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February 19, 1982 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-19

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20 Friday, February 19, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The pleasure of your company
is respectfully requested at the

CHAT (18th)
Anniversary Dinner

of

AKIVA HEBREW DAY SCHOOL

Sunday, March 7th, 1982

Guest Speaker

RABBI SOL ROTH

President Rabbinical Council of America

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road
Southfield, Michigan

Dinner 7 P.M.

Cocktails 6 P.M.

Couvert $150.00 per couple
For reservations call 552-9690

Please Join Us As We Honor
the 18 Year Commitment of
Max, Frieda & Phillip Stollman

.

to Akiva Through the
Dedication of Our School

"THE STOLLMAN
EDUCATION CENTER"

F

IRVING NUSBAUM

General Chairman

Subsidies Cut,
Prices on Rise

Southfork to Jerusalem?
'Dallas' Cast Tours Israel

LOS ANGELES — Six
members of the cast of
CBS-TV's "Dallas" will va-
cation in Israel next month
as guests of the Israel
Ministry of Tourism.
Traveling to Israel will be
Ken Kercheval, Susan
Howard, Steve Kanaly,
Charlene Tilton, Linda
Gray and Audrey Landers.
They will be accompanied
by their spouses and John
Simes of Lorimar Prod-
uctions.
During their stay in Is-

Noshrim Queried
on Contributions

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Deputy Minister Dov
Shilansky said that he will
personally investigate re-
ports that unknoWn persons
were raising funds for an Is-
raeli institution among
Soviet Jewish dropouts in
Vienna and Rome, possibly
with fraudulent intentions.
Shilansky, who is at-
tached to the prime minis-
ter's office and is in charge
of efforts to prevent drop-
outs — Soviet Jews who opt
to settle in countries other
than Israel — was respond-
ing to a document produced
by Uzi Baram, chairman of
the Knesset's Immigration
and Absorption Committee.
According to the docu-
ment, contributions were
being solicited for the Fund
for the Security of Israel
(LIBI) which is used to de-
velop educational facilities
for Israel's armed forces.
Emigres waiting in Vie-
nna or Rome for immigra-
tion to the U.S. or other
Western countries, repor-
tedly received the LIBI
emblem in acknowledge-
ment of their contributions
and thereby enjoyed legiti-
mation by an Israeli institu-
tion.

Peru Jewry
Irked by Vote
Against Israel

LIMA (JTA) — The
Jewish community of Peru
has expressed its "profound
dismay" over that country's
vote in favor of the United
Nations General Assembly
resolution of Feb. 5 con-
demning Israel for annex-
ing the Golan Heights and
demanding punitive sanc-
tions against Israel and its
total isolation from the
worlds community.
A statement released in
Lima by Leopoldo Kahn,
president of the Asociacion
Judia Del Peru, noted that
in supporting "the
Communist-Arab initia-
tive," Peru isolated iself
"from the other democratic
nations of the Western and
Christian world, as well as
the Latin. American family,
including those fellow na-
tions ,of the Andean Pact."
The latter, Chile and
Argentina, abstained. The
United States and Western
European countries joined
Israel in voting against the
measure which was over-
whelmingly supported by
the Communist bloc and
Third World countries.

rael, the six will be guests of
honor at a gala evening to
launch a special foundation
for the promotion of tourism
to Israel, a project inaugu-
rated by Israel Minister of
Tourism Avraham Sharir.
The cast members will
also appear at the annual
Kinor David ceremony, Is-
rael's equivalent of the
Emmy Awards. "Dallas" is
one of Israel's most popular
television shows.

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
government has slashed
subsidies for the second
time in little more than a
month, sending the prices of
a wide variety of foods,
goods and services soaring
last week.
The price of bread was up
12 percent, frozen meat and
poultry up 14-20 percent
and gasoline up 6-7 percent.
The prices of heating oils
and dairy products also
rose.

Mitthell and Fran Shiffman

(formerly of Detroit) of Irvin, California
wish to announce that their son

DAVID NATHAN

became a Bar Mitzvah January 16, 1982
at Temple Beth Shalom in Santa Ana,
Calif.

Arriving from Detroit to join in the celebration was
David's Uncle, Dr. Doug Shiffman and family and Uncle
Don Shiffman and family. Also present were David's
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Shiffman formerly of
Detroit who now reside in Irvine. David's Uncle, Dr. Roger Shifman and family of
Carmel, Calif., also former Detroiters and Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Smith of
Bowling Green, Ky., formerly of Detroit.

ALE

TRAURIG'S

Quilt & Pillow Shop

est. 1919

22050 Woodward_ Ave.

547 2660

Ferndale

-

Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sat.-10-3

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
DISTRICT DISTRICT

in cooperation with the ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER . . .

ZOA Roundtable Series

discusses

AMERICAN JEWRY & ISRAEL

— Dialogue or Intervention?

Should American Jews have a voice in
Israel's domestic and foreign policy?
—In matters of security, Alliyah, social or economic policies?
—In matters of United States-Israel relations?
—Private advice vs. public criticism?

panel . .

Henry Faigin

Vice-President, Labor Zionist Alliance
Council of Metropolitan Detroit

Inge C. Kramer

Immediate past President, Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah

Ezekiel I.eikin

ZOA Director in Philadelphia

Served in Israel with Haganah; former

mod _ erator . .Leon H. Warshay
Detroit ZOA Board member.
Sociology Professor, Wayne State University_

COME . . . AND PAR-BD/PATE iN AN INFORMAL Detscus-
SION OVER A CUP OF COFEL, AND REFRESIHMENTS..
JOIN IN WITH YOUR QUEST/0MS AND /IDEAS ._.

ZIONIST CULTURAL CENTER

18451 West 10 Mile Road
Southfield

bring family and friends

8:00 P.M. Thursday
February 25, 1982

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