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October 10, 1975 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-10

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20 October 10, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SHOP DAILY \
10 a.m.-5 p.m.

1

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The

PLANTS

In The Country Village Center
20099 W. 12 Mile Road
at Evergreen, Southfield

352-2089

I~

Senator Repudiates Use of His Name

from its views and told its
editor to stop using his
name.
In a letter to Muhammad
Tahir, editor of Islamic
Items, Sen. Gravel de-
clared: "While I certainly
support your right and that
of any group to disseminate
information on any issue, I
in no way wish to associate
myself with your views on
`the need for the Arabs to
fight Israel to the death,'
your general ideas on the
`objectives of Zionism' and
the alleged subordination of
American interests to Jew-
ish interests."

NEW YORK — Alerted
by the American Jewish
Congress that his name was
being used to promote a
Washington, D.C. newslet-
ter that engaged in anti-Is-
rael propaganda and "crude
and blatant anti-Semitism,"
Sen. Mike Gravel of Alaska
has disassociated himself

MAN OF

THE MONTH

It is a pleasure to announce that

Melvin Weisz, C.L.U.

has received the man-of-the-month award as
the most outstanding Representative of our De-
troit-Gold Agency. The award is in recognition
of his excellent service to his policyholders and
our Agency.

Ruben Gold, C.L.U.
Seymour M. Rosenwasser, C.L.U.
General Agents

16900 W. 8 Mile — Suite 236 — Southfield

354-6630

MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
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New Wave of Strikes Hit Israel

LA



TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
new wave of labor strife an-
ticipated in the wake of the
government's latest eco-
nomic measures material-
ized Oct. 2 in Haifa and ad-
jacent regions.
Haifa port was paralyzed
by a two-hour walkout of
dock workers protesting the
sharp price increases that
followed the 10 percent de-
valuation of the pound and
the new sales taxes decreed
by the government last
week.
Of more serious consequ-
ences was the incipient re-
bellion against Histadrut by
its own rank-and-file who
alleged that the labor feder-
Baptists Honor
ation has been cowed by the
Jewish Mayor
government into accepting
CHARLESTON, S.C. — measures that impose the
Mayor Max Heller of Green- heaviest burdens on wage
ville, a Viennese refugee earners.
Eight industrial plants
who became a successful
shirt manufacturer and in the Haifa region belong-
later mayor, was awarded ing to Koor Industries, a
an honorary degree by Fur- Histadrut-owned holding
man University, a Baptist- company, were hit by a
one-hour work stoppage.
affiliated institution.
The strike halted the
Heller and his wife were
honored "for their work loading and discharge of
with the community and the cargoes at Israel's largest
Furman Collegiate Service port, resulting in serious
Corps" which is composed of losses to shipping compa-
more than 1,000 students nies and the port authori-
who volunteer their services ties.
The season of discontent
to 60 agencies in a three-
is having its echo in the
county area.
armed services where
strikes, slowdowns and
protest meetings are out of
the question.
Fords
In calculating their taxes,
senior officers must pay
about $116 on the $250 al-
lowance they get from the
army for the use of their
personal cars. Under the tax
reform measures, these ex-
penses are considered taxa-
ble income.



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1976

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dustrialists have left for
Israel to meet with Pre-
mier Yitzhak Rabin, Fi-
nance Minister Yehoshua
Rabinowitz, and other
government leaders and to
make an on-the-spot sur-
vey of Israel's current eco-
nomic problems and in-
vestment potential for
future developments.

The delegation, consisting
of hank presidents and
board chairmen and leaders
in industry, is headed by
Robert H. Smith, of Wash-

ington, Jewish business and
communal leader, who is
serving as national chair-
man for institutional sales
of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.

CARS TO BE DRIVEN

To any state. Also drivers furnished
to drive your car anywhere.
Legally insured and I.C.C. licensed

DRIVEAWAY SERVICE

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Detroit, Mich. 48204
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GRAND OPENING SALE

Studio One
Metal Sculpture

&

Lamps
Unlimited

announces their

Grand Opening with a
10% to 50% Discount

on all top quality merchandise
Cider Mill Village Telegraph at Square Lake Rd.

Sun. 12-6, Mon., Tures. 11-6, Thurs., Fri., Sat. 11-9 Closed Wed.

Norman Rapp's

4ticistkto0 eweN Co.

Announces That All

JEWELRY REPAIR & SETTING

are done on the premises

Wholesale Jewelry
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry

NEW FALL FASHION
JEWELRY IS HERE

Green Lincoln Office Plaza
25900 Greenfield suite 100
968-1160
Oak Park

Meanwhile, a delegation
of 25 U.S. bankers and in-

Six Hikers Drown
Near Dead Sea

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Six young Israeli hikers
drowned Oct. 30 in a flash
flood that suddenly over-
whelmed them in a deep
gorge near the Dead Sea.
Four other members of
the party managed to
scramble to safety and an-
other nine were rescued by
army and police units as-
sisted by helicopters. -
Because of the flash
floods and early onset of the
rainy season, the young hik-
ers were warned not to en-
ter the steep gorges that
snake through the uninha-
bited region of hills and
sand dunes near the Dead
Sea.
But the group leaders
apparently saw no danger
and the 19 hikers made their
way into the Wadi Dargot,
south of Mitzpeh Shalem.

News
Deadline

The Jewish News local
publicity deadline for the
issue of Friday, Oct. 17,
is noon Monday, Oct. 13,
as usual. However, be-
cause of the observance
of Columbus Day, there
will be no mail delivery
that day.

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