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July 22, 1983 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-22

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42 Friday, July 22, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

HMC Designer to Address Event Campers Put on Their Ears

FIRESTONE

JEWELRY

Internationally known progress of his plans for the
museum designer James Holocaust Memorial Center
Gardner of London, (HMC) at the first gather-
(313) 557-1860
_ England, will report on the ing to be held in the build-
ing, on Wednesday:
Gardner, who designed
the Museum of the Diaspora
Diamonds Cost Less Here Period!
in Tel Aviv, has been com-
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missioned to plan the inter-
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jacent to the main Jewish
Community Center.
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rial ramp, a hall of
Jewish culture, memorial
flame, library and study
area, hall of testimony
and Garden of the Right-
eous Gentiles.
With the assistance of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
Sh'aarit Haplaytah (Sur-
vivors of the Holocaust) has
enlisted community-wide
support for the project. A
major capital and endow-
ment campaign under the
chairmanship of Henry
_Dorfman has been under-
way to help ensure .the ac-
quisition and maintenance
of historical materials, as
well as arrangement of
creative programming.
David S. Mondry, Marvin
Goldman and Lawrence
Jackier are spearheading
the conclusion of the cam-
paign. Wednesday's meet-
ing will be part of that cam-
paign.
For the Brussels World
Fair, Gardner designed the
British Pavilion — the only
time a single person has
executed an entire pavilion
and its exhibits — for which
he received a Gold Medal
Award.
For
the
Evoluon
Museum in Holland, the
most advanced technologi-
cal museum in the world,
Gardner has been qsponsi-
ble for the layout, theme
and exhibits. He also de-
signed the Bicentennial
Exhibit for the Federal De-
partment of Housing and
Urban Development at
Cape Canaveral, Florida.
In addition to his many
other credits, Gardner was
responsible for the design of
'the above-water lines of the
Queen Elizabeth (QE2) and
several other ships and
headed the design teal/1're-
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Murray Feldman to Speak
to Center Seniors Today

WJBK-TV news reporter
Murray Feldman will be the
guest speaker at 1' p.m.
today at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Branch of the Jewish
Community Center.
Feldman will speak as
part of the Friday afternoon
lecture series sponsored by
the Senior Adult Depart-
ment of the Center.
Feldman will speak on
"Judaism and the Media."
His talk is open to the pub-
lic, free of charge.
* * *

Short Story
Class for Seniors

MURRAY FELDMAN
ing the stories.
Persons interested in
joining the class, or getting-
information on other senior
adult programs, can call the
Senior Adult Department at
the Morris Branch, 967-
4030.
* * *

The Senior Adult De-
partment's short story class
meets 11 a.m. on Tuesdays
at the Morris Branch. Mar-
got Gardner, an English in-
structor at Oakland Uni-
versity, leads the class in
reading aloud and discuss

Stone Re- -Elected at Center

Charles G. Stone was re-
elected to a second year as
president of the Jewish
Community Center.

Also re-elected were
seven general board_ mem-
bers: Richard Maddin,
' Jerome Ash, Norman Pap-
pas, Dr. Mark Diem, Robert
Shapiro, Barbara Goldman
and Melba Winer.

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For the second consecutive summer, campers at
the Fresh Air Society's Camp Maas can participate in
an amateur radio program. Joel Colman is shown
here assisting Jay Kaplan with the radio. Some cam-
pers will be able to take code exams and receive
novice class licenses by the end of the summer.

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NEW YORK — Ambas-
sador Jeane J. Kirkpatrick,
America's permanent
representative to the-
United Nations, has been
designated the 1983 reci-
pient of Pioneer Women/
Naamat's prestigious Golda
Meir Human Relations
Award.

CHARLES STONE
Newly-elected board
members are: Robert Co-__
hen, Ron Rich, Marcy
Feldman, Jan Schatzman,
Cheryl Guyer, Michael
Schwartz, Geri Lester,
Eleanor Sugarman, Philip
Minkin, Joyce Weckstein,
The award will be pre - Edie Mittenthal and Alan
sented at the organization's Yost.
28th biennial convention in
Serving first term as
Baltimore, Oct. 16-19. The representative board mem-
UN diplomat will be cited bers are Carol Eisenshtadt
for her "outstanding contri- and Gerald Gerger, and
bution in bridging the gap serving as the Jewish Par-
between the United States ents Institute representa-
and Israel.", , _
tive is Larry Berg.

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