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August 31, 1973 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-31

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Vegetables Get a New Lease on Life

JERUSALEM — A modern
method for preserving the
quality of agricultural pro-
duce, mainly vegetables, has
been developed by Dr.
Ya'acov Amir, senior re
searcher at the Agricultural
Research Authority.
Wl'ile investigating means
to prevent sugar from turn-
ing into starch during the ag-

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ing of agricultural produce,
Dr. Amir found that spraying
plants with a certain chemi-
cal checked the aging pro-
cess. Experiments have re-
vealed that spraying wheat
fields with this chemical
helps to increase production.
According to the research-
er, this method opens new
avenues for improving agri-
cultural produce and increas-
ing the crops of starch-pro-
ducing cultivations, such as
beans, peas and corn.
Several kibutzim have
sprayed corn fields with this
simple chemical with encour-
aging results.

I

Y outh News

Campers Strike for Extra Week

The Lubavitcher Rebbe
came to the rescue of Gan
Israel campers last Sunday,
when the youngsters went on
strike to demand an extra
week of sports and learning.
The picketing followed
dedication ceremonies — the
climax of four weeks of
camping.
With the camp program
ending the following Tues-
day, the boys realized they
would have one week re-
maining before beginning the
school year.
Rabbi Shmuel Fogelman,
the camp director, said he

Friday, August 31, 1973-29

Arabs, Jews Clash in Jezreel Prison

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Ten
prisoners were injured and
hospitalized following a clash
between Arab and Jewish
prisoners in the Shatta Prison
in the Jezreel Valley.
Security forces from sur-
rounding areas were alerted
and sped to the prison. There
was no necessity, however,
for their intervention.
The Arab prisoners agreed
to return to their cells but
the Jewish prisoners refused

I to return. They demanded
that they be separated from
the Arab prisoners.
An investigation team en-
tered the prison to find out
the reason for the clash.

telephoned the Lubavitcher
Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M.
Schneerson, to ask his ad-
vice.
The Rebbe ordered an im-
Tap, Ballet, Acrobatic
mediate end to the strike
Ages 3 thru High School
and an additional week of
r
camping for Gan Israel, said
A LEARNING
Rabbi Fogelman. To defray
NURSERY PROGRAM
the expense, the Rebbe said
Ages 3 thru 5
a
he would pay half the cost,
Art
Linkletter
reflecting his concern for the
Larry Freedman
education of Jewish children
•Schools
2 Locations
this summer, according to
SEIKO 'gEIKO'll
Orchestra and Entertainment
Fine Jewelry & Gift Items for r ei
the camp director.
Royal Oak & Southfield
Graduation, Weddings & Z",1
other Special Occasions
The Rebbe also distributed
CALL 588-0300
a
dollar to each Jewish
Free Busing, Too!
0%39- ee.-
camper under Bar or Bat
st ,y...0
20811 W. 8 Mile
Mitzva age throughout the
world, with a letter instruct-
between Southfield & Telegraph
WATCH HEADQUARTERS
ing them to add their own
Complete Selection Fine Jewelry
pennies and give the tzedaka
LET DAVID WACHLER AND
TEL-EX PLAZA
to any charity other than
25263 Telegraph, Southfield, Mich.
SONS
REDESIGN YOUR
opposite Tel-Ex Cinemas in Mall
Lubavitch institutions.
Our Promise To You:
Phil Stone—Manager
The
Rebbe
said
the
camp
SUSAN
ROSENTHAL,
Deal with the PRECIOUS STONES"
WORN-OUT OR OUTMODED
BETTER r SR•Ial
T daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
programs should be extended
357-0320
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repar
JEWELRY.
MANY BEAUTIFUL
David Rosenthal of Tavistock so that immediately after re-
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Tr., Southfield, was among, turning from camp the child
CONTEMPORARY AND
206 Michigan State Univers- would resume learning the
TRADITIONAL
DESIGNS
ity Students admitted to the following day, hopefully in
honors college summer term. day schools.
ON DISPLAY.

The honors college is open
Photo Party Favors
to students who have attained
WINNERS OF THE MOST COVETED
sophomore standing with a
HONORS IN JEWELRY DESIGN
For Your Guests
THE DIAMONDS INTERNATIONAL
high academic average. Miss
In Minutes
AWARD AND FIRST PRIZE IN THE
Rosenthal is a 1972 graduate
Including the New
AMERICAN DIAMOND JEWELRY
Roney Yitzhak Tutnauer,
of Oak Park High School.
COMPETIl ION.
son of Rabbi and Mrs. Moshe
PHOTO MUG
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Tutnauer of Jerusalem, cele-
Youth Urged : Hold brated his Bar Mitzva re-
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cently at Beth El Congrega-
to Ideals of Israel
Photo Keychains
Buttons and Mirrors
STARLIGHT, Pa. (JTA)- tion in Phoenix. His mother
:'4700 NORTHWESTERN HWY AT
David
Blumberg, president is the former Margery Wein-
10 MILE AND EVERGREEN IN THE 1 (
541-2004
garden of Detroit. He is the
OF
AMERICAN SAVINGS ETUIL DING
of Bnai Brith, urged 350
SOUTHFIELD. MICHIGAN
grandson of former Detroiter
youngsters attending the In-
TELEPHONE
Mrs. Dorothy Weingarden
MICHIGAN BANKARD MAST( RCHARGE
ternational Convention of the
Mary Gahan (former owner of the
and the great-grandson of
Bnai Brith Youth Organiza-
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AN APP,'IN T Mt N
Mrs. Charles A. Smith of
Leisure Beauty Salon)
tion here "not to abandon Southfield.
the ideals and moral prin-
is at
ciples which inspired the
founders and pioneers of Is-
rael."
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"As Israel's standard of
with
living rises," Blumberg told
the group which included a
You'll look no further than this light and lively shoe with
32-member delegation from
deep crepe sole. Town & Country tops it with perfectly
Israel and others from the
22133 Coolidge, near 9 Mile, Oak Park
U.S., England and Canada.
planned plush patches, to coordinate beautifully with
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"let it not too, as the United
everything casual you wear. In combinations of brown
States, become fat and lazy
or black.
and yield to a sense of
emptiness and vapidity as
we have here."
Blumberg said the Water-
Town 8, Country Shoes
gate affair was demon-
strating America's strength.
"The American people have
demanded to know the truth
and as this truth emerges,
this country will emerge
stronger, freer and more
vigilant in defense of those
ideals which we associate
with its founders and pio-
neers."

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FEATURING A COMPLETE LINE
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APPAREL THRU SIZE 14

NEW YORK — Sixty-seven
American Jewish youth from
all parts of the country will
leave for the Habonim Work-
shop in Israel Wednesday to
spend a year on a kibutz.

ALBERT A. KRAMER has
been re-elected to a three-
year term on the representa-
tive assembly of the State
Bar of Michigan. The as-
sembly, highest p o 1 i c y-
making body of the State
Bar, creates policy for ap-
proximately 13,000 attorneys
licensed to practice within
Michigan. Kramer also has
been re-elected for the third
year to the board of direc-
tors of Michigan Blue Shield.
He serves as legal counsel
to the committee on insur-
ance of the Michigan House
of Representatives.

Mere Jai/ion Starts

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MALL

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and Lasher Rds.
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Southfield
Orchard Lake Rd.
North of Maple Rd.
. West 13.1.opmfi el d
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