100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

June 24, 1994 - Image 53

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-06-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

...for women's special needs

p

omen's Health Boutique is for
women, by women...to meet the
special healthcare needs of women.
Our goal is to make a positive dif-
ference in the way women look and
feel about themselves whether their
special needs are related to cancer,
personal care or special pregnancy
and childbirth problems.
Our personal fitting service and
beautiful decor is just what women
deserve.
We specialize in:

refugees, like other welfare re-
cipients will only be eligible for
the benefits for a limited time.
Thus, Jewish activists say that
it is misleading to think that
Jews arriving from the former So-
viet Union, most of whom arrive
on refugee status, will not be af-
fected by Clinton's proposals.
Jewish organizations are gear-
ing up for grass-roots lobbying ef-
forts to oppose the plan.
The ensuing battle over fund-
ing for welfare reform could place
Jewish groups in the uncomfort-
able position of fighting legisla-
tion that includes other
welfare-related proposals they
have supported for years.
The legislative process to re-
form the welfare system is cer-
tain to be a long one and no one
is sure what legislation is likely
to emerge.
But Jewish groups say they
are committed to fighting to keep
benefits for immigrants.

- Mastectomy
- External Breast Reconstruction
- Wigs and Turbans
- Compression Therapy
- Personal Care and Hygiene
- Maternity and Breastfeeding

SPECIAL NOTICE

Please join us at Women's Health Boutique follow-
ing the "Andrea McClure Canter for Cancer" in
Lathrup Village on Saturday, June 25. We will be
serving light refreshments and liquid replenish-
ment following the race walk and you will have an
opportunity to view our product line and meet
Susan Thomas, a local designer/manufacturer.

Senate Monitors
Compliance

Washington (JTA) — A biparti-
san group of 16 Senators have
formed the Peace Accord Moni-
toring Group in an effort to en-
sure that the Palestine liberation
Organization complies with the
terms of its agreements with Is-
rael.
`The Peace Accord Monitoring
Group has been created to ensure
that the PLO's words match their
deeds," said Sen. Richard Shel-
by, D-Ala., in announcing the
group's formation at a news con-
ference. He will co-chair the
group with Sen. Arlen Specter,
R-Pa.
The announcement came two
weeks after a State Department
report on PLO compliance drew
the ire of many Jewish groups
and members of Congress who
felt the report was too lenient
when discussing PLO violations
of the peace agreement.
Sen. Connie Mack, R-Fla., and
Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn.,
both members of the new group,
said in a June 9 letter to Secre-
tary of State Warren Christopher
that the report tended "to excuse
PLO lapses and avoided setting
clear standards for full future
compliance."
The Senate monitoring group
will work with a similar House
group, which was established last
month by Rep. Eliot Engel, D-
N.Y., and Rep. Jim Saxton, R-
N.J.
Both groups hope to prevent
any U.S. foreign aid from going
to the PLO unless it complies
with the declaration of principles
and subsequent agreements
signed with Israel.
"I am not satisfied with what
the State Department has done
on reporting the PLO," Mr.
Specter said.

-

r

1

cal,

1.-1

,

AMERk An 1■
HOUSE

qen

(810) 471-9141

OMEN'S HEALTH

13 0 1-J

+ Large elegant private suites + 1 bedroom apartments and efficiencies (with kitchenette)+
Delicious meals prepared daily by a ailinary staff+ Impeccable housekgeping services+ Convenient
laundry and linen services + Complete social cultural and recreational activities + Scheduled
transportation in American House vans+ Assistance available + Aff utilities included— except
telephone+ Bea

n + Health Care
Professionals ava
rtments forshort
Why So Many People Call :en you need it +
term stay + Wet
AMERICAN HOUSE
Large elegant pri
th kitchenette)+
Delicious meals pat
rices+
Convenient
"Home"
laundry and linen
itie.s + Scheduled
trans
included— pt
tefep
n+ Heart Care
Prof
f short
term
it +
Larg ..,. ,T pn
tte)+
Delicious meals pit
Convenient
laundry and linen
hies + Scheduled
transportation in.
•included— except
telephone+ Bea
71+ Health Care
Professionals ava
rtments for short
term stay + Wet
ien you need it +
Large elegant pri
th kitchenette)+
DerldOUS meals pit
ileac+ Convenient
laundry and linen
hies + Scheduled
transportation in .
•included— except
rit Health Care
telephone + Bea
Professionals ava
2r-orients for short
term stay + '11
ken you need it +
Large elegant
th kitcheriette)+
Delicious meals
'ices+ Convenient
laundry and
11mties+ scheduled
transportation
included—except
NEAP ENT 11111111110ES
+ Health Care
telephone+ B
Professionals av
rtments for short
term stay + 'We
you need it +
Large elegant p
th fdtchenette)+
Delicious meals- preparedder4 by a culinary staff+ Impeccable housekeeping services+ Convenient
laundry and linen services + Complete social; cultural and recreational activities + Scheduled
transportation in American House vans+ Assistance available+ All utilities included— except
telephone + Beauty & barber shops + 24 hour emergency response system+ Health Care
Professionals available upon request on an as needed basis + Furnished apartments forshort
term stay + Wellness Program+ Professional, dedicated staff + Help when you need it +
Large elegant private suites + 1 bedroom apartments and efficiencies (with kitchenette)+
Delicious meals prep ekgeping services +

ETA

26612 Southfield Road • Lathrup Village, MI • (810) 552-0606

CYVV AT

BILL Cox mama

12 Convenient Locations

In the last 40 years, the
death rate from heart
attack has dropped 34%
the death rate from con-
genital heart defects is
down 41%
and the death rate from
stroke is down 60%.
The American Heart
Association of Michigan
is 40 years old.

American Heart
Association

of Michigan

BILL Cook

A United Way Agency

maioa

c. 1Ft Art r4 C111 RAVER, NA, IE. S.

IF XL IVII

TON

Ara

IE. Ca

.13. 401-47 —CloaEtClICO

'Lease requires 1 St mo. payment. Destination, doc, title, license and 5450 acq. fee due at incep-
tion. Payments plus applicable taxes. 50,000 mile limit, 10c per mile over. S950 cap cost reduc-
tion due at inception. No security deposit required. Lessee has option but is not obligated to buy
at lease end for price determined at inception. Picture may not reflect actual vehicle. Offer ex-
pires June 30, 1994.

•Clinical Teaching
•Testing/Evaluation
•Therapeutic Tutoring

Abcare's Home Health Exchange

Accredited by JCOHA
providing

• RN's
• LPN's
• Nurses Assistants
• Interpreters for the Hearing Impaired
All Employees Screened, Bonded and Insured.
Over 17 Years Experience

1-800-70-NURSE
810-423-9600

5454677 • 4334323

25201 Coolidge, Oak Park

4036 Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills

Discount Fragrances & Beauty Supplies

LEVIN'S BEAUTY SUPPLY

Oak Park
24695 Coolidge
547-9669

We carry Nailtiques
Open 7 Days

West Bloomfield
Orchard Lake Rd.
851 7323

-

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan