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April 20, 1990 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-20

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MEDIA MONITOR I

Only Til April 29th • Hagopian Announces Serious Savings!

SEgIOLIS

ORIENTAL RUG

CLEARANCE

ARTHUR J. MAGIDA

Special to The Jewish News

R

SAVE 50, 60, 70%

counting them, we'd rather sell them.
So if you want in on these serious savings, come to either
Hagopian World of Rugs in Birmingham and Ann Arbor or
Hagopian Rug Outlet in Oak Park. And seriously, - this offer
ends on April 29th!

How serious are we? Well we've marked almost all our
inventory at 50, 60 and 70%* off. That's how serious. We hope
to greatly reduce our mostly one-of-a-kind stock before we begin
our yearly physical inventory on April 30th.
We've decided that when it's a choice of either selling them or

*70% off only available at Hagopian Rug Outlet in Oak Park

HAGOPIAN
WORLD OF RUGS

The Original Since 1939

Bimingham • 1835 S Woodward Ave (north of 14 Mile) • Ph: 646-RUGS
Ann Arbor • 3410 Washtenaw Ave (west of Ast orland) • Ph: 973-RUGS
Oak Park Rug Outlet • 14000 W 8 Mile (west of Coolidge) • Ph: 546-RUGS

Special Clearance Hours for All Stores:

Mon, Tues, Weds, RI 10- 6pm, Thurs 10-9pm, Sat 1 0-5fxn, Sun 12-5

Begadim

on the Boardwalk

STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS

NEW LEADERSHIP DELEGATION TO:

POLAND*ISRAEL

0

9

9

1

POLAND • JULY 5-10
ISRAEL • JULY 9-20

EXPERIENCE THE TRAGEDY OF POLAND

The Warsaw Ghetto, Treblinka, Auschwitz-
Birkenau, Krakow

'Balance Of Terror'
Building in Mideast

WE'RE
ALWAYS
FASHIONABLE
FOR
YOU

ecent military threats
against Israel by Iraqi
dictator Saddam Hus-
sein and the arms buildup
throughout the Arab world
are producing a "balance of
terror" in the Middle East,
according to two specialists
of that region, Dan Raviv
and Yossi Melman.
Writing in the Washington
Post's Sunday "Perspective"
section, Raviv and Melman
say that Israeli military
strategists are "increasingly
shifting their focus onto
Iraq."
"Intent on leading the
Middle East's foremost
power," Iraq's Hussein "has
apparently decided that
Iraq's historic moment has
come. He survived the long
Gulf War, naturally claim-
ing victory. At home, Hus-
sein clamps his political op-
ponents into torture cells
and oppresses the Kurdish
minority to solidify his rule.
Last week California offi-
cials implicated an Iraqi dip-
lomat in an alleged plot to
murder two opponents of
Hussein. Everything Hus-
sein does . . . gains the vocal
approval of the Arab
League."
Of greatest concern to
Israel, write Raviv and
Melman, is the Israeli and
Western intelligence analy-
sts' "near certainty" that
"Iraq is trying to develop

`the works' when it comes to
mass destruction: a chemical
arsenal, biological agents,
nuclear bombs and the all-
important delivery vehicles
which would reach Hus-
sein's two chief enemies,
Iran and Israel."
While Israel's policy is to
possess weapons "far more
powerful" than anything
available to its enemies, the
Jewish state "cannot count
on indefinitely enforcing the
so-called 'Begin Doctrine.' "
This was articulated by
Israeli Prime Minister
Menachem Begin in June
1981 when he ordered
Israel's air force to destroy a
nuclear reactor being con-
structed in Iraq because "the
enemies of the Jewish people
must never be allowed to ob-
tain weapons of mass
destruction."
The doctrine, effective dur-
ing most of the 1980s, now
seems to be eclipsed by arms-
building throughout the re-
gion.
The prevailing mood
among Israel's senior
military men was reflected
by one retired Israeli gen-
eral quoted in the Raviv and
Melman piece: "The next
war will be harder because
of advanced technology.
Chemical weapons will be
used and the civilian popula-
tion on both sides will be in-
volved. The era of short wars
in the Middle East is over
and this will be total war of
society against society."

LIVE THE GLORY OF ISRAEL

Visit cities, museums, meet with top mini-
sters, tour historical sites, enjoy fun social
activities and more!

OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO El LAT

July 20-23

xcePence

,n Fashion to 'he Yourx; al Hear'

6919 Orchard Lake Rd • West Bloomfield. MI
855-5528

$2280
535
180

ISRAEL ONLY.
ADD POLAND:
ADD EILAT•

THIS NEW LEADERSHIP DELEGATION TRIP
IS GEARED TO SINGLES AND COUPLES,
AGES 25-40

YES! I am interested. Please send a reservation form.

Name

Address

State

City

Telephone

(

office

Zip

home

send to: NEW LEADERSHIP DELEGATION/STATE OF ISRAEL
BONDS, 29201 Telegraph Rd., Suite 324, Southfield, MI 48034

Questions? Call Marty (313) 352-6555
or Michele Schubot (313) 644-0563

26

FRIDAY. APRIL 20. 1990

"The Marshall Chronicles" — rooted in Woody Allen?

Jewish Jokes Abound
On ABC's 'Chronicles'

A new comedy on ABC-TV
features a New York high
school student who's a "one-
boy compendium of Jewish
family jokes," according to
New York Times TV critic
John J. O'Connor.

"If you're looking for
major influences," advises
O'Connor of "The Marshall
Chronicles," (Channel 7,
Wednesdays, 9:30 p.m.),
"start with Woody Allen."
In one up-coming episode,

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