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January 15, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-01-15

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Friday, January 15, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Levy Envisions Likud Control

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — De-
puty Prime Minister David
Levy predicts that Likud
will eventually gain control
of Histadrut, Israel's labor
federation.

Levy said Likud won 30
percent of the vote in the
last Histadrut elections and
that 50 percent of Histad-
rut's membership is now
made up of Oriental Jews.

D. i visions
Chairmen Named for 5 Campaign D

Ladies Gentlemens
Choice Salon

Is Pleased to Announce 2 New Members to the Staff

SCHREIER

Justin (hair stylist) and
Sheila (manicurist)

TARNOFF DR. JACOBSON DR. SIEGEL

GORDON DE UTCHMAN SHERMAN

Chairmen for five of the Campaign Cabinet. He is 1982 Campaign Manage-
Allied Jewish Campaign- a board member of the ment Committee and is co-
Israel Emergency Fund di- Resettlement Service and chairman of the United
20% Off Acrylics or Tips
visions have been an- the Detroit Service Jewish Appeal's National
Tuesday Thru Thursday for Women
Project Renewal Commit-
nounced by Jay M. Kogan Group.
6674 Orchard Lake Rd.
Phone 851-4444
Dr. Jacobson has been tee. Mrs. Sherman is on the
and Joel D. Tauber, general
West Bloomfield Plaza
851-4550
chairmen of the 1982 Cam- chairman of the - Dentists executive committee of the
Section of the Professional National UJA Women's Di-
paign.
The division chairmen Health Division and is a vision and a board member
are Bernard P. Schreier and former board member of of the United Israel Appeal.
George Tarnoff, Food and United Hebrew Schools.
Dr. Siegel is a previous
Services; Dr. Joseph M.
TV's Monty Hall
Jacobson and Dr. Marvin D. chairman of the Physician's
You can't enjoy jewelry if it's sitting in your safe
at Campaign Events
Siegel, Professional Health; Section of the Professional
deposit box. Sell it for immediate cash. We pur-
Edward Gordon, Metropoli- Health Division. He serves
chase fine gems, Diamonds-and Gold Jewelry.
tan; James Deutchman, on Federation's Community
A service to private owners, banks and- estates.
Junior; and Jane Sherman, Services budgeting and
planning division.
Call 642-5575.
Women's.
Schreier has been active
Gordon is chairman of the
est. 1919
in the Campaign through
the Food and Services Di- Metropolitan Division,
vision for many years. He-is which receives Campaign
a member of the Jewish contributions from frater-
30400 Telegraph Road
Welfare
Federation's Cen- nal organizations and land-
Suites 104, 134
tral
Fund
for Traditional smanshaften and also from
Birmingham, Mil '48010
individuals not represented
Institutions Committee.
(313) 6, 4-5575
Tarnoff, a longtime in the other professional
LAWRENCE M. ALkAN
worker in the Food and and trades divisions. Gor-
President
Services Division, par- don has been associate
lig*.GEMOLOGIST 6.1 DiAMONTOLOGIST
ticipated in the 1981 chairman of the division
and also chaifed its Special
Gifts Section.
Deutchman serves as
MONTY HALL
president of Junior Di-
Television
personality
vision. He co-chaired the
Monty
Hall,
former
chair-
division's 1980-81 Men's
Pre-Campaign Section man of the Los Angeles
and has served in liaison United Jewish Welfare
positions to the Jewish Fund, will appear at two
Community Council's events on Jan. 26 on behalf
committee on interna- of Detroit's Allied Jewish
tional concerns and to Campaign - Israel Emer-
the Shapero School of gency Fund.
The Kadima Section of
Nursing Board of Trus-
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tees.
ALSO
Mrs. Sherman, a member tion Women's Division will
• BIRTHDAY PARTIES
WHEN YOU RE NT VIDEO GAMES
of the Federation Executive host Hall at a fund-raising
• PRIVATE PARTIES
Committee and a vice meeting 12:30 p.m. at Tem-
• FROM
F

• OFFICE PARTIES
president of Women's Di- ple Beth El. Dessert and cof-
• ETC.
vision, is serving her second fee will be served.
Hall will speak at a
year as the division's Cam-
paign chairman. She also dinner ldter that day for
co-chairs the Project Re- contributors of $10,000 or
newal subcommittee of the more to Campaign. The
dinner at the Standard Club
North begins at 7 p.m., with
Israel-Romania
a cocktail reception preced-
ing at 6:15.
Ties to Benefit
A native of Winnipeg,
from Meeting
Hall was graduated with a
JERUSALEM (JTA) — bachelor of science degree
Premier Menahem Begin from the University of Man-
met last week with Vassily itoba, where he performed
— 2 WEEKS ONLY
Pugnan, an emissary of in numerous musicals and
President Nicolae dramas. He served as an
Existing Doors
Ceausescu of Romania, in emcee for Canadian army
what was later described as shows during World War II.
4 ft.-5 ft. Openings
$125.00 installed
a "very fruitful" discussion.
Hall was an actor,
$135.00 installed
6 ft. Openings
A spokesman for the singer, emcee and
NEW MIRRORED BI-FOLD DOORS--FINEST QUALITY Slim FolVD
Prime Minister's office said sportscaster in Toronto
the meeting would result in before moving to New
$175.00 installed
4 ft.-5 ft. Openings
tightening commercial ties York in 1955 to host sev-
6 ft. Openings
$205.00 installed
between Israel and eral network programs,
Lowest Prices On All Types of Mirrored Walls, Furniture, Bars, Cubes, Etc.
Romania.
including the NBC radio
Heavy Glass Table Tops, Shelving, Beveled, O.G. Edges, Etc. Complete
But political observers series "Monitor" for five
Service.
here expressed disbelief years. As host of the
that Begin and his Roma- CBS-TV game show
Call today for free estimates: 552-0088
nian visitor spent almost "Video Village," Hall
two hours talking about moved to Hollywood and
commercial matters. David became involved in pro-
Kimche; director general of ducing. His first show
the Foreign Ministry, was was "Your First Impres-
Where quality work, discount prices and you
the only other official pre- sion," followed by the
the customer make us, *1
sent at the meeting. Pug - an long-running (1964-77)
said-before it began that he "Let's Make a Deal,"
had brought Begin an oral which is still in syndica-
tion around the world.
message from Ceausescu.

If you're not
wearing it, sell it.

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Currently, Hall is under a
long-term performing
contract with CBS.
Hall has become noted in
y
the Los Angeles comma
for his work on beh& of
numerous philanthropic 1
endeavors. He is on the
boards of several hospitals
and charitable organiza-
tions and has devoted much
of his time to the United
Jewish Welfare Fund and
other Jewish causes. For the
United Jewish Appeal, he —
narrated a solicitation film
that currently is in popular ,
use here, "I Gave at the
Office."
Diane J. Klein chairs the
Women's - Division Kadima
Section. Chairmen for the
$10,000 dinner meeting are
Milton Barnett and Joseph
H. Orley.
For information on the
Jan. 26 events, call Federa-
tion, 965-3939.

`

-

Barley Attacks
Defense Minister
As 'Irresponsible

TEL AVIV (JTA) —
Labor Party Secretary Gen-
eral Haim Barley says he
finds it difficult to sleep
soundly at night while Ariel
Sharon is Defense Minister,
because he is an "irrespon-
sible and unbalanced per-
son who tries to play the
part of a quiet and poised
statesman" but is unsuc-
cessful in hiding his "insta-
bility."
A report on these remarks
by Barley, which appear in
an article in the Labor
Party monthly Migvan due
to appear shortly, was cen-
sored by Premier Menahem
Begin. Begin also barred
their repetition on Israel
Radio.
Barley gave as examples
of Sharon's "instability" re-
cent -unrest in the Defense
Ministry because of the
minister's unilateral re-
vamping of its staff and
duties; the recent episode in
which Sharon angered his
staff by appointing a former
Israeli, now an American
citizen to a senior position;
and what Barley described
as "sudden resolutions on
policy in the occupied ter-
ritories."

Policemen Hurt

TEL AVIV (JTA(
Three policemen were-in-
jured in a clash in the Israeli
Arab village of Taibe near
Kfar Saba, when income tax
inspectors tried to , collect
taxes __from delinquent
shopkeepers and mer-
chants.
Police took advantage of
the enforcement activity to
round up people suspected
of drug trafficking and il-
legal activities.

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