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April 14, 1989 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-14

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I NEWS I

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WHAT DO YOU MEAN
THEY'RE NOT REAL?

50TH ANNIVERSARY SALE

only$ 1939a room!

Court Rules
For Benefits

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CARPET CLEANING

Our fleet of purple on-location cleaning vans
using state-of-the-art equipment are backed by
50 years of experience. Since 1939 we've paid
the strictest attention to quality and service.
We blend our own super-Fiberglo. solution for
professional results in cleaning the new
generation of stain-resistant carpets.
2 room minimum.
Add . 1 charge for rooms over 250 sq. ft.

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Ask about our furniture and drapery
cleaning specials.

Perfect Copy Diamonds
and Precious Stones
Set in 14K Gold

(Yellow • White • Platinum)

The Original Since 1939

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Wishing All Our Customers
Old and New
A Healthy and Happy
Passover

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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1989

WILNO KOSHER

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SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS • CORNED BEEF . BOLOGNA

Washington (JTA) — The
U.S. Supreme Court ruled
unanimously last week that
someone cannot be denied
unemployment benefits
because he refused to work on
his Sabbath.
The decision in the case,
Frazee vs. the Illinois Depart-
ment of Employment Securi-
ty, reversed the denial of
benefits to a man who refus-
ed to work on Sunday because
he belonged to no organized
church or denomination.
The court had previously
upheld a religiously obser-
vant employee's right to
refuse work assignments on
his Sabbath. But this case
was different because of the
plaintiff's lack of religious
affiliation.
The American Jewish Con-
gress hailed the decision as
"an important vindication of
the right to observe your
religious tradition in a way
that is appropriate to your
personal belief. It is an impor-
tant victory for religious
belief,'' the organization said.
In another case,
AJCongress asked the
Supreme Court to review a
lower court decision requiring
an Omaha, Neb., school board
to give official recognition to
a student Christian Bible
Club.
If the high court agrees to
hear the case, Mergens vs.
Westside Community Schools
Board of Education, it could
use the opportunity to rule on
the 1984 Equal Access Act,
which requires public schools
to grant the same access to
religious clubs as it does to
other extracurricular groups.

Greece Opens
Brunner 'Trial

Athens (JTA) — The office of
the district attorney in
Salonika last week began
hearing testimony against
Nazi war criminal Alois
Brunner.
Brunner is believed to be
living in Syria since 1950,
although Syria has repeated-
ly denied this and refused
West German requests for
Brunner's extradition.
The West German
authorities initiated the in-
vestigations taking place in
Salonika, in hopes of gaining
enough evidence to present
Syria with a tough request for
Brunner's extradition.
Brunner, now 76, was a cap-
tain in the SS and the right-
hand man to Adolf
Eichmann.

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