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May 03, 1991 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-03

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3 DAY SALE
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up to 75% OFF
SELECTED ITEMS

mother is Fanny Greenbaum
of Southfield. Orly is also the
granddaughter of the late
Solomon and Rivkah Benade-
ret of Tel Aviv, Israel.

/—

MARCH 16 — Barry and
Elaine (Lusky) Margolis of
Ypsilanti are very thrilled to
announce the birth of their
daughter Dana Lauren
(Draizel Ilana). Benny and
Erin are the proud big
brother and sister. Elated are
grandma Irene Lusky of
Southfield and great-grand-
mother, Bessie Gruskin of
Oak Park. Dana Lauren is
named in loving memory of
her beloved maternal great-
grandmother, Dorothy (Dotty)
Lusky and maternal great-
grandfather, Louis Gruskin.
She is also the granddaughter
of the late Benjamin Lusky
and Isidor and Ada Margolis.

FEB. 1 — Gary (formerly of
Southfield) and Mary Hor-
witch of Gainesville, Fla., an-
nounce with love the birth of
their son Philip Marshall
Horwitch. Proud big sister is
Samantha Anne. Philip's pro-
ud grandparents are Francine
Horwitch of Lauderhill, Fla.,
(foi nierly of Southfield); Mary
Angeletti of Horseshoe, Ark.,
and William Davis of Mem-
phis, Tenn. Philip Marshall is
named in loving memory of
his paternal grandfather,
Philip Ralph Horwitch and
his maternal great-grand;
father, William Marshall
Ford.

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featuring new and nearly new
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As always, expert assistance and the best selection
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NEWS 11'

Population Up
6.4 Percent

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
Jewish population, put at 4
million, or 86 percent of the
country's total populace, has
been given a healthy boost
by the influx of some
220,000 immigrants in the
last year, most of them from
the Soviet Union.
The latest population fig-
ures were released by the
Central Bureau of Statistics
on April 17, the eve of Israel
Independence Day.
Buoyed by the Soviet Jew-
ish arrivals, the Jewish
population grew faster than
the overall population. Jew-
ish population growth was
6.4 percent, compared with
5.9 percent for the popula-
tion as a whole.
The demographics in
Galilee heralded the most
dramatic change.
Interior Ministry sources
said the continued immigra-
tion trend should result in
parity between Jews and
Arabs in Galilee within a
year.

If you are not wearing it . . . sell it!

SPRING CLEANUrPi

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
chase fine gems. Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.

A SERVICE TO PRIVATE
OWNERS BANKS & ESTATES

pAPERBAcKs

quite refreshing.

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY GIA
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

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Suite 134
Birmingham 642-5575

You'll love browsing at Annie's
Simsbury Plaza
14 Mile & Farmington Rd.
851-3560

Hours:
DAILY 10-5:30
THURS. 10-7
SAT. 10-3

Fine Jewelers

EST. 1919

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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