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May 08, 1987 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-08

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The Total Discount Store



"From Budget To Boardroom"






Birmingham Temple
Celebration

Birmingham Temple will
have a Yom Haatzmaut
Celebration, 8:30 p.m. Friday.
The program will feature
singers Maria Cimarelli, Bar-
bara Windham, Jackie Woolf,
Charles Raines and Roger
Jamison, with pianist Marlene
Loucks and narrators Judith
Schneider and Eli Master, in a
work by Max Helfman entitled
"Hag Habikurim."
Guest artist will be Detroit
Symphony cellist Debra
Fairoyan who has played so
beautifully at the Temple's holi-
day services. She will solo in
Ernest Bloch's "Voice in the
Wilderness:'

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Resolution Hit

New York, April 28 (JTA)
— Governors of 49 states
have issued official proclama-
tions condemning the 1975
United Nations General As-
sembly resolution equating
Zionism with racism. Gover-
nor John Sununu of New
Hampshire was the only gov-
ernor who declined to issue a
proclamation condemning the
resolution. He reportedly re-
fused on the grounds that he
vowed during his election
campaign not to issue proc-
lamations of any kind as long
as he is governor.

Gender-Based
Insurance Hit

New York (JTA) — A
Pennsylvania law permitting
auto' insurance companies to
charge young male drivers
higher rates than young
females violates the state
constitution's Equal Rights
Amendment, contends the
American Jewish Congress.
In a friend-of-the-court
brief in the case of Barth-
olomew vs. Grody, AJCon-
gress argues "gender-based
clarifications" are but an ad-
ministrative convenience and
do not consider a driver's
inherent capabilities.

Hawaii JWF
To Charge Dues

Honolulu (JTA) — The
Jewish Federation of. Hawaii
has announced it will reor-
ganize to become a member-
ship organization for all con-
tributors of at least $50 to its
annual campaign.
An estimated 5,000 Jews
live in this largest city in the
Hawaiian islands, with 450
elsewhere 'in the state.

Match 3 numbers playing Super Lotto and you
could win $50,000 in the "Match 3 of 6 Sweepstakes"

You could win big when you're half-right during Super
Lotto's "Match 3 of 6 Sweepstakes." Starting with the May
9th Twice-A-Week Super Lotto drawing, when you match 3
(and only 3) Super Lotto numbers, you have another
chance to win. Finalists will appear on the WDIV-TV Super
Lotto Sweepstakes Show for the grand prize drawing of
$50,000 and other cash prizes.

Sweepstakes Procedures

• You may not enter if you've matched more than three (3) Super Lotto numbers on
any one wager on your ticket.
• Super Lotto subscription tickets are not eligible.

• A multi-draw wager can be entered if
(1) The ticket has expired (the ticket is not valid for future drawings).
(2) You matched 3 and only 3 numbers for a drawing on May 9 or thereafter.
• Send your ticket and a piece of paper with your (legibly printed) name, address
and telephone number in a standard letter envelope no larger than 41/2" by 10".
Send to: Michigan Lottery, "Match 3 of 6 Sweepstakes", Lansing, MI 48916
• Or, you can deliver your entry in person to any one of the Lottery offices located in
Lansing, Detroit, Southfield, Wyoming, Saginaw, Grayling and Marquette.
• Entries must be received at the Lottery no later than July 1, 1987.
• All entries become property of the Michigan Lottery and cannot be returned to
the player.
• Finalists will be notified by the Lottery no later than July 17; 1987.

PLEASE NOTE: A ticket with a wager which matches 4, 5 or 6 numbers
cannot be entered into this sweepstakes. These tickets should be
redeemed for cash prizes just as they have been in the past. The Lottery
assumes no responsibility for tickets mistakenly sent to the sweepstakes. If
you mistakenly send in a ticket which matches 4, 5 or 6 numbers, it will not
be possible to search through the entries to find your individual ticket.

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