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April 15, 1988 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-15

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FOR DIAMONDS, ESTATES
. AND PRECIOUS GEMS...

•Sidney Krandall &Sons is internationally known
and respected throughout the estate and jewelry
industries for conducting transactions in an equit-
able and discreet manner. Immediate cash for all
diamonds and precious gems. Appraisers available
by appointment for estates of all sizes. Inquiries from
individuals and estate attorneys welcome.

HILF
DIAL-A-DISCOUNT

LOWEST PRICES

MAJOR
APPLIANCES

ALL BRANDS

Sidney Krandall & Sons

Washers, Dryers, TVs,
Refrigerators,
Microwaves, Stoves,
Dishwashers,
AIR CONDITIONERS

JEWELERS • TROY, MI (313)362-4500

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LAUNDRY
ALTERATIONS
SILK FINISHING

TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY SPECIAL

PLAIN
PANTS
$1.50

2 PC.
Ladies &
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SUITS
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APPLIANCE CO.

For men's
& Ladies

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Between Crooks & Coolidge

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'INTRODUCTORY
VISIT

626-4442

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FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1988

Help us keep winning.

Homemakers
Get JVS Help

Jewish Vocational Service
(JVS), a non-sectarian agency,
offers an on-going displaced
homemaker program funded
by the Michigan Department
of Labor, Office of Women and
Work, for individuals in
Wayne and Oakland
Counties.
Displaced homemakers are
women who, through divorce,
separation, widowhood, or
disability of spouse, have lost
their source of economic
support.
The JVS Displaced Home-
maker Program provides vo-
cational assessment, voca-
tional counseling, job seeking
skills and job placement
assistance. Women who need
to become financially self-
sufficient, who need a boost
towards entering the job
market after many years in
the home, should contact JVS.
Eligibility is based on marital
and employment status.
There are no income
guidelines.
Interested
applicants
should call Sherri Lumberg
or Louise George, 559-5000,
during business hours.
Enrollnient for the program
will take place at the JVS
Southfield facility on April
25, May 16, June 6 and June
27.

Weight Loss
Harmony Topic

SPECIAL

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FREE

626.4442

Call for your free appointment

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7315 ORCHARD LAKE RD. • WEST BLOOMFIELD
BEHIND I BROWSE BOOKSTORE

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VISITS WITH
PURCHASE OF
10 VISITS

• NO MEMBERSHIP
REQUIRED
• WITH APPOINTMENT
ONLY
• WITH COUPON ONLY

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Harmony Chapter, Women's
American ORT, will meet at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the
home of Lois Shulman, 4838
Rolling Ridge Ct., West
Bloomfield. "Weight Loss —
Facts and Myth" will be the
topic of guest dietician, Gail
Posner.
A mini bazaar will continue
throughout the evening, offer-
ing for sale an array of items
made by chapter members.
For details and directions, call
Ms. Shulman, 626-8693; or
Lisa Binder, 661-2019.

Columnist Due
At Art Fair

A highlight of the Temple
Israel Sisterhood's Art Fair
'88 April 24-25 will be guest
speaker Molly Abraham, res-
taurant critic for the Detroit
Free Press.
The sisterhood program
will spotlight paintings, pot-
tery, fibers and weavings,
jewelry, photography,
sculpture and baskets. Also
featured is the new "Little
Shoppes of Art."
There is a nominal charge
for tickets. Hours are 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m. both days. The public

is invited. Lunch will be serv-
ed at the Temple Avenue
Cafe. For information, call the
temple, 661-5700.

JNF Women
Mark The 40th

Mimi Summers

Bea Feigelman, president of
the Women of Jewish Na-
tional Fund, announces that,
in celebration of the 40th an-
niversary of Israel's in-
dependence, the women invite
the community to their
spring meeting, which will be
held on Tuesday at noon at
Temple Emanu-El.
Mimi Summers, vocalist,
will present a program of
Hebrew, Yiddish, popular and
semi-classical songs. Mimi is
a soloist with the Rose
Morgan Chorale and a
member of the Bel Canto
Choral Society. Accompanist
will be Marlene Feld. The two
are known as "M and M"
when they perform together
throughout the community.
Shirley Kraft, vice presi-
dent of fund raising, will
deliver the invocation. Bess
Axelrod is vice president and
program chairman.
The public is invited.
Refreshments will be served.

Chapter Hears
Nutritionist

The next regular meeting of
Sharona Chapter, Naamat
USA, will be held on Thurs-
day at 8 p.m. at the Fair-
mount Park club house, Nine
Mile and Drake Rds. Guest
speaker will be Beverly Peiss,
nutritionist at Sinai Hospital.
Her topic will be "Low
Cholesterol Diet." The public
is invited. Call Evelyn
Cowen, 477-7892, for
information.

Rummage Sale
At Beth Shalom

The sisterhood of Cong.
Beth Shalom will hold its an-
nual rummage sale at the
synagogue on Sunday from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday, 9
a.m. to 2 p.m.

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