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March 17, 1989 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-17

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I ON CAMPUS I

Newton.

Custom-covered hand-crafted sofas.
Now at discount prices.

Students Rally
For Soviet Jews

.
Right now, our custom sofas are
discount-priced from $595-$1,295.

Choose the look, length, style and
fabric that's right for you.

•A Newton sofa is something special. It's your chance to get exactly what you want.
Come in and choose from hundreds of styles — including chairs, sectionals, and
sleepers (with inner-spring mattress). Select from thousands of fabrics. We'll
custom-build and deliver it in only 30 working days.
We say it's the only way to get the perfect piece. And now during our pre-Spring
Sale, at the perfect price.

Now consider
Newton's extras:

• You choose from over
1,200 designer fabrics
• You select from 457
styles
• An exclusive wear-
tested fabric warranty
• Lifetime guarantee on
the frame, springs &
cushions
• Delivery in only 30
working days

Custom contemporary, traditional and country
sofas are now sale-priced from only $595.

War, Survivors
Speak At Hillel

Furniture So Good
It's Guaranteed.

Livonia

On Middlebelt.
bete 5 & 6 Mile
525-0030

GALLERY PRICE

Novi

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Opposite Hudson's Entrance
349-4600

OUR PRICE

1800 00 900 00
'PETRA MIT KINDER (framed) 3700 00 1500°°
MIK° (framed)
2400 00 1000 00
'MUSEUM SUITE (4) (framed) 9300°° 4500°°
'YEAR OF THE CHILD(4) (framed) 3700 00 1850°°
'MAINAU SUITE (framed) 2900 00 1750°°
'MAYAN WEAVER (framed)
850°° 500°°
"
`JAPANESE BOY (framed)
650 00 400°°
ALDO WONG° 'HAWK & THE MUG 200000 85000
ROCKWEthoP HAT & TAILS (framed) 860000 3500°°
AGAM 'PLUS, MINUS, TIMES NINE
'SUITE OF 11 PIECES
6000 00 3000°°
MAXWELL 'ANCIENT SETTLEMENT
ACRYLIC RELIEF 2040 250000 95000

HIBELCAROLINE (framed)

11

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'Denotes only one available at this price — the First Taker will be the buyer.

GROSSMAN GALLERIES
851-6637

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FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1989

Washington, D.C. — More
than 600 students from some
35 college campuses across
the United States will con-
vene in the nation's capital
April 5-6 for the 13th annual
International Student
Solidarity Day to petition
Congress and the administra-
tion on behalf of Soviet Jews.
Heading the Washington-
program and addressing the
students will be honorary
chairmen U.S. Sen. Alponse
D'Amato (R-N.Y.) and Daniel
Inouye (D-Hawaii), as well as
Reps. Nancy Johnson (R-
Calif.) and Steny Hoyer (D-
Md.). An official from the
State Department and former
refuseniks will also speak.
While most students will
meet with their home
senators and representatives,
those who have attended
previous Solidarity Days will
visit the State Department,
the CIA, the Center for Arms
Control, the Board of Interna-
tional Broadcasting, and
foreign embassies.

Sterling Heights

On Van Dyke.
bete. 16 & 17 Mile
264-3400

Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-9
Sunday 12-5
MasterCard, Visa.
or our Convenient Terms

RENDS
Applegate Square

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Sun Control Products

CLASSIFIEDS
GET RESULTS!
Call The Jewish News

354-6060

The B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation will present an
Evening with Survivors at
7:30 p.m. March 30, at Hillel,
1429 Hill, Ann Arbor. The
presentation will explore
education outside the
classroom: What is learned
and unlearned by being a sur-
vivor of the Holocaust?
Irene Butter, professor in
the University of Michigan
School of Public Health;
Ernest Fontheim, professor in
the U-M department of
physics and Ruth Kent,
member of Children of
Holocaust Survivors Associa-
tion in Michigan, will speak.
Admission is free.

Rutgers Has
Israel Study

Newark — Rutgers Newark
University College, in
cooperation with Hebrew
University, will sponsor a
summer study program of
Israel's social and human ser-
vices which will enable those
who have already traveled to
Israel to see the country from
a new perspective.
The study program will in-
clude extensive field trips
with Project Renewal and to
development towns, Arab
villages and towns as well as
sites of health and welfare
programs.
Those taking the program

for college graduate or
undergraduate credit will be
required to complete research
papers and take examina-
tions. These academic obliga-
tions are not applicable to
those who take the program
for personal fulfillment.
The program will run from
June 21 until Aug. 11. For in-
formation, contact Dr. Norma
Bech Levine, (201) 648-5827.

Yiddish Summer
Program Slated

Amherst, Mass. — Applica-
tions are now being accepted
for the sixth annual Summer
Program in Yiddish Culture,
scheduled for July 2-9 on the
campus of Hampshire College
in Amherst, Mass.
Sponsored by the National
Yiddish Book Center, a non-
profit organization, the
residential program will offer
an introduction to Yiddish
culture through lectures, '
workshops, singing, dancing,
films, theater presentations, a
field trip and special events.
No prior Yiddish knowledge
is required.
Cost of the seen-day pro-
gram includes tuition, texts,
meals and accommodations.
Applications are due by April
18. For brochure and applica-
tion, write: Summer Pro-
gram, National Yiddish Book
Center, Old East Street
School, Amherst, Mass.
01002, (413) 256-1241.

Aleynu Probes
Medical Issues

Aleynu, the Partnership for
Jewish Adult Education, will
hold the third of a six-part
series on "Medical Issues
Through Jewish Eyes" at the
Detroit Medical Center on
Tuesday.
Rabbi Shmuel Irons, head of
the Kollel Institute of Detroit,
will be the speaker.
The discussion is held at
the Harper Hospital profes-
sional building, fourth floor,
office of the Section of
Transplantation beginning at
noon.
There is a charge and
refreshments will be served.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Aleynu, 968-3000.

Hebrew Course

Machon Mbrah, the Jewish
Learning of Michigan, will
present a crash course in
Hebrew reading in Oak Park,
West Bloomfield and Nor-
thville. For information, call
the Machon office, 967-0888.

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