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August 05, 1983 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-05

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38 Friday, August 5, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fresh Air Elects Maddin

( Activities in Society

Mandell Berman of De-
troit and Michael Pelavin

COMING.
SOON!

A new girl
in town.

of Flint attended the third
annual Institute for Distin-
guished Leaders at Bran-
deis University last month.

* * *

Former Detroiters Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Fried-
man of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla., were in town recently
to visit their children,
grandchildren, relatives
and friends. The Friedmans
were on hand when
grandson, Shawn Lavetter's
Little League baseball
team, the Panthers, won the
Southfield city cham-
pionship.

Michael Maddin was
elected president of the
Fresh Air Society at the
organization's recent 82nd
annual meeting at the But-
zel Conference Center.
Other officers include Dr.
Richard Krugel, vice
president, secretary Rhoda
Medow and treasurer

Jonathan Haber.
Dedications were made
for the Irving and Sara
Mahler Guest House, Melba
and Sidney Winer Dance
Studio, the Marc Kunin
Memorial Sports Fund and
the Sydney Phillips Memo-
rial Fund for handicapped
campers.

Youth Drive

TEL AVIV — Magen
David Adorn (MDA), Is-
rael's emergency medical
service, has launched a
campaign to expand the
enrollment of teenagers in
its youth volunteer program
this summer.

Israelis a Hit

BONN (JTA) — The Is-
raeli dance ensemble
"Shalom 83" is on a tour of
West Germany and won
rave reviews in its first ap-
pearance in an open air in-
ternational dance and folk
song festival in Munich.

94reopite 9aeopd

* * *

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Rockind, left, and Lorin Lozen at the new computer
center at Camp Maas. Campers can elect a course in
computers as part of their general camping experi-
ence.

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Council Booth at State Fair

David Gubow and Gail
Reichstein are co-chairing a
committee planning a
Jewish Community Council
exhibit at the 1983 Michi-
gan State Fair.
Located in the Whitehall
Building at the State Fair-
grounds Aug. 26-Sept. 5, the
Council exhibit will provide
fairgoers with general in-
formation on Detroit's
Jewish community as well
as on Council activities in-
cluding the Detroit Soviet
Jewry Committee.
Each day, a Council
member organization
will provide eight volun-

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and will display the
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Organizations scheduled
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Women's American ORT,
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Briefs

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* * *
Seymour M. Israel of
Southfield received a dis-
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the annual meeting of the
Michigan Association of
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