Friday, May 24, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
GARY R. MILLER &
"Photography with a personal touch"
• VIDEO TAPING
• FAMILY PORTRAITS • ENGAGEMENTS
on concepts for
ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY
TWO DAY AUCTION
Monday, May 27 - 7 P.M. — Tuesday, May 28 - 7 P.M.
at our galleries
825 Woodward Avenue • Pontiac, Michigan
FURNITURE, PORCELAINS, SILVER, CRYSTAL, JEWELRY, PAINTINGS
AND PRINTS, ETC. From Several Prominent Estates and Collections.
LARGE ORIENTALIA COLLECTION: Satsuma, Imari, Kutani, Antique Chi-
nese Bronze Vases, Largq Satsuma Bowl, Ivories, Netsukes, Large collection
of fine Chinese Peking Cloisonne, Canton Enamel, Famille Rose, Noritake, etc.
FURNITURE: Chairs, curio cabinets, settees, screens, occasional tables,
desks, benches, etc.
ORIENTAL RUGS: Bokharas, Dhurries, Chinese silk, Indo Tabriz, Jaipur,
Chinese, etc. in large and small sizes.
PAINTINGS AND PRINTS; BRONZES AND MARBLE STATUARY
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL PORCELAINS: Wedgwood Dragon
Lustre, Mettlach, Royal Doulton Flambe, Carltonware, Ridgways, Royal
Worcester, French Bisque Figure Group, etc.
SILVER AND CRYSTAL: Stemware, vases, bowls, decanters, trays, tea sets,
candelabra, goblets, pitchers, etc.
MISC. AND COLLECTOR'S ITEMS: Royal Doulton Figures and Toby Mugs,
desk sets, clocks, brass accessories, linens, pewter, art glass, Art Nouveau
style lamps, etc.
EXHIBITION: Wed., Thurs. & Fri., May 22, 23 & 24 — 10 A.M. to 4 P.M.
and Mon., May 27 and Tues., May 28 — 6 P.M. to AUCTION.
CATALOGUES: $2.00 at the door, $4.00 by mail.
INFORMATION: (313) 338-9203
TERMS: Cash, Check, American Express, Visa, Mastercard (10% Buyers
Premium on all lots)
Absentee Bids Accepted If You Are Unable to Attend and Bid in Person
NOW ACCEPTING CONSIGNMENTS FOR FUTURE AUCTIONS
AUCTIONEERS • APPRAISERS • ESTATE SPECIALISTS
825 Woodward Avenue • Pontiac, Michigan 48053 • (313) '338.9203
I mile north of Square Lahr Rd
Sculptor Nathan Rapoport, right, accepts the 1985 American Red
Magen David for Israel (ARMDI) International Humanitarian Award
from ARMDI National Chairman Joseph Handleman. The award was
given at a dinner in New York earlier this month.
Argentine Jews Cite
Little Progress On Hate
Buenos Aires (JTA) — A year-
and-a-half after the democratic
change in regime in Argentina,
the recurrence of anti-Semitism
and the-weakening of Argentine -
Israeli relations have come to be
major concerns of Jewish com-
munal leadership in Buenos
Aires, the World Jewish Congress
(WJC) reported last week.
According to the Latin Ameri-
can branch of the WJC, the
Jewish community remains one of
the most enthusiastic supporters
of the Alfonsin government, but
its enthusiasm has been tempered
by its concern with not only rising
anti-Semitism in the country but
a perceptible shift away from Is-
rael by Argentina in its Middle
These Jewish fears were ex-
pressed during a meeting between
the Minister of Interior, Antonio
Troccoli, and representatives of
the DAIA, the representative
body of -Argentine Jewry and the
WJC affiliate here. Following the
meeting, the President of the
DAIA, David Goldberg, told re-
"There is an anti-Semitic esca-
lation in the country, with a clear
which finds expression in attacks
against synagogues, Jewish
schools and cultural centers,
graffiti in central streets, and
anonymous telephone and writ-
ten threats against leaders and
other members of the commu-
Goldberg noted that during a
reent soccer game a Nazi banner
with a swastika was raised. "All
this does not just happen. It is a
undertaken by anti-democratic
sectors and this is why society as a
whole must forcefully react to
such incidents." He added, "We
know that anti-Semitic organiza-
tions are active in Argentina."
The Jewish community has also
been shaken by the non-
fulfillment of the planned visit of
President Raul Alfonsin to Israel,
the WJC reported.
New York (JTA) — New York
Mayor Ed Koch, defending Is-
rael's right to trade with South
Africa, was heckled repeatedly
last week at York College in
Jamaica, Queens, which has a
predominantly black student
Speaking to some 200 students,
many in the political science sec-
tion, Koch said 46 black nations
have trade with South Africa "far
in excess" of that of Israel. He said
when those nations end their
trade ties with South Africa, "I,
like you, will demand that Israel
do the same."
The crowd applauded Amadeo
D'Adamo, a biology professor,
when he told the Mayor that "in
terms of logic," he would give
Koch a failing mark for his de-
fense of Israel's trade with South
Jerusalem (JTA) — A young Is-
raeli man, reportedly a soldier,
was stabbed and slightly wounded
in the Old City of Jerusalem Sun-
day during festivities marking
the 18th anniversary of the
reunification of the city. His as-
sailants, described as two Arab
youths, escaped in the crowd.