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March 21, 1980 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-21

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Passover Emphasized in Volume
on 'Jewish Days and Holidays'

Come March 31, in hun-
dreds of thousands of
Jewish homes in all lands, a
child, or a number of chil-
dren, will be asking the
Four Questions.
The reciting of theliag-
gada, the Mah Nishtana,
the entire Passover ritual,
are described in an interest-
ing book issued by SBS Pub-
lishers. It is entitled
"Jewish Days and Holi-
days." The author of the text
s Greer Fay Cashman. The
illustrator is Alona
As the title of the book
indicates, this is a volume
dealing with all the impor-
tant Jewish dates. It com-
mences with Rosh Hashana
and continues with Yom
Kippur, Sukkot, Simhat To-
rah, Hanuka and Purim,
followed by Pesach,

Friday,' March 21 1

Your Assurance
of the Highest
Quality Kosher'and
Superb Taste
at Passover.


Asking the Four Questions during the Seder is
one of the illustrations from "Jewish Days and Holi-

* * *

Shavuot and the Shabat.
Also included are Yom
Ha'Atzmaut and Tisha

The book has been chosen
as a selection of the Book of
the Month Club and the
Jewish Book Club.

Cabinet Settles Teacher Strike

JERUSALEM (JTA) — inflation.
The Cabinet decided Sun-
Striking teachers, disre-
day to grant the wage de- garding a back-to-work
mands of striking teachers order issued by a labor court
in compliance with the last week. The strike af-
order of a district labor fected about one million
court. But it avoided the youngsters from kindergar-
problem of where the extra ten through high school.
money — estimated at IL
University faculty,
3-5 billion ($75-100 million) which declared a three-
— would come from. That day strike of its own, re-
matter was referred to the turned to work today but
Economic Committee, served notice that unless
headed by Finance Minister negotiations are started
Yigal Hurwitz who objected on wage demands, they
strenuously to wage hikes
for the teachers.
The committee agreed
unanimously to Hurwitz's
proposal to pare the budget
of each government minis-
try by 1.5 percent in the
coming fiscal year. This is
expected to provide the cash
to pay the teachers without
printing more money to fuel

will resume the strike.
The elementary and high
school teachers who had
been about to receive a 15
percent-plus wage hike by
order of the courts, walked
out when the government
demanded a no-strike
pledge for the rest of the
year as a condition of their
There were numerous
demonstrations by students
throughout Israel in sup-
_ port
_ of the teachers.


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UJA Leader:
Gifts Are Up

Spread it on thick. Fresh Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese
is a prime holiday choice. Marvelous on
a matzoh. Ifs the one with the famous guarantee: guaranteed fresh
when you buy it, or your money back from Kraft.

— American Jewish fund
raising has reached new
heights and shows every
sign of achieving even
greater gains in the decade
of the 1980s, Irwin Field,
national chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal de-
clared here.
In a meeting of UJA na-
tional officers and regional
chairmen hosted by
Philadelphia's campaign
and community leaders,
Field reported that the
nationwide 1980 campaign,
now past the half-way
mark, was continuing to
register an increase.of more
than 17 percent over 1979
campaign pledges.



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Israel to Host
Psychology Group

NEW YORK — Israel
will host the fourth Interna-
tional Colloquium in School
Psychology from June 29 to
July 7. The theme of this
colloquium is "Psychology
and Changing Education."
It will be held at the Mount
Scopus Campus of the He-
brew University in



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