100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be under copyright. If you decide to use any of these materials, you are responsible for making your own legal assessment and securing any necessary permission. If you have questions about the collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library at bentley.ref@umich.edu

January 14, 1994 - Image 37

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-14

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

rsr

ss

lr

Announcing the formation
of Comerica Securities.

PLO Chief
Seeks Aid

Sydney, Australia (JTA) -
The Palestine Liberation
Organization has asked the
government of Australia to
finance its office here, claim-
ing an acute shortage of
funds.
Ali Kazak, the PLO's
Australia representative,
said his office might be forc-
ed to close because of the
cutoff last June of funds that
had been supplied by the
organization's Tunis head-
quarters.
A government spokesman
said Mr. Kazak's request
will be examined, but noted
that there appeared to be
little the government could
do to assist the PLO.
He said the government
has in the past made finan-
cial concessions to diplo-
matic missions here, but the
gestures are generally made
on a reciprocal basis.
Along with the request to
the Australian government,
Mr. Kazak has circulated a
letter to "friends and sup-
porters" of the PLO, re-
questing donations of up to
$3,500 to help clear debts,
pay staff and contribute to
the local office's operating
costs.
Mr. Kazak claimed his ap-
peal came at the direction of
"President" Yassir Arafat,
the PLO chairman, who had
asked him "to call on all our
friends and supporters to
help alleviate our current
difficulties, which we hope
will be temporary" and were
due to "the savage economic
war Israel is conducting
against the Palestinian peo-
ple."
Greg Sheridan, foreign
editor of the daily newspaper
the Australian, has called on
the government to reject out-
of-hand Mr. Kazak's call for
assistance.
"Traditionally the PLO
has been lavishly funded by
Arab countries scared of its
vicious terrorism and happy
to use it as a weapon against
Israel," he said.
"It lost much of that fun-
ding when it stupidly sided
with (Iraqi President)
Saddam Hussein after he in-
vaded Kuwait," he said.
"If PLO headquarters in
Tunis couldn't be bothered
funding an office in
Australia, too bad.
"It would be preposterous,
and morally offensive, for
Canberra (the Australian
capital) to give it any finan-
cial assistance whatsoever,
whether money or cheap
premises," Mr. Sheridan
said. 0

Comerica Securities, a subsidiary of
Comerica Bank, is a full-service brokerage and
investment firm offering the following
products and services to institutional and retail clients:

Short-and long-term Investments

rf

Stocks

Corporate bonds

Mutual funds

Precious metals

Municipal bonds

Public Finance

Public offerings

Private placements

Y.r

Syndication and trading

Cash defeasances

Corporate Finance

Private placements

Mergers and acquisitions

Industrial Revenue Bonds

Comerica Securities

(313) 222-0093
(800) 292-1300

Comerica Securities.
Member NASD, SIPC.





-

A Grand Celebration

for Doll Lovers

SAVE 10%•30%

on 100's of Beautiful Dolls

Madame Alexander, Effanbee,
Gotz, Corolle and Many More!

Plus . . .

ANTIOUES: Bisque, China, Composition,
Unusual Hard Plastics, German Jointed,
Terri Lee, Shirley Temple & More!

CONTEMPORARY, TRADITIONAL AND
FRINGED LAMPSHADES • WIDE SELECTION
OFF IN STOCK

20%

LEADED GLASS
TIFFANY SHADES

30%-50% OFF

Large Selection

3947 W. 12 Mile
Berkley

Don't Forget! Bring In Your
-1 Lamp For That Perfect Fit.

NEWBERRY SQUARE
14 Mile At Haggerty

(3 13) 543-3115

slums • TWFANY • arrs

HOLIDAY HOURS Sun. 12-5,
M,T,W, Sat. 11-7, Th. & Fri. 11-9

669-2440

Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30, Fri. 10-8
(conveniently located near 1-696)

A UNIQUE
OPPORTUNITY

Not Likely to Be
Repeated Soon!

(ends 1/29/94)

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan