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March 25, 1983 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-25

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52 Friday, March 25, 1983

M.E.G.'s

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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PASSOVER

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By MADOLYN ROSENTHAL

Once again Passover is
here
And memories make it very
dear
I remember my mother changing
the dishes
And cooking the traditional food
so delicious
The matzo balls for the chicken
soup
,The gefilte fish and horseradish
so strong, it would throw you
for a loop
The house sparkles and the aroma
of food
Puts me in a holiday mood.
Yes, the memories are precious,
But yet I am sad,
Because I miss my mother and dad.

WISHES EVERYONE
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VERY HAPPY
PASSOVER

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(Desserts: kilo, Rice Pudding, Ice Cream or Pie)
BROILED HADDOCK
• VEAL PARMESAN
BAKED CHICKEN
• SHISH KEBAB
BAR-B-Q CHICKEN
• VEAL CUTLETS
LIVER & ONIONS
• SPINACH PIE
DELMONICO STEAK
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5 BREAKFAST
SPECIALS
6 a.m.-11 a.m.

95c

There are important makes just the difference
cases in which the dif- between signal defeat and a
ference between half-a- splendid victory.
heart and a whole heart
—A.H.K. Boyd

made from wheat for these
(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)
poor people.
A special collection called
The special need that
"mo'os hitim" is always exists before the Passover
made before Passover. The holiday is due to the fact
term "mo'os hitim" means that any kind of leavened
"money for wheat." product is forbidden to be
In olden times there was a used or eaten on Passover.
special drive to collect Thus, previously stored
money in order that the poor grain or flour might have
people would be able to buy been somewhat leavened.
wheat which they could Therefore, fresh material is
eventually make into needed in order to have un-
"matza." It then became a leavened bread for
custom to distribute flour Passover.

HAPPY
PASSOVER
ON FOOD PURCHASE OF $6 OR MORE
DINING ROOM, CARRY OUT OR DELIVERY

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WISHES ITS CUSTOMERS AND
FRIENDS A HEALTHY, HAPPY

Israel to Give Info to U.S.
on Materiel Gained in War

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De- Arens at a specially-
fense
Minister Moshe Arens convened press conference

disclosed that Israel has de- here. He did not reveal the

cided to provide the U.S. nature of the information.

with information about war Former Defense Minister

materiel obtained in the Ariel Sharon was reported

Lebanon war without de- to have been in the opposing

manding anything concrete minority at Sunday's
noRR2cilri
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in return. Cabinet meeting. Sharon
HAPPY
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The decision, by the had opposed providing the
PASSOVER
Cabinet, was disclosed by Americans with intelli
gence information without
guarantees that it would
not be passed on through
other channels to the Arabs.
Arens said that his
predecessor, Sharon, had
invited U.S. Defense Sec-
retary Caspar Wein-
berger in October 1982 to
join with Israel in study-
ing the lessons of the
Lebanon fighting. An

American delegation
came to Israel last No-
vember and initialled an
agreement.
"As some time has
elapsed, and misun-
derstandings have arisen,
we have decided to study the
lessons under existing
agreements," Arens said.
"The first American dele-
gation, from the U.S. Air
Force, will arrive in Israel
at the beginning of April,
and the process of studying
the lessons will thus begin:"
Arens added that "Israel
is certain that its interests
-will be honored and that
care will be taken that the
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