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May 02, 1980 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, May 2, 1980

Nosanchuk to Head Bonds'
Cash Campaign in Detroit

Scopus Award for Schaver
at Hebrew U May 18 Even

chairmanship,
lection
Nosanchuk said the serious
situation demanded im-
mediate action. "This is' a
battle for Israel's economic
survival. Therefore, despite
the U.S. tight money situa-
tion, I believe the concern of
Israel's friends in our com-
"Israel can't do it alone!" munity will result in a
said Holtzman, anecalled generous outpouring of loan
upon all friends of Israel to dollars."
help meet the greatest eco-
Nosanchuk said Detroit's
nomic challenge in the na- cash goal, to be reached in
tion's history, through the next 60 days, is $2 mil-
payment of unpaid Israel lion, and that because of the
l3ond subscriptions and new urgency of Israel's cash
cash sales.'
needs, immediate campaign
In one of the grimmest priority will be directed to
economic situations Israel cash collection by Metro De-
has experienced, Israelis troit Israel Bond Executive
are faced with galloping in- Board members David
flation, removal of govern- Hermelin, Sam Rich, Dr.
ment subsidies on staples, Hershel Sandberg, Phillip
increased taxation and the Stollman, Irving Laker,
forced lay-off of hundreds of Michael Grey, Lee D. Stein,
public sector employees, Harold Beznos, Erwin
Holtzman said.
Ziegelman and Henry
In accepting the cash col- Dorfman.

Harold Berry, chairman
of the Hebrew University
function scheduled as an
expression of appreciation
for the services of Emma
Lazaroff Schaver to Israel
and the Jewish community,
announced that the Scopus
Award will be presented to
her at a luncheon at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, May 18.
The Midwest Conference
of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University was
postponed because Israeli
guests will be unable to

David B. Holtzman, gen-
eral chairman of Metro De-
troit State of Israel Bonds,
has announced the ap-
pointment of Max Nosan-
chuk as chairman of a cash
collection campaign for Is-
rael Bonds.

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He currently serves as a
curriculum writer for the
Leaders Training Fellow-
ship.
Miss Adelsberg will be
awarded a bachelor of arts
degree from Columbia Uni-
versity as part of its joint
program of studies with the
seminary.
Sol M. Linowitz of Wash-
ington, D.C., special amba s -
sador to the autonomy
negotiations, will be
awarded a doctor of laws de-
gree, honoris causa; Samuel
M. Melton of Columbus,
Ohio, philanthropist and
pioneer in the field of
Jewish education, will re-
ceive a doctor of Hebrew let-
ters, honoris causa; and
Norman Podhoretz of New
York City, editor of "Com-
mentary" magazine and a
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granted an honorary doctor
of letters degree.

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Mr. and Mrs. William Fit-
zerman of Oak Park will be
ordained rabbi, teacher and
preacher, and Sandra
Adelsberg, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Norman
Adelsberg of Southfield,
will be awarded a bachelor
of arts degree at the 86th
annual commencement
exercises of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America May 11 in New
York City.
Rabbi Fitzerman was
graduated from the Univer-
sity of Michigan with a-
bachelor of arts degree and
was elected to Phi Beta
Kappa honorary during his
junior year. An Angell
Scholar at Michigan, he was
granted a master of arts de-
gree from the seminary,
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situations affecting the
Middle East.
Berry stated that the ad-
vance response for reserva-
tions to the Scopus Award
luncheon assures
community-wide participa-
tion in the event.

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