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July 29, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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OUR FAMOUS SPECIAL DINNERS
BROILED FRESH WHITE FISH
$2.75
BROILED FRESH LAKE TROUT
$2.75
STUFFED FLOUNDER
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BROILED HALIBUT
$2.95
BROILED PICKEREL
$3.25
FRIED LAKE PERCH .
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FRIED SCALLOPS
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FRIED SMELTS
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• STEAKS __,CHOPS • GREEK DISHES • ITALIAN DISHES
• CHILDREN'S MENU • HOME COOKING

Attempts to Ban Israel TV
Play Probed by Knesseters

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Two Knesset members sub-
mitted urgen motions call-
ing for an investigation of
attempts by certain "politi-
cal elements" to suppress a
television play dealing with
an incident of Israeli bruta-
lity toward Arabs during
the 1948 war for independ-
ence.

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Israel to Receive
U.S. Armaments
Worth $250 Million

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MON.-SAT., 5 to 11 p.m.

MON. THRU THURS., 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. FRI. &SAT.. 10:30 a.m. to 11:30-p.m.
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The play, now in the final
stages of editing, is a tele-
vision version of the novella
"Hirbet Hiz Eh" by the
prominent Israeli writer,
Yizhar Smilensky. The
story tells of the removal- of
Arabs from their village by
Israeli soldiers.
Yosi Sarid of the Labor
Alignment and Meir Payil
of the Sheli faction pointed
out in their motions that
Smilensky, who signs his
works S. Yizhar, is one of
the most famous Hebrew
writers. His stories are in-
cluded in literature courses
on the high school and uni-
versity levels in Israel. .
Many of his war stories
are based on incidents of
misconduct by Israeli sol-
diers toward Arabs and crit-
ics say they create the im-
pression that such incidents
were typical of Jewish be-
havior and a matter of high
policy.
The Broadcast Authority
will preview the edited film
before deciding whether to
put it on the air.

WASHINGTON (JTA)—
The State Department has
confirmed that "the U.S.
government has agreed to
approve a number of mili-
tary items for Israel".
The items approved are
helicopters, hydrofoil patrol
craft and ammunition of a
routine nature.
According to State Depart-
ment spokesman John Tratt-
ner, the U.S. has also de-
cided to approve Israel's
request for $107 million in
U.S. financing to help "Is-
rael support production of
its locally manufactured
Chariot tanks".
Trattner said "The gener-
al magnitude of the pro-
posed transaction is about
$250 million". He stated
that the decision on Israeli
co-production of the F-16
fighter jets "remains under
active consideration". He
said the "U.S. is committed
to supply F-16s to Israel. .
What we are considering is
the number, delivery times
and the co-production
requests".
Trattner said the decision
on the Chariots was made
because "answering the Is-
raeli requests would be the
best way to proceed in line
with our commitment to the
security of Israel." He said
that the hydrofoils would be
a mixture of some pur-
chases here and some co-
production.

Art Exhibit Due

Six local artists will hold
an exhibition of their prints.
watercolors. ceramics,
drawings and oil paintings
noon-8 p.m. Sunday at the
Finnish Center Association.
Farmington Hills.
The artists include Karen
Fabricius, Carole Kabrin,
Halyna Konopada, Angela
Marchesi, Patt Shanks and
Marsha Wanttaja.

The 15th Century Chris-
tian scholastic Angelo di
Chivasso said. To be a
Jew is a crime, not how-
ever, punishable by a Chris-
tian."

Friday, July 29, 1977 - 31

Cartoon History on Begin Printed

NEW YORK—The Israel
International Information
Council has just prepared a
new cartoon booklet en-
titled "The Rise of Men-
ahem Begin," which tells
the story of the coming to
power of the new Israeli
premier.

For copies, write Begin
Cartoon History, Rabbi
Rubin R. Dobin, POB 11,
Lawrence, N.Y. 11559. All
requests must be accom-
panied by a stamped, self-
addressed envelope. Sup-
plies are limited.

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