100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

November 09, 1984 - Image 22

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-09

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



22

Friday, November 9, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SUPREME SALE
of SUPREME CUTLERY

After-Inventory Sale
Save ut: 50% Storewide

NEWS

IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING

LaRouche loses
libel suit against
ADL, NBC-TV

Men's • Women's • Children

Shown: LUCERNE Sugg. Retail $30.00

0.0 ;xca

.0t9-
„nk
\NO—

0

0.‘ 501.030 ' E

EVERGREEN PLAZA

12 Mile & Evergreen,
Southfield • 559-3580

-

10 Mile & Orchard Lk.
Farmington • 477-2343

4

sloopor

BEL AIRE CENTER ORCHARD MALL



Maple & Orchard Lk.
W. Bioomfleld • 851-5588

cte
Price

S 1 O N

A:cc;

Largest Selection of Treasured Gittware

0

For The Bride To Be Anywhere In The Area

Bridal Registry — Free Gift For The Bride

FULL LINE OF DINNERWARE, WOODENWARE,

CRYSTAL, LUCITE & ACCESSORIES.

FREE GIFT WRAPPING • REFUNDS

WANTED:

FfAe madded goacA

Do You Have Furniture And
Decorative Accessories To Sell?






24901 Northwestern Hwy. at Evergreen, Fidelity Bank Building, Southfield

WE'LL TURN IT INTO CASH FAST. CALL US FOR DETAILS.

Rt•••••••






LIGHT FIXTURES
• INFANT FURNITURE
LAMPS
• SILVER
BRASS ACCESSORIES • CRYSTAL
CHINA
• AND MORE

WE SELL IT FOR YOU AND TAKE A COMMISSION WHEN THE SALE IS
COMPLETED. CALL US FOR DETAILS.
PICK-UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE
We also conduct In-house estate sales

The Re-Sell-It Shoppe

34769 GRAND RIVER, FARMINGTON

in the Worldwide Center, 141 Mil. W. of Farmington Rd.
MON., TUES., WED. & SAT. 10-6, THURS. & FRI. 10-9

OPEN SUNDAYS 12-4

478-7355

• • • • • 4 -4- •

• • • •

BIG DISCOUNTS

SAVE yourself the cost of advertising!
SAVE yourself the tiresome job of garage sales!
SAVE yourself the danger of admitting strangers into your home!
SAVE yourself the hassle!

• FURNITURE ALL TYPES
II ANTIQUE FURNITURE
• WALL HANGINGS
• ART WORK

352-9190,

Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5

: SEIKO

QUARTZ WATCHES

• 40°/"F

• •

..n
IP

0 SO



Tar: SONY

Sc2re"en

• CROSS A no/

; PENS `r sugg.
ui°°"
list

Shone ANSWERING

MACHINES
• .


FD20A

TVS
VIDEO
RECORDERS

E )
L

8 (&

c.3
c=I
ae
cza

WATCHMAN/

RCA



cc;

TV's $134 98

EUREKA VACS

• • • • 4100

32 crt

:

LNI



COLOGNE

MEN'S — LADIES'

CHLOE — CHANEL
OPIUM — SHALIMAR
HALSTON — NORELL
JOY

L..


tin •
=•

vt 0 •

cg ICE S •

CC:
CUISINART :
FOOD •
PROCESSORS:



• TOAST 'N BROIL
TOAST-R-OVENTu
• TOASTER

• Broils, bakes,
toasts 4 siices.

T26

mowni.

DLC--1 PRO

CONVERTERS:
SCAR
BRAUN'S
LINCOLN TOWERS SUITE 111





968 5858
Mon. tin Sat. 10-4 p.m.

15075 W. Lincoln (10 1/2 Mile)

One Block East of Greenfield

-

FOR •
OVERSEAS •
TRAVEL •


• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 40 40 40 40 40 40 40

et

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
CENTER

Kindershpiel Nursery/Child Care Program

OAK PARK

(10 Mile & Greenfield)

Certified Teachers
Small Classes
A.M. & P.M. Nursery
A program designed to enhance the
development of the "Total" child
in a Jewish environment.
• Extended Hours 7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.






For information call 961-4040 between 9:00 a..m-3:30 p.m.

Jimmy Prentis Morris Building

Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit
15110 W. 10 Mile Road, Oak Park

New York — Lyndon
LaRouche, who ran unsuc-
cessfully Tuesday as an indepen-
dent candidate for President of
the United States, has lost the
libel suit he brought against the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith (ADL) and NBC Television.
A federal district court in Vir-
ginia ruled last week that the
ADL and NBC had not conspired
to defame LaRouche when Irwin
Saul, director of the League's fact
finding department, described the
right-wing politician as an
"anti-Semite" and a "small-time
Hitler" on the NBC-TV program
"First Camera" last March.
In a related development,
LaRouche was linked with mem-
bers of the Reagan Administra-
tion in an article published in The
New Republic magazine last
week.
The article, written by Dennis
King and Ronald Radosh, claims
that LaRouche and his followers
have been given repeated access
to high-level officials on the Na-
tional Security Council and in the
Central Intelligence Agency. In
addition, the article states, the
LaRouche group has, with official
toleration, played a significant
role in promoting the Administra-
tion's "Star Wars" plan for ballis-
tic missile defense.

Kahane pelted
by Peace Now
supporters at rally

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Kach leacher
Rabbi Meir Kahane and his fol-
lowers were pelted with tomatoes
by Peace Now supporters when
Rabbi Kahane tried to address a
public meeting in Beersheba Oct.
28. Police separated the two sides
and detained two Kach members
and one from Peace Now.
Opposition to Rabbi Kahane
and his followers was made more
intense by the Kach leader's
praise for the "brave Jews" who
had fired a rocket at an Arab bus
in Jerusalem, killing one Arab
passenger and wounding 10
others.
In Jerusalem meanwhile, the
Knesset's House Committee and
the Ministry of Justice were mov-
ing on parallel tracks last week
toward swift action that could de-
prive Rabbi Kahane of his Knes-
set immunity and open the way to
prosecute him for racist incite-
ment against Arab citizens of Is-
rael and Arabs on the West Bank
and Gaza.

NIF launches
$1 million drive

New York (JTA) — The New
Israel Fund (NIF) has launched a
$1 million campaign to support a
score of projects and organizations
in Israel that deal with civil liber-
ties, women's rights, Jewish-Arab
relations and other community
services.
The campaign received a boost
from Edith and Henry Everett, of
New York, who have pledged
$300,000 the largest gift ever re-
ceived by the NIF.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan