Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

July 15, 1988 - Image 48

Resource type:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


Sidney Krandall &Sons is internationally known
and respected throughout the estate and jewelry
industries for conducting transactions in an equit-
able and discreet manner. Immediate cash for all
diamonds and precious gems. Appraisers available
by appointment for estates of all size& Inquiries from
individuals and estate attorneys welcome.

Sidney Krandall & Sons


:Film To Video:
• Transfer

• Transfer Movies •

• 8mm-16mm
• To VHS or Beta •

JEWELERS•TROY, MI (313)362-4500

1-200 FEET
201-400 FEET .
401-600 FEET .
601-800 FEET .
801-1000 FEET

. .$26.00
. .$39.00
. .$52.00
. .$65.00






has joined


30878 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI

• 3017 N. Woodward, Royal Oak •

(3 Blks. South of 13 Mile)

r •
288-5444 k.....==e,

Daily & Sat. 10-6, Fri. 10-8


[I©ithao Out

Clothing Organization

• Removal • Consolidation
• Resale/Consignment
• Charity/Donation • Closet Accessories
By Appointment


Call us!

(313) 352-5454

Go to 0

Summer Ca in

e '

The Franklin Summer Tennis Camp - With Swimming



FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1988

• • • • • • • • sr • •

Jennifer Bindes and Amy Loewenstein
are proud to announce the
opening of their business

• Limited Space
• All Day and
V2 Day Camps
• Swimming in our
New Outdoor Pool
• Ages 8-13
• We have additional
programs for Youngsters
(Ages 4-7) and Teens.
• Camps Start Weekly
Beginning June 20.

• Film over 1,000 feet add 6'; a foot. •
Tape $8.00 Additional.



•• • • • • • • • • •

Call the Junior Tennis Dept.
for information and sign-up

352-8000 EXT. 38


Fitness & Racquet Club

29350 Northwestern Hwy. /Southfield, MI

Mind Game

Continued from preceding page

Jewish Sports Hall of Fame in
California — they often select
active athletes — has several
options for his post-
racquetball career. His
Ektelon contract gives him
the option of taking a job with
the company, working in pro-
motions and/or product
development. He may also
work in other areas in the
sporting goods field. No mat-
ter what he decides, the West
Bloomfield resident wants to
take his mental approach to
racquetball with him into the
business world.

"I sure hope so. Because it's
been very successful for me in
racquetball . . . Realizing that

and seeing the successes of
that in racquetball really
kind of reinforces that it's im-
portant to take it on to
anything else you're doing,
whether it's another job, a
meeting, a business decision,
an investment decision.
Whatever else it might be, ob-
viously, in order for you to
really analyze and look over
the entire picture, you say,
`Hey, this is the right thing to
do,' or the wrong thing to do.
You really need to think
about it as best you can, and
spend as much time and effort
on it (as you can). If I don't
take it into my next profes-
sion I'm making a big
mistake?' ❑


Shamir-Arens Camp
Gains In Herut Vote

Jerusalem (JTA) — Moshe
Arens, and his patron, Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir, did
better in Herut's internal
elections than Arens' relega-
tion to the No. 3 spot on the
party's election slate might
indicate. Shamir automatical-
ly heads the list as candidate
for the office of prime
minister. Arens, his closest
political associate, ran third,
after David Levy, who placed
first, and Ariel Sharon, who
was second.
But the Shamir Arens camp
recouped as the 2,000-plus
member Herut Central Com-
mittee last week arranged
the party's 35 Knesset can-
didates in the order they will
appear on the ballot on elec-
tion day, next Nov. 1.
Shamir-Arens supporters, it
turns out, will constitute the
largest grouping within the
Herut Knesset faction. Herut
is the main component of the
Likud bloc, which also in-
cludes the Liberal Party.
The Central Committee
divided the candidates into
three groups of seven. Of the
first 21 on the list — not in-
cluding Shamir — 10 belong
to the Shamir-Arens camp or
lean toward it. The others are
split between Levy and
Sharon, or are uncommitted.
Arens is a minister without
portfolio in the present
government. Sharon is
minister of commerce and in-
dustry. Both are former
defense ministers. Levy is
minister of housing and also
holds the rank of deputy
prime minister.
All three have made no
secret of their ambition to
succeed Shamir as party
leader and eventually prime

Moshe Arens:
Number 3

For the time being, Sharon
seems to hold the balance of
power between Arens and
Levy, who are actively hostile
to each other. It is open to
question whether that will
significantly enhance his
prospects of inheriting
Shamir's mantle in 1992,
when the term of the next
Knesset ends.

Jackson Meets
Arab Envoys

United Nations (JTA) —
The Rev. Jesse Jackson,
Democratic presidential can-
didate, was the guest of the
Arab League at a luncheon
attended by envoys of 15 Arab
nations and the Pales-
tine Liberation Organization.
Jackson's meeting last week
with the Arab delegates came
on the heels of unconfirmed
reports and rumors that the
candidate is seeking a future

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan