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December 26, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-12-26

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The HIGHEST
Money Market Rate
in the
Detroit Metropolitan Area
Among Major Financial Institutions
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Children love to celebrate it.
But the holiday is not just for
children. It has a message for
adult Jews too. Religious lib-
erty must always be guarded.
The torch of freedom must
never go out. The Maccabees
started the first revolt in his-
tory for the principle we
cherish today in our democ-
racy: freedom of worship, free-
dom of conscience, freedom to
be Jews wherever we are.
The Torah portion read in all
synagogues this week em-
phasized this eternal truth.
When Joseph went looking for
his brothers pasturing their
flocks and was asked what he
was looking for, he replied, "I
seek my brothers." All of us
seek our brothers. At this
Chanukah season, we seek to
rededicate ourselves to our
brothers, our fellow Jews,
whether they be in North
America, the USSR or in Is-
rael. Wherever they live, they
are our brothers who celebrate
this week the festival of
Chanukah.

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Though seeds for the
newly-developed, mildew-
resistant cantaloupe have
been used in cross-breeding
research by others — they
were discovered more than 40
years ago in Calcutta, India
by U.S. Department of Ag-
riculture scientists — it was
Dr. Yigal Cohen of Bar-Ilan
and his colleagues who iso-
lated the resistance factors
that enabled them to produce
melons that taste good. Ear-
lier experiments with this
seed had resulted in a melon
that was bitter and not fit for
human consumption.
"Our research must always
take the consumer into con-
sideration," Dr. Cohen said.

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