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January 06, 1989 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-06

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I NEWS I

Fashion Has No Size .

SUPER SALE

SAT. & SUN., JAN. 7 & 8 ONLY!

15% OFF ANY NEW MERCHANDISE

50% to 75% OFF ALL FALL MERCHANDISE

OPEN SUN. 12 TO 5

OPEN MON.-SAT. 10 to 6

• Sale Discounts Do Not Apply To Previous Purchases
Fashions and Accessories For The Fuller-Figured Woman

SUGAR TREE PLAZA

6209 Orchard Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield, Just N. of Maple Rd.
851-8001

Sizes 14 Plus

JEWELRY APPRAISALS

At Very Reasonable Prices

Call For An Appointment

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Suite 134
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(313) 642-5575

established 1919

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AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING AND EVALUATION

DAILY 10-5:30
THURS. 10-7
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10 Years Experience & Expertise in the Design
of Affordable Laminate, Lucite & Wood
Furniture

Muriel Wetsman

ALMA N" l P i

Southfield
The Original"
In The
New Orleans Mall
10 Mile & Greenfield
Mon.-Wed. & Sat. 10-7
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9
Sun. 12-5 • 559-7818

West Bloomfield
On The Boardwalk
Orchard Lake Road
South of Maple
Mon.-Wed. & Sat. 10-7
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9
Sun. 12-5 • 626-3362

Downtown
Birmingham
111 S. Woodward
South of Maple
Mon.-Wed. & Sat. 10-7
Thurs. & Fri. 10-9
Sun. 12-5 • 647-0550

661-3838

Right in Your
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1,4 / THE

TUNE
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MAN

Certified by the National
Automotive Institute of Excellence

Comes to your home or office
with the garage-on-wheels

Valet service that doesn't
cost one penny extra

Weddings • Showers • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs • Parties • Banquets

Customized Balloon Displays
For Your Special Occasion

r*First Time Customer;1
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Your Business Is Precious To Us
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(313) 838-7847
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40

FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1989

New York — Na'amat USA
has begun a special fund-
raising drive for its vocational
training schools and pro-
grams in Israel. The cam-
paign includes a dozen dif-
ferent types of scholarships.
Contributors will be able to
choose from scholarships for
college-level academic, profes-
sional and technical pro-
grams; high school voca-
tional, agricultural and
academic programs; or voca-
tional training courses for
working women and women
returning to the work force. In
addition, there is a scholar-
ship available that provides
pre-school day care for the
child of a working mother.
Scholarships range in cost
from $5,000 for a 20-year
"perpetual" scholarship for
college-level studies, to $100
for a beauty culture course.
For information on Na'amat
USA scholarships, contact
Edythe Rosenfield, National
Fund-Raising Vice President,
Na'amat USA, 200 Madison
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016.

Teacher paining
Institute OK'd

Tables • Desks
Wall Units
Bedrooms
Dining Rooms

For
Appt.

Na'amat Funds
Scholarships

• Expert diagnostic tune-up
• Electronic analyzer -
all engine systems
• Professionally trained
mechanics
• Perfect results assured

Expanded 'Services
Call Sanford Rosenberg
for your car problems

398-3605 "

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New York — The Israeli
government has officially
authorized ORT Israel to
open an advanced teacher
training institue at the ORT
School of Engineering in
Jerusalem.
The new teachers college, a
first in the ORT Israel net-
work of 113 schools and train-
ing centers, will help meet
the increasing demand in
Israel for qualified teachers in
hi-tech fields. The initial
teacher training courses will
qualify teachers in advanced
electronics technology.

Parents 'Dip
To Israel Set

The

American Zionist
Youth Federation (AZYF) is
arranging a trip
for
teenagers' parents who have
never been to Israel.
El Al Israel Airlines is
granting a free ticket for each
participant. Land ar-
rangements will cost $350.
Parents who have children
age 14 to 26 who are consider-
ing participating in any pro-
gram in Israel may qualify.
Participants will tour the
country extensively and will
check out the facilities and
sites the youngsters may visit
in the summer. Designed to
promote participation in
various programs in Israel

for youth, it is the second tour
of this kind to be offered by
El Al.
Parents are expected to
share their experience in
Israel with the community
upon their return.
For information and ap-
plication, call Yefet Ozery at
the Israel Program Center,
661-5440.

Jewish Children
Aid Armenians

Los Angeles — A group of
11-year-old synagogue
students visited a class at an
Armenian church last week
to offer their friendship and
support — and a check for
$3,182 to aid the victims of
the devastating earthquake
in Soviet Armenia.
Sixth-graders from Valley
Beth Shalom Day School in
the Los Angeles suburb of En-
cino had raised the money in
a classroom drive. They
presented the donation to
sixth-graders at the nearby
Holy Martyrs Ferrahian
Armenian School.
"We were all upset about
what happened in the earth-
quake," student Jason
Adelman of the synagogue
class explained. "We told the
little kids what happened and
they wanted to give, too." The
Armenian youngsters ex-
pressed their thanks by sing-
ing a song of their homeland.
Father Muron Aznikian,
dean of the school, noted that
the children's unexpected gift
was symbolic of the diffi-
culties Jews and Armenians
have shared in their struggles
for a homeland.
"The Jews were among the
first to come share in our
tragedy," Aznikian said. "But
they have suffered as we.
They know our situation in
this desperate time."

N

U.S. Negative
On Settlements

Washington (JTA) — The
State Department last week
reiterated its longstanding
position that the establish-
ment of additional Israeli set-
tlements in the administered
territories is "not helpful" in
advancing Middle East peace
prospects.
Department spokeswoman
Phyllis Oakley would not
comment directly on a Likud-
Labor compromise to build
eight new settlements in the (
coming year. But she said the
United States considers the
building of new settlements
as "not helpful in moving
toward the comprehensive
peace settlement that we all
desire."

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