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October 05, 1979 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-10-05

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10 Friday, Octobei:5, 1979

He that despiseth his
neighbor lacketh under-
standing; but a man of dis-
cernment holdeth his peace.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

rKol Yisrael': Israeli Radio's English Voice

By DVORA WAYSMAN

World Zionist Press Service

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JERUSALEM Meeting
a familiar yet always dis-
embodied voice for the first
time could be a disconcert-
ing experience. But when I
sat opposite Efraim Geffen,
acting head of the English
Language Service of Kol
Yisrael — the Voice of Is-
rael — I felt completely re-
laxed.
Fol. years his name has

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been as familiar to me as my and enquiries; and this
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KOSHER MICHIGAN SENIORS "1 pre-Shabat program which Kol announcement:
Yisrael — the Voice of
he also produces and pre- Israel -7- broadcasting from
Jerusalem." The name "Kol
sents.
There are many long- Yisrael" was used until
time citizens, as well as 1965 when it was discontin-
tourists and new immig- ued, but a recent decision of
rants, for whom the English the Broadcasting Authority
_ ALL KOSHER PROGRAM
3 DEPARTURES:
Language Service is an im- plenum reinstated it, and it
portant part of their lives. now precedes each broad-
JAN. 23 to FEB. 20
Even those who have cast.
FEB. 20 to MAR. 12
The External Service
learned Hebrew, sometimes
MARCH 3-31
Per Person — Double Occ.
prefer to listen to the news broadcasts to North Ameri-
and entertainment in their can, Western Europe in-
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Sat.) Cocktail Parties, Dances, Entertainment, Full Social Program, Transfers &
Baggage Handling. All Taxes, Tips — Everythingt•
It is impossible to esti- Africa, S.E. Asia, New Ze-
mate how many listeners land and Australia. The
in Israel tune in to their broadcasts are also heard in
programs, but from over- India, Cuba, Japan and in
seas the English Lan- Eastern Europe.
Within Israel, the
guage Service receives a
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with comments, requests grams follow the 2 p.m.
English news, and they try
to cover as many aspects of
Israeli life as possible, being
both informatve and
entertaining. They are also
re-broadcast at different
times for overseas listeners.
The programs cover a
wide range of topics. On
Sunday, there is "Israel
Mosaic," a mixed bag
program presented by
Idele Ross, in which staff
reporters deal with such
current issues as the
housing shortage in Is-
rael.
Monday brings "Spec-
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recount the part they played
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For reservations or more infor-
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Tuesday brings either
toll free (800)
"Mainstream," presented
237-0155. Or
by Idele Ross, a program
write Mr. Salu
providing local information
Devnani.
for English speakers, public
Let your mind and body lux-
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program, songs of the old
days, takes the air on Wed-
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"Studio 3" on Thursdays,
with Yishai Eldar, is de-
voted to the arts in Israel —
music, literature, poetry
and the plastic arts.
Friday brings Efraim
Geffen's "Thank Goodness
It's Friday." It includes a
guest speaker on a Jewish
topic; Jewish music; a brief
talk on the Torah Portion of
the Week; and a recipe from
Idele Ross
On Saturday, the English
News Department presents
a summary of the week's
news on "This Week."
There are two addi-
tional English language
programs for overseas
listeners. On Sunday
nights there is "Calling
all Listeners," a mailbox
program devoted to
readers' letters from
around the world, and
one which brings in ter-
rific response both from
Jewish and non-Jewish
listeners. Questions deal
with religion, politics and
all manner of controver-
sial subjects. Co-hosts
are Yishai Eldar and
Rosalyn Gelcer, new im-
migrants from America
and South Africa respec-
tively.
The other program which
is just for overseas listeners
is the very popular "Israel
Pop Sound" on Tuesday
nights, which features Is-
rael's leading disc jockey,
Avi Etgar — the only non-
native English speaker
used by the English Lan-,
guage Service.

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Leaves Eg ypt

NEW YORK — The Arab
League Secretariat has
moved its headquarters
from Cairo to Tunis.
The move apparently
camp as a result of the Arab
League members' anger at
Egypt's peace negotiations
with Israel. Within days of
the March 26 signing of the
peace treaty with Israel,
Egypt was suspended from
the league and members
voted to move the head-
quarters from Cairo t
Tunis.
Retaliating against the
league, Egypt froze its local
financial assets, which
amounted to about $43 mil-
lion, blocked the removal of
documents from the Cairo
headquarters and barred a
move to Tunis by the Egyp-
tian employees, who made
up most of the staff.
The league has been
operating since May from
the Tunisian capital. Most
of the countries that voted
for the move have contrib-
uted little or nothing
toward the expenses so far.

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black people, often the
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rights leaders, find them-
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he called "a hero's welcome"
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No Defense Pact

CAIRO (ZINS) — Egyp-
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in a defense pact with Israel
but is interested in a mutual
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