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May 29, 1987 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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SINGLE

SUMMER
IS HERE

Only Amber Apartments, in
and near Royal Oak, include
Hibachi Grills and Lanai
swings, on large private
patio/porches.
Ask for free priority listing. No
application fees.

355-0088

24370 W. Ten :Atte Rd. Just W. of Telegraph

MILLIE FIORI •



JENNY & THE

Discuss with Pot,

BOYS • SUSAN GAIL •

WHERE ALL THE DETAILS
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Joint Toronto-Detroit
Singles Trip Planned

280-2830

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g HANDBAGS • JEWELRY • BELTS • ACCESSORIES ;
A
c Orchard Lake Rd. ON THE BOARDWALK
I Just S. of Maple
855-0430

"Where `You Come First"

Kosins

Uptown
Southfield Rd. at
11 1/2 Mile • 559-3900

RECORDING STUDIOS
"WE'LL BRING THE STUDIO TO YOU!"
• From top 40 Hits to Big Band Sound Tracks
Make Your Guests A Star

Big & Tall
Southfield at
101 /2 Mile • 569-6930

• A New Dimension In Entertainment For All Ages
• Great Party Favors
• Professional Equipment

DOLLARS SPEAK
THE LOUDEST

SPECIAL
FREE VIDEO SESSION WHEN

GET A
YOU BOOK YOUR PARTYL ..

Because birds of a feather
flock together, Amber Apart-
ments are frequented by
pecuniarily prudent profes-
sionals having a proclivity for
erudition.

WE NOW OFFER YOU VIDEO FOR.... IV"

INCLUDING REHEARSAL AND TAPE

Visit Our Studios at Tally Hall

Orchard Lake Rd. at 14 Mile . . . And Choose From 3 Pkgs.
Customized To Your Parry Needs and Budget

FOR MORE INFORMATION

46.

CALL CAROL

851-9099

All recordings in full compliance with Federal copyright laws

280-2830

Solicit Sue,
for "menu" of available
Amber Rental dwellings.

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VERTICAL BLINDS 60° 10 to 75°10 off!

WE'LL BEAT ANY PRICES — ON ANY BLINDS!*

Custom Made! 6-Foot

VERTICAL DOORWALL

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No Freight Or Handling Charges

TROY

3303 ROCHESTER ROAD
Tray Pointe
Daily 104 • M. A Th. 10-9
524.1443

UTICA

13921 HALL ROAD
Amass Fm. Lakeside Mall
to SM. 104
242-1470

ROYAL OAK

4501 N. WOODWARD
2 Blks. S. of 14 Mile
Dally 104 • M. 9 D. 10.9

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1 Mile N. of Eureka

Mon. to Sit. 10 to 6
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ALL STORES OPEN SUNDAY 12 TO 4 P.M.

88 Friday, May 29, 1987

MINI-BLINDS

By Bali
Hundreds of
colors in
1" and 1/2"
louver styles.

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PLEATED SHADES

Bali & Joanna
Combines the
charm of fabric
with the beauty
of mini-blinds

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FREE SHOP-AT•HOME! CALL: 353-6191

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21325 TELE-GRAPH
1 GIL N. of 8 Mile
M.-F. 10-9 • Sal. 104
3524410

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Extension Group
Plans A Party

Temple Israel's Singles Ex-
tension Group (50 plus) will
have a "California Casual Par-
ty" at 7 p.m. June 25 at the
temple.
The evening will include din-
ner, dancing and wine. There is
a fee, and paid reservations are
due by June 17. For details, call
Belle Gordon, 352-4373; Sylvia
Winton, 642-8321; or Mel
Hirsch, 533-9271.

Wanted In Kansas:
Knesset Member Kahane

ALAN FEILER

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Windsor train station.
Deadline for application is Ju-
ly 9. Absolutely no exceptions
will be made.
Make checks payable to the
Jewish Community Center.
Mail checks to JCC-Singles,
6600 W. Maple, West Bloom-
field 48322. Enclose roommate
preference with check. On the
trip, singles are requested to
bring proof of citizenship to
avoid problems at customs.
For information, call Jill Cole
at the Jewish Center, 661-1000;
or Heidi Press, evenings until
10 p.m., 352-6858.

Special to The Jewish News

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354 6060

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The Jewish News, The Com-
munity Network for Jewish
Singles and Metro Toronto
Singles have arranged a Jewish
singles Toronto trip for July
17-19 at the Westin Hotel in
downtown Toronto.
Cost of the weekend, $190, in-
cludes round-trip train
transportation from Windsor,
two nights' accommodations
(double occupancy) at the
Westin, plus a singles program
and oneg Shabbat at Cong.
Beth Emeth Bais Yehudah, a
cocktail dance party and a Sun-
day brunch, the latter three
with Toronto Jewish singles.
Group shuttles will be available
to the oneg and dance.
Free-time will be allotted on
July 18 for sightseeing and
shopping. Hotel shuttles will be
provided to various sites, such
as the Harborfront and Eaton
Center.
Singles may choose a 9:30
a.m. or 6:10 p.m. departure
from Windsor on July 17 and
everyone will depart Toronto at
3:30 p.m. on July 19. Snacks
will be provided on the return
train.
Everyone is responsible for
their own parking fees at the

33710 PLYMOUTH RD.

W. of -6•M. R Flo id

Dilly 10-6 • M. a n. 10.9

2614530

PONTIAC

DEARBORN

22293 MICHIGAN AVE.
3 111ka.E. of
a ny 104 . 111.Trgt.9
2744000

FLINT

25923 GRAT10T AVENUE
at 10-12 Mile Rd.
Daily 154 • Tu. A Th. 104

137 S. TELEGRAPH
In Rainbow Plaza
Daily 104 • M. A Th. 10.9

777-9510

54205 MILLER ROAD
to Me Velley Rua
Daily 104 • M. d Th. 10-9

332-7200

230-0614

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

abbi Meir Kahane is
known for his knack
for getting into
trouble, whether it is with
Arabs, Jews, Soviet officials,
the State Department or
otherwise. Now it's the Kan-
sas police authorities who
have a bone to pick with the
controversial Knesset
member and founder of the
Jewish Defense League.
Last week, the police
department of Overland,
Kansas (pop. 79,084) issued a
warrant for the arrest of
Kahane after he failed to ap-
pear in court for a disorderly
conduct charge filed against
him last year. He could face
a maximum prison sentence
of six months if he returns to
Kansas.
Kahane, who recently
toured ten citiies in the
United States to raise money
for his ultra-right wing Kach
political party, was speaking
at a fundraiser in Overland on
November 18, 1986 when he
reportedly attacked a heck-
ling audience member named
Mousa Shukair, a Kansas Ci-
ty resident of Palestinian

Rabbi Meir Kahane

origin. Police were called in
and arrested Shukair and
another Palestinian, Rezek
Muslet, who was also in-
volved in the brawl. After be-
ing allowed to finish his
speech, Kahane was arrested
for disorderly conduct.
Charges against Shukair
and Muslet were dismissed
last week. Representatives of
Kahane said that the 55-year-
old rabbi was on a flight
enroute to Los Angeles on the
day he was required to appear
in court. Overland police said
although a misdemeanor
charge is still hanging over
Kahane, authorities will not
pursue him unless he returns
to Kansas.

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