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November 29, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-11-29

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Friday, November 29, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Iry A s hi n

NEWS

Fine Jewelry & Watch Repair
26001 Coolidge
Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-5
Oak Park
Closed Saturdayr

545-5114

START ON THE ROAD TO HEALTH
TODAY!
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FIRST EXAM, CONSULTATION, AND ADJUSTMENT

FREE WITH THIS AD exp. 12-27-85

(X-RAYS ARE NORMALLY COVERED BY YOUR INSURANCE)

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M, T & W 9:00-8:00

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At Gornbein's we understand the fast paced life you lead. We know that you'd like to
relax on Sunday, yet you need to get your holiday shopping done too. You don't want
to skip Sunday's leisurely pace and run to the mall with everyone else. You hate
being pushed. We appreciate that, so we've put together our...

BRUNCH and BROWSE

Holiday Preview

Coffee, food, and special values.
30% off.

All merchandise

All watches 40% off.

Sunday only.

Sunday, December 1, 1985. 11:00-4:00

Special trunk showing of fine jewelry.

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GORNBEINO

JEWELERS

Open Mon.- Fri. 9-5 & Sat. 10-4:30.

We repair watches on our premises.

Free gift wrapping, of course.

We will turn your ideas into jewelry.

Cash refunds.

GORNBEIN JEWELERS
Fidelity Bank Bldg.
24901 Northwestern Highway
Southfield, MI 48075
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Report Hits
Biased Remark

New York (JTA) — The con-
troversy surrounding the mail-
ings of a speech early this year by
an Education official which re-
fen ed to America as a "Christian
nation," continued this month
with the release of a scathing re-
port on the mailings' subsequent
developments by a House sub-
committee unit.
The report was initiated by Rep.
Patricia Schroeder (D. Col.)
chairperson of the House Civil
Service Subcommittee, after a
private citizen had sent a letter to
an Education Department official
protesting the distribution of, and
ideas expressed, in a speech by
Robert Billings, then an Educa-
tion Department official in Wash-
ington.
The private citizen, Gerald Leib
of Mountain View, California,
had written a postcard to Thomas
Tancredo, the Secretary of Educa-
tion's regional representative in
Denver. In the postcard, Leib, a
lawyer, protested Tancredo's dis-
tribution on Education Depart-
ment stationary of the Billings
speech, sent to 328 Christian
schools.
The Billings speech referred to
the United States as "this Chris-
tian nation" and asked "what has
happened to our Christian system
of values?" The speech precipi-
tated public outrage and the Edu-
cation Department apologized for
its distribution. But Leib wrote to
Tancredo in Denver that "the U.S.
is not now — and never has been
— 'a Christian nation.' " A similar
postcard was sent to Billings who
has since left the Education De-
partment.

Peres Against
Changes In Law

Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. (JTA) —
Israeli Prime Minister Shimon
Peres told 3,000 delegates at the
United Synagogue of America bi-
ennial convention in upstate New
York last week that the Labor

Party would continue to oppose
any attempt to change the Law of

Return.
"I believe that if another test
vote will come in the Knesset, the
majority will reject any changes
in the existing law," Peres told the
Conservative laymen and rabbis
assembled here. He stated that
the Labor Party would continue to
oppose any legislation that might
be offered. "We don't change our
minds every half-year; this re-
mains our policy."
The Prime Minister, addressing
the convention from Jerusalem
live via satellite, pleaded for a ten
to 15-year moratorium on this
problem. "This is an issue that di-
vides us. Let us 'concentrate on
those problems that keep us to-
gether." He 'Offered such common
concerns as Soviet Jews, peace in
the Middle East, enriching the
younger generation with a Jewish
education, and strengthening Is-
rael spiritually, economically and
politically, as areas where Israel
and Diaspora Jewry can work to-
gether.

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