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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

18 Friday, July 29, 1977

THE BLUE BOX
AND EVERYTHING IT
STANDS FOR ON EVERY
IMPORTANT OCCASION.

NEW YORK (JTA )—Aid
to small merchants, many
of them Jewish, whose busi-
nesses were destroyed by
the looting during the July
13-14 blackout, is moving
ahead.
The American Jewish
Committee announced that
Haskell Lazare, director of
its New York City chapter,
is being loaned to the city
of New York to direct a spe-

(968-0820

SUMMER
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50%

OFF

SELECTED JEWELRY and
BOUTIQUE ITEMS

GOLDFINGER Ltd.

in the Claymoor Apts.

29260 Franklin Rd.
Southfield, Mich.

358-1980

Mon.-Sat. 10:30-4:30

-

cial project for helping the
merchants.
Lazare, a community rela-
tions expert' and specialist
in dealing with racial and
ethnic tensions, will serve
as a volunteer director of a
program that will set up
Neighborhood Business As-
sistance teams. in 14 loca-
tions where the looting was
the heaviest.
Lazare said the 14 cen-
ters, which will operate for
two weeks, will be staffed
by volunteer lawyers, ac-
countants, insurance special-
ists and bank representa-
tives "so that a small busi-
nessman will be able to get
the assistance he needs in
one place at dhe time."
At the same time, the
Federation
Employment
and - Guidance
Service
(FEGS), an agency of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies of New Y6rk, an-
nounced a multi-faceted pro-
gram to help the devastated
store owners.
FEGS said that mer-
chants who will not be able
to reopen even with loans
from the federal Small Busi-
ness Administration (SBA)
will be offered a program
of job development, job
placement and career guid-
ance in FEGS locations
throughout the city.
FEGS also is exploring,

GOLDBAUM

SOUTHFIELD CITY COUNCIL

K

VICKI BELIEVES:

• COUNCIL MUST BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PEOPLE

• SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL SHOULD HELP FORM A HOUSING
COMMISSION FOR THE HOMEOWNERS OF SOUTHFIELD

• ORDINANCES SHOULD BE ADOPTED TO PRESERVE AND
PROTECT OUR LIVING ENVIRONMENT

PLEASE JOIN US IN HELPING VICKI GOLDBAUM WIN A COUNCIL SEAT

Jack and Carol Abella
Michelle Adelson
Cantor Hyman S. Adler
Darla Andrews
Marcy Askin
Nancy Austin
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Averbuch
Estelle Babitch
David and Prissy Bachaiov
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barkin
Joseph and Marilyn Bender
Celia Binke
Ray and Simon Binke
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Blumeno
Rose A. Boone
Ellen and Daniel Bosnak
Cindy Brody
David and Susan Brody
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown
Sharon and Elliot Burns
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Bussey
E. Chapman
Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Clifford
Arthur Chaims
Emma Chronister
Albert and Phyllis Conn
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dakesian
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dembs
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Desnoyers
Judith Doubleday
Sylvia Druckman
Jeffrey Ellis
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Farber
Helen Feder
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Feldman
Loretta L. Fenkell
Joann Fennelly
James and Gittel Fish
Frona and Ezra Foner
Dr. and Mrs. Art Freedman
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garbarino
Lucille Garelik
Claire Garlick
Arnold Garvin

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PLEA

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gentile
Shirley Gilbert
Ralph and Marsha Gold
Harvey and Terry Gold baum
Stan and Lorraine Goldberg
Ruthe and Sam Goldstein
Rita Blaske Goldwater
Cindy Green
S. Green
Ralph Gross
Josephine Grubbs
Harry and Rose Gutov
Mrs. C. Hapman
Bob and Calista Harding
Lucy and Robert Harthun
Mrs. Maxwell Heabler
Phyllis Hendrick
petty and Marty Hersch
John J. Hollywood
Jim and Betty Hoose
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Hritzkovin
William Jacob Jr.
Trixie and Fred Kahle
Mrs. Samuel Kapagian
Murr•y Katzman
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klau
Morris Klau
Diane Komorn
Diane and Donald Kopach
Ray and Larry Kriger
Dr. and Mrs. F.D. K root
Florence and George La Ponsa
James and Harriet Lepine
Anne Levin
Donna and Harry Liebziet
Carol and Sidney P. Lifton
Keith Lifton
Babe Lightstein
Howard and Paula Linden
Natalie Lyons
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Markel
Roswell L. Martin

