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Page 2-Tuesday, June 2, 1981-The Michigan Daily
Rabbi Kahane
11 O01 W
seeks to outlaw
gentile-Jew sex,

4

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)-Rabbi Meir
Kahane, the American-born Jewish
militant, -is campaigning in Israel's
national election on a pledge to outlaw
sex between gentiles and Jewish
women.
Although Kahane's campaign adver-
tisements mention U.N. troops and
immigrant workers, they concentrate
on sexual contact between Jewish
women and Arabs:
NO MENTION is made of sex bet-
ween non-Jewish women and Jewish
men. A possible reason is that accor-
ding to rabbinical law, a child's religion
is determined only by his mother, and
the child of a Jewish man and a non-
Jewish woman is not considered a Jew.
Also, Arab women are so sheltered that
there is little chance of a marriage bet-
ween an Arab woman and a Jewish
man.
Kahane is seen as having virtually no
chance of election to one of the 12 seats
in Parliament June 30. But his cam-
paign has aroused protest from some
Israeli liberals, who say it reminds
them of Nazi literature.
"This is a daughter of Israel, maybe
your sister, your daughter or your
granddaughter," sayd Kahane's ad,

published in the mass-circulation
dailies Maariv and Yediot Aharonoth
over the weekend.
"CAN YOU be sure she'll marry a
Jew?" the ad asks. "You are invited to
see the Arabs loitering in Jewish towns,
courting the daughters of Israel, their
pockets stuffed with money."
Some 150 Jewish women in Israel are
known to be married to Arab men. The
ad goes on to propose that a five-year
mandatory prison sentence be imposed
"on any non-Jew who has sexual
relations with a Jewish female."
U.N. troops in Israel should be con-
fined to their bases, while kibbutzim
that employ non-Jewish workers would
lose government subsidies, Kahane
says.
Kahane, 48, founder of the Jewish
Defense League in the United States,
immigrated to Israel a decade ago and
has campaigned for the expulsion of
Arabs from Israel.
He also is the only Jew-the others
were Arabs-to be jailed under Israel's
"administration detention law," which
permits imprisonment without trial for
security offenders. Kahane was jailed
for illegal demonstrations in the West
Bank.

Today
Remember the armadillo
T HE TEXAS Senate may have rejected the armadill as the state
animal, but Sam Lewis of San Angelo, inventor of the jalapeno lollipop
and president of the World Armadillo Racing and Breeding Association, is
still in there pushing for his favorite beast. Other Texans have different
ideas. Actor Guich Koock of Fredericksburg is pleading for the mythical
unicorn. "The unicorn is beautiful to behold, one of a kind. The unicorn
represents the trueTexas spirit," said Koock, a star of the former "Carter
Country" television series. McQueeney's "Buffalo Phil" Koehne is backing
"a Texan and American," the buffalo. "The armadillo is a newcomer,"
Koehne wrote to Sen. Glenn Kothman, (D-San Antonio). Lewis promised
political reprisal when Sen. Bob Vale, (D-San Antonio), helped kill a
measure that would have named the armadillo the state mascot. Vale was
quoted as calling the armadillo a "god-awful animal." "Just as there are no
ugly babies so there are no ugly armadillos," Lewis said. "In the next elec-
tion, Bob Vale will find himself in an armadillo race." Koock earlier
referred to the armadillo as "lowly, mudslinging and cowardly." Lewis,
however, defended his choice in a letter to Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby. "The ar-
madillo is determined. Once it makes up its mind to move, nothing will stop
it. It will run over anything it can and tunnel under anything it can't. I it
can't do either, it will jump straight up in the air. Now ain't that just like a
Texan?" Dog in suds
j YOU CAN TAKE your car to a wash-it-yourself place, so why not your
dog? Dave Krejci thought the same thing and made self-service an ad-
ded attraction at his Illinois grooming parlor. It's turned into a good inflation
fighter, he said. For $6 an hour a customer can register any size dirty dog,
comb out its hair on a special table, wash it in a porcelain tub, and then dry it
under a high-speed fan. Optional extras include a nail clip for $2 and five
kinds of soap for tinting different coats. "Doing it yourself cuts costs from 50
percent to 75 percent, depending on the kind of dog," said Krejci, 28, who was
raised on a ranch in Rapid City, S.D., and earned a degree in zoology at
Colorado State University. "For instance, a German shepherd may take 1%
hours to groom'. If you do it yourself, the cost would be $9. It would be $19 if I
did it." A sheep dog, with matted hair 6 to 8 inches long, holds the record-for
self-service grooming - four hours. A short-haired terrier can be fixed up in
one hour or less. Krejci, who gets 15 to 20 customers a week, adds a few free
touches for the self-servers. He puts a drop of caster oil in each dog's eyes to
prevent soap irritation and puts cotton balls in their ears. "After they've
finished, I spray their dogs with cologne, tie a ribbon around their necks and
give them a 'chew stick' - a piece o rawhide - like a barber gives a kid a
sucker," Krejci said. T y e
Today's weather
Cloudy skies today with an expected high in the lower 80s.
Happenings
FILMS
CFT - The Man Who Knew Too Much, 4, 7, 8:40 & 10:15 p.m., Michigan
Theatre.
MISCELLANEOUS
HSO - Meeting of Lesbian/Gay Health Professions, 7:30 p.m., 802
Monroe.
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Tuesday, June 2, 1981
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