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September 08, 1989 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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NEWS

hillside

furniture

clearance center

contemporary for less

Lacquer Tables!

BLACK OR ALMOND w/BRASS TRIM

SPECIAL PURCHASE:
TABLES FROM $147 ea!

We purchased these first-
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almond lacquer style wlbrass
leg caps and brass/glass
series on casters. Quantities
are limited, shop early for best
selection!

$197..

Cocktail Table
or Sofa Table

(both styles)
Reg $450

$147..
End Table

(both styles)
Reg $350

NON, THUR, FRI 10-9
TUES, WED, SAT 10-6
• FREE DELIVERY (within our
local area)
• Visa/Mastercard/Discover Card
• Financing available
• Limited quantities

$167..
End Table

(square or rect.)
Reg $400

Tables That Move!

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$197..

Serving Cart,
Cocktail Table
or Sofa Table

(not pictured)
Reg $450

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14 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1989

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Carl Levin

Continued from Page 12

Jewry. They also have been
supportive of Israel in its role
in trying to combat the Hez-
bollah militia. Israel recent-
ly captured Hezbollah leader
Sheik Obeid.
"We must get out of Russia
anyone who wants to leave,"
Levin says. "They should
come here or Israel. I'd like to
see more go to Israel because
it is important for Israel's
future. Israel is a place that
wants and needs Jews.
"It would be nice to provide
incentives for these Soviet
Jews to go to Israel," Levin
says. "One of the most impor-
tant things is for Israel and
Russia to have more normal
relations. Then they could get
exit permits directly to
Israel!'
Levin also is protective of
Israel in its role against the
Hezbollah.
"The Hezbollah takes inno-
cent people as hostages,"
Levin says. "Israel captured a
terrorist — not an innocent
hostage. Israel was protecting
itself and has been taking a
lot of unnecessary flak. It was
not a kidnapping; it was the
capturing of an enemy
soldier!'
Analysts say losing three
senators who have been in-
fluential on Capitol Hill for
Jewish causes could be
detrimental.
"If the three senators lose,
Israel would lose people with
a lot of seniority in the
Senate," Amitay says.

"We are not talking about
Democrats or Republicans,"
says national political consul-
tant Scott Gale, a former
deputy political director for
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee. "We are

Paul Simon:
GOP target

concerned about keeping
friends in the Senate and in
Congress?'
Gale says he expects the
1990 race to be similar to
1988, when the Jewish com-
munity overwhelmingly sup-
ported two friends in trouble,
Ohio Sen. Howard Metzen-
baum and New Jersey Sen.
Frank Lautenberg.
"I don't think the communi-
ty has a choice but to res-
pond," Gale says. "If we stop
being there, we will stop be-
ing effective for Israel."

Israeli Visas Free
Soviet Evangelicals

Washington (JTA) —
Thousands of Evangelical
Christians are leaving the
Soviet Union on Israeli visas,
a practice started by the
Kremlin but which Israel
says it would end if it could.
The number of Evangelicals
leaving on Israeli entry visas
each month has grown from
201 last August to 570 in
January to 1,157 in July. In
the first 24 days of August, an
all-time high of 1,400 for one
month was achieved.
The National Association of
Evangelicals estimates that
30,000 Evangelicals would
like to leave the Soviet Union.
By contrast, an estimated
200,000 Jews are seeking to
emigrate. In July, 4,537 Jews
received Israeli entry visas,
648 of whom made aliyah.
Evangelicals, like the vast
majority of Jews, later "drop
out" in Vienna to immigrate
elsewhere, mainly to the
United States. This means
that a very small percentage
of the people to whom Israel

issues visas ever make it to
the Jewish state, much to the
chagrin of Israeli officials.
The Evangelicals have been
using Israeli visas since 1988,
when the Soviets relaxed en-
forcement of a requirement
that those applying to
emigrate with Israeli
documents secure "letters of
invitation" from immediate
relatives.
The Soviets knew they
could count on Israeli
cooperation, because Israel
has been anxious to improve
relations with Moscow and
get as many Jews out of the
country as possible, said
Glenn Richter, national coor-
dinator of the Student Strug-
gle for Soviet Jewry.
Having the Evangelicals
leave on Israeli visas provides
a pretext for the Soviets to
permit limited emigration of
Soviet ethnic nationals not
customarily allowed to leave.
The Soviet Union tradi-
tionally bars emigration ex-
cept for family reunification,

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