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November 20, 1987 - Image 103

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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Israeli Inflation
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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
cost-of-living index rose by 1.5
percent during October,
bringing inflation for the year
so far to 13 percent, the Cen-
tral Bureau of Statistics an-
nounced last Sunday.
Economists, who had feared
October's increase would ex-
ceed 2 percent, welcomed the
news as heralding success for
the government's economic
policies and fight against
inflation.
They predicted the annual
inflation rate for 1987 would
come in at around 16 percent,

"1"1 LOCAL NEWS Immil

JWF Plans
Israel Tour

An opportunity to celebrate
Israel's 40th anniversary in
Jerusalem, together with
some of the men and women
who fought for Israel's in-
dependence in 1948, awaits
participants in the Jewish
Welfare Federation's Koach II
Experience, April 14-24.
An information meeting
will be held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 23
in the Friedman Conference
Room of United Hebrew
Schools.
Tour leader Robert Naftaly
will provide background in-
formation and answer ques-
tions. Highlights of the trip
include archeological digs,
Masada and Detroit's Project
Renewal sister city of Ramla.
Special side trips will be
available, and free time is
built into the schedule.
There will be no solicita-
tions at the meeting or on the
tour.
For information, contact
Tom Wexelberg-Clouser at
Federation, 965-3939.

Puppet Show
Due At Akiva

Along with its annual
Chanukah Boutique Ex-
travaganza on Sunday, Akiva
Hebrew Day School P.T.A. will
present the Mask Puppet
Theater directed by Charlotte
Fauman of Ann Arbor to
entertain the youngsters
while parents shop.
The show will feature three
skits: Chanukah in Outer
Space, Chanukah in Russia
and a Tree Grows in Israel.
Two presentation times will
be offered, 1 p.m. and 2:30
p.m. Each showing will be 40
minutes long, and there will
be a nominal admission
charge.

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