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October 31, 1986 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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LOCAL NEWS

misses & misses petites
contemporary fashions

Elections

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On Entire Inventory
Of Missy & Petite FALL Fashions

• J.H. Collectibles
• Lloyd Williams
• And Many Others

• Liz Clayborne
• 1.B. Difusion
• Felicity

Mon. 10-8, Thurs. 10-8, Tues., Wed. Fri. & Sat. 10-6

Harvard Row Mall, 11 Mile Rd. at Lahser

BE A WINNER, PLAY

THE CLASSIFIEDS

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Call The Jewish News
Today

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YOU'LL FIND MORE PARTS
IN THE BRACELET OF THIS AWARD-WINNING
THALASSA THAN YOU WILL IN A ROLLS-ROYCE® ENGINE*

You're looking at the bracelet of what is
perhaps-the most beautiful watch in the world:
the award-winning Thalassa. We've taken it
apart to make a point about the excellence of
this superb, water-resistant timepiece.
In the.pell-mell rush to praise technology,
people often lose sight of the thing that makes
watchmaking the art it is: handcrafting.
Jean Lasalle never forgets.
It takes us 656 parts to craft each exquisite
gold and steel Thalassa bracelet. Twelve to a
link. Fifty-six more than in the engine of a
Silver CloudTwhich has a mere 600 major

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moving parts.
Every single one of those parts is slipped
precisely into place by hand. If you've ever
struggled with the tiny parts of a model ship
you know what that entails.
Perhaps we‘ could have built this Thalassa
bracelet with fewer parts. But then, it wouldn't
be as supple, as flexible, or as fitting.
With fewer parts, Thalassa might still have
won the Laurel d'Or in Monte Carlo as Watch of
the Year. And no one would have noticed. But
we'd know. And you'd know. And that makes
all the difference in the world to us.

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Perhaps the most beautiful watch in the world.

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David Wachter & Sons

THE FAMILY OF AWARD-WINNING JEWELRY DESIGNERS.
Downtown Birmingham • 540-4622 Renaissance Center. Detroit • 259 6922

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Certified Gemologists. Members American Gem Society

The names "Rolls-Royce" and "Silver Cloud" are registered trademarks.
'There are 600 major internal moving parts in the engine of the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud.

32 Friday, October 31, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

L..1985, Jean Lasalle, Inc.

candidates are running for
two seats on the state's high-
est court, including two
nominated by the Republi-
cans, two nominated by the
Democrats, a host of inde-
pendents and several Jewish
candidates. Jerry Kaufman
has campaigned chiefly
against former U.S. Sen.
Robert Griffin's race for the
Michigan Supreme Court, cit-
ing Griffin's opposition to the
nomination of Abe Fortas to
the U.S. Supreme Court in
the 1960s and trying to tie
Griffin to right-wing and
anti-Semitic opposition to
Fortas.
Another candidate, Stephen
Korn of Southfield, decided to
run for the Supreme Court
when his nominating peti-
tions for the 46th District
Court race were invalidated.
Bonding and millage pro-
posals in Oak Park and West
Bloomfield will draw voters'
attention. Oak Park voters
will decide a $24 million
bond issue which would fi-
nance city-wide street im-
provements. West Bloomfield
voters will decide three mil-
lage increases: Proposal one
asks for three mills for five
years to finance construction
of a new police headquarters
at the new civic center site
on Walnirt Lake 'Rd. Proposal
two seeks one mill for three
years to improve six gravel
roads in the township. The
third proposal asks for one-
half mill for ten years to fi-
nance the purchase of land
for recreational purposes.
West Bloomfield voters will
also fill a vacancy on their li-
brary board, but Bloomfield
'Township voters are in the
interesting position of filling
a library board vacancy
through write-in votes. A
candidate was appointed to
the vacant position too late to
appear on the ballot.
The local judgeships may
be the most highly contested
races, according to political
observers, because most con-
gressional races in the county
are pitting strong incumbents
in "safe" districts against
lesser-known challengers.
Gary S. Kohut, a Troy Demo-
crat, is challenging 30-year
Rep. William Broomfield (R-
Birmingham) in the 18th
District. Democrat Sander
Levin of Southfield is run-
ning for a third term in the
17th District against Repub-
lican Calvin Williams and
independent Charles Martell,
both of Detroit.
Out-state, Rep. Howard
Wolpe (D-Lansing) has been
battling the religious right in
a repeat of the 1984 cam-
paign. His opponent, Republi-
can Jackie McGregor, has
made a campaign issue of
Wolpe raising funds in the
Jewish community outside
the district and has repeated
1984 requests for Christian
support.
Two Michigan followers of
the radical Lyndon LaRouche
organization were nominated

for state Senate seats. James
Green of. Metamora is run-
ning in the 28th District, and
Bill Goff of Coldwater is a
candidate in the 19th. Of 20
LaRouche followers who ran
in various Michigan races,
Green and Goff are the only
ones who survived the
August primary election.
The district court race in
Southfield, the Oakland
County Circuit Court fight
and the Michigan Supreme
Court race may have the
closest races. In Southfield,
former City Councilman
Stephen Cooper is battling
court magistrate Eugene

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The judgeships
may be the most
hotly-contested
races for the
voters.

Friedman for a six-year term
on the 46th District Court.
Incumbent Susan Moiseev,
appointed to fill the vacancy
created by the death of Judge
Norman Feder, is opposed by
former mayor and judge
James Clarkson for a two-
year term on the court.
Five Oakland County Cir-
cuit Court incumbents are
running unopposed, but 46th
District judge Jessica Cooper
is facing Rochester Hills city
attorney Lawrence Ternan
for a circuit court vacancy.
In the State Senate, in-
cumbent Jack Faxon (D-
Farmington Hills) is facing
Frank M. Brock (R-Lathrup
Village) in the 15th District.
In the 17th, incumbent
Richard Fessler (R-West
Bloomfield) is running
against Martha Blom (D-
Orchard Lake) and Emily
Salvette (independent,
Bloomfield Hills).
In the state House, first-
term incumbent David Hon-
igman (R-West Bloomfield) is
opposed by Marsha Katz
Eisenberg (D-Orchard Lake)
in the 24th District. In the
60th, Marshall Spinner (D-
Northville) is running
against incumbent Willis
Bullard Jr. (R-Milford). Other
races include: 64th, incum-
bent Maxine Berman '(D-
Southfield) vs. Sheila Molnar
(R-Lathrup Village); 65th,
Joan Hill (D-Bloomfield
Hills) vs. incumbent Judith
Miller (R-Birmingham); 67th,
incumbent David Gubow
(D-Huntington Woods) vs.
Lowell Ruppenthal (R-
Ferndale); and 69th, Michael
Breshgold (D-Farmington) vs.
incumbent Wilbur Brotherton
(R-Farmington).
County Commission races
include: 15th District, Albert
Zolton (D-Farmington Hills)
vs. incumbent David Moffitt
(R-Birmingham); 17th, Angus
McPerson (D-Berkley) vs. in-
cumbent John Olson (R-

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