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October 03, 1986 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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BEING
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DECORATING
AND
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with their own advantages
and disadvantages. I defi-
nitely make less money here
than I would make in Michi-
gan, but I feel that our social
life has more quality in some
areas. We are very politically
involved and are more aware
of our Judaism and history.
My children don't know what
Christmas is, besides what
they've seen on t.v., but they
are Shabbat observers and
the day holds meaning for
them."
The Platts belong to the
Rotary Club in Raananah,
where they now live in a
gorgeous two story home, fil-
led with American-style fur-
niture and all the latest
appliances. They are also a
two car family, which is rare
in Israel. Freda still gets to-
gether at least once a month
with the women from their
old neighborhood, and Nor-
man plays squash with the
men. He is also chairman of
the branch council of the cen-
tral committee of the Herut
— once Menachem Begin's
party.
Says Norman on aliyah: "If
you plan to make aliyah,
even if you speak with a
shaliach, make sure you
check everything out yourself
... if you want the truth, the
whole truth and nothing but
the truth."
(Freda is the daughter of
Max and Rose Minc, who cur-
rently live in Florida. Nor-
man is the son of Samuel and
Belle Platt of Oak Park.)

Egyptian
Envoy Presents
Credentials

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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*Bring in ANY 2 like garments;
pay the regular price on the 1st
item, get the 2nd one for only 1c.

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Excluding other
coupon specials.
Household items
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If you are not wearing it ...sell - it!

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You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
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OWNERS BANKS & ESTATES

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Friends and Customers
A Very Happy, Healthy
and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
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Wishing All Our Customers
Old and New A Healthy and Happy
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Extend Hearty Greetings
For A Healthy,
Happy and Joyous

New Year

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AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA IN GRADING & EVALUATION

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Mo-
hammed Bassiouny, Egypt's
new Ambassador to Israel,
presented his credentials to
President Chaim Herzog last
week. The ceremonies at the
Presidential residence marked
the restoration of top-level
Egyptian diplomatic repre-
sentation in Israel for the
first time since Cairo recalled
its former Ambassador, Saad
Mortada, during Israel's inva-
sion of Lebanon in 1982.
Bassiouny remained in Tel
Aviv at that time and for the
next four years as Charge d'
Affaires. His appointment as
Ambassador was announced
at the summit meeting be-
tween Prime Minister Shimon
Peres and President Hosni
Mubarak of Egypt in
Alexandria.
The new envoy arrived at
the Presidential residence in
a car provided by Herzog. As
he alighted, the Egyptian flag
was raised and the Egyptian
national anthem was played.
Bassiouny reviewed a mili-
tary police guard of honor. He
was accompanied by mem-
bers of the Egyptian Em-
bassy staff in Tel Aviv.

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all her friends,
relatives and
customers a

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WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY, HEALTHY ROSH HASHANAH

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