Strike in Israel Brings
1-Day News Blackout
Principles Edited by M. Steinberg
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)
JERUSALEM—Israel seemed un-
usually quiet • Tuesday without
newspapers or radio newscasts be-
cause of a one-day strike called
by the Israeli Journalists Associa-
tion in protest against Israel's new
press libel law.
The newspapers began the 24-
hour strike Monday night. The
radio news strike began at 7 a.m.
with one newscast. Only enter-
tainment programs were broadcast
for the remainder of the strike
The organized journalists con-
tend that some clauses of the new
law impinge on the principles of
freedom of the press. The associ-
ation threatened to strike when
the Knesset passed the law, over
its vigorous protests, but delayed
the walk-out until after the na-
tional elections, Nov. 2.
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AMPAL Meets Sunday
NEW YORK — AMPAL-Ameri-
can Israel Corporation will hold
its 24th annual meeting of stock
and bond holders at the Waldorf-
Astoria, 2 p.m. Sunday.
Investors and friends of AMPAL
and its affiliated companies, as
well as the general public, have
been invited to attend.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Is-
rael Treasury announced that Is-
rael's currency reserves totaled
more than $700,000,000 at the end
of the last fiscal year, an increase
of 20 per cent over the previous
fiscal year. The treasury also
predicted a further rise to $750,-
000,000 by the end of the current
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in Israel Show Gain
In a breakdown, the treasury
reported that earnings from ex-
ports rose by $50,000,000 and
expenditures for imports de-
clined by $58,000,000. On the
other hand, the flow of loans and
other funds to Israel dropped.
The chief drop was in West Ger-
man restitution payments which
declined from $148,000,000 in 1963-
64 to $123,000,000. A further drop
is expected this year but the
amended restitution law in West
Germany is expected to raise in-
come from this source to $150,-
000,000 in 1966-67.
Aid from the United States
totaled $58,800,000 of which $24,-
400,000 came as a loan and $34,-
400,000 in the form of farm surplus
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FOLKS GOING TO the 53rd an-
nual champagne dinner-dance this
Saturday, by City of Hope Busi-
nessmen's Group, are in for a big
surprise . . . Songstress June Valli
was booked to appear but was
taken ill suddenly ... Good things
come to those who work to help
others, and so the wonderful song
stylist Margaret Whiting will ap-
pear on the bill with beautiful
Arlene Dahl and comic Bob Melvin
. . . Hal Gordon's music tops the
affair which has become one of
the highlights of the social sea-
son in Detroit.
FRIENDS OF Mickey Goodman
have an exceptionally gifted child
who was doing poorly in the fourth
grade . . . His teacher, convinced
that the problem was his desire
to be one of the boys, asked the
school psychologist to interview
him . . . At one point the psychol-
ogist asked, "Who Wrote Hamlet?"
. . . Tired of all the questioning,
the boy replied, "How should I
know? Kids my age don't read
* * *
HAL GORDON and orchestra
will play for the joint installation
dinner-dance by Knights of Pythias,
Detroit 55, and Pythian Sisters,
Temple 152, Jan. 23, at Imperial
* * *
HERE'S ONE ABOUT the
Martian who landed in New York
and went right to IBM headquar-
ters . . . He found the machine
that they used to feature on one
of those big quiz programs and said
sternly, "All right. You've had your
fling in show business, now you're
* * *
THE OLD ADAGE, "An organ-
ization is as strong as its leader,"
has been borne out over and over
again during the 13-year-history of
the City of Hope Detroit Cancer
Fighters . . Beginning with its
dedicated, hard-working founder
at the helm, Helen Rosenberg, and
a small band of 14 women, to the
present day leadership of dynamic
Lorraine Schubiner — phis a mem-
bership of 600 — the Cancer Fight-
ers are up to their elbows
preparing for the often requested
repeat of their well - known
"Glamorama Luncheon." . . . Hal
Gordon will be on hand with his
piano tinglings and a trio for
music to a fashion show featuring
internationally - known Mignon of
Paris and New York . . . Date is
afternoon of Dec. 1, at Latin Quar-
ter, with indications that it will
as usual be a complete sell-out
. . . For information or tickets, call
Esther Gorback, UN 3-8532, or
Sylvia Epstein, 353-9663.
* * *
A YOUNG WOMAN pulled up
to the curb and asked Oscar Rap-
poport for directions to the east
side . . . Oscar warned her the
route was a complicated one, and
began the intricate directions .. .
"Wait a minute," she interrupted,
and reached into the glove com-
partment , .. Taking out a transis-
torized tape recorder, she thrust
the microphone at Oscar . . . "Just
talk into this," she said. "As I
drive I can play it back a little
at a time."
The man has neither sense nor
reason that leaves a young wife
at home. — French proverb.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, November 19, 1965