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July 03, 1992 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-03

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NEWS

FEDERAL FIREPLACE

PATIO
BB
Q &

SALE

Children Hold
Commemoration

5 PIECE WROUGHT

IRON PATIO SET

4 classic chairs, 1 48" round
table, 12 yr. mfr. warr.,
automotive finish.

Comfortable
maintenance
free sling
chairs,
glasstop
table. Choice
of colors.

0 Samsonite'

BETTER THAN DEPARTMENT
STORE QUALITY!

Ref. $1240.00

Maintenance Free Sling

Howard B. Sherizen, CLU, ChFC
Agent of the Year

Replacement
cushions & slings
available for
older sets

Comfortable Cushion

44$599"

IN STOCK ONLY

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Deluxe cart.
Unique 3 burner
flavorizing system.

40,000 BTU
Dual Burner,
470 sq. in.
cooking area.

INSTALLATION
AVAILABLE

3899
4599

-4s499"

In Pineridge Center
Novi Rd. at 10 Mile Rd.
(1-3/4 Miles south of I-96)

348-9300

PRIOR SALES EXCLUDED

02,

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RATED #1

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Everyday
Low 699.97

Sale Ends Thursday,
July 9, 1992 at 9 p.m.
STORE HOURS: Mon-Fri 10-9
Sat 10-8 • Sun 11-5
OPEN JULY 4th 9am-6pm
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Delivery &
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In F&M Plaza
Southfield Rd. at 12 Mile Rd.
(1 Mile North of 1-696)

FREE -1

STAINLESS SINK &
DELTA FAUCET

$150 Value

557-3344

With complete kitchen.
No substitutes.

PHONE ORDERS ACCEPTED

Not to be combined
with other offer
with this ad

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New York (JTA) — Some
350 Jewish, black, Korean,
and white schoolchildren
took to the skies for a 70-
minute flight above the New
York skyline on their own
version of Operation
Solomon.
The flight, the first for
many of the students, was to
commemorate the one-year
anniversary of the rescue
mission which brought
14,500 Jews to Israelfrom E-
thiopia.
It was "the anniversary of
a miracle," said Barbara
Ribakove Gordon, executive
director of the North- Ameri-
can Conference on Ethiopian
Jewry.
El Al, whose fleet
transported the Jews on the
rescue mission, sponsored
the New York voyage.
Among those welcoming
the children, who ranged in
age from 10 to 14, were the
Boys Choir of Harlem, which
sang emotional renditions of
"Hatikvah," and
"Yerushalayim Shel
Zahav;" Uri Savir, the
departing New York Consul
General of Israel; Leon
Hasdai, vice presi-
dent/general manager of El
Al and Captain Arieh Oz,
one of the pilots of Operation
Solomon, who commanded
the flight over New York.
A surprise passenger on
the flight was the
diminutive dynamo of sex
therapy, Dr. Ruth
Westheimer. Dr. Ruth, as
she is known, was a refugee
who escaped the Nazis by
fleeing to what was then
Palestine. She served in the
Haganah, and then later
emigrated to the United
States. The celebrated sex-
ologist visits Israel at least
every summer.
Racial harmony seemed to
be the recurrent theme
throughout the day. Before
boarding the plane, children
clapped along to several rap •
numbers, by Dr. David
Lazerson and his black-
Jewish entourage.
Once aboard the plane, the
sky became a classroom as
the children were shown
videos about last year's

airlift and scenic vistas of
Israel.
The children were treated
to kosher "skyburgers" and
french fries for lunch, not all
of which were kept down by
the overly excited students
on the turbulent flight.
The children snapped pic-
tures and loudly applauded
as the plane touched the
runway at the end of the
flight.

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