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April 09, 1982 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-04-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, April 9, 1982

No Recognition for the PLO

TEL AVIV (JNI) — Au-
stralia will not recognize
the PLO until the PLO rec-
ognizes Israel's right to
exist in peace, visiting Au-

stralian Foreign Minister
Austin Street has repor
tedly assured Israeli
Foreign Minister Yitzhak

Shamir.

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on May 2. Following a
parade down Civic Center
Drive, the Amranim
Brothers will entertain.
Throughout the day, be-
ginning at 11 a.m., booths
and exhibits will be open at
the Southfield Civic Center.
Borman Foods, operators of
Farmer Jack supermarkets
will display a variety of
products from Israel, in-
cluding canned goods,
cookies and wafers, candies,
jarred olives and onions,
teas, Jaffa citrus fruits and
fruit concentrates, canned
meats, panty hose and
household plastic ware.
Florist Male Floures will
sell Israeli flowers imported
for the celebration. They
will include Star of
Bethlehem and carnations.
The Israel Indepen-
dence Day Committee
will have several food
booths. Felafel, hot dogs,
hamburgers and soft
drinks will be available.
Philip Tewel of Jewel
Kosher Catering will
have a food booth at the
Civic Center throughout
the day.
There will also be booths
and exhibits from the var-
ious organizations of the
Detroit Jewish community.

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Women's American ORT
will be seling blintzes and
cookbooks; Akiva Hebrew
Day School will sell yar-
mulkes; a Beth Achim
youth group will sell flippys
as well as participate in the
parade with banners and
flags. The Israel Indepen-
dence Day Committee will
also be selling posters and
T-shirts.
In conjunction with the
celebration for Israel Inde-
pendence Day, Yom
Hazikaron, Israel's memo-
rial day, will be commemo-
rated 7:30 p.m. April 26 at
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
The Temmy Skully Essay
Contest is being held as part
of the Independence Day
celebration. According to
Michael Feldman, chair-

damentalist religious polit-
ical groups.
Everyone is invited, free
of charge. Refreshments
will be served.

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man of the day, the essay
contest is open to high
school and college youth
who are planning to study
in Israel. The theme for the
essay will be the theme of
the day: "Israel — the Land,
the Country, the People."
Prize money will be used to
assist the winners with
their study in Israel. For in-
formation, call the Jewish
Community Center, 661-
1000 ext. 250.
Plans are also under way
for an Israeli festival to be
held 8 p.m. May 1 at the
main Center. It will be
sponsored by the Young
Leadership Cabinet of the
United Jewish Appeal and
by the Israeli Community of
the Jewish Community
Center. There will be Israeli
singing, dancing and food.

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
Plans Talk on Moral Majority

WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY
A VERY HAPPY PESACH

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Members of the Israeli Independence Day Com-
mittee display Israeli articles that will be sold at the
Independence Day celebration. Shown are, from left,
Mira Eisenberg, Susie Harold, Elaine Heavenrich,
Ronit Feldman and Michael Feldman.

Jeffrey Fiszbein

Pharmacist

Beth Shalom Sisterhood
will present Lynn Silver-
berg of the Voice of Reason
in a discussion of "The Im-
pact of the Moral Majority
and the New Right in the
U.S." 8 p.m. April 19 in the
synagogue.
An educational psychol-
ogist, Ms. Silverberg is
chairman of the Voice of
Reason, a committee formed
to educate the public fun-

Grenade Injures
Seven in Gaza -

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Six
Israeli civilians and a
woman soldier were injured
by a hand grenade in the
main square of Gaza
Monday.
According to reports, the
grenade was hurled at a van
driven by a civilian in which
the soldier was a passenger.
The five other civilians hurt
were bystanders.

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