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January 20, 1989 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-20

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WINTER
SALE

of history, religious belief or
national security.
Shamir is not, to be sure,
opposed to negotiations; on
the contrary, he positively ad-
vocates direct talks with
Israel's neighbors. However,
he adamantly rejects two
critical elements in such
talks: the involvement of the
PLO under any circum-
stances and the very idea of
territorial compromise.
And it is precisely these two
components which Washing-
ton appears to have concluded
are the essential prere-
quisites for a successful con-
summation of diplomatic ef-
forts aimed at resolving the
Arab-Israeli conflict.
If Bush is indeed deter-
mined to push Israel into
peace talks, Washington and
Jerusalem will be set on a
fateful collision course.
Those minority voices
which have long advocated a
reduction in Israel's excessive
dependence on Washington's
largess, drowned out over the
past eight years by a chorus
of ridicule from Israelis who
had grown accustomed to a
generous, benign, endlessly
forgiving Reagan administra-
tion, are now likely to receive
a far more attentive hearing.
In addition to the substan-
tial military and civilian aid
which flows across the Atlan-
tic each year, Israel and the
United States are bound by a
plethora of agreements and
memoranda of understanding
on a range of issues from
strategic cooperation and in-
telligence sharing to free
trade.
Such pacts, however, are ef-
fective only as long as they
serve the mutual interests of
the contracting parties.
Indeed, only last month the
United States reneged — in
Israeli eyes, at least — on its
written pledge not to consort
with the PLO unless certain
stringent conditions were
met. Jerusalem clearly felt
those conditions had not been
met; the United States, after
an apparent flip-flop, con-
cluded that they had.
Israel will be without
another important element in
its diplomatic arsenal when it
confronts the new United
States President: a united
American Jewish leadership.
Torn by a commitment to
Israel, loyalty to the president
and by genuine ideological
differences over the course
Israel should follow, the
American Jewish consensus,
which remained relatively in-
tact through the eight years
of Ronald Reagan's presiden-

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A. 3 Seat Sofa Reg. $800 Sale $599.
Loveseat Reg. $725 Sale $544. Teak Wall
System Reg. $689 Sale $499. Teak Coffee
Table with Tile Top Reg. $349 Sale $279.
Teak Corner Table with Tile Top Reg. $255
Sale $205. 5 Piece Special; 3 Seat Sofa,
Loveseat, Wall System, Coffee Table and
Corner Table Sale $1999.

B. Teen Bedroom. White Melamine/ Beech.
Includes Headbord and Trundle Reg. $734
Sale $449. Mattress extra. High Chest Reg.
$535 Sale $397. Butterfly Chair Reg. $355
Sale $249.

C. Independence 6 Seat Leather Sectional
Reg $3174 Sale $2538. Teak Coffee Table
with Drawers Reg. $595 Sale $475. Teak
Sofa Table Reg. $369 Sale $295. Teak
End Table Reg. $354 Sale $275.

D. Jesper ST Bedroom. Queen Bed with
Hanging Night Stands. Double Dresser.
and Man's Chest. Available in Teak or
American Oak Reg. $3223 Sale $1999.
Additional bedroom pieces also available at
Winter Sale prices.

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E. Linden Design Teak Dining Table with 2
Leafs Reg. $1149 Sale $899. Linden
Design-956 Teak Dining Chair Reg. $149
Sale $119 each. Arm Chair available at
similar savings. Teak Console Table Reg.
$369 Sale $295. Lighted Teak Buffet 6
Hutch with adjustable shelves Reg. $1635
Sale $1149.

SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 12th.

ALL ACCESSORIES SHOWN, INCLUDING
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