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September 24, 1965 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-09-24

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Israel Output Rises but Pace Slower Than '64

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

cutbacks in imports and increased
earnings from exports particularly
from tourism. Full employment
and a shortage of skilled labor also
continued during the first half of
1965, accompanied by a continued
rise in the standard of living, the
report said.
The Israel Treasury announced
Wednesday that foreign currency
reserves rose to an all-time high
of $700,000,000 at the end of the
fiscal year, March 31.
Foreign currency earnings in-
creased $50,000,000 and expendi-
tures dropped $58,000,000, while
the volume of external loans re-
ceived during the fiscal year de-
creased, the treasury said.

JERUSALEM — The Israel
Finance Ministry reported Tuesday
that the growth of output of all
branches of Israel's economy con-
tinued during the first half of 1965,
but at a slower pace than during
1964.
The growth in Israel's gross
national product (GNP) currently
is at a rate of 9 to 10 per cent,
the ministery estimated in a survey
prepared for the new government
yearbook. The principal cause in
the slowdown of GNP growth was
attributed to restrictions in public
building activity instituted as an
anti-inflation step. However, there
also was a slight dip in agricultural
and industrial expansion.
God cannot see the marks and
At the same time, the ministry markings by which humans dis-
reported there was a considerable tinguish themselves from others.
improvement in Israel's interna- He can but see the humans.
tional trade balance because of
D. Runes

Bnai Brith Youth Set 'Get to Know
Each Other Dance' for Membership

The Detroit Aleph Zadik and
Bnai Brith Girls Councils of the
Bnai Brith Youth Organization will
hold a BBYO "Get to Know Each
Other Dance" 8 p.m. Oct. 2 in the
Union Ballroom on the University
of Detroit campus.
The dance a non-dated affair, is
open only to AZA and BBG chapter
members and there is no fee for
nationally registered members.
BBYO membership cards will be
distributed by chapters at the door;
those presently in an AZA or BBG
chapter, but who have not yet
registered nationally will pay a
nominal fee.
AZA and BBG Council execut-
ive boards, led by Bob Burnstein,
AZA Council president, and Edye
Fagenson, BBG Council presi-

Danny Raskin's

LISTENING

dent, will present a skit high-
lighting the past summer's BBYO
programs and the goals for the
coming program year.
Music will be provided by a
band and refreshments will be
served. Dress is casual.
Co-chairmen for the kickoff
dance are Beverly Harris, Szold
BBG; and Alan Lampear, Brand-
eis AZA. Steering committee mem-
bers are Denise Kreftman, Szold
BBG; Marc Hirsch, Goode AZA;
Anita Liberman, Ruach BBG; and
Robert Ruby, Solomon AZA.
EVER HEAR "High Noon" done
Advisor to this program is Melvin in twist and waltz tempos? . . .
Yale Clayton, assistant BBYO Well, its Manny Leonard's favorite
director, Michigan Region.
tune, and band leader Mack Pitt
gave out with all barrels in making
The people are the only sure in the theme song at recent Bar
reliance for the preservation of Mitzvah reception of Renee and
our liberty. — Jefferson.
Manny's son, Norbert . . . Even
the Raleigh House employees
were caught in the rhythmic swirl
and unconciously hummed the
famous Gary Cooper song of the
western saga by the same name
. . . Seems as though everyone
knew that Mack would play "High
Noon" as Manny and Renee got
up to light their candle with Norby
. . . Just wouldn't have been fitting
otherwise!

O
S

C * *

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• Complete Menu of Marty's
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Fri. 'tit 2:30 a.m. Sat. 'til 3:30 p.m.

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SEA FOODS

CLAM SHOP

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Music by Muzak

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682-0600

PILOT FRIEND OF accountant
Iry Magy, on one of the major air
lines, would wait until the going
got bumpy, then stroll through the
cabin with a book under his arm
. . . The title, which he kept prom-
inently displayed, was "How To
Fly in 10 Lessons."
* * *
HARRY GROSS' den at home
is piled with Bnai Brith newspaper
awards . . . He is one of the most
journalistic honored members in
all BB . . . Harry, now editor of
the newly-named Maurice C. Zeiger
Tribune (f or m e r 1 y Oak-Woods
Gazette,) has not only won district
and many other lodge awards, but
is also a recipient of the very
highly coveted Philip Klutznick
National presentation . . . Nine
years ago, Harry edited the Louis
Marshall Lodge paper . . . His
column, "Azoy Gate Ess" is widely
known and acclaimed for its in-
formative data along the humorous
flow of wordage.

* * *

IF YOU THINK its hard to meet
new people, pick up the wrong
golf ball.
* * *
ASKED WHAT HE'd learned at
Sunday school, 10-year-old Don-
ald Moser told parents Albert and
Ceil, "Well, our teacher told us
about when God sent Moses behind
the enemy lines to rescue the
Israelites from the Egyptians.
When they came to the Red Sea,
Moses called for the engineers to
build a pontoon bridge . . . After
they had all crossed, they looked
back and saw the Egyptian tanks
coming. Quick as a flash, Moses
radioed headquarters on his walkie-
talkie to send bombers to blow up
the bridge and saved the Israelites"
. . . "Donald." exclaimed the start-
led Ceil, "is that really the way
your teacher told that story?" .. .
"Well, not exactly. But if I told
it her way, you'd never believe
it!"
• • •
OVERHEARD . . . Wife to hus-
band . . . "I really don't want an
awful lot of money. I just wish
we could afford to live the way
we are living now."

Hashomer's 'Ken Negba'
Schedules Gathering

Asaf Orr, educational director
of Ken Negba, Detroit branch of
Hashomer Hatzair, will narrate
color slides of Camp Shomria at
a gathering 8 p.m. today at the
Hashomer building.
Detroit's delegate to the second
North American Jewish Youth
Conference will report on the
gathering; and plans for the year
will be discussed.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
46—Friday, September 24, 1965

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