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July 10, 1992 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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I LOCAL NEWS

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Board Of Rabbis
Elects Officers

Solomon Maimon

Rabbi Maimon
Leads Sephardim

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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1992

Rabbi Solomon Maimon,
leader of the Sephardic com-
munity of Seattle, will con-
duct a Sephardic Shabbaton
weekend July 10-12.
On July 10, Rabbi Maimon
will conduct services 7 p.m. at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Jewish Community Center.
Saturday morning services
will begin at 9 a.m., also at
the JPM. Lunch will follow
the service. There is a charge.
Services on July 12 will be
held at 9 a.m. at Yeshivah
Beth Yehudah, 15751 Lincoln
Dr., Southfield.
For reservations, call
Shirley Behar, 557-8551.

JCC Offers
Bridge, Chess

A new sanctioned bridge
club, JCC Bridge Link, for the
neophyte player, will start at
the Maple-Drake building in
September. This game will of-
fer a lecture on some bridge
highlight by the director,
Willie Winokur, prior to the
start of each event. This is a
duplicate novice game that
will meet 11 a.m. Monday
mornings and is accredited by
the American Contract
Bridge League. There is a fee.
The JCC Chess Club is
ongoing in the library of the
Maple-Drake building.
Sylvester Robes will oversee
the activities. There is a fee.
For information, call
Shirley Siegal, 661-1000.

Machon Plans
Summer Lecture

Machon L'Torah will hold
an educational evening 7:30
p.m. July 20 at the Learning
Center.
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz
wil lead a discussion on "En-
joying Both Worlds"; uniting
the quest for spiritual fulfill-
ment with legitimate physi-
cal needs, desires and drives.
Refreshments will be serv-

The Michigan Board of Rab-
bis has announced the elec-
tion of new officers for the
1992-93 program year.
Rabbi Efry Spectre of Adat
Shalom Synagogue has been
elected the board's president.
Vice president is Rabbi
Harold Loss of Temple Israel,
and serving as secretary/
treasurer is Rabbi A. Irving
Schnipper of Congregation
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses.

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New Site
For Embassy

Buenos Aires (JTA) — Yit-
zhak Shefi, Israel's ambas-
sador to Argentina, has con-
firmed that the embassy will
not be rebuilt on the site it
occupied before it was blown
up by a terrorist bomb on
March 17.
The embassy is temporari-
ly housed on the ninth floor
of a skyscraper in the heart
of the city. Some building oc-
cupiers and former
neighbors had publicly pro-
tested any intention to
rebuild in the same place be-
cause of fear for their safety.
Thirty people were killed
and some 250 injured when
the powerful bomb rocked
the embassy.
After the bombing, Argen-
tine President Carlos
Menem said it was not clear
whether the bomb had ex-
ploded inside or outside the
embassy building. Construc-
tion had been ongoing at the
site, and the president had
noted that explosives could
have been brought in with
construction material.
The Interior Ministry had
said the blast was probably
caused by a car bomb.
The Argentine govern-
ment's official report,
published May 7, was unable
to identify the perpetrators
but said 12 pounds of plastic
explosives, made from a ma-
terial not available in
Argentina, were concealed
in a pickup truck outside the
embassy, set off either by a
simple fuse or electronic tim-
ing device.
At the time of the explo-
sion, security cameras in the
embassy picked up the
image of a man quickly
walking away from the em-
bassy building.

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