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October 11, 1974 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-11

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Greek Official Won't Discuss Press Slurs of Henry Kissinger Social Security
I THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 11, 1974-19
WASHINGTON (JTA) — Greece have indulged in anti- Jews during World War II.
Greek Deputy Prime Min- Semitic statements in their
When he was asked why Brochure Printed
Kids' Magazine Marks 36th Anniversary
ister George Mavros declined discussion of the Cyprus sit- U.S. Secretary of State Henry
in Yiddish for Aged NEW YORK — "World class curriculum.
last week to explain why uation.
A. Kissinger was described

sections of the press in

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However, an unidentified
m e m b e . r of the Mavros
party, volunteered that the
Greek Jewish community
has been told they have "no
worry" in Greece and
pointed out the Greeks were
always on the side of the

in some newspapers as 'the
Jew Kissinger," the member
replied : " W e 11 , Kissinger
happens to be a Jew. We're
against Kissinger, but not be-
cause -he is a Jew."
Mavros is in the U.S. to
attend the UN General As-
sembly session.

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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
brochure on the new federal
Supplementary Security In-
come (SSI) program for the
aged, blind and disabled has
been published in Yiddish by
the northeast region of the
Department of Health, Edu-
cation and Welfare at the
suggestion of the American
Jewish Congress, which pre-
pared the translation.
AJCongress officials said
a similar brochure was in
production in California, also
with AJCongress cooperation.
The pamphlet, entitled in
English "Helping the Aged,
Blind and Disabled in New
York State," describes who
is eligible for SSI, how and
where to apply, proof of
assets and income required
for eligibility and the amount
to be expected in SSI funds.

Israeli Creates
Prints for UJA

Over", the internationally ac-
claimed children's magazine
published by the Board of
Jewish Education of Greater
New York has begun its 35th
year of publication.
Published 16 times a year,
World Over contains events
and news analysis, stories,
feature articles, puzzles and
cartoons spotlighting Jewish
life and history for the young
reader. In schools around
the globe, World Over serves
as an integral part of the

World ORT Gets
Grant from Danes

NEW YORK — The World
ORT Union has received a
grant - of DK 600,000 (about
$97,000) from DANIDA, the
Danish Government Develop-
ment Agency. -
The funds are earmarked
for the training of teaching
technicians from ORT's
North African network.

This year, two special is-
sues will be published: "The
Jews of Russia", dealing
with the crisis of Jewish sur-
vival in the Soviet Union,
and "Jews in Sports II," a
sequel to last years issue re-
porting on Jewish athletes—
past and present.

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Shaar, an Israeli contempor-
Once mislaid it takes lots
ary painter, has created two of doing to find lost confi-
342-7100
lithographs of the High Holy dence.
Days for the United Jewish
Appeal, according to Irving
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Bernstein, executive vice
chairman.
14th Commercial Property Clinic
Donated to the UJA by the
artist, ,the lithographs will be
offered for sale through the
Jewish Federations and Wel-
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
fare Funds of the U.S. Pro-
Raleigh House — Southfield
ceeds will go to UJA's Israel
Emergency Fund.
Sponsored by Detroit Board of Realtors
The lithographs are signed
limited editions, entitled
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Friday, Oct. 25, 1974

"My husband's
a"perked coffee" Mayvin:
He insists on Maxim:"

Maxim tastes li.ke fresh
perked coffee because
Maxim starts with fresh
perked coffee. Then it's
freeze-dried into big dark
chunks—chunks of real
perked coffee. That's
Maxim. Fantastic flavor
by the cup or the potful.

GENERAL FOODS

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MAXIM: The Mayvin's favorite for fine coffee flavor.

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