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April 20, 1990 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-20

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Buy Where The Builders Buy . . . and SAVE!

NEW BUILDING
IDEAS GALORE!

New Products. New Kitchens. New
Displays. New Showroom. CABINETS in
Wood and Laminates, and Custom
Designs. DOORS and MOULDINGS in
Oak and Pine. STAIR PARTS and
RAILINGS. COUNTER TOPS in Marble,
Corian and Laminates. Major APPLI-
ANCES. Visit our new showroom daily
7-5, Thursdays 7-8 and Saturdays 9-3.

joins Jim Godman, David
Davis, Mark Williams and
Earl Anthony as the tourney
field's only two-time
winners. Wiseman, who won
his first tourney earlier this
year in his hometown of
Baltimore, Md., is making
his first appearance in the
Firestone.
Wiseman, with $39,825 in
winnings this season, ranks
13th on the money-winners'
list, one spot ahead of
Holman's $39,300. The
Firestone has a $50,000 first
prize.

FREE ESTIMATES!

ASA Builders
Supply Co. &
Cabinet Corp.

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37 Years in Business

Correction

The Detroit Maccabi Club
is asking female table tennis
players ages 13-16 to try out
for the remaining berths on
the squad for the Jewish
Community Center's North
American Maccabi Youth
Games in Detroit Aug. 19-26.
An item last week incorrect-
ly called for hardcourt tennis
players.

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Everyone is invited to the Jewish Community Center

Swiss Seder Is
Unconventional

Geneva (JTA) — Morris
Abram's ecumenical seder is
the talk of the town.
The U.S. ambassador to
the United Nations in
Geneva held it at his home
here last week. And while it
was traditional in every
aspect, most of the guests
were non-Jews.
The American envoy in-
vited 16 Catholics, Protes-
tants and Moslems.
Each guest read a chapter
and sang a verse from an
English Haggadah prepared
by Abram's daughter.
Since no children were
present, Abram stole the
afikomen.

Sunday, April 22

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Maple/Drake Building

Tour our facilities

Visit with friends

Rain or Shine
Refreshments
Entertainment

Play camp games

Register for camp

See Arnie the Clown

Israeli Boat Kills
Arabs In Dinghy

Tel Aviv (JTA) — An
Israeli navy gunboat killed
three armed Palestinians
and wounded a fourth April
12 in a clash off the southern
Lebanese port city of Tyre.
A military spokesman said
a Dabour-class gunboat on
routine patrol intercepted a
dinghy, which failed to re-
spond to warning shots and
orders to stop.
The dinghy, which ap-
peared to be ferrying ter-
rorist infiltrators to Israel,
was fired on.
The Israeli gunboat came
under fire from the Lebanese
beach for about three hours
while searching for sur-
vivors and wreckage.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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