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January 02, 1987 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-02

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TRUSTEE ORDERED

PUBLIC AUCTION
TOTAL LIQUIDATION DEMANDED
INTERNATIONAL GUT HOUSE

LETTERS

DIRECT IMPORTERS

$2,000,000 INVENTORY MUST SELL
NO RESERVES .-EVERVIMING SELLS

Continued from preceding page

FORCED INTO BANKRUPTCY IF IMMEDIATE PAYMENTS NOT REMITTED TO BANK

Handmade Oriental rugs — wool, silk and wool, silk 2' x 3' to Palace size. Isfahan, Bokhara,
Nain, Kashan, Tabriz, Garden Scenes, Hunt Scenes, Prayer Rugs, Dhurry, Runners. Fine
Egyptian collection. Highlights from the Jewelry Inventory: 14K dia/coin necklace • 14K gents
1.5ct dia ring • 18K dia/ruby/emer cocktail ring (T.W. 11ct.) • 14K dia necklace • 14K dia/ruby
ring • 14K dia/saph ring • 14K dia/saph gents ring • 14K pearl/onyx earrings • 18K dia/saph
ring (T.W. 5ct.) • pearls • 18K dia ring • 18K dia/saph ring • 14K dia necklace/earring set • 14K
heavy dia necklace • 14K dia/ruby necklace • 14K nugget ring • cameos • silver bracelets • silver
earrings • 14K dia/pearl pendant • Hand-made, high-fashion garments

ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
MANY MORE LOTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION

Inventory Consigned to

IIAGOPIAN & SONS due

to their excellent reputation in the Detroit area.
Sale Conducted At the TROY HILTON HOTEL

Maple and Stephenson Hwy

By Blechman's E.A.C.
SAT. JAN. 3 2 ik 8 P.M. SUN. JAN. 4 2 tt 8 P.M.

(PREVIEWS BEGIN ONE HOUR BEFORE EACH SESSION)

TERMS: CASH, CHECK, MAJOR CREDIT CARDS

HERALD
WHOLESALE

program.

Each teacher in turn
ued the materials I prepared
. . . I also asked the teachers to
have the students write out
questions after they viewed the
program while it was fresh in
their minds.
When I arrived, there were
over thirty sheets full of ques-
tions . . . The school felt that
this program was so important
that they videotaped it so that
it would be available to those
who were not able to partici-
pate as well as for future use

If the intent of the Holocaust
Center is to have it as a place to
bring people in and tell them of
horrors, then it will be ex-
tremely limited in its scope.
But, if the intent is also to
make it an outreach program,
people will have to be trained
to go out to educational institu-
tions and carry the message.
Today there is still time to
learn first hand from sur-
vivors, but a time will come in
the future when this will no
longer be possible. While we all
have differences in achieving
objectives, we must give seri-
ous consideration as to
whether those differences are
helping or harming in attain-
ing our objectives. If we fail,
then the winners will be those
who are touting that the
Holocaust is a "hoax" and a
myth that never really hap-
pened .. .

David Bergman
Southfield

Seeking Amity
In Mideast Conflict

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Door Closers • Schlage • K.W.C.
• Moen • Paul Associates •
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• Valli & Columbo • Baldwin
Bath • Delta • Aqua Glass •
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Broadway Collection •

5

OF

10,000

Refreshingly Different Items

AT

HERALD WHOLESALE

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just north of 8 Mile Rd.

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• F.1.R • Monarch • Stanley •
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3 SAT

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Friday, January 2, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

We welcome "Purely Com-
mentary" of Dec. 12, in which
you stated: "The Psalmist as-
serted such a call for amity:
`Seek peace, and pursue it'.
This must be the guideline."
What Israel needs, above all
else, is to achieve peace with its
neighbors, especially the
Palestinians. Dialogue, even
with one's enemies, is essential
if the barriers that separate
our long-suffering peoples are
ever to be overcome, so that Is-
rael can finally live in peace.
And, as you noted "Even when
a mere handful of Arabs and
Israelis find a common ground
to consider their needs, for the
briefest period, they thereby
provide the hope that large-
scale peace approaches may
reach fulfillment."
However, a recent law
passed by the Knesset seri-
ously endangers the principle
of dialogue and the very possi-
bility of breaking down the
barriers that separate Israelis
and Palestinians. It makes it a
crime for any Israeli to have
contact with any Palestinian,
whowever he or she may be,
who regards himself or herself
as being associated with the
PLO. Given that most Palesti-
nians view themselves as such,
this law would result in cutting
off dialogue between Israelis
and their neighbors, even for
the purpose of reaching toward

understanding and peace.
You have stated "The hands
of all who aim for (peace) must
be upheld and retained in
firmness." For this to occur, we
join with the many Israelis
who believe that it is impera-
tive that the Knesset repeal
this dangerous and counter-
productive law, which acts di-
rectly contrary to the liberty of
Israelis and makes criminals of
those who have the courage to
"Seek peace, and pursue it."

Ken Knoppow
New Jewish Agenda for
Metro-Detroit

1973 Bonds
Get A Bonus

Holders of Israel Bonds pur-
chased during the year of the
Yom Kippur War are being
asked to reinvest those bonds
early.
Alice Ross, Israel Bonds
reinvestment chairman for De-
troit, said bonds purchased in
1973 would normally not ma-
ture until 1988. They can now
be redeemed with full maturity
value when reinvested in a
new bond of greater value. "As
an example," said Mrs. Ross, "a
13-year-old $500 Israel Bond
purchased in 1973 is now
worth its full 15-year value of
$900 toward reinvestment; the
bondholder need add only $100
to own a $1,000 bond."
She said this year's rein-
vestment offer is especially
important to Israel because it
has the potential of involving a
great number of bond-holders.
At the outbreak of the war, vir-
tually every synagogue in the
U.S. opened its doors to Israel
Bonds emergency appeals.
Over one million Jewish
families responded to the
emergency by their purchases
of bonds. Those bonds are now
worth $400 million.

Alleged Murderer
Ordered To Talk

Alfonsas Patalauskas, who
is under investigation by the
U.S. Justice Department's
Office Of Special Investiga-
tion, was ordeied Dec. 23 by
federal Judge Richard F. Suh-
rheinrich to answer govern-
ment questions about his ac-
tivities during World War II.
Patalauskas, 76, who has
been a resident alien in the
U.S. since 1949, is accused of
directing the executions of
Jews in Lithuania in 1941. He
refused to respond to OSI ques-
tioning under the constitu-
tional Fifth Amendment
guarantee against self-
incrimination.
Judge Suhrheinrich ruled
that Patalauskas could not
claim the Fifth Amendment in
this instance, and ordered him
to answer questions at a non-
public hearing.

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