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February 16, 1979 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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Friday, February 16, 1919 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Prime Minister's Adviser Yehuda Avner
to Visit Israel Bond Leaders in Detroit

Yehuda Avner, senior
adviser to . Prime Minister
▪ Menahem Begin Of Israel,
• will be in Detroit on Thurs-
day to meet with commu-
nity leadership on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds, an-
nounced Metro Detroit Is-
rael Bond general chairman
David B. Hermelin.
Avner, who has actively
led the Israel peace
negotiating team since the
i 'tial meetings at Camp
d, will attend several
tings throughout the
day to discuss peace pros-
pects and the increasing
_ opportunity available to Is-
rael and American inves-
tors and industrialists for
mutually beneficial trade
and manufacturing agree-
ments.
Phillip Stollman will host
a private evening cocktail
• reception honoring Avner
on behalf of the Israel Bond



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Detroiter Philip Stollman, left, is shown at the
Israel Bonds Prime Minister's Conference inviting
Yehuda Avner to Detroit.
Prime Minister's Club and of Israel in Washington,
Ambassador's Society of D.C. and consul of Israel
Trustees, top-level honor- in New York. A veteran
ary societies of the Bond journalist, he received
organization. Stollman, a his training in England
long-time supporter in the and Israel, specializing in
Israel Bond campaign, is political affairs.
In Jerusalem, he was di-
this year's Israel. 30th An-
niversary chairman for rector of political publica-
Metro Detroit State of Israel tions in the Ministry for
Foreign Affairs and prior to
Bonds.
Avner, who is a former that, English secretary to
information chief of the the late Levi Eshkol, Prime
Prime Minister's Office, Minister of Israel. He for-
previously served as merly served as adviser to
counselor of the Embassy Prime Minister Rabin.

Yeshiva University Official
to Deliver Bargman Lecture

MISS SUPERSTINE

Dr. and Mrs. Milton
Superstine of Bloomfield
Township announce the
engagement of their Baugh-
--- ter, Jody Ann, to Richard
Aaron Grossman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Grossman
of Southfield.
Miss Superstine and her
fiance are seniors in the
University - of Michigan
School of Pharmacy.
A July wedding is
planned.

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MISS ROSENBERG

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Rosenberg of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their - daughter, Debra
Michelle, to Charles Hand-
ler Kraft, son of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob (Esta) Kraft.
An October wedding is
planned.

Dr. Moshe Meiselman, di-
rector of academic programs
at Yeshiva University, Los
Angeles, will address the
topic of "The Problem of the
Aguna in Jewish Law," 8:15
p.m. Tuesday in the main
United Hebrew Schools
building, as the first lec-
turer in the 23rd Mina and
Theodore Bargman Lecture
Series. -
Theme for this year's

Octogenarian
Wins Award
From Midrasha

Eighty - two - year - old
Philip H. Halper, a student
at the Midrasha-College of
Jewish Studies, will receive
the Bernard Isaacs Faculty
Award of the Midrasha at
the first program in the
Mina and Theodore
Bargman Lecture series
8:15 p.m. Tuesday in the
main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Named for the first
superintendent of the
United Hebrew Schools, the
award is given to Midrasha
students who demonstrate a
high level of learning and
commitment to Jewish
learning.
Halper holds a master's
degree in Germanic lan-
guages from Wayne State
University, and reads,
writes and speaks six
languages.
Halper was the author of
"A Comparison of Several
Biblical Passages in He-
brew With Their Transla-
tions Into the Yiddish,
English, Latin, French,
Russian and German Lan-
guages."
Rabbi Max Weine of the
MidraSha faculty will make
the presentation.

Singles Events

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SHERER
ROSE
SOCIALITES will hold a
Valentine dance 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Oak Park
Community Center. Music
will be provided by Johnny
"C" and his orchestra. Re-
freshments and social mix-
ers will highlight the eve-
ning. For information, call
Mollie Stern, 968-3643, or
Bertha _Feinberg, 557-4778.
** *
MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
hold a disco party featuring
Limitless Space 8:30 p.m.
Feb. 25 in the main Jewish
Community Center. There
is a charge, and refresh-
ments will be served.
** *
SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hear Shmuel Segev, edito-
rial writer and political an-
lyst for the Israel news-
paper Maariv, 8 p.m. Sun-
day at the main Jewish
Center. He will speak on
"American Relations With

Israel Under Carter." A so-
cial hour will follow. There
is a charge. For informa-
tion, call Phil Fabian, 967-

4110; Lois Moore, 968:3054;
or Dorothy Shapiro, 557-
2599. Singles age 30 and up
are invited.



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Topic: Halakha

NEW YORK — "Halakha
(Jewish legal tradition and
custom) in Reconstruc-
tionism" will be the theme
of the 19th annual conven-
tion of the Reconstruc-
tionist Federation of Con-
gregations and Fellowships
to be held in Philadelphia,
June 7-10.

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Dr. Meiselman earned
a BA degree from Har-
vard University- and a
PhD degree from the
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. He'-was
ordained at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theolog-
ical Seminary of Yeshiva
University.
He was assistant profes-
sor of philosophy and Tal-
mud at the Hebrew
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Skokie, Ill.,
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NEW YORK — The
Jewish Welfare Board has
issued its 1979-1980 Direc-
tory of Jewish Resident
Summer Camps. This is the
only complete national list-
ing of summer camps under
Jewish communal auspices.
The directory is available
from JWB's Publications
Services, 15 East 26th St.,
New York 10010. There is a
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