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May 07, 1982 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonn Denies Claim Schmidt Visit Hinges on Begin Status

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BONN (JTA) — The gov-
ernment has denied a report
in Der Spiegel that Chan-
cellor Helmut Schmidt said
he would not visit Israel as
long as Premier Menahem
Begin is in office.
The swift response was in

°

contrast to the sluggish
reaction by the Bonn
authorities to similar re-
ports in the past. On prey-
ious occasions, anti-Begin
remarks attributed to the
chancellor by the same
news magazine were not

B'nai B'rith

CITY-WIDE DANCE

Sat., June 12, 9 P.M.-12:30 A.M.
at Roma's of Bloomfield

2101 S. Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills

with



JOHNNY TRUDELLS'

BIG BAND SOUND

14 Piece Orchestra

$5.00 per person in advance
$6.00 at the door

For info and ticket sales

call B'nai B'rith Office

552-8177

25835 Sfld. Rd., Sfld., Mich. 48075

or call Ralph Miller

559-3200

remember

Mother's Day
May 9

WITH A SYMBOL OF LIFE

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND
TREE CERTIFICATE

PLANT TREES IN ISRAEL

in her name

Why not stop in and pick up a certificate? •
Office will be open this Sunday

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KEAEM rtArEMET,4 LEISRAR

JEWISH NATIONAL FUND,

27308 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48076

557-6644'

denied for weeks or months
after publication and some-
times not at all.
It was clear that both
countries are now anxious
to avoid a recurrence of the
personal attacks on the
chancellor made by Begin
before Israel's Knesset elec-
tions last June which se-
verely strained German-
Israeli relations.
The Foreign Ministry
here is also trying to pre-
vent another affront to

Israel on the basis of a
report in Der Spiegel
today that Foreign Minis-
ter Hans-Dietrich
Genscher has postponed
his projected visit to Is-
rael.
A Ministry spokesman
said the visit will probably
take place after the NATO
summit meeting here in
June. He noted that
Genscher could not have
postponed his visit because
no firm date had been set.

All the duties of religion
are eminently solemn and

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Friday, May 7, 1982

venerable in the eyes
children.

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KENESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION

OF Louisville, Kentucky,
Is now seeking a full-time Cantor.
The successful candidate should be personally observant, know
Nusach and be able to train a choir. He would be responsible for Bar
and Bas Mitzvah Training and the desire and ability to teach would
enhance his salary. Other skills and the ability to relate to both young
people and older congregants would be desirable.
Keneseth Israel Congregation is the largest Traditional Synagogue in
the area. Previous Cantor served thirty (30) years before his death.
-SALARY NEGOTIABLE DEPENDING UPON EXPERIENCE AND ABILITIES.

CONTACT CANTOR SEARCH COMMITTEE
P.O. Box 5295
Louisville, Ky. 40205

Sarnia Council Overrules
A KOSHER RESTAURANT
Move Not to Fly Israel Flag

TORONTO (JTA) — A rael's anniversary, last
decision by the mayor of week.
Sarnia, Ont., (on the other
Mayor Marcel Saddy re-
side of the St. Clair River, fused, saying he was of
across from Port Huron, Lebanese descent and that
Mi.) that an Israeli flag Israel has indiscriminately
could not fly over City Hall bombed his parents' home-
during Israel Independence land for which Israel had
Day celebrations was over- been condemned by the
ruled by the City Council.
United Nations. The council
Robert Slipacoff, head of met last Wednesday and
the Jewish community in debated the aising
Sarnia, had asked for per- issue and then o verruled
Mission to raise the flag as the mayor by a vote of 6-1.
had been done in previous The negative vote was cast
years on the occasion of Is- by the mayor.

Jewish Travel
Guide Published

NEW YORK — A special
guide to places of Jewish
historic interest, out-of-
town synagogues and
kosher restaurants for the
Jewish traveler has been
assembled by the staff of the
London Jewish Chronicle.
"The Jewish Travel
Guide" (Sepher-Hermon
Press) is designed for use on
business trips or vacations.
To obtain a copy of the
guide, write to Sepher-
HermorvPress, 53 Park Pl.,
New York, N.Y. 10007.

OPEN WED. EVENINGS

4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

MOTHER'S DAY

1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Make Your Reservations at

SUBURBAN KOSHER
CATERING

CONG. BETH ABRAHAM HILLEL MOSES

5075 W. Maple • W. Bloomfield

State Dept. Remains 'Quiet
on Arms Sale to Jordan

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The State Department re-
fused to confirm this week
that the Reagan Adminis-
tration has decided to sell
weapons to Jordan.
"We have been holding
discussions with the Jorda-
nians about the possibility
of some military sales," de-
partment spokesman Dean
Fischer said. He added that
he had nothing to announce
at the present and stressed
that any proposed sale
would have to be approved
by Congress.
Fischer was responding to
a question about reports
that at last week's meeting
in Jordanian officials, the
U.S. agreed to sell Jordan
F-5G aircraft which is
superior to the prese,nt
American-made fighters
Jordan has and Stinger
anti-aircraft missiles, a
missile which can be fired
from the shoulder of an in-
fantryman.
The Pentagon officials
reportedly offered these
weapons while turning
down the F-16 jets and
Hawk mobile anti-aircraft
missiles the Jordanians
want. Since it was reported
earlier this year that the
U.S. may.sell those weapons

IS HERE!

CALL
VIRGINIA

KOZIN

to the Jordanians, there has
been an outburst of opposi-
tion to the sale in Congress.

626-0242

Under Supervision Council of Orthodox Rabbis

N osfizz SNEat

26 YEARS IN OAK PARK, MICHIGAN

Again, the time has come to say

THANK YOU

to all our wonderful, loyal customers, friends and relatives for shopping in our store
all these many years.
We have shared with you the many joys of our children, grandchildren and, hope-
fully, the great-grandchildren. Since 1936, we have catered to our customers in
Detroit and suburbs with the finest quality and strictly kosher meats and poultry.
We invite the Rabbis of all Congregations and Temples and the public at large to join
us for coffee and cookies on MAY 9TH.

to help us celebrate our 26th anniversary in Oak Park and to wish all Mothers a Happy
Mother's Day.

NOW, we'd like to clear the air regarding the conflict in which we are engaged with
the Vaad Harabonim. The Rabbis are making financial, personal and religious de-
mands which we find totally unacceptable.
t.
1. We have two grinders in our store, which we have used all these many years.
The large one for kashered meat and the small one for un-kashered meat, for our
customers who must be on a salt-free diet. They demand we take the small one out.
2. They demand that all meat be kashered before we display it in the counter. As a
result of these demands, our .customers would never again have the privilege of
choosing a fresh piece of beef.
3. Their cost of supervision will be extremely expensive and this will be reflected
in the cost of kosher beef.
4. The Rabbis want to control the price of beef from the wholesale to retail level.
And an additional 17 other demands, which we find unreasonable and unfair to our
customers. Totally and absolutely unacceptable to us.
WE ASK YOU — THE PUBLIC — TO VOICE YOUR OPINION IN THIS MATTER!!!
WE ALSO INVITE all Rabbis of all Congregations and Temples and the public to visit
and inspect our place of business at 13721 W. 9 Mile Road, Oak Park for Kashrus,
cleanliness and honesty — any day of the week.
As always, we will continue to kosher your meat on request.
Our hamburger and poultry is always kashered.
We look forward to serving you another 26 years.

Many thanks,
Sylvia and Phil Swarin
P.S. Listen to radio station WMZK 14 on your A.M. radio, Wednesdays 8-p.m. for further
announcements on this matter.

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