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January 04, 1985 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-01-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Letter

Continued from Page 4

thesis does not declare war on
private property and
capitalism. It takes a search-
ing look at Biblical precepts
anchored in social justice.
From that wellspring, it draws
the conclusion that this some-
times brisk, sometimes
endangered economy of the
United States must serve
people rather than demanding
that the advertising-titilated,
perplexed consumer be forever
slave to the economy.
In a sense, the Catholic
document reminds us that
housing and acreage are really
not the landlord's but the
Lord's. These tangibles must
serve the common weal, the
whole community, a part of
which grdws increasingly des-
perate and — hard hit by infla-
tion and unemployment —
poverty-stricken.
Advancing brave proposals
whose time has not only come
but should be heeded, the
Catholic blueprint hoists
Washington's trickle-down,
supply-side nonsense into the
circular file where it belongs
and calls for new priorities,
new compassion,. a new com-
pact for management, labor,
the people who train the minds
and the people who care for
souls.
Are the caring churchmen
who issue this challenge
bleeding hearts, as some will
charge? Well, with the mess
we're in, it's time to thaw out
so many frozen hearts.

$283

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ART WORK
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OPEN SUNDAYS 12-4
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ISRAEL'S Food Export Industries

Gold Place After Holiday

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4000 Town Center
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353-6363

WE SELL IT FOR YOU AND TAKE A COMMISSION WHEN THE SALE IS
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We also conduct In-house estate sales



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Friday, January 4, 1985

75% OFF * rtVi ESTYOCHKI N G

The Negev, Israel 's arid desert in the south, can turn into a major source of
veoetables and fruit exports, not only for Europe, but for United States as
well.
This success story is possible by the Israeli invention of drip
irrigation which allows the use of brackish waters available in the Negev.
The hot desert sun is a blessing for growing crops in winter.
Israeli farmers
in the Negev grow twice as much cotton per acre as American farmers in Arizona.
In Georgia farmers grow 1,120 kilos of peanuts per acre, while in the Negev

the yield is 2,600 kilos per acre.

Israel sets the best example of how to change a wasteland to life-supporting
land. Today there are 189 agricultural settlements in the Negev desert.

SAVE ON CHINA:

DANSK:Flora (Bayberry,Juniper),Generation,Sugar,
Spice,Tivoli (Belles Fleurs,La Tulipe),Concerto
(Adagio,Allegro)
MIKASA:Classic Flair,Muonbeams.Gabrielle,Footlights
LENOX:Castle Garden,Coral Blossom,Hayworth,
Blue Breeze
t Plus savings on Wedgwood,Hutschenreuther,Fitz & Floyd,
Villeroy & Boch,Royal Doulton,Block,Franciscan,Fabrik,
Viletta,Arabia
SAVE ON STAINLESS:Towle,Supreme,Gorham,Dalia,
WMF Fraser,Lunt,Reed & Barton,Kirk-Stieff,Gerber
SAVE ON CRYSTAL: aterford.Lenox,Stuart,Svend Jensen,
Atlantis,Mikasa,Spiegelau,Towle,iittala

guest speaker...

PROF. CHAIM MANNHEIM

■ Head, Department of Food Engineering s Biotechnology, Technion

■ Educated at Technion, Kansas State Univ., and Univ. of Illinois

■ currently on Sabbatical 'at Michigan State

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OPEN MON-SAT 10:00-5:30

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26263 West Twelve Mile Road
1st blk. E. of Northwestern Hwv.
Southfield, Mich. 48034
--44
(313) 358-4980
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Sale ends Feb. 2,198;40,

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Seven Arts features.

Robert Brody

• Board Chairman, Detroit Technion Chapter

• Family provided major research laboratory for Agriculural Engineering at
the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology

• President, Samuel Brody 2, Sons, Land Developers and Builders

7:45 p.m. - Wednesday

JAN. 16

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School

Documentary about Israel

program mo,lerator...

SAVE ON EVERY ITEM IN OUR STOCK!!!

*Percent off the manufacturers retail price. This is comparable to an additional
121/2% to 613 1h% off our regular low discount prices.

University,

of Packaging.

IN THE PAST

25

Cong. Beth Achim

on West 12-Mile Rd., East of Lahser Rd.

YEARS, ISRAEL INCREASED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION TWELVEFOLD

Technion produces 85% of Israel's engineering graduates

NEWS

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P, N.
0%).

El Al nixes
Romania flights

Tel Aviv (JTA) — El Al an-
nounced last week that it has sus-
pended its weekly flights to
Romania until the Romanian
authorities explain why
passenger boarding procedures at
Bucharest airport, in effect for
years, were suddenly changed last
month.
The old procedures were
promptly restored after El Al can-
celled a flight but no explanation
has been forthcoming. There was
no indication why El Al insists on
an explanation, or what pro-
cedural changes were involved. A
company spokesman, Nachman
Kleinman, refused to give details.
Israel's national airline has
maintained once-a-week service
between Tel Aviv and Bucharest.
The Romanian airline, Tarom,
flies to Israel twice weekly. For
the time being, El Al passengers
for Romania are being landed at
Vienna where they change to an-
other airline for the flight to
Bucharest.

-MEN
SHOES
EXCALIBUR

Everything

Must be sold with Savings of .. .

20% to 70% OFF

Inventory Liquidation of Quality Name Brand Men's Shoes!

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Sales ExcludedSHOES &

All SALES FINAL BOOTS

Location:
Orchard Mall • Orchard Lk. Rd.
N. of Maple • West Bloomfield
851-5122
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS

Bally
Bass
Blondo
Dexter
Fratelli
Freeman.

$ 1 11 990

French Shriner
Giorgio Brutini
Hippopotamus
John Weitz
Johnston & Murphy
Oleg Cassini

Pierre Cardin
Rockport
Raffaello
Sporto
Sebago
Zodiac

Values to

$180.00
1,8751/2 pairs

SPECIAL SALE HOURS:

MON.-WED.
THUR.-FRI.
SAT.
SUN.

11-8
11-9
10-6
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