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November 09, 1984 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

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Friday, November 9, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ACT-SAT Testing

THE KNITTING NOOK

Thinking about taking the ACT or SAT test? Indi-
vidualized instruction is now available so you can
improve your score.

• Expert Knitting Lessons, Yarns, Etc.
• Custom Patterns & Designs
• Hand Made Sweaters & Finishings

WEST BLOOMFIELD PLAZA

Call 398-0116 after 4 P.M.

6666 Orchard Lake Rd.

851-8188

Also tutoring in all subjects (your home)

MAVIS

ELECTROLYSIS

What's
the big secret?

WORKS!

WE HAVE BEEN HELPING
PEOPLE FOR 23 YEARS RID
HELEN ZINBERG R.E. THEMSELVES OF UNSIGHTLY HAIR.
REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR
FROM FACE, BODY AND LEGS PERMANENTLY.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS.
USING EXCLUSIVE AUTOTRON, NO FOOT PEDAL.

16125 W. 12 MILE RD.

No secret any more! Everybody
knows where to get the best
clothes.

KIDS CLOSET CO.

For boys and girls sizes 4-14
regular and slim
FREE GIFT WRAPPING
ALWAYS 20% OFF

Harvard Row Mall

OPEN MON. THROUGH FRI. INCLUSIVE

BY APPOINTMENT 557-8115

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FLOWERS

626-3306

M-S 10-6
Thurs. till 8:00

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GOOD GLASSES

OPTICIAN

Flowers, Gifts,
Balloons & Fruit
Baskets For All
Occasions

Your Grandparents Liked My Glasses

25900 Greenfield, 101 Kristen Bldg.
CORNER GREENFIELD AND UNCOLN

Phone 967-0790

Local and Nationwide
Delivery Service

HOURS

MON. thru THURS.
9:00 to 4:00

CHARD MALL 6389 Orchard lake Rd. at Maple, West Bloomfield, Mich. 48033

FRIDAY

9:30 to 1:00

Closed Saturday

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wearing it,
sell it.

FREE

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
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Drycleaning

ONE PAIR OF PANTS CLEANED & PRESSED FREE WITH INCOMING
CUSTOM CLEANING ORDER OF $5.95 OR MORE

A SERVICE TO PRIVATE OWNERS, BANKS AND ESTATES.

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DIAMONTOLOGIST

Daily til 5:30
Thurs. til 8:30
Sat. til 5

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President

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HOURS:

"Hair Styling For
Men, Women and Children"

WelM71 3-5
Thurs. & Fri. eves.
(appt. only)

The sewing machine so incredible you
must see it to believe it.

THE MAGIC NEEDLE

35125 Grand River Ave.

(Drakeshire Shopping Plaza)

Farmington

471-1077

B'NAI MITZVAH

Sarah Poger twins
bat mitzvah rites

Sarah Poger will twin the ob-
servance of her bat mitzvah cele-
bration at 9 a.m. Saturday at Adat

Shalom Synagogue with Anna ,
Chernobilsky, the daughter of
Boris and Elena Chernobilsky of
Moscow, USSR.
The Chernobilskys applied to
leave the Soviet Union in May
1975 and were refused the follow-
ing year. Since that time, Cher-
nobilsky has worked at a series of
odd jobs with periods of unem-
ployment in between. Mrs. Cher-
nobilsky teaches Hebrew and
they have organized a kindergar-
ten for small children.
After being denied an exit visa,
Chernobilsky participated in a
series of peaceful protest demon-
strations. During one such
demonstration in October 1976,
he was arrested and sentenced to
15 days in Butyrskaya prison on
alleged charges of "organizing a
demonstration, striking members
of the Soviet militia and
hooliganism."
He was arrested again on May
10, 1981, at an activist's gather-
ing in Opalikha Woods, and ac-
cused of beating a policeman. His
trial was scheduled to take place
on July 23, when he was to be
charged with allegedly "resisting
policeman or people's guard in
conjunction with force or the
threat of application of force." He
faced a maximum punishment of
five years imprisonment.
Chernobilsky maintained that
the charges against him were
false. He did not appear at his
trial. -- -
Sarah was prepared for her bat
mitzvah by her grandmother,
Sophie Perper Barkman, of Flint.
Mrs. Barkman taught her grand-
daughter the Haftorah, the Maftir
and blessings.
Previously, Mrs. Barkman pre-
pared her own son,- David of Bur-
lington, Mass., in the same way
for his bar mitzvah.
A student at the United Hebrew
Schools, Sarah worked for 10
months with her grandmother on
her bat mitzvah preparation. Her
grandmother will receive an
aliyah during the ceremonies.

.

NEWS

Trifa to stay
in Portugal

New York — The Portuguese
weeklyExpresso reported over the
weekend that officials in Lisbon
will allow Romanian Orthodox
Archbishop Valerian Trifa to stay
in Portugal.
After Trifa entered Portugal in
August, officials claimed they
were unaware that he had been
accused of Nazi ties and war
crimes.
Trifa had an Oct. 7 deadline to
leave his home in Grass Lake,
Mich. and find a permanent home
outside the U.S. Portuguese offi-
cials Expresso that Trifa's appli-
cation to stay in Portugal would
be decided by the council of gov-
ernment ministers.

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