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March 22, 1991 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-03-22

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IN BRIEF

THINK SPRING!

ANDREW HALPERIN has
joined the staff at Providence
Hospital in Southfield. He is
an obstetrician/gynecologist.

DR. WILLIAM S. GONTE

has joined the staff at Pro-
vidence Hospital in South-
field. He is a specialist in
general internal medicine.

YATES OFFICE SUPPLY
is opening its second Detroit
location in the Fisher
Building.

Attending the recent Council
of Jewish Federations Cam-
paign Directors and Endow-
ment Professionals Institute
in Florida were: Allan Gel-
fond, Campaign director of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; Joseph Imberman,
Federated Endowment Fund
director; Kenneth Mintzer,
assistant director of Cam-
paign; and Barbara Satin-
sky, associate director,
Development/Federated En-
dowment Fund.

MARK NUSSBAUM of Bir-
mingham has been named a
partner of the Detroit law
firm Honigman, Miller,
Schwartz and Cohn.

GARY LEEMAN, C.P.A.,
has been named a principal
shareholder in the Southfield
certified public accounting
firm of Burnstein, Morris and
Brown, P.C.

DAVID M. DEUTSCH of
DMD Photographic recently
was named among the Mid-
East states top ten
photographers by the Profes-
sional Photographers of
America.
Mr. Deutsch was one of 290
photographers entered in the
six-state regional competi-
tion. Three of the four
photographs he entered
received "Blue Ribbon"
awards. These photographs
will be exhibited at the Inter-
national Exposition of
Photography in Dallas, Thxas,
in July.

Sharon Plans
Housing Units

Jerusalem (JTA) — Two
opposition Knesset members
accused the government of
circumventing its commit-
ment to Washington not to
settle new immigrants in the
administered territories.
According to Eli Ben-
Menahem of the Labor Party
and Charlie Biton, an in-
dependent aligned with
Labor, the Housing Ministry
plans to build new housing
in the territories for
residents of slum neighbor-

hoods in Israel proper, whose
homes would then become
available for new immi-
grants.
The effect would be to in-
crease the Jewish population
of the territories, and that
could put future peace talks
in jeopardy, the Knesset
members maintained at a
news conference here.
The two charged that
Housing Minister Ariel Sha-
ron plans to build 24,000
housing units in the ter-
ritories and designate them
as a rehabilitation project
for 90,000 residents of econ-
omically depressed neigh-
borhoods.
They showed reporters a
set of documents that they
described as "the black book
of Ariel Sharon."
According to the docu-
ments, his ministry plans
10,400 housing units in
Ofarim; 1,700 in Alei-Zahav;
2,100 in Avnei- Hefetz; 2,100
in Ariel B; 2,800 in Bruchin;
and 1,100 in Revava.
Mr. Sharon said the fig-
ures were "unfortunately"
exaggerated and that the
government is sticking to its
pledge not to direct new im-
migrants to the territories.
The pledge was given to
the United States as a condi-
tion for receiving U.S. guar-
antees enabling Israel to ob-
tain $400 million in com-
'mercial bank loans at
favorable rates to build
housing for Soviet immi-
grants.
The guarantees, approved
by Congress last spring but
held up by the Bush ad-
ministration because of con-
cerns about Israel's set-
tlement policy, were finally
released by the State
Department.

mml LOCAL NEWS 11•••1

Intergroup Lunch
On Blacks, Jews

The American Jewish Com-
mittee, the Detroit Urban
League, the Jewish Com-
munity Council and NAACP-
Detroit Branch will co-
sponsor a luncheon and
discussion exploring the
special partnerships that
have developed between black
and Jewish women in our
community, noon March 25,
at the McGregor Memorial
Conference Center on the
Wayne State University
campus.
Following the program, at-
tendees will be taken on a
guided tour of "Blacks and
Jews: The American Ex-
perience," an exhibit on
display in the Community
Arts Building.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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