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May 24, 1991 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-24

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OPINION

FEDERAL FIREPLACE

ALL THE GOOD
STUFF'S ON SALE

THE VERY BEST QUALITY PATIO FURNITURE
See g qeei The 2vikizence

48" round tempered glass
top table, 4 sling dining
chairs, white on black, all
weather aluminum
construction. 15 year
warranty. Ref. 1064.00
Matching chaise, tea cart
& glider available. Free
delivery.

5 PIECE SET

SAVE
$31900

Homestead
Wind 1 or 2
Ceiling Fan

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No hum motor eliminates noise flutter - 3 speeds &
reversing rotation with 6 high
pitched blades. Several
finishes to choose from.

Ref. 455.50

The Finest Gas Grill You Can Buy!

PRO-CHEF

Natural Gas. 548 sq. inch porcelainized cast iron sear grids, cast iron flame
tamer, 42,000 BTU cast brass burner (w/15 year
warranty), doesn't need lava rock!

INTRODUCTORY OFFER!

557-3344

• PRIOR SALES EXCLUDED•

MARV
SAYS

CUSTOM
WALL
MIRROR
SPECIALISTS

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• TABLE TOPS
• STORM DOORS &
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• PATIO DOOR WALLS
REPLACED
• STORMS & SCREENS
REPAIRED

'Suggested List Price

BARBEQUE & PATIO FURNITURE

IS MD

SAVE FROM
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TUB & SHOWER
ENCLOSURES
MIRRORED
BIFOLD OR
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INSULATED 1
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In Pine Ridge Center • Novi Rd. at 10 Mile Rd.
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348-9300

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ESTABLISHED 1920

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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1991

There is no place for this
sort of thing. Convinced?
Probably not. So if this is
okay, maybe we should come
up with some other sayings
along the lines of "Born To
Shop." Why not put bumper
stickers on our cars that say,
"Kiss Me, I Have A Jewish
Nose" with a Magen David
in the word nose. Or a
sweatshirt that reads, "I
don't pay retail, I'm a Jew."
That's a cute one.

We should be offended if
we see a slogan with a black
person on a shirt with the
saying "Born To Steal" or
"Born To Play Basketball."
How about a Polish shirt

that says, "Born To Be
Stupid."
No. This is not what good
people want to do. My idea of
cute may be your idea of
offensive. But if I'm selling
cute to the public, I want to
make sure that no one is
offended. "Born To Shop" is
probably pretty tame to most
people, even Jews. But to a
people that sometimes gets
too comfortable with its
American assimilation just
50 years after six million of
its best and brightest were
murdered, "Born To Shop"
with Jewish stars or
anything like it is anything
but cute.
But the sad thing here, is
that the "Born To Shop" T-
shirt was not sold in a Chris-
tian or a secular shop. It was
in a Jewish one.



Ref. 479.99

SALE ENDS TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1991 AT 9PM • HOURS: MON-FRI 10AM-9PM • SUN 10AM-5PM

In F&M Plaza • Southfield Rd. at 12 Mile Rd.
1 mile north of 1-696

Continued from Page 7

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LOCAL NEWS

Nusbaum Chairs
JNF Testimonial

Irving Nusbaum has been
named general chairman for
the Jewish National Fund's
testimonial Dinner Dance
honoring Irving and Sarah
Pitt June 18 at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Mr. Nusbaum, last year's
dinner chairman for the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce, is chairman of
fund-raising and endowment
for Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses and
serves as the co-chairman for
the finance and budget com-
mittee for Jewish Home For
Aged. He has also served as
president, Detroit Men's ORT;
chairman of the Detroit
Chapter of American Friends
of Bar-Ilan University; chair-
man of American Friends of
Shaarey Zedek Hospital;
membership committee chair-
man of the Holocaust Memo-
rial Center of Detroit; and
board of directors, Orchestra
Hall/Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra. Mr. Nusbaum is a
member of the board of direc-
tors of: Jewish Family Ser-
vice; Southfield Arts Federa-
tion; American Board of
Overseers, Bar-Ilan Universi-
ty; American ORT Federa-
tion; Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies;
and Jewish Association for
Retarded Citizens (JARC).
Co-chairpersons for the din-
ner are: David L. Bittker,
Stuart M. Bordman, Michael
Brooks, George Grafe, Dennis
and Sandra Dembs, Dr. Ar-
thur and Rochelle Lieber-
man, Sol Moss, Owen Z.
Perlman, M.D., Peter A

Irving Nusbaum

Perlman, Herbert A. Pichler,
Mack Pitt, Murray and Ina
Pitt, Dr. Terry and Meryl
Podolsky, Nathan D. Rubens-
tein, Andrea Sachse, Robert
V. and Bluma Schechter,
Sherman Shapiro, Donald R.
Simon, Norton E. Stern, Joel
D. Tauber and Charles H.
Tobias.
The clergy advisory com-
mittee includes: Rabbis E.B.
Freedman, Harold S. Loss,
Norman T. Roman, M. Robert
Syme, Alon I. Tolwin, Paul M.
Yedwab and Cantor Harold
Orbach.
The Pitts will receive the
Keter Shem Toy — Crown of
Good Name Award. Proceeds
from the dinner will be used
to establish the Irving and
Sarah Pitt Home Sites Project
in Israel.
For dinner information, call
JNF, 557-7016 or 557-7059.

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