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October 08, 1993 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-08

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Quality High
Efficiency

Heating • +90% AFUE
Cooling w/10 SEER

6TH ANNUAL AWARD DINNER
OF THE

Aid Bill
Clears Hurdle

AMERICAN-ISRAEL

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
OF MICHIGAN

MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1993

Financing Available

6:00 P.M. RECEPTION, 7:00 P.M. DINNER
NOVI HILTON HOTEL

Ask about our PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM
• 24 Hour Emergency Service
• Quality Installation
• 23 Vehicles • Radio Dispatch

KEYNOTE SPEAKER:

ELLIOT HALL, VICE PRESIDENT

WASHINGTON AFFAIRS, FORD MOTOR CO.

ISRAEL GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE:

re-season Furnace Tune•up and Safety inspection'

GIORA MEYUHAS, HEAD OF ISRAEL ECONOMIC

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MISSION TO NORTH AMERICA

LOREN B. FISCHER CULTURAL
ARTS SERIES FOR CHILDREN
AND THEIR FAMILIES

HONOREES:

1993 ISRAEL TRADE

AWARD RECIPIENT:

DORON LAKS,

CEO AND PRESIDENT,

presents

ROBOMATIX INTERNATIONAL, INC.

"THE FIREBIRD"

Doron Laks

A Wild Swan Theater Production of
A Medieval Fairytale Set in Russia

1993 AMERICAN-ISRAEL CHAMBER

OF COMMERCE OF MICHIGAN

VICE PRESIDENT OF MARKETING,

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1993
1:00 P.M. TEMPLE BETH EL

METCO ENGINEERING SERVICES, INC.

14 Mile Road at Telegraph

DIRECTOR OF MINORITY BUSINESS

ADMISSION FREE

AWARD RECIPIENT:

WALLACE C. WILLIAIVIS,

SERVICES, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN -

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS -

BIAD

Wallace C. Williams

DINNER CO-CHAIRS:

Imx7IN L. ELSON • JAMES A. SAFRAN

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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE

CONTACT THE CHAMBER AT

The Beth Achim

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If you are not wearing it
...sell it!

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Juried Boutique Arts and Crafts Show
Sunday, October 17, 1993

11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
21100 West Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

Get a jump on your holiday

You can't enjoy jewelry if it's
sitting in your safe deposit
box. Sell it for immediate cash.
We purchase fine gems.
Diamonds and Gold Jewelry.

shopping or treat yourself to
something uniquely special.

Strollers Welcome
Refreshments available
Admission $1.00
(Children 12 & Under Free)

A Service to Private
Owners, Banks &
Estates — Gem/
Diamond Specialists

Fine Jewelers

AWARDED CERTIFICATE BY G1A
IN GRADING & EVALUATION

Lawrence M. Allan, President

30400 Telegraph Rd. • Suite 134
Bingham Farms 642-5575

Flours: DAILY 10-5:30
THURS. 10-7 • SAT. 10-3

EST. 1919

Bring this ad and receive
50% off Admission

(limit one per person)

For information, call

(313) 352-8670

CERAMICS,
PAINTINGS,
PRINTS,
KIDS CLOTHES
AND TOYS,
CONTEMPORARY
CLAY, JEWELRY,
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AND MUCH MORE

Washington (JTA) — Israel's
annual package of $3 billion
in U.S. aid cleared its final
hurdle on Capitol Hill last
week, as both houses of Con-
gress voted by large margins
to adopt the 1994 foreign aid
appropriations bill.
The votes of 321-108 in the
House of Representatives on
Sept. 29 and 87-11 in the
Senate the following day
came as a relief to the pro-
Israel community.
In the current climate of
economic shortages, sup-
porters of Israel here had
worried that Congress might
not look favorably on a con-
tinuation of hefty aid
packages to countries like
Israel, the largest recipient
of U.S. foreign aid.
The congressional votes
followed a House-Senate
conference committee
meeting on Sept. 27.
Aside from the $3 billion,
the foreign aid legislation
calls for Israel to receive an
additional $80 million to ab-
sorb refugees from Ethiopia
and the republics of the
former Soviet Union.
The bill also calls for Israel
to receive its aid no later
than Oct. 31.
Other provisions state that
the United States would
consider a country's par-
ticipation in the Arab
boycott against Israel before
selling it arms, and that the
United States should urge
Syria to allow its Jewish
community to emigrate free-
ly.
The bill also stipulates
that U.S. funds to interna-
tional organizations should
not support terrorist groups.
But in a sign of changing
times, the bill modifies some
previously existing restric-
tions on U.S. funds to inter-
national groups assisting
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
Since the historic agree-
ment was signed Sept. 13
between Israel and the PLO,
the Clinton administration
has sought to modify some
restrictions on U.S. ties to
the PLO.
The PLO, long considered
a terrorist group, has been
the subject of various con-
gressionally mandated pro-
hibitions over the years.
The new bill calls for one-
year waivers on some of the
financial restrictions, pro-
vided that President Clinton
certifies to Congress that the
PLO is abiding by its agree-
ment to recognize Israel and
renounce violence.

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