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January 19, 1990 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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NEWS

Two FOR ONE SALE R
95'

TWO PAIR

TWO PAIR

EYEGLASSES

Certain strong prescriptions, bifocal styles, and specialty lenses
not included. Professional fees not included. Prior sales excluded.
Sale ends Saturday. Eye exams available by licensed Doctors of
Optometry. Sale applies to CR39 Single Vision Lenses. Some
frame restrictions apply.

OR

*With coupon. Regular price $69.95.

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New fits only. Eye exam required. Professional fees not included.
B & L Softspin, CQ4 Daily Wear. Other contact lens prices may
vary based on lens type and prescription. Prior sales excluded. One
customer only per two for one offer. *First pair new fit prices
shown, second pair free. *Free eyeglasses Single Vision, CR39
Lenses only. Some restrictions apply. Eye Examination Available.

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*With coupon. Regular price $59.95.

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28851 Orchard Lake
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Boardwalk shoppers and Sport Connection fans Dr.
Howard Belkin and Karen Lossia show off the New
Sergio Tacchini Jogging Suits. Regularly priced at
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1990

DINE
OUT
THIS
WEEK

Brown, Others Speak
At King Day Rallies

HOWARD ROSENBERG

Special to The Jewish News

D

emocratic National
Committee chairman

Ronald Brown said
last week that Jews and
blacks "do not threaten one
another."
"It is not Jews that have
bombed and threatened civil
rights leaders, and it is not
blacks who are painting
swastikas on synagogues,"
said Brown.
Brown delivered the
keynote speech at the fifth
annual commemoration of
Martin Luther King Jr.'s
birthday at the Israeli Em-
bassy. The event, which
marked what would have
been King's 61st birthday, is
co-sponsored by the Jewish
National Fund of America
and the Embassy.
Among the other Jewish
commemorations of King's
birthday was one held in
New York by the American
Jewish Congress.
DNC Chairman Brown left
last week for his third visit
to Israel, his first in 10
years. "I think it's impor-
tant for me, as chairman of
the Democratic Party, to
have a great deal of sen-
sitivity to the situation in
Israel, to be a strong ad-
vocate, and to make sure
that the security interests of
Israel are preserved and
assured," he said.
Brown added that he plans
to discuss with Prime Min-
ister Yitzhak Shamir
various human rights issues
"that have been raised re-
cently," including the
"whole issue of the relation-
ship between Israel and
South Africa."
He said that in Shamir's
meetings in November with
the Congressional Black
Caucus, the prime minister
"made some commitments to
take some action."
When asked if he shares
Archbishop Desmond Tutu's
recent statements about
Israel's harsh treatment of
Palestinians, he said, "I
don't think it's useful to try
to characterize others' feel-
ings. I think everyone knows
where I stand on Israel.
Bishop Tutu speaks for
himself and I speak for my-
self."
At the ceremony, civil
rights awards were
presented to David Brody,
the former Washington rep-
resentative of the Anti-
r Defamation League of

B'nai B'rith, and to Robert
McGlotten, a prominent
black who in 1986 became
legislative director of the
AFL-CIO. AFL-CIO Presi-
dent Lane Kirkland attend-
ed the ceremony.
A third award was
presented posthumously to
Leonore Siegelman, a
longtime civil rights activist
who died Jan. 4.
Mae Gellman-Danforth,
Siegelman's sister, said that
her sister was "so over-
whelmed" when King died
that she was among the first
to plant trees in the JNF's
Martin Luther King Jr.
Forest in the Galilee.
One of Siegelman's last
projects, a photo exhibit
called "Hand in Hand for
Justice" that shows King's
contacts with Jews, is cur-
rently on tour in Tennessee,
Gellman-Danforth said in an
interview.
It was announced at the
ceremony that a grove of
1,000 of the 16,000 trees in
the King Forest would be
named for Siegelman.
A special award of recogni-
tion was given in memory of
Rep. Mickey Leland (D-
Texas), who died this
summer while trying to aid
famine victims in Ethiopia.
Israeli Ambassador Moshe
Arad called Leland a
"mensch," and likened his
tragic death to that of King.
Arad informed the crowd
that Leland's wife Alison
gave birth to twin boys on
Jan. 14 in Atlanta. "What a
powerful message to us all
that we are dedicated to con-
tinue the mission of Mickey
Leland," said Arad.
Elizabeth Holtzman, the
New York City comptroller,
and Douglas White, the
city's personnel director-
t designate, celebrated
King's birthday at an
AJCongress ceremony.
Holtzman told 100
students from the Town
School, P.S. 6, the Park East
Day School and the Mary-
mount School of New York
that "Through much of our
history, African Americans
and Jewish Americans have
worked closely together to
achieve that dignity and
destiny of which Dr. King
wrote."
For its part, the American
Jewish Committee issued a
statement urging Congress
to approve new civil rights
and anti- discrimination
laws in 1990.
Ira Silverman, the group's
executive director, also said

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