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April 03, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CJF to Protest Reagan Cuts 300,000 Visit Israel Show
By BORIS SMOLAR
aid to social services, health at Cairo International Fair
programs, programs for the

(Editor-in-chief emeritus, JTA)
(Copyright 1981, JTA, Inc.)

The Council of Jewish
Federations is starting its
quarterly meeting next
week under the shadow of
President Reagan's pro-
posal to cut about $50 bil-
lion from the federal budget
as a means of improving the
country's economy by reduc-
ing government expendi-
tures.
The proposed sweeping
cuts will affect about 100
federal programs, including

Freddy
Sheyer

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We'll help
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search in
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American Jewish
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finding an open job
market in Israel.
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plan for your future.
Pilot tours have led
to job offers for
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to make Israel their
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aged, nutrition of children,
and other programs spon-
sored by Jewish Federa-
tions.
The CJF is determined to
take a stand at its meeting
on six welfare programs
which will be affected se-
verely if Congress approves
the drastic cuts proposed by
the Administration. They
include assistance to the
poor, aid to the aged, free
meals for school children,
Medicaid and other forms of
aid.
The needy elements of
the Jewish population
stand to lose many mil-
lions of dollars in assis-
tance that cannot, by any
stretch of imagination, be
made up by voluntary
contributions raised by
federations in their
fund-raising campaigns.
The CJF wants that Con-
gress, in voting on
President Reagan's pro-
posal, should not impose an
unfair portion of the burden
of our economic situation on
that part of the population
which is least able to bear it
— the poor, the aged, the
unemployed and minorities.
It wants the Administration
and Congress to establish a
federal budget policy that
not only works toward a
balanced budget but also
places a high priority on
human service needs.

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Reuven Leibovich
6600 W. Maple
West Bloomfield, Michigan
(313) 661-1000

NEW _YORK — Some
250,000 copies of an ex-
panded edition of the an-
nual Kosher for Passover
Products Directory are now
available from the union of
Orthodox Jewish Congrega-
tions of America.
The free, 64-page booklet,
contains a list of 1,000
different consumer and
industrial food products
bearing the OU seal of kas-
hruth certification for
Passover and sections
which offer guidance and in-
formation on the practices
and observances of the
_Passover holiday.
To obtain the directory,
send a stamped, self-
addressed- envelope to: Or-
thosox Union, Passover Di-
rectory Order Dept., P.O
Box 17305, Milwaukee,
Wis. 53217.

ADL Hits L.A.
Ballot Wording

-LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
The Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith has
protested the ballot desig-
nation of a candidate for
Mayor of Los Angeles as a
"Christian businessman."
David Lehrer, Western
States Counsel of the ADL,
questioned the legality of
the ballot designation of
Robert Fischer, Jr., a candi-
date for mayor, in a letter to
City Clerk Rex Layton.
Lehrer advised Layton that
the California State Elec-
tions Code explicitly for-
bids a ballot designation
which "uses a word or words
referring to a racial, reli-
gious, or ethnic group.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Offi-
cials returning from the Is-
raeli pavilion at the Cairo
International Trade Fair,
which closed last weekend,
estimate that some 300,000
people visited the Israel
display during the two
weeks it was open.
They said that during the
first week, when the show
was open for businessmen
only, between 2,000 and
3,000 potential trade buyers
attended, with about
300,000 curious Egyptians
visiting it during the final,
"open-for-all" week.
Commerce and Industry
Minister Gideon Patt, who
reported to the cabinet on
the fair, which he attended,
said that signature of the
Israel-Egypt trade pact to

Pattir Resigns

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Dan Pattir, the Premier's
spokesman, has resigned
his post to take a one-year
research fellowship at the
American Enterprise Insti-
tute in Washington.
Pattir served as spokes-
man to Premier Yitzhak
Rabin from the beginning of
1975, having earlier worked
under Rabin in the Is-
rael embassy in Washing-
ton.
He was retained by Pre-
mier Menahem Begin
though it was always clear
that Pattir was not a Likud
supporter.

Friday, April 3, 1981 53

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Sale
$65.00

Sale
$49.00

Arm chair, Reg. $75.

Side chair, Reg. $60

These are our best-
selling Workbench
chairs. The same ones
we've sold thousands
of at higher prices
thanks to details that
make ours superior.

For example, we use a
1-piece solid steel tube frame. '-
This is essential because if the
tube is several pieces joined under the
seat, the chair won't have give and will
be less comfortable and durable. Our chrome
finish is triple-plated then hand polished.

ANN ARBOR
410 N. Fourth Ave.
at Farmers Market
(313) 668-4688
Mon, Thurs, Fri 9-9
Tues, Wed, Sat 9-6, Sun 12-5

Our chair is
made in Italy —
not the Far East —
and the wood is solid
Beech. The quality of
material does make a
substantial difference in the
appearance of the finished chair
and we feel that its worth the extra
gorlfootz,
effort to be a little different.
Choose natural, deep
walnut or black lacquer.
Fltirry, quantities are
-
limited. And why buy a cheaper
copy when we've lowered our
price without lowering our standards?

SOUTHFIELD
26026 W. 12 Mile Rd.
West of Telegraph
(313) 352-1530
Mon, Thurs, Fri 10-9
Tues, Wed, Sat 10-6, Sun 12-5

TRAVERSE CITY
12917 W. Bayshore Dr.
at Harbor West
(616) 941-1313
Mon, Tues, Wed 9-6
Thurs, Fri 9-9, Sat 9-5

The Workbench, Inc. 1981

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