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

April 05, 1985 - Image 33

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-05

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

amoomr

Friday, April 5, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BORENSTEIN'S

Passover greetings From

[ ALL HARRISON LUGGAGE OUTLET

[ Luggage — Business Cases — Small Leather Goods — Handbags

BOOKS, GIFTS, RECORDS AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES

EVERYTHING EVERYDAY 20-50% OFF
3116 W. 12 Mile • Between Greenfield & Coolidge • 545-7393

Everything for the Jewish home, synagogue and school. Largest selection of Kosher wine

25424 Greenfield Rd., Oak Park, MI 48237 (313) 967-3920

Jews Criticize
Japan Barriers

New York (JTA) — An organ-
ization combatting the Arab
boycott of Israel will launch a
drive to expand trade relations
between Japan and Israel which
have suffered because of "wide-
spread compliance by Japanese
companies with the dictates of the
Arab boycott."
Kenneth Bialkin, chairman of
the International Steering Com-
mittee in Freedom of Trade With
Israel, announced the undertak-
ing in London last week. He said it
would seek to eliminate Arab-
induced trade obstacles imposed
by Tokyo. The committee is com-
posed of Jewish organizations
such as the American Jewish
Committee, the American Jewish
Congress and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai
B'rith — of which Bialkin is
chairman — and bi-national
chambers of commerce in 17 coun-
tries, including the U.S., Britain,
France, Belgium, Holland, West
Germany and Israel.
Bialkin, who is also chairman of
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Organizations,
maintained that Japanese com-
pliance with the Arab boycott, at a
time when its effect are on the de-
cline in most countries, is
detrimental to Japan as well as to
Israel.
He noted that Japanese com-
panies presently refrain from sell-
ing consumer items such as auto-
mobiles to Israel and that
Japanese imports of Israeli goods
"are regrettably very small."
Japan is losing out on a lucrative
market, Bialkin said, noting that
Israel is rapidly becoming a major
manufacturer in high technology
industries.
He announced that a subcom-
mittee would consult with Ameri-
can, European, Israeli and
Japanese businessmen and con-
sider a visit to Japan.

AWACS Faces
New Hurdles

Washington (JTA) — The Se-
nate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee unanimously approved last
week a requirement that before
any AWACS are delivered to
Saudi Arabia President Reagan
must certify to Congress that the
Saudis have contributed to the
peace process in the Middle East.
The requirement was proposed
by Sen. Alan Cranston (D-Calif.)
as an amendment to the Foreign
Aid Bill which was adopted by the
Committee. When the Senate ap-
proved the sale of the AWACS in
1981 Reagan sent a letter to then
Majority Leader Howard Baker
(R-Tenn.) saying that before de-
livery he would certify that the
Saudis had been helpful in the
peace process as well as several
technical requirements to protect
the security of the technology in
the AWACS.
The first five AWACS are
scheduled to be delivered in
January. The Cranston amend-
ment would now make Reagan's
promise a requirement under law
if adopted by the full Senate and
the House. Rep. Michael Barnes
(D-Md.) is introducing a similar
amendment in the House.

ENJOY

SABBATH SERVICES

AT CONGREGATION

B'NAI DAVID

L

'414111111 ",
For those who
want the finest custom
furniture at. . .
AFFORDABLE PRICES
The simplest cube to the most intricate wall
unit built to your specifications by meticulous
craftsmen.

CHILDREN ABSOLUTELY WELCOME,

FEEL THE WARMTH, THAT YOU WILL
EXPERIENCE ON HIGH HOLIDAYS

Selections for every room in your home or of-
fice in fine woods, laminates, marble, glass and
specializing in. . .
OUTSTANDING LUCITE DESIGNS

VLI

ct(400.4!

MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE AT

24350 SOUTHFIELD RD.
FOR INFORMATION CALL
MR. FERBER 557 8210

354 -4126

Brian Kaye D.P.M.

-

FREE

Initial Consultation and
Blood Pressure Screening

MEDICAL
& SURGICAL
FOOT SPECIALIST

TREATMENT FOR
ADULTS AND CHILDREN










50% OFF!

Foot and ankle conditions
Bunions • Heel Pain
Warts (Hands & Feet)
CornWCallouses
Diabetic Foot Care • Ingrown Nails
Circulatory Problems • Fungus Nails
Senior Citizen Maintenance Program
Emergency Appoinments

33130 W. 12 Mile Rd.
(Near Crowley's)
Farmington Hills

Dr. Brian Kaye

553 -0575

24 hr. answering service

Member of Michigan
Podiatric Medical Assoc.
Member of American
Podiatric Medical Assoc.

Most Insurance Plans Accepted As Full Payment

The Cultural Commission of

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID
invites you to participate

ISRAEL AFTER LEBANON
THREE PERSPECTIVES

11 :00-12:00 Presentation
10:15 Continental Breakfast
"The Arab-Israel Peace Process: An Analysis"
SUNDAY
Wolf Blitzer, Chief Washington Correspondent,
APRIL 21st
Jerusalem Post

SUNDAY
APRIL 28th
SUNDAY
MAY 5th

"Healing Israel's Economy: Diagnosis and Prognosis"
Hon. Emanuel Zippori, Consul General of Israel to the Mid-
west.
"Ethnic and Religious Tensions in Israel"
Wendy Orent, Ph.D. Candidate, Dept. of Anthropology, Univer-
sity of Michigan

at

CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID

Southfield, Michigan
24350 Southfield Road
557-8210

Question and Answer Period

No Charge

The Community is Invited

33

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan