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October 28, 1983 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

58 Friday, October 28, 1983

Temple Plans Art Show

The ninth annual Bir-
mingham Temple Art
Show, featuring the works
of 50 artists, will be held

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noon-5 p.m. Nov. 6. There is
an admission charge.
New works in jewelry and
weaving will be displayed.
Everything from rag rugs
and baskets to ceramics,
calligraphy, photographs,
sculpture and stained glass
will be for sale.
The public is invited.

Federation Young Adults
Hold Orientation Meeting

On Campus

Steve Raimi, a Michigan
State University senior
from Oak Park, has won the
1983 Excellence in Liberty
Prize. Raimi received a
$500 award from the In-
stitute of Humane Studies,
a Libertarian foundation in
California, for the best term
paper submitted by an
undergraduate student
nationwide.

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Shown at the Young Adult Division's recent Lil-
lian Bernstein Lecture are, from left, Steven Harris,
his mother Viola Harris who is a professional actress,
Diane Ash and -Stacy Brodsky. Mrs. Harris, who ap-
peared in the films "Funny Girl" and "Funny Lady,"
told tales of Jewish humor.

The Young Adult Di-
vision of the Jewish Welfare
Federation is holding an
orientation meeting 7:30
p.m. Nov. 2 at the home of
Cathy Segel.

Talent Agency

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Johnny Chase
Wilmot
Jerry Fenby

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Shelby Lee
Eric Freudig man
Carl Ryding
George Brooks
Fascinating Rhythm
Sheldon Yellen
Caricaturists

.

Tom Ploeger
Bob Durant
Divertissement
Jay Valle
Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Johnny Griffith
Nate Rondell
Eric Harris

.. Rendezvous
ABZ Orchestra
Primos
Harry Teichert Strings
Gigue
Perfect 'Blend
Mariachi Band
Smiling Faces

The seminar is designed
to introduce participants to
the programs and goals of
the Young Adult Division.
The division's activities
combine fund-raising for
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign with social, cultural
and educational programs.
President of the Young
Adult Division is Julie
Borim. Chairman of the
orientation seminar is
Joel Lerman, who is as-
sisted by vice chairmen
Susan Edelman and War-
ren Hyams.
For information on the
Young Adult Division and
information on the seminar,
call Judith Swartz at Fed-
eration, 965-3939.

Rita Hauser to Address
Detroit AJCommittee Event

The Detroit Chapter,
American Jewish Commit-
tee, will present Rita
Hauser as its guest speaker
at a foreign affairs forum 8
p.m. Nov. 8 at the main
United Hebrew Schools.
"Washington and
Jerusalem: Perceptions of
U.S./Israel Relations" will
be the topic.
A national AJCommittee
vice president, Ms. Hauser
has served as an adviser to
the Reagan Administration
on foreign affairs and was a
member of the President's
"kitchen cabinet." A former
U.S. representative to the
UN and co-chairmen of
1976 Presidential debates,
she is widely recognized as
an expert on Middle East af-
fairs.
Ms. Hauser is -a
member of the New York
and American Bar Asso-
ciations and has served
on many committees of
each organization includ-
ing trustee of Harvard
Law School Association
of New York City, Inc.,
and • as director of

Candy Sought
for Needy Kids

. Mr. and Mrs. Lou (Joy)
Landau of Oak Park are
contiinuing their 24-year-
old project, "The Candy
Lady," by seeking donations
of excess Halloween candy
to be distributed to the boys
in the Maxey Boys Home.
Persons who have candy
to donate should drop it off
at Landau home, 24231
Gardner, Oak Park. The
Landaus will accept dona-
tions of candy through
Thanksgiving.

Investment Boss

NEW YORK — The Gov-
ernment of Israel Invest-
ment Authority has named
Elisha Shpigelman as its
U.S. managing director, re-
placing Avinoam Finkel-
man.

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Vranesh, also of Far-
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the daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Morton J. Wiener of High-
land Beach, Fla. The couple
is residing in Farmington
Hills.

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As USIA lec
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stralia and New Zealand.
She is also a member of the
Middle East Study Group of
the Brookings Institute.

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Nashville, Tenn. The couple
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