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February 12, 1988 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-12

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I NEWS I

DEBBIE PARTRICH'S

SEPHARDIC BAND

Vioe

Doing Latino and Jewish Music On
Ancient Biblical Instruments

NAIL & SKIN
CARE SALON

In Cal & Koehler Hair Salon
31435 Northwestern Hwy.
Farmington Hills

851-0200 or 851-6240

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1988

3:30 P.M.

• ADMISSION $7.00

, 61
vtr

90'10

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 W. Maple / West Bloomfield

For further information call 661-1000, ext. 341

This program funded in party by:
.‘
MICHIGAN
COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
=
AND
THE MANNY AND NATALIE CHARACH ENDOWMENT FUND

181 5. Woodward Ave.
Birmingham, MI 48011

642-1690

MARC
ANKERMAN

Disc Jockey

"The Best Music
In Town"

7NlEP

PARTIES, DANCES
& SPECIAL OCCASIONS

352-2292 546-5797

• * * * * * * * * * * * * *

:PHOTO PARTY FAVORS:

ISRAEL'S CELEBRATING HER 40TH
AND WANTS YOU TO BE THERE!!!

Join your fellow Detroiters and friends from throughout the U.S.
on the United Jewish Appeal

*

quality instant photography makes
us the best choice
for your party

* PHOTOS BY GILBO

NATIONAL SINGLES* MISSION TO ISRAEL

851-2765 357-5166
* ******** ** * * **

9
MOTORIZED
MODELS
FROM
$399.99

National Chairman, Dr. Owen Perlman of Detroit

JULY 31-AUGUST 10

(Some with
elevation &
pulse Monitor
included)

• Experience the joy of being among your people in their exciting new-old land
• Share in an adventure with other singles who have similar values and ilfestyles.

$2,100 round trip from New York per person , double occupancy
Earlier mission scheduled for July 17-27.

TREADMILLS

You will have the opportunity to make your pledge to the 1989 Allied Jewish Campaign.

McCoy Inc.
557-6550

Call

*Ages 25-40
"For contributors of $500 to the Allied Jewish Campaign

!

Mail this form to: Young Adult Division, Jewish Welfare Federation, 163 Madison Avenue, Detroit, MI 48226

TA E IVO'
VIDEO TAPING

Weddings • Bar Mitzvahs
Anniversaries
or for any occasion...call

Jerry Ruckert 559-4380
Steve Spitz 557-6884

Yes, I'm interested in a Singles Mission to Israel. My preferred date is

I'll be coming to the February 23 information meeting.

I can't come on February 23 but would like you to send information.

Name

Phone(B)

41111 ■

(H)

(please print)

Address

98

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1988

Zip

Air/..r/
'TAKE TWO'

U.S. Vetoes
UN Resolution

United Nations — The
United States vetoed a
Security Council resolution
calling on Israel to abide by
the Fourth Geneva Conven-
tion of August 1949, which
relates to the protection of
civilian persons in time of
war.
The veto last week was the
second time in two weeks that
the United States exercised
its veto to quash a resolution
critical of Israel. The resolu-
tion, supported by the 14
other members of the Securi-
ty Council, followed a series of
meetings to consider
Secretary General Javier
Perez de Cuellar's report on
the situation in the Israeli-
administered territories. The
report is based on the find-
ings of Undersecretary
General Marrack Goulding,
who went on a fact-finding
mission to the territories.

Israeli Center
Party Formed

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Center Party, the latest addi-
tion to Israel's crowded
political spectrum, held its
founding convention last
week. The new party, an
amalgam of three small fac-
tions that- never found their
way into the political main-
stream, is chaired by Amnon
Rubinstein, formerly of the
Shinui party.
Other charter members
come from the moribund In-
dependent Liberal Party and
the short-lived Liberal Center
Movement, founded last year
by two members of Likud's
Liberal wing: Leon (Arye)
Dulzin, former chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion-Jewish Agency Ex-
ecutive, and Shlomo Lahat,
the mayor of Tel Aviv. Lahat
has since returned to the
Likud fold.

Haredim Open
Blood Bank

Jerusalem — lb combat the
spread of AIDS, the ultra-
Orthodox Eda Haredit
organization has chosen 150
yeshivah students from
"pure, holy families" to
donate blood for the com-
munity's emergency use.
Israel's Health Ministry
called the "pure blood" dona-
tion project "nonsense." All
donated blood in Israel is
checked for AIDS antibodies,
the ministry said.

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