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December 13, 1968 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-12-13

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Restrictions Set by Israel on Arab Traffic

JERUSALEM (JTA)—Severe re-
strictions on freedom of movement
of Arabs between the occupied ter-
ritories and Israel proper went into
effect Sunday. The restrictions are
intended to reduce vehicular traffic
drastically and thereby reduce the
chances of explosives and other
sabotage material being smuggled
into Israel in trucks, buses or cars

Best Wishes For A Happy
and Joyous Hanuka

Mr. Gene's Barber Shop

4320 N. Woodward

549-6996

Royal Oak, Mich.

Happy Hanuka To All Our
Friends and Customers

CAESAR'S
PIZZERIA

Carry Out Service Only
I 69 1 8 W. Seven Mile
at Ferguson

838-8073

Holiday Gretings

FEDERAL CARPET
CLEANING CO.

3301 Puritan

UN 1-3500

Detroit, Michigan

Holiday Best Wishes

Manufacturers Steel
Company

2162 Clay
TR 5-5676

HAPPY HOLIDAY

POWELL
PRINTING CO.

Letterpress — Offset
2545 Waverly
TO 6-8130

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from the West Bank. Explosives!
that killed 12 persons in the Ma-
bane Yehuda market in Jerusa-
lem last month were believed to
have been smuggled in by truck.
Beginning Sunday, checkpoints
were established on all entry points
to Israel from the West Bank and
the Gaza Strip, and the issuance of
personal and vehicular passes was
drastically curtailed. Traffic from
East Jerusalem to the western sec-
tor of the city also must stand in-
spection. Private cars and taxis
traveling between the West Bank
and East Jerusalem are banned
from passing through West Jerusa-
lem although buses are permitted
to use West Jerusalem streets
under the new regulations. The
same ban applies to private vehi-
cle passing through Jerusalem
between points in the occupied ter-
ritories.
All vehicles must have special
permits in addition to their occu-
pants' travel permits. The latter,
which were previously issued al-
most without restriction and rarely
inspected, will be issued now on a
very limited basis. Permanent
passes will be issued only to "trust-
ed dignitaries" — clergymen and
some Arab officials—and to speci-
fied drivers of vehicles carrying
citrus to loading ports in Israel or
other produce. Arabs entering Is-
rael for business purposes will be
issued passes good for only one
day and will be required to adhere
strictly to the route of travel to
their destination specified in their
permits. No travel permits are
likely to be issued for purposes
other than business, according to a
military government spokesman,
unless the traveler uses a public
bus.
The travel curbs between the
West Bank and Israel followed new
restrictions last week on vehicular
traffic across the Allenby and Da-
miya Bridges which link the West
Bank with Jordan. Trucks carrying
goods are required to unload their
cargoes for inspection. The goods
must be transported by porters on
foot to the opposite bank for re-
loading. The restriction has already
brought the hitherto brisk trade
between the West Bank and Jordan
to a virtual standstill. Private ye-

Hanuka Greetings

R.E.T.S. ELECTRONICS SCHOOL

925-5600

1625 E. Grand Blvd.

"Visit Our New Home"

Happy Hanuka

BILL MONETTA'S 0-SOLE-M10 RESTAURANT

13631 W. 9 Mile Rood
at Coolidge, Oak Pork

LI 6-8200

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Holiday Greetings

STAN LONG
PONTIAC

10450 Grand River, near Oakman Blvd.

Season's reetings

Thomas Goodfellow, Inc.

Machinery Movers, Riggers, Erectors
Heavy Specialized Carriers

"Over 50 Years On The Move"

