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September 09, 1988 - Image 153

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-09

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FENBY-6TEIN Talent Agency

DOCTOR
DISCO

"May Good Health, Good Friends &
Happiness Be With You
Through The Coming Year"

wishing everyone
a happy new year
and a joyous
holiday season

553-9966

Lynn & Jerry Fenby
Marguerite Plaunt
Carol Conover

Dolores Thuman
Connie Broderick
Leslye Mattler

JANET RANDOLPH, MOE SELL
& STAFF
WISH ALL OF OUR FRIENDS

"A HAPPY & HEALTHY NEW YEAR"

book
comers

27
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tray

first center building • suite 115
26955 northwestern highway
southfield, michigan 48034
phone: 313 / 262-1560

A Happy, Healthy
NEW YEAR

Bush Speaks
To Bigots

George & Roselie
Ohrenstein

and the Staff of

Ohrenstein
Jewelers

Harvard Row
Lahser & 11 Mile

Norman Allan
Esther Man'
Lawrence Allan
Danielle Allan
Nancy Sturman

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1988

Continued from preceding page

Wish All Their
Customers & Friends

855-5571

Allan
Family
Wishes aft their relatives,
friends and customers,
a very Happy ct Healthy
New Year!

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Deli Wars

generations, the real deli
rivalry has been fought on
Essex Street, Houston Street,
Second Avenue, Queens
Boulevard and Flatbush
Avenue.
"The cognoscenti ap-
preciate that if you want the
best, you don't hang out at
the Stage or the Carnegie...
The Carnegie and the Stage
sell stardom. Their pitch is,
`It's not what you eat, but
who you eat it near.' Who can
quarrel with that — if you're
more interested in Woody
Allen than living of the fat of
the land. For me, it doesn't cut
the mustard."

"your specialist in party directing"

The

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MEDIA MONITOR Ilmmimm ■•■ ••

353-3146

In their "Beltway Bandits"
column in the current issue of
The Nation, Washington cor-
respondents David Corn and
Jefferson Morley assert that
Vice President George Bush
spoke last month to two
groups which "have been
home to fierce anti-Semites."
Such emigre groups, say
Corn and Morley, have been
"consistently embraced" by
the Reagan Administration
for "their anticommunism,
overlooking the anti-
Semitism and the pro-Nazi
backgrounds of prominent
members. Traveling down
this road, President Reagan
wound up at Bitburg."
The occasion for Bush's
speech was a Captive Nations
banquet in Warren,
Michigan. The dinner was
sponsored by the Captive Na-
tions Committee and the
American Friends of the
Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Na-
tions. In 1985, according to
the writers, Edward Rubel, a
director of the Captive Na-
tions Committee, protested
deportation proceedings
against Karl Linnas, a former
Nazi concentration camp
commandant. In a letter to
Secretary of State George
Shultz, Rubel accused the
Justice Department of col-
laborating with the KGB and
"Jewish Zionists." He also
described the USSR under
Stalin as "exclusively run by
Marxist Zionist Jews?'
A 1981 list of officials of the
American Friends of the
Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Na-
tions, report Corn and Morley,
included a Byelorussian Nazi
collaborator, a former
member of the Romanian
Iron Guard and a past
member of the pro-Nazi
Bulgarian Legionary Move-
ment. A keynote speaker at
the group's 1985 conference
attacked the Justice Depart-
ment's Nazi-hunting Office of
Special Investigations and
assailed its "lawyers of
Jewish origin."

How Should Israel
Respond To PLO?

The call by several PLO
leaders to create a provisional
Palestinian government that
would recognize Israel has
been dismissed by Israeli
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir. In an interview on
Israel TV, Shamir said,
"Ideas such as this do not
bring peace closer. They push
it further away?'
Neither a Palestinian state
nor a Palestinian govern-
ment, said Shamir, are "ac-
ceptable to anyone in Israel?'
Creating a Palestinian state,
he said, even one that
recognized Israel, would be
part of the PLO's "doctrine of
stages" adopted by Yassir
Arafat's organization 10
years ago, according to
Shamir. The first stage would
establish a Palestinian state
in the West Bank. The second
stage, said the prime
minister, "would continue the
war [against Israel] until the
Jewish state was eliminated
and replaced by a 'democratic,
secular state?"
"Could anyone," asked
Shamir, "be so naive as to
believe that anyone in Israel
will accept this?"
Editorial writers at
Ha'aretz took issue with the
prime minister. "Reactions [to
new Palestinian stands] such
as 'words, words, words' or
definitions like 'crossword
puzzle' will not make do any
more," they wrote. "The
sooner our leaders digest the
new reality and prepare their
responses to it, the better for
us all.
"Only the fools among us
could still believe that Israel
will be able to ignore
demands [by the interna-
tional community] for a
substantial Israeli response
to statements coming out of
[PLO headquarters in]
Tunisia and stemming from
the reality of intifida in the
field."

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••••ii MUSIC I

Klezmer Music
Spreads In U.S.

BEN GALLOB

Special to The Jewish News

N

ew York — At least 30
American towns and
cities are home to at
least one Jewish music-
making group, a Klezmer
band, according to the latest
issue of the Book Peddler, the
newsletter of the National
Yiddish Book Center.
These unique Jewish music
makers have historic ties

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