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October 03, 1986 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-03

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• Brisk Machines
• Seed Beads
• Crystals
• Fashion Beads

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YEAR IN REVIEW

Continued from preceding page

Jewish Center . . . Rabbi
Paul Yedwab is named at
Dmple Israel . •. . The Coun-
cil of Orthodox Rabbis of
Greater Detroit withdraws its
certification of kashruth from
Bernard and Sons Kosher
Meat Market in Farmington
Hills . . sponsored by the
Community Network for Jew-
ish Singles and the Jewish
Center Health Club, the JCC
hosts its annual barbecue and
pool party . . .

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August

Best Wishes
to all of our clients
and friends for a Happy
and Healthy NEW YEAR.

from all of us

at

THE MICHIGAN GROUP

SALES ASSOCIATES

ELOISE BARNETT
LINDA BELTZMAN
SANDRA BRUTMAN
MARTHA BROCHERT
BRENDA BURDGE
JOAN CHAR
JOYCE CORNWALL
JOHN COURY
SHARON GUTMAN-BENORE
GERALD HAYDEN
RUTH HERZLER
VERNA KAY
GLORIA LEE
JOAN MacKENZIE
FRED MADLEY
RUTH MALACH
ROBERT MASSARON
JESSIE McFADDEN
VICKI NELSON
MAY ROACH
GAIL SAND WEISS
ROSEMARY UZELAC
ANITA WINDSOR

Israel and the Soviet Union
hold talks, in Helsinki, for the
first time since the USSR
broke relations in 1967, but
the scheduled two-day ses-
sion ends abruptly after only
90 minutes . . . American
Jewish Congress calls
nomination of Rehnquist to
be chief justice would be "a
serious error of judgment" on
President Reagan's part . . . A
series of traffic fatalities
plague Israel, with 42 victims
in a two-week period . .
University of Maryland is
scene of annual conference of
CAJE (Coalitions for Alter-
natives in Jewish Education),
attracting some 2,300 edu-
cators to the week-long event
. . . Israel renews ties with
Cameroon, and sends emerg-
ency medical aid after a
volcanic gas explosion kills
many hundreds in the West
African nation . . . Vice
President George Bush leads
the pack in Michigan pri-
mary; evangelist Pat Robert-
son fares poorly . . . Anatoly
Shcharansky's mother, Ida
Milgrom, as well as his
brother, sister-in-law and two
nephews arrive in Israel after
being allowed to leave Soviet
Union . . . Taba talks continue
between Israel and Egypt
. . . Publisher of the Jewish
News and Baltimore Jewish
Times Charles Buerger and
Southfield attorney Lawrence
Jackier are elected directors
of the board of the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency . . .
KADIMA, an organization
which provides group homes
for Jewish adults with histor-
ies of mental illness, opens its
first residence . . . Bernard
Rayber of Bernard and Son
Kosher Meats denies allega-
tions that he was selling non-
kosher meat in his store.

September 1986

Arab terrorists attack a
synagogue in Istanbul, kil-
ling 21 worshippers at a Sab-
bath morning service ...
American journalist Nicholas
Daniloff is arrested in the
USSR and charged with spy-
ing. The U.S. negotiated his
release this week. ... Shimon
Peres and Egyptian leader
Mubarak hold summit in

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Friday, October 3, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Egypt, the first such meeting
between the two countries in
five years, and Egypt agrees
to send its ambassador back
to Israel. Taba issue appears
to be resolved ... The Jewish
Welfare Federation's
Neighborhood project an-
nounces no-interest loans of
up to $6,000 to assist Jewish
purchasers of homes in
selected neighborhoods in
Oak Park and Southfield ...
Advocacy groups complain
about the scheduling of reli-
gious services for Jewish
patients at. Northville
Regional Psychiatric Hospital
... Detroit Tiger baseball
Hall of Famer Hank Green-
berg dies ... Lincoln Kosher
Meat Market files suit
against Sinai Hospital, the
Council of Orthodox Rabbis
and the Kollel Institute,
claiming discrimination ...
More than 400 persons attend
a hastily-scheduled memorial
service at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek in memory of the vic-
tims of the attack on Neve
Shalom synagogue in Istan-
bul, Turkey.

Brazil College
Offers PLO-
Funded Series

Sao Paulo (JTA) — The
Methodist University here
has announced a series of
PLO-funded courses of a
virulently anti-Zionist nature,
the World Jewish Congress
reported last week. _
A few weeks ago, the
Jewish Community of Brazil
was shocked by the signing of
a cooperation agreement be-
tween the Methodist Univer-
sity of Piracicaba in the state
of Sao Paulo and the PLO.
This agreement is finding its
first concrete expression in
the organization of a 50-hour
"International University
Outreach Course on the Pal-
estinian Reality," according to
WJC.
The lecturers are the PLO
Ambassador in Nicaragua,
the PLO representative in
Mexico, members of the PLO
representation in Brazil and a
Colombian and an Argenti-
nean of Arab origin.
Among the subjects to be
taught are "Zionism as a
form of racism" and "Zionism
and its relations with Naz-
ism." The program announce-
ment states that the course is
funded by the PLO, and that
participants will receive tui-
tion discounts. The announce-
ment is signed by university
rector Elias Boaventura and
the director of the Human
Sciences Center, Julio Ro-
mero Ferreira.
The Confederacao Israelita
do Brasil, the central repre-
sentative body of Brazilian
Jewry and the WJC affiliate
here, has denounced this
development through the
press.

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