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July 11, 1986 - Image 39

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-11

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JULIE HAS MOVED

M & M DRUGS
96 _ & IMPORTS

8 1976 N. of 10 Mile

25214 Greenfield

to
THE RAZOR'S EDGE

Empire of America Bldg.

24700 Northwestern Hwy.
at Ten Mile

lead time, organizations and
funds necessary nowadays to get
presidential campaigns off the
ground.
The candidates can be ex-
pected to compete for support
among Israel's friends in the
United States, especially the
Jewish community. This has
become a regular feature of
presidential campaigns.
Reagan and Mondale, both
strong supporters in the guts
and their minds, voiced their
everlasting love for Israel in
1984. The same will happen this
time, irrespective of the
candidates.
In fact, the intensity of the
pro-Israel pitch will probably be
strengthened because this will
be the first time in more than a
decade when the United States
will not be worried about Arab
oil clout. The worldwide glut has
weakened Arab influence in
Washington — to the benefit of
Israel.
Israel's position in both the
Executive and Legislative bran-
ches of the U.S. government is
very solid right now, despite the
embarrassment of the Jonathan
Jay Pollard spy scandal. In Con-
gress, moreovero there has been
some serious "Arab-bashing"
lately, particularly during
Reagan's personal push to win
approval for the sale of missiles
to Saudi Arabia.
Further strengthening Israel
right now is a continued pre-
occupation in the United States
with international terrorism,
much of it coming from Arabs.
Terrorism can be expected to
emerge as a major issue in 1988,
especially if there are some ad-
ditional incidents involving
Americans. Again, this will
automatically benefit Israel,
seen by Americans as facing the
same basic threat.
The pro-Israeli-political com-
munity in the United States,
spearheaded by the Jews but in-
cluding many non-Jews as well,
will attempt to nail down the
candidates' Middle East posi-
tions as firmly and quickly as
possible. The promise of cam-
paign rhetoric is not always
fulfilled after the election, but
public statements are still very
hard for American politicians to
totally ignore.
The same, of course, holds true
in the House and Senate races.
The competition there will be
fierce, meaning that scores of
candidates — both incumbents
and challengers — will also find
their way to Israel in the coming
months. And that's exactly
what Israeli diplomats want to
see. They have come to recognize
that a personal visit to Israel by
Americans is probably the
single best tool they have to win
friends and to influence people.
July will be a busy and impor-
tant month in Israel.

Hours: Sun. -Fri. 1 0-7

SALE ENDS
m J e
U r L Y i e lsr a
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With This Ad

AND

Community Network for
Jewish Singles

AT

FINE ITALIAN CRAFTSMANSHIP
CAN BE YOURS AT A FRACTION OF
JEWELRY STORE PRICES

I

The J.C.C. Health Clubs

THE LUSTER OF
FINE STERLING JEWELRY

WHOLESALE PRICES

I

356-4220

m

OFF MANICURE
X 2.00 OFF PEDICURE 1

7th Annual Bar-B-Q

FOOD/FUN/FESTIVITIES

J.

Join your friends for
another great evening.
Dance the night away .. .



COME IN AND SEE OUR SELECTION OF
CHAINS-EARRINGS-BRACELETS-RINGS
FROM 3" to 50" rigiork

Wednesday, July 16, 1986
6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

J' SALE ENDS JUNE 28, 1 P.M. VW

Ernest F. Lush, Inc.

Jewish Community Center
661-1000 (Ext. 301)

28801 Southfield Rd., just S. of 12 Mile, Lathrup Village

559-2150

$8.00 individual/$15.00 per couple

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JULY'S HOT SAVINGS SALE!

July 11-13

July 12-13
Wed., July 16
2:00 p.m.

Thurs., July 17
12:00 noon

July 24-Aug. 3

Tel

3 days of great sidewalk sales throughout the mall!

Other July Events Include:
Lily Show
Looking Great After Forty Summer Fashion Seminar
Cleo Hoogerhyde, the Tel-Twelve fashion co-ordinator, will share
her ideas on keeping young and looking great after 40.
Afternoon tea included for $2.50 per person, payable in advance
at the Mall Office.
Making the Most Summer Fashion Seminar
Casual Corner demonstrates how to get the most from you
fashion dollar Saladluncheon included for $5.00 per person,
payable in advance at the Mall Office.
Antique Show
Michigan's largest antique show, featurina thousands-of-u-nique— -
items and services.

Mall

12 Mile and Telegraph Rds., Southfield
Mall Office 353-4111
Open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. daily, Sunday Noon-5 p.m.
Featuring Crowley's, Montgomery Ward, K-Mart, and 60 other stores and restaurants.

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