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January 18, 1985 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-18

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Friday, January 18, 1985

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MASTERCARD

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

THREADS

NEWS

VISA

ALWAYS 20% TO 00% BELOW RETAIL

GIANT
WINTER CLEARANCE

HOURS: MON.-SAT. 10-5

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UP TO 75% OFF

ALL SALES FINAL

(sale only)
no charges

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SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48075

353-9526

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"Save an additional $20. Take this
coupon to a John Kent store now."

"You can get top-name labels at John Kent's low prices any
day. But right now you can save an additional $20 by taking
this coupon to a John Kent store. Shop Kent today."

SAVE $20

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This coupon entitles the bearer to $20 Off any
purchase of $100 or more. Limit one per customer.
Offer expires January 25, 1985. Clip this coupon and
save $20.

A John Kent Man dresses better for less.

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WONDERLAND CENTER, Livonia, 425-9500.
ORCHARD MALL, West Bloomfield, 855-6677.
TECH-PLAZA CENTER, Warren, 573-4400.
THE CORNERS, Beverly Hills, 258-6980.
OAK BROOK SQUARE, Flint, 733-8180.
Monday-Saturday, 10-9, Sunday 12-5.

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Members of the Chevrah Kadishah (Burial Society) sort through the
remains of the Torah scrolls from the Mount Zion Synagogue. The
temple was one of three Jerusalem synagogues to experience fires on
Dec. 14.

Egypt seeks French aid
for Middle East initiative

Paris (JTA) — Pierre Butros
Ghali, the Egyptian minister of
state for foreign affairs, is seeking
to enlist French leadership to
renew the Western European dip-
lomatic initiative in the Middle
East, French sources said.
Ghali arrived in Paris last week
and met with France's new
Foreign Minister, Alexander
Dumas, and with the Deputy
Minister in Charge of European
Affairs, Catherine Lalumiere.
The sources said Egypt has called
on France to intensify its action
within a Western European
framework to relaunch a diploma-
tic initiative in the Middle East.
Ghali told reporters "We want
to make sure that Europe does not
forget the whole issue (of the Mid-
dle East) but bears it in mind at
all times."
The Egyptian diplomat was
scheduled to meet with the
Presidents of three African states
— Ivory Coast, Senegal and Mali
— to whom he will deliver per-
sonal messages from President
Hosni Mubarak of Egypt.
Mubarak is believed to be cal-
ling on the African leaders to in-
tensify their efforts for a
negotiated solution in the Middle
East with the active participation
of Jordan and the Palestinians.
Franco-Egyptian relations are
very close at this time. Cairo is
negotiating a major arms contract
with the French, amounting to
several hundred million dollars
for combat aircraft and electronic
equipment, while it seq,ks a dip-
lomatic initiative.
A French official spokesman
said, however, that President

New movement

New York (JTA) — Agudath Is-
rael of America's Commission on
Holocaust Rememberances is now
operating out of offices in New
York. The commission is dedi-
cated to the perpetuation of the
memory of European Jewish life
decimated during World War II.

Francois Mitterrand does not plan
to launch new diplomatic moves
in the Middle East withot prior,
in depth, consultations with Is-
rael. Mitterrand gave the asur-
ance to Israeli Premier Shirr)
Peres during a four-day officia
visit to Paris last month.

LOCAL NEWS

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Nurse to speak
for senior adults

The senior adult department
will present a talk by nurse and
gerontologist Judy Hinman at 1
p.m. Jan. 25 in the assembly hall
of the Morris Branch. Her talk
will be followed by a movie.
All seniors are invited. Admis-
sion is free. For information, call
Judy Samson, 967-4030.
Help in filling out income tax
returns will be available to senior
adults at the Morris Branch be-
ginning in February. For infor-
mation, call Ms. Samson. The Jan.
25 talk and the tax assistance
program are provided with the aid
of a grant from the Area Agency
on Aging, 1-B.

HMC offers
lecture series

Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, a profes-
sor of history at University of
Michigan-Dearborn, will begin a
series of lectures at the Holocaust
Memorial Center, Monday, 7:30
p.m.
The series, entitled "Dimen-
sions of the Holocaust," will be an
intensive eight- to 10-week study
of the history and literature of the
era.
Reservations are required and
there is a charge. For information,
call the HMC, 661-0840.

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