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November 03, 1978 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Judge Gilbert Seeks State
Supreme Court Justice Post

Judge Alice Gilbert is one sity Law School, University
of four non-partisan candi- of Detroit Law School, Har-
dates for Michigan Supreme vard Graduate School of
Public Administration, the
Court Justice.
Judge Gilbert was edu- University of Michigan and
cated at Wellesley College at the National College of
and received LLB and JD State Judiciary at the Uni-
degrees in law from the versity of Nevada.
Northwestern University
She is the past president
Law School. She has pun and member of the rules
sued post-graduate studies 'committee of the Michigan
_ at the Wayne State Univer- District Judges Association
and was chairman of the
Oakland County District
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Judges Association.
She holds membership
• invitations
in the American, Michi-
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gan State and Oakland
County Bar Associations;
• stationery
American Judges Asso-
Phyllis Billes
ciation; American Judi-
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cature Society; National
Association of Women
Lawyers and National
Conference of Special
Court Judges.

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She was admitted to prac-
tice before the U.S. Sup-
reme Court in 1964.
A practicing attorney for
12 xears, Judge Gilbert has
been a judge for 17 years.
Among the posts she has
held are circuit judge, dis-
trict_ judge, justice of the
peace for Bloomfield Town-
ship and justice for the city
of Bloomfield Hills.
She also is involved in a
variety of communal
causes.

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The Wetsman and
Mrs. Slatkin serves on
Jeffrey N. Borin, Robert
Greenberg
awards provide
the
boards
of
directors
of
H. Naftaly and Donna Slat-
kin have been chosen as the JWF's Women's Division, for the recipients to attend
recipients of Jewish Wel- Fresh Air Society and the annual General As-
fare Federation's 1978 an- National Council of sembly of the Council of
nual awards for young lead-
ership.
The three were honored
at a Federation board of
governors meeting Nov. 2.
Naftaly received the
Frank A. Wetsman Memo-
rial Leadership Award,
Federation's first award to
recognize the accom-
plishments of young per-
sons.
NAFT ALY
BORIN
An accountant, Naftaly
was chairman of the Pro- Jewish Women.
_e
Jewish Federations.
fessional Service Di-
Borin, immediate past Boesky honoree is
vision during the 19'78 Al- president of Junior Di- encouraged to attend the
lied Jewish Campaign. vision, received the William Young Leadership Confer-
He served as co- H. Boesky Memorial Lead- ence sponsored by the
chairman of the division ership Award.
United Jewish Appeal and
in 1977 and as vice
A former member of the
chairman during prev- Junior Division's executive CJF.
ious Campaigns.
committee, Bonin sits on its
Naftaly is a member of board of directors and the
the executive committee of board of the United Hebrew
the Jewish Community Schools. He is a member of
Center and sits on the board the admissions committee,
of directors of the Jewish Jewish Home for Aged, and
Community Council. He is a was the Junior Division
OF HARVARD ROW
member of Federation's Na- liaison to that agency.
Designers of Fine Furs
tional Agencies budgeting
Bonin is a member of the
division as well as the new board of the Jewish Histori-
Complete Fur Service
JWF Outreach Committee. cal Society of Michigan and
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Previously chairman of chairman of its membership
Phone: 358-0850
its Michigan regional committee.
board, Naftaly now is assis-
tant national treasurer of
the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith. He is
on the board of directors of
the Jewish National Fund.
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Mrs. Slatkin, a former re-
cipient of the Junior Di-
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the Sylvia Simon Green-
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nually honors a young
woman who has shown un-
usual promise in commu-
nity leadership.

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Interns for Peace
Project Launched

NEW YORK — Interns
for Peace, a new human re-
lations program between
the Jewish and Arab citi-
zens of Israel, was launched
last month as 12 North
American interns began
their preparation program
on Kibutz Barkai in Israel.
Following this six-month
program, they and eight
other Israeli Jewish and Is-
raeli Arab interns will
spend two years in five
different Arab communities
of the Haifa district, initiat-
ing and coordinating
cooperative activities in
health care, physical educa-
tion, dance, music and edu-
cation.

`Kosher Home
Published in NY

NEW YORK — The first
issue of Kosher Home mag-
azine has been published in
New York. The magazine
will be published nine times
per year.
The first issue includes
articles on Jewish genetic
diseases, diet Sabbath de-
licacies, a kosher products
guide and others.
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tion, write Kosher Home,
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