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June 24, 1977 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Almogi Says He'll Stay On
as Jewish Agency Head

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
- Yosef Almogi, chairman of
the World Zionist Organiza-
tion and Jewish Agency
Executives, said Monday
that he saw no reason why
he should submit his resig-
nation before the 29th
World Zionist Congress con-
venes in February, 1978. He
said that the fact that a
new government is taking
in Israel does not
that the WZO chair-

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man should "automati-
cally" resign.
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin is scheduled to ad-
dress the Zionist General
Council at a special session
,marking the 10th anniver-
sary of Jerusalem's re-uni-
fication. The Council will
deal with political matters,
aliya and absorption, budg-
etary, financial and funding
problems and preparations
for the Jewish Agency's
sixth annual General Assem-
bly meeting Sunday-
Thursday.
Americans will play a
leading role in the Assem-
bly. The major address will
be delivered by Max Fish-
er, of Detroit, chairman of
the Jewish Agency's Board
of Governors.
Melvin Dubinsky, of St.
Louis, will chair the budget
review committee and Paul
Zuckerman, of Detroit, will
open the session on inter-
national fund-raising.

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Phone:
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cup of coffee and .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Meyer (Mike) Must saw more than
$500,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions realized at the annual
Cong. Bnai David dinner on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds, held this year in tribute to the Musts. Must re-
ceived the state of Israel's United Jerusalem Award "in
appreciation for his meritorious service to the synagogue.
the community and Israel." Cong. Bnai David was present-
ed with the Congregational Award "for its past and contin-
uing support of the Israel Bond program." Shown with the
Musts are, standing, from left: Max Sosin, dinner co-chair-
man and member of the Ambassador's Society of
Trustees; Cantor Hyman J. Adler; Merrill Gordon, gener-
al chairman of the Detroit Bonds organization and mem-
ber of the Prime Minister's Century Club; and Nathan
Pack, dinner chairman. Must became the fifth Detroiter to
join the Prime Minister's Century Club.

Alert Bus Driver

JERUSALEM (JTA)—An
alert Egged bus driver was
credited last week with pre-
venting possible loss of life
or injuries to his passen-
gers. The driver, who
spotted a suspicious looking
package in his vehicle, or-
dered all of his passengers
off. He drove to the Egged
garage and was on the way
to telephone the police
when a bomb contained in
the package exploded. No
injuries were reported and
damage to the bus was
minor.

Liz Offered
to Be Hostage

The Jewish National
Fund Office. 22100 Green-
field Rd., Oak Park, will be
closed on Sundays during
July and August.
JNF will be open week-
days from Mondays through
Fridays. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..
except on Fridays, when
the office closes at 4 p.m. It
is closed on Saturdays and
all Jewish holidays.
For information. call
JNF. 968-0820.

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Fabric and Leather Lounge Chairs
Decorator Accessories • Wall Hangings
Mirrors • Art Work • Curios
Grandfather Clocks • Brass Beds
Secretaries.

LOS ANGELES (JTA)-
Movie actress Elizabeth
Taylor offered herself as a
hostage for the more than
100 Air France hijack vic-
tims held by terrorists at
Entebbe Airport in Uganda
during the tense days be-
fore the Israeli rescue raid
last July 4.
That disclosure was made
by Israel's Ambassador to
the United States, Simha
Dinitz, at a Jewish National
Fund gala honoring Ms.
Taylor and her husband,
John W. Warner, for their
support of the JNF.

JNF Offices Close
Sundays in Summer

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$400,000 inventory of the
American Charter Furniture Co.

during which suits, sport coats, slacks, raincoatsand shoes...

ENTIRE STOCK OF CLOTHING WILL BE

Friday, June 24, 1977 7

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HELD AT THE PREMISES OF THE FORMER
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Open 10-9 Every Day, 12-6 Sunday
Deliveries Available.
Bank Americard and Master Charge honored.
Payment Terms Can Be Arranged.
Sold As Is. All Sales Final.

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