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March 31, 1967 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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THE JEWISH NEWS

I College Exams in Canada
Conflict With Passover

The Best of Everything

By Danny Raskin

NAME OF THAT good chef at TED AND ED MAZUR are the
Delmonico's on Farmer, is Spiro new owners of McInerney's fine
Sciberras . .. He knows his food restaurant out Northwestern Hwy.,
and puts the knowledge into effect. just N. of 12 Mile Rd.... McIner-
JUST THREE ITEMS make up ney's, famous for family-style
the menu at little Volare Bar-B-Q chicken dinners throughout the
and Pizza, owned by Tony Paloz- years, is still being kept in this
zalo, 1025 St. Antoine, near Lafa- tradition by the Mazur brothers,
yette . . . It's a little place, mainly
for carry-out and delivery, but six with no change whatsoever in the
tables, seating about 24 people tender, juicy taste of the dish
are on hand for those who want everybody loves from litttle guys
'n' gals to mom and dad . . .
their food right then.
Nothing like a nice drive on those
beautiful Sundays coming up and
stopping at Melnerney's for that
LARCO'S
delicious chicken .. .
Fine Italian-American Cuisine
Deliciously Prepared for the
AMAZING HOW THE crowds
Discerning Taste
flock out to the 24 Karat on Tele-
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TORONTO (JTA) — Efforts are
being made here by the Central
Region Joint Community Relations
Committee, representing Bnai
Brith and the Canadian Jewish Con-
gress, and the Hillel Foundation
at the University of Toronto to
eliminate conflicts between exami-
nations scheduled for late next
month, and the celebration of Pass-
over.
Most of the colleges in this prov-
ince of Ontario have indicated that
they would make some arrange-
ments to eliminate, the conflicts.
However, the faculty of arts and
sciences at the University of
Toronto is keeping to its scheduled
timing of the examinations.
Certain students, the Jewish or-
ganizations were informed, will
be able to take their examina-_
tions at a later date at a fee. The
Jewish organizations are con-
tinuing to work out arrange-
ments that would not conflict
with the Jewish holidays.
At McGill University, in Mont-
real, students who will not be able
to take examinations on the set
days will be "invigilated" at Hillel
House for more than 48 hours, writ-
ing the examinations before sun-
down on the day preceding the
first night of Passover and finish-
ing after sundown following the
second day of the holiday.
The Jewish organizations stated
that the conflicts are more serious
than usual this year ',ecause of the
lateness of Passover, which does
not start until sundown of April 24.

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LBJ Asked to Check on U.S. Subsidy
to Anti-Israel 'Friends of Middle East'

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Res- to American organizations which .
ponding to indications that the . are engaged in public action or
Central Intelligence Agency, des- propaganda on the American
pi'e recent disclosures, may be scene." There is no better exam-
continuing subsidization of the ple. Rabbi Bernstein continued, "of
anti-Israel American Friends of the unwisdom of this practice than
the Middle East, Sen. Hugh Scott, the grants to AFME."
Pennsylvania Republican, asked
President Johnson to "bring an
immediate halt" to such financing. I
Sen. Scott asked the President
to end the flow of public funds to
"an organization whose principal
objective is to conduct anti-Israel ADAMS
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OPEN 11:00 A.M.
and to conduct activities that run '
"THE HAPPENING"
counter to the stated objectives of
Everyday: 11:40, 1:50, 3:55, 6:05, 8:15
American foreign policy."
and 10:30.
Naming the 10 foundations that
Road
dispensed CIA funds covertly to CAMELOT ' Warren a,
AFME, Sen. Scott told how AFME
Special Selective Engagement of
Roger Hammerstein's
financed Arab students who con-
ducted anti-Israel propaganda
"THE SOUND OF MUSIC"
campaigns at over 100 American Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer
colleges and universities.
MON. THRU FRI.: Doors open 7:00;
Shown 8 p.m. WED. AND SAT.: Matinees
He asked the President to at
2 p.m. SAT. EVE.: 6:00, 10:00. SUN.:
"bring an immediate halt to any 1, 5:00, 9:00. Tickets available at box
office
mail orders. Matinees at
U.S. government funds that are 2 p.m., and
every day till April 2.
going to AFME and similar or-
ganizations, through whatever
At Grand Circus
conduit," as well as to order an GRAND CIRCUS Park. WO 1.3240
investigation on the full amount
Open 10:45
of U.S. government money that
"IN LIKE FLINT"
has gone to AFME and the pur-
poses for which this money was FRI., SAT. AND SUN.: 11:15, 3:10, 7:05,
MON., TUES., WED.: 11:05, 2:50,
spent. The senator quoted a 11:05.
6:35, 10:25.
number of anti-Israel and anti-
"THE NAKED PREY"
Zionist statements by the AFME
director.
FRI., SAT. AND SUN.: 1:25, 5:20, 5:20.
MON., TUES., WED.: 1:05, 4:50, II:40
At the same time. Sen. Scott

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In letters to President Johnson
and Secretary of State Dean Rusk,
Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein, chairman
of- the committee, questioned the
wisdom "of any secret subsidies

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2 p.m. every day till April 2.

The American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee also urged the ad-
ministration to terminate the Cen-
tral Intelligence Agency's subsidy
to American Friends of the Mid-
dle East.

Rabbi HENRY E. KAGAN,

of

Roger Hammerstein's

However, a spokesman for the
USIA denied reports about censor-
ship of books in the Damascus lib-
rary.
The spokesman added that some
Syrian users of the library "might
be taking such liberties," as ink-
ing out the word "Israel" in a
book, noting that such a situation
was beyond American control.

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—currently provide the musi-
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Friday, March 31, 1967-31 .

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