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November 06, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Consul General Zippori
to Address Council Delegates

Trojan

Emanuel Zippori, newly
appointed consul general of
Israel to the Midwest will
address the Je4aish Com-
munity Council . Delegate
Assemly 8 p.m. Wednesday
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Born and raised in the
United States, Zippori made
aliya in 1948 at age 22. He

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Friday, November 6, 19B1 31



EMANUEL ZIPPORI

served in the Israel Defense
Forces during the War of
Independence and after-
ward began a career in the
Israeli foreign service. His
assignments have included
posts irkNigeria, the Hague,
Japan and Italy.
Also on the agenda will be
a report by council's Execu-
tive Director Alvin L.
Kushner on council activity
during the summer months
with a particular focus on
local reaction to the arms
sale to Saudi Arabia.
Following the formal as-
sembly program, a special
reception will be tendered
in Zippori's honor. Hostes-
ses at the'reception will be
members of the United He-
brew Schools Woman's Aux-
iliary.

SUNDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 22, 1981
CO-CHAIRMEN

I. WILLIAM SHERR

DAVID B. HOLTZ/AAN

IVAN BLOCH

Golden Torah
Award Recipient

Guest Speaker

Summer Courses
in Social Work
at Tel Aviv U.

NEW YORK — Tel Aviv
Upiversity's School of So-
cial Work will offer a six-
week summer program for
qualified American and
Canadian students in 1982.
The program will include
two, three-credit graduate
level courses: "The Origins
and Development of Social
Work in Israel" and "Com-
munities and Environment:
Perspectives on Social
Work."
For information on the
summer program, contact
the Office of Academic Af-
fairs, American Friends of
Tel Aviv University, 342
Madison Ave., Suite 1426,
New York, N.Y. 10017.

Investment Off

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
Israel Finance Ministry has
confirmed a Yediot Ahronot
report that Israeli invest-
ment capital has been in-
vested overseas in recent
years, instead of at home.
The paper also said that
the dollar is worth 121/2
times more than it was two
years ago in Israel and
noted that when Israel was
founded 33 years ago the Is-
raeli pound was worth $4.
The dollar is now worth 137
Israeli pounds.

Educated Force

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Some 22 percent of those
able to work in Israel have
university degrees. Only
Sweden has a higher figure
at 25 percent. The U.S. fig-
ure is 18 percent.

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