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May 13, 1983 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-05-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Friday, May 13, 1983

It's Time
to Call

Diamond Export

Hersch's lawn Spray

557-8890

Community Council Joins
City-Suburban Conference

RAMAT GAN (ZINS) —
Israel exported polished The Jewish Community
diamonds worth $905 mil- Council will co-sponsor the
lion in 1982. second City-Suburban

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Forum to be held noon
Tuesday at the Southfield
Civic Center.
Coordinated by New De-
troit, the forum will feature
a panel comprised of Wayne
County Executive William
Lucas, Oakland County
Executive Donald Murphy
and Macomb County Com-
missioner Patrick Johnson.
WDIV-TV Editorial Di-
rector Beth Konrad will be
the moderator.
There is a fee, and a
kosher luncheon will be
served. Reservations are
due by today. For details,
call the Jewish Community
Council, 962-1880. .

Artist Displays
Metal Sculpture

Artist Henry Friedman of
Oak Park will display his
award-winning metal
sculpture, "Fallen
Soldiers," at the Warren-
Hydromatic Division of
General Motors, Building
11 in the lobby.
The sculpture will be ex-
hibited June 3 at the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home in Southfield in honor
of Memorial Day.

Film on Jewish Identity,
Discussion Hosted by AJC

Detroit Chapter. Ameri-
can Jewish Comm...tee, will
see a videotape entitled, "I
Am a Jew," 8 p.m. May 23 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
youth lounge.
Moderating the discus-
sion after the film will be
Joseph Giordano, former
assistant commissioner of
mental health of New York
and director of the Louis
Caplan Center on Group
Identity and Mental
Health.
Giordano co-authored a
book, "Ethnicity and Fam-
ily Therapy," and is a con-
tributing editor of Atten-
zione magazine.
He holds a MA degree
from Columbia's
Graduate School of So-
cial Work, where he is a
doctoral candidate spe-
cializing in social policy
and planning with an
emphasis on community
health.
For the past two years
Giordano has traveled ex-
tensively throughout the
U.S. and Canada as mod-
erator of the videotape for
lay and mental health pro-
fessionals. He joined the
American Jewish Commit-
tee in 1973 as a consultant
to the Institute on
Pluralism and Group Iden-
tity.
Prior to that he served as
director of the Multi-Family
Group Therapy Project at
the Educational Alliance
Division of Hillside Hospi-
tal.
In 1977, he was appointed
to the President's Commis-
sion on Mental Health,
serving on the Task Force
on Special Populations and
assisted in writing the re-
port on mental health care

Miss Rosenfeld
Plans to Marry

JOSEPH GIORDANO

of European-Americans.
In 1979, he was elected
chairman of the Coalition
for the White House Con- -
ference of Families.
The public is invited free
of charge, but reservations
are required. For reserva-
tions, call the AJCommit-
tee, 965-3353.

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225

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Due to this special offer, Summer Swim Club membership fees must be paid in full, in advance.

Outdoor pools open June 12.

MISS ROSENFELD

Dr. and Mrs. Sanford
Rosenfeld of Orchard Lake
announce the engagement
of their daughter, Diane
Robin, to Joel Ronald
Swimmer, son of Dr. and
Mrs. A. Robert Swimmer of
Oak Park.
Miss Rosenfeld attended
Oakland Community Col-
lege where she majored in
hotel-motel management.
An August wedding is
planned.

Economic Assist

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
Prof. Eliyahu Kanovsky,
chairman of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity's Economics De-
partment, says that the de-
cline in world oil prices will
help to solve some of Israel's
economic problems.

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