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April 05, 1985 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-05

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THE 'DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, April 5, 1985 - 79—

A HAPPY AND JOYOUS PASSOVER

POLINA

plastic bags or baskets, each with
his lunch for the day — a few
oranges or tomatoes, olives, pita
bread stuffed with whatever was
on hand.
Who are these Arabs? Are they
heads of families who need the
money to feed their children? Are
they single, unwilling to do farm
work but anxious to earn some
money while Jewish boys of the
same age are serving in the army?
The wages for an eight hour day
are the shekel equivalent of $10
with no deductions for social bene-
fits, no reports, no income tax. It is
all extra-legal.
By 8 a.m. on a usual day, most of
the husky workers are gone. By 10
a.m. only a few of the older men
are left. They open their lunch
bags and consume the meal that
had been prepared in the village,
perhaps five hours earlier. There
is no anger, no appearance of dis-
appointment. Tomorrow is an-
other day.
The Arab labor market in Paris
Square is duplicated in large
cities throughout Israel. The sight
stimulates thoughts about long
range unemployment, social
classes, the Arab problem and
frustrations, and Jewish attitudes
toward what used to be called "the
dignity of labor."
The fact remains that the mar-
ket seems to fill a function. It pro-
vides workers who are needed in
the Israel economy. The Arabs
come back day after day for what
seems to them more profitable
employment than anything they
can do in their villages.

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Essay Contest
For Colleges

"Jews and Judaism: Union for
Survival" will be the theme of the
third annual United Jewish Ap-
peal University Essay Contest,
funded by the Morris J. Kaplun
Foundation.
Winners will receive an all-
expenses-paid 10-day vacation in
Israel, plus $500.
Competition is open to students
under 27, who are presently
enrolled in accredited U.S. col-
leges and universities. The essay
must be from 1,500 to 2,000 words
and postmarked by May 31.
Entrants may interpret the
theme broadly and draw on any
resource as well as personal ex-
perience. "The contest's goal is to
stimulate thought about Jewish
survival," said Prof. Henry Fein-
gold of the City University of New
York, Chairman of the Commit-
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