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August 14, 1981 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 14, 1981

38

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Sabbath Bang Stirring Workers

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The later this month. Some
delegations demanded
El Al works committees say
immediate strike action.
they will prevent all foreign
Spokesmen for the work-
airlines from entering or
ers committees said they
leaving Israel and would ef-
fectively close down Ben- were opposed to such an
Gurion Airport on the Sab- order on both principle and
bath if El Al is not allowed economic grounds. Many
workers earn a large part of
Shabat flights under the co-
their income from special
alition agreement.
The El Al workers said overtime payment for work
they had not discussed their on the Sabbath and on holi-
plans with the management days. The Histacirut Cen-
as the board of directors was tral Committee also dis-
appointed by the govern-
ment and could not be ex- MD Telethon
pected to defy the govern-
Seeking Help
ment order to close down.
El Al sources say stopping of Volunteers
Saturday flights would cost
Volunteers, 18 years and
the airline some $50 million
older,
are needed to answer
a year in direct lost revenue
from ticket sales and an- telephones and record
other $13 million annually pledges during the 1981
in services presently Jerry Lewis Labor Day
supplied to other airlines at Telethon for Muscular Dys-
Ben-Gurion Airport such as trophy, to be held Sept. 6-7.
Residents of Wayne, Oak-
ground transportation and
land, Macomb and
lost luggage searches.
Representatives of Is- Washtenaw Counties, plus
rael's 13 largest workers Windsor, Ont., can volun-
committees met Sunday teer to work a five-hour
to discuss the govern- shift of their choice at the
ment's agreement to Jerry Lewis Telephone Cen-
Agudat Israel's demands ter located nearest their
for halting all work on homes. More than 1,000
the Sabbath but decided volunteers are needed.
Those wishing to help at a
to postpone a decision on
telephone
center, either on
what action to take until
the phones or in a clerical
capacity, should call the
Concert in Park
Muscular Dystrophy office,
Due Tuesday
399-8800.
The annual- Jerry Lewis
A concert will be held in
Oak Park Major Park 7:30 Telethon will be seen on
p.m. Tuesday. Guest artist WJBK-TV2 and local seg-
will be the Tommy Baldwin ments will be hosted by
TV-2 news anchorman, Joe
Orchestra.
The concert is free and in Glover. The 22-hour super-
case of rain will be held in show begins at 8:30 p.m.
the Oak Park High School Sept. 6 and continues until
6:30 p.m. Sept. 7.
auditorium.

IP,

Display Memorializes Artist

Owners of works by artist
Shirley Kallus are being
sought to display their
pieces in a show in memory
of the artist beginning Sept.
13 at the Oak Park Library.
Miss Kallus, who created



collages, watercolors and
assemblages, died Jan. 9.
Proceeds from the exhibit
will be used as a gift to a
promising artist.
Persons who wish to lend
their artworks should bring
them to the library on Aug.
31 or call Mary Koretz,
967-3108. All contributions
will be fully insured.
The exhibit is sponsored
by the Oak Park Arts and
Cultural Committee.

cussed the issue and decided
to present the Cabinet with
a detailed analysis of the
negative effects of a Sab-
bath work ban.
Meanwhile, Agudat Is-
rael leader Avraham Shap-
iro declared Monday he
wished to work with sports
representatives to end soc-
cer games on Saturday af-
ternoons.

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Nurse Kate Davis will di-
rect a series of consumer
programs Saturday, Wed-
nesday and Aug. 22 at
Northland Center, Con-
course B.
At 1 p.m. Saturday, there
will be a program on
"Parent-Child Conflicts."
Registration is at 12:30 p.m.
and there is a fee.
At 2 p.m. Wednesday,
there will be a session for
teens on "How to Get a Job
and Keep It." Registration
is at 1:45 p.m., and there is a
fee.
On Aug. 22, the topic at
1 p.m. will be "How to
Handle Questions Chil-
dren Ask about Death,
Divorce, Sex." Registra-
tion is at 12:30 p.m. and
there is a fee.
For information, call Ms.
Davis, 534-4263.

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"ORT Street" recently. The
street runs past the ORT-
Rogosin Nautical School
and is one of the town's
main thoroughfares.

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