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November 11, 1988 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-11

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WINTER will be WONDERFUL

There is no charge, and
refreshments will be served.
For information, call the
Machon, 967-0888; or the
Hillel Student Center, (517)
332-1916.
The Machon will sponsor
the third and final seminar in
its Rediscovery of Chanukah
series on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
in Michigan Union Building,
Crofoot Room on the Univer-
sity of Michigan campus.
Rabbi Jacobovitz, will
speak on "Did God Really
Command Us To Light
Candles on Chanukah?"
There is no charge. For infor-
mation, call the Machon.

Suicide Topic
Of Lecture

Modern American, Jewish
and Greek attitudes towards
suicide and suicide preven-
tion will be the topic of a talk
by Professor Kalman Kaplan
at the Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University on
Monday at noon.
Professor Kaplan, a
psychologist, has written
many articles about the con-
trast between Hebrew and
Greek thought, and often
writes in collaboration with
historian Dr. Matthew
Schwartz.
A luncheon will be served
free of charge. The public is
invited. There is no charge for
the talk. For information, call
Hillel, 577-3459. The talk
will take place at room 661,
Student Center.
Rabbi Finkelman will con-
tinue his series, Lunch with
the Rabbi, at Hillel on Thurs-
day at noon. The topic of this
talk is "The Jewish Family:
The Role of a Father." Admis-
sion is free.

Parkinson
Group Meets

The Southfield - Oak Park
Support Group of the
Michigan Parkinson Founda-
tion will meet Wednesday at
7 p.m. at McDonnell Towers,
24400 Civic Center Dr., in the
"Bright Spot."
Nancy Felcyn, a physical
therapist from Harper
Hospital, will be the guest
speaker.

Ceci's On
Her Honeymoon
While The Boss
Is Away . . .
Let's Play!!!

Stop in for Wedding Cake
and Honeymoon Specials:

14K Gold & Fresh Water Pearl Bracelets
S12.50 - $20.00 value
Mon. Nov. 14 - 1/2 off "Lunch at the Ritz"
Tues. Nov. 15 - 1 /2 off Paper Mache Jewelry
by Randee G. & John Barrett
Wed. Nov. 16 - 1/2 off Handmade Genuine
Bead Earrings by "Chipita"
Thurs. Nov. 17 - 1/2 off Semi-precious
One-of-a-kind Creations
by Klarin.
Fri.
Nov. 18 - 1/2 off First Quality Antique
Crystals by Charles Marchant
Sat.
Nov. 19 - 1/2 off Beautiful Mexican
Sterling & Marcasite Jewelry

CECI ORMAN
JEWELRY 855.5580
On 14 Mile At Farmington

Reductions of 30-50 % on every fur
in our Holiday Collection.
The finest quality furs at the lowest prices:

Regular
Price

Natural American Ultra 5-Star Female Mink Coats

$13,000

Natural South American Geoffrey Cat 7/8 Coat

S 9,000

Natural Arctic Platinum Fox Jacket

S 4.500

White Russian Fitch 7/8 Coat

S

All Female Blush Mink 7/8 Coat

S 7,500

Full Length Ebony Beaver Coat

S 4,259

Natural Japanese Tanuki Coat *Rare Quality*

$13,000

Brandy Dyed Russian Squirrel 7/8 Coat

6,000

6,000

s 4,800

Blue Lagune Muskrat 3/4 Coat

SALE
9,000
$ 3,950
$ 2,395
$ 3,250
$ 3,950
$ 1,988
$ 8,500
$ 1,495
$ 1,895

$

Sorry - No Charges accepted on V2 Off Specials!

Exercise Your
Right to Vote

FUR & LEATHER

Regular
Price

• • •

At
Election Sale!

Shearling Jackets with Missoni Fabrics

S 2,500

Leathered Nappa Lamb Coat

S 2,500 •

Nappa Leather Reversible Mink Coats

S 8,000

Chikiang Lamb Nappa Leather Fur Coat, with Fox Trims

S 4,500

Always 20 0 A-35% OFF

Q I.M.M.
2 ADOLFO
12 ALEXANDER JUL
2 MEMBERS ONLY
ARIS-ISOTONER
2 NICOLA MANCINI
2 BURLINGTON
2 PERRY ELLIS
2 CHRISTIAN DIOR
2 PIERRE CARDIN
2 DAMON
2 TONY LAMBERT
2 ENRO
2 YVES SAINT LAURENT

SALE
$ 1,595
$ 1,495
$ 5,500
$ 3,200

Red Dyed Leather 3/4 with Red Dyed Fox Trim with

DetachableHood with Sheared Lapin Detachable liner

S 3,800

Natural Bisam Sheared Muskrat 3/4 Coat

S 3,800

Full Length Russian Kolinsky Coats

$ 7,500

$ 2,500
$ 2,400
$ 5,000

Leather Jackets-Assorted Colors

with Detachable Oppossum liners

FURS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE

Vote for your favorite brand names

Correction

The book fair listing for
Arlene Kingston, author of
The Bagels Are Coming, ap-
pearing in last week's Jewish
News should have said that
she will appear at the book
fair at 10 and 11 a.m. Sunday
and Nov. 20.

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ALL FURS LABFT FD TO SHOW COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

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needs blood'.'

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(Between Southfield and Evergreen)

352-1080

Starting Nov. 27, 1988 - Open Sundays 12-4

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Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
PARKING AND ENTRANCE IN REAR

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Next time the American Red Cross asks, give blood, please.

GIVE BLOOD, PLEASE

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Red Cmea

THE DETROIT.JEWISH NEWS

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