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January 20, 1984 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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60 Friday, January 20, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
afternoon daily Yediot
Ahronot has become the
most popular newspaper in
Israel, replacing the after-
noon daily Maariv. A sur-
vey shows that Yediot has
twice as many readers of
Asian or African origin, and
most of the readers are from
lower income groups.

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A calendar listing reli-
gious holidays of Jewish,
Christian and Moslem
faiths for 1984-1985 is being
distributed by the Jewish
Community Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit to 2,500
Michigan public and paroc-
hial school, college and uni-
versity administrators; col-
lege and university boards
of regents; as well as to gov-
ernment officials and
executives.
This calendar has been
prepared to assist in
scheduling events such as
major assignments, exam-

inations, assemblies, field
trips and graduations as
well as school-related pro-
grams for parents. Courts,
legislative bodies and ad-
ministrative agencies will
find the calendar useful in
avoiding scheduling con-
flicts.
In addition to the Sep-
tember 1984 through June
1985 calendar of holidays,
the publication includes a
five-year listing of Jewish
High Holy Days and major
biblical festivals in obser-
vance of which labor is tra-
ditionally prohibited.

Amoebic dysentery, the
scourge of millions of Third
World people, may soon be
tamed. Researchers at Is-
rael's Weizmann Institute

Absentee ballots for the
Michigan Democratic
Caucus to be held on March
17 are available to those
who observe their Sabbath
on Saturday.

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Jan. 21, 1984
No charges or layaways, please.

The Michigan Demo-
cratic Party office has re-
quested the Jewish Com-
munity Council of Met-
ropolitan Detroit to advise
the community that ballots
may be requested from the
party chairman.
To obtain an absentee
ballot, write Chairman,
Michigan _ Democratic
Party, 8100 E. Jefferson,
Detroit 48226.
Ballots must be re-
ceived by 5 p.m., March
16, at the party office.
For information, call the
Michigan Democratic
Party, 824-7244.

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Mr. and Mrs. Milton
Oleinick of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Lori Yetta,
to Nathan Charlton Keller,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Keller of Southfield.
Miss Oleinick earned a
BA degree in journalism at
the University of Michigan.
Her fiance was graduated
from the Culinary Institute
of America.
An April wedding is
planned.

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Preventing Holiday Schedule
Conflicts Is Calendar Aim

VISA

WASHINGTON — The
U.S. Treasury has an-
nounced a market-based
interest rate of 9.38 percent
for the first semi-annual
interest period of Series EE
Bonds issued between Nov.
1, 1983 and April 30, 1984,
according to Roger Smith,
chairman of General Motors
and national volunteer
chairman for U.S Savings
Bonds.

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Non-Member tickets $4.50



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