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November 17, 1978 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, November 11, 1918

Manpower Lags

FRANK PAUL

CAIRO (ZINS) — The
Arab Labor Organization
estimates that Arab oil pro-
ducing countries will have a
labor shortage by 1980 of
1.8 million workers. -

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Student Guide

Ex-Campaign Chairmen
Hold Annual Luncheon

RICHMOND, Va. (JTA)
— Masada-Hillel, the
Richmond college-age
youth program, has re-
leased a "Guide to Jewish
Richmond," an orientation
guide for students attend-
ing Richmond -area univer,---
sities.

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The prestigious Council of Campaign Chairmen,
comprised of former chairmen of the Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emergency Fund, gathered re-
cently for its fourth annual luncheon. Shown are,
from left, seated: Charles H. Gershenson, Meyer M.
Fishman, Council Chairman Phillip Stollman and
1979 Campaign Chairman David Handleman; stand-
ing: Arthur Howard, Daniel M. Honigman, Richard
Sloan, Max M. Shaye, William M. Davidson and Louis
Berry.

Beth Shalom Bond Reception
Nets $60,000 in Purchases

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Dr. and Mrs. Irwin Phillips, right, were hosts to a
recent Cong. Beth Shalom Leadership Reception,
held in advance of the congregation's annual dinner=
on behalf of State of Israel Bonds. The dinner will be
held Dec. 10 at the synagogue and will celebrate Is-
rael's 30th anniversary "Year of Peace." More than
$60,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions were realized at
the reception. Shown at the Phillips' home are, from
left: Phillip Elkus, dinner chairman; Martin Leder-
man, synagogue president; Rabbi David Nelson; Hy
guest speaker and two-time winner of Israel's
"David's Harp" award "for excellency in film produc-
tion and direction"; and the Phillipses.

Hebrew Benevolent Society
Elects Leo Furst President

Leo B. Furst was elected
president of the Hebrew
Benevolent Society at its
general board meeting. _
Other officers are: Jerome
G. Friedman and Sanford L.
Wolok, vice presidents;
Morris Dorn, treasurer;
Norman Blake, secretary;
David Silver, Samuel P.
Havis and Hillel L. Abrams,
trustee s ; and Edward Mil-
ler, cemetery chairman.

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Negev to Build

BEERSHEBA (ZINS) —
Israeli planners projectfive
new cities in the Negev
after Israel returns the
Sinai to Egypt.
The cities would include
three along the border, an-
other opposite Rafiah and a
fifth in the central Arava.
The plan also calls for de-
velopment in the towns of
Yeruham, Mitzpe and Ra-
mon, and industrialization
of the Eilat region.

LEO FURST

Furst is a former trustee,
treasurer and vice president
of HBS. He is a member of
Cong. Bnai David and the
Knights of Pythias.

The Lord will not suffer
the soul of the righteous to
famish; but He thrusteth
away the desire of the
wicked.

ESTHER

and

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