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April 07, 1989 - Image 4

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-07

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Spread the news
this Passover.

Soviet Jews
Get Haggadot

New York — For the first
time in more than 50 years,
the American Jewish Joint
Distribution Committee is
sending shipments of
Passover supplies to Jewish

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The JDC Haggadah

communities in the Soviet
Union.
In addition to 1,000 Hag-
gadot, the JDC will send oil
and powdered milk to the
Leningrad synagogue to be
distributed among the local
Jewish community.
Published in Tel Aviv, the
Haggadot are printed in Rus-
sian and Hebrew and include
a Russian commentary.

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Vandals Hit
Michigan Daily

We're spreading the news that ounce for ounce Philadelphia Brand cream cheese
has only half the calories of butter or margarine. So this Passover you can enjoy
deliciously rich and creamy PHILLY cream cheese. It's certified Kosher for
Passover by Rabbi Don Yoel Levy. Look for specially marked Philadelphia Brand
cream cheese. And spread the news with best Passover wishes from Kraft.

Kosher for Passover in specially marked packages

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Ann Arbor — Police are in-
vestigating an alleged act of
vandalism at the The
Michigan Daily, the student
newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Students discovered spray-
painted messages reading
"Jew Haters Will Pay," "PLO-
Daily" and "Long Live
Israel" at the newspaper of-
fice last Friday.
The messages follow
charges by Jewish students
that the paper's editorial
policy is frequently anti-
Semitic. Recent editorials in
The Daily call Zionism racism
and allege that Israel resettl-
ed Ethiopian Jews only to
displace Palestinians.

Local Magazine
Receives Grant

Witness, a quarterly
literary magazine founded in
1987, has been awarded a
$10,000 grant from the Na-
tional Endowment for the
Arts. The funds were provid-
ed to support contributors'
fees, production and distribu-
tion of the magazine.
Published by Sidney Lutz,
president of Lutz Associates
in Farmington Hills, Witness
features fiction, essays and
poetry. Thematic special
issues include "The
Holocaust," "Writings From
Prison" and "The Sixties."

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