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May 17, 1985 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 17, 1985 11

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CONGRATULATIONS
-I- DAN -I-

abor Situation
Vorsens

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Postal work-
s, nurses in government hospi-
s and teachers are preparing to
rike throughout 11- e country. A
ee-day strike was scheduled to
gin Tuesday in all post offices,
lting mail deliveries. The
stal workers are demanding
ditional personnel in post
ices in view of the great in-
ease in their work load follow-
g the heightened activity of post
ice banks.
A great many people are using
postal banks to pay their gov-
nment and municipal service
lls. They switched from corn-
ercial banks after these banks
gan charging high service fees
✓ such transactions while the
stal banks do not levy any serv-
e charges.
Government hospital nurses
re threatening to close down
ergency wards if their salary
d demands for additional staf-
ng are not met. The teachers
nion has given notice that a
ike will take place if govern-
ent dismissal notices to some
00-6,000 non-tenured teachers
e not withdrawn.
The Education Ministry, as
art of its plans to reduce the
dget, sent out the dismissal
otices last week. But even with
is reduction, the Finance Minis-
which had requested that the
ducation Ministry cut its
udget, is seeking an additional
t of 60 million shekels. Mean-
hile, secondary school teachers
sist they will not forego their
agescale incremental raises
hich have been due them since
st September.

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The 55th anniversary dinner of
e Council of Orthodox Rabbis of
reater Detroit will be held 6 p.m.
unday at the Westin Hotel.
Sen. Arlen Spectre of Pennsyl-
ania will be the guest speaker
nd Dr. Howard Jacobs is the
onoree.
Honorary chairmen are Judge
.vern Cohn and Max Fisher.
linner chairman is Paul Borman,
nd co-chairmen are Main Be-
lin, Harold Beznos, David
Iermelin and David Holtzman.
Committee chairmen include:
ponsor, Ivan Bloch, Leonard
iorman and Henry Dorfman;
?atrons, Royal Oppenheim, David
rebilack, Nathan Soberman and
Jr. Lawrence Lowenthal; and
Iribute, Dr. Phillip Friedman, Iry-
i ng Shapiro and Robert Steinberg.
Foydinner reservations, call
he Council of Orthodox Rabbis,
5 59-5005.

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The names of Rabbis
, Samuel E. Cohen and Morton
Yolkut were inadvertantly
omitted from the list of the
, Council of Orthodox Rabbis
published in last week's
Jewish News.

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