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June 21, 1985 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 21, 1985

MAX THE HANDYMAN

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Can do anything in or out of the house

Former Apt. Maintenance Chief

YOU NAME IT - I'LL DO IT!!

window washing, screen repair, gutter cleaning; electric switches replaced,
door and lock repair, curtain rod design, caulkirg,, cement repair, garbage
disposal replacement, plumbing, ETC., ETC., ETC.

Call 968-1145

airport transportation service available

ministrator that does not sit
behind her desk and shuffle
papers. She is out in the
halls, talking with the par-
ents and students. She
knows when a child falls
down in school, or when a
teacher is unprepared in the
classroom. She is organized
and totally in control of
every situation. This multi-
faceted woman has always
created a warm and loving
atmosphere for the children,
while maintaining a strict
standard of excellence for the
teachers.
Gilson has not decided
what she is going to do in
the coming months. Al-
though the congregation an-
nounced "with reluctance"
her, retirement, Gilson balks
at the word. "Retirement
means withdraw, hibernate
and separate. I'm not going
to do any of those things,"
she says, reading the defini-
tions from a dictionary. "I
am looking forward to a new
challenge."
And then she. adds some-
thing that is already evident:
"I am not going to stag-
nate." [1]

COUPON

CLEANING BY THE POUND

"• Coats
• Sleeping Bags
• Etc.

• Blankets
• Drapes
• sweaters

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per

$

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(Excluding blouses and silks)

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Save 10% - Pay In Advance

SUTTON PLACE

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CONCORD'S
BUY-IN-AMERICA
OFFER

Because of the strong dollar in Europe you
can save up to $1000 off the selling price of all
Concord Mariner SG Watches.

DRY CLEANING

Please Present with

incoming order..

23119 Lahser at 9 Mile

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Our deep appreciation to the Detroit Scholarship Corn-
mittee School of Nursing, Shaare Zedek Hospital in
Jerusalem, for their support of our institution. We cor-
dially invite you to attend the graduation of the .1985
Class on October 21, 1985. At that time members of the
Detroit Committee will present the diplomas to the
graduates.

Special thanks to the donors who provided scholarships
to the 26 students.

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Canal Funds
Transferred

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to

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Premier
Shimon Peres supports the idea
of diverting the funds for the de-
funct Mediterranean Dead Sea
Canal to the development of two
scientific zones, one in the
Galilee and the other in the
Negev.
Peres referred to the issue
during a visit to the Northern
development town of Karmiel.
The canal was a prestigious de-
velopment project of the Likud
government, aiming to use the
difference in altitudes between
the Mediterranean and the Dead
Sea for the production of power.
It was described as a project
which would revolutionize the
energy systems in Israel, and on
that basis Israel Bonds recruited
considerable funds overseas.
Last week, the Ministry of
Energy and Infrastructure offi-
cially gave the order to halt all
additional work on the canal,
after the Ministry had reached
the definite conclusion that the
canal was no longer feasible.

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Markel
Mr. & Mrs. Morris Baker
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Hamburger Mr. & Mrs. Mike Must
Mrs. Emma Schaver
Mrs. Jules Kraft

Stainless Steel
$990 less $100

3-Year Scholarships

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Charlupski
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fetter
Mrs. Rose Herman
Mr. & Mrs. Mike Must

Mrs. Pearl Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Nusbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Platt
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Ring

1-Year Scholarships

Mrs. Jacob Nosanchuk
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Belinsky
Mr. Max Nosanchuk
Mrs. Charles Cohen
Pearl Nosanchuk & Family
Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn
Mr. & Mrs. Irving Nusbaum
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Dorfman
(in memory of Laura Nusbaum)
Mr. & Mrs. Julius Feigelman
Mrs. Herbert Parzen
Mrs. Fred Hopfeld
Mr. & Mrs. David Pollack
Mrs. Bella Hordes
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Posen
Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Knoppow
Mrs. Edith Posner
Mrs. Zigmund Konigsberger
Mr. & Mrs. Burton Rosen
Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Krakovits
Mr.
& Mrs. Douglas Schubot
Mr. & Mrs. Leo Laufer
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Shenkman
Mrs. David Mertz
Mr. & Mrs. Harry Nosanchuk Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Soberman
Mr. & Mrs. James Wechsler

NY Law Hit

New York (JTA) — Reform
leaders have sharply attacked a
proposed amendment to the New
York Public Health Law which,
according to the bill's sponsor,
seeks to inform parents of new
cr, born children that a circumci-
sion performed by a doctor or
other "non-religious practitioner
may not satisfy the religious re-
quirements of any faith."

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Endowment Funds

Rachel Meir, Director

School of Nursing
Shaare Zedek Hospital
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Please come to the Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday,
June 25, 1985 at 12:00 o'clock at the Clubhouse of the
Summit Apartments, Northwestern Hwy. North of
Middlebelt.

For reservations, call

968-0684

$59901

14K Gold &
Stainless Steel

$1890 less $200

*14 &

.:01&.S1Steel 14K Gold &
:,.*.ithniamonds Stainless Steel
$2990 less $300 $1690 less $20(1

14K Gold &
Stainless Steel
with Diamonds

$7900 less $1000

As an official Concord Jeweler, we have been autho-
rized to offer a savings of $50 to $1000 on all Concord
Mariner SG" Watches (depending on model ).
Included in this offering is the entire Concord
Mariner SG Collection from the all stainless steel
model to the 14 karat gold SG with diamonds. All
hand-crafted in Switzerland.
Offer expires July 31, 1985.

All prices are suggested retail

TH.
Errol-10.6i*

31313 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills

between Middlebelt and 13 Mile Rd.

851-7333

vis4 HOURS: Mon.-Sot. 9:30-5

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