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March 15, 1985 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-03-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 15, 1985

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FERNDALE, MICH. 48220

• PROFESSIONAL, QUALITY SERVICE FOR HOME,
APARTMENT AND INDUSTRY
• SERVICING SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN FOR 50 YEARS
. IN ALL PHASES OF PEST CONTROL

REASONABLE RATES

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LUGGAGE TO GO . . . ANYWHERE

In addition to our downtown store, which has served
many of you for over 33 years, we have opened another
location on Northwestern Highway in Southfield to better
serve you . . . our valued customers.

C.! .4 JEWELRY
APPRAISALS

AT VERY REASONABLE RATES
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT

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LAWRENCE M. ALLAN

President

Downtown
101 Cailbc Spare

962-7518

Southfield
29181 Noithwestern Hwy.

LUGGAGE

GEMOLOGIST/DIAMONfOLOGIST

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING I EVALUATION

at 12 Mile iload
352-1760

30400 Telegraph Road
Suites 104, 134
Birmingham, Mi. 48010

(313) 642.5575

NOUGAT NOUNS:
Oany UV $30 p.m.
Sat. UP 5t00
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LOCAL NEWS

Bond Reinvestment
Plan Announced

The State of Israel Bond Organ-
ization reminds holders of State of
Israel Fifth Development Issue
Bonds which mature beginning in
March, 1986 that they can receive
their interest up to a full year
early by reinvesting the entire
proceeds of their Bonds in new Is-
rael Current Income Bonds.
Holders of Bonds due to mature
next year will soon be contacted
by the Reinvestment Committee,
headed by,Alice Ross, or the local
Bond office.

Panel Participant

Dr. Joseph Gutmann, of Hun-
tington Woods, was a participant
in Sunday's dialogue on "Moses
Jacob Ezekiel: Artist, American,
Jew" at the National Museum of
American Jewish History in
Philadelphia.
Dr. Gutmann, professor of art
history at Wayne State Univer-
sity, was an editor of Ezekiel's
Memoirs from the Baths of Diocle-
tian.

Musical Slated

`Mom! Dad!
May 1 is

us
up now.
ave money!"

Enroll today!
Call 6614000
Ext. 115

Have you signed your children up for
J.C.C. Day Camp yet? If you register them
before May 1, 1985, you'll save money on
all of the social, artistic and athletic
activities the J.C.C. Day Camp has to offer
your children this summer. And this year
we've added even more facilities with
complete supervision for ages three to
fifteen during full and half day camp
sessions!

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6600 West Maple Rd.
West Bloomfield, MI

Berkley High School's spring
musical, The Wizard of Oz, will be
performed at the Oak Park High
School Auditorium March 29 and
30 at 8 p.m.
Tickets are available at the
door, or by contacting Berkley
High School, 548-1200.

Named By Bonds

Former Detroiter Irving B. Ac-
kerman of Pompano Beach, Fla.,
recently received the State of Is-
rael Bonds' Israel Heritage
Award in ceremonies at the
Palm-Aire Country Club in
Florida.

Vets Will Meet

SILVERMAN - DETROIT
POST will meet at 10 a.m. Sun-

day in the Jewish. War Veterans
Memorial Home. Officers will be
elected, and Poppy day discussed.
Breakfast will be served at 9:30
a.m.

More Arabs
Work In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — More than a
third of the Arab work force in the
West Bank and Gaza Strip were
employed in Israel during 1984,
mainly in construction and ag-
riculture, the Central Bureau of
Statistics reported last week.
According to the report, an av-
erage of 90,000 workers a week
from the territories commuted to
jobs in Israel last year, an in-
crease over the 88,000 per week
average in 1983. They repre-
sented 37 percent of the total work
force of 248,000 in the territories.
The West Bank supplied 50,000
and 40,000 came from Gaza Strip.
Of those numbers, 44,000 Arabs
were employed in construction.

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