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August 28, 1981 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-28

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. 52 Friday, August 28, 1981

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358-3642

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Amal Histadrut Scholarships
to Benefit from Bluestone Fete

The Michigan Trade
Union Council will honor
former UAW vice president
Irving Bluestone, with a
testimonial dinner 6 p.m.

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Bluestone, who was direc-
tor of the UAW General
Motors Department, super-
vising activities related to
negotiations and adminis-
tration of the UAW-GM
contract, was affiliated with
the UAW from 1945 to 1980.
He is currently University
Professor of Labor Studies
at Wayne State University.
Bluestone has long
been involved in national
and civic communal ac-
tivities. He is a member of
the boards of the German
Marshall Fund in the
United States, the Na-

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Mizrachi to Hear Steinhardt

Dr. Milton Steinhardt as of the Moadon (Hebrew
will lead a discussion of the Cultural Club). In addition,
Beirut raid for Mizrachi- Dr. Steinhardt has been an
Hapoel Hamizrachi of De- active participant in the
troit 9:45 p.m. Saturday in Jewish Community Council
the Saltzman Lounge of and has served on its execu-
Young Israel of Oak-Woods. tive committee.
Dr. Steinhardt is a con-
Dr. Steinhardt has pub-
sultant psychiatrist at lished numerous articles
Harper-Grace Hospitals, an on medicine, anti-
associate attending physi- Semitism and Zionism.
cian emeritus at Sinai Hos-
There will be refresh-
pital as well as an editorial ments following the discus-
staff member of the Micehi- sion. The public is invited
gan Psychiatric Bulletin.
free of charge.
Dr.
Steinhardt
is
The glory of Israel will
president of the Detroit not lie or repent.
Zionist Federation as well
—Bible

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IRVING BLUESTONE

tional Advisory Council
on Economic Opportu-
nity, the Institute for
Civil Justice (Rand
Corp.), Michigan State
Housing Development
Authority, Work in
America Institute and
Michigan Quality of
Work-Life Council.
He is a life member of the
NAACP, National Trade
Union Council for Human
Rights, and the Industrial
Relations Research Asso-
ciation and Advisory Com-
mittee to the Archives of
Labor History and Urban
Affairs at Wayne State.
The proceeds of the
dinner will be used to estab-
lish the Irving Bluestone
Perpetual Scholarship
Fund at Histadrut's Amal
Vocational Schools in Is-
rael. Since their founding
50 years ago, Amal schools
have prepared young people
for vocations needed by the
national economy.
There are now 50 schools
in the Amal network
throughout Israel. Special
priority is given to newly-
developed areas, mostly
populated by immigrants
from the Islamic countries
and the Soviet Union. The
Amal schools offer instruc-
tion in electronics, auto
mechanics, aviation
mechanics, draftmanship,
textile skills, carpentry,
locksmithing, home eco-
nomics and other trades.
The scholarship fund
also provides stipends at
the university level and
research grants for sci-
ence, medicine, social
studies and engineering.
Over 55,000 scholarships
and educational grants
have already been given.
For dinner information,
call Histadrut, 967-4720.

Second Deputy
Post to Levy

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Cabinet Sunday ap-
pointed Minister of Con-
struction and Housing
David Levy as the second
Deputy Premier, in addition
to Simha Ehrlich. Premier
Menahem Begin announced
that in his absence, Ehrlich
would take his place.
The Cabinet also ap-
pointed Likud Knesset
member Haim Kaufman as
Deputy Minister of Finance.
Kaufman, a major toy im-
porter, will have to divest
himself of his business as-
sets or place them in trust.

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