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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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10 Friday, September 9, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

According to "A Dictio-
nary of Jewish Names and
Their History," the sur-

name Bardach comes from
Ben reb David harif "son of
David the brilliant mind."

Israel 5743: A Retrospective

World Zionist Press Service

OCTOBER 1982

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and public services are
struck in support oithe His-
tadrut in its battle with the
government over El Al's fu-
ture. El Al's board of direc-
tors recommend its liquida-
tion in view of a four-year
deficit of $200 million.

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The Jerusalem Sym-
phony Orchestra lifted its
longtime ban on performing
the works of the German
composer Richard Wagner,
who once held an official
position in the Nazi regime.
Aliza Begin, 62, wife of
Premier Menahem Begin,
died at the Hebrew Univer-
sity - Hadassah Medical
Center of heart failure.
Israel and the U.S. ini-
tialled a long-term agree-
ment on the American use
of Israel's knowledge result-
ing from the Lebanon war.
El Al shareholders voted
at a special meeting to place
Israel's national airline in
voluntary liquidation.

DECEMBER 1982

The Jerusalem Post, Is-
rael's only English-
language daily and the only
major paper published in
Jerusalem, celebrates its
50th anniversary.
The 500 shekel note goes
into circulation.
Israel signs a technical
and agricultural coopera-
tion agreement with the Af-
rican state of Zaire.

economic aid to Israel for
1983 against White House
pressure.

New movement of reli-
gious doves formed, eventu-
ally to be called Netivot le
Shalom (Paths to Peace).
The 30th Zionist Con-
gress opens in Jerusalem.
Arieh Dulzin elected
president of the Congress
and later chairman of the
Zionist Executive and the
Jewish Agency.
Arafat rules out Jorda-
nian mediation.

The Israeli Cabinet ap-
proves Yoram Aridor's
135 billion shekel budget.

A member of the Ethio-
pian government invites Is-
raeli envoys to visit the
Falasha Jewish commu-
nity.
A group of Knesset mem-
bers from all parties study
Arabic in intensive course.
Some 80,000 civil ser-
vants and workers in public
concerns strike over new
wage agreement.

Opening session of
talks with Lebanon over
accord between two
countries.

Wage agreement between
the government and the
Histadrut for workers in the
public sector on basis of 12
percent wage increase.
The Central Bureau of
Statistics reported signs of
stagnation in the economy,
rising living standards, fal-
ling exports and rising de-
ficit in balance of payments.

JANUARY 1983

Tel Aviv stock market
crashes, with shares falling
from 20 to 60 percent be-
cause of over-pricing. The
market gradually levelled
out on a more realistic price
basis.
A total of 12 persons are
injured in assumed terrorist
hand-grenade explosion in
Egged bus in Tel Aviv.

FEBRUARY 1983

and the staff of

The Kahan Commission
of inquiry on the Sabra and
Shatila massacres pub-
lishes its findings, holding
responsible numerous gov-
ernment and army leaders
for failing to prevent the
massacres. Defense Minis-
ter Sharon, who bore "per-
sonal responsibility," res-
igns his post (though re-
maining in the Cabinet)
while Chief of Staff Eitan
was deemed indirectly re-
sponsible.
Emil Grunzweig, 33, of
"Peace Now" was the first
Jewish casualty of a politi-
cal demonstration in Israel.

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Prime Minister Begin
takes the Defense portfolio
which he is to hold until the
appointment of Moshe
Arens, who leaves the em-
bassy in Washington.

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NOVEMBER 1982

The remains of a 9,000-
year-old skeleton were un-
covered at Yiftahel near
Kibutz Hasolelim.
Morton Dolinsky, 52,
from New York was named
director of the government
press office, in place of Zeev
Chafets who resigned.
Wives of policemen
caused chaos to Tel Aviv
traffic when they demon-
strated on busy Dizengoff
street for higher salaries for
their husbands. Uniformed
policemen are not allowed
to form a trade union or go
on strike.

A powerful car bomb
destroyed the building
housing Israeli military
headquarters in the port
city of Tyre in South
Lebanon.

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A Healthy and Happy New Year

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Some 74 Yemeni ter-
rorists released from the
Ansar prison camp in Leba-
non.
A three-man independent
judicial commission of in-
quiry opened into the mas-
sacres at the Sabra and
Shatila refugee camps in
Beirut.

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U.S. Senate Appropria-
tions Committee voted to
increase military and

JULES & ANN DONESON

extend their greetings to
family, friends and clients
for a year of good
health, joy and prosperity

A motion of no confi-
dence in the government
following the Kahan re-
port is defeated by 64
votes to 56 in the Knesset.

Snow in many parts of Is-
rael, heavier than any year
since 1919 in Jerusalem.

MARCH 1983

Sensational victory by
Shlomo Glickstein, Israel's
tennis champion, over
world's number one player,
Ivan Lendl.

Two new Chief Rabbis
were elected: Mordechai
Eliahu (Sephardi) and Av-
raham Shapiro
(Ashkenazi).
Following President Na-
von's decision not to run
again for the - presidency,
opposition candidate Chaim
Herzog is elected as Israel's
sixth President.
The Israel Medical Asso-
ciation declared nationwide
strike for higher wages.

APRIL 1983

Hundreds of Arab school-
girls in Judea and Samaria
claim they had been
afflicted by poisoning. Ob-
jective medical inves-
tigators found no trace of
poisoning and concluded the
was
mass hysteria
psychological. In signed
statements, some of the
girls admitted that they had
been instigated to pretend
illness.

Alan Goodman, who
ran amok on the Temple
Mount and killed the
Arab guard there in a
shooting spree, is sen-
tenced to a life sentence
plus 40 years.

U.S. pianist Jeffrey
Kahane wins the interna-
tional Arthur Rubinstein
piano contest.
Jordan announced that at
this time it would not enter
negotiations on the Middle
East peace process.

Rav Aluf Moshe Levy
(Moshe and a half) be-
comes the new IDF Chief
of Staff in place of
Raphael (Raful) Eitan.

Ofra Haza wins second
place for Israel at the
Eurovision song contest in
Munich.

MAY 1983

Two nuns from the Rus-
sian Orthodox convent in
Ein Karen, Jerusalem, are
found murdered.
The draft of the accord
with Lebanon on troop
withdrawal, security and
mutual relations is ap-
proved by the Knesset by a
57-6 vote, with 45 absten-
tions.
U.S. lifts ban on sale of 75
F-16 jet fighters to Israel.

JUNE 1983

First anniversary
world. Soon after, Israel
beats Britain's top soccer
team, Liverpool, 4-3.
Peace for Galilee Operation.
The 16th anniversary of
the Six-Day war is ob-
served.

The Lebanese parlia-
ment endorsed the troop
withdrawal agreement
with Israel by a 64-2
majority with four
abstentions.

Doctors in Soroka hospi-
tal went on a hunger strike
to protest against what they
called the government's
mishandling of the 106-day
old nationwide doctors'
strike.
Deputy Prime Minister
and Agriculture Minister
Simha Ehrlich died.
Mapam convention de-
cides by a majority of 17
votes — 515 against 498 —
to remain with the Labor
Party in the Labor align-
ment.
The 118-day doctors
strike ends.

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