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March 27, 1987 - Image 37

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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HENRY THE HATTER PRESENTS

You can now BUY diamonds at the WHOLESALE value plus a
modest brokerage fee. This is the lowest pricing ever available to the
public. FEES AS LOW AS 6%

AMES
with 2" brim

The Fashionable Look
For This Spring...

HENRY THE HATTER

CLASSIC DRESS

By Appointment Only

647-6520

of West Bloomfield, the Cen-
ter's adult and family serv-
ices department is offering
hands-on experience in au-
thentic matza baking.
Open to all ages, the 40-
minute lesson runs daily
through April 7. Participants
will be able to take home
samples of what they make.
For reservations, call 661-
6000, ext. 344.
The Jewish Information
Service provides answers to
all holiday questions. JIS re-
fers people to agencies,
synagogues, and services that
can be helpful during the
holiday.
For information on how to
make a seder, or where to go
for a group seder, call Jewish
Information Service, 967-
HELP.

Andrew Rismann • Your Diamond Broker • Bloomfield Hills

Same Location, Same Ownership,
Same Quality Care

./ THE

CLIPPERY $4
L

Now doing the newest
enzyme services

Tuesday-Saturday 9-5
19011 W. 10 Mile at Santa Barbara, S'fld.
Evening hours Wed. & Thurs.

OFF
ANY SERVICE

(new clients only)

Call for appointment

353-2890

ARE YOU OUT OF CONTROL?

Handsome fur felt dress hats
with genuine leather inband.
Can be cleaned and blocked
for longer life. Ames with 2"
brim is for round faces. Hardy
GREAT
with 1 3/4" brim is for narrow
VALUE
faces. Both hats available
And
sensational at
in Dark Grey, Black, Navy
and Brown. Ames also
available in Burgundy.
Sizes 63/4 thru 7%.

$3 3 99

THE AGNIFICENT

BELLMONDO

Only old world expertise could create it!

A superb hat hand-executed to insure the
most comfortable fit and long life. Its
low crown and narrow grosgrain band
give it the silhouette of the 80's and
the unmistakeable European look.
$7999
In Grey, Black, Navy and
Brown. Sizes 63/4 thru 73/4.

Reg. $100, Now Only...

BERNICE GARON, M.A.

DIET CONSULTANT

Job Bias Victim
Compensated

New York — A nine-year
effort by the Baltimore chap-
ter of the American Jewish
Committee ended in an
agreement by the federal
government to provide
$185,000 in financial com-
pensation to Jewish workers
for the anti-Semitic bias that
hindered their promotions on
the job.
The agreement settled a
lawsuit started by the chap-
ter on behalf of Jewish em-
ployees of the Social Security
Administration (SSA).
The suit was started by
Robert Hyman, a Jewish
level GS-13 employee who
had applied, without success,
for promotion to a G-14 man-
agerial position on four occa-
sions. Each time, his name
appeared on a "best qual-
ified" list. At that point,
Hyman asked the chapter for
help.
In 1983, after several ap-
peals, the Equal Employment
Opportunity Commission
(EEOC) ruled that discrimi-
nation had existed against
Jews seeking promotions
above the G-13 level. The
SSA then agreed there had
been discrimination, but only
against Hyman and Edward
Richmond, another Jewish
employee who had been de-
nied promotion five times to
a G-15 position.

Pelavin Named

Washington — Michael A.
Pelavin, a Flint attorney and
chair of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advi-
sory Council, has joined the
board of directors of the
Jewish Fund for Justice, a
national Jewish foundation
which funds efforts to combat
poverty and injustice.

CAN HELP YOU LOSE WEIGHT
IN A NEW AND UNIQUE WAY

CALL: 353-0465

No Layaways
Accepted

Write for our Free
Mail Order Catalog

Our 94th Year

All Major Credit
Cards Accepted

Downtown Detroit

1307 Broadway at Gratiot

Don't Give up on Yourself!!!

Advertising in The Jewish News
Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today.
Call 354-6060

VALERIE TAYLOR

fashion resale

Birmingham
1844 South Woodward
1 block North of Fourteen Mile Road
M-F 12 to 6 Thur 12 to 8 Sat 11 to 6 Sun 12 to 5

540-9548

VOLVO - SAAB - JAGUAR - PORSCHE

THE AUTO DOCTOR

Has Opened A New Location

23151 TELEGRAPH RD., SOUTHFIELD

(N. of 9 Mile — 4 Bldgs. S. of Highland Appliance)

THE MOST EXPERIENCED INDEPENDENT
– FOREIGN CAR REPAIR SHOP –








All Regular Factory Required Check Ups
Fuel Injection Work
Transmissions • Engine Repair
All Electrical Work
All Computer Control Work
Brakes and Mufflers

Flat Bed Towing - Pick Up & Delivery Available

Hamtramck

875-5587

9307 Joseph Campau at Holbrook

Free parking at metered lot on Holbrook southwest
of store with S10 purchase

FINAL
WINTER
BLOWOUT

0

CASH

Paying cash for designer quality women's clothing,
accessories, jewelry. Current fashion, spring arid
summer only. By appt.

AUDI -

962-0970

Free parking at Mobile Parking Systems with
S10 purchase

SALE

All Men's & Women's
SHIRTS
PANTS &
SWEATERS

Now

$ 30.00

values from

$75.00 to $140.00

Must Make Room
For Spring Merchandise

NEW
mN

B

the finest in french fashions

•p

355-1505

29009 Northwestern (corner of 12 Mile)

353-1232

Somerset • The Mall

649-941 5

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