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August 21, 1981 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Aguda Demands for Sabbath
Closings Are Being Probed

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Transport Minister Haim
Corfu paid his first official
visit to El Al headquarters
at Ben-Gurion Airport since
taking over the ministry.
He discussed with airline
officials the implications of
closing down the airline on
Sabbath and holidays, as
demanded by Aguda Israel
in the coalition agreement.
Airline officials told him
he Sabbath ban would lead
t the dismissal of about 250
to
employees, including pilots
and cabin crews, and cost
the airline $50 million a
year in lost revenue.
El Al has anticipated
some 90,000 passengers
next year aboard special
Sabbath charter and pil-
grim flights. These will be
lost to the company itself,
though some may be
transferred to its recently
established subsidiary
Sun D'Or Charter Co.
which flies planes with a

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without any mention of
El Al or any writing in
Hebrew on its fuselage.
Meanwhile, Tel Aviv
Mayor Shlomo Lahat re-
jected a demand by Or-
thodox members of the
municipal council to close
down the newly-opened
Dolphinarium on the sea
front on Sabbath and holi-
days. He said he would
agree to close shops and
cinemas in the Dol-
phinarium complex, but
would not ban the dolphin
and sea lion shows or res-
taurants there.
The dolphinarium, a
million-dollar investment
by South African investors,
opened last month and the
dolphin display has been
showing to "sold out" audi-
ences, especially on Shabat.
The owners say they will
have to wind up the busi-
ness if forced to close on
Saturdays.
The demand to close
the dolphinarium was
made by Deputy Mayor
Haim Basok, who heads
the religious faction on
the council.
Basok admitted to Israel
Radio there was a "natural
linkage" between his de-
mand and the success of
Aguda Israel in obtaining
its religious observance
demands from Premier
Menahem Begin. Lahat
said the city was suffering
from competition between
the National Religious
Party and the Aguda as to
who could wring the most
concessions on matters of
religious observance.

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JERUSALEM — The
final concert of the first
Jerusalem Jazz Festival
drew more than 11,000 fans
last week. The concert fea-
tured keyboard player-
composer Chick Corea and a,
supporting cast of top-notch
American performers.

Editor and Publisher of The Jewish News
and marking the establishment of the

PHILIP SLOMOVITZ CHAIR IN COMMUNICATIONS

AT BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1981
6:00 P.M.
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

DR. MARTIN HART_
GeneralVice Chairman—Chairman, Education Committee

IRVING LAKER
General Chairman

NORMAN A. PAPPAS
Endowment Chairman

HENRY P. LEE MAX NOSANCHUK
Scholarship Chairmen

SHARON HART
Arrangements Chairman

SALEK LESSMAN
Chairman, Business Administration

JOSEPH H. JACKIER
Development Chairman, Faculty of Law

DR. BRUCE M. FOOTE
Flint Area Chairman

JACOB ROSENTHAL
Windsor Area Chairman

DAVID HERMELIN
EMERY I. KLEIN
ROBERT H. NAFTALY
IRVING NUSBAUM
American Board of Overseers

MAX STOLLMAN
Global Board of Trustees

Labor Unit
Will Boost
Israel Support

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Jewish Labor Commit-
tee (JLC) has reported a
new national program to
organize grassroots support
for Israel's security. The
JLC said that the program,
"Labor for a Secure Israel,"
will seek to develop support
for Israel" within govern-
ment and the general corn-
munity by mobilizing labor
in areas of the country
where the Jewish commu-
nity is weak and where
labor has strength and
influence."
JLC officials said that
among the states under con-
sideration for the activities
of the new program are
Maine, New Hampshire,
Vermont, Louisiana, Ar-
kansas, Alabama, Mon-
tana, Idaho, Wyoming,
North and South Dakota,
Iowa, New Mexico, Nevada
and Utah.

- Friday, August 21, 1981 11

FRIEDA STOLLMAN
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General Chairman

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Dinner Committee*

Norman Allan
Peter Alter
Paul Baker
Ronald F. Berman
Dr. David Berris
Harold Berry
Louis Berry
Ivan Bloch
Dr. Thomas Bonner
Paul Borman
Morris Brandwine
Anthony S. Brown
Allen Charlupski
Norman J. Cohen
Meyer I. Cooper
6, Milton Duchan
Alexander Ehrmann
Sanford Eisenberg
Charles E. Feinberg
Joseph Fetter
Aaron Ginsberg
Nathan I. Goldin
Prof. Bernard Goldman
Martin R. Goldman
Norma Goldman

Leslie M. Goldstein

Midwest Executive Director

David I. Gordon, D.O.
Merrill Gordon
Norman Gordon
Salman Grand
Stephen Grand
Abe Green
David L. Greenbaum
Dr. Joel Hamburger
Samuel Hechtman
David B. Holtzman
Louis A. Horowitz
Lawrence Jackier
Alex Joseph
Mrs. Morris Karbal
Rabbi Joseph Katz
Jay Kogan
Harry Laker
Max Levenson
Dr. Lawrence Loewenthal
Eric Yale Lutz
Dr. Harris Mainster
Charles Milan
Dr. A. Freda Milstein
David H. Morrison
Morris Music

Dave Muskovitz
David Silver
Milford Nemer
Dora Silverfarb
Jacob Nosanchuk
Grant Silverfarb
Louis Silverfarb
Mrs. Laura Nusbaum
Graham Orley
Leonard N. Simons
Joseph Orley
Minnie Slobasky
Carmi Slomovitz
Abe Pasternak
Allan Pearlman
Nathan Soberman
Harold Platt
Steven Solomon
Samuel W. Platt
Jack Solway
Cecille Raichlen
Robert Sosnick
Sonny Raichlen
Bernard H. Stollman
Mrs. Harold Robinson
Dr. Gerald Stollman
Jack A. Robinson
Dr. Samuel S. Stollman
Ben Rosen
Myron Steinberg
Burt Rosen
Morris Tabachnick
Dr. Harvey P. Sabbota
David S. Tanzman
Dave Sawka
Martin Waldman
Mrs. Morris Schaver
Saul Waldman
Mark E. Schlussel
Harvey Weisberg
Robert A. Schwartz
Peter Weisberg
Abe Selesny
Charles Zalev
Dr. Harold Shapiro
Harry Zekelman
D. Larry Sherman
Paul Zlotoff
Jane Sherman
Dr. Arnold Zuroff
I. William Sherr
Robert W. Siegel
*Committee in formation.

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