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June 01, 1990 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-01

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411111/NE

ATTENTION: DECK OWNER
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Your Deck Dull
And
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ray?
Decks
in
the become dull and gray as the

The American Jewish
Committee

wood die from
cells
sun, air pollution andm e xposur e to the
acid rain.

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• Sealing • Staining

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cerned about what I had
heard and read about Ford
when I came here," noting
Henry Ford's reputation for
anti-Semitism. But he came
during the reign of Henry
Ford II, who went so far as to
open a truck factory in Israel
despite widespread opposi-
tion.
"I'm happy to say that
never in my 18 years, never
have I run into any of that.
There've been no problems
at all," Sussman said.
And he isn't expecting any
next week, either — just the
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MARYANN MAHAFFEY
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A GALLERY CELEBRATING THE
WORK OF TRADITIONAL AMERICAN
FOLK ART

DR. JOHN PORTER
Superintendent of Detroit Public Schools

Staging Tourney
Is 'Family' Act

Charni Rosenberg Laura is
helping her husband, Mazda
Seniors TPC tournament di-
rector Kevin Laura, with
various administrative
duties regarding staging the
Dearborn event.
She has some qualifica-
tions: she was assistant vice
president, meeting plann-
ing, for Merrill Lynch in
New York before the Lauras
moved to Dearborn last Oc-
tober, when Kevin became
tourney director.
Since then, Charni has
been freelancing as a
meeting planner for her
former employer and has
joined National Council of
Jewish Women, Detroit Sec-
tion.

R.P.

Miller Triumphs
In Franklin Meet

Jared Miller of Bloomfield
Hills sailed through the
Franklin Racquet Club's
Memorial Day Junior Open
tennis tournament,
defeating No. 2 seed Rory
McKinney of Grand Blanc,
6-0, 6-1, for the boys 14 divi-
sion singles championship.
Brad Dubin reached the
boys 14 semifinals before
losing a three-set match to
McKinney.
In boys 16 and 10, Brian
Stewart and Justin Schram
were consolation event
winners, respectively, while
in boys 12, Seth Hellman
was consolation runner-up.
Eric Brown was a boys 10
semifinalist.
In girls 14, Carrie Rose
reached the semifinals.
Girls 10 — Leah Killen,
Detroit, def. Tara Kanter,
Saline, 6-1, 6-0. Girls 12 —
Cara Eisner, Ann Arbor, def.
Adrienne Radakovic, Grosse
Ile, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2. Girls 14 —
Rebekah Serbin, Monroe,
def. Mara Endoy, Troy, 64,
2-6, 64.

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Senior Vice President of Detroit Edison

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Moderator:
DR. BERNARD KLEIN
Professor of Political Science
University of Michigan-Dearborn

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