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May 01, 1987 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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For The

THREADS

UNBEATABLE DEAL
See LARRY KAPLAN

ALWAYS 20% TO GO% BELOW RETAIL

UP FRONT

24901 Northwestern Hwy.
Southfield

New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

Wallenberg

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THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

Across from Tel-12 Mall

(313) 355-1000
(313) 355-6414

SALES BLITZ !i

FOR HEALTHY
BABIES...

build a strong
foundation with
good prenatal care

amateurs," Nagy said. "We
are trying to find a few
people in the Detroit area
who would host a parlor
meeting, or via word of
mouth would really get us
cracking." Prof. Nagy said
that Detroiters he has talked
to are very enthusiastic about
an annual Wallenberg
human rights lectureship
"but nothing has come of it
yet."
The University of Michigan
currently has an annual
architecture lecture in Wal-
lenberg's name. Prof. Nagy,
however, is proposing a
human rights lecture that
Would annually re-tell the
Wallenberg story.
Core members of the com-
mittee include Nagy, Irene
Butter, Henry Pollack,
Donald Brown, Judy Lax,
Joel Berger, Ernst Fonthein
and Mame Jackson.
Contributions can be sent
to the 1T-M/Wallenberg Lec-
ture, University of Michigan
Development Office, Ann
Arbor 48109.

Butcher

Continued on Page 5

THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

MILTON L. NATHANSON, N.D.
JERROLD II. WEINBERG, Mil

and

LESLIE LAYER, D.O.

ARE PLEASED
TO ANNOUNCE
THE RELOCATION
OF THEIR

OBSTETRICS &
GYNECOLOGY
PRACTICE

TO THE

SINAI
HOSPITAL
OF DETROIT

HECHTMAN HEALTH
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SUITE 120
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(313) 647-9400

AS OF TUESDAY,
APRIL 28, 1987

10 Friday, May 1, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

stipulatioii was agreed to by the
butcher.
"Meat purchased from the
store was kosher and the Coun-
cil stands behind its future cer-
tification of the store upon the
maintenance of these condi-
tions!"
The Jewish News has learn-
ed that in recent days Franklin
co-owner Milton Burg has been
bought out by his partner Don
Barden. Burg denies that his
retirement has anything to do
with the April 8 incident.
Barden has refused to clarify
the issue, stating only that
"there are 1,000 stories out
there. The important thing is
that we still have our certifica-
tion from the Vaad (Council):'
As part of the agreement bet-
ween Franklin and the Vaad,
Leonard Rosenberg will go to
work at the store. Rosenberg
was proprietor of Northgate
Kosher Meats, which recently
closed.

Rabin Rejects
Security Claims

Tel Aviv (JTA) -- Defense
Minister Yitzhak Rabin flatly
rejected claims by Jewish
settlers in the West Bank,
particularly the settlers of
Alfe-Menashe and Ariel, for
the same security-sensitive
status as Israeli towns on the
northern borders.
He stated furthermore that
the territory on which those
settlements are located would
be negotiable when the time
came for peace talks with
Jordan.

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