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November 27, 1981 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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Friday, Noveadrer 27,.18131; 53

THE 'DETROIT. IENISII MEWS

Schaver Dedication Leaders

Shown before the record of Detroit Jewry's par-
ticipation in the dedication of the Morris Schaver Au-
ditorium at the Lubavitch Education Center are two
of the leaders in the movement, David Silver, left, and
Irwin Cohn.

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Lessman and Jackier Are Appointed
to Bar-Ilan University Overseers Board

Salek Lessman and
Joseph H. Jackier, active in
Bar-Ilan University's ac-
tivities in Detroit, have
been elected to the univer-
sity's American Board of
Overseers, announce Phil-
lip &oilman, chairman of
Bar:Ilan's Global Board of
Trustees, and Dr. Leon Fill,
vice president of the Ameri-
can Board of Overseers and
a member of the Global
Board.
Lessman is a Bar-Ilan
founder and has been active
in the university's affairs
since its inception. He is a
past scholarship chairman
and most recently served as
chairman on behalf of the
university's business ad-
ministration program.
In addition, he is a
founder of the Technion

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Zedek.

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SALEK LESSMAN
and of Shaare Zedek
Hospital, as well as hav-
ing served as the hospi-
tal's Detroit Chairman in
1978. He is also a past
president of the Zionist
Revisionist movement.
His wife, Nora, a life
member of the American
Women for Bar-Ilan, was
instrumental during the
past year in bringing the
organization back to full ac-
tivity.
Jackier has been a leader
in Jewish community af-
fairs for 30 years. He served
as Bar-Ilan's Detroit
Chairman in 1969-1970,
and is a long time supporter
of the university. He is
president of United Jewish



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