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December 04, 1981 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

52 Friday,-December 4, 1981

JNF Official Silverman Will Address
Labor Zionist Alliance Event Saturday

Gordon Silverman, na-
tional director of the labor
department of the Jewish
National Fund, will address
a program sponsored by the
Labor Zionist Alliance of
Detroit at 8 p.m. Saturday
at the LZA headquarters,
25900 Greenfield, Oak
Park.
Silverman will speak on

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"What Makes Us Distinc-
tive — The Role of Labor
Zionists Today." Ralph
Levy will respond. Helen
Naimark will moderate the
discussion.
Formerly director of the
Detroit LZA, Silverman left
the post to become the direc-
tor of the LZA of Los
Angeles, Calif. He has been

with the JNF for the past
two years.
The meeting is spon-
sored by Branch 11.
David Silberg is chair-
man and Alex Blumen-
berg is chairman of the
Detroit LZA.
Friends are invited free of
charge. A social hour will
follow.

Federation Junior Division to Meet

Sister Carol Rittner,
assistant to the vice
president for academic and
student affairs at Mercy
College of Detroit, will dis-
cuss "How Shall We Re-
spond to the Holocaust?" at
the next open meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Junior Division.

The Lilian Bernstein Lec- lecture series. James
ture Series will present Sis- Deutchman is president of
ter Carol 8_p.m. Dec. 15 at Junior Division, a year-
the United Hebrew Schools. round organization open to
The public is invited at no persons of post-college age
charge.
through their early 30s. For
Linda Etkin and David information, call Junior Di-
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