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March 25, 1977 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Elderly
Will Keep Jobs

NEW YORK (JTA)—A
successful battle to assure
federal funding for 65 el-
derly employes of the Jew-
ish Ag.sociation for Services
for the Aged so they could
continue to serve thousands
of elderly Jews has been re-
ported by Bernard Warach,
JASA executive - director.
The jobs of the employes
were threatened by the
02 ;heduled termination of
nding from Title X of the
federal Public Works and
Economic Development
Act, created to employ
older persons, Warach said.

Friday, March 25, 1977

Hospitality at Passover is...

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Morocco Return
of Jews Denied

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
The Jewish Agency denied
a news service report last
week that substantial num-
bers of Moroccan Jews left
Israel last year to return to
Morocco. Yehuda Dominitz,
deputy director- of the
Agency's immigration and
absorption_ department,
claimed that not 'a single
Jew emigrated from Israel
to Morocco last year.

Dominitz recalled similar
reports last year of a large-
scale departure of Moroc-
can Jews. He said an in-
vestigation showed that
only eight families left, two
of which subsequently re-
turned to Israel.

Kiss and Tell

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
The exchange of kisses be-
tween prisoners and their
visitors is commonplace in
Israeli jails. But when the
kisser and kissee happened
to be two young men, the
police guard became sus-
picious.
An investigation disclosed
that the affectionate ges-
ture was the means by
which the visitor trans-
ferred a substantial quan-
tity of hard drugs to his in-
mate friend.

Reformists to Take
Learning Cruise

NEW YORK (JTA)—The
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations has an-
nounced it expects several
hundred Reform , Jews to
take part in a 15-day pro-
gram of Jewish studies on
the high seas, starting from
New Orleans on April 30.
UAHC officials said "The
Cruise Complete" will be
the first time that a reli-
gious group has created
this kind of a learning and
recreational adventure.

Elderly Find Jobs

NEW YORK (JTA )—Dur-
in g a period of high
unemployment, particularly
among older people, the
New York Federation Em-
ployment and Guidance
Service has reported it is re-
sponding successfully to am
peals from men and women
in their 50s and 60s to help
them find jobs.

Maxwell Houses Coffee
with cake and macaroons.

Passover is a time for homecoming and the gathering of family and friends.
A time for that welcoming cup of hospitality— rich, hearty Maxwell House®Coffee.
Did you know that way back in the early 1920's, Maxwell Housewas Certified Kosher
L' Pesach? It's been the traditional Passover coffee in American Jewish homes for more than
half a century. Maxwell House®Coffee... Instant and Regular...mellow, satisfying, cheering.
Why not have a delicious cup of Maxwell House®right now.

A joyous Seder to all.

"goo('I
to the
last
drop7
r) Z1 7 - taw=

GENERAL FOODS

CERTIFIED KOSHER

for Passover by
Rabbi Bernard Levy

are
Maxwell House and "good to the last drop
registered trademarks of General Foods Corporation.

THE 5TH CUPAT THE SEDER
FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY

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