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June 09, 1989 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-09

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Leave it to an Italian to create
a beautiful Swiss watch.

on Voting Practices in the
United Nations," which the
State Department submitted
The next highest supporters
of U.S. positions during the
General Assembly session
last fall were Britain with
83.1 percent and West Ger-
many with 78.8 percent.
Among Washington's Arab
friends, Jordan supported the
United States the most, 11.8
percent of the time. Egypt
supported the United States
8.6 percent of the time; Saudi
Arabia, 8.3 percent; and
Morocco, 7.8 percent.

Bertolucci is the name.
Pulchra is the watch.

One look at the smooth,
rounded links and it's not hard
to imagine how nature in the
form of tiny pebbles inspired
Remo Bertolucci to create this
exceptional watch.
While you're looking, con-
sider that Pulchra comes in all
steel, 18K gold and steel, or 18K
gold; bracelet or strap, with or
without diamonds.
Pulchra by Remo Berto-
lucci, priced from $695.

Senate OKs
Soviet Funds

Washington (JTA) — The
Senate has approved a $75
million appropriation to help
bring an additional 18,500
Soviet refugees to the United
States this fiscal year.
The sum, adopted by the
full Senate last week as part
of a package approved by the
Senate Appropriations Com-
mittee, is identical to a sup-
plemental appropriation ap-
proved May 24 by the House
of Representatives.
The $75 million is expected
to clear the next stage of the
legislative process, a House-
Senate conference committee,
assuming the Senate ap-
proves the 1989 fiscal year
emergency supplemental ap-
propriations bill, which it
may do this week. The House
already has approved the bill.
Most of the $75 million
would go to the Hebrew Im-
migrant Aid Society and the
American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee for
processing, transportation
and initial resettlement of
Soviet Jews.
Jewish groups have been
battling all year to win addi-
tional funds for Soviet
refugees, as well as for an in-
crease in the refugee quota.
The increase in the refugee
quota could come within a
few days, a Justice Depart-
ment official said. The official
said that all of the key
lawmakers have accepted an
administration plan to raise
the quota for the Soviet
Union by 18,500 slots.
The increase would bring
the 1989 fiscal year refugee
quota for the Soviet Union to
43,500. Close to 40,000 of the
slots are expected to be used
by Soviet Jews, which will be
enough to meet the expected
flow through the end of the
fiscal year.


Chronograph stop-watch with day/ date. Day, date and month with moon-phase.


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