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October 06, 1989 - Image 128

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-06

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NEWS

358.4085

Introducing A Truly Unique
Diamond Necklace
That's Very Becoming.

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A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends,
Customers and Families.
Sol & Sonia Weisfeld

The Miner's Den introduces a truly unique and beautiful dia
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ways because you can actually change it into a number of
different styles. Of course, there is one thing that can't be
changed: It's only available at The Miner's Den.

STRICTLY KOSHER MEATS

• Bloom so Bloom •

The Miner's Den

32716 Franklin Rd., Franklin Village • 851,2340

• Registered Electrologists •

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Come and let us remove your unwanted hair problem and improve your appearance.

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — An
Israeli soldier of fortune
wanted by the Colombian
authorities is not likely to be
handed over by Israel.
But his future movements
around the world may be
greatly curtailed if Colombia
obtains an international ar-
rest warrant for Yair Klein,
an Israel Defense Force re-
serve lieutenant colonel.
At the moment, Klein, who
is president of Hod Hahanit,
a firm that specializes in ex-
porting military equipment
and know- how, is under in-
vestigation by the Israeli
police.
The police are trying to de-
termine whether he and his
associates — all IDF reser-
vists — did business in Col-
ombia without obtaining the
requisite licenses from the
Defense Ministry.

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JABOTINSKY IIERUT ORGANIZATION

Presents a program in memory of

JABOTINSKY

A great Jewish Leader

At the Jewish Community Center in Oak Park
Saturday, October 7 at 8:00 p.m.
GUEST SPEAKER: GARY TORGOW, ATTORNEY
Cantor Barry Ulrych will chant memorial prayers.
Israeli movies will be shown. Donation $4.00 per person.

SIMON CIECK 548.3073

SAM HORNUNG 557.1847

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THE JEWISH NEWS

Tel Aviv (JTA) — In the
face of mounting complaints
from civil rights groups in
Israel and abroad about the
rising number of casualties
among Palestinian children
in the West Bank and Gaza
Strip, the Israel Defense
Force is revising army
regulations and instituting
new procedures.
The defense establishment
also has adjusted its use of
administrative detention,
following appeals on the sub-
ject to the High Court of
Justice.
The IDF's judge advocate
general, Brig. Gen. Amnon
Strashnov, last week or-
dered the military police to
give top priority to the in-
vestigation of cases involv-
ing the deaths of children in
the administered territories.

Cities To Sign
Twinning Pact

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Tel Aviv
and Budapest will become
"twin cities" next month.
Mayor Josef Bialek of
Budapest is scheduled to
come to Tel Aviv in
November at the invitation
of Tel Aviv Mayor Shlomo
Lehat, for a signing
ceremony that will mark the
first twinning of Israeli and
Eastern Bloc cities.
The idea was raised by the
deputy mayor of Tel Aviv,
Yigal Griffel, on a visit to
Hungary two months ago.
That was well before
Hungary re-established full
diplomatic relations with

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