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February 03, 1989 - Image 94

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-02-03

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ITZCHK TARKAY

Sal e of
The *WW1 M

MARGUERITE'S

Fall and Winter
Clearance Sale

50%-70% OFF

30% OFF

Sprign :Zals

One Week Only
Thurs., Feb. 2 - Sot., Feb. 11th

oil previous soles and layaways excluded

"ORIGINALE"
553-3388

AT

February 4-18, 1989

Insider To Get
Mossad Post

• Drawings
• Oil on Canvas
• Silk-Screen
Israel's most prominent
contemporary impressionist

at the

JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER

6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield

"PRIMA DONNA"
355-0139
29555 Northwestern Hwy
Southfield, Mich

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30
Thurs. till 7

filira /L
MAIL

One Man Show

Do Something Different on Saturday Night

COME TO CAFE SHALOM

AKIVA
NURSERY SCHOOL

February 4 • 8:00 p.m.



invites parents of
prospective students
for the 1989-90
school year to our

Adults only $6.00
REFRESHMENTS



Storytelling Concert by
Master Storyteller
SYD LIEBERMAN

OPEN HOUSE

CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM

at the school

27700 Southfield Rd., Lathrup Village

THANK YOU

For more information

TO ALL OUR DEAR RELATIVES

Tuesday, February 14, 1989, 7:30 p.m.

Rabbi Zev Shimansky, Headmaster

552-9690

Cad,/,/a,

✓ izo

YOU NO LONGER HAVE TO
GO TO ANY OTHER
CADILLAC DEALER FOR
THE BEST DEAL

SEE ME!!

AUDETTE CADILLAC,

94

7100 ORCHARD RD.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1989

AND

TREASURED FRIENDS

*Meet our staff, visit our facilities, and hear about our
preschool programs.

,yfizatt&

14601 West Lincoln • Oak Park
For Reservations Call 547-7970

FOR YOUR KIND SUPPORT OVERWHELMING
GOOD WISHES AND PRAYERS DURING
BEN'S RECENT HOSPITALIZATION. WE JUST
CAN'T THANK YOU ENOUGH!

BEN and BLANCHE BRANT

BRENT R. SOLOMON, C.P.A.

Masters in Taxation

DAVID BURKE

SALES & LEASING

851-7200

29777 Telegraph
Suite 2500

Southfield, MI 48034

358-3130

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir is
expected to appoint a high-
ranking official of Mossad to
head Israel's top-secret intel-
ligence agency, according to
well-informed sources quoted
by Israeli newspapers this
week.
The insider selected by
Shamir is one of two candi-
dates to replace the outgoing
head of Mossad, who is retir-
ing after six years.
The other is a senior Israel
Defense Force officer said to
be favored by Vice Premier
Shimon Peres, the Labor
Party leader who also serves
as finance minister in the
government.
The head of Mossad reports
directly to the prime minister
and his nomination is the
prime minister's prerogative.
But under the Likud-Labor
coalition agreement, Peres
has to agree to the choice.
The identity of the Mossad
chief is a national secret, pro-
tected by law.
The High Court of Justice
ruled recently, however, that
the news media may criticize
him as long as it does not
violate the identification ban.
The issue arose when the
weekly Ha'ir appealed the
censor's refusal to pass an
article questioning the com-
petence of the incumbent
Mossad chief.

Galileean Cow
Makes Deposit

(JTA) — The Bank
Hapoalim got an unexpected
deposit Tuesday from Moshav
Shadmot Dvora in Upper
Galilee, whose assets the
bank attached to cover un-
paid debts.
The moshavniks led a cow
into the branch in nearby.
Kfar Tabor and told the sur-
prised manager and tellers to
look after it as it now belongs
to the bank.
The animal promptly re-
lieved itself on the floor.
The manager called the
police but 20 officers were
unable to budge the beast.
The cow finally was led away
by farmers.
Moshav member Uri Kela
said they wanted to let the
bank know that if it attempts
to liquidate Shadmot Dvora,
which owes about 4 million
shekels ($2.2 million), it will
have to milk its cows and
clean up after them. Bank
Hapoalim said it filed for li-
quidation to force the farmers
to agree to restructure their
debt.

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