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March 27, 1992 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-27

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SPORTS I

An Uplifting Experience ..

Bowling Results

JEWISH WAR VETERANS
S. Karmia 256, Sheldon Rakotz 245,
Jeffrey Burg 237/608, Michael
Gersten 223, Michael Rosenfeld 220,
Steven Hoberman 217-214, Edward
Burg 202, Allen Klegon 201, Mark
Goodman 200.

B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN
Galilee Monday
Lorraine Friedman /586, Sylvia Isley
207/511, Gert Feldman /519.

Galilee Tuesday
Hallie Serling /532, Beryl Perlman
/509, Dena Wein /516.

Galilee Thursday
Susan Richards 203/568, Sandy
Oleinick 202/551, Mildred Kornheiser
202/530.

Detroit-Morgenthau
Molly Sloan /508.

Zeiger
Ann Siegel /509, Ruth Desmaris
/500.

Fashions from Clothes Encounters modeled by Suzy Ran and Donna Kuhn.

Suzy Ran's SI VV

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Science
cience

of

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ENCOUNTERS

G

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--CLOTHES

• Affordable Clothing
• Acceptably Different

"The Lifestyle Approach to Weight Control"

471-5620

471-9199

33306 Grand River Ave.

23292 Farmington Rd.

DOWNTOWN FARMINGTON

April 12 1992 210 RM.

TEEATICNS etc

Grand Opening Special

...

Entire Suit tailored
$25.00

(men's or women's)
Sfd. loc. only - w/this ad expires 5-1-92

Franklin

MN

29260 Franklin Rd. Suite 122
The Claymoor
Southfield
357-5550

Hours:

10-6 Mon-Fri
10-4 Sat

ANY 15%
SIGN OFF

$100 Maximum Discount

With Coupon Expires 4.30-92

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Magnetic Signs
Real Estate Signs
Parking Lot Signs
Point of Sale Signs
Job Site Signs

Banners for all occasions
Letters for do-it-yourselfers
Car and Truck Lettering
Windows & Door Lettering
Directional Signs

AMERICAN

SIGN SHOPS

29179 Northwestern Hwy at 12 Mile Rd.
Next to Blockbuster Video in Franklin Plaza

(313) 355-3320

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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1992

AARON LANSKY

- Dynamic Young
Yiddish Activist
- Founder-National
Yiddish Book Ctr.
- MacArthur Fellow
("GENIUS GRANT")
- Featured in
Smithsonian, Esquire,
Time Magazines

will speak at the 6th Annual

MORRIS and SARAH
FRIEDMAN LECTURE

on Yiddish Language and Culture
United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 W, 12 Mile, Southfield

Cosmo-Bloch
Marcia Gilbert 221/587, Lori Rimar
200/523, Jackie Gibbs /542.

B'NAI B'RITH MEN
Brotherhood/Eddie Jacobson
Lyle Schaefer 225-219-212/656, Mark
Klein 259-220/648, Andy Rubin
234-210-201/645, Mark Klinger
226-210-207/643, Mark Rowe
236-203/638, Barry Fishman

236/620, Allen Zuppke 236/619, Ira
Saperstein 213-203, 615, Milt Fisher
231, Steve Fine 226, Jeff Goldman
226, Larry Silver 225.

Zeiger/Gross
Steve Achtman 224, Buz Wachler
211, Howard Rudin 205, Steve Talbolt
202, Alan Kanter 201, Hank
Houseman 200.

Morgenthau-L'Chayim
Mike Rosenberg 210-210-206/626
Mike Berkowitz 227, Len Rosenblatt
226, Marty Diskin 223, Marty Bor-
doley 220, Bruce Rosenblat 207, Ron
Lustig 203.

Downtown/Fox
Bruce Myers 224, Brian Klayman
202, Sy Zate 201, Marc King 201,
Paul Kales 200.

Renaissance
Cullen Lieberman 210, Mark Sperl-
ing 204, Dave Koloff 201.

Mix & Match
Rob Stefani 184, Lary Kohlenberg
169.

Pisgah
Ivan Fenyvesi 236-201/621, Neil Lef-
ton 220-209/621, Barry Bean
Kales
Aaron
226-201/618,
225-200/618, Larry Sandler
205-202/605, Steve Tunis 247, Bruce
Weberman 222, Rick Kirsch 220,
Barry Roffman 214, Bob Lichtman
214, Len Brozgold 213, Larry
Schechter 213, Iry Tevlo 212.

NEWS I

Israeli Arabs
Arrested For Murders

Jerusalem (JTA) - Four
Israeli Arabs have been ar-
rested for the brutal murder
of three Israel Defense Force
recruits at a training camp
in central Israel during the
night of Feb. 15, Police In-
spector-General Ya'acov
Terner announced.
The suspects, whom he did
not name, were identified as
residents of Umm el-Fahm,
the largest Arab town in
Israel, located in the north-
central sector of the country,
and Musheirifa, an Arab
village in the Wadi Ara re-
gion between Hadera and
Afula.
They have confessed and
reenacted their crime for the
police, Mr. Terner said.
The disclosure shocked
and frightened Israel's Arab
population, which numbers
about 750,000. The vast
majority do not engage in
security offenses, though
many sympathize with the
Palestinians in the ad-
ministered territories.
Mr. Terner stressed that
there was no reason to asso-
ciate law- abiding Israeli
Arab citizens with the
suspects, who apparently
belong to the extremist
Islamic Jihad.
A leader of the Islamic

movement in Israel, Sheik
Abdullah Nimer Darwish,
condemned the murders in
the strongest terms. He said
attacks on soldiers were no
less despicable than on
civilians.
Haim Someh, the police of-
ficer in immediate charge of
the investigation, said the
terrorist cell was organized
locally and had no outside
help.
Israel Radio said two of the
suspects are brothers named
Ibrahim and Mohammed,
who were taken into custody
in Musheirifa on Feb. 26
with their father and a third
brother.
According to police
sources, the arrests were
made after weapons stolen
from the training camp by
the killers were discovered
in their home.
The two M-16 rifles and
one Israeli-made Gillion rifle
were concealed behind a
freshly built concrete wall.
According to police, the
suspects first tried to divert
attention of their ques-
tioners to Arab villagers in
the West Bank. But they
broke down and named their
two accomplices in Umm el-
Fahm, who were promptly
arrested.

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