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August 27, 1982 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-27

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18 - Friday; August 27, 1982

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;THE eDETROIT JEWIGH NEWS

Charleston, S.C. Police. Chief Israel Cabinet Reaffirms Ban
LARRY FREEDMAN • Influenced by Jewish Roots
on El Al Sabbath Flights
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NEW YORK — Reuben
Greenberg, the newly ap-
pointed black Jewish police
chief of Charleston, S.C.

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As a student at San Fran-
cisco State College in the
1960s, Greenberg developed
an interest in his Jewish
heritage when he realized
that most of his fellow civil
rights activists were
Jewish. He soon began for-
mal religious instruction.

. Greenberg, 39,' became
interested in police work
during a protest at the 1964
Republican National Con-
vention. Two police officers
showed Greenberg's milit-
ant group how they could
demonstrate legally against
Sen. Barry Goldwater's civil
rights stand.

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was the subject of a recent
article in Us magazine.
Greenberg's dual ethnic
roots originated in Texas,
according to the article. His
Jewish great-grandfather
immigrated from Russia,
became a wheat farmer and
lived with a black woman as
his common law wife (inter-
racial marriages were il-
legal in Texas until 1967).

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artist, recently completed
an exhibit of sculptures to
be on permanent display at
the Statue of Liberty.

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fancy the sugar of life; the
one preserves, the other
sweetens it.
—Bovee

JERUSALEM (JTA) — nesday.
The Cabinet reaffirmed its
_ The Aguda has been
previous decision to stop all protesting the action of
LARGE SELECTION
El Al flights on Saturdays El Al workers who pre-
within 10 days, as the Knes- vented Aguda members
KOSHER PRODUCTS
set Finance Committee from entering the airport
convened in Jerusalem to and thus forcing them to
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approve the government's miss their flights.
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decision.
El
Al
director
Yitzhak
WHITE,
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The Cabinet asked the El
Al management to readjust Shander said today the halt- limit one of each, only
the airline's schedule so ing of Saturday flights with this ad, Exp.9/11
would cause direct losses to
that it will no longer include the
airline of some $200 mil, At the Feel Good Store'
flights on Saturdays and
holidays. The vote was lion, with the additional 27159 Greenfield Road
loss of another $150 million
- 11-10.
1st block North of 1I
According to the Cabinet to the country's economy.
decision, El Al will no
longer accept orders for
Saturday and holiday
flights. However, the deci- ! ENGINE TUNE UP
sion noted that "in view of
international commit- ▪ Includes Plugs, Air Filter,
ments, two El Al flights will I Fuel Filter PCV
$
go on with their present
I AIR CONDITIONING
schedule for a limited time."
$3000
The El Al workers I MAINTENANCE
committees presented
1
their case against the
!
FRONT
WHEEL
ban.• The workers com-
plained that the ban ▪ RE-PACK BRGS
$
would lead to a slow
death of. El Al. Gaby I TRANSMISSION
Saltzman, spokesman for - I
$3000 11
TUNE-UP
the workers, noted that a
previous cutback pro- I
gram resulted in the dis-
DIESEL TUNE-UP
missal of 150 employees
nc Filters & Breathers
$
I Inc.
who left the country.
1
However, Transport
BRING THIS
Minister Haim Corfu, who I
, AO PLEASE
came to the committee
M-59 &
armed with the Cabinet's
Rochester Rd.
fresh decision, said there
- 852-7200
was no going back on the de-
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cision.
n'
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said that much of the
envisaged $40 million loss
due to the ban would be bal- •
anced by religious travel- •
lers who would fly on El Al.
® •
Meanwhile, the Agudat •
THE ONE AND ONLY
Israel Party has threatened •
to impose a religious boycott • Remote
of El Al over the Rosh • Control
Hashana and Yom Kippur •
holiday season if the na- •
tional airlines does not halt
all Sabbath flights by Wed-

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1 /8 tsp. ground cloves
3 eggs
2 cup sugar
1 cup honey
1 /2 cup brewed coffee
2 h cup vegetable oil
2 tbsps. brandy
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