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May 05, 1989 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-05

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Kast will give you more
than just cool air.

We'll give you $400 cool cash.

If you invest in a LENNOX HS19 central air
conditioner and a LENNOX Pulse furnace

now, Kast will give you a $400 rebate
directly from Lennox.

DSO OVERTURE

Music and munchies were
on tap for guests of the
Detroit Symphony
Orchestra's Overtures
division of young adults
"twentysometing and
thirtysomething." Following
the DSO concert at Ford
Auditorium, a dessert
afterglow was hosted in the
St. Clair Room of the
Renaissance Club by
Overtures organizers Erica
Peresman and husband
David Jaffe. Spotted in the
crowd were Harry Pevos,
Bob Kleiman and Bob
Hykan.

CINDERELLA BALL

The Cinderella Ball May 12
at the Westin Hotel
promises to be a special
event sponsored by the
Women's Committee of the
American Lung
Association. The honorees
are Ronna Romney, Keith
Crain and Helen
Peterson. Some members
of the honorary
committee include:
Glenda and Jerry
Greenwald, Doreen and
David Hermelin, Linda
and Barry Solomon and

Myrna and Spencer
Patrich. The ball chairman
is Mira Linder Victor, who
is very excited about the
event and promises special
appearances by national
political figures and
celebrities. Anyone
planning to attend
should come as the
invitation reads — black tie
and beautiful.

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The HS 19 is one of the most efficient air
conditioners on the market with one of the
highest seasonal energy efficiency ratios you
can have (SEER up to 12).

The Pulse furnace is also one of the most
energy efficient products available.

With both units you:

• Can save up to 45% on your utility bills

• Get a ten-year limited warranty on the
compressor (A/C) and lifetime limited
warranty on the heat exchanger (furnace)

• Get a two year warranty on parts and labor
from Kast

SHERI'S SURPRISE

And you get a rebate check for $400.

Sheri Brown planned on
celebrating her 40th
birthday with her husband
Tony at a quiet dinner in
the Townsend Hotel in
Birmingham. The elegant
dinner turned out to be a
surprise slumber party
including 26 friends. One
room in the hotel was
transformed into a fantasy
suite decorated with dolls
and pink satin and lace.
Some of the guests with
sweet dreams included:
Susan and Stuart
Kaufman, Nancy and
Dennis dershenson, Jean
and Howard Dubin, Jan
and Buzz Silverman,
Eleanor and Leonard
Arnovitz and Frances
and Kenny Eisenberg. O

For 52 years Kast has meant quality products, quality
installation, and quality service. That's why we were
named contractor of the year by Contracting
Business Magazine. Call us and see why.

I NEWS I

the PLO's declared state of
Palestine full membership in
the U.N. body.
The United States con-
tributes about 25 percent of
the agency's budget, with its
1990 fiscal year contribution
set at $73.8 million, Tutwiler
said.
On Sunday, the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions issued a statement call-
ing on the Bush administra-
tion to formally notify the
WHO that the United States
would cut off all funds if it
votes to admit the PLO.
In Geneva, meanwhile, the
director general of the WHO,
Hiroshi Nakajima; departed
for Washington, where he is
expected to discuss the sub-
ject with administration and
congressional officials.
Nakajima is said to be con-
cerned that there is no way to
stop the motion.

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Full Status For PLO
Will Cost, Says Baker

Washington (JTA) — The
American Jewish leadership
welcomed Secretary of State
' James Baker's warning Mon-
day that the United States
would withhold funds for any
United Nations body that
gives the Palestine Liberation
Organization full
membership.
In a statement read by
State Department
spokeswoman Margaret Tut-
wiler, Baker said he would
recommend to President
Bush "that the United States
make no further contribution,
voluntary or assessed, to any
international organization
which makes any change in
the PLO's present status as
an observer organization!'
Baker's warning comes one
week before the World Health
Organization is scheduled to
convene for its annual
assembly in Geneva. On the
agenda is a proposal to grant

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