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October 18, 1985 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-18

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60 Friday, October 18, 1985

THE DETROIT:JEWISH NEWS

SUPER BREAKFAST SPECIAL

s ot MON. HMI SAT. 7 a.m.-11 a.m. SUN: e a.m.-1 p.m.

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• 2 EGGS (any style)
• 2 STRIPS OF BACON OR
2 LINKS OF SAUSAGE
• TOAST & JELLY

WIN Hashed Orms $ 11

$1.65)

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• 2 EGGS (any style) ti qa
• TOAST & JELLY Mc I. `P
• COFFEE

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Brangus Cattle In Israe

DINNER SPECIALS

INCLUDE ENTREE, ,
SALAD, POT.,
'BREAD & BUTTER



New York — The first ranch
for Brangus beef cattle outside
the United States is being estab-
lished in Israel through embryo
transfer from Texas. Israel,
which is number one in the
world in the production of milk
per cow, wants to become a cen-
ter for breeding the Brangus
and developing Brangus . ranches
in other countries.
Israel Rosen, an Israeli busi-
nessman who heads the Amira
Corp., the developer of the Bat-_
Shlomo Brangus Center of Israel
ten miles south of Haifa, says
that the project is likely to bring
Israel some $10 million in much
needed foreign currency from
the export of Brangus cows and
Brangus embryos in the next
three years. Brangus are part
Brahman and part Angus.
Rosen said, "A donor cow in
Texas is being injected with a
sperm of a $4 million Brangus
bull. At seven days old, the
Brangus embryo is flushed from
the donor cow. Each donor cow
might have as many as 20 em-
bryos. The experts choose the
best embryos, freeze them and
then ship them to Israel. In Is-
rael, at the Bat Shlomo ranch,
the embryos are implanted into
Israeli cows.

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DINNER SPECIALS OCT. 18-24

Good After 4 p.m.

YOUR CHOICE OF 4 DELICIOUS DINNERS:

75

•TURKEY W/Dressing
•LIVER & ONIONS
•LAMB RIBS
•BROILED WHITEFISH

INCLUDES: CHOICE OF SOUP OR SALAD,
VEG. OR POT. & BREAD BASKET

DAILY BREAKFAST & LUNCH SPECIALS

Export Future

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Israel Rosen shows off Brangus calves born in Israel.

400 Israeli-born Branguses,"
Rosen said. Noting that the
Brangus embryo's price is about
$9,000, Rosen said that he is
seeking American investors 'to
participate in the Bat Shlomo
Brangus Center. He said the
total cost of the project is over
$4.6 million and that investors
enjoy tax-deduction benefits in
the United States.
Rosen said the Brangus is a
superior breed that excels in
hardiness, beef quality, fertility,
docility and disease resistance.
He said that Israel is a perfect
location for breeding the •Bran-
gus since it breeds well in dif-
ficult hot climates such as the
Arizona desert.
The embryo implanting of
Brangus succeeds in Texas in
only 25 percent of the cases. In
Israel, the success rate has al-
ready reached 41 percent.
Rosen , disclosed that his com-
pany has already signed a con-
tract with the People's Republic
of China to provide it with 400
Israeli Brangus embryos in the
next three years. "We also have
contracts to develop Brangus
farms in the next few years in
Egypt, Turkey, Spain, Italy and
a number of South American
countries."
The 59-year-old Rosen and his
Amira Corp. have been syn-
dicating limited partnerships in
Israeli research and develop-
ment in hi-tech fields. In the
past five years he put together a
dozen projects, totaling about
$70 million.
Jetiish Telegraphic Agency

After nine months, the
"sabra" Brangus is born. After a
year, a Brangus calf is sold for
at least $40,000. Rosen said that
Bat Shlomo ranch has already
produced 46 Israeli-born Bran-
guses and that about 200 cows
at the ranch are presently pre-
gnant.
"By the end of 1986 we expect
to have at Bat Shlomo about

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SENIOR CITIZENS DISCOUNT 10% (Specials not included)

MOT Opens Glittering
Season At The Fisher

We Feature Beautiful Tray Catering

Special to The Jewish News

With this Ad....

• Great Lakes' Whitefish

With redskin potatoes & fresh vegetables

• Tenderloin Steak

Teriyaki or Blackened
with broubant potatoes & sliced tomatoes

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For Israel„TrIp

Diana Soviero as "Nedda" and JohnBrandstetter as "Silvio' in "I
Pagliacci."

are only....

• Dinners includes soup, salad,
dessert & beverage.

Good Sunday Thru Thursday

Offer Expires Nov. 10, 1985

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The Michigan Opera Theatre
opened its 1985-1986 season in a
new home last weeken#, and
gave glittering performances to
match its new surrounding
Moving to the Fisher Tater
from the Music Hall is another
step forward' in the MOTs 15th
season. Its schedule of operas is
also a major effort to provide
something for everyone.
The twin bill of Puccini's
Gianni Schicchi, a one' act' com-
edy sung in English, and the
melodramatic 1 Pagliacci by

Leoncavallo, sung in Italian
with English subtitles flashed
above the stage, will continue
through Saturday evening.

The 1985-86 schedule con-
tinues at the Fisher with the
romantic comedy Martha (Nov.
1-9) and Leonard Bernstein's
West Side Story (Nov. 15-Dec.
8).
In March, the MOT will move
to the Masonic Temple for three
performances of Puccini's
Turandot.

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The Institute for Leadership
Development of the Jewish
Agency in Israel is accepting
applicants, ages 217 39, who are
interested in serving as local
coordinators, responsible for re-
cruitment and orientation for a
trip to Israel. Applicants should
have Jeviish organizational ex-
perience'. Contact_ Lou Balcher,
Project Director, P.O. Box
16696, Philadelphia, Pa., 19139,
or call (215) 748-1228. Send a
short biographical sketch along
with two copies of a recent black
and white photo. -.. '

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