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August 26, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-26

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If you are not wearing it . . . sell it!

Specializing In

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems. Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.

• Custom Bedrooms
• Wall Units
• Dining Rooms

A SERVICE TO PRIVATE
OWNERS BANKS & ESTATES

GEM/DIAMOND
SPECIALISTS

48x18x27 519500
SOFA TABLE

.4 WARDED CERTIFICATE BY GM

IN GRADING & EVALUATION

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Fine Jewelers

EST. 1919

30400 Telegraph Rd.,
Suite 134
Birmingham 642 5575

'24x22x22
S145"

END
TABLE

36x36x16

$175"

-

Hours:
Daily 10:00-5:30
Thurs. 10:00-7:00
Sat. 10:00-4:00

COCKTAIL
TABLE

DESIGN IT INC.

Keith Schare

Designer

471-3223

Norman Naimark

Bayer. Bess Berris and Lee
Warshay were elected to co-
chair the executive commit-
tee; Regina Feuer was elected
treasurer; and Ralph Revy,
secretary. Karen A. Katz re-
mains as executive director
and Roz Bressler as office
secretary.
Paul D. Borman, president
of the Jewish Community
Council, will conduct the in-
stallation and address the
group.
Naimark was a delegate to
the 31st World Zionist Con-
gress and a former president
of the Labor Zionist Alliance.
He is a past president of the
junior division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and serv-
ed on the executive commit-
tee of the Jewish Community
Council and on the Com-
munity Relations Committee,
the International Relations
Committee and the Media-
tion Service. He was chair-
man of the JCC Committee
on the teaching of the
Holocaust and of the Urban
Affairs Committee.

All the things that make life a bit nicer & a bit easier are

on sale. Furniture for home & office, school & office

products, paper & leather goods, gifts, accessories & a

Kadima Sees
Opera Group

The Michigan Opera
Theatre will perform "Broad-
way Revue" at Kadima's first
major fundraiser, 7:30 p.m.
Sept. 18 at Temple Beth El.
Selections from Broadway
musicals will be highlighted.
Kadima provides residen-
tial care for Jewish adults
with mental illness and cur-
rently operates the Rabbi
Solomon Gruskin Home in
Southfield. The home offers a
Jewish environment,icluding
kosher meals, Shabbat din-
ners, observance of Jewish
holidays and access to
synagogues and other Jewish
cultural and social activities.
Residents are assisted by
24-hour staff in developing
socialization and daily living
skills, gaining employment
and becoming more
independent.
For ticket :nformation,
please call Judy Richmond,

645-2517/eve- L

lot of other really neat things. Otherwise, it just wouldn't

be Silver's fabulous half-yearly store-wide sale.

Silvers

GIFTS ❑ OFFICE PRODUCTS ❑ FURNITURE

151 W. Fort at Shelby, Detroit

Tel=rwelye Mall, Stld.

Briarwood Mail, Ann Arbor

--,s.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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