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February 27, 1981 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-02-27

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Friday, February 21, 1981 21

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Pianist Varani to Appear
in Concert With the CSO

Pianist Flavio Varani
will be soloist with the Cen-
ter Symphony Orchestra
3:30 p.m. March 8 in the
Aaron DeRoy Studio Thea-
ter of the main Jewish
Community Center.
He will perform Beeth-
oven's Piano Concerto in C
Major and Chopin's Con-
certo in E Minor. Theme
and Variations for String
Orchestra by Julius Chajes

Bribe Witness Hit

TEL AVIV (JTA) — De-
puty Mayor Yisrael
Gottlieb of Bnei Brak, a key
prosecution witness in the
bribery trial of Religious Af-
fairs Minister Aharon
Abu-Hatzeira, was attacked
and severely injured in his
office in the town hall Feb.
15. Police said he was struck
on the head by a blunt in-
strument. Gottlieb was hos-
pitalized for treatment of
lacerations and later went
to the police station where
he identified his assailant
as a diamond polisher em-
ployed by Shmuel Daskal,
one of Abu-Hatzeira's co-
defendants.

M. E. Exchange

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Groups of Israeli and Egyp-
tian teenaged students are
to exchange visits during
the coming months. The
youngsters will be housed
by private families during
their stay in Israel and
Egypt.

Industry Down

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Israel Manufacturers Asso-
ciation says industrial
production in Israel fell by
five percent in 1980, exports
rose by only 12 percent and
the work force dropped by
8,000. -

FLAVIO VARANI

will open the program.
Cliajes will be at the
podium.
Tickets are available at
the Center cashier's office.

Arab Views
of Elections

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
The East Jerusalem Arabic
newspaper Al Quds has ex-
pressed concern that the
Labor Alignment will re-
gain control of the Israeli
government.
The paper said that if
Labor returns some of the
West Bank to Arab control
the world will not be sym-
pathetic to violent actions
and proclamations of the
Palestinians.

Communal
Service Parley

NEW YORK — Jewish
communal professionals
from North and South
America, Europe, Israel,
Australia and South Africa
will attend the fifth quad-
rennial International Con-
ference of Jewish Com-
munal Service, to be held
Aug. 23-28, in Jerusalem.

Israel Bonds
Celebration
Set for August

.

Israel Bond purchasers
from throughout the world
and Israeli government
leaders will join in a 10-day
celebration in Israel of the
30th anniversary of the
launching of the Israel Bond
campaign.
The festivities will take
place at the International
30th Anniversary Confer-
ence of Israel Bonds to be
held Aug. 10-20.
The celebration and con-
ference will include meet-
ings with the Prime Minis-
ter of Israel, members of the
Cabinet ant I political, mili-
tary and economic leaders;
tours of major economic
projects built by Israel Bond
dollars; a visit to the pro-
posed site of the Great
Inter-Seas Waterway Proj-
ect; and a visit to the solar
energy ponds at the Dead
Sea.

Ah, Middle Age

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —
Yehuda Lev, information
director of the University of
Judaism and a member of
the Jewish Federation-
Council board of directors,
described the problems of
middle-aged fatherhood at
the annual leadership
luncheon of the Bureau of
Jewish Education and the
Association for Early
Jewish Education.

Rabbinic Parley

WALTHAM — The sec-
ond annual Rabbinic Lead-
ership Institute will be held
at Brandeis University in
Waltham, Mass. 'Aug.
16-20.

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Arab Pressure
Cancels Trip

JERUSALEM (JNI) — A
delegation of Kenyan par-
liamentarians cancelled its
Israel visit one day before
its scheduled arrival Feb.
12.
The Kenyans cabled
Jerusalem that advance
publicity in Israel had led to
Arab pressure too heavy to
be ignored.

Bias Thwarted

NEW YORK (JTA) —
New York Chief Judge
Lawrence Cooke has as-
serted that his order ban-
ning the conducting of offi-
cial court business in dis-
criminatory social clubs
will not only combat bias
but also enhance the judi-
cial system in New York
State.

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