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November 01, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, Novembert, 1974-35

City of Hope, to Meet

The 62nd annual dinner-
dance by Detroit Business-
men's Group, City of Hope,
will be held Sunday at - Ra-
leigh House.
Guests late in replying to
their. invitations are request-
ed by president Norman Al-
lan "to contact hosts or call
The Detroit Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope office,
894-5133 or 895-8500.
Bringing greetings from
the City of Hope National
Medical Center, will be
movie and television star Sue
Ane Langdon. Comedy star
Morty Gunty will head the
entertainment, with Hal Gor-
don and his orchestra.

TRAYS
SI) 40

Am per pers.

ED'S MINI DELI

543-6073

28875 FRANKLIN ROAD

Family Organizes
Candy Collection

Cor. 12 Mile & Northwestern

355-2010
Fine Italian-French Cuisine
BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCHEONS
AND CHOICE DINNERS -

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The Landau family of Oak
Park will again collect un-
wanted Halloween candy for
children at the 0 a k l a n d
County Children's Village
and Maxey Boys Training
School.
For 15 years, the family
has conducted the project.
Candy may be dropped off
at the home of the Louis Lan-
daus, 24231 Gardner, Oak
Park, before Nov. 10.

MON.. THURS., 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, 11 a.m. to Midnight
SATURDAY, 4:30 p.m. to Midnight

I

EVERY THURSDAY EVENING
PASTA & PAGLIACCI NIGHT -

MON. THRU THURS.

PASTA & PIANO

1:30 p.m. - 3:30

p.m.
BOB "Ask Your Neighbor" ALLISON

MONDAYS, 12:30 to 2 p.m.

PASTA & PHASHION
with fashions by Claire Kelly

All are judged on Rosh
Hashana.—Talmud

THE ADVANCE
NOSHERIE
CATERING
IN THE ADVANCE BUILDING

23077 GREENFIELD, Corner of 9 Mile Rd., Southfield

Owned and Operated by ROnnie Forman

557-8060
COMPLETE CATERING FROM 25 TO 125






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This

Week's Radio and Television Programs

Feature: An address to the
ETERNAL LIGHT
Jewish community.
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
*
Station: WWJ.
VISTAS OF ISRAEL
Feature: The annual dra-
Time: 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
matic series begins with a
Station: WOMC-FM (104.3).
focus on 200 years of inde-
Feature: Israeli culture
pendence. Joseph Mindel's
drama • "Proclaim Liberty" and literature. A calendar of
will be presented.
events in the Jewish com-
* *
munity follows.
* *
HIGHLIGHTS
LUBAVITCH
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
Station: Channel 2.
JEWISH HOUR
Feature: Seymour Riklin,
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
coordinator for special pro-
Station: WNIC (1300).
je&s, University Center for
and
Adult Education; Walter Sha-
Time: 1 a.m. Monday.
pero, co-chairman of the ad-
Station: WNIC-FM (100).
visory committee of the De-
and
troit chapter of American
Time: 10:45 a.m. Sunday.
Jewish Committee; and Lew-
Station: WPON (1450).
is S. Grossman, president of
Feature: Rabbinical re-
the Jewish Community Coun- marks. JewiSh music.
• • •
cil; will present "The Trial
RELIGION IN THE NEWS
of 'Duddy Kravitz.' "
*
Time: 9:05 a.m. Sunday.
Station: CKWW.
INTERVIEW IMPROMPTU
and
Time: 12:30 p.m. Wedne8-
RELIGIOUS SCOPE
day.
Time: 11:30 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WQRS (105.1).
Station: Channel 9.
and
Feature: News in the Jew-
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
- Feature: "An Overture to ish community.
* *
the Book Fair."
* *
ROZHINKES
MIT MANDLEN
"IF NOT NOW . . ."
Time: 9 a.m. Monday,.
Time: 7 p.m. Tuesday.
Station: WDET-FM (101.9). Wednesday and Thursday.
Station: WIID (1090).
Feature: Milton Krents
Feature: Israeli and Yid-
and Susan Novins of the na-
tional American Jewish Com- ish music, news, interviews,
mittee will speak on Holo- recipies and other features.
caust survivors oral history. A Jewish News staffer will
*
*
give a brief news report.
* * *
MESSAGE OF ISRAEL
BNAI
SHALOM
Time: 6:35 a.m. Sunday.
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WXYZ (1270).
Station: WBRB-FM (102.1).
. and
Feature: Jewish humor,
Time: 10:45 p.m. Sunday.
music, culture and literature,
Station: WDEE (1500).

