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October 22, 1993 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-22

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JARC PRESENTS

THE OPENING NIGHT OF

The Great UMW City
Music I-all Spectacular!

Starring
THE ROCKETTES
at the
FOX THEATRE
Tuesday, November 9,1993
8:00 p.m.

Israel-Diaspora
Ties Are Studied

Jerusalem (JTA) — Foreign
Minister Shimon Peres has
launched a drive to examine
and prepare for the changing
relationship between Israel
and Diaspora Jews, accor-
ding to Labor Party veteran
Uri Gordon.
Gordon, head of the im-
migration and absorption
department of the Jewish
Agency for Israel, said Peres
has tapped him to head a
new committee dedicated to
the effort.
The committee is being
formed, according to a letter
from Peres to Gordon, partly



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in recognition of the
"significant transforma-
tion" of Diaspora Jewry in
recent decades as well as the
lack of a special connection
felt by Israelis toward
Diaspora Jews.
In the Diaspora, "the ge-
neration that lived through
the horrors of the Holocaust
and saw the birth of the
State of Israel is slowly ag-
ing," Peres wrote. At the
same time "the Jewish
communities are increasing-
ly occupied with their own
internal problems."
Meanwhile. "Israeli socie-
ty is distancing itself from

Diaspora Jewry. - Peres
wrote.

Cost Of Living
Rises In Israel

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel's
cost-of-living index rose by 1
percent in September, en-
ding any chances of limiting
this year's annual inflation
rate to a single-digit figure.
On the basis of the 1 per-
cent increases seen during
the last two months,
economists are forecasting
an 11 percent inflation rate
for 1993. 111

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