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August 14, 1992 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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NEWS

GOLD
IMULNIODOIED SALLE

LOOSE DIAMONDS

141i
Gold

REG. SALE
.24ct . . . . 300.00 ....150.00
41ct .... 700.00 —.350.00
.86ct.
. .1,650.00 —.825.00
1.22ct. _2,000.00 _1,000.00

FANCY CLUSTER RINGS
,vt
1/4

REG. SALE
.30ct
. 550.00 ... 275.00
.40ct. . . . . 700.00
.350.00
.65ct _1,650.00 ... .825.00
.98d. _2,000.00 —1,000.00

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REG. SALE
. 700.00 ... .350.00
.32ct
.45ct.
. .1,000.00 . . .503.00
.90ct _2,030.00 —1,000.00
141ct .:.3,000.00...1,500.00

Reg ' $450
$900
$1F 5 1.0t $600

Cultured Pearls

1/2ct.

$ 1

1

REG. $400
NOW Si

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V. 41 Diamond

Pendant

YOUR CHOICE
REG. $600

Reg. $15000
$700.00 0

NOW $ 299

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1-FULL
CARAT

EARRINGS

SALE
.02ct ... 20.00... 10.00
.05ct. ... 75.00... 37.50
.10Ct ...120.00... 60.00
1/5ct _160.00... 80.00
1/4ct ...300.00 . . .149.00
1/3ct —400.00...199.00
1/2ct -.600.00 . . .299.00
2/3ct. —850.00...425.00
3/4ct. ..1,150.00. .575.00

YOUR CHOICE

REG. $1200

NOW

Valuable Coupon

TAK E $50 TAKE
AN
$ 20
EXTRA OFF EXTRA OFF

Many Styles
to Choose From

VALUE

19.99

16

Many Styles
to Choose From

14K GOLD & DIAMOND

5999

Huge Selection
of Pink Ice
From

One
Carat

1/4
CARAT

18

Reg. ® Inch
325.00 :Strand
of

YOUR CHOICE

REG. SALE
.48ct .. .1,350.00 .. .675.00
.54ct .. .1,500.00 . —750.00
.1,700.00 ... .850.00
.76ct.
1.31 ct . X4,000.00 —2,000.00

SIZE

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LADIES DIAMOND BAND

Many Styles
to Choose From

Continued from preceding page

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'Act. Diamond Anniversary Ring ....199
'Act. Diamond Anniversary Ring ... .287
'Act. Diamond Anniversary Ring ....375
3/4ct. Diamond Anniversary Ring ....599

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ding to Mr. Friedman's arti-
cle, had written a memo
detailing Mr. Carroll's
speech to a left-leaning Jew-
ish group in suburban
Maryland last year. That
memo, written in a way that
implied that there was
something almost subver-
sive in Mr. Carroll's atten-
dance at the event, ended up
in the hands of a prominent
Jewish activist who alleged-
ly shared it with the
publisher of the Jewish Week
— the reason Mr. Carroll
was eased from his job, ac-
cording to Mr. Friedman.
In fact, the memo sum-
marized the comments of two
journalists who spoke to the
Maryland group. The other
one was me.
My initial reaction was to
wonder what gives these
people the right to keep a file
on me, and perhaps to share
contents of that file with
people with whom I must
deal on a daily basis.
But the fact is, almost
every organization involved
in the political fray "keeps
files," as conspiracy buffs
like to say. Common subjects
are writers and editors, as
well as politicians and ac-
tivists representing oppos-
ing viewpoints.
And, if truth be told, these
groups have a right — some
would see it as an obligation
to their constituents — to
add to these files their
evaluations of these
speeches and stories.
But there are some tricky
distinctions here.
One involves how that in-
formation is acquired. Is it
taken from the public
record? Is it gathered by ac-
tivists who openly attend a
speech, for instance, and
take notes? Or is it obtained
by stealth — under false
pretenses, through decep-
tion?
The Friedman story alleg-
ed that some of AIPAC's in-
formation is gathered clan-
destinely — an unsavory
concept, and one that makes
me, as a reporter, uncomfor-
table.
But would it have made a
difference if the AIPAC
intern had publicly iden-
tified himself or herself
before my speech?
Another issue involves
how that information is
used. If that memo had re-
mained in the hands of
AIPAC professionals and of-
ficers, for their internal use,
I would have had no objec-
tions to its existence.
But what if it had been
distributed widely to Jewish
leaders in Washington?
What if it had been used in
an attempt to convince my

editor that my judgments as
a reporter were unreliable —
exactly what Mr. Friedman
alleges happened in the cased
of the Washington Jewish
Week?
In that case, I would have
been outraged, even though
I accept the fact that AIPAC,
like every other group
engaged in public advocacy,
has a legitimate interest in
monitoring the news and the
objectivity of the people who
report the news.
The critical issue is that a
journalist can, and should,
be judged by what he writes
and the publication he edits.
That public record, built up
over time and easily docu-
mented, should weight far
more heavily than a remark
made at a less than formal
presentation.
Even so, Andy Carroll's
comments at that gathering
were moderate and respon-
sible. If, as the Friedman
story suggests, the memo
detailing our speeches was

The Friedman
story alleged that
some of AIPAC's
information is
gathered
clandestinely.

used to force him out of his
job, it represents an
outrageous kind of "guilt by
association" argument that'
has no place in organized
Jewish life.
Again, fine lines — easily c_
crossed in the heat of the -
game, but deserving of extra
care by journalists and ac-
tivists alike.
The Jewish community
has a responsibility to vigor-
ously pursue the issues it
cares about in the political
arena. And this means using
the tools commonly accepted
by the political community,
tools that may not appear in
the pages of high-school
civics books.
But the Jewish community '-
is also a moral community.
As such, it has a respon-
sibility to continually reex-
amine its political behavior
through the lens of Jewish
law and tradition and
morality.
Politics and ethics are not
easy partners. But the Jew-
ish community has a special
responsibility to constantly
strive for some kind of bal-
ance. That goes for Jewish
groups who man the tren-
ches in Washington — and
for Jewish journalists.



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