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December 22, 1989 - Image 48

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-22

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SYNAGOGUES

SHERWOOD
CLEARANCE
CENTER

Kira Ttsttrir

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OFF
EVERYTHING!

DAYS
ONLY

SATURDAY
DEC. 23
SUNDAY
DEC. 24

ALL SALES
FINAL

HAGGER TY 'OAD

HOURS
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FARMINGTON HILLS
INDUSTRIAL CENTER

hand from Congregation B'nai Moshe. The Conservative
synagogue in Oak Park is loaning a Torah to the Huntington
Woods Minyan, which requires a second Torah for Chanukah
services. Shown holding the Torah is Ronald Sandler (center), a
member of the board of directors of the Huntington Woods
Minyan; and (left) B'nai Moshe Sexton Shalom Ralph and Rabbi
Allan Meyerowitz.

Adat Shalom Sets
Chanukah Event

Adat Shalom Synagogue
families will participate in
an intergenerational Chanu-
kah celebration with seniors

2 .

Beth El Hosts
Dinner Theater

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Temple Beth El Sisterhood
will present a dinner theater
starring performer/chanteuse
Sheri Nichols, accompanied
by Richard Berent, 6 p.m.
Jan. 14 at the temple.
The "Best of Broadway"
will include music by Rodgers
and Hart, the Gershwins, Ir-
ving Berlin and Stephen
Sondheim.
There is a charge. Call the
temple office, 851-1100, for in-
formation. Reservations are
required by Jan. 8.

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Place

Offering
a Full
20% Discount
At Aft Times

855-2772

Full Service
Yarn Shop

855-2114

Accents in
Needlepoint

Full Service
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626-3042

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1989

at the Fleischman Residence
1:30 p.m. Dec. 24.
Storyteller Corinne Stavish

I NEWS I

New Uruguayan Law
Banishes Discrimination

MORTON M. ROSENTHAL

Special to the Jewish News

545.4300

At Sidney Krandall & Sons, we offer something more
precious than diamonds. It's a bond of trust our family has
established with all our customers...a bond of trust that you
and your family can count on today...and into the future.

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Richard Berent and Sheri Nichols

MADISON PLACE - 589-3032
also ORCHARD PLACE
855-0122

All Under One Roof in the 0 rchard Mall, West Bloomfield

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Ferndale

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will provide Chanukah enter-
tainment for all ages.
Refreshments will be served.
The event has been organiz-
ed by the synagogue's Jewish
Experiences For Families
committee.

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Rochelle Imber's

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A new Orthodox minyan in Huntington Woods is getting a helping

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IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
NOMINAL
CHARGE

MEADOWBROO VROAD

SECTIONALS
DINETTE SETS
SOFAS - TABLES
DINING ROOMS
FINE DESIGNER
FURNITURE AT
OUTSTANDING SAVINGS

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resident Julio Maria
Sanguinetti of Uru-
guay signed into law
an anti-discrimination bill
which will be integrated into
the existing penal coda It pro-
vides for prison sentences
ranging from three months to
two years for defamation, in-
citement to or perpetration of
moral or physical violence
motivated by racial, religious,
or ethnic reasons.
Monetary penalties will be

levied against anyone who
publicly calls for disobeying
the anti-discrimination law.
Hailed by Comite Central
Israelita, the Uruguayan
Jewish representative body,
and by human rights groups,
the landmark legislation pro-
mises to further safeguard
the rights of minority com-
munities and to consolidate
the rebirth of democracy in
Uruguay. It was passed
unanimously by all of the con-
gressmen who were present
in both houses of the
Uruguayan parliament for
the voting session.

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