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September 16, 1988 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-16

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MARK'S

AND TAILORING

CLEANING

entirely.
In 1988, not only will
Israel field an Olympic team,
but a design by Israeli artist
Ya'acov Agam is being used
on the official 1988 Summer
Olympics poster and a
number of his works are ex-
hibited in the Olympic
Village.
All that remains is for an
athlete to win Israel's first
Olympic medal. ❑

NEWS Immi'm

James Bond
Comes To Israel

Jerusalem (JTA) — An
astonishing amount of James
Bond-type security and
military gadgets are on
display at Security'88, an in-
ternational security equip-
ment exhibition, held in
Ramat Gan.
Among the items on display
are "unstealable briefcases"
with a secret quiver alarm
and "supercars" featuring
bulletproof glass, hidden
transmitters and emergency
oxygen units. The exhibition
also features items such as
easy-to-handle guns,
miniature cameras and tape
recorders.
The "supercar," one of the
major attractions of the show,
also features hidden
transmitters to signal for help
in the event of a kidnapping,
remote ignition control which
starts the car from a safe
distance, and more.
One of the gadgets at the
exhibition promises to be of
great help to private in-
vestigators. The "executive
investigators kit" includes a
miniature tape recorder ac-
tivated by a pen. lb start the
tape rolling the pen has to be
removed from its holder.
When the pen is returned to
its holder, the tape recorder
stops running.

AJCongress
Files Brief

New York — The Federal
District Court of Nevada er-
red when it allowed the Clark
County School District to
refuse advertisements from
Planned Parenthood for use
in the school district's high
school publications, according
to the American Jewish
Congress.
The Jewish organization fil-
ed an amicus (friend-of-the-
court) brief with the U.S.
Court of Appeals for the
Ninth Circuit in the case of
Planned Parenthood of
Southern Nevada (PPSN) vs.
Clark County School District
(CCSD).

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