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December 30, 1983 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-30

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12 Friday, December 30, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

GORMAN'S
GOODS

Seek Shutdown of Model UN
Following Exclusion of Israel

GORMAN'S
GOOFS
ARE ALL ON SALE
AT 15 TO 50% OFF.

For a very limited
time, every piece
of furniture at all
four Gorman's
is sale priced at 15
to 50% off*. These
are the "Goods."
And they include
setting after setting
of beautiful furni-
ture from/ the
collections of
Henredon, Preview,
Thayer Coggin,
Weiman and
Swaim.

Heritage
Table.

12 units.

WAS $389
NOW

$149

Loveseat •

Actually, we'd like
to describe some
of these "Goofs,"
but our lawyers
have reminded us
of the numerous
lawsuits pending
in the wake of last
year's ad.

8 units.

WAS $739

NOW

$399

And, from Drexel
& Heritage you'll
save 20% on
collections like Tai
Ming, Grand Villa
and Old Continent.
Plus all the dis-
tinctive occasional
furniture from the
Brittany, Con-
noisseur, Sketch-
book and Dynasty
Collections is
20% off!
In addition to the
"Goods" is the
bizzare collection
of "Goofs." The
furniture in this

category ranges
from the mildly
tasteless to revolt-
ingly grotesque.
Some could add
that touch of dar-
ing and brashness
to your home.
And a few, frankly,
are heinous crimes
against humanity
and should be
shipped to the
region "where no
man has
gone before."

So, for some real
deals and some
real bellyaching
you'll just have
to come on in.

Genuine leather
and walnut.

22 units.

WAS $895 .
NOW

'Except Ligne Roset and Inner Circle.

ALL STORES OPEN MONDAY 10 A.M.-9 P.M.

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Simon Wiesenthal Cen-
ter at Yeshiva University
has demanded the cancella-
tion of the 17th annual
model United Nations pro-
gram to be held at the Uni-
versity of California in
Riverside on Jan. 23 be-
cause of its exclusion of Is-
rael from the roster of na-
tions.
In an extensive listing,
which is part of the program
catalogue, more than 154
nations are included on the
"assigned countries," unas-
signed countries," and
"permanent observers"
lists. Among the latter are
the Palestine Liberation
Organization, the South
West Africa People's Organ-
ization (SWAPO), and
North Korea, which is not a
UN member-state.
Rabbi Marvin Hier, dean;
'Rabbi Abraham Cooper,
associate dean; and Dr.
Gerald Margolis, director of
the Wiesenthal Center,
pointed out that while the
state of Israel is specifically
omitted from all groupings,
various issues specifically
related to the Middle East
situation, including a dis-
cussion entitled "Human
Rights in Israeli Occupied
Territories," are scheduled
to be examined.

SOUTHFIELD

Telegraph at 12 Mile
Phone: 353-9880

TROY

W. Big Beaver at Crooks
Phone: 649-2070

FAIRLANE

260 Town Center Drive
Across from Fairlane Mall
Dearborn, Phone: 336-0340

GRAND RAPIDS

28th & Breton Rd.
Phone: 243-5466

Grandfather
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Cuckoo
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This program involves
more than 100 students
from more than 50 Califor-
nia high schools who will be
representing some 150 na-
tions.
In a conversation with the
New York-based United
Nations Association, which
provides technical expertise
to the model UN programs
across the country, the
Simon Wiesenthal officials
were informed that such an
omission does not reflect the
association's policy or phi-
losophy.
Although it is not yet
known why Israel has been
excluded from the univer-
sity in Riverside program,
the Wiesenthal Center said
it learned from Jewish stu-
dents at the university that
during the last few years
there have been incidents
on campus which reflect
strong anti-Israel and
anti-Semitic sentiment.

HAIFA (JNI) — Daliat al

Carmel, situated on Mount
Carmel near Haifa, has
"adopted" the Israel De-
fense Force (IDF) unit
stationed nearby in an ef-
fort to strengthen friendly
relations between villagers
and IDF soldiers.

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ANIS

r

Right In Mr
Oy!
wn Driveway!

-UP
MAN

\t,

Acting on information
of irate Jewish parents
whose children were
scheduled to take part in
the program, the Wie-
senthal Center officials
wrote to the university
chancellor, Thomas Riv-
era, stating, in part, that
the program would "re-
sult in a point of view in-
imical and antagonistic
to the very existence of
the state of Israel."

Town 'Adopts'
IDF Unit

All stores open Daily 10 to 6; Monday, Thursday & Friday till 9;
Troy and Fairlane open Sunday 12:00 to 5:30.
•• Bedroom furniture available but not on display in Southfield.

The Wiesenthal Center
reached University of
California in Riverside pub-
lic information officer, Ron
Kolb, who apologized on be-
half of the university for the
omission of Israel in the
model UN program.

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