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May 22, 1992 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-22

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EXPANSION

ed a particularly warm
welcome from the
300,000-strong Korean
community. Korean busi-
nessmen, who have largely
taken over the inner city
stores once owned by Jews,
6 were hit hardest during the
rampage and see themselves
as its principal victims.
"They (the Koreans) want to '
learn how the Jewish com-
munity is organized, how it
functions and raises funds,"
Rabbi Fields said. The se-
cond task force, focusing on
the Jewish community itself,
is headed by Harold
Schulweis, a leading Con-
servative rabbi, and Rabbi
Laura Geller of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Schulweis said in an
interview that the aftermath
of the riots presents an op-
portunity to reverse the in-
' sular and inward-looking
preoccupation of American
Jews with just their own in-
terests and to recapture "our
noble tradition of compas-
sion for the stranger."

We're expanding into 2 stores at the Crowley Center. In order to
complete our expansion we must sell off most everything including
better quality designer dinettes, formica bedrooms, original paintings,
prints, center pieces, wall units & mattresses at
incredible savings!

v

Nir °CrfT"ili



E.C. Funds
For Palestinians

Brussels (JTA) — The Eu-
ropean Community's Ex-
ecutive Commission has au-
thorized a $15 million grant
to improve economic and so-
cial conditions for Palestin-
ians in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip.
The grant was announced
here three days after the
conclusion of a conference on
Middle East economic devel-
opment, chaired by the E.C.
It was one of the five
multilateral meetings on re-
gional problems held in
various capitals within the
framework of the current
Arab-Israeli peace talks.
Israel boycotted the
OP
Brussels meeting because
Palestinians from outside
• the West Bank and Gaza
Strip were present.
An E.C. commission
spokesman said that the
grant was earmarked for
about 20 projects aimed at
creating jobs and revenue in
the industrial and
agricultural sectors of the
Israeli-administered ter-
ritories, as well as for im-
proving public services and
local Palestinian institu-
tions.
It will also finance health
0 and educational services, es-
pecially high schools and
professional training.
The E.C. has been suppor-
ting economic development

in the territories since 1987.
It left vague the issue of
grants for Palestinian
residents east of Jerusalem.

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Hurry! Many designer one-of-
a kinds! Designer on staff to
assist you. Charge cards welcome.

Watch for the Grand Opening
of our 2nd store expansion in the
Crowley Center coming soon!

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