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June 22, 1990 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-22

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NEWS Immim"

* FOOT LOCKERS * DUFFLE BAGS * TOWELS *

CAMPERS 7,
NOTICE

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Our Competition Can
Only Match Our Prices
When We Put Them In
Black & White . .
Our Competition Shops
Us. We Know You Should
Too.
Surplus City Where Your
Camp Dollars Go Further.

Jason H. Bodzin, M.D., F.A.C.S.

is pleased to announce that

William Kestenberg, M.D.

will be joining him in the practice of
General Surgery
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Specialized Nutrition Support

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Appointments: (313) 927-7171

FAX:

18161 W. 13 Mile Rd.
Suite A-1
Southfield. MI 48076

(313) 357-0228

6001 W. Outer Drive
Suite 310
Detroit, MI 43235

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SURPLUS CITY

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PERSONAL
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3766 W. 12 Mile C1900 N. Wayne Rd.
Westland
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721-2262
open 7 Days
548-5025
Army * Navy * Camping

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DISCOVER

VISA

* SWEAT CLOTHES * LAUNDRY BAGS *

FREE NEON SUNGLASSES

JULES R. SCHUBOT CORPORATE DIVISION

WITH ANY $ 20 camp purchase

3001 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 123 • Trov MI 43084

3 1 3 - 6 4 9 - 1 1 1 1

with coupon

The Handbag Gallery

BIG SALE

For insurance
call

SY WARSHAWSKY, C.L.0

6668 Orchard Lake Road
In the West Bloomfield
Shopping Plaza
W. Bloomfield
4.8033

50o/0 OFF H andbags

50% OFF

AlljeSlivirxr

32930 Middlebelt (at 14 Mile)
Farmington Hills • Broadway Plaza

Mon.-Sat /10-5 . 30

626-8068

OR POWER OUTAGE IS NO PROBLEM IF YOU
HAVE AN AUTOMATIC JET PUMP.
$149.50

H. B. LEWIS PLUMBING

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FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1990

Office Phone

See me for car, home,
life and health
insurance

Like a good neighbor. State Farm is there.

NIICHIGANFURNITURE RESTORATION

Owner: Samuel David Burwell

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SUMP PUMP failure

INSTALLATION AVAILABLE

626-2652

352-9350

An Antique Is A .Memory .. .
And One That Should Last Forever!

Call:

399-1104

1316 N. Edison

Royal Oak

Engineered like no
other car in the world"

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Call RICK GOULD
Estate Motors

644-8400

KKK Supporter

Loses Race

New York (JTA) — A Ku
Klux Klan supporter and
former leader of the Ameri-
can Nazi Party was defeated
by a black real estate agent
recently in a landslide vote
in the Arkansas Republican
runoff election for lieutenant
governor.
The white supremacist
candidate, Ralph Forbes,
had received a 46 percent
plurality in the first round of
voting in May, just short of
the majority needed to clinch
the primary.
But in the runoff, he
received a mere 4,431 votes,
only 14 percent of the total,
giving his opponent,
Kenneth (Muskie) Harris, a
sweeping victory.
Arkansas is the home of
the Covenant, the Sword and
the Arm of the Lord, an anti-
Semitic and racist extremist
group under investigation
by the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation, as well as the
home-base of Thom Robb
and the Knights of the Ku
Klux Klan.
Forbes had managed the
1988 presidential campaign
of another white
supremacist, Louisiana
State Rep. David Duke, and
orchestrated the World
Peace Day Crusade in 1981,
which sought the release
from prison of Nazi leader
Rudolf Hess.

Sotheby's Sells
Jewish Artworks
For Big Bucks

Jerusalem (JTA) — Collec-
tors paid six-figure sums re-
cently for works by interna-
tionally famous Jewish ar-
tists at an auction at
Sotheby's Tel Aviv gallery.
The top price, $220,000,
was fetched by Moise Kisl-
ing's vibrant painting of a
vase of scarlet and white
tulips dating from 1948. It
went to a Swiss private col-
lector.
The same buyer laid down
$159,000 for another Kisl-
ing, a blue-eyed Nude with
Spread Arms painted in
1928.
An anonymous bidder paid
$209,000 for a stormy land-
scape painted in 1923 by
Chaim Soutine.
Most of last week's sales
fetched prices well above
estimates.
A gracefully tortuous
bronze sculpture by Ossip
Zadkine, The Messenger,
went for $154,000, and a se-
cond Kisling nude, a
redheaded woman reclining
on her back, went for

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