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June 25, 1982 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-25

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38 Friday, June 25, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lebanese Women, Children Benefit From Israeli Aid

project for home hospitality Lebanon to extend medical
for South Lebanese mothers aid. Auxiliary vehicles car-
and children rendered ried blankets, clothing and
ice cream for the children.
homeless by the war.
According to Naamat The convoy was led by MDA
/001ERSIT % ••••••••
President Dr. Arye Harrel
• (Pioneer - of Women),
• "' me DIMIER THEATRE
Israeli and was warmly greeted as

thousands

detroit's Original dinner theatre
• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• families from all sections of it made its way northwards
Alfredo Jimmy Launce PROductions, Inc.
populace have re- from Tel Aviv.
• • the
In addition, the Israel
presents
sponded to the organiza-
• • tion's call — jointly with Is- Health Ministry has ear-
A Laugh A Minute Comedy
SAVING GRACE
rael Radio and the Yediot marked $30,000 in im-
• • • Aharonot newspaper — to mediate aid for the 15-odd
Group Rates and Performances Available
host a Lebanese mother and private hospitals in Sidon
Show 8:45pm
Dinner 7:30 pm
Fri. & Sat. Cocktails 7 pm

Tyre.
Lower Level Somerset Mall
Reservations 643-8865
• infant child in their homes and Minister
Eliezer Shostak
for up to one month.
Naamat, the largest has set up a committee
women's voluntary organ- under Prof. Shmuel Pinhas,
ization in the country, is the Hadassah Hospital di-
handling the logistics in rector, to study medical-
coordination with the police related problems in South
Lebanon.
and the army.
Meanwhile, the gov-
(In New York, Phyllis
Sutker, president of the ernment has offered to
50,000 member Pioneer help repair the Zaharani
Women/Naamat organ- oil refineries near Sidon
AUTHENTIC MEXICAN &
ization in the United in south Lebanon which
States, called on the were heavily damaged in
AMERICAN FOOD
group's 500 clubs and the fighting there a week
councils throughout the ago. The refineries are
SINGING TROUBADORS (Antonio & Manuel)
country to transmit to the owned jointly by Caltex
7 to 10 p.m. Mon. thru Wed.
national office all avail- and Mobil, both Ameri-
able funds in club can oil companies.
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[OPEN 7 DAYS AINKELl
Israeli oil companies said
treasuries to be for-
Home Of The
warded to Israel for the they would supply fuel to
hospitality program. She restore service in south
also reported that special Lebanon where motorists
gifts were being received have been lining up for
Shows Tues. Thru Sun.
from individual members hours at the few gasoline
WED., JULY 30-SUN., JULY 3 ...DENNIS WOLFBERG
of Pioneer Women/ stations not damaged in the
"Catch A Rising Star"
Naamat in support of the fighting.
It also was learned that El
NEW TALENT NIGHT
TUES., JUNE 29
program.)
may fly out tourists who
JIMMY BROGRAN
WED., JULY 7-SUN., JULY •1
Last week, a convoy of 20 Al
were
caught in Lebanon
ABC's "Out of the Blue" & LA Comedy Store
Magen David Adorn ambu-
during the course of the
lances,
carrying
doctors,
4614 N. WOODWARD, 1Y2 biks. S. of 14 MILE
fighting, Transportation
paramedics and other vol- Minister Haim Corfu said.
549-2323
Royal Oak
unteers, crossed into South However, tourism to Israel
is continuing.
In New York, the Ameri-
can Jewish Joint Distribu-
tion Committee (JDC) an-
nounced it is making an
"immediate emergency re-
lief commitment of
$100,000 in support of
humanitarian assistance in
Lebanon."
The announcement was
made following a meeting
of a Jewish communal
task force, comprised of
representatives of national
Jewish • organizations, in-
cluding the Council of
Jewish Federations, Na-
tional Jewish Community
Relations Advisory Council,
Bnai Brith Anti - Defama-
tion League, American
Jewish Committee, the
Also Enjoy Our Fine Menu Downstairs
American Jewish Congress
and the World Jewish Con-
In The Beautiful and Intimate
gress.

JERUSALEM (JTA) — enthusiastic response from
There has been_ an around the
• country to a
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