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May 24, 1991 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-24

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HIGHEST
RAM

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OF STONE WASHED DENIM
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Delivery in 45 days. Lifetime warranty
on frame & springs

Minimum Deposit ol $500
12 MONTH CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

Sofa 4049 $999
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Chair -1049 $599
suggested retail s810-s900

Thrum pilings not included.

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(Woodward at Lincoln)
Phone: 647-8882

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1991

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Terrorists Killed
In Air Raid

Tel Aviv (JTA) - An Israeli
air raid on a terrorist base
near Tyre is believed to have
killed several high-ranking
terrorists, according to
sources in southern Leb-
anon.
Eight were described as of-
ficials of the Democratic
Front for the Liberation of
Palestine, a terrorist organ-
ization headed by Nayef
Hawatmeh. Four were
senior officers of the pro-
Syrian Amal militia.
They had assembled for a
joint meeting of the two
groups, the sources said.
The air attack put the
Lebanese regular army on
the alert and interfered with
arrangements for a planned
Lebanon peace parade, ac-
cording to the Lebanese
Defense Ministry in Beirut.
Meanwhile, four members
of a prominent Shi'ite family
were killed in the southern
Lebanon security zone by
land mines apparently in-
tended for the Israeli-backed
South Lebanon Army.
The pro-Iranian funda-
mentalist Hezbollah, or Par-
ty of God, stopped claiming
credit for the blasts after the
victims were identified.
SLA artillery shelled
Shi'ite and Hezbollah
targets in the security zone
following the explosions,
U.N. sources in southern
Lebanon said.

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Setback
In Emigration

Washington (JTA) - The
Soviet legislature appears to
have taken a step backward
in its long effort to adopt an
emigration reform law.
One of the two houses of
the Supreme Soviet, the
Council of the Union, which
approved the law, failed by
two votes to adopt it. The
other chamber, the Council
of Nations, was 12 votes
short when it voted.
The Supreme Soviet is ex-
pected to try again to adopt
the legislation that would
codify emigration reforms,
many of them now in prac-
tice.
Until the law is passed,
President Bush will not ask
Congress to ratify a trade
agreement he signed last
spring with Soviet President
Mikhail Gorbachev.
Soviet hard-liners have
blocked passage of the
emigration bill because of
fears of a "brain drain" and
that the new law would cost
too much to implement.

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