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June 14, 1974 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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for your party

By

SAM FIELD

Call

399-1320

Men who claim they never
mode a mistake in their lives
generally have wives who
did.

NEW YORK — For the
first time, a delegation from
the American Sephardi Fed-
eration — the organization
of Sephardic Jewry in the
U. S. — participated in the
recent World Sephardi Fed-
eration meeting in Geneva,
where plans for activating
world Sephardic Jewry to
help Israel and Jews in Arab
lands were adopted.
It was announced that a
$100,000,000 fund to help Is-
rael's Oriental Jewish fami-
lies solve their housing, edu-
cation and welfare problems
and to train social workers
will be set up by the govern-
ment, the Jewish Agency and
the World Sephardi Federa-
tion.
Federation President Nis-
sim Gaon suggested that the
WSF raise $1,500,000 from
the world's Sephardi commu-
nities to help needy Sephardi
families abroad, strengthen
educational and spiritual re-
sources in the Sephardi Dia-
spora, and help endangered
Sephardi communities to
come to Israel__
The presidium called upon
the U. S. and the civilized
world as a whole to bring
pressure upon Arab nations,
particularly Syria and Iraq,
to end the inhumane perse-
cution of their Jewish popula-
tions and to allow them to
leave freely.

HAL CORDON

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Nancy K. at Hadassah Hospital U.S. Sepharclis THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 14, 1974-19
at World Parley Olim Retraining Fund

Now Open California Showroom;
Featuring the items that made
California the center for fine
furniture: At our famous prices,
All in stock for immediate delivery
Over 5,000 items to pick from

While the American secretary of state was shuttl-
ing between Jerusalem and Damascus, Mrs. Henry A.
Kissinger remained in Jerusalem. After a visit to the
Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center she said:
"This is a great medical center, even compared to Amer-
ican standards?' Mrs. Kissinger visited the Chagall win-
dows in the synagogue and the pediatrics department,
where she saw Jewish and Arab children being treated
side-by-side, with their parents chatting amiably to each
other.

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GALLERIES

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559-0261

Hours 10-5 daily

Complete stock of furniture,
accessories, lamps, wall decor

STEVE GOODMAN AND
CHUCK MITCHELL will ap-
pear through Sunday at the
Raven Gallery. Show times
are 9:30 and 11:30 p.m. to-
day and Saturday, and 9:30
and 10:30 p.m. Sunday. For
information, call the gallery,
557-2622.
* *
CASS TECHNICAL HIGH
SCHOOL'S HARP AND VO-
CAL ENSEMBLE will cele-
brate its 50th anniversary 8
p.m. today at the school with
a "Summer Serenade." For-
mer Harp and Vocal mem-
bers are invited to join the
program. For information,
call • Pamela Phillips, 925-
0579, after 5 p.m.
* *
Several artists will have an
ART EXHIBITION 11 a.m.-
5 p.m. Saturday at 29229
Northwestern, adjacent to the

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Weddings and Proms

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Corruption wins no more
than honesty in the long run,
but leads in most of the short
races.

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of Men's Suits and
Sportcoats

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DR. LEON FILL

Occasional Flower

Fancy This Boutique, South- 1
field. The display will feature —
_
the works of Cynthia Leven,
printer; Rita Dryman, paint-
er; Faith Symes, ceramics;
Featuring the ALL NEW
Salley Kotler, painter; Harold
Linton, painter; Ronald War-
WINDSOR and TUXTAIL
ren, ceramics; Nancy La-
ALSO
Brett, painter; and Joyce
PRINCE EDWARDS
and David Petrakovitz, cer-
amics.
ALL COLORS AVAILABLE
* * *
FLARED PANTS, RUFFLE
DETROIT FEDERATION
SHIRTS IN ALL COLORS
OF MUSICIANS Local No. 5
Women's Auxiliary will hold E
Rentals • Sales
bingo 7 p.m. Tuesdays at the
Fittings
Federation of Musicians Hall,
19161 Schaefer. There is an
Volare Boots in
admission charge, and re-
Black, Brown and White
freshments will be served.
Group Rates for
The public is invited.

ANNUAL BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY DINNER

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In Recognition of 25 Years of-Dedicated Service
to Israel and the Jewish Community

the

JERUSALEM — The Israel
government has earmarked
IL 60,000,000 in a special
fund for retraining immi-,
grants, it was announced by
Shlomo Rosen, minister of
absorption. He pointed out
that the ministry plans to
buy apartments in the open
market to supplement accom-
modation for new immigrants
supplied by the ministry of
housing.

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