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January 12, 1990 - Image 112

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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I FOCUS

NOBLIA

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Blossoms

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TIMEPIECES CAPTURE EVERY MOVEMENT OF TIME WHILE ENCASING
IT IN CLASSIC STYLE. FOR HIM AND HER.

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NOBLIA

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Warranted to the Year 2001.

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Phone 642-5575
30400 Telegraph Rd., Suite 134
Birmingham
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Fine Jewelers
Established 1919

HOURS:
Daily 10-5:30
Thurs. 10-7
Sat. 10-3

A Tuxedo IS MOT Than A Mere Formality.

YES
WE HAVE
TY SHEETS

baby

Maternity

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me

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Farmington Hills, Michigan
855-3214

We accept
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and American Express

17 Metro Locations
including
OAKLAND MALL

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Milt Neuman, Manager

*Free Groom's Tuxedo Rental
with a party of six or more.

DISCOUNT 25%

• Stationery & Invitations • Total Party Planning
• Immediate Imprinting Available

RSVP STATIONERS 540.9515

108

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 1990

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Continued from preceding page

Grow with us in a tradition of
excellence as we celebrate our second
anniversary of offering the finest in
supportive living for the elderly and
skilled nursing care.

For details. see manufacturer's warranty.

I

Hours:
Mon.-Sat. 10-5
Thursday 10-8

Jewish. holidays, others held
strictly for fun. Music,
because of its universal
language, is often used.
"We're trying to offer these
peple creative, constructive,
positive Jewish experiences,"
said Gloria Cohen, who is in
charge of programming.
Looking thoughtfully
across the room at the
Potashinsky family, Mark
Lichterman expresses the
essence of the Family-to-
Family program:
"The main difference is
that in 1918 my family left
Russia and came to this coun-
try, and theirs didn't. But for
that, I might be in their
shoes." ❑

Persons interested in the
Family-to-Family program can
call the National Council of
Jewish Women, 258-6000; or
the Jewish Welfare
Federation, 965-3939, for
information.

I EDUCATION I

Machon L'Torah
Plans Programs

Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of
Michigan, will present a pro-
gram for Jewish Russian im-
migrants at 10 a.m. Jan. 14 at
Machon L'Torah Learning
Center.
Entitled Israel: Past, Pre-
sent, and Future, the program
will be led by Rabbi A.
Jacobowitz and will begin
with a breakfast followed by
a slide presentation. There is
no charge.
For information, call Lena
Grinman, 569-6909; or
Machon L'Torah, 967-0888.
Judai-College, the com-
munity educational division
of Machon L'Torah, will open
its winter 1990 semester with
a series of lectures entitled:
The World of Jewish History,
providing an opportunity to
understand basic Jewish
history from a traditional,
philosophical viewpoint.
The opening session will be
held 7:30 p.m. Jan. 23 at the
Machon L'Torah Learning
Center. There is no charge.
For information, call
Machon L'Torah, 967-0888.

Makor Program
Catalog Published

The second Makor progrom
catalog has been published
with 215 Jewish adult educa-
tional opportunities available
in the Detroit community.
MAKOR was established by
the Detroit Jewish Welfare
Federation to encourage com-
munity participation in adult
Jewish education.

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