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September 17, 1982 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-17

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Friday, September 11, 1982 41

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Jewish Welfare Federation President Avern Cohn, second from left, is shown
at the Detroit Service Group Stag Day presenting Lion of Judah menoras to the
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Joel Tauber and I. William Sherr. At right, Professional Health Division chairmen
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• Dr. Joseph Jacobson and Dr. Marvin D. Siegel accept the DSG Loving Cup for
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Harvard Blacks
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1982, 8 P.M.

Jewish Comm. Center, W. Bloomfield

I - HEARA SYMPHONY

Maestro Gary Bertini
"Influences and Interplay between Folk
and Ethnic Sources and Israeli Sym-
phonic Music."

ADMISSION . . . $2.50

Sponsored by:
The Israel Information and Resource Center

31705 Grand River Ave.

2 blks. W. of Orchard Lake Rd.

Preparing for the annual Balfour Celebration of
the Detroit District-Zionist Organization of America,
are, from left: Chairmen Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman, Max
Sosin, Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib, Dr. Lester Zeff and Mrs. I.
Walter Silver.
Chairmen for the 49th
annual Balfour Celebration
of the Zionist Organization
of America — Detroit Dis-
trict have been announced
by ZOD President Irving
Laker.
The chairmen are: Mrs.
Ira G. Kaufman, women's
committee; Max Sosin, co-
chairman; Mrs. Sidney Z.
Leib, women's committee;
Dr. Lester Zeff, overall
chairman; Mrs. I. Walter
Silver, women's committee
and Golden Sponsor chair-
man.
The annual celebration
will be held 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7
at Ford Auditorium.
For Balfour Celebration
tickets, call the ZOD office,
569-1515.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. —
Black students at Harvard
Law School have voted 59-6
to continue their boycott of a
course on racial and legal
issues which is going to be
taught in part by a Jewish
civil rights attorney.
• The students say their
protest is against the
school's failure to hire more
minority faculty members.
The school has 60 te-
nured full-time faculty,
including one black and
one woman.
The civil rights class had
been scheduled to be taught
by Levonne Chambers, a
black lawyer, and Jack
Greenberg. Both are associ-
ated with the NAACP Legal
Defense and Educational
Fund.

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Farmer Jack
Gifts of Nature Florist
Haber Cleaners
Al Harris, Inc. Men's Shop
Harvard Row Barbar Salon
Harvard Row Kosher Meats and Poultry
Hilsum's Inc. Women's Wear

Hilsum's Too Women's Wear
Jerome's Shoes
Jewel Bakery
Matter Furs, Inc.
Manufacturers Bank of Southfield
Nature's Fruit & Nut Co.
Nocera Jewelry
George Ohrenstein Jewelers, Ltd.
Original Esquire Deli
Picture Talk Galleries, Inc.
Said Shoe Repair
Shoe Time
The Special Lady -
Fuller Figure Women's Wear
Spitzer's Hebrew Books and Gifts
Undercovers Boutique

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