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January 20, 1984 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, January 20, 1984

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El Al Is Streamlining Operation

The air line has re-
captured many of its loyal
clientele, but will lose $30
million yearly because of
the government's prohibi-
tion against Sabbath and
holiday flights.
Recent agreements with
workers will save El Al $20
million yearly. The air line
expects to have a deficit of
$50-$60 million for fiscal
1983-1984 and is forecast-
ing more staff reductions
this year. Last year, El Al
had 4,700 employees. That
total is expected to shrink to
3,900 this year.

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Israel Minister of Corn-
munications Chaim Karpov
told a recent press confer-
ence that El Al's financial
condition is better now than
several months ago.

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Allied Jewish Campaign Chairman Jack Robin-
son is shown in the top photograph accepting a check
from residents of the Jewish Federation Apartments.
The check represents the proceeds from the residents'
fifth annual Hanuka bazaar. Shown are, from left,
Fran Salwin, Robinson, Rose Steigman and Apart-
ments assistant administrator Connie Howard.
In the bottom photograph, at the annual meeting
of the Allied Jewish Campaign's Rabbinical section
are, from left, speaker Janet Levine and Rabbis A.
Irving Schnipper, Harold Loss and David Nelson,
Professional Service Division co-chairman Mark
Hauser, and Rabbis Efry Spectre, Stanley Rosen-
baum and Max Weine.

Psych Section
to Hear Amitai

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Congressman Howard
Wolpe (D-Mich.) will dis-
cuss "Jewish Involvement
in the American Political
Process" when he meets
with members of the United
Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet, De-
troit Area, 8 p.m. Jan. 28 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Currently serving his
third term as the represen-
tative from southwest
Michigan's Third District,
Rep. Wolpe has won election
to several leadership posi-
tions in the House. These
include membership on the
Budget Committee, chair-
manship of the Foreign Af-
fairs' subcommittee on Af-
rica, chairmanship of the
Environmental and Energy
Study Conference and vice
chairmanship of the
Northeast-Midwest Con-
gressional Coalition.
The meeting is in prep-

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aration for the Fourth Na-
tional Young Leadership
Conference, March 11-13 in
Washington, D.C., where
2,500 young adults age
25-40 will meet for intense
and open discussion of im-
portant political topics fac-
ing them as Jews and as
Americans.

Journalist Israel Amitai
will share his insights on
the Middle East when the
Allied Jewish Campaign
Psychology Section meets
for brunch, 10 a.m. Jan. 29
at the main Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Amitai, an Israeli televi-
sion producer, director and
writer of television and
radio public affairs pro-
grams, is former editor of
the daily newspaper
"Davar."
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War II, he was a member of
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AKIVA BAUM

Attorney and former
military correspondent of
the Israeli Defense Forces
Akiva Baum will speak on
behalf of the 1984 Allied
Jewish Campaign at a
meeting of the Women's Di-
vision Hatikva ($100) Sec-
tion, 12:30 p.m. Feb. 1.
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the Jewish Agency in coop-
eration with the British
government. He fought in
Israel's War of Indepen-
dence, achieving the rank of
captain in Israel's army.

Amitai has traveled ex-
tensively and studied
Jewish communal life in
many countries. He has vast
experience as a lecturer and
public speaker in Israel and
in Jewish communities
throughout the world.

Drs. Gerald Rosenbaum
and Barry Tigay are co-
chairmen of the Psychology
Section. Drs. Martin Hart
and Stephen Morse are co-

The only Israeli ever to
win the Ford Foundation
Fellowship for an American
doctorate in business ad-
ministration, Baum has a
unique perspective of life in
Israel, where he was born,
and America, where he is
associated with a Wall
Street law firm specializing
in international law.

Sharon Taylor is chair-
man of the Hatikva Sec-
tion, Marian Kantor is asso-
ciate chairmqn, and Sharon
Lipton is briefing chairman.
Section vice chairmen are
Beth Aviv, Pnina Basse,
Dassie Brent, Jennifer Co-
hen, Mira Eisenberg,
Dorene Finer, Liz Tam and
Eileen Wasserman.

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