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July 15, 1977 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-07-15

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Recipients Listed

Births

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July 7—To Mr. and Mrs.
Allan Meltzer (Sylvia Kide-
ckel), 24041 Condon, Oak
Park, a daughter, Kori Ali-
son.
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July 4—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jon Velick (Marcia Kop-
man), 24230 Jerome, Oak
Park, a son, Matthew Kop-
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West Bloomfield, a daugh-
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Gary Cohen (Nancy Hoff-
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field, a daughter, Lindsay
Erin.

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June 25—To Mr. and Mrs.
Barry Steinberg (Marylyn
Mack), 13308 Ludlow, Hun-
tington Woods, a son, An-
drew Justin.
***
June 14—To former De-
troiters Dr. and Mrs.
James Piper (Sherry Berk)
of Torrance, Calif., a daugh-
ter, Laurie Pamela.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

_36 Friday, July 15, 1977

June 9.--To Rabbi and
Mrs. Dovid Kuperman,
23421 Kipling, Oak Park, a
daughter, Aliza.

***

June 9—To Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Cheshin (Elaine Iden
of Huntington Woods), of Je-
rusalem, Israel, a son,
Arik.

***

June 8—To Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Walkon (Karen
Entin), 24538 Harden, South-
field, a daughter, Allison
Beth.
***
June 8—To Dr. and Mrs.
Joseph L. Mangen (Bar-
bara Finkel), 21660 Strat-
ford Ct., Oak Park, a daugh-
ter, Jessica Dawn.
***
Jan. 2—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Morrison (Shelly
Kaplan), a son, Loren Jus-
tin.
***
To Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
mond V. Harris (Kathy
Press), 2711 Winter Dr.,
Troy, an adopted son, Paul
Brian.

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NEW
YORK—Nobel
Prize Laureate Milton
Friedman, who recently ac-
cepted a position as econom-
ic consultant to the newly
formed government of Is-
rael's Prime Minister Men-
ahem Begin, was awarded
an honorary doctorate from
the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem at its July 4 con-
vocation ceremonies.
Other Americans who re-
ceived honorary doctoral de-
grees were Leonard Davis
of New York and Palm
Beach, philanthropist and
civic leader who dedicated
the Leonard Davis Institute
of International Relations
at the Hebrew University in
1973; Joseph Meyerhoff of
Baltimore, prominent Jew-
ish-American leader; Dr.
D. Walter Cohen zt, dean of
the University of Pennsylva-
nia's school of dental medi-
cine.
Prof. Benjamin Levich, a
Russian scientist and
human rights advocate who
has been denied an exit
visa to Israel, also received
an honorary doctoral de-
gree.

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the chairman of the inter-
national board of governors
of the Hebrew University,
was awarded to Rabbi
Simon Greenberg, vice
chancellor of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.

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Invitations

NEW YORK—The Inter-
national Convention of the
Conservative National Fed-
eration of Jewish Men's
Clubs, which is dedicated to
the theme of "Building Fu-
ture Leadership for World
Jewry," will feature three
international personalities
who will discuss the vital as-
pects of Jewish leadership
on the American and the
world scene.
The convention to take
Place July 31 - Aug. 4 in
Montreal, will include three
special leadership sessions.
The keynote speakers will
be Rabbi Wolfe Kelman, ex-
ecutive vice president of
the Rabbinical Assembly;
Alan Rose, national execu-
tive vice president, Cana-
dian Jewish Congress; and
Arthur J. Levine, national
president of the United
Synagogue of America.

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U.S. Youngsters
to Have Maccabia

Wayne State University
1974

MAZELTOV

To

Pearl and Sharon Wermut
On Your Engagement

14 .1ith Jove.

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NEW YORK (JTA)—

More than 300 Jewish young-
sters age 13 and 14, will as-
semble this summer from
10 Jewish camps to partici-
pate in an inter-camp Mac-
cabia, Aug. 1-3, according
to the American Zionist
Youth Foundation.
The inter-camp event,
which will be held at the
New Jersey Y camps in
Lake Como, Pa, is spon-
sored by the AZYF.
The Maccabia will in-
clude scouting and dis-
cussion of Jewish values, in
addition to sports. There
will be a special ceremony
in memory of the slain Is-
raeli athletes.

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1974

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