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April 21, 1978 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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_ 40 Friday, April 21, 1918

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Governors, Legislators Join
U.S.-Israel . Friendship Unit

Sincerest Best Wishes
for A Happy Passover

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Strong support for Israel

William Milliken, who ac-
cepted membership in the
National Council of the
sponses from 75 members of America-Israel Friendship
Congress and nine gover- League, according to Her-
nors, including Michigan's
bert Tenzer, president of the
League.
16400 J.L. Hudson
SouthfieW
Tenzer, a former Con-
Katzir Boycotts
WLSTEWN IHTLVHATION, HOTELS
gressman, said that the
Prize Ceremony
enthusiastic response from
JERUSALEM
— such a large segment of
Washington legislators was
President Ephraim Katzir
absented himself from Wolf unique in his experience.
• Prize awards ceremonies in The majority of acceptances
came within a three-week
the Knesset's Chagall Hall
• to protest the fact that the period, he said.


The positive responses
• $10 million-fund adminis-

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overwhelmingly supportive
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• tion is not earmarked for of Israel and the aims of the

• the encouragement of Is- League," Tenzer explained,

NOW UNDER THE SOLE OWNERSHIP OF

"are an indication of grass-
raeli scientists. There were

• no Israelis among the win- roots backing for maintain-


ners.

ing
the friendship, goodwill
WISHES ITS MANY CUSTOMERS


Menahem Begin and mem- and understanding between

AND
FRIENDS
A
the
people of the United
bers
of
his
Cabinet attended

States and Israel."

the awards presentation.

The Wolf Prize is ad-


ministered under the condi- Arabs Working

tions laid down by the
WE WILL BE OPEN

donor, who insisted on Israeli Jobs
FRI. & SAT., 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
anonymity. The prize was
JERUSALEM (JTA) —
MON. THRU FRI., 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

given official state recogni- Arab residents of the occu-
REG. HOURS: MON.%SAT., 7 to 9 and SUN., 8 to 8


tion when the Knesset ap- pied territories comprise
FRIED MATZO SERVED

DURING PASSOVER
proved it by a narrow mar- about five percent of Israel's

ea
gin in July 1975 at the urg- work force according to a
ing of the late Pinhas Sapir. study released by the Cen-
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
tral Bureau of Statistics.
The study found that the
average number of Arab
workers on jobs in Israel on
any given day between
April 1 - June 30 was

INCLUDING: SOUP OR JUICE, POTATO OR VERTAKE,
60,000, which represents 28
• percent of the total work

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• force in the occupied areas.
• SUP44g!kyol301MJER
It also found that 70 per-
cent of the Arabs who work
11511ESSIEWS MEM
MONDAYS THRU SATURDAYS
in Israel are married, they
• LATE EI VEI NINUENU (HEARTY PASSOVER GREETINGS; are generally younger than
who work within the
TO OUR CUSTOMERS & FRIENDS

T1L 1 a.m.
• Arabs
occupied territories and
some 40 percent of them are
employed in the construc-
tion trades.
Another 25 percent is
employed by industry and

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15 percent in agriculture.
The remainder are em-
-
IN THE GREENFIELD CENTER
e••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••_••••
ployed in various personal
service jobs:

was widely expressed in re-

Sect Wants Jordan's OK
to Pray at the Western Wall

JERUSALEM — The
anti-Zionist Orthodox
Jewish sect, Neturei Karta,
will send a delegation to
Jordan to request "permis-
sion" from King Hussein "to
pass through his land —

fe)

• •


now in Zionist captivity" in
order to pray at the Western
Wall during Passover.
An estimated 300
families of Neturei Karta
live in the Mea Shearim
quarter of Jerusalem.

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The End of the
Warsaw Ghetto

That old reprobate L. J. Loophole is at
it again—plotting a fantastic Sunday
Brunch to captivate the hearts of all. To
insure freshness, L.J. even convinced
the hotel manager to personally
pick up a dazzling assortment of
bagels. Honest!
Cover one of those bagels with
L.I 's cream-cheese-and-lox spread.
Journey afar through his ever-
changing international specialties.

garnered from Budapest to Boston,
complemented with more traditional
fare. Will you have room for the sweet
table, laden with cakes, tarts, cheeses
and fruits? Let gourmandizing glut-
tony overrule your temperateness.
We dare you! All-you-can-eat
Brunch served Sundays 1 I .20a.m.
to 2:30p.m. Adults 35.95, kids 12
and under $2.95. Please call for

reservations: 557-4800.

L.J. Loophole's

Food for your habeas corpus
in the Sheraton-Southfield Hotel,
17017 W. Nine Mile Road at 1-696.
Southfield. 557-4800

Stockholm, Apri122, 1943
(JTA) — A massacre of the
last 35,000 Jews in the War-
saw Ghetto was started by
the Nazis on Passover with
the streets of Warsaw echo-
ing to the shots of the Nazi
murderers and the shrieks of
the victims, while able-
bodied Jews were trying to
defend themselves within
the walls of the ghetto.
The secret Polish radio
station Swiat was heard
here shortly after six o'clock
last night transmitting the
following frantic appeal
from occupied Poland:
"Death sentence has been
proclaimed on the last
35,000 Jews in the Warsaw
Ghetto. - Gun salvoes are
echoing in the streets of
Warsaw. Women and chil-
dren are defending them-
selves with bare hands. Save
. . " at this point the broad-
cast was suddenly cut off

Judaism is not a religion:
it is a misfortune.
— Heinrich Heine

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NON. THRU THURS„

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FRI., 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
SAT., 4 p..m. to 2 cum.
SUN., 4 pm. to 11 p.m.

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In Wishing Their

Many Friends and Customers

A VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER

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AND OUR ENTIRE STAFF
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WISH EVERYONE A

HAPPY PASSOVER

Closed Fri., April 21 at 3 p.m.
Reopening Sat., April 29 at 6 a.m.

Beau

THE AREA'S NEWEST & MOST UNIQUE
RESTAURANT

AND ITS ENTIRE STAFF
WISH THEIR CUSTOMERS
- AND FRIENDS A
VERY HAPPY AND
HEALTHY NEW YEAR

Your Hosts: JACK & GARY COCHRAN
4108 W. MAPLE RD..
1 BLK. WEST OF TELEGRAPH
626-2630

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