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September 09, 1983 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

There seems to be a con- last, there remains nothing
stant decay of all our ideas; to be seen.
the print wears out and at
— John Locke

Kibutzim Developing Industrial Base

DINNER THEATRE AT

From Israel Scene

HYATT REGENCY Cs DEARBORN

JERUSALEM — Tradi-
tionally, the main activity
on kibutzim has been in the
area of agriculture.
More recently, the kibutz
has undergone a radical
move towards indus-
trialization, and today the
average kibutznik is as
likely to be found working
in industry as in farming.
The .230 kibutzim have
established some 350 indus-
trial enterprises with a total
work force of 17,500, of
whom almost 80 percent are
kibutz members.

JIMMY LAUNCE PROductions
presents

Judith Ross's Comedy

AN ALMOST PERFECT PERSON

Group Rates and Performances Available
Reservations: 593-1234
Fri. & Sat. 8:30 P.M.

"THE CLUB"

2ND FLOOR

WISHING ALL OUR
FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
A HEARTY AND
HAPPY NEW YEAR

Seafood
seafood Tavern

TWELVE MILE
AT ORCHARD LAKE
FARMINGTON HILLS
553-7000

Friday, September 9, 1983 63

for kibutz members in such
diverse subjects as export
techniques, factory man-
agement and industrial
economics.

capital and industrial
equipment, as well as
overseeing the fair allo-
cation of these funds
among the kibutzim.

The KIA is also instru-
mental in securing in-
vestment funds, working

In conjunction with Koor
offices in many parts of the
world, it assists in exports

May you be inscribed in
the book of life for many
years of good health.

Industrial products
now account for over 50
percent of the total kibutz
output.

The export value alone of
kibutz industrial products
is expected to amount to
some $300 million this year.
The kibutzim have also
established a strong base in
the tourist industry. Thirty
guest houses and camping
sites for tourists have been
established on kibutzim.
To coordinate and pro-
mote these non-agricultural
endeavors, the Kibutz In-
dustries Association (KIA)
has been created. The
association's central
committee includes repre-
sentatives of all the kibutz
movements and acts as the
negotiating body in dealing
with the government and
other organizations. It also
runs educational programs

and sales. Recognizing that
small kibutz industries do
not always have the re-
sources to carry out their
own research and develop-
ment, the association has
also taken on the function of
a scientific clearing house.

DETROIT

Italian-American Dining At It's Finest

Wishes its customers
and friends
A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

Jack and Harriet, Sheila, Steven and Diane Goldberg

Wish our many customers, friends and relatives

11- lealthy and I- IdPPY New Year

STAGE

Delicatessen & Restaurant

&co.

• Cocktails

ON THE BOARDWALK

Orchard Lake Road, South of 15 Mile Road

855-6622

Thank you for the overwhelming response since our opening, Nov., 1982. We will continue to serve
consistently unique food which has been our trademark for almost 21 years . . . still using the finest
corned beef from Kelly Corned Beef Co., of Chicago, distributed by K. Lefkofsky Co., of Detroit.

We will close Wed., Sept. 7 at 3 p.m.
And reopen Sat., Sept. 10 at 9 a.m.

Our Hours For The Holidays

We will close Fri., Sept. 16 at 3 p.m.
And reopen Sun., Sept. 18 at 9 a.m.

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