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

October 27, 1995 - Image 71

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-10-27

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

Ears Don't Come With Volume Controls.

George B. Moser, M.D.

Why Should a Hearing Aid?

is pleased to announce his new associate

Until now, if you wore a hearing
aid, your index finger was almost
always poking at your ear! Adjusting
the volume up — the next moment
turning it down. All just to listen
comfortably to changing loudness in
everyday sound situations.
Now there's Multi-Focus®. The
"hands free" hearing aid. No volume
controls. No remote controls.
MultiFocus uses microchip technolo-
gy to automatically adjust comfort-
able volume to your sound environ-
ment. Making listening with
MultiFocus' easier... without manu-
al controls.

Italian Rightists
Honor Victims

Rome (JTA) — A delegation
from Italy's right-wing Nation-
al Alliance Party, which traces
its roots back to Fascist dictator
Benito Mussolini, paid homage
to victims of the Holocaust at
the former Auschwitz concen-
tration camp.
Italy's Jewish community
welcomed the gesture, but said
the visit should be followed by
firm efforts by the National Al-
liance to get rid of anti-Semitism
among party supporters.
"A visit to Auschwitz is always
instructive for everyone, and the
awareness that a visit by a Na-
tional Alliance delegation shows
is a positive development," Tul-
lia Zevi, president of the Union
of Italian Jewish Communities,
said in a statement.
But, Ms. Zevi added, the fact
that sharply anti-Semitic ma-
terial was distributed at a re-
cent National Alliance rally in
Milan indicated that the party
needed to take firm action to
prevent similar incidents.
Paying symbolic homage at
Auschwitz, she said, had to be
followed by "hard and unequiv-
ocal facts."
According to a National Al-
liance statement, a delegation
of five senior party officials trav-
eled to •Auschwitz, on the 52nd
anniversary of the Nazi depor-
tation of Jews from Rome.
The delegation laid a wreath
to mark the anniversary.
In the Auschwitz visitors'
book, delegation leader Marco
Zacchera left a message in the
name of National Alliance leader
Gianfranco Fini stating that the
delegation's visit was "a symbol-
ic gesture to show awareness of
the immensity of pain and hor-
ror the Holocaust caused the
Jewish people."
Mr. Fini was in the United
States that day.
The visit to Auschwitz is seen
as part of Mr. Fini's continuing
efforts to distance his party from
its fascist roots and to enable it
to form part of Italy's main-
stream political right.
Mr. Fini founded the Nation-
al Alliance last year to replace
the neo-Fascist Italian Social
Movement, which he led for
years and which was founded af-
ter World War II by former fas-
cists loyal to the memory of
Mussolini.
The National Alliance formed
part of the center-right coalition
government headed by Prime
Minister Silvio Berlusconi that
was in office for seven months
last year.
While Mr. Berlusconi is cur-
rently fighting charges of
bribery, Mr. Fini emerged from
that period as one of Italy's most

MultiFocus

by Oticon

CRUZ HEARING AID SERVICE

Call today for a
Hearing Consultation.

(810) 424-8454

18899 W. Twelve Mile Rd. • Lathrup Village

Note: Not all people with hearing difficulty arc candidates for hearing aids. The benefits of amplification may vary among users.
Consult your hearing care professional for advice.

Frederick D. Bartholomew, M.D.

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Drs. Moser and Bartholomew offer
comprehensive, personalized women's
health care:
• annual exams and Pap smears
• menopausal counseling and treatment
• hormonal replacement therapy
• advanced surgical services
• contraceptive counseling
• nutrition and exercise counseling

George B. Moser, M.D.
Frederick D. Bartholomew, M.D.
511 Pierce Street
Birmingham, MI 48009

On staff at William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak
Call today for an appointment

(810) 645-0840

Dr Bartholomew received his
medical degree from Wayne
State University School of
Medicine, and his residency
training in obstetrics and
gynecology at Providence
Hospital in Southfield.

*Prices reflect
solid colors

SHOWROOM HOURS:

2599 Crumb Rd., Commerce Tw • . • 669-0066

* * *



*. • • •

• • • • • • • • • • 0 •




:TAKE THE

DIRECT

ROUTE TO SAVINGS!
:AO% - 60% OFF EVERY DAY

EYEGLASSES, CONTACT LENSES & EYE EXAMS

ghe anis. king gouch

1204 S. Woodward, Royal Oak (Just North of 696)

Furniture
FREE In-Home Estimates
Refinishing,
Upholstery
Fabrics,
and Restoration Custom Paints,
Wall Coverings
and Window
Treatments /9

.

(810) 553-8270 •

31531 W. 13 MILE ROAD ■ FARMINGTON HILLS
SW CORNER OF ORCHARD LK. RD. • WESTBROOK SHOPPING CENTER
Immo
IMI= IONE
- MUM MN MEM MIN

PROGRESSIVE LENSES
I NO BIFOCAL LINE.
L

EXPIRES 11/30/95

PAIR

IMMO

ttttttttttt.

tttttttttttt.

810-548-9515

71

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan