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June 11, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, June 11, 1982

5

Israel Information Chief Will Address Zionist Conclave Sunday

(Continued from Page 1)
Louis D. Brandeis Award
to The Jewish News
editor and publisher
Philip Slomovitz and his
wife Anna.
Hurwitz is a native of
r

NICHOLAS VELIOTES •

Latvia who emigrated to
South Africa as a youngster.
He was active in South Afri-
can Zionist activities and
edited the Jewish Herald.
He and his family made
aliya to Israel in 1978 and

OFFICIAL (—) AGENCY

he has served as a spokes-
man for the Begin govern-
ment.
Other personalities who
will address the ZOA ses-
sions include: Nicholas A.
Veliotes, U.S. assistant sec-
retary of state for Near
Eastern and South Asian af-
fairs; Alleck A. Resnick of
Baltimore, chairman of the
National Executive Com-
mittee of the ZOA; and Il-
linois Republican Con-
gressmen Edward J. Der-
winski and Tom Corcoran.
The weekend events are
being hosted by the Detroit
District of the ZOA, which
will have its annual instal-
lation of officers tonight in

Silverman,
Sidney
chairman of the Detroit Dis-
trict Executive Committee,
will preside over Sunday's
luncheon. Participants will
include Sidney Brand and
Dr. Maxwell Hoffman.
Judge Avern Cohn will give
the Detroit communal re-
sponse following the award
to the Slomovitzes.
Kfar Silver scholarship
donor awards will be pre-
sented by Detroit District
president Irving Laker at
2:15 p.m. and final business
sessions for the conference
will follow at 3 p.m.

Sion Soleymani, Mr. and
Mrs. Max- Sosin and Mrs.
Barbara Weitzman.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel
Leikin and Mrs. Norma T.
Hudosh were elected
lifetime members of the
honorary board of directors.
MET *.IIMINKSIMEMg

Daily—Hoof:0aq
Sympathy

FRUIT
ASKETS

Detroit District
InStallation Set

The installation of offi-
cers of the Detroit District of
the Zionist Organization of
America will be held 8:15
p.m. tonight as part of the
ZOA's sessions at the
Sheraton - Southfield.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman
will preside and Judge
Norman Feder will be in-
stalling officer. Detroit Dis-
trict president IrvingLaker
and ZOA national president
Ivan Novick will speak, as
will Rep. Corcoran.
Detroit District officers
to be installed include:
ALLECK RESNICK
conjunction with the NEC Laker, president;
events. The installation will Leonard Herman, Dr.
be at 8:15 p.m. Speaker will Lester Zeff, Hymie Cu-
be Rep. Corcoran, who is a tler, Mrs. I. Walter Silver
member of the House and Sherwin Tukel, vice
Energy and Commerce presidents; Isadore Sil-
verman, treasurer; and
Committee.
At 8 p.m. Saturday,- Mrs. Helen Atler, secre-
Novick will give the ZOA tary.
Elected to three-year
presidential address and
Rep. Derwinsky and Vel- terms on the board of direc-
iotes will also speak. tors were: Abraham Burns-
tein, Mrs. Alan Feldman,

Dr. Sheila Lampert, Dr.
Nathan H. Moss, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Rosenbaum,
Seymour Rabotnick, Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Shapiro,
Dr. Gerald Sherman, Jef-
frey Sherman, Dr. and Dr.

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