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June 22, 1984 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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48 Friday, June 22, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH ,NEWS

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DIAMOND DESIGN

Manufacturing Jewelers






ALL PURPOSE



FLOUR

. YOUR NAME OR INITIALS, IN 3 DAYS, IN ANY
LANGUAGE, IN 14KT GOLD.
HUNTERS SQUARE 31025 Orchard Lake Rd. 855-7911

10c

a 14 Mlle Rd. 'Minor Repairs While You Wait

lb.

limit 5 lbs., please!



271$5 ORCHARD LAKE at 12 MILE,
ORCHARD/2 CUTER











Prices effective thru Wed., June 27 A
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1/2 OFF

on

PDESIGNS 44'S
IN DECORATOR
.1..AMINATES,„ 1
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selected items



Bloom qv Bloom

Registered Electrologists

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem
and improve your appearance.

559-1969

Appt. Only
Near 12 Mile Rd. bet. Evergreen & Southfield

NEW NUMBER

Always at
a great discount






From our designs
or yours...for your
home or office

Handpainted dresses
Hand woven coats
Tailored Suits
Evening Gowns

"EVA'S

It doesn't have
to cost a fortune
...only look like it!

Custom wardrobe,
color coordinated.

ICE CREAM CREATIONS"

Spactalblaa Ir

Sale Designer
Samples

• Wall Units
• Tables
• Cubes
• Desks
• Shelves • Bedroom
Groupings

MARKET STREET SHOPPES

Call LOIS

29394 NORTHWESTERN HWY.
SOUTHFIELD, MI

851-6989

358.0696

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OAK FARMS IS YOUR

FIRM GUARANTEE OF
BETTER QUALITY AT A
LOWER PRICE!! Trormvp

40, 4r

WE SLICE
OUR OWN

13901 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park

545.0348

Wesley Ice Cream
Savino's Italian Ice
Frusen GL"adje" Natural

Homemade
Cakes & Pies
Party Trays

Fruit Salad $1.50
Tossed Salad $1.50

Breast of Turkey Sandwich $3.25
French Burger $2.25
' on Croissant

GIFT BASKETS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

Deliveries with $5 minimum
11 A.M. to 2 P.M., 6 P.M. to 8 P.M.
Summer Hours: M,T,W 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
T,F,S, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Empire
Kosher White

4f:7,

TURKEY 1*
ROLL

Fresh

BUNCHES

"My Amigo has changed my
life!"

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Yellow
Cooking or
Spanish or
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Baby

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YEAR
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546
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IN THE OAK PARK PLAZA

AMIGO of Michigan
6693 Dixie Hwy.
BRIDGEPORT, MI 48722
Sales & Inquiries

JACK McCONNELL, Distributor
Phone (517) 777-2060
Long Distance Toll Free
1-600-422-4530

69

Short term rentals
New units and demonstrators

lb.

PHONE

23101 COOLIDGE
OAK PARK

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SIMMS

YOUR CHOICE/

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For several years I've had diffi-
culty walking. But when I got
my Amigo, it put a lot of per-
sonal freedom back in my life.
Now I can shop, go to work
and get around the house more
comfortably. And I go places
with the family again, because
the Amigo fits in the trunk of
our car.
If you or someone you know
has a walking disability, you
should find out more about the
Amigo. It's the new kind of
battery-powered wheelchair
that gives you a new world of
independence.!
For complete information on
owning or leasing your Amigo.

lb.

in

Sweet
Southern

Geneva (JTA) — The In-
ternational' Committee of
the Red Cross (ICRC) an-
nounced Monday that its
representatives in Syria vi-
sited three Israeli civilians
imprisoned there since their
capture while touring
Lebanon early last month.
The visit took place last
Thursday and was the first
time Red Cross representa-
tives were permitted to see
these prisoners. Diplomatic
circles in Geneva believe
that the recent visit to Syria
by United Nations Secre-
tary General Javier Perez
de Cuellar may have had
something to do with it.
According to the ICRC,
their representatives were
accompanied by a medical
doctor and were allowed to
speak to the prisoners with-
out witnesses. The Israelis
filled out Red Cross forms
attesting to their health and
other personal matters and
describing the circum-
stances of their capture.
Three Israeli soldiers
held captive by the Syrians
were last visited by the Red
Cross in April. When Perez
de Cuellar was in Israel last
week he met with the par-
ents of Israeli prisoners in
Syria and promised to see
what can be done to obtain
their release when he re-
turns to New York.

BELLY LOX!

O tte (RADISHES
$ 09
$
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FRUIT

354-4025

Call for Free Estimate

Ask For Shirlee or Debby.

For high quality
Formica

Women's

Red Cross sees
Israelis held
by the Syrians

JOHN LEVINE



Sunday 12-5
553-2165



Specializing in VCR & Phone



Monday thru Saturday 9-6
Tues., Wed. & Thurs. 9-8



FOR HOME & OFFICE

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NEWS

CUSTOM WIRING

• GOLDEN SCOOP SPECIAL® •
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• GRADUATION GIFTS
•. DIAMOND DESIGN WILL CUSTOM MANUFACTURE

Major Credit Cards



• Bulk Food Warehouse •

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Yiddish chair
set for Brazil •

Rio de Janeiro (JTA) —
The first chair for the Yid-
dish language and culture
and Holocaust studies in
Latin America will be inau-
gurated shortly at the
Catholic University in Sao
Paulo. The chair has a
$200,000 endowment to be
administered by a commit-
tee headed by Sao Paulo
industrialist Michael
Woideslawsky.
There are chairs in He-
brew at the state university
in Rio de Janeiro and at the
Federal University in Sao
Paulo.

Benvenisti book
reveals WB
facts, figures

New York (ZINS) — The
Israeli government has in-
vested $1.5 billion on civi-
lian projects in the West
Bank and Gaza since 1967,
according to Jerusalem re-
searcher Meron Benvenisti.
Benvenisti's investiga-
tion into the cost of settling
the administered territories
is included in Data Base:
Project West Bank, a book
scheduled for publication
later this summer.

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