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December 03, 1971 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-12-03

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Daughters Win an Award. for Purtan

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WXYZ Radio "put-on-king" Dick .Purtan accepts - the Goklett

Tevye Award presented by Akiva Hebrew Day School at the benefit

performance of "Fiddler on the Roof" recently at Northland Theatre.
Shown are (from left) Mrs. Purtan; Jill, Jackie and Jennifer, three
of the five Purtan daughters; Purtan; and Akiva Principal Rabbi
Gerald Werner. Tevye, like Purtan, bad five daughters; so Akiva
decided to honor the radio personality for his achievement.

Israel Blueprints Economy Moves
to Cut Building, Public Observance

JERUSALEM (JTA)—A sweep-
ing list of government economy
measures has been approved in
principle by the cabinet. But pro-
posals to curtail economic privi-
leges granted new immigrants
were held in abeyance pending

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to the former President Arturo
Frondiii, and currently president
of the 'Argentine 'Writers Associa-
tion, -stated that rampant national-
ism coiaplZT*Ifh BntiSemitlsn ;`.'is
one of the visible forms of colonial
mentality, and _stagnation. .1
Speaking -,at the monthl,f, itnicti-
eon--meeting- of--the•-Delegacion• de-
Astociacionez israelitis ;Atte/dinal .
(DMA), the central - body -of -Ar-
gentine Jewry, Cuneo said that the
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-(anti-Lsrael).
-ads" placed in Argentine papers
by the Arab League was clearly
"racist" and would lead to racial
discrimination in Argentina if not
halted in time:

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by artisans who take pride in their work. A
unique flame inscription reads "LECHA-NA-
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LESHABAYACH" . . . "TO YOUR GREAT
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oil or candles. 52.00.

Tallis, Tefillin Club
Plans Sunday Program

The Tanis and Tefillin Club of
Cong. Beth Achim announces a
program of prayer, breakfast and
bowling starting 0 a.rn. Sunday
at the synagogue.
The program is open to all post-
Bar Mitzvn boys age 13-17.
Advisers include Max Silver-
z nitai;
Rbien;"Sticktittlenilan:

call Cong. Beth Achim, 352-8670.

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consultations between the govern-
ment and the Jewish Agency.
The moves approved halt the
construction of all public buildings
except hospitals, schools and tele-
phone exchanges. Synagogues are
included in the ban, but these and
other project are subject to re-
view, a government spokesman
told the Jewish T el e gr a phi c
Agency.
Under the economy program,
the government will not replace
official ears or furniture in gov-
ernment offices except In cases
of complete breakdown. Public
ceremonies are cancelled. The
cabinet also approved freezing
dividends at the current level
and the continuation of price
controls until the end of the
year.
Business expenses will be strict-
ly curtailed, and the hiring of halls
for bar mitzvas, weddings and simi-
lar personal expenditures will be
taxed heavily.
The cabinet approved the estab-
lishment of a committee to super-
vise the details of the economy
program. It is headed by Avraham
Agmon, director general of the
finance ministry. Agmon told the
JTA that the curtailment on new
buildings would save about $42,-
000,000, but he said he had no
idea how much money could be
saved by the other measures.

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Half of the
9,000 =married persons who came
to Israel in 1970 with the intention
of settling have returned to their
countries of origin, Mlle Seidel,
head of the Histradrut's absorp-
tion department, told a meeting
of secretaries of Labor Councils,
as reported in the Jerusalem Post.
He attributed this to the fact
that agencies involved in absorp-
tion of new immigrants tend to
concentrate on family groups rath-
er than on individuals. They also
deplored that only 25 per cent of
the immigrants who join the labor
force join the Histadrut.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
42—Friday, December 3, 1971

'Arab League Racism
Threatens 'Argentina'

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- LOS ANGELES (JTA) — A
$1,150,000 goal was set at the
West Coast annual conference and
banquet of the Israel Ilistadrut
Campaign attended by 2 , . 000 per-
sons. The record goal includes
41,000,000 in immediate and long
term commitments to the Israel
Histadrut campaign and $150,000
to help create air institute for
Negev Studies in Sde Boker, home
of Israel's first prime minister,
David Ben-Gurion.

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