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February 05, 1988 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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SPORTS

ANNUAL STORE-WIDE
WINTER SALE

February 6th-February 13th

Everything in the store is on sale

20% OFF
20% OFF
All findings and supplies
Ail custom designed
30%-50% OFF
necklaces
50% OFF
Selected beads

All semi-precious beads, ivory crystal,
plastic, glass, woods, designer pieces.

BEAD
WORKS, inc.

32751 Franklin Rd.

Just south of 14 Mlle

855-5230

Tues.-Sat. 10-5

No Kangaroos

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of these people (on the latest
tour) said they might come
down. So hopefully I'll keep in
contact more."
Wrublewski plans to write
"almost everybody" he's met
in the U.S. "It just seems like
a good thing to have friends
in different countries."
But Khusid is not certain if
he will write. "Maybe. I don't
know. It depends. It's bad
memories — you feel sorry
that you can't see 'em again.
Everyone's been nice, really
nice."
One day after the skating
party, the Australians began
a 36-hour trip home, describ-
ed by Silver in terms easily
understood, by Australian or
American Jews. It would be,
he said, "A long schlep
home." ❑

JCC Lakers
Edge Celts

.PTHARD LAKE ROAD AT FOJRTEEN MILE • :ARMINGTON -IILLS • 855-3M/1

The Lakers (2-1), coached by
Gary Yashinsky, pulled away
in the final two minutes to
beat the Celtics (2-2) 45-42 in
Honey Berris League basket-
ball action at the Maple/
Drake Jewish Community
Center Jan. 27. Steve Rosen
tallied 16 for the Celtics while
Mike Reich scored 13 for the
winners. In the earlier game,
the Knicks (1-1) trounced the
Rockets 60-40. Scott Oshin-
sky tallied 18 points for the
Knicks, Chuck Kiefer 15 for
the Rockets.
In Sunday's play, the Bulls
(3-0) dispatched the 76'ers
(1-2), 56-29. Dave Baxter
pumped home 31 points for
the Bulls. Dave Wolfe had 8
for the 76'ers. The Pistons
(2-1), led by Aaron Flower's 16
points, beat the Rockets (1-3)
59-39.

STATS

Save $75 in Hunters Square /Tally Hall
sales receipts dated February 1-13, 1988
and get a one pound box of chocolates
FREE! Bring your sales receipts to the
Tally Hall Mall Office anytime during this
special promotion and get a coupon good
for your box of delicious Truan's
chocolates. Present your coupon to
Truan's Candies in Hunters Square
February 12th or 13th between LOAM and
5PM and receive our gift to you which is
sure to delight your Valentine!

OFFER LIMITED TO ONE COUPON PER PERSON

46

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1988

timim"

B'nai B'rith
Bowling Scores

Morgenthau-L'Chayim
High games:
Jim Fleischer
Ron Lustig
Marty Bordoley
High series:
Jim Fleischer
Ron Lustig
Mike Wayne

Brotherhood Eddie
Jacobson
High games:
Steve Fine
Mark Klinger
Chuck Saperstein
Shel Dworkin
High series:
Mark Klinger
Steve Lemberg
Gary Klinger

279
254
246

689
670
662

259
249
248
247

679
651
644

Bloch-Israel
High games:
Joe Greenberg
Al Lewis
Randy Feldman
High series:
Al Lewis
Randy Feldman
Phil Goldstein

Ben Lusky Traveling
High games:
Clem Baggleman
Al Soloman
Larry Schlussel
High series (4 games):
Clem Baggleman
Ron Collis
Sheldon Baskin

243
221
220

611
600
553

254
222
221

830
805
767

Zager-Stone/Tucker-Grant
High games:
Sheldon Rakotz
234
Mary Bookstein
214
Roger Karnow
212
High series:
Len Cobb
578
Sheldon Rakotz
561

Downtown Fox
High games:
Dennis Eder,.
Iry Vosko
Steve Ross

221
211
209

NEWS I

U.N. Debates
Israel Report

United Nations — The
Security Council continued
its debate last week on
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar's report on
the situation in the West
Bank and Gaza Strip. Diplo-
mats said that although the
Arabs are insisting on a
tough anti-Israel resolution,
the council is working on a
compromise in the hopes of
avoiding a United States veto.
Perez de Cuellar's report
was based on the fact-finding
mission of Undersecretary
General Marrack Goulding,
which was undertaken in a
Security Council resolution.
Benjamin Netanyahu, Is-
rael's ambassador to the
United Nations, addressed
the council, charging that the
report paid little attention to
the violent nature of the
disturbances and demonstra-
tions in the West Bank and
Gaza.

Lerner Arrives
In Israel

Tel Aviv — Professor Alex-
ander Lerner, a world re-
nowned cybernetics expert
who waited 16 years for per-
mission to leave the Soviet
Union, has arrived in Israel,
intent on resuming the scien-

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