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April 02, 1982 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, April 2, 1982

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Hungarian Museum
Will Be Renovated

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KOW KOW INN

Specializing in Amerimi Food
Famous for All Chinese Native Foods
Real Cantonese Family Dinners
CARRY-OUT SERVICE

TO 8-7550

322 W. McNichols

LINCOLN BARBER SHOP

Wishes Their Customers

A Happy Healthy
PASSOVER

26090 Greenfield, Oak Park

Happy Passover

MANHATTAN CONTAINER
CORP.

CORRUGATED CARTONS

566-8640

23823 Dequindre, Hazel Park



Passover Greetings

MARGOLIS FURNITURE

I 9130 JOS. CAMPAU

HAMTRAMCK MICH.

TR 1 1500

Happy Holiday
I MERCURY PAINT CO.

A HAPPY & HEALTHY PASSOVER .

To Our Friends & Customers

SUSSMAN'S PRINT SHOP

11826 Dexter, Detroit, mi.

868-2909

411=1 MID

Holiday Greetings

BERRY & SEYBURN

Property 1 .1anageolent

28th Floor, Fisher Bldg., Detroit 48202

871-6700

Passover Greetings to All

White Color
Card Co.

Established 1890

259-3910 259-2309

120 Mt. Elliot

Lee, Jerry & Kim Gurwin

Wish All Their Friends & Customers

A Joyous

PASSOVER

GURWIN'S AL1TOBODY KLINIC

COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE

INSURANCE CLAIMS

MARTIN AND SUE WEISS
STEVE & LORI OF

MODERN BAKERY

13735 W. 9 Mile Rd. — Oak Park

and 26060 Greenfield
Lincoln Shopping Center

WISH ALL OUR FRIENDS

AND CUSTOMERS
A HAPPY, HEALTHY AND
JOYOUS PASSOVER

LONDON (JTA) — The
Jewish Museum of
Budapest, recording the
history of Hungarian
Jewry, is to be modernized
by the Hungarian Jewish
community with financial
help from the country's
Communist government.
The museum, on the site
of the house where Theodor
Herzl was born, will be
closed in September for re-
storation work which is ex-
pected to last two years.
The building's dilapi-
dated condition is
endangering its contents,
possibly the finest collec-
tion of Jewish treasures
outside Israel. They include
gravestones from the
Roman period, indicating a
Jewish presence in Hun-
gary centuries before the
invasion by the Magyar an-
cestors of most modern
Hungarians.
It also contains docu-
ments illustrating Hun-
garian Jewry's' involve-
ment in Hungary's strug-
gle for independence in
the 19th Century. A sepa-
rate section illustrates
the community's suffer-
ings in World War II
when some 600,000 Jews
were sent to the death
camps.
The main contents of the
museum • were saved from
destruction or pillage when
they were concealed in the
Budapest National
Museum cellars to protect
them from air raid damage.
A visitor is reminded of
Herzl's Budapest origins by
a bronze portrait of him in
the entrance hall. The
house where he grew up,

and where the present
museum stands, is adjacent
to Budapest's chief
synagogue, a red brick
building in Moorish style,
with twin towers almost 150
feet high. Situated in
Dohany Street, it is one of
29 Budapest synagogues
which the community says
are still used.
Near the museum are
the offices of the commu-
nity's central council in Sip
Street, whose courtyard
contains a mass grave of
people who died in the
nearby ghetto at the end of
1944 and the first few days
of 1945.
There is also a marbel
tablet in memory of the
Hebrew poet, Hannah
Senesh, executed after
secretly returning to
Hungary from Palestine
in a bid to organize
Jewish resistance to the
Nazis.
present
Hungary's
Jewish community of more
than 80,000 benefits from
the relative liberalism of
the Kadar regime. In addi-
tion to state support for its
communal organization, it
also boasts a rabbinical
seminary attended by
students from other Soviet
bloc countries.
The community is affil-
iated with the World Jewish
Congress and last Novem-
ber was visited by a high-
level delegation from the
Congress's European
branch. Diplomatic and
consular relations between
Hungary and Israel are
handled by Switzerland in
the absence of direct rela-
tions.


