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November 01, 1974 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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ETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 1, 1974-39

TREME COURT

R TRIALS
AIR TO
LIC AND
CUSED !

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LLAN CARPENTER MILLER

Vote to

RETAIN
Justice
John W.

FITZGERALD

Supreme Court

"Fitzgerald is regarded as one of the
- best edges in the state court system."

DETROIT NEWS

. . has an excellent record as a jurist
and strong reputation for hard work
and dedication."

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DETROIT FREE PRESS

(Non-Partisan Ballot)

FITZGERAL

paid political advertisement, committee to retain Justice
Fitzgerald, Dean B. Doty, Chairman Grand Ledge, Ml.

NY Poverty Cuts Explained

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Mayor Abraham D. Beame
says that anti-poverty funds
released to the city last year
by the Office , of. Economic
Opportunity (OEO) but not
fully distributed to the local
anti-poverty agencies, were
intended to cover an out-
standing deficit incurred by
the city and were not for the
funding of new projects,
The Mayor made that ex-
planation in reply to an in-
quiry from Sen. Jacob K.
Javits (R.NY) who was ini-
tially involved in securing
the funds for the city and
requested information on
their ultimate disposition.
The city announced last
week that funds for Jewish
poverty agencies will be
stopped in November.
a letter to Beame last
May 6, Javits referred to a
news article published Dec.
22, 1973, stating that "the
funds released by • the OEO
had been due and owing to
the city anti-poverty pro-
grams and, in fact had been
allocate& to specific. local
anti-poverty ;
Beame, i a reply dated
May' 21, said that the OEO
grant; amounting to $6,219,-
031, was awarded on the
basis of a successful claim
by the city for monies ex-
pended in previous fiscal
years.
"These eitpenditures had
been formerlY disallowed by
the OEO which resulted in a
substantial deficit for the fis-
cal year 1971," Beame wrote.
"Hence, this grant was not
meant for the funding of new
projects but was intended to
cover an outstanding deficit
(as) clearly stated in the
Grant _Award."

According to Beame, "The
city's Council Against Pov-
erty and Community Develop-
ment Agency -misinterpreted
the grant as new project
money and issued letters of
intent to fund a variety of
community organizations on
that basis . . Thus, despite
the serious deficit situation,
the city agreed to honor most
of these commitments and
distribute funds for the peri-
od covering Jan. 1, 1974
through the close of the fiscal
year, June 30, 1974."
A list of 18 agencies and
programs that received 0E0
funds during that six-month
period, made •available by
Javits' office, _indicated that
the Metropolitan Council on
Jewish Poverty was the re-
cipient of $190,000, one-half
of what would have been a
yearly allocation of $377,500.

Fewer Israelis Plan
to Leave Country

TEL AVIV (ZINS)
'A
survey discloses that 8.4 per
cent of the Israeli population
is thinking of leaving the
country in the next two years.
Of those voicing such inten-
tions, more than half • spoke
only of the "possibility" of
leaving, .while the others
were more definite about
their plans to emigrate else-
where. ,
The survey, commissioned
by the Hebrew daily, Ha'ar-
etz, also noted that a similar
poll taken in March 1974 re-
vealed. that 11.6 per cent of
those questioned had spoken
of emigration from Israel.

There is no room for God
in,him who is full of himself.
—Hasidic

- Elect

CLARENCE A. REID, JR.

46th District Court Judge

"Endorsed" Southfield News and Observer

"Endorsed" Political Action Committee, Michigan Teamsters Joint Council 43

"Endorsed" Veterans Citizens League

"Endorsed" Teamsters Local Union 614

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"When we neglect our
government we open
the door to corruption,
incompetence, and
decay . . .
(Common Cause

Harry and Anne Norber ,
Dr. & Mrs. Max Appel
Dr. & Mrs. Herbert Bloom
Abraham & Fay Brickner
Allen & Ann Sipher
Mr. & Mrs. Sol Hammerstein
Mr. & Mrs. Sam Bez
Roger 'Shackett
Dr. Gerald Brtckner
Margie & Abe Alpert
Mr. & Mrs. Simon Tabachnik

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JUDGE REID is endorsed by the following community members:

Sheldon G. Larky
Fred A. Garon
Leiv Larson
'Harvey D. Geller
'Sidney Lantz
Bill Goalie':
Jeffrey M. Leib .
. Vicki and Raymond Goldbaum Samuel W. Leib
Sol Goldberg -
Meyer W. Leib
Morton G. Gottesman
Grace Levett
Hanley M. Gurwin
Lewis "Malkin
Cheryl and David Hall
Barry S. Markman
Hubert Hammon
John and Judi Markosky
Leroy Helffnan
Charles McDonald .
Martin W. Hollander
Mildred L. McGregor
Paul Jacob
Robert C. Murphy
Julius Katz
Alex Perinoff
D. Lawrence Kevelighan
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Portney
Marsha Kifferstein
Stephan L. Redisch
Warren Kifferstein
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Riley
Joseph Kochanski
Larry and Rosaland Rogers
Marvin Kramer
William Rose
=Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Krome
Sallie Rosenthal

PARIS (JTA) — Baron Ed- out some means for •the re-
mond de Rothschild, a prom- payment of at least part of
inent member of the Jewish the $8,600,000 deposited by
banking family and chair- the Israel Corp. with his fin-
man of the board of directors ancial concerns.
of the Israel Corp., has re-
Sources close to Roths-
portedly severed his ties with child confirmed, when ques-
fund-raising on Israel's be- tioned by the JTA, that the
corporation chairman has re-
half.
Rothschild, who was due fused to meet Rosenbaum
to host a world gathering of and has told other corpora-
UJA donors at his Geneva tion officers not to do so
home this month, has written either.
UJA director Yakov Gilad
saying that he can no longer
sponsor the event. The 250
major contributors, many
from the U.S., were expected
to gather at his Geneva resi-
dence, the Castle of Pregny,
in the first week of Novem-
ber.
Jewish Agency chairman
Pinhas Sapir said that the
event will take place in Gen-
eva but "somewhete else."
Sapir also said that be hoped
Rothschild's "Coldness is
only temporary."
UJA sources also said that
Baron de Rothschild has not
made • any contributions to
the UJA this year. Last year
he gave $2,000,000. Sources
close to Rothschild\ said that
he is apparently "upset" be-
cause of Israeli and Jewish
FACES
world-wide support for Gen-
COSMETICS AND FRAGRANCES
eva banker Tibor Rosen-
baum.
6675 Orchard Lake Rd.,
Rosenbaum said in an in-
West Bloomfield at
terview that he had tried on
Maple in OW Orchard
a number of occasions to
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meet either with Rothschild
or with his advisers to work.

Don't neglect any longer, join us:

"Preferred and well-qualified" Civic Searchlight and Oakland Citizens League

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Cline
bold Cohen
r omas M. Costello
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land
H. Ellis
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ggey G. Faintuck
e Fleisher
tial A. Gage

Edmond Rothschild Severs
Ties to Fund Raising for Israel

Sanford Rosenthal
Br'uce J. Sage -
John Sisson
James M. Skillman
J. Louis Sfnulyan
Charles Snider
Norman M. Snider
Or. and Mrs. Barney
Solomon.
James J. Stipanovich
Kathleen Sullivan
Harold H. Thompson
Ken Tranchida
Lawrence Marcel Vallet
Jayne Van Deusen
C. George Williams
Arthur L Woods
John Yerex
Rudolph J. Zabel

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