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November 21, 1980 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

28 Friday, November 21, 1980

BEAUTIFUL HAND KNIT

LAP ROBES AND AFGHANS

By EVELYN

Toasty Warm for Those You Love
up to 1/2 OFF FOR NOV.
Call 356-3669 or 546-0815

Avarice, in old age, is
foolish; for what can be
more absurd than to in-
crease our provisions for the
road the nearer we ap-
proach to our journey's end?
—Cicero

Additional AJC-IEF Officers Appointed

We Make Our Own Glasses

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Closed Wednesday

See "THE LEADER" Today

Morris
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IS THE GUY

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OPEN MON. & THURS.

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WHERE EVERY DAY
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LEVY

Jewish
Allied
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund General
Chairmen Marvin H.
Goldman and David S.
Mondry have announced
the appointment of Edward
C. Levy, Sr., A. Alfred
Taubman and William
Wetsman as 1981 Cam-
paign vice chairmen and
Milton Barnett, Earl Grant,
Myron Milgrom and Joseph
Orley as pre-Campaign
chairmen.
Levy has been a Cam-
paign vice chairman since
1968. He serves on the
boards of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, United
Jewish Charities, Jewish
Home for Aged, Sinai Hos-
pital and Detroit Service
Group.
Before becoming a vice
chairman in 1976, Taub-
man served as associate
chairman, pre-Campaign
chairman and chairman of
the Real Estate and Build-
ing Trades Division. He is a
member of the board of
Sinai Hospital.
Wetsman, serving his
third year as vice chair-

LAWRENCE M. ALLAN

President

BARNETT

TAUBMAN WETSMAN

man,

is a former pre-
Campaign associate
chairman. He is a
member of the board and
a former president of
Jewish Vocational Serv-,
ice, and also has served
on the board of Detroit
Service Group. Federa-
tion's Collection Review
Committee.
Barnett has served as a
pre-Campaign vice chair-
man and associate chair-
man. A former chairman of
the Real Estate and Build-
ing Trades Division; he is a
member of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group and serves on the
board of the Jewish Corn-
munity Center.
Grant, 1980 co-chairman
of the Industrial and Au-
tomotive Division, is a
member of the boards of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and Tamarack _Hills
Authority.
Milgrom is a former
chairman of the Real Estate
and Building Trades Di-
vision and a former pre-
Campaign vice chairman.
He is a member of Federa-
tion's Community Services
Budget and Planning Di-
vision and of the. board of
Jewish Vocational Service.
Orley, a pre-Campaign
vice chairMan in 1978 and
1979, has chaired the Indus-
trial and Automotive Di-
vision. He is a member of
Federation's Collection Re-
view Committee.

Correspondent to
Speak for AJC-IEF

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MILGROM

Jerusalem Post's Washing-
ton Bureau, will first ad-
dress contributors of $1,500
and over at a Women's
Division gathering Dec. 2 at
the Bloomfield Hills home
of Marianne and Alan
Schwartz.
The following day he will
, be guest speaker at a
cocktail reception and buf-
fet dinner at Adat Shalom
Synagogue, hosted by the
chairmen of the 1981 Cam-
paign for contributors of
$10,000 and over.
- Three years ago,
Blitzer, then 29, was sea-
ted at a Sadat press con-
ference in Washington,
D.C. The Egyptian leader
kept repeating his inter-
est in peace, when Blitzer
asked him, "If you are so
interested in peace, why
don't you start having di-
rect human contact?"
At the time Sadat re-
sponded that he personally
had no objection to it, but
didn't believe his people
were ready for such an un-
dertaking.
However, Blitzer's ques-
tion continued haunting
Sadat, who later credited
the young journalist with
asking the question that
"got me thinking."

*

GEMOLOGIST DIAMONTOLOGIST

GRANT

WOLF BLITZER

Wolf Blitzer will speak at
two meetings on behalf of
the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
Blitzer, who directs the

ORLEY

Blitzer studied at the
State University of New
York at Buffalo and the
Johns Hopkins School fox
Advanced International
Studies. Before joining the
Post staff, he was with
Reuters news agency.

Young Leadership
on Israel Mission

Many Detroiters partici-
pated in the recent United
Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet Mis-
sion to Israel, called
"Hashiveynu" in Hebrew.
The 10-day itinerary took
the leaders from the Galilee
to the Negev, and into many
communities and homes
throughout Israel. Partici-
pants also met with Prime
Minister Begin and other
top government officials.
Detroiters Richard and
Sally Krugel led the mis-
sion. Other local partici-
pants included UJA Young
Leadership National
Chairman Larry Jackier,
his wife Shelly, and Nick
and Barbara Altwerger,
Frederick and Ellen Bean,
Bruce and Gloria Colton,
Harvey and Brook Grace,
Mark and Jan Hauser, and
Harvey and Nancy Lash.

Technion Study Indicates
Use for Industrial Waste

HAIFA — What is cur-
rently the waste product of
coal-fueled power plants
could be recycled instead
and provide valuable raw
material for the cement,
concrete and road-building
industries, according to re-
search at the Technion —
Israel Institute of Technol-
ogy.
The material is currently
filtered by electrostatic pre-
cipitators in coal plant
smokestacks before being
allowed to become airborne.
It accounts for some 15 per-
cent of the total tonnage
burned and is itself a non-
burnable waste product.
Israel, because of its
small size and difficult eco-
nomic situation, as well as
because of environmental
considerations, must re-
cycle this material, says Dr.
Dan Ravina, of the Techn-
ion's department of building
materials, who carried out

the study.
"Many power plants in
other countries dump this
material into lagoons.
Eventually its disposal will
create a big headache, and
Israel cannot afford the
large space needed for
dumping nor the potential
negative impact this mate-
rial would make on the
environment.

Mindy Krigel
Plans to Marry

N

SATURDAY
PERFORMANCE
AT 8:30

at the

Jewish Community Center
Aaron DeRoy Theatre
6600 West Maple Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan

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A salute to Jewish operatic composers of
Europe (Halevy, Meyerbeer, Offenbach . .)
and America (Blitzstein, Bernstein, Weill . .)
with a nod to Lorenzo DaPonte

MISS KRIGEL

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krigel
of Oak Park announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Mindy, to Yury Ikhil-
chik, son of Rosa Ikhilchik
of New York City.

Man was given two ears
and one tongue, that he may
listen more than speak.
— Hasdai

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