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December 03, 1993 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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CONTEMPORARY

• furniture
• lighting
• wall decor
• gifts
• silk florals
• interiors

RAYMOND WEIL

GENEVE

Bosnian Focus
In Postcard

The Holidays...
at Casual Living Modes

20% - 50% OFF our entire stock

* Gift Certificates

available

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living
modes

For the best in contemporary home furnishings
and accessories for over 39 years!

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(We're located 1/2 mile south of 1 696 on Woodward Ave.)

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ONLY 6 DAYS 'TIL
CHANUKAH!!

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HOURS:

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10-8 THURSDAY
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4301 Orchard Lake Road

Roslyn's Intimate Apparel

Inside Crosswinds Mall
(Corner of Lone Pine)

Applegate Square
Northwestern and Inkster Road

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539-1181

353-5522

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WHY?
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N. of Lone Pine, Next to Little Caesar's, Across the street from Crosswinds Mall

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Washington (JTA) —
Lafayette Park, across Pen-
nsylvania Avenue from the
White House, has for a long
time been the site of various
signs and placards calling
attention to problems
around the world.
The park recently became
the temporary home of the
"World's Largest Postcard,"
unveiled by a coalition of
Jewish and other groups
concerned with the situation
in Bosnia.
The 800-pound postcard,
measuring 10 by 14 feet, is
addressed to President Clin-
ton and urges him to take
stronger action to help the
civilian population of
Bosnia-Herzegovina.
On the back are signatures
and messages from hundreds
of people.
The postcard was initiated
by Temple Emanu-El of
Dallas.
For months, Jewish groups
have been involved in a co-
alition with Arab American,
Muslim and other groups
concerned about Bosnia.
The groups' main focus has
been the suffering inflicted
on Bosnia's Muslims by Ser-
bian forces, who have called
for "ethnic cleansing" in
Bosnia.
The coalition has pushed
for increasing humanitarian
aid to civilians in Bosnia and
for imposing severe diplo-
matic and economic sanc-
tions, among other mea-
sures.
But they have been
frustrated by what they see
as inaction from the Clinton
administration.
"My concern is that if we
are a laughing stock and our
word means nothing" in the
Serbian capital of Belgrade,
leaders in dangerous coun-
tries like North Korea and
Iran will not take U.S.
declarations seriously,
George Spectre, associate di-
rector for international,
governmental and Israel af-
fairs at B'nai B'rith, said in
an interview before the news
conference.
"There is no card large
enough, no message elo-
quent enough, indeed, there
are not enough words in the
English language, in any of
the world's languages, to de-
scribe the murders, the
rapes, the torture, the
atrocities inflicted daily
upon innocent civilians in
this war-shattered land,"
said Rabbi David Sapers-
tein, director of the Re-
ligious Action Center of
Reform Judaism. ❑

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