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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 1, 1974-31

Brandeis U. to Honor Detroiter

WALTHAM, Mass — Ivan
Ludington Sr., president of
the Ludington News Co., Inc.,
of Detroit, will receive Bran-
deis University's Distin-
guished Community Service
Award at a testimonial din-
ner Nov. 19, at New York's
Plaza Hotel.
The award, established in
1971, honors outstanding men
and women whose exception-
al contributions and concern
enrich the philanthropic and
organizational life of the loc-
al and national communities.

rrintrone Dining
CONTINENTAL CUISINE

---

in a majestic atmosphere

helping develop better read-
ing habits among the city's
children. The Detroit Public
Schools named a school .for
him in 1971, the only living
person to be so honored in
Detroit. He has also ah:Nd
Wayne State University.

He has been cited by the
Boy Scouts of America, the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith and various other
organizations for his efforts
on their behalf. A commis-
sioner of the Detroit Zoologi-
cal Park for more than 30
Ludington h a s received years, he is also an active
numerous - plaudis for his supporter of Detroit's police
work on behalf of others in- and fire departments.
cluding a special resolution
The Brandeis dinner is
voted in his honor by the sponsored by both the Uni-
Michigan legislature on his versity and the national pub-
75th birthday in 1972.
lishing industry.. It is held an-

Tuet Thru Fri., Lunch 11:30-2:30
Sot. 5:30-10 p.m.

He has donated libraries to
Detroit students through the
public school system and has
been largely responsible for

nually to benefit the Univer-
sity's scholarship and fellow-
ship funds and to honor lead-
ers of the industry.

Vatican Commission Supported
by Five Jewish Organizations

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their organizations. "These
consultations h a v e been
marked increasingly by a
spirit of friendship and can-
dor, by a desire for mutual
helpfulness in areas of com-
mon concern," the co-secre-
taries said.
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Yariv to Address
Major UJA Event

NEW YORK — Aharon
Yariv, Israeli minister of in-
formation and the chief nego-
tiator for the Kilometer 101
disengagement talks follow-
ing the Yom Kippur War,
will be the guest of honor at
a special UJA leadership din-
ner Nov, 13 at the Hyatt
Regency in Chicago.
In addition, Sylva Zalman-
son, recently pardoned Soviet
Jewish activist and prisoner
of conscience, also will be
present.
Citing the forthcoming din-
ner as "an extraordinary and
historic meeting of the lead-
ers of the American Jewish
community," Paul Zucker-
man, UJA general chairman,
explained that it is "the first
major UJA event to be held
on the eve of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds General Assem-
bly in that organization's 48-
year history."

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