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July 31, 1992 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-31

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FASHION RESALE

Exclusively Women's Clothing
and Accessories
Current Fashions Sizes 2-14

INTERFAITH UNAFFILIATED FAMILIES

A 25 session educational experience open to children 5-18
years old whose parents desire to give them an opportunity to
learn more about their Jewish heritage.

1844 W. Woodward
Birmingham

1 block North of 14 Mile Rd.

540-9548

New York (JTA) — The
New York Association for
New Americans and Chase
Manhattan Bank, both of
which serve an international
clientele, have joined
together in an effort to
remove job- advancement
barriers for immigrants.
With the financial assis-
tance of the U.S. Depart-
? ment of Education's Office of
Vocational and Adult Edu-
cation under the National
) Workplace Literacy Pro-
gram, NYANA will teach
English, cultural diversity
and other skills to Chase
employees for whom English
is a second language.

HOURS:
Mon.-Sat. 12-6

Starts October 25, 1992 1:30 to 3:30 PM
at Temple Emanu-El, Oak Park, MI 48237
TUITION FREE • Parent Orientation
September 20 and October 4, 1992

REGISTER NOW!! T. 661-5700

DESIGNS UNLIMITED

A community project for children of unaffiliated interfaith families
developed by the Conservative and Reform Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit with assistance from the Jewish Welfare Federation and
the Max Fisher Foundation.

"THE FINEST IN CUSTOM
CABINETS FOR HOME OR OFFICE"

624-7300

Voyages to
Freedom

500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN

An exhibition documenting
the richness and diversity
of the Jewish experience

Thurs. July 30, Fri. July 31, Sat. Aug. 1, Sun. Aug. 2

9TH ANNUAL INSIDE/
OUTSIDE SALE

OUTSIDE - Tremendous Sidewalk Sale

Wallets — Business Cases — Totebags
Small Leather Goods — Unique Gifts
ALL AT SUPER SIDEWALK SALE PRICES

INSIDE - Warehouse Clearance Sale

Jewish Community Center — Maple/Drake

We've opened our back room for
unbelievable bargains on luggage.
UP TO 70% OFF

OPENING RECEPTION
AUGUST 6th - 7:30 p.m.

lARRISON
L UGGAGE

• • • AUGUST 6-31, 1992 • • •

3116 W. 12 Mile Road
Between Greenfield & Coolidge
About 1 Mile W. of Woodward
545-7393

Guest Speaker

JUDITH LAIKIN ELKIN

Chair, International Curatorial Commission

"PICTURING HISTORY:
IMAGES AND REALITY"

Films On View Doily

A VIEW OF JEWISH LIFE IN LATIN AMERICA —11 AM
THE YIDDISH GAUCHOS —1 PM
HOTEL CUBA — 2 PM

Brought to our community by
The Jewish Historical Society of Michigan under
a grant from Norman Allan
co-sponsored by Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
in co-operation with
Anti-Defamation League. of B'nai B'rith,
Wayne State University Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies,
Amrael Remodeling and Vorig Brazilian Airlines

The Bright Idea:

Give a Gift Subscription

)4 THE JEWISH NEWS

Hours: Thurs. & Fri. 1 0-8
Saturday 9-5, Sunday 1 2-5
ALL SALES FINAL

DUFFEL BAGS * TRUNKS * BACK-PACKS * CANTEENS * SLEEPING

BERKLEY SUMMER

• HA LE R ET UR N P oLl

NYANA, Bank
To Help Emigres

STEPPING STONES TO A JEWISH ME

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But this imbalance may
tip towards the Likud in the
June 23 election, Mr.
Rekhess suggests, because
the government has begun
giving Druse villages a
somewhat fairer share of the
budget, and because Defense
Minister Moshe Arens is
opening up the ranks of the
military to Druse soldiers.
The most sensitive units
are still off-limits to Druse —
'who may well have relatives
in the Syrian and Lebanese
armies, thus complicating
their status as security risks
— but Arens has brought
them into the Navy and cer-
tain intelligence units, and
' °has said he sees no reason
why they can't become Air
Force fighter pilots.
When young Druse men
return to Beit Jann after
:7) three years in the army,
they are likely to sign up as
---,- professional soldiers,
' policemen or prison guards;
there are few other jobs for
them in the village or near-
by.
,, Jamal Salalha, head of
I Beit Jann's municipal coun-
cil, lists his hometown's
woes: over 20 percent
unemployment, open sewage
I in the streets, no water or
electricity in one out of every
six homes, no heating in
many of the schoolrooms, not
enough schools or sports
facilities.
Asked why he thought the
Druse had traditionally been
shunted aside from govern-
ment attention, Mr. Salalha
said, "Maybe Israelis
thought we were closer to
the Arabs than to the Jews.
But we feel like Israelis.
There has to be a change in
policy towards the Druse,
not because we have fallen
soldiers but because it's due
us. We fulfill all our respon-
sibilities, and we deserve all
our rights." El

"We Pay Cash for Fine
Clothing and
Accessories"

SIDEWALK SALE
10% to 90% OFF

SAVINGS OF:

• Shorts from 99¢ • Back Packs
• Teva Sandal
• Inflatables
Reg. $39.95 to $54.95
• Hammocks
NOW $34.95 to $49.95
• T-Shirts

• Tents
• Sleeping Bags
• Hiking Boots
• Duffel Bags

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ALL LEATHER JACKETS – 20% OFF
OUR ALREADY DISCOUNTED PRICE

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