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May 01, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-01

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42 Friday, May 1, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Democracy cannot sur-
vive without the guidance of
a creative minority.

Bar-Ilan Women's Chapter to Re-Activate at May Meeting

Plans are nearly complete
for "Breakfast with Bar-
Ilan," the spring meeting of
the American Women for
Bar,-Ilan University, which
will take place 9:30 a.m.
Wednesday in the home of
Barbara Stollman, 2688 In-
dian Mound S., Birming-
ham, announces Frieda
Stollman, president, and
Sharon Hart, who is chair-

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president, Women's Di-
ing the meeting.
The gathering marks the vision - Allied Jewish
return to activity of this Campaign, the Jewish
group. Founded in 1960, National Fund, Israel
five years after Bar-Ilan Bonds, among numerous
came into existence, the De- other organizations.
Mrs. Hart is a former
troit Chapter was the uni-
versity's first, and member of the United
strongest, women's organ- Jewish Appeal. National
ization. Activities have in- Young Women's Leadership
cluded major drives to de- Cabinet, as well as im-
velop the library system mediate past president of
and to open the department Women's American ORT,
Michigan Region, and a
of musicology at Bar-Ilan.
Mrs. Stollman founded member of ORT's district
the Detroit Chapter, and and national boards. With
was the major force in mak- the Jewish Welfare Federa-
ing the American Women a tion she serves on the board
national concept. She, along of the Women's Division,
with her husband Max, and the Campaign executive
brother-in-law, Phillip, committee, the National
have been leaders of Bar- and Community Relations
Ilan on the international Agencies Budgeting Di-
level since before the uni- vision and the out-reach
committee; she also serves
versity's formal founding.
In addition, she has as associate chairman of the
been active in the Jewish Allied Jewish Campaign's
Welfare Federation, of Phone-O-Gift.
Mrs. Hart serves on the
which she is vice
board of the Jewish Family
Service, and is a life
member of Bnai Brith
Women, Hadassah and the
National Council of Jewish
Women. She recently was
elected to the board of trus-
tees of Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Wednesday's meeting
will feature Harriet Berg_
and the Festival Dancers
who will present a
lecture-demonstration of
the original ballet "The
Tzviling." Joanne Zuroff
will report on her fami-
ly's visit to Bar-Ilan.
FRIEDA STOLLMAN
There will be no solicita-
tion.
For information about the
American Women or the
annual Bar-Ilan dinner, call
the Bar-Ilan office, 398-
7180.

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Specially designed and
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the honorees. All such con-
tributions are tax-
deductible.
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JNF, 557-6644.

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The luncheon speaker
will be beauty consultant
Adrien Arpel. Proceeds
realized from the luncheon
will be used to make the
temple facilities accessible
for the physically handi-
capped.

On Dean's List

Evelyn Krieger, a junior
at New York University,
has been named to the de-
an's list for the winter quar-
ter with a 3.9 grade aver-
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