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April 17, 1987 - Image 37

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-04-17

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MOD TECH FURNITURE, INC.

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JELS Offering
School Loans

Jewish Educational Loan
Service is now accepting ap-
plications for the academic
year 1987-1988.
JELS is a community
endeavor by a group of
philanthropic and private
service organizations who
pool their funds to provide
interest-free educational
loans to students in the
Jewish community.
JELS is coordinated by the
Jewish Welfare Federation of
Detroit and administered
through Jewish Vocational
Service (JVS) and Hebrew
Free Loan Association.
Finding the financial re-
sources necessary to pursue
higher education is often a
confusing and difficult under-
taking. JVS, through its
comprehensive resource net-
work, can provide assistance
and counseling to students
and their parents.
The educational loan coor-
dinator at JVS guides stu-
dents to sources of financial
aid which may be available
to them from schools, the
government and the general
community.
To be eligible for a loan
from JELS, the applicant
must be a Jewish resident of
metropolitan Detroit. For in-
- formation, contact Edwina
Davis, JELS coordinator,
559-5000.

AUDETTE CADILLAC, INC.

manufacturer of custom furniture

• SALES & LEASING
• LEASE CADILLAC'S
FOR LESS
• THE TIME IS NOW
TO BUY 87's
• THE NEW ALLANTE'
NOW IN STOCK

• LAMINATES
• WOODS
• CONTEMPORARY • TRADITIONAL

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ITERATIONS etc

AUDETTE CADILLAC 7100 Orchard Lake Rd.

SPRING SPECIAL

CUSTOM DESIGNED, CUSTOM TAILORED
• Slacks
$25 Labor

• Skirts
• Jeans

DENTISTRY FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN

This special does not apply to leather or leather-like materials.

— OFFER GOOD THROUGH MAY 9, 1987 —

DID YOU KNOW....?

Foreign National Health
Plans do NOT pay for
Illness or injury expenses
while visiting the U.S.A.!

SOUTHFIELD:
BEACON SQUARE MEDICAL VILLAGE
21701 W. ELEVEN MILE RD., SUITE 11
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076
353-5585

544 7365

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VISITOR
MEDICAL
INSURANCE

DOWNRIVER:
18263 FORT ST._
RIVERVIEW, MI 48192

Insurance protection for Visitors,
Tourists & Business Travelers
against very expensive
doctor and hospital
costs In the U.S.A.

(Between Pennsylvania & Sibley Rds.)

284-2620

OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT
including
SUNDAYS & EVENINGS

BENEFITS

DON'T

1 to 365 Day Coverage
Eliminates Cash Payments for Medical Care
No Age Limit
DELAY! No Physical Exam

For Descriptive Application/Brochures Call:

851-7200

DR. BRUCE S. SHERIZEN

(materials extra)

943 North Main St., Royal Oak

FRED STONE

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WITH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY
AND HEALTHY PASSOVER

(313) 626-8537

9:00-5:00 Mon.-Fri.

Relatives & Friends Can Apply

YOUTH

Andrea Nussbaum
Named For Award

Andrea Nussbaum was the
winner in the League of
Jewish Women's Organiza-
tions 43nd annual Youth
Awards program, held re-
cently at Temple Kol Arai.
Daniel Posner and Michael
Selesny received honorable
mentions. Jay Moses and
Nathan Bloch received kid-
dush cups. All received copies
of the Jewish Catalogue and
cash awards.
The Youth Awards pro-
gram honors Jewish students
who have attained a high
scholastic average, demon-
strated a strong commitment
to service in the community
and submitted letters of
recommendation from spon-
soring organizations. In addi-
tion, each applicant wrote an
essay on the topic, "My
Brother's`Sister's Keeper:
What are My Moral and
Ethical Responsibilities?"
Other nominees were: Sha-
ron Beres, Yitzhak Gitelman,
Michelle Gold, Michelle Man-
tel, Beth Sabbota, Aliza Tel-
ler, Jeffrey Blackman
Michael Bloch, Michael Mel-
len, Alan Howitt and
Michelle Rochlen.

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