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January 14, 1983 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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12 Friday, January 14, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Business Briefs

Detroit Chapter

THE

AMERICAN SOCIETY for TECHNION

ISRAEL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

program topic

Food, Diet & Cancer

— also —
Technion's Department of Food Engineering and Bio-
Technology
speaker .. .

DR. LEORA SHELEF

• graduate of Technion-Israel Institute of Technology with a
BS in Food Technology, a MS in Engineering Mechanics and
a PhD in Food Science.
• Research Associate, Engineering Mechanics, Technion
• currently Professor of Food Science and Acting Chair Per-
son, Department of Family and Consumer Resources,
Wayne State University
film . . . an Israeli documentary
chairman . . .

Haim Schlick

Wednesday,
January 26, 1983
7:45 P.M.

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• Technion graduate, Civil Engineering

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Norman S. Miller has skin-care and makeup.
been promoted to vice Licensed cosmetologists
president and trust officer will be available for home
at Manufacturers National consultations and demon-
Bank of Detroit.
strations.
* * *
* * *
Estelle Shifman is re-
Gemini Travel is offer-
locating her dance classes to ing a travel club for singles,
the Metropolitan Club who wish to travel with
Building, 3224 Greenfield, other singles without the
Royal Oak. Mrs. Shifman, "single supplement" ex-
who has more than 25 years' pense. Space is available on
experience in dance, is offer- cruises, trips to the Orient
ing classes for children, and other destinations. For
teens and adults in tap, bal- information, call Gemini
let, acrobatics, jazz and Travel, 855-3600.
tumbling. For fee and
* * *
enrollment information,
call Mrs. Shifman, 557- New Israeli
2998.
Wine Available
* * *
NEW YORK — Ein-
David Bergman has Guedi wines, from the
created a book-and-cassette century-old cellars at
program on the Holocaust Rishon le Zion, Israel, were
based on his personal ex- recently introduced in the
periences. Now available to U.S.
the public, "Never Forget
Each bottle of Concord,
and Never Forgive" in- Almog, Sacramental, Vin
cludes 60 photographs of Blanc, Cabernet Sauvig-
Holocaust events and non and Sauvignon Blanc,
memorial sculpture, with carries the kashrut certifi-
the cassette narrated by cation of Chief Rabbi and
Bergman. For information kashrut supervisor of
on the book and cassette, Rishon le Zion, Rabbi
write Remembrance Educa- Yedidia Yanovsky and the
tional Media, P.O. Box 483, OU certification of the Or-
Lathrup Village, Mich. thodox Union.
48076.
* * *
* * *
Detroit
Industrial Israel Stereo
Clinic will conduct a work-
ers' compensation claims Speakers Are
seminar for business and Marketed Here
industry 2 p.m. Tuesday at
BROOKLINE, Mass. —
the DIC's continuing educa- Morel Acoustics, Israel
tion conference room, Ninth speaker company, has in-
Floor, One Northland Plaza troduced a line of advanced,
Building, 20755 Greenfield, high-fidelity speakers in
Southfield. There is a fee. the U.S.
For reservations, call Mary
Each speaker incorpo-
E. Seaver, 569-5144.
rates
specially-designed
* * *
Morel drivers to boost power
Ioana-Elena,
Ltd., delivery and improve sound
skin-care salon, will have clarity.
its grand opening 9 a.m.-9
Models are available in
p.m. Monday through Wed- contemporary black-
nesday at the salon, 5600 W. lacquer finish and wood ex-
Maple, Suite A130, West teriors of traditional walnut
Bloomfield. Ioana Halalai or modern teak.
and Elena Eichelbaum will
For the name of a local
display skin-care products dealer, contact Mikhael
for face and body, for men Shabani at Morel Acoustics
and women. A full-time U.S.A., 414 Harvard St.,
facialist will give advice on Brookline, Mass. 02146.

Israel Will Have to Fight
Terrorism for 100 Years'

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin's
adviser on anti-terrorist ac-
tivities predicted that Israel
will have to fight Arab ter-
rorism for another 100
years and contended that
Lebanon will be a major
front.
The premier's aide,
Rafael Eitan, who is not re-
lated to Chief of Staff Gen.
Rafael Eitan, offered his
views in a Voice of Israel
Radio interview.
He said that however long
the Israeli army would have
Ito remain in Lebanon, it
would be engaged in combat
against terrorist acts. The
war is over formally but in
practice it still goes on, he
said.
He said Israel would
have to apply the military
and intelligence meas-
ures that eradicated ter-
rorism from the Gaza

Strip 13 years ago.
According to Eitan, Is-
rael's defenses against ter-
rorism within its own bor-
ders are the most efficient in
the world. He dismissed the
grenade attack that injured
12 bus-riders in the heart of
Tel Aviv Saturday night as
an "exceptional case" and
was confident the perpet-
rators would be caught
soon.
Eitan expressed concern
over the vulnerability of
Jewish institutions over-
seas to terrorist attack. But
he considers Lebanon Is-
rael's biggest problem.

By eating what is suffi-
cient man is enabled to
work; he is hindered from
working and becomes
heavy, idle and stupid if he
takes too much.
—Jones

Jewish Concerns
Told to Mayor

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
delegation of American
Jewish leaders, represent-
ing the Conference of
Presidents of Major Ameri-
can Jewish Organizations,
met with Mayor Jacques
Chirac of Paris in New York
on Tuesday to express their
concern over terrorism and
anti-Semitism in France
and their solidarity with the
policies of the Israel gov-
ernment, many of which are
opposed by the French gov-
ernment.
Chirac answered their
questions and explained his
own positions.
The interview was ar-
ranged through Mayor Ed-
ward Koch of New York and
his aides. Koch was Chirac's
guest in Paris in 1978. He is
a prominent figure in
French national politics
which go beyond the office of
Paris' mayor.

U.S. Coordinated
Israel-Iran Sales

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— Israeli Ambassador
Moshe Arens said in a re-
cent interview that Israeli
arms sales last year to Iran
were closely coordinated
with high U.S. officials.
Arens said Israel supplied
spare parts for U.S. equip-
ment used by Iran in its war
against Iraq. He said the
U.S. was hoping to make
contacts within the Israeli
military that would lead to
the downfall of Kohmeini.

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