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January 16, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-16

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tions and information, call
Cystic Fibrosis.

Will-O-Way Offers
Benefit and Class

Annette Dulzin

gree in English literature, both
from New York University.
Suggested topics include: the
current political situation in
Israel; Israel's economic diffi-
culties; Israel's internal politi-
cal problems; the paradoxical
position of women in Israeli
society; Israel's image; clash of
Zionist dreams, and the
security-morality equilibrium.
Mrs. Dulzin's visit is co-
sponsored by the American
Zionist Federation and the
American Zionist Youth Fed-
eration in cooperation with the
World Zionist Organization,
Information Department,
Jerusalem.
Mrs. Dulzin frequently lec-
tures in Europe, the U.S. and
South Africa.
Mrs. Dulzin's itinerary in
this area is filling rapidly, ac-
cording to Henry Faigin,
scholar-in-residence chair-
man. To schedule a talk, call
Faigin at the DZF office, 353-
8828 or 356-7119.

Groups Join
For Chavurah

Labor Zionist Alliance,
Branch 960; New Jewish
Agenda and Cong. T'Chiyah
are planning a chavurah re-
treat weekend April 24-26 at
Emerich Center in Brighton.
The weekend will include
folk singing and Israeli folk
dancing; discussions on indi-
vidual, family, community,
and world interests; and
Holocaust remembrance (Yom
HaShoah). Child care will be
available. There is a fee.
For information, contact
Sandra Gross, 967-4994.

Cystic Fibrosis
Fund Raisers

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
has kicked off Bowling for
Breath. The fund raiser will
take place Feb. 15. To partici-
pate, call Cystic Fibrosis, 552-
9616.
The foundation will host a
fund-raising benefit called,
"Destination: Caribbean — An
Evening in Paradise" 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 24 at the Roostertail.
There is a charge. All pro-
ceeds will go towards research
for cystic fibrosis. For reserva-

Will-O-Way Repertory The-
ater has rescheduled its fund-
raiser afterglow party for
Saturday. The benefit will fol-
low the 8:30 p.m. performance
of the comedylsn'tltRomantic.
Proceeds will go to the theater
and acting school.
Classes for adult and youth
at the theater will begin
Saturday. People interested
may still enroll. Enrollment
will remain open after classes
begin. For information, call the
theater, 644-4418.

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The following officers were
elected to Perfection Lodge,
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lis, worshipful master; Sidney
Dinner, senior warden; and
David Gordon, junior warden.
Business meetings are held
at 7 p.m., the first Wednesday
of each month, at Ferndale
Masonic Temple, 1810 Plana-
von.

Leumi Board
May Resign Over
Pension Scandal

Jerusalem (JTA) — Bank-
ing sources predicted last
Sunday that the entire Board
of Directors of Bank Leumi,
Israel's largest bank, may
soon resign or be forced to
resign.
One Board member, Am-
non Goldenberg, a prominent
lawyer, announced his resig-
nation and others are ex-
pected to quit in the wake of
mounting protests over the
excessive severance pay and
pension awarded the bank's
former chairman, Ernst
Japhet.
Japhet stepped down last
spring after a commission of
inquiry found him and the
heads of Israel's four other
largest banks culpable in the
1983 bank shares scandal.
Japhet was awarded $4.5
million in severance pay and
a $30,000 a month pension.
The Board, at a special
meeting, agreed that the
payments were unseemly.
Leon Dulzin, Governor of the
bank, but not a Board
member, said he ordered the
pension suspended. The
severance payment had
already been made.

Fill your cup to the rim
with the full, rich taste of Brim:

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