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August 17, 1984 - Image 50

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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TO SCHOOL

Continued from preceding page

on the front for example, is a
good gift idea for active
boys, Dicks said. "It's dura-
ble and it's trendy -- but not
too far out."
For those with larger

letyourwords
dothetaudng
inthe

families or parents on a
tight budget, a number of
resale shops in the area
carry second-hand and
almost-new clothing for
children, as well as adults.

Kid 'N Kaboddle in Berkley
and the Kinder Shoppe in
Southfield specialize in
second-hand items for
school-age children.
Ferndale's Clothesport,

run by Women's American
ORT, the Hadassah Thrift
Shop, also in Ferndale and
the Council Thrift. Shop in
Royal Oak, administered by
the National Council of

A number of brand-new
and almost-new slacks and
shirts for boys are currently

JEWISH
NEWS

"SIMPLY
ELEGANT
AND
1, NOTHING
MORE"

Cali The Jewish News Advertising
Department at 424-8833

For Great Style And
Back To School Fashions
FOLLOW THE RAINBOW TO .

MasterCard & VISA

fashions and
accessories for
the fashionable
miss 4-11

harvard row mall
11 mile & lahser • 356-2830

Mary Ann Herman offers a

BACK to SCHOOL
SPECIAL

FOR AUGUST
ONLY

29260 Franklin Rd. • Claymoor Bldg.
Suite 108 • Southfield • 354-3393

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30, Thurs. til 8

Re-entry guide

Continued from Page 43

drop-in basis or by appoint- through the, registration pro-
ment
cess
• - "Rap" groups
• Self-development
• Special admissions pro- courses specifically geared to
cedures that take life experi- the issues that most concern
ence into account in addition older students
to a realistic attitude toward
• Exposure to good role
transfer credits and assess- models
ment of prior learning
• A solid informational
• Flexible class schedul- service on the issues that
ing that is realistic for work- most concern reentry stu-
ing people and parents
dents (financial aid, child
• Availability of part-time care, etc.) or an infallible re-
study
ferral system
• Updated guidelines for
• Refresher courses
handling prerequisites and
• Special interest library
the challenging of courses -
services '
• Receptivity to earning
• For hundreds of years,
credit through correspond- universities and colleges
, ence, teleVision, newspaper, have been investing in the
summer, and extension" •special needs of their younger
courses
students. Now that older stu-
• Scholarships specifically dents make up more than
designated for older students one-third of the student
• Special orientation for population, your special
returning students and help needs must be and are being
taken seriously by the
academic community as well.
This is an exciting time to be
in school!

.

"Happier By Degrees", a 302-
page paperback, may be
ordered from Pam Mendel-
sohn, P.O. Box 4597, Arcata,
California 95521.

11101111; UM CUSTOMERS

After 31 years in the children's and family shoe business,
Jerome's shoes is closing its doors. If you have been a loyal
customer and demand the best In quality, service, fit and
fashion, you should know about Greg Shoes. Located in
Southfield at 12 Mile and Evergreen in the Evergreen Plaza,
Greg Shoes offers the finest in children's•shoes by Stride Rite,
Bass, Fleet Aire, Capezio, Nike and others. Women's shoes by
Zodiac, 9-West, Dexter, Mia, Bass, Sebago, innoc,ence and
Candles. Men's shoes by Rockport, Dexter, Georgio Brutini,
Glenn, Freeman, Sperry to name just a fewl
Shoes for the entire family fit properly by Professiohal Sales People.

.

AT

THE LPMERY

19011 W. Ten Mile Road at Santa Barbara

STUDENTS:
20% off HAIRCUTS

call now for your appointment

353-2890

MONDAY CLOSED
TUESDAY 9-5
WEDNESDAY 9-5

THURSDAY 12-8
FRIDAY 9-5
SATURDAY 9-5

in stock at the Clothesport,
according to the store's
manager, Elaine Niman.
An outfit can be put to-
gether from these items for
about $15, she said, while a
second-hand pair of pants
along with a second-hand
shirt will run about $10.

Jewish Women, all carry
some second-hand clothing
for children from elemen-
tary school through early
teens.

LEATHER SHOES

ATHLETIC SHOES

$ 19" "3&00aValuu:

sir

NW • Capsdo • Bass

'24.00 VIZ
Peaks • Niko. Zips

COLORING
CONTEST

Win Prim • Free Gifb
Walls atall locations

NEWS

Hebrew U.
offers summer
programs

Jerusalem — Summer
programs at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem
opened earlier this month,
opening their doors to re-
cord numbers of students
this year.
Some 450 junior and
senior high school students
are enrolled in the annual
summer science seminar at
the University, and approx-
imately 700 students have
entered the summer ulpan
at the Rothberg School for
Overseas Students at the
college.

Named to post

New York — Rabbi
Yitzchak Rosenbaum of
Teaneck, NJ: has been ap-
pointed director of rabbinic
alumni of the Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Theological
Seminar (RIETS), an af-
filiate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity..

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