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March 04, 1988 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-03-04

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TEENS

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(Grades 9-12)

COME JOIN THE FUN

Cancer Prevention
Tips

Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit

• Include fresh fruits,
vegetables and whole
grain cereals in your diet

United States and not
necessarily because this coun-
try believed such a policy was
the "right one?' It supported
Israel because of public senti-
ment and the influence of
Jews in this country in the
political process.
Arabs have learned some
important public relations
lessons and they are becom-
ing more involved in politics.
Israel must become as effec-
tive in its public relations as
it has been on the battlefield
in all the wars with the
Arabs. It must develop the
same kind of sophisticated
strategies in communications
as it did in fending off its
enemies in wartime.
Defeat in the public opinion
arena could be as devasting
as a defeat on the battlefield.
It is something Israel simply
cannot afford.

at the

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• Eat foods high in fiber
and low in fat

PURIM PARTY

• If you drink alcoholic
beverages, do so only in
moderation

Saturday Evening, March 19
8:00-11:00 p.m.

• Don't smoke or use
tobacco in any form

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15110 W. 10 Mile, Oak Park

Disco
OPEN GYM - Basketball and Volleyball
Door Prize t.e"'" Refreshments

• Avoid unnecessary X-rays

• Avoid too much sunlight;
use sunscreens

• Take estrogens only as
long as necessary

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For More Information:

Call toll-free

1-800-4-CANCER

Michigan Cancer Foundation
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Anyone dressed in I
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will receive
$1.00 OFF
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For further information
Call

661-1000

ext. 236

NEWS

Syria Harbors
War Criminal

Geneva (JTA) — Nazi-
hunter Beate Klarsfeld has
again accused the Syrian
government of harboring
Alois Brunner, one of the
most notorious Nazi war
criminals still at large, and of
ignoring appeals that he be
brought to justice.
Speaking before the United
Nations Human Rights Com-
mission last week, Klarsfeld
referred to a letter written
last October by the Rev. Jesse
Jackson, a candidate for the
Democratic Party presiden-
tial nomination, to President
Hafez Assad of Syria.
Jackson travelled to Syria
in 1984 and" gained the
release of captured American
flier Robert Goodman from
the Syrian government. He
reportedly established cordial
relations with Assad.
But the letter about Brun-
ner has yet to be answered,
Klarsfeld said. She said
Jackson wrote that "the
heinous acts against humani-
ty of the Third Reich cry out
even this day for justice:'

50th Year

Washington, D.C. — B'nai
B'rith Career and Counseling
Services, which has provided
testing and counseling for
hundreds of thousands of peo-
ple throughout the United
States and Canada since it
was created in 1938, will
celebrate its golden anniver-
sary April 10.

Yeshivath Beth Yehudah

proudly presents its

Mid-Winter Dinner Concert

in honor of

Rabbi Norman Kahn

Featuring

The Jerusalem
Great Synagogue Choir

Monday, March 14, 1988 at the Michigan Inn

Cocktails at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner at 7:00 p.m.

Couvert: $40.00 per person
For Reservations, call 557-6750

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