THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
ALL AT DEEP
29212 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
South of 13 Mlle
rael. The Reagan Administra-
tion, of course, does not want to
be undiplomatic and remind
King Hussein that his own
country of Jordan is nearly 80
• percent of Palestine and was es-
tablished in 1946 as a home for
Arabs; or that Palestinian Arabs
constitute the entire population
of his country. Nor do they want
to tell the King that his ally,
the PLO, is a criminal organiza-
tion, a tool of his fellow Arab
states that he and they set up to
murder Jews and to destroy Is-
rael. Diplomats don't say things
like that, even if it is true.
As all arms dealers know, the
proper thing to do to keep your
good an generous customers
happy is to treat them right and
give them what they want. So
the Reagan Administration,
using their economic
stranglehold, is pushing Israel
to surrender to Arab demand
and give up their defensive lines
— the mountain ridges along
the Jordan River and the Golan
Heights and even part or whole
of their capital city, Jerusalem
— and to leave the mid-section
of their country only nine miles
While we try to weaken Israel
so it will be almost impossible
for them to defend themselves,
we arm her enemies to the teeth
with our most deadly weapons.
Our leaders will call it "peace,"
but the results are inevitable.
While we look the other way to
carefully ignore what goes on
the Arabs will wage a war of at-
trition. Then finally all the
Arab armies will combine, as
they have done before, and
using the great military might
they got from us and from our
European allies and from the
Soviet Union, they will make an
all-out assault. And maybe, just
maybe, Israel, by some miracle,
will again survive.
Does it have to be that way?
Can we somehow get the world's
great powers to control their
greed and stop the Arab build-
up of arms? It is either that, or
another bloody Israel-Arab war
will surely come, irrespective of
any so-called peace agreement.
Open 7 Days
West Bloomfield Plant
Call* at 10 Mile
Opel Daily 9 to 6
Ordure Lake R. S. if Wile
Open Daily 9 to 6 Sat 11 to 5
Tel Aviv (JTA) — Several
hundred sailors from visiting
ships of the United States Sixth
Fleet used their shore leave in
Haifa last week to lend a help-
ing hand to sick or elderly
Men from the USS Jesse
Brown volunteered to paint the
children's ward at Rothschild
Hospital. They decorated the
walls with characters from the
Disneyland menagerie and
Superman. Other seamen toured
rundown neighborhoods to clean
and paint the homes of invalids
and other shut-ins.
ld ca OtO
29119 Northwestern Hwy. • Southfield
Franklin Shopping Plaza • 358 2333
Hours: Mon-Thurs. 9-7
Fn. 9-6, Sat. 9-5
! 1 roll of FUJI film
RODNICK & UNGER
— an is ma as am Ma 11111>11111
For all occasions
roll per coupon
the opportunity to purchase any
new car at tremendous savings!
taltll makes, including imports.
yTop dollar for your trade-in.
V Immediate delivery of in-stock
vehicles or order the car of your
Dealer reduced interest rates when
22 years experience.
6 BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Vol. 1 & 2
I The Jewish Book of Why &
Book of Why
by Alfred Kolatch
in slipcase) 1*
good with coupon only
Expires Nov. 29, 1985
Hebrew Book & Gift Center
11 Mile & Lahser, Southfield
Harvard Row Mall
Open All Day Sunday 356 6080
NEW & USED CAR BROKER
CALL US AT (313) 851-9700
TE CHNI ON- Chapter 11 ;:f4
ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INC.
Save a Small Fortune!
25% to 75% Off
S OCIETY FOR
31471 Northwestern Hwy., • Farmington Hills, MI 48018
HOUSING IN ISRAEL
THE PROBLEM OF HIGH COSTS
TECHNOLOGY AND BUILDING METHODS
NEW ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPTS
guest speaker . . .
SHALIAH, Detroit Jewish Community Center
B.Sc in Architecture and Town Planning, Technion-
Israel Institute of Technology
Chief Architect, Jordan Valley Planning Dept. in Israel
member of Kibbutz Afikim
10 00 5 30
Thursday 10 00 8 30
program moderator . . .
• member of the Detroit Chapter, National and Interna-
tional Boards of Directors, Technion Society.
• industrialist and land developer
• one of the founders of the Detroit Chapter, American
Friday, November 15, 1985
1:45 p.m. - Wednesday
UNITED HEBREW SCHOOLS
21550 West 12 Mile Road
Exciu ri ng loose stones watches. and labor charge',
brute m. weiss
One of a Kind Custom Designed Jewelry
26325 Twelve Mile Rd.
Southfield Michigan 48034
In the Mayfair Shops
Southeast Corner At Northwestern Hwy.
The equipment problem is worsening as equipment becomes older and
budgets are reduced. The dangers confronting experimental science are
very severe. The funds available for the purchase of equipment is not
sufficient to meet all of Technion's needs.
YOU CAN HELP EDUCATE ISRAEL'S "BRAIN-POWER" BY .. .
• contributing to the Technion Equipment Fund
• donating hi-tech equipment, computers and instruments
(in good working condition and current models)
FOR INFORMATION, CALL THE TECHNION SOCIETY OFFICE