Dinitz Calls Russian Emigrants
of Highest Importance to Israel

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raeli Ambassador S i m c h a
Dinitz said last week that the
agreement between the Ad-
ministration and Congress
which is -expected to lead to
large numbers of Soviet Jews
emigrating to Israel is of
"revolutionary importance"
if it is realized.
The Israeli envoy to Wash-
ington spoke at an off-the-
record meeting of the Con-
ference of Presidents of Ma-
jor American -Jewish Organ-
izations.
Dinitz reportedly said that
Soviet emigration is neces-
sary for Israel's survival
since the Jewish state could
not exist with only three mil-
lion Jews. -
He had warm praise for
Sens. Henry M. Jackson (D.-
Wash.), Jacob K. Javits (R.-
N.Y.) and Abraham Ribicoff
(R.-Conn.) for their efforts
in reaching the agreement.
Dinitz also praised the Ford
Administration.
According to sources, Din-
itz also said that the U.S.
agrees with Israel that the
Palestine issue must be set-
tled in the context of nego-
tiations with Jordan and that
a third state between Israel
and Jordan would be harmful
to the U. S., Israel and Jor-
dan because it would fall un-
der -Soviet influence.
He said Israel wants to ne-
gotiate with Egypt next but
the forthcoming Arab summit
conference in Rabat will de-
termine whether thiS is pos-

Israeli Economists Recommend
Austerity Program, Defense Cut

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Is-
rael's top economic leaders
have recommended a pro-
gram of fiscal austerity that
includes paring the defense
budget by IL 500,000,000 in
order to salvage the nation
from a rapidly worsening ec-
onomic situation.
The program was outlined
at a meeting attended by
Finance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz, Minister of Com-
merce and Industry Haim
Barley and Moshe Zanbar,
governor of the Bank of 'Is-
rael.
They agreed that a sub-
stantial reduction in govern-
ment services is needed.
They called for: a continued
freeze on public construction
and the construction of large
apartments; an additional IL
1-billion cut - in the national
budget; and the issuance of
short-term bonds to the pub-
lic to soak up excess cash -
that js contributing to a dis-
astrous inflationary spiral.
The economic leaders did
not mention a possible deval-
uation of the Israeli pound,
despite rumors that such a
move was inevitable.
They made their recom-
mendations against the back-
ground of reports that cur-
rency in circulation has in-
creased by 12 per cent dur-
ing the last two months; that
credit outstanding increased
by IL 200,000,000 during the
first three weeks of October
despite credit, restrictions;
and that Israeli banks are
again suffering a liquidity
problem. ,
The treasury has been
pouring money into public
institutions, such as munici-
palities which are short of
cash and are over-spending
their income.

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NY Airs Tahnud
Study Program

Classifieds Get Quick Results

VINCENZO'S'

GET ON THE RIGHT TRACK!

sible. In an apparent refer-
ence to the debate over Jew-
ish settlement on the West
Bank, Dinitz urged American
Jewish organizations to be
unified. He reportedly said
the importance of unity
among American Jews trans-
cends any difference over
particular issues.

NEW YORK—A new Jew-
ish educational p r o j e c t,
"Mishnayot on the Air," be-
gan recently in the New York
metropolitan area, sponsored
by Torah Umesorah — Na-
Ronal Society for Hebrew
Day Schools.
The project, a radio pro-
gram, is geared to teach
mishnayot — an introduction
to the Talmud—twice weekly.
Although prim arily pro-
gramed in English for He-
brew Day School students
from grade 5 and above, the
"Mishnayot on the Air" proj-
ect also is attempting to de-
velop a listening audience of
adults, teen-agers, and syna-
gogue adult education groups.
Meanwhile, it was an-
nounced that Rabbi Leo J.
Cogan of Belle Harbor, N.Y.
has been appointed chairman
of the 31st annual awards
dinner of Torah Umesorah
to be held Nov. 1'7 at the
New York Hilton Hotel.

expectations
Widespread
that the pound will be de-
valued has led to heavy with-
drawals from banks to pur-
chase foreign currency and
to pre-pay debts in foreign
currency. The result has
been a drop in Israel's for-
eign currency reserves.

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