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June 30, 1989 - Image 4

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-06-30

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I NEWS I

Judaica Sale
Is $1.5 Million

Come and see
Chooney the Clown
Thursday—Friday—Saturday
July 6-7-8
11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Anne Michael's
Flowers and Gifts
Arbor Drugs
Azade'
Barry's Let's Rent It
The Breadwinner
bum wear
Carnaby Street
Children's Crossing
Cocktail's
Continental Cablevision
Continental Exclusives
Danielle Peleg Art Gallery
Domino's Pizza

Elegance Designs
Guys & Gals
Harrison
Luggage & Leather Goods
Hushhh
Jean's of Bloomfield
Krogers
Lone Pine Vision
Mai Kai Cleaners
Malter Furs (Opening Soon)
Medallion
Merlin's Restaurant
Milano Fur & Leather
Movie Max Video Superstore

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Pine Lake Shoe Repair '
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Rick Burger's Studio
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Salvatore's Hairstyling
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FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1989

Geneva (JTA) — Judaica
dealers and collectors from
Europe, Canada and the
United States bid on nearly a
million and a half dollars
worth of Judaica here recent-
ly at an auction organized by
the Habsburg Feldman house.
The Habsburg Feldman
auction, held at the Hotel des
Bergues, was Geneva's first
major sale of Judaica. It is
said to have been the most
important Judaica sale since
1975, when Sotheby's held an
auction in Zurich.
The highest bid Monday
night was for a hand-wrought
silver Chanukah menorah
from Russia, dating from
1846. The lamp fetched about
$117,000.
A Haggadah, printed in
1568, in Padua, Italy, was sold
for about $44,000. An Italian
silk curtain for a Torah ark,
dating from 1755, brought ap-
proximately $47,000.

Iranian Jews
Draw Concern

New York (JTA) — As bad as
their situation was under the
rule of the late Ayatollah
Ruhollah Khomeini, the Jews
of Iran may find themselves
in even more precarious
straits under his successor.
That is the opinion of Rab-
bi Shlomo Berger, director of
the Near and Middle East
Section of the Agudath Israel
of America. He is considered
to be an authority on Iran's
Jewish community, which is
said to number between
25,000 and 30,000.
"While Khomeini was alive,
the Jewish community en-
countered hardship and suf-
fering, but the political at-
mosphere was relatively
stable and they usually had a
clear idea where they stood,"
Berger said.
"Now, with various factions
rivaling for control, the
uncertainty in itself corn-
pounds the precariousness of
the Jews' situation."

Cancer Fund
Fights 'Drain'

New York (JTA) — The
Israel Cancer Research Fund,
in an effort to combat the
"brain drain" from Israel, is
awarding a total of $1.7
million to 75 cancer resear-
chers working at established
Israeli institutions.
Twenty Career Develop-
ment Awards, worth $137,500
over a period of five years, will
be used by new researchers to
establish themselves.

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