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October 28, 1988 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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Presents

The Miami
Boys' Choir

hostile to Jewish concerns,
came at the triennial
assembly of the international
grouping known as the Con-
ference of Non-Governmental
Organizations in Con-
sultative Status with the
United Nations.

in our

First Annual Chanukah Concert

Israel Bombs
Lebanon For
Terrorist Attack

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Two days
after a car-bomb attack kill-
ed seven Israeli soldiers,
Israel Defense Force jets at-
tacked terrorist targets in
Lebanon, including a Hez-
bollah base in Lebanon's
Bekaa valley.
An Israel Defense Force
spokesman said last Friday
that all planes returned safe-
ly to base after accurate hits
on their targets in Sidon,
Mashhara, Aluweza and
Maidoun.
Reports from Beirut said
that units of the Syrian army
had been put on maximum
alert.
U.N. officers said several
score of terrorists were based
in the target areas and were
seen fleeing in all directions.
After the attacking aircraft
had disappeared, the terror-
ists returned and fired anti-
aircraft missiles into the emp-
ty skies.
Reports from Beirut said
the Israeli planes and
helicopters had carried out
seven sorties over the targets
in a one-hour period.
Hezbollah sources admitted
that they had suffered 24
casualties out of a reported 36
casualties in the raids.
The Iranian-backed Hezbol-
lah movement claimed credit
for the car-bomb attack, and
warned Israel that any retal-
iatory operation would en-
danger Israeli prisoners and
other hostages they hold.
The United States also
reportedly asked Israel not to
retaliate against the Hez-
bollah, out of concern for the
American hostages.

ORT School
In Chicago

New York (JTA) — Women's
American ORT plans to build
its third ORT school in the
United States, a technological
institute in Chicago that will
integrate courses in computer
and manufacturing
technology, Jewish studies
and life skills to help improve
e _ mployment prospects.
The school will join the
11-year-old Bramson ORT in
New York City and the Los
Angeles ORT rilchnical In-
stitute.

Saturday Evening, December 10, 1988 8:00 p.m.

by
Groves High School
20500 W. 13 Mile Road
(At Corner of Evergreen)
Birmingham, MI

Tickets
$12 with reservations
$15 at the door
$8 for children 6-12 years old
with reservations
$10 at the door

children under six not admitted

Patrons:
$180 Four Tickets — Reserved Seating
Sponsors:
$100 Two Tickets — Reserved Seating
Donors:
$50 Two Tickets — Reserved Seating

For reservations or further information please call
Machon L'Torah at 313-967-0888 or 967-0887

The Officers and Directors of

Congregation B'Nai Moshe

warmly invite you to attend the

Installation Dinner for

Rabbi Allan S. Meyerowitz

Thursday, November 10th, 1988

Rosman Hall
Couvert: $25.00 per person
Cocktails 6 p.m.

Installation Ceremony
Rabbi Irwin Groner

Sylvia P. Ross

Robert P. Roth

Dinner Chairman

President

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