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September 14, 1984 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-14

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Friday, September 14, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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MEET YOUR
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DAILY SPECIALS
LUNCH & DINNER

ENTERTAINMENT 1 NIGHTS

RESTAURANT & COCKTAILS

GREENFIELD AT 10 MILE
967-3922
MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
EVERY WEEK

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WHOLE LIVE e

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NEWS

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News and Others

with Soup or Salad

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East-West detente
would benefit Jews,
WJC delegates feel

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PHOENIX
COOLIDGE N. OF 9 MILE RD. • OAK PARK

• 542-2799

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OPEN 7 DAYS — MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
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POMEROY'S DINNER SPECIALS 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

MONDAY

ORANGE ROUGHY

$6.50

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PLUS FREE DESSERT

TUESDAY

BOSTON SCROD

WEDNESDAY

FISH N CHIPS

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THURSDAY
STUFFED SHRIMP
FRIDAY
SHRIMP CREOLE
SATURDAY
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$5.50



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11-5



Paris (JTA) — Delegates and
observers from 18 East and West
European countries Monday
agreed that detente serves the
interest of peace and of the Jewish
people. The participants, who
attended the enlarged bureau of
the European branch of the World
Jewish Congress, were unanim-
ous in stressing the importance of
peace, better East-West ties and a
relaxation of international ten-
sions.
The European branch's new
president, Greville Janner of
England, later told a press confer-
ence that "many Western Jews
stem from Eastern Europe from
where their parents or
grandparents originally came."
Janner, a labor MP who had
been serving as acting president
of the European branch since the
death last summer of Dr. Maurice
Gryfogel, was formally elected to
that post. He said that this week's
meeting also dealt with the situa-
tion of Soviet Jews who "should
not and cannot be forgotten."
The Romanian Chief Rabbi, Dr.
Moses Rosen, stressed in even
stronger terms the need for
East-West coexistence. He re-
called that over 90 percent of
Romania's Jews have left for Is-
rael during the last 30 years "with
the knowledge and approval of the
Romanian government."
Rabbi Rosen said that the small
number of Jews still left in
Romania are free to leave for Is-
rael should they wish to do so. He
said there are only a number of
minor restrictions concerning
their departure.

Preschool program
developed in Israel
to be tried in U.S.

New York — Educationally
disadvantaged children in several
communities in the United States
will soon benefit from Israeli in-
genuity. Developed in Israel, an
innovative educational program
has been introduced in the United
States known as Home Instruc-
tion Program for Preschool
Youngsters (HIPPY).
The program was developed in
Israel in 1969 as a pilot program
by the National Council of Jewish
Women (NCJW) Research Insti-
tute for Innovation in Education
at the School of Education of The
Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
HIPPY is an at-home educa-
tional program in which parap-
rofessionals train mothers to
teach basic skills to their 4 to
6-year-olds to help them succeed
in school. The program has earned
the support and sponsorship of the
Israeli Ministry of Education.

Magen David Adorn
starts blood drive

Tel Aviv — To avert a
threatened shortage of blood dur-
ing the coming holiday season,
when thousands of tourists flock
to Israel, Magen David Adom, Is-
rael's national emergency medi-
cal, blood, ambulance and disas-
ter service, has launched an in-
tensive nationwide blood dona-
tion campaign.

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