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August 26, 1988 - Image 107

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-26

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LOCAL NEWS

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.

Waltham, Mass. — Former
Detroiter, Nathan R. Light,
chairman of the board of
Sterling, Inc., will receive the
Brandeis University
Distinguished Community
Service Award. The award
will be presented on Sept. 27
at the Plaza Hotel in New
York.

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
1978 Woodward
Bloomfield Hills
335-2585

AWARD WINNING PHOTOGRAPHY BY

Come meet the teachers, sign up for your dance
class and view the studio. (Owner Karolyn Leibovitz)

BUZ HOLZMAN

PHOTOGRAPHERS

[ 284 S. HUNTE R
BIRMINGHAM - 48011

BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL

540-6922

Happiness
is a
Hebrew
E ucation

JULIA KNIT STUDIO

NOW OFFERING CLASSES

For Beginners and Advanced Knitters

Call for Registration 626-3150

Full Sunday Morning & Weekday School...Kindergarten
thru High School...Youth Programs for all ages...USY
Advanced Studies for post Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students.

FALL YARNS ARRIVING

RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW.

• Patterns • Instructions • Finishing

U.N. Discusses
Syrian Jews

Light Receives
Brandeis Award

Saturday, August 27th

JEWELERS • TROY, MI (313)362-4500

NEWS

Geneva (JTA) — The plight
of Syrian Jewry has become
the subject of a United Na-
tions committee meeting.
The International Federa-
tion of Human Rights, which
is based in Paris, on Tuesday
submitted a dossier on the
Syrian Jewish problem to the
United Nations subcommis-
sion on human rights.
The report said 4,800 Jews
remain in Syria today, down
from 30,000 in 1948.
The Jews there live in
separate quarters in three
cities — Damascus, with
3,000, Aleppo, with 1,300,
and 500 in Kamishi
(Qamishli).
Jews are under constant
police surveillance, and their
religion is written in big let-
ters on their identity cards,
the report said.
A book on religion, publish-
ed in Syria in 1963 by the
Ministry of Education, calls
the Jews "the enemies of
humanity." Their schools are
under the direction of a
Moslem.

OPEN REGISTRATION

Sidney Krandall & Sons

Dedication,
Brunch Planned

Sol Lachman, David Mor-
rison and Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz of Machon
The Jewish Learning Net-
work of Michigan, announce
a brunch followed by a discus-
sion on "The Chosen People—
Stigma or Badge of Honor?"
for Huntington Woods
residents, Sunday at 11:30
a.m. at the Huntington
Woods Recreation Depart-
ment Warming Room, 26325
Scotia, Huntington Woods.
There is no charge. For in-
formation and reservations,
call Machon L'Torah,
967-0888 or 544-8047.
Meanwhile, Machon
IrIbrah will dedicate a Sefer
Torah on Thursday at 7:30
p.m. There will be dancing,
music and a sweet table. The
community is invited.

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CALL 851-6880

CUSTOM ORDERS & DESIGNS

Barry V. Levine Director of Education and Youth

5075 W. Maple Road • West Bloomfield

32800 Franklin
FRANKLIN VILLAGE

4ci4 WHY

BETH SHALOM'S
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL?

• AFFILIATED WITH A CONSERVATIVE SHUL

Philanthropy
Has Many
Dimensions.
Robbyn
Is One Of Them.

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has
plans for you .. .
plans to help you save dollars
while you help save children's lives.
Children like Robbyn, who are born
with the incurable disease cystic
fibrosis, are depending on your
help — for their hope.
You can become a philanthropist
and a lifesaver, through personal
financial planning guidance avail-
able through the CF Foundation.
Let us show you how to plan a life-
time income with accompanying
tax advantages.
For details, call
your local Cystic Fibrosis Chapter.
or contact:
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
3379 Peachtree Road. N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
(404) 262-1100

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publi,

• AFFILIATED WITH COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL

• ACTIVE PARENTS GROUP

Located at OAK PARK and WEST BLOOMFIELD

Non Members Welcome

Contact School Office:

David A. Nelson
Rabbi

547-7972

Cy Servetter

Education Director

ice

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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