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October 12, 1973 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-10-12

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18—Friday, October 12, 1973 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Cost of Israel Loan Up to 28 Per Cent

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
freezing of credits by Israel's
Central Bank has resulted in
an immediate increase in the
cost of loans for both private
persons and business organi-

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are demanding finan ce
charges of 25-28 per cent on
paying as much as 30 per
cent interest on their loans.
The increased demand for
credit also has increased the
cost of money to private bor-
rowers, some of whom are
paying as much as 30 per
cent interest on their loans.

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NATHAN B. BEDERMAN
of Chicago, a trustee of Sper-
tus Colleg'es of Judaica has
been named chairman of the
college's development fund.
ROBERT M. SCHRAYER of
Highland Park, Ill., trustees
and treasurer of the college,
has been named chairman
of its annual giving program,
a component of the develop-
ment fund.

The American Israel Public
Affairs Committee has elec-
ted LEO DUNN of Boston
as vice president of its na-
tional executive committee
and MRS. ADOLF ROBISON
of Teaneck, N.J., as secre-
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Fay Lublin and Jeanne
Fishman, both of Oak Park,
will be among the exhibitors
at the PARAMONT AN-
TIQUE SHOW beginning 1
p.m. Thursday at the W.
Eight Mile Armory. A nomi-
nal admission charge will al-
low browsers to see and buy
Tiffany lamps, glass and
china gifts, antique jewelry,
silver and furniture items.

Collectors Society
to Begin New Series

JENKINTOWN, Pa. — For-
mation of the Israel Interna-
tional Collectors Society to
develop and market a new
s e r i e s of Jewish-interest
coins, medals and silver bars
was announced recently.

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The new society is a sub-
sidiary of the publicly held
Israel International Corp.
with national corporate of-
fices here. Howard E. Katz,
10 MILE & GREENFIELD
chairman of Israel Interna-
The EASTER SEAL SO- tional Corp., said.
CIETY FOR CRIPPLED
CHILDREN AND ADULTS
WOODROW W. WOODY PROUDLY ANN JUNCES
OF MICHIGAN will cele-
THE OPENING OF THE BEAUTIFUL NEW
brate its 52nd year of serv-
ice to the handicaped at its
annual state convention
Thursday through Oct. 20 at
the Ramada Inn, Romulus.
it was announced by Albert
F. Tews, 0.D., presiep-mt.
Volunteers, friends and the
public are invited. For reser-
vations and information, call
the Easter Seal Societies'
state office in Detroit, 341-
1721.

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The Weizmann Institute of
Science's department of ap-
plied mathematics will be
headed by LEE SEGEL, pro-
fessor of mathematics at
Rensselaer Polytechnic In-
stitute, Troy, N.Y., it was
announced by acting institute
president, Prof. Israel Dos-
trovsky.

Black Hebrews Appeal Denied

The court will deal with the
JERUSALEM (JTA) — The
NEW YORK — A dinner I Supreme Court rejected an Black Hebrew problem in
November after the interior
for the Weizmann Institute of appeal by 28 members of the ministry replies to their re-
Science in Rehovot, Israel ' Black
Hebrew
community
review
its decision
not to
to quest for permanent visas.
will take place Nov. 5 at the grant them immigrant status
New York Firm Get-
I under the Law of Return.
Waldorf Astoria.
The court agreed, however, $547,000 in Bonds
to extend the order forbid-
NEW YORK (JTA) —
ding the interior ministry to Israel Endowment Funds
deport them until their re- Inc., here, has purchasec
quest for permanent visas is $547,000 in State of Israe
reviewed.
Bonds, it was announced
The applicants, represented Sidney Musher, president o
by attorney Yosef Ben Me- t h e 50-year-old tax-exec:-,,
nashe, argued that the court institution.
PEF was founded by Su
should review its former de-
cision because the Black He- preme Court Justice Louis D
brews had failed to mention Brandeis, Rabbi Stephen S
at their previous hearing that Wise, Robert Szold and other::
they received "treatment leading Americans.
cards" from the Jewish
Be careless in your dre5
Agency when they entered
Israel, which indicated the if you must, but keep a tidy
agency regarded them as po- soul.—Mark Twain.
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Judges Moshe Landau, Al-
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W e i z m a nn Institute, an- regular immigrants.
nounced that Arthur B. Krim,
chairman of United Artists
and a former Presidential
Consultant, will preside.
The dinner will honor Mor-
ris L. Levinson, elected last
month as president of the
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Tsur in Argentina
at Peron Inaugural

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Yaacov Tsur, the chairman
of the Jewish National Fund
in Israel, headed his coun-
try's delegation to the inaugu-
ration of Juan Peron in Ar-
gentina Wednesday. Tsur was
Israel's first ambassador to
Argentina during the early
1950s and established per-
sonal ties with Peron whic?-1
he maintained during the Ar-
gentinian leader's long exile.
Earlier this year, after
Peron's re-election, Tsur flew
to Madrid to meet with him.
He reported back to the cab-
inet that Peron's sympathetic
attitude to Jews and Israel
remained staunch.

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Jefferson.

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