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July 01, 1994 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-01

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Sherwood Studios
Expands Gift Department

Finding the perfect gift is
easier than ever before!

ituated in the heart of West Bloom-
field on Orchard Lake Road at
Maple Road is Sherwood Studios –
a fourth generation family-owned
business.
With the recent remodeling and
expansion of Sher-
wood's Gift Depart-
ment, they now offer
a much larger
selection of unique
and unusual gifts
along with beautiful
accessories for the
home.
But, of course,
some things haven't
changed. The friendly and experienced
staff is always there to greet you. They
know how much it means for you to be
completely satisfied. Not just with your
purchase, but with courteous service
and a smile as well.
Every item in the gift department is
always 30% off and gift wrapping is
complimentary.
Sherwood has always been known
for its beautiful designer furniture and
accessories, as well as for their outstand-
ing staff of interior designers.
And now, the bigger and better gift

department ... a store within a store ...
has a gift for every occasion ... from
bridal showers, weddings, anniversaries,
birthdays, graduations, Bar Mitzvahs,
Mother's Day, Father's Day ... to just
something for that 'special someone'.

Just to mention a few, there's elegant
crystal, beautiful sculptures and vases,
perfume bottles, one-of-a-kind meno-
rahs, fabulous lucite and stainless serv-
ing pieces and hand-crafted items,
office accessories, picture frames and a
whole lot more.
Whatever the occasion, you are sure
to find what you are looking for in the
Sherwood Studios Gift Department.
Don't you think you owe it to your-
self to stop in at Sherwood for all your
gift giving? It's worth it!

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Anti-Semitism
Via Computer

New York (JTA) — Jewish
groups are highlighting the role
of computer networks and other
high-tech means of communica-
tion in promoting anti-Semitism.
"The growth area in 'antise-
mitica' in the 1990s is the dis-
semination of racist and
anti-Semitic propaganda by elec-
tronic means," according to "Anti-
Semitism World Report 1994," a
270-page document issued this
week by the Institute of Jewish
Affairs, the research arm of the
World Jewish Congress.
`Phis extraordinary growth in
electronic fascism is one impor-
tant feature of the increasing in-
ternationalization of the far
right," said the report, a sum-
mary of anti-Semitic trends and
incidents in 70 countries during
1993.
A similar finding is contained
in a report to be published soon
by the Project for the Study of
Anti-Semitism at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity in cooperation with the
Anti-Defamation League and
with the assistance of the Israeli
government's committee that
monitors anti-Semitism around
the world.
"We view with great concern
the international links of ex-
tremist groups," said Dinah Po-
rat, director of the Tel Aviv
project, in a statement announc-
ing the pending report.
According to the Tel Aviv Uni-
versity report, increased inter-
national cooperation, facilitated
by means such as electronic-mail
networks, is creating new types
of anti-Semitic activities and pos-
es additional threats to the Jew-
ish community.
The report registered with
alarm the use by anti-Semites of
such tools as video games and di-
rect mail to spread their message,
and the use of a computer
diskette containing detailed in-
structions for preparing bombs.
The report from the WJC's In-
stitute for Jewish Affairs noted
that the electronic dissemination
of anti-Semitic material, hardly
mentioned in its 1992 edition, has
become a major phenomenon.
Examples include the sending
of anti-Semitic material through
computer networks and bulletin
board systems, the distribution
of racist and anti-Semitic com-
puter games, the production and
distribution of video cassettes,
racist telephone networks and
hot lines, public access television
channels and radio programs.
The WJC study found that in
Sweden, there are least 15 to 20
active neo-Nazi computer bulletin
boards.
And in Austria, the class pres-
idents of two schools in Vienna
were sent computer disks fea-
turing propaganda denying the

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