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April 27, 2006 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-04-27

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Auction Dates

Friday, May 5th

Auction begins at

6:30

Friday, April 28th
Saturday, April 29th
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Auction begins at I 1:00 a.m.

Sunday, May 7th

Auction begins at Noon

LOT# 2002

TIFFANY STYLE LEADED GLASS "DAFFODIL" COFFEE TABLE,
H 17 3/4", W 66" SQUARE.

LOT# 2152

SAPORITI, ITALIAN LEATHER ARMCHAIRS, PAIR,
WITH OTTOMANS, 4 PCS.

Part of a large collection of contemporary Suede and leather
designer furniture featuring SAPORITI, KNOLL a HERMAN MILER

LOT# 2001
TIFFANY STUDIOS LEADED GLASS HANGING SHADE, 'DAFFODIL', C 1915, H is 1/2", DIA 28"

LOT# 2041

22"

FRANK MEISLER, LIMITED EDITION PEWTER RELIEF PLAQUE,
'JERUSALEM WALL', 1982, 18" X so"

409 E. JEFFERSON DETROIT, MI 48226

TEL 313 963.6255 FAX 313.963.8199

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April 27 • 2006

4IN

Protest from page 19

Preview Dates

p.m.

LOT# 2015
LALIQUE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER FRAME, H 10", DIA

.

They said they are the only party
that would close U.S. borders to
• illegal immigrants and that they
would present candidates for politi-
cal office in 2008.
They vilified Jews, communists
and internationalfsts and the coun-
ter-protesters as well.
"This spoiled minority, this
brainwashed minority, is not
America," spokesman Bill White
said about the counter-protesters.
"They're a militant terrorist organi-
zation and their hangers-on!"
As the neo-Nazis spoke, several
hundred counter-protesters, who
had stayed outside the closed-off
section, beat on drums and shout-
ed to drown out their words.

Punches Thrown
Supporters of the neo-Nazi group,
which is based in Minneapolis,
were hard to find on the public
side of the chain-link fence, though
perhaps a dozen came out. In some
cases, they came under attack from
counter-protesters.
When the Nazi supporters left
their designated area inside the
fence, people in the crowd rushed
them — with some getting in
punches.
Police had to rescue several
people.
"He is racist scum, and we
kicked his butt so he would have to
leave," one member of the crowd,
who declined to give his name, said
after he and others had chased a
neo-Nazi supporter.
Vaughn Martin and Sam Gendi,
of London, Ontario, were in
Lansing to check out Michigan
State University, where Martin will
play football next year.
They got sidetracked into the
crowd of counter-protesters and
watched in disbelief as the neo-
Nazis spoke.
"Do they not know that America
fought Germany in World War II?"
Gendi asked. "Did they not get the
memo?"
Martin was similarly disturbed.
"This is messed up:' he said.
"This stuff shouldn't even exist
right now," he said.
"This country is what it is
because of everybody." ❑

(Jewish News staff writer Harry
Kirsbaum and State Journal staff

writer Nicole Geary contributed to this
story.)

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