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February 06, 1976 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-06

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14 Friday, February 6, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Campaign Divisions Boast
Success at Section Events

Histadrut, Treasury
Dispute New Plan

Inc.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Treasury and Histadrut
are locked in a dispute over
whether the government's
austerity economic mea-
sures that take effect April
1 will or will not reduce the
living standards of Israeli
workers.
Arnon Gafni, director
general of the Finance Min-
istry, insisted that Israeli
families will not suffer a
loss of disposable income
when the new measures are
implemented.
Histadrut officials, on the
other hand, claimed that the
living standards of 40 per-
cent of Israel's taxpayers
will decline and predicted
widespread unemployment
as a result of the govern-
ment's economic program.

Howard Stone, director of the United Jewish Ap-
peal's overseas programs, was the speaker at the Wom-
en's Division $500 section meeting for the 1976 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund at the Farm-
ington Hills home of Mrs. Arnold Zuroff. Conferring
with Stone before the meeting which raised $46,000, an
increase of $10,000 over last year's pledges from the
same women, are, from left: Women's Division chair-
man Ruth K. Broder, associate chairman of the $500 sec-
tion Barbara Wachler, hostess Joan Zuroff, Women's
Division associate chairman Dulcie Rosenfeld and $500
section chairman Shelby Tauber.

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1/2 0 man

on selected merchandise

Suits, sport coats and slacks from the foremost
designers of fashion clothing, like Tiger of Sweden,
Cardin, Rafael, Van Giles and Franck Olivier.
Shirts in fantastic colors and prints by Cassini, Roland
and Cardin.
And the most contemporary neckwear from
famous makers like Courcheval, Franck Olivier
and Panchaldi.

Jane Sherman, left, vice chairman in charge of de-
velopment of the United Jewish Appeal Women's Divi-
sion, chats with Junior Division women's pre-Campaign
section chairman Ellen Schmier, vice chairman Joan
Satovsky and Detroit Women's Division chairman Ruth
K. Broder at the champagne afternoon fundraising held
Jan. 22. Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. Broder were the speak-
ers at the meeting in the Aaron DeRoy Studio Theatre of
the new Jewish Community Center. According to Mrs.
Schmier, Campaign pledges made that afternoon were
double those made at the women's pre-Campaign meet-
ing last year and included 26 first time pledges.

So hurry ...54% off sale on selected
merchandise is going on now at

Kahane Begins New Campaign

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Meir Kahane, the
leader of the Jewish De-
fense League, announced
upon his release Jan. 30
from the Allenwood (Pa.)
Federal Prison, that he will
lead a campaign against
what he called "unbearable

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Hoffman

Almogi Predicts
Aliya Increase

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9:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday-Wednesday
9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.



JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Aliya from the West will in-
crease by 30 percent in 1976
if the estimates by various
shlichim (emissaries) as-
signed to Western countries
are correct. The forecast
was made Sunday at a
meeting of officials of the
World Zionist Organiza-
tion's aliya department
which is headed by WZO
chairman Yosef Almogi.
The emissaries reported
that the number of applica-
tions for aliya in Western
countries and the increasing
number of potential olim
from the West visiting Is-
rael indicated an immigra-
tion of about 13,000 this
year compared to 10,000 in
1975.

pressure" upon Israel by
Washington and the "re-
treat in panic from one pol-
icy stand after another" by
Israeli leaders.

In a letter to the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency, Ka-
hane said his campaign will
focus on the themes: The
land of Israel within its his-
toric biblical boundaries is
the sole property of the Jew-
ish people; the Arab states
will never recognize the ex-
istence of any Jewish state;
there is no Palestine I
there are no Palestini—is;
Israel should not retreat
"one inch" from any terri-
tory; there should be imme-
diate settlement in all terri-
tory held by Israel; neither
the United States nor any
other nation can be relied
upon by Israel; American
Christians must be told that
support of Israel is their re-
ligious duty; a call for a
massive aliya by American
Jews, and a return by Jews
to religious faith.

Truth is heavy; therefore,
very few can bear the bur-
den of it.
—The Talmud

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