5201 Twelfth Street

TY 4-0661

52—Friday, December 13, 1958

THE DETROIT JR/SHIMS

Our

Hanuka Greetings to AU
hides are not permitted on the
Friends and Customers
bridges and their occupants must
cross on foot. The new measures
are also expected to reduce the
number of Arab laborers from the
American and Italian Food — Steaks — Chops — Sea Foods
Cocktail Lounge — Private Room for Banquets and Parties
occupied territories seeking em-
ployment in Israel. Jobseekers
TO 9-6040, TO 9-8759
18300 Woodward
must apply for work at any of the
Betwen 6 and 7 Mile Rd. — Porking Facilities
six labor exchanges which Israel
opened on the West Bank. Those
selected will be issued travel per-
The Staff of
mits by the military governor.
Israeli officials held out the hope
that the restrictions will be tem-
porary. They are, according to
Wish You A Happy Hanuka
observers, as much a psychological
Announcing new hair stylists:
measure as a precaution against
Josephine Rada — David Cumming — Louise Hernandez
sabotage. They are intended to
543-2211
15411 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park
show the Arabs that life can be
made uncomfortable for all if ter-
rorism is allowed to continue. The
Israelis believe that Arab marau-
ders could not operate effectively
Holiday Greetings
without the tacit cooperation of
the local population, but they are
reluctant to impose collective
Eastland
Westland
Northland
Downtown
punishment on the residents of the
10670 Grand River and 11978 E. Warren, Detroit
occupied territories.
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4940 Schaefer at Michigan, Dearborn

VANELLYS

BRENT'S HAIR FASHIONS

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Gov't. Might Repatriate
`Peaceable' Deportees

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan said in the
Knesset Monday that the govern-
ment would consider applications
for repatriation from persons ex-
pelled to Jordan for subversive
activities if it thought their return
would contribute to peace and re-
lieve tension.
Gen. Dayan said applicants
would have to sign a commitment
to refrain from illegal activities
and not to disturb public order.
Such a commitment had already
been signed by one deportee,
Leikha Shehabi of Jerusalem.

Jewish Conciliation Board
Reports Increase in Caies
Reflecting Stresses of City

NEW YORK, (JTA) — The Jew-
ish Conciliation Board of America
heard more cases involving inter-
marriage, desertion, drug addic-
tion and marital difficulties during
the past year than in any other
year since its founding in 1920,
according to the board's report.
The Jewish Conciliation Board
adjusts and conciliates disputes in-
volving Jewish individuals and or-
ganizations through a panel of
judges and experts who hold ses-
sions regularly. It also maintains
a social service department that
settles family problems privately.
The report said the upsurge of
cases of types that in previous
years were rare among persons
seeking the board's help "mirror
the conflicts and stresses of the
city." There were also many more
referrals from the civil courts and
from attorneys.
The board held 20 sessions and
adjudicated 96 cases in the past
year. It also settled many other
cases and conducted 937 inter-
views. Some were referred to
other agencies better suited to
handle them, the report said.
Among the cases which wer
considered unusual was one in-
volving a dispute between a frater-
nal society and a widowed member
who was remarried to a non-Jew.
The society refused to continue his
membership and sought to deprive
him of the burial plot he had pur-
chased.
The conciliation board panel
agreed unanimously that the soc-
iety could not deny the man mem-
bership or his plot under its own
bylaws. Both sides accepted the
terms of a settlement proposed by
the panel.

Oakland Mall Shopping Center, Troy, Mich.

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Happy Holiday Greetings.

KLIP & KURL BEAUTY SALON

Reba Paske, Prop

Hair Cutting — Permanent Waving — Tinting
Hours: Tues. & Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; FrL 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
LI 8-1155
8440 W. 9 Mile Rd., Oak Park
353-2173
29111 Greenfield, Southfield

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LAFAYETTE STEEL CORPORATION

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Extends Its Heartfelt Best Wishes

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for a Happy Hanuka

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584-6888

6837 Wyoming, Dearborn

Best Wishes For A Happy Hanuka

LARCO'S

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Best in American and Italian Foods

UN 2 6455

7525 W. McNichols

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Wishing You A Happy Hanuka

MIAMI BAKE SHOPPE

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Foreign Currency Reduced
JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Israeli
reserves in foreign currency have E
been reduced within the last three
months by $58,000,000, i t was
revealed here by qualified sources.
The same sources disclosed that
the current reserves in foreign cur-
rency in Israel amount to $742,-
000,000. A spokesman for the
Bank of Israel, who corroborated
this information, added that one of
the reasons for the reduction of
foreign currency in Israel is the
increased imports from abroad.

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Happy Hanuka to All of Our
Friends and Customers

Henri Phillipe

107 Townsend

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647-5445

Birmingham, Mich.

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Happy Hanuka

NORTHLAND BUILDING MAINTENANCE, INC

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Norman Tarockoff
Eugene Bortnick

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Holiday Greetings

THE WALTER CARROLL COMPANY

Painters - Decorators Since

1907

13900 Blackstone

Happy Hanuka To All Our
Friends and Customers

PARADISO CAFE

Fine American-Italian Foods

17630 Woodward, near 6 Mile

537-4466

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