Dun and Bradstreet Lists
Top 100 Israeli Companies

On the Union side during
the U.S. Civil War, there
were seven Jewish gener-
als 21 colonels, nine

lieutenant colonels, 40
majors, 205 captains, 325
lieutenants, 48 adjutants
and 25 surgeons.

MAY THIS PASSOVER GREET PEOPLE ALL OVER
THE WORLD WITH PEACE AND FREEDOM

ACE WIPING CLOTH CO.

7601 Central, Detroit, Michigan 48210

Phone: 313-834-4000

The Lakers & the Parrs

Best Wishes for a Happy and Healthy Passover
Mr. and Mrs. Asa Shapiro and Family

ASA BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.

624-7400

Walled Lake, Mich.

Passover Greetings

BLUE FLASH
CHEMICAL CO.

Happy Passover to Our Friends and Patrons

COHEN & SON

Kosher Meat & Poultry Market

LI 7-4121

26035 Coolidge

A Happy and Healthy Passover

CITY SMOKED FISH CO.

Detroit, Michigan

Holiday Good Cheer

EAGLE CLEANING CO.

29102 Five Mile
522-7080

Livonia

A Very Healthy and Happy Passover
to the :Jewish Community

FIELD'S EMPLOYMENT

TR 3-7770

r

Sincerest Passover Greetings

1

HOA KOW INN

Chinese and American Restaurant
Specializing in Cantonese Foods

13715 West 9 Mile,
I West of Coolidge,
Oak Park
LI 7-466Ri
The
top
100
ploy
108,500
people,
repre-
TEL AVIV —
L-
industrial firms in Israel senting more than one-third
To All Our Friends & Patrons
are listed in "Dun's 100: Is- of the country's industrial
rael's Leading Industrial work force, according to the
Best Wishes For
Enterprises," a new publi- guide. The magazine also
A HAPPY & HEALTHY
cation from the Dun and reports that the branches
Bradstreet Corp. with the greatest growth
PASSOVER
The magazine, which will were electronics, chemicals
be published annually, is and metal products, vlhile
the first such listing . avail- building products, textiles
Designs
able to the pulblic. Pertinent and motor vehicles all ex-
23535 Woodward, Ferndale
541-4936
data, including total sales perienced declines.
for the calendar years 1979
An additional list of 24
and 1980, export sales vol- "runners-up" is included in
Best Wishes for A Happy & Joyous Passover
ume, number of employes, the magazine. These 24
chief operating executive firms have a good chance of
and parent company, ac- making the top 100 list next
companies each firm listed. year, according to the
OPEN SUNDAY and MONDAY
The magazine also in- editors. Those companies
cludes an interview with Eli that are traded on the Tel
23720 Southfield Road
Hurvitz, president of the Aviv, American and New
Manufacturers' Association York Stock Exchanges are
557-0680 ► 1
Southfield, Mich.
of Israel, and an editorial on
the composition of the coun- also listed.
7
try's industrial community. For information concern- E
ing
the
guide,
write
Dun
The "Dun's 100" list
Happy, Healthy
was assembled with the and Bradstreet Israel Ltd.,
aid of the business publi- 105 Hahashmonaim St., Tel
Passover To All
cation's computer sys- Aviv 61071, Israel.
tem. The computer was
fed 200 essential business Population Study
details for some 5,000 Is-
PHILADELPHIA (JTA)
raeli companies. To qua -

A grant of $18,000 has
ify for the list, sever
private companies di- been received by the Feder-
vulged confidential busi- ation of Jewish Agencies
ness data which, until (FJA) to conduct prelimi-
1055 W. Maple Rd.
now, they had declined to nary phases of a study of
Philadelphia's Jewish popu-
Clawson, Mich. 48017
make public.
The 100 listed firms em- lation.

BESSENGER'S

HAIR FASHIONS by RONALD

HANDLEMAN
COMPANY

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