Marylou and Bill McCauley
Douglas and Audrone McDonald
Leon B. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mintz
Michael Mirves
Carroll G. Mullen
Paula Munshen
Gail Nemer
Delores Neuhausen
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr
Alex Perinoff
Mike and Lee Quesada
Bob and Lillian Reiss
Freda Riccardi
Marilyn Rosman
Julius and Odette Roth
Mr. and Mrs. B. Rusinosk
Seymour and Harriet Sandweiss
David Sawyer
Alwin and Ina Schmid
Claire Serling
Shirley Sharkey
Barbara Shaw
Diana Shultz
Shirley Shultz
Bernice and Milton Singer
Rosalind Sipher
Alice and James M. Smith
Marilyn Spicer
Paul Michael Stoll
Ruth Szabo
Harold Thompson
Julius and Margaret Vingerelli
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Volk
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voss
J. Leo Walton
Judith and Sydney Weinstein
Judie and Jerry Weisman
Elizabeth Weiss
Robert and Dorothy Wright
Mr. and Mrs. John'Yerex
Mr. Joseph Yoshonis
Mrs. Samuel Zamler
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Zimmerman

FSUPPORT VICKI ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 2ND

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AJCommittee
Gets Bequest

Blackout Looting Victims Aided by NY Federation Body

REMEMBER

Palcrfdr by - ddldbalm for Southfield Council CoMmittee

together with the New York
Urban Coalition, the possi-
bility of a joint program
using existing federal
money for on-the-job train-
ing grants for employees of
businesses that are able to
reopen, in order to help em-
ployers meet the great fi-
nancial demands for re-
placement of inventory and
to repair shops and equip-
ment.
FEGS is also exploring
the possibility of federal aid
for vocational training for
employers who cannot re-
open their stores and em-
ployees who now find them-

selves without jobs because
the stores are closed.

CHICAGO—Solomon
Hene, the late investor and
philanthropist, has be-
queathed more than
$300.000 to the American
Jewish Committee.
Harry A. Baum, co - exec-
utor of Hene's estate. pre-
sented a check in the
amount of $327.000 to May-
nard I. Wishner. newly-
elected chairman of AJC's
board of governors. The
check represented 35 per-
cent of the residuary es-

Meanwhile, the first per-
son to receive an SBA dis-
aster loan was a Brooklyn
merchant who immigrated
here six years ago from Is-
rael. Mordechai Oved,
whose furniture and appli-
ance store on Flatbush Ave.
was wiped out by looters,
was given a $50,000 loan,
only three days after he
had applied. Oved said he
came to the U.S. because
his youngest son, now
seven, needed treatment for
a respiratory illness.

tate.

DISTINCTIVE

Good Music at the 'Good Fence
Brings Calm to Lebanon Border

Lighting &
Accessories

'

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The Is-
rael Philharmonic Orches-
tra under the baton of
Zubin Mehta performed
Tchaikowsky and Offenbach
in an unlikely setting last
Friday before an audience
unfamiliar with the works
of European composers but
appreciatve nonetheless.
The place was the open
fence in the Israeli border
village of Dovev and the lis-
teners were several hun-
dred south Lebanese—
school children, border po-
lice, Christian Phalangists
wearing side arms, Druze,
Circassians, Israeli settlers
and Lebanese farmers.
It was a holiday for the
Lebanese and a propaganda
victory for the Israelis
through the universal lan-
guage of music. Mehta,
who visited the open fence
a week earlier, decided that
it would be an excellent
spot for a concert.
Mehta's 100-member or-
chestra arrived in buses
from Tel Aviv with their in-
struments and sheet music.
They set up in a clearing
near the border, under a
few trees that offered mea-
ger shade from the buring
sun.
The Lebanese, who might
have expected -Oriental
tunes and a belly dancer
were intrigued by the vio-
lins, French horns and bass
drums. The percussion in-
struments they have been
used to for many months
are machineguns and mor-
tars.

Tzvi Baer, Israeli border
police chief in what ap-
peared to be a reference to
the bitter fighting that had
broken out between Egypt
and Liby, said : "While
somewhere the guns are
roaring- between two states
that have defined them-
selves as sisters, we here
produce wonderful sounds,
the eternal tones of music
to our neighbors."
Mehta expressed hope
that someday "soon we
shall perform in Cairo and
the Egyptian national or-

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TEL AVIV — The first in-
ternational meeting of the
Junior Red Cross and
Magen David . Adorn was
held recently in Tel Aviv.
Delegates from Austria,
Belgium, Israel, Italy, Swit-
zerland, the United States
and West Germany spent a
week :holding discussiqns
,
and touring the country.

limited editions of

chestra will perform in Tel
Aviv."
A Phalangist major pre-
sented the maestro with a
Lebanese flag painted on
cedar wood as a gesture of
appreciation. He said his
people may not have under-
stood Tchaikowsky but they
understand "the call for a
brotherly alliance between
you and us."
Reality intruded, how-
ever, when a wounded Leba- -
nese soldier was carried
through the fence opening
for medical treatment at
the border clinic. But for a
while the tragedy of Leta-
non's civil war had been for-
gotten.

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