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July 07, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH' NEWS

30 Friday, July 1,1918

Talks Slated

IDARBYS

PARIS (JTA) — Israeli
Foreign Minister Moshe
Dayan has been invited to
Paris for talks with French
leaders.
The invitation was given
to Israeli Ambassador Mor-
dechai Gazit by French
Foreign Minister Louis de
Guiringaud.

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Israeli Pound
Devalued Again

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The U.S. dollar sold in Is-
rael for IL 17.86, a 16 per-
cent devaluation of the
pound and the biggest since
the exchange rate for
foreign currency was left to
supply and demand last
November.
Economists said the spurt
in the demand for dollars
was the result of large num-
bers of Israelis going abroad
for their summer vacations.
Even if many will not make
their trips for several
months, they are purchas-
ing dollars now at the rela-
tively cheap rate, the
economists said.
The pound sterling,
which sold for IL 30.95 six
weeks ago, stood at IL 33.22
in June. The Deutschmark
sold for IL 8.76 pounds com-
pared to IL 8.10 in mid-May
and the Japanese yen
jumped from IL 74 per 1,000
yen to IL 87 per 1,000.

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mention in the vocal con-
test.
Rosen began playing the
cello at age 6, studied at the

Carter to Name
Ex-AIPAC Head

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The White House soon will
announce officially Presi-
dent Carter's selection of
Edward Sanders, a Los
Angeles lawyer and former
chairman of the American-
Israel Public Affairs Com-
mittee (AIPAC) as his prin-
cipal adviser on matters af-
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Jewish community.
Sanders resigned as
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University of Southern
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He played in the Los
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NEW YORK —
Nathaniel Rosen, a 30-
year-old cellist with the
Pittsburgh Symphony Or-
chestra, has won a first
prize in the Tchaikovsky
competition in Moscow, be-
coming the first American
instrumentalist to capture a

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Engagement

Dinner theater at its finest


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U.S. Jewish Cellist Wins
Tchaikovsky Prize in Russia

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