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October 02, 1987 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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CHARTER HOUSE
HAIR SHOP
K

ONE CARAT
DIAMONDS

Is Proud To Introduce

DEBBIE
McGRATH

Netanyahu
To Leave Post

United Nations (JTA) —
Binyamin Netanyahu,
Israel's Ambassador to the
United Nations since July
1984, confirmed Monday that
he will leave that post when
his term expires in June
1988.
He said he does not intend
to renew his contract with the
Israel Foreign Ministry and
would probably leave the
foreign service. He stressed,
however, that contrary to
various reports he is not in-
terested in the dual chair-
manship of the World Zionist
Organization and Jewish
Agency Executives, to be
vacated by Leon Dulzin, and
will not be a candidate at the
next World Zionist Congress.
According to close
associates, the charismatic
38-year-old diplomat may
enter Israeli politics. He is
widely admired in Israel and
is close to the Likud party. He
seems virtually assured of a
safe spot on the Likud list in
next year's Knesset elections.
But Netanyahu himself refus-
ed to comment on speculation
that he will choose a career in
politics.
The JTA learned, mean-
while, that Nimrod Novik, an
advisor to Foreign Minister
Shimon Peres, is the most
likely candidate to replace
Netanyahu at the United
Nations.

Highway Deaths
Up In Israel

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Nine per-
sons, four of them
pedestrians, were killed in
traffic accidents last week,
bringing the number of
highway fatalities to 455 for
the Hebrew calendar year
just ended.
This is 30 more deaths than
in the previous year and
pressure is mounting for
drastic measures to reduce
the toll of deaths and injuries
on the roads.
Among the injured in a road
accident Sunday was nine-
year-old Adi Mozes, who only
a few months ago survived a
terrorist fire-bomb attack on
the family car which killed
her mother, Ofra and her
younger brother, Tal.

For The Birds

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Nature Preservation Society
reported Sunday that some
600,000 migratory birds are
flying over Israel this fall on
their way to winter roosting
sites in Africa.

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) Certified Gemologist

FEATURING TUXEDOS
1,ROM AFTER SIX,
JUST $109.99.

A sale like this happens only once
a year. Only at President Tuxedo.
Tuxedos and dinner jackets from
Lord West, Christopher Lena,
Calvin Klein, Robert Stock, Adolfo,
Pierre Cardin, Dimitri, Bill Blass,
Yves St. Laurent and our custom
Italian collection, up to 50% off.
Designer and famous maker formal
shirts, shoes and accessories, 15L1
to 600/c off. All sale merchandise is
entirely new and not from our
rental collection. Alteration service

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FARMINGTON HILLS 855-0488, FLINT 732-7070,
HARPER WOODS 371-7500, JACKSON 784-4455,
LANSING 321-7715, LINCOLN PARK 381-2626,
LIVONIA Opening 10/87, NOVI 348-0220,
OKEMOS 349-7424, ROCHESTER 656-9690,
-
ROSEVILLE 293-5300, SAGINAW 792-1566,
SOUTHFIELD 559-3660, STERLING HEIGHTS 247-4330,
TROY 585-5494, WARREN 751-0045, WATERFORD 681-5400,
WESTLAND 422-8990, YPSILANTI 434-4060

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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