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

December 21, 1984 - Image 60

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-12-21

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

60

Friday, December 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Ash /n Jeweler

NEWS

BACK IN BUSINESS!!!

Fine Jewelry & Watch Repair

26001 Coolidge

545-5114

Oak Park

Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10-5
Closed Saturday

-

Mid-East Pastry Delights

Everything on special this month.

We have the finest cakes, nuts and pastries including many different flavors of
baklava with nuts, lady fingers with pistachio nuts, Bird nests with pistaChio nuts, and
half moons, many roses with walnuts and cashews. Come try our fabulous desserts.

WE CATER TO WEDDINGS, PARTIES &
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS

8230 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237

545-7111

Member Detroit Area Retail
Kosher Meat Dealers Assoc.

Sun., Dec. 23rd thru Thurs., Dec. 27th

Empire

FRESH FROZEN TURKEY DRUMSTICKS
69c per lb.

Breaded

CHICKEN WITH MEAT PATTIES
$2 ■ 99 per pckg. 3/4 lb.

Cohen & Son Kosher Meat Market
26035 Coolidge, Oak Park
Dexter Davison Kosher Meat Market
24760 Coolidge, Oak Park
Harvard Row Kosher Meat Market
21780 W. 11 Mile Rd., Southfield
Franklin Kosher meat
5564 Drake Rd., W. Bloomfield

Northgate Kosher Meat Market
25254 Greenfield, Oak Park
Louis Cohen & Sons
New Orleans Kosher Meat Market
15600 W. 10 Mile, Southfield
Singer's Kosher Meat Market
13721 W. 9 Mile, Oak Park

.

MORE PURE MEAT FOR YOUR MONEY AT YOUR MEMBER MARKETS

New tactics pushed for the PLO?

Italy urges diplomatic approach

Rome (JTA) — Italy will
encourage the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization whenever it
employs diplomatic means to
achieve the Palestinian right to
self-determination but will con-
demn it when it resorts to "unac-
ceptable methods," Foreign
Minister Giuglio Andreotti told
the foreign affairs committee of
the Italian house of representa-
tives last week.
Andreotti spoke in reply to
sharp criticism from opposition
members of Parliament, notably
Republican Giorgio La Malfa who
presided over the session. They
objected vigorously to the meeting
Andreotti and Premier Bettino
Craxi had with PLO chief Yasir
Arafat in Tunis earlier this month
— at the initiative of the Italian
leaders.

La Malfa noted that Arafat is
"not the heaad of a government
but a representative of a political
movement for many years con-
nected with acts of armed battle in
the territory of a State friendly to
us (Israel) and above all he has not
yet completely abandoned his use
of the language of arms — if it is
true that in a declaration pub-
lished the day after Arafat's meet-
ing with 'Italian government
representatives, he declared that
the rifle remains the only means
for obtaining the liberation of
Palestine."
Andreotti was called before the
committee to explain his conten-
tion that the PLO, in the past
year, has shown definite signs of
moderation. He said that the

Prices Good
12-21 thru 12-27
BUY A LITTLE,
BUY A LOT.
YOU SAVE EITHER WAY!

Also Carry
NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION
Gourmet Foods
31170 Southfield & 13 Mile Rd. 644-0477

We

CORNERS Shopping Center

Monday thru Saturday 10-9, Sunday 12-5

meeting of the Palestine National
Council (PNC) in Amman Jordan
last month — convened by Arafat
— was "a politically important
though not a decisive turn in the
history of the PLO."
Andreotti added that his and
Craxi's "meeting with Arafat
convinced us that the fulfillment
of the Palestinian right to self-
determination must be
encouraged every time the PLO
makes an effort to use diplomacy,
while it must be condemned when

these aspirations are defended by
unacceptable methods.
"The foundations of diplomacy
that lead. to cooperation between
Israelis and Palestinians are
based on reciprocal recognition,
evacuation from the occupied ter-
ritories and creation of confedera-
tive ties between Palestinians
and Jordanians," Andreotti said.
The latter is similar to one of the
points of President Reagan's Sept.
1, 1982 Middle East peace pro-
posals.

Improved ties urged

Rome (JTA) — An "absolutely
privileged" position must be given
the Jewish community and tradi-
tion in interreligious dialogue,
Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini of
Milan told the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency here last week.
He also spoke of how interpreta-
tions of Biblical text injurious to
Jews can be removed from Chris-
tian teaching.
Cardinal Martini was inter-
viewed after releasing to the press
a new Papal dialogue, a "post-
synodal apostolic exhortation on
reconciliation and penance"
which examines conflict in
human society on all levels.
He explained to the JTA that
three of the four Biblical passages
claimed as basic source material
for the Papal document — Genesis
3, Genesis 11 and Psalm 50 — are
passages from the Jewish scrip-
tures, clear evidence, he said, of
Christianity's Jewish heritage.
The Cardinal recalled the
statement he made last July at a
meeting of the International Con-
ference for Christians and Jews at
Vallombrosa, on the necessity "to
remove tendentious or injurious
interpretations of Biblical texts
from Christian teaching." Asked
how, in light of the new Papal
document's stated aim of "promot-
ing sincere ecumenical dialogue"
this could be implemented, Mar-
tini said he believed it must be
done on two levels.
One was "the idea of dialogue
. . . the capacity to understand the
other's values and point of view.
And this is true — a fortiori — in a
sense of absolute privilege for the
Jewish community and for the
Jewish roots of Christian his-
tory."
He pointed out that "passages of
the Old Testament are at the basis
of this vision of man." The second
level, according to Cardinal Mar-
tini, is centered around the
catechism.

"It is within catechistical
(teaching) that we must work at
the enlightenment . . . Catechism
must be presented with care, with
attention, with precision, bound
to the word of God. As guidelines
we already have, for example, the
norms laid down by the
Secretariat for Christian Unity
which are an invitation to this
type of catechism, and which can
be applied through the indica-
tions in this document of apostolic
exhortation," the Cardinal said.
"It seems to me," he added,
"that these are the two lines we
must emphasize in our progress

toward knowledge, throwing light
on ambiguities — if only in ter-
minology — and then in giving
full value to the Jewish heritage,
to Jewish culture, to Jewish com-
passion and piety."
The Papal document examines
conflicts between peoples, be-
tween religions and social classes.
It emphasizes individual respon-
sibility as opposed to the passive
acceptance of evils by shifting the
blame on abstractions such as
"society" or "class.'
While the document admits
that injustice everywhere and in
every form must be fought, it does
not consider hate or violence as
admissible.

Israel bars
German's entry

Jerusalem (JTA) — Israel has
barred entry to Brigitte Heinrich,
member of a delegation of the
West German Green Party, plan-
ning to visit Israel during their
tour of the Middle East. Heinrich
reportedly had been convicted in
Germany for cooperating with the
Palestine Liberation Organiza-
tion.
The Green Party, which won
representation in the Bundestag
for the first time last year, is re-
garded as pro-Arab and un-
friendly to Israel. Its delegation is
due here next week but the
Foreign Ministry plans to keep
the visit as low key as possible.

Three injured
in bus bombing

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A hand gre-
nade tossed at a bus near a veget-
able market early Monday eve-
ning sent three people to the hos-
pital for treatment of slight
wounds and shock. Police cor-
doned off the area in central Tel
Aviv to search for the assailants.
The bus was waiting at a stop on
Hashmonayim Street outside the
wholesale vegetable market at 7
p.m. local time when a grenade
flew over the wall that surrounds
the market. Eyewitnesses said
they saw several men running
from the scene. All the bus win-
dows were shattered, littering a
wide area with broken glass.

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan