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April 20, 1990 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-20

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Light's Jewellers

Court Ordered

GOING OUT OF
BUSINESS SALE

Chapter 11 Court Cases #89-08477-G • #89-07428-G

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consolidated inventory
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le Birmingham store located at 280 N. Woodward.
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280 N. Woodward

One Block N. of Maple
Birmingham

Daily 10:00 to 5:30
Thursday and
Friday til 9:00

JEWELLERS

All Major Credit Cards and Layaways Accepted

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GREAT
BUYS
for Watching & Reading

Sale $69.

Reg. $109. Teak Magazine Table.
27" x 181/2" x 191/2". Take with—
Unassembled.

Sale $115.

Reg. $169. Television Video Stand
with Swivel Action.
233 /4" x 151/2" x 241/2".
Take with—Unassembled.

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Only at Keego Harbor 3325 Orchard Lake Rd.
(1 Mile North of Long Lake Rd.) 682-7600.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1990

Sale
$99.

Reg. $175. Teak
Bookcase. 70" x 30"
x 111/2". 3 for $287.
Take with — Unassembled

Old City Settlers Divide
Israeli Public Opinion

Jerusalem (JTA) — The re-
served but generally coop-
erative relations between
Jews and Christians in
Jerusalem were stirred to
the boiling point by the oc-
cupation of a housing com-
plex in the heart of the Old
City's Christian Quarter by
150 Orthodox Jews, who say
they purchased it legally.
The Greek Orthodox
Church says it is the rightful
owner an _ d never sold the
property.
While the dispute is before
the courts, tempers are ris-
ing on both sides.
Two tourists were slightly
injured by stones thrown at
their bus on the Mount of Ol-
ives in east Jerusalem last
week. Protest riots broke out
in Nablus in the West Bank.
There were also ramifica-
tions overseas.
Noting pointedly that
Jerusalem is sacred to
Moslems, Jews and Chris-
tians alike, State Depart-
ment spokesman Richard
Boucher said April 13, "We
think that all parties are
well advised to demonstrate
mutual toleration and to
refrain from provocative ac-
tions."
Statements critical of the
settlers were issued over the
weekend by the American
Jewish Congress and B'nai
B'rith International.
Israelis are finding them-
selves split along the by now

familiar line dividing
moderates, who advocate
peaceful coexistence with
other faiths, and nationalist
and religious activists, who
insist Jews must assert their
presence everywhere,
regardless of provocation.
About 200 members of
Peace Now demonstrated
last week near Jaffa Gate.
They were joined by sup-
porters of Netivot Shalom, a
dovish religious organiza-
tion.
The moderates clearly
have the support of
Jerusalem's Mayor Teddy
Kollek.
"If an opposite act by non-
Jews with parades and danc-
ing inside a Jewish neigh-
borhood on the eve of
Passover had occurred,
would it not have caused
angry reactions by the Jew-
ish public?" the mayor ask-
ed.
The settlers have received
powerful support from
former Likud Minister Ariel
Sharon, who provoked sen-
sibilities himself three years
ago with his bold purchase of
a flat in the Moslem quarter
of the Old City.
"As a person who sees
Jerusalem as the core of the
problem, and believes that
the Jewish presence in the
Old City is the best guar-
antee for the continued exis-
tence of Israel; I came to
help," Sharon told reporters.

Kosher Fair Reveals
New Products

New York (JTA) — A pot-
pourri of new kosher and
Jewish products were
showcased last week at the
International Jewish Fes-
tival '90, demonstrating that
it's possible in the new
decade to be gourmet, trendy
and traditional at the same
time.
From caviar to diet
milkshakes, the most cur-
rent ideas have been trans-
lated into terms that are
both kosher and Jewish.
The best news for hard-
core dieters is that it is now
possible to be kosher and
skinny. The popular Ultra
Slim-Fast powder has just
received kosher certification
and will be available in
stores in approximately two
months.
For those who aren't
dieting, a whole new world
of short-cut baking has been
opened with the kosher cer-

tification of Bisquick, the
venerable General Mills all-
purpose baking mix.

Another kosher product
seeking attention is a line of
imported gourmet kosher
Italian products: pastas,
pasta sauces and olive oils. It
is being marketed in
America by Giamboi Kosher
Foods International of Old
Bridge, N.J., under the
Barone label. "While we
have kosher certification, we
are marketing toward the
general public," said Bruce
Prince of Giamboi. "We
want to break with the
`kosher gefilte fish aisle'
mentality. We want to sit
next to the other fine Italian
sauces and pastas because
we offer the same quality."

For the most exotic tastes,
Season has the first kosher
imported Black Capelin
Caviar.

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