter;
Robert Brunn, enamelist;
John Glick, potter; Carol
Wald, painter; Glen
Michaels, artist and as-
semblagist; Charles McGee,
painter; Bruce Blythe,
jeweler; and Robert
Bartlett, glass designer.
Hours for the show and
sale are 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
March 2 and 3 and 11 a.m.-5
p.m. March 4. A "sip and

NY Firm Buys
Rights to Israeli
Nuclear Device

NEW YORK — New
Power Technology of New
York has been granted the
right to market and develop
an innovative process for
the generation of nuclear
energy, developed in Israel
by a prominent physicist at
Tel Aviv University.
The light-water nuclear
reactor fueled by thorium to
be marketed by the New
York firm was invented by
Dr. Alvin Radkowsky, an
American-born scientist
and one of the world's lead-
ing authorities on modern
nuclear technology. He
played an instrumental role
in the development of the
atomic submarine.
New Power Technology's
board of directors includes
some of the most respected
physicists in America. Serv-
ing on the board are Prof.
Edward Teller of the Lawr-
ence Livermore Laboratory
at the University of
California; Prof. Hans Be-
the, Nobel Laureate, of
Cornell University; Prof.
Eugene Wigner, Nobel
Laureate, of Princeton Uni-
versity; and Prof. Herbert
Goldstein of Columbia Uni-
versity.

Russians Seek
Relatives Here

The Detroit Soviet Jewry
Committee of the Jewish
Community Council in con-
junction with the Family
Location and Legal Service
of New York is helping a
Russian family search for
relatives believed to have
come to Detroit in the early
1900s.
According to the DSJC,
Rebecca Diguireli married a
man surnamed Kogan. The
couple lived in Chicago, but
moved to Detroit. They had
two sons and two daughters
and were in a business asso-
ciated with tea.
Persons with information
about the family should call
Beverly Yost at the
JCCouncil, 962-1880.

FIRESTONE

JEWELRY

Wholesale Diamonds 8 Jewelry
Remounting Jewelry 8 Watch Repair

shop" will take place at 8
p.m. March 2. Admission to
the show is nominal. Re-
freshments will be served.

the

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12 MILE AT TELEGRAPH
• MEADOWBROOK MALL
WALTON AT ADAMS
• NORTHWOOD SHOPPING CT.
13 MILE AT WOODWARD

THIS IS THE SALE EVERYBODY IS TALKING ABOUT!

WINTER
CLEARANCE SALE!

FINAL MARKDOWN
REDUCTIONS

SAVE

60

UP TO

0
/

0 OFF

STOREWIDE SAVINGS
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT

SALE OF THE YEAR!

Apparel For Infants, Girls and Boys
First Quality Winter Wear

Sizes 3 Mo. to 14 Mos.. 2T to 4T, 4 to 6X, 7 to 14, Pre-Teen

Mastercard

Visa

ICAMP OPEN HOUSE I

Come Meet Us, See Films

Old-New-Interested Campers
Monday, Feb. 13th - 7:30-9:30 pm

at: 35271 Spring Hill
Farmington Hills

Local Rep. Dr. Martin Linde
Mrs. Barbara Linde
(313) 661-0969

FIREBIRD
CAMP
FOR GIRLS

Robyn and Norman Zak, Directors. Camp Located:
Near New Philadelphia, Ohio
4141 Dublin Rd. SW
4-5 Hours from Farmington
Bowerston, Ohio 44695
(614) 269-7891

• English Horseback Riding • Special
Showing/Leasing Program • Red Cross Swimming
• Sailing • Canoeing • Sports • Crafts • Tennis
• Water-skiing • Drama • Special Trips • Motor Boating
• Wind Surfing • Cabin Fun • More than 40 Activities

.ACA Accredited, in 30th Year
Ages 7-16
First Session
Second Session
JULY 22-AUG. 19
JUNE 24-JULY 21
6 WEEKS JUNE 24-AUG. 5, JULY 8-AUG. 19
OVERNIGHT FOR 4, 6 OR 8 WEEKS
"A WHOLE LOT MORE IN '84"

Special Introductory Camp — 1 Week, Aug. 12-19

For Girls ages 5-6-1

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