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September 01, 1989 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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very high degree of central-
ized control. The government
owns more than 90 percent of
all available land, controls
most of the nation's invest-
ment capital and is Israel's
largest employer. Ironically,
this economic domination,
which has led to the bureau-
cracy that the Finance Minis-
ter finds so objectionable, was
put into place in the 1950s
and 1960s by his own Labor
The decision of the govern-
ment to go ahead with Peres'
plan, despite its doubts, is bas-
ed on the desperate state of
the national economy and the
urgent need to create new,
well-paying jobs. Inflation is
down to about 20 percent from
its record three digit high of
the mid-1980s, but prices re-
main extremely high. The
most inexpensive frozen beef
sells for $5.00 a pound, a local-
ly made television set runs
about $500.00 and tiny Euro-
pean cars cost upwards of
$10,000 — all in an economy
where the average worker
takes home well under $1000
a month.

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year.

May the coming

year be filled

— NAME —





with health and


happiness for

to all
our friends
and relatives.

all our family

and friends.

— NAME —



— NAME —




We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year.

— NAME —



These are samples of the personal
greetings being offered. They will
be published in the Rosh Hashanah
issue of The Jewish News,
Sept. 29, 1989.
DEADLINE: Wednesday, Sept. 20

All greetings arriving after the deadline will appear
in the following week's edition.

To All Our
and Friends,
Our wish for a
year filled with
health and prosperity.


Shimon Peres:
Fighting bureaucracy.

Even worse, nearly 150,000
people are out of work — fully
ten percent of the work force.
And, in many outlying
development towns, that
number is closer to 20 per-
cent. As a result, many young
people now head for the big
cities when their military ser-
vice is completed, and others
leave the country altogether.
Last week, to dramatize the
fact that college tuition here
costs more than in New York
State, a group of students set
up a mock registration desk
for undergraduates wishing to
transfer to New York univer-
sities. "It was only a
demonstration," said one of
the leaders, "but we were
flooded with calls from people
who wanted to actually sign
up. It was shocking." ❑

— NAME —

A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family.

May the New Year Bring
To All Our Friends
and Family — Health,
Joy, Prosperity
and Everything
Good in Life.


Please insert my New Year's
Greeting #

Check enclosed (circle one):
5 37.75
5 15,00
5 26.50
5 85.75
5 49.00
5 67.00
5 99.50

$6 7


May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

SEND TO: The Jewish News Greetings
20300 Civic Center Dr., Suite 240
Southfield, MI 48076.4138


(Please print name to appear In greeting)




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