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 23, 1984 - Image 11

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 23, 1984

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

559-1042

-ANSZEL

Right-winger's
appearance at Calif.
convention scored

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
Simon Weisenthal Center, joined
by the American Jewish Commit-
tee and the Friends of California
Libraries, has mounted a vigorous
protest against the decision by the
California Library Association to
provide a forum at its upcoming
convention here for right-wing
publisher David McCalden, who
claims the Holocaust was a hoax.
McCalden, long associated with
anti-Semitic and white suprema-
cist groups, is one-of four members
of so-called "Truth Missions" who
will have display booths and will
be allowed a one-hour appearance
at the convention which is ex-
pected to be attended by 3,000
delegates.
McCalden is also a long- time
associate of the California-based
Institute for Historical Review,
another Holocuast revisionist
organization. Under the alias
Lewis Brandon, McCalden, in
1979, offered to pay $50,000 to
anyone who could prove that a
single Jew died in a Nazi gas
chamber. Clearly a publicity -
stunt, when proof flooded in,
McCalden reneged on his offer.
Neil Sandberg, western
regional director of the AJCom-
mittee, called the Library Asso-
ciation's decision "disgraceful,
shameful, an action which could
be read as anti-Semitic."
The Library Association is
being backed however, by the
American Civil Liberties Union
(ACLU) which takes the position
that McCalden has a right to
speak as a matter of "intellectual
freedom."

29301 Southfield Rd.

Located in the Farrell's
Shopping Plaza

Many more happy &
healthy ones

Love,
Henry, Manya, Louis,
Rosa, Jack and Sara

DESIGNER SHOE OUTLET

For Men & women

BRAND NAME
SHOES & BOOTS

AT DISCOUNT PRICES!

SAVE UP TO =75%!

HUNTERS SQUARE Next to Loehmann's
851-4190
Orchard Lk & 14, Farm. Hills
557-0062
SOUTHFIELD PLAZA

WE CARRY

Clairol
Wella
La'Maur
TCB
Carefree
Mastey
L'Oreal
Revlon
Mona
Treons
New Onyx
and Many,
Many. More!

'MIR

j

16 OZ.
UNICURE

Shampoo &
Conditioner

I 00 8 9 c

CLAIROL
FINAL NET

HAIRSPRAY

.1
I
VENT
I BLOW DRY I
I
I
BRUSH
I
I
sugg. retail $2.00

I

I

It"' 5 9 c

HAIRSPRAY

14.79 oz.

- el' $1 4 9

FORMULA 10
NAIL
CURLING 1
I DEVELOPER
IRON

professional

1

1 /2 oz. size

1 gallon size

$11 9 5

DeMert all-set

0

$ 2 5 9

(REG. $9.95)

Ili

$269

Israeli journalist
visits North Yemen

Jerusalem (JTA) — A report by
Israeli journalist Dr. Amnon
Kapelyuk on his recent visit to the
Jewish community in North
Yemen appeared in Yediot Aronot
earlier this month. Kapelyuk is
the first Israeli who has openly
visited Yemen since 1948.
Of the 50,000 Jews who lived in
Yemen until 1949, only 1,100 re-
main. According to Kapelyuk,
they live in respect making their
living in a variety of professions,
such as goldsmith work, leather
works, construction, carpentry,
and business.
The Jews are considered "pro-
tected citizens." Each pays the
equivalent of $20 a year head tax
in return for protection from a
local tribe or the local governor.
The only limitations on the
Jews are a ban on carrying a dag-
ger, which is customary among
Yemenite men, and a ban on pur-
chasing farm land. However, they
may carry rifles and pistols, as
some actually do, and they are
allowed to engage in non-farm
real estate transactions.

Rabbis aid poor .

Philadelphia (JTA) — Contri-
butions from a fund administered
by the Board of Rabbis of Greater
Philadelphia are now subsidizing
the purchase of food for the city's
underprivileged.

The splendor of the holiday season, captured by Ceresnie & Offen.
Experience innovative styling, unsurpassed quality and of course,
the personal attention you've come to appreciate.
Now through December 24th, you'll save 25-40% on our extraordina
collection of the world's finest furs for men and women.

11

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan