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April 26, 1991 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-26

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SINGLE LIFE

Sofas that last
at prices that
won't.

Norwalk sofas
last.

sm.

But our sale prices
end soon!

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Sectional as shown —
7 pieces regularly $4386 now starting at

$2,999

Design a fashionable, made-to-order look for your home now and save • Special order
sale • Choose from more than 500 styles of sectionals, sofas and chairs, 1,000 fabrics
and leather • 35 day delivery • Hurry sale ends May 6th.

Brem- FURNITURE

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1/2 mile north of Square Lake Rd., just past Carl's Golfland

O s

DELSEY

Meeting To Discuss
Mission To Israel

An information meeting
about the July 7-18 Hatikvah
National Singles Mission to
Israel will take place 7:30
p.m. May 2 in the Franklin
River Apartments clubhouse.
Guest speakers will be
Michael S. and Marcy B.
Feldman. Michael is chair-
man of the Jewish Welfare
Federation's Leadership
Development Committee.
Marcy is a board member of
the Women's Division and
chairs a project for develop-
ment of future top-level com-
munity leaders. The
Feldmans have traveled fre-
quently to Israel.
In Israel, mission par-
ticipants will meet represen-
tatives of the Israel Defense
Force, kibbutzniks and
government officials; visit
Detroit's Project Renewal
sister city of Yavne, Yad
Vashem, Old Jaffa and an
underwater observatory and
participate in an ar-
cheological dig.
Sponsored nationally by the
United Jewish Appeal and
locally by the Jewish Welfare
Federation, the mission will
bring together singles from
the U.S. and Israel for social
and travel opportunities.

The Feldmans

Detroiter Susan E. Alter-
man is a national chairman.
Local mission co-chairman
are Andrew J. Goldberg and
Lisa B. Kirsch. Dr. Richard
Krugel is Federation missions
chairman.
For information about the
mission, call Reuben Rotman
at Federation, 965-3939, Ext.
204.

Dinner, Dance
For New Horizons

City of Hope, New Horizons
Chapter for Singles, is
hosting an evening of dining
and dancing, 7 p.m. April 27
at Pearl City Restaurant,
Southfield.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call Marsha Green-
stein, 354-0774.

NEWS I

Israel Begins Airlifting
Aid To Kurdish Refugees

FREE

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$95.00 Value

With a $200.00 purchase of Delsey products

1E3 a

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participating Delsey retailers.

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In Applegate Square

357-1800

Open Thursday till 8 p.m.

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

104

FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1991

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel
will begin airlifting
shipments of humanitarian
aid this week to Kurdish
refugees on the Iraqi-
Turkish border.
An Israeli air force Her-
cules transport was schedul-
ed to take off carrying six
tons of medical supplies,
clothing, blankets and other
essentials on a list of needed
items provided by Turkey's
Red Crescent Society to the
Magen David Adorn of
Israel.
Other planeloads will
follow.
It is the .first instance of
direct communications bet-
ween the Red Crescent and
the MDA, the Moslem and
Israeli equivalents of the
Red Cross. •
The supplies were donated
by the Israeli government
and the MDA. The clothing
was purchased with con-
tributions made to a special
fund established by the
Association of Jews from
Kurdistan.
The supplies will be turned

over to the Turkish Red
Crescent in Turkey. The Red
Crescent will transport them
over several hundreds of
miles of mountainous ter-
rain to the border region,
where hundreds of
thousands of Kurds fleeing
the forces of Saddam Hus-
sein are stranded without
food or shelter.
In New York, meanwhile,
the American Jewish World
Service has launched a fund-
raising drive to provide food,
clothing and medical sup-
plies to the Kurdish and
Shi'ite refugees fleeing Iraq.
Contributions may be sent
to AJWS, Kurdish Relief,
1290 Avenue of the
Americas, 11th Floor, New
York, N.Y. 10104.
The American Jewish
Joint Distribution Corn-
mittee is also collecting
funds to provide relief to the
Kurdish refugees. Contribu-
tions may be sent to Open
Mailbox for Kurdish Refu-
gees, JDC, 711 Third Ave,
10th floor, New York, N.Y.
10017.

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