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November 28, 1980 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

66 Friday, November 28, 1980

Why did God create Adam
alone? In order to teach us
that whoever destroys a
single _life is as guilty as
*hough he had destroyed the
entire world; and that who-
ever saves one life, earns as
much merit as though he
has saved the entire world.
— Talmud

Ford Will Chair NCCJ Dinner
Honoring Max Fisher Dec. 11

The National Conference
of Christians and Jews will
present its National Human
Relations Award to Max
Fisher at the brotherhood

Wishing the Community

A Happy

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dinner for which Henry
Ford is general chairman,
on Dec. 11 at Detroit's Cobo
Hall.
The event will raise funds
for NCCJ's Greater Detroit
Round Table, which is
under the leadership of
Round Table co-chairmen
Alan E. Schwartz, Charles
T. Fisher III and Walter J.
McCarthy, Jr:—
Media celebrity Howard
Cosell will participate in
the program.
The NCCJ will cite
Fisher "for his major
roles in developing the
response of business
leaders to the needs of the
city through Detroit Re-
naissance and New De-
troit and his philan-
thropic concern which
has helped to build an
American sense of com-
munity among citizens of
all faiths and races."
Fisher has chaired the
Torch Drive, served as
president and chairman of
the United Foundation, as
president of the board of
governors of Detroit's

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Center to Host Concert
of Israel Hasidic Festival

The Jewish Community
Center will present the Is-
raeli Hasidic Festival in
concert 8 p.m. Monday in
the main Center complex.
There is a charge, and the
public is invited.
The Center will offer a
weight-training class be-
ginning 7 p.m. Monday at
the main center.
There is a charge for
the 10-week class, open to
men and women, age 13

there's a new gallery in town!

HENRY FORD

Jewish Welfare Federation,
and as chairman of Detroit
Renaissance since its incep-
tion.
For dinner reservations,
call the NCCJ, 869-6306.

Detroit Technion
Role on Agenda
at Fete Sunday

Metropolitan Detroit
Jewry's half century of serv-
ices to the Israel Technion,
the technological-scientific
university in Haifa that
ranks among the 10 leading
technological schools, will
be outlined at the annual
dinner 6 p.m. Sunday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
A resume of major contri-
butions towards the ad-
vancement of the Technion
will be outlined to the
attendees at the Detroit
Technion Society function
by Sam Rich, who heads the
new campaign for the De-
troit dormitory planned for
the Technion campus in
Haifa. Details of the plan
are outlined on the last page
of this issue.
Guest speaker will be
Joseph Kraft, nationally
syndicated columnist.

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tion, call the physical
education department,
661-1000, ext. 180.
Mike Freidin, former
champion gymnast in the
Ukraine, will direct a gym-
nastics program beginning
Tuesday at the main Center
complex.
There is a charge. For de-
tails, call the physical edu-
cation department.

The Jabotinsky Society of
Herut Zionists of America
will have a "Hanuka Hap-
pening" 8 p.m. Saturday at
Cong. Beth Achim.
Eric Rosenow and His
Continentals will provide
music and humorist Max
Sosin will entertain.
Refreshments and prizes
will highlight the evening.
There is a charge.
For tickets, call Sam
Hornung, 557-1847; Simon
Cieck, 548-3073; or Helen
Kain, 569-9832.

Broomfield on
Transition Team

WASHINGTON — Rep.
William S. Broomfield (R-
Mich.) has been named a
senior adviser to Presi-
dent-elect Ronald Reagan's
transition team.
Broomfield, senior Re-
publican on the House
Foreign Affairs Committee,
will give advice on the State
Department and the Inter-
national Communications
Agency.

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have what he wants.

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