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January 09, 1987 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-09

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MOD TECH FURNITURE, INC.

r1 Designs That Fit

manufacturer of custom furniture

553-2246

Same Location, Same Ownership,
Same Quality Care

THE

CLIPPERY $4

Now doing the newest
enzyme services

Tuesday-Saturday 9-5
19011 W. 10 Mile at Santa Barbara, Sfld.
Evening hours Wed. & Thurs.

They might guess the size.
They'll never guess the price.

Choose a beautiful diamond from the
largest selection in Michigan at prices
you won't believe Others will recognize
the color. the clarity and the cut of your
elegant diamond. They might even
guess the weight But, they'll never
know how little you paid for so much
See for yourself. Visit our showroom
today. No appointment necessary
Come in at your convenience .

The Diamond People For Over 50 Years

OFF

ANY SERVICE

( new clients (,nly)

Call for appointment

353-2890

SE . PAOUZ
MPIIINPo

645-9200

30555 SOUTHFIELD RD., CONGRESS BLDG., SUITE 100

(ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF 13 MILE ROAD)

SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

7 Hour Sale

SATURDAY, . JANUARY 10

PEANUTS

HERSH'S

50% off Fall - Winter Sale

Mens and Womens Sportswear. Up to 75% off all fall/winter
merchandise.

MR. ALAN'S

Storewide shoe sale: Bass casuals were $65 now $29.88 The
Winter Protector Boot was $45 now $19.88. French Shriner
tassel loafer was $120 now $59.88. Bostonian loafer was $199
now $49.88.

THE MALE ROOM

Up to 75% off. 50% to 75% off all glass and barware. 30%
to 50% off all Seiko clocks. Attaches 50% to 75% off.

SUNDANCE

Entire winter shoe and boot inventory 40% to 70% off.

BENNETTON

Italian sportswear for men and women. Winter Clearance Sale.
All shirts, trousers and sweaters.

THE CLOTHES PIN

STAGE & CO.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, Stage & Co.

NAOMI
-
Your special occasion dresses now arriving daily.

BEGADIM

Excellence in fashion for the young at heart. Storewide Clearance
up to 75% off.

LUFINOS SALON

8 hair stylists, 5 manicurists, and 1 makeup artist, all under one
roof. Please call for an appointment. 855-6377.

Quite a combination: Chocolate and Collectible Dolls. 855-9494.

R. GRUMET

Mens European sportswear. 30% off all merchandise in store.

WIDENBAUM JEWELERS

30% - 50% off on all silver and gold rings, necklaces, bracelets,
earrings, pearls & watches in store.

January Showing: Paintings by Andy Warhol. Prints by Robert
Longo, David Hockney, Alex Katz, and James Rosenquist.

NEW YORK BAGEL

Saturday only 30% off on everything in the store. Exchanges only.

CHOCOLATISSIMO

Final clearance on ladies sportswear 75% off.

I. IRVING FELDMAN GALLERIES

CHANTEL GIFTS

SACCHI

We're making room for cruise & spring - - - Handbags, Belts,
Jewelry & Accessories. Save 30% - 75% off.

MARNI

50% - 75% off selected group of fall/winter merchandise.

COMPUTERS AND CONCEPTS

Selected IBM & Apple software 50% off. Epson LX-86 $259.
Selected IBM & Apple modems 50% off.

3AGELS, BAGELS, BAGELS

Does not apply to previous purchases.

lio!lkolierdlivivellk



25 Friday, January 9, 1987

PURELY COMMENTARY

Dr. Liptzin

Continued from preceding page

family's treasured scholarly
records and therefore he al-
- ways retained devotion to Yid-
dish and Hebrew as sources fora
his continuous studies, and to
the synagogue.
The death last week of David
A. Zack is a loss that will be
memorialized by a community
that benefited from and ap-
preciated his services.

Former Nazi
Loses U.S.
Citizenship

,(

New York (JTA) —
former Waffen SS concentra-
tion camp guard who fled to
West Germany last August
after admitting to the Justice
Department that he had
killed a Jewish inmate in cold
blood, was stripped of his U.S.
citizenship by a Federal `v
District Court Judge in
Newark, N.J. last week.
Stefan Leili, 77, a resident
of Clifton, N.J., was denatur-
alized on the orders of Federal
Judge Harold Ackerman
when he failed to appear in
court for a hearing on his
case. Ackerman also in-
structed the Justice Depart-
ment to advise West German
authorities that Leili is no
longer a U.S. citizen. =\
The Justice. Department
obtained a sworn deposition
from Leili last August it
which he confessed that he
shot and killed a 17-year-old
Jewish inmate at the Mal-
thausen concentration camp
in Austria.
Leili was captured by
Allied Forces in March, 1945.
He concealed the fact that he -
had joined the notorious Waf-
fen SS "Death Head" Divi-
sion in July 1943, claiming ,
was a private in an infantry
division and later a prisoner
of war. On the basis of his
sworn affidavits, he was
issued a U.S. visa and entered
the country on February 14,
1956. He was granted U.S.
citizenship on November 15,
1962.

Youth Center
Dedicated
In Auschwitz

Bonn (JTA) — An interna-
tional youth center was ded-
icated recently in Oswiecim/
(Auschwitz), Poland, by West
German Minister of Youth
and Family Affairs Rita
Suessmuth, and Polish Dep-,(
uty Parliament President
Mieczyslaw Rakowski.
The project, which was
built with 4.2 million markg\
in West German funds, is
located about one kilometer
from the site of the former
Auschwitz death camp and-\
will house up to 70 young
people for international
seminars and meetings.

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