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September 09, 1988 - Image 109

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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Best Wishes For A
Healthy & Happy
New Year

OOTHE FAMILy
SUGGESTS THAT
MEMORIAL
CONFIRIBLIT1ONS
BE MADE
TO TF-E
AMERICAN
CANCER

BRUCE
WEISS

CUSTOM JEWELRY YOU HAVE IT MADE

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Marvin Stoloff
And All The Gals At

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misses & misses petites
contemporary fashions

Wish Their Customers and Friends
A Very Healthy & Happy
New Year

Harvard Row Mall
11 Mile & Lahser

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. . . may the New Year be
one of joy, happiness and
prosperity for all mankind

THE JEWISH NEWS STAFF

And Their Families

Extend heartiest greetings to the entire
Jewish Community of Michigan with
gratitude for the splendid cooperation
that has enabled us to work together
for good community spirit.

Charles A. Buerger
Arthur M. Horwitz
Philip Slomovitz
Gary Rosenblatt
Kim Muller-Thym
Lisa Kamil
Alan Hitsky
Heidi Press
David Holzel
Kimberly Litton
Glenn Triest
Elizabeth Kaplan
Seymour Manello
Mike Rosenbaum

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1988

Danny Raskin
Rick Nesse'
Lauri Bolte
Randy Marcuson
Susan Brooks
Laurie Silberg
Percy Kaplan
Lynn Fields
Marlene Miller
Dharlene Norris
Patricia Stevens
Adrian Williams
Pauline Max
Jeri Poma

Shirley Berman
Sylvia Stafford
Ellen Warshaw
Sherry, Adler
Donald Cheshure
Cathy Ciccone
Curtis DeLoye
Joy Gardin
Gayle Schmidt
Ralph Orme
Carla Jean Schwartz
Van Dyan
Burt Chassin
Bud Davis

Approximately 17 million immigrants began the process of gaining
American citizenship at Ellis Island between 1892 and 1954.

standing of America as a na-
tion of immigrants. The new
museum will be located in the
200,000-square-foot Main
Building — the most histori-
cally significant structure on
Ellis Island.
Many of the rooms are be-
ing restored and others are
being renovated to meet the
needs of the museum. Half of
the museum's space will be
devoted to telling the story of
Ellis Island, and the remain-
ing areas will include displays
that portray the immigrant
experience. The Great Hall,
with its soaring barrel-vault
ceiling and clerestory win-
dows, will be restored to its
1918 to 1924 condition and
will be exhibit-free.

Possibly the most personal-
ly gratifying display at the
Ellis Island Museum will be
The American Immigrant
Wall of Honor. Located off
the Great Hall and adjacent

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to the historic Registry Room
will be a unique area devoted
to an exhibit of names of all
national origins. It will be a
collective display, represent-
ing the individual family
heritages that created the
history of America. With a
contribution of $100 or more
to fund the Museum and its
exhibitry, donors can place a
name of their choice on The.
American Immigrant Wall of
Honor.
The Statue of Liberty-Ellis
Island Foundation, Inc. is a
not-for-profit corporation
created primarily to raise and
disburse funds for the restora-
tion and preservation of the
Statue of Liberty and Ellis
Island and to plan for the
centennial celebrations of
each. For information about
the Ellis Island Campaign,
contact the Statue of Liberty-
Ellis Island Foundation, 52
Vanderbilt Avenue, New York,
N.Y. 10017-3808. ❑

■ Bills ■•■1 POLITICS

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How Do Bentsen, Quayle
Differ On Jewish Issues?

HOWARD ROSENBERG

Special to The Jewish. News

W

ashington (JTA) —
While both vice-
presidential can-
didates are considered strong
on Israel, neither of them was
at the forefront in fighting for
pro-Israel measures on and off
the floor of the Senate, an
analysis of their voting
records shows.
Pro-Israel activists credit
Senator Dan Quayle (R.-Ind.)
with playing a key role on the
Senate Armed Services Corn-

mittee in helping gain fun-
ding for joint U.S.-Israeli
research on strategic defense,
commonly known as "Star
Wars."
They said Quayle helped set
the cost-sharing formula for
research on the Arrow anti-
tactical ballistic missile,
whereby the United States
pays 80 percent and Israel 20
percent of the cost.
Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D-
Mx.) gets the credit, the
Israeli activists said, for his
role in implementing the
1985 U.S.-Israel Free Trade

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