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March 11, 1983 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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So if • a man goes west or where his dust came from,
east, and his time comes to • there is where he belongs,
depart from the world, and thither he returns.
wherever he is, there is
—Pirke de Rabbi Eliezer

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Kollek Predicts
Begin Victory

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Jerusalem Mayor Teddy
Kollek has expressed
doubts in a magazine inter-
view that President Yit-
zhak Navon could lead the
Labor Alignment to victory
in the next elections.
Kollek said Labor had no
leader who could defeat
Likud's Menahem Begin.
Meanwhile, a Public Opn-
ion Research Institute poll
shows that Navon's popu-
larity continues to grow.
Asked who should be the
leader of Labor, the public
responded 36.6 percent for
Yitzhak Rabin, 17.1 percent
for Navon and 10.2 percent
for Shimon Peres.
Party leader Peres' popu
larity has dropped from 14.4
percent last July. Navon
has climbed from 5.3 per-
cent in July to his present
17 percent.

ADL Haggada
for Interfaith
Pesach Services

NEW. YORK — "The
Passover Celebration: A
Haggada for the Seder," an
abridged text suitable for
interfaith observances, has
been reissued by the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
The 58-page ADL publi-
cation follows the outline of
the traditional Haggada al-
though certain sections
have been abridged to make
it suitable for interfaith
groups.
Copies may be obtained
for a nominal charge from
the International Relations
Division, Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith, 823
United Nations Plaza, New
York, N.Y.10017.

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1983

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Center

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Shopping Center

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announces our newest addition

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Disabled Unit
Grows in War

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
war in Lebanon has added
another 1,100 members to
the Association of Disabled
War Veterans, according to
its chairman, Yaacov Maoz,
n • an interview in the ar-
my's Bamahane weekly
magazine.
The association now has
some 37,000 members, 97.5
percent of whom are self-
supporting, Maoz reported.

Senate Confirms
Abramowitz

WASHINGTON — The
Senate voted Monday to
confirm President Reagan's
nomination of Morton I. Ab-
ramowitz to head the
United States delegation at
the East-West coventional
force reduction talks in
Vienna.

Art Festival
Applications Out

Applications from artists
are now being accepted for
Birmingham's annual
"Art-in-the-Park" festival,
scheduled for Sept. 24-25.
Application forms can be
obtained by writing to
Common Ground, 1090 S.
Adams, Birmingham, Mi.
48011. The application
deadline is April 30.

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