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November 29, 1985 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 29, 1985

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See Our Holiday Selection
and Experience Our
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CONGREGATION
B'NAI MOSHE

summit talks with Reagan. It was
witnessed by groups of American
anti-war activists, high ranking
Soviet officials and security
agents and television crews but
only a small number of reporters
since it was an unscheduled
event.
The fact that the Rev. Jackson
pressed the issue with such per-
sistence should help convince the
Soviets that concern for Soviet
Jewry is not limited to Jews but is
shared by a broad based cross-
section of Americans." B'nai
B'rith International's executive
vice president Daniel Thursz said
in a statement. He called Gor-
bachev's response "evasive and
obfuscating."
But B'nai B'rith "deeply ap-
preciates" Jackson's forthright
appeal and commends the Ameri-
can black leader for presenting
the case "so persuasively and ef-
fectively," Thursz said.
Jackson went to Geneva on be-
half of a coalition of groups that
collected more than a million sig-
natures on petitions calling for a
ban on nuclear weapons tests. He
addressed the Soviet leader on
that subject, on the role of non-
aligned nations in verifying
agreements, on the situation in
South Africa and on the plight of
Soviet Jews.

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Sun. 10-5

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Tuesday, December 31
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Sumptuous Buffet Dinner
followed by
Dancing to the ABZ Orchestra

brute m. weirs

One of a Kind Custom Designed Jewelry

(313) 353 -1424

The Cost of
Reservation
The Evening
Deadline,
is $30.00
December 24th
Per Person
For Reservations Contact,
Pearlena Bodzin, Party Chairman,
357 1157 or the Synagoguge Office
at 548-9000

26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield, Michigan e8034
In the Mayfair Shops — Southeast Corner
At Northwestern Hwy.

30% Off our
Holiday Collection*

Sale excludes loose stones, watches Et labor charges.

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BRING YOUR OWN LIQUOR — WINE WILL BE PROVIDED

ij THE GOLD PLACE IS YOUR GIFT PLACE

JUST IN TIME
FOR THE HOLIDAYS .. .

A FABULOUS

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BUY OF THE MONTH

UP TO

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Large Size

ON THE ENTIRE INVENTORY

Lacquer
Photography Albums

SALE ENDS 12-31-85

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The world's most beautiful pic-
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Manufacturer's
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designs, three uniquely deco-
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Gold Place $ 1500
sale price

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