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May 13, 1988 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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FOR A PRICE YOU WILL LOVE

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Bonds Dinner
To Honor 16

New York — Sixteen North
American and World Jewry
communal and business
leaders will be honored at the
International Israel 40th An-
niversary Dinner to be held
on June 5, in the Grand
Ballroom of the Waldorf-
Astoria Hotel in New York
under the auspices of State of
Israel Bonds.
B.
David
Detroiter
Hermelin, international
chairman of the Israel Bond
campaign, will serve as chair-
man of the dinner.

Residential and Commercial
Landscape Design and Construction

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Hungarian
Commemoration

New York — A memorial
plaza featuring a sculpture by
Imre Varga will be con-
structed at the intersection of
Rumbach and Wesselenyi
Streets in the heart of
Budapest as part of a joint ef-
fort by the Emanuel Founda-
tion for Hungarian Culture
and the Hungarian
government.
The promenade and
sculpture are dedicated to the
600,000 Hungarian victims of
the Holocaust. Ground break-
ing will be July 3.

Reform Asks
Rock Restraint

New York — Responding to
the April 25 suicide of an
Edison, N.J. teenager, the
Task Force on Youth Suicide
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations called
on the rock music industry to
"exercise good judgement and
restraint" in selecting songs
targeted at America's youth.
According to news reports,
Walter Kulkusky, 16, killed
himself while listening to
rock music with lyrics that
encouraged suicide.

Early
Deadlines

The Jewish News will
have early deadlines for
the issues of June 3 and
June 10. The local news
deadline for June 3 will be
at 12 noon, Thursday, May
26. The local news
deadline for the June 10
issue is noon June 1. Late
copy will be used the
following week if it is still
timely.

AUDETTE SET THE STANDARDS
BY WHICH ALL OTHERS ARE JUDGED

For style and luxury, Cadillac has long been the No. 1 preference
of the selective person who will settle for nothing but the best. Today's
Cadillacs follow a long tradition of classic and luxurious automobiles
that have set the highest standards in the industry and throughout the
world.
Our state-of-the-art Allantes, DeVilles, Broughams, Eldorados and
Sevilles have proven to be extraordinary in a world filled with mediocrity.

Since 1975, Frank Audette has worked to achieve a reputation as fine
as the Cadillacs he sells and services.
Audette is the "Good Service" dealer and each and every
department takes a special interest in maintaining that reputation. From
the great deals offered by our experienced sales staff, to our caring
professionals in our service, body and paint shops, Audette is the
standard by which other dealers are judged.

7100 ORCHARD LAKE RD., WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322

"Good Service Dealer"

PHONE: 851-7200

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