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December 02, 1988 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-02

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I SPORTS I

It's the
Holiday Season
Who's Got Time
to Shop!!!

Bowling

Continued from preceding page

Downtown

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FASHION JEWELRY & ACCESSORIES

"CAREER WOMEN"

We're Open Saturdays & Thursday Nights
Show us proof that you work in West Bloomfield or Farmington.
We'll give you a free Sterling Charm Ring or an extra 10% Off
any purchase over $25.00

Fee G„,,appn,CECI ORMAN JEWELRY

Mon. & Thurs. till 9 p.m.
Sun. 12-5 p.m.

14 Mile & Farmington Rd.

OtP
(\-'SPCACE

Cash Refunds
on Gifts

855-5580

A FULL SELECTION OF CLOSET
SYSTEMS
WALL
ACCESSORIES

The Closet People

• Vinyl Laminate Units
• Custom Mica Systems
• Closet Maid© Ventilated
for Custom or Do-It-Yourself
• Mirrored Closet Doors
• Kitchen Pull-Outs
and Accessories

RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL
FREE ON-SITE ESTIMATES

335-8000

2007 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP

A MORE SPACE Gift Certificate
A Great Holiday Gift!

15% OFF Any Closet Installation of $125 or more
15% OFF Any Merchandise in store

(Limit one per household)

Exp. 12-31-88. Not valid with other coupons or previous jobs.

NEED PHYSICAL THERAPY?

DO YOU KNOW THAT
YOU HAVE A CHOICE?

If you are referred for physical therapy,
you may receive this service at the
location of your choice.
A private practice physical therapist
can offer you —
• Prompt service — no waiting list
• Individualized programs
• Extended office hours
• Reasonable charges

For more information call

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rarmingt
Suite 101
Farmington Hills, MI
Physical Therapy
48024.3488

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1988

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Fox

High games:
Lee Roth
Don Van Meter
Bernie Toby
Andy Rubin
Dennis Eden

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Brotherhood
Eddie Jacobson
High series:
Jeff Goldman
Steve Weinberg
Gary Klinger
Mark Rosen
Ron Weintraub
Dale Taub
Larry Schon
Pete Nathan

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High games:
Steve Weinberg
Ron Weintraub
Gary Klinger
Jeff Goldman
Mark Klein
Steve Fine
Sandy Mandell
Ben Lusky Traveling
High series (4 games):
Shel Baskin
Phil Horowitz
Cy Rott
High games:
Joe Silver
Alan Barsen
Eddie Cohen
Alex Friedman
Ron Collis

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I NEWS I

Sharon Urges Shamir
To Form Government

Jerusalem (JTA) — Ariel
Sharon, Likud's most out-
spoken hard-liner, has urged
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir to form a new gov-
ernment quickly with the ex-
treme right-wing and ultra-
Orthodox parties. He was
quoted last Sunday in the
Israeli press as saying that
Shamir "can present a gov-
ernment this week."
Sharon seems to be spurred
by speculation that Shamir
may be having second
thoughts about aligning
Likud with the ultra-
Orthodox and the secular
right.
According to Israel Radio,
some Likud members are urg-
ing Shamir to reject the small
parties and to make a deal
with Labor. The purpose
would be to avoid paying the
price demanded by the ultra-
Orthodox factions, which
have exacted from Shamir a
promise to push through the
Knesset the divisive "Who Is
a Jew" amendment to the
Law of Return.
The amendment, introduc-
ed by the religious parties,
would deny automatic Israeli
citizenship to persons con-
verted by non-Orthodox
rabbis.
If Shamir wavers, it would
have much to do with the un-
precedented opposition by
Diaspora Jewry, especially in
the United States, to the
"Who Is a Jew" amendment.
Though the measure would
directly affect relatively small
numbers of potential citizens,
it would be a devastating slap
at Conservative, Reform and
Reconstructionist Judaism,
which represent the vast ma-
jority of affiliated Jews in the
United States and other na-
tions of the Diaspora.

A Likud alliance with
Labor would offer a way out
of the controversy. Although
Labor formally broke off
coalition talks, Shamir's top
lieutenants reportedly are
trying to revive them.
Shamir was quoted saying
he had no option but to align
with the religious extremists.
But Likud sources said the
party's position will emerge
only after a meeting of its
ministers, to be chaired by
Shamir.

Arab Population
Keeps Growing

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The Arab
population in Israel has been
growing at twice the rate of
the Jewish population,
according to the Statistical
Abstract of Israel for 1988
The Moslem birthrate,
though still significantly ex-
ceeding Jewish births, has
declined dramatically in the
last 15 years.
The abstract estimated the
total population of Israel at
the beginning of November
1988 at 4.464 million.
There were 3.650 million
Jews, comprising 81.8 per-
cent; 631,000 Moslems, or
14.1 percent; nearly 150,000
Christians, at 2.3 percent;
and 78,000 Druze, at 1.7
percent.
The Jewish population grew
by only 1.5 percent in 1987,
compared with 3.3 percent for
the Moslem population and
2.8 percent for the Druze. The
Christian population also
grew by 1.5 percent.
The report predicted that
Israel's population would rise
to 5.37 million by the year
2000, and top 6 million by
2010.

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