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April 20, 1984 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

64' Friday, April 20, 1984

LOCAL NEWS

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Norman, Esther Allan to be honored
at annual Jewish National Fund dinner

Norman and Esther
Allan will be honored by the
Jewish National Fund of
Greater Detroit at its an-
nual testimonial dinner at 6
p.m. June 20 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Born in Milwaukee, Wis.,
Allan culminated his edu-
cation by taking courses in
law at the LaSalle Institute
of Chicago, Ill., and profes-
sionally is a noted
gemologist and diamon-
tologist of national renown.
He served in the U.S. Navy
in World War II.
He has served as
president of Adat Shalom;
honorary chairman of the
Young Israel Council of
Metropolitan Detroit; vice
president of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund; honorary
chairman of the board of
Allan Towers, a senior citi-
zens housing project in De-

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Norman Allan

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Esther Allan

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For further information contact:

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League; Society of Fellows;
ORT School of Engineering
in Jerusalem; Torah
Umesorah and Men's Club
of Adat Shalom. National
Council of Young Israel pre-
sented him with its Shofar
Award. He also wis feted by
Boys Town of Jerusalem.
Mrs`. Allan is a concert
pianist, composer and
writer who was educated at
the London Royal Academy
of Music and the Scottish
National Academy of
Music. She has served as
staff pianist on a New York
radio station; has recorded
albums and has appeared on
television on several .occa-
sions. She is known for her
work with senior citizens.
Mrs, Allan has composed
classical andi5i5pular music.
Mrs. Allan is a board
member of Adat Shalom;
Greater Detroit Chapter of
City - of Hope; Jewish Na-
tional Fund Women's Di-
vision; State of Israel
Bonds; Music Study Club;
and the Michigan Federa-
tion of Music. She is also
actively involved with Bar-
Ilan University, Detroit
League of Jewish Women,
Detroit Musicians Union,
Friends of Hillel Day
School, Metropolitan Chap-

troit; chairman of the board
of Harrison Community
Hospital; chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond Corn-
mittee; vice president of
Hillel Day School; president
of Detroit Businessmen's
Group, City of Hope.
Allan also is the founder
of the Sally Allan Alexan-
der Beth Jacob School for
Girls; a founder of the Al-
bert Einstein College of
Medicine of Yeshiva Uni-
versity and the Norman and
Esther Allan Child Day
Care Center in Haifa, Is-
rael; and founder of the
Allan/Touro College in
Southfield.
He is actively identified
with Ben-Gurion Univer-
sity; Bar-Ilan University;
Technion; Weizmann Insti-
tute of Science; Hebrew
University; Touro College;
State of Israel Bonds;
NAACP; B'nai B'rith;
Shriners; Jewish War Vete-
rans; Oak Park Symphony;
Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra; B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation; Zionist Organ-
ization of America.
Allan has been honored
by the City of Hope with its
humanitarian award; has
received the "man of the
year" award from that same
organization; distinguished
service award and science
fellowship from Yeshiva
University; is a member of
the Prime Minister's Club of
Israel Bonds; awarded the
Mission of Mercy from
American Red Magen
David for Israel. He re-
ceived awards from B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation

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ter of Hadassah, Pisgah
Chapter of B'nai B'rith, sis-
terhood of Temple Beth El,
sisterhood of Temple Israel,
Women's American ORT,
United Hebrew Schools and
Magen David Adorn.
Mrs. Allan was the first
woman honoree of B'nai
B'rith Women's Council of
Metropolitan Detroit; re-
ceived the Merkaz
Hatzalah-Israel Division of
Committee for Furtherance
of Jewish Education and
Anti-Shmad, Faster Parent
Citation; Mission of Mercy
Award from Magen David
Adorn; special citation,
Women's Association of De-
troit Symphony Orchestra.
She was named as one of
the 20 outstanding women
of Detroit by Mayor Young
during the bicentennial.
She received the Pillars of
Courage Award from
Jewish National Fund and
is one of the first Women of
Valor, Women's Division,
State of Israel Bonds.
Mrs. Allan received a tes-
timonial from Boys Town of
Jerusalem and a humanita-
rian award from the Na-
tional Council of Young Is-
rael.
For dinner information,
contact the JNF, 557-6644.



Dr. Roskies will deliver
Moishe Haar lecture May 6

The Moishe Haar Memo-
rial Foundation will hold its
annual educational cultural
event sponsored by Detroit's
Sholem Aleichem Institute
in memory of the late
Moishe Haar at 7:30 p.m.
May 6 at the LaMed Au-
ditorium of the main United
Hebrew Schools building.
Mr. Haar was the director
of the institute for many
years. The institute is a sec-
ular Jewish cultural and
educational organization.
Dr. David Roskies will
speak on "The Shtetl in Fact
and Fiction." A native of
Montreal, Canada, he was
educated at Brandeis Uni-
versity where he received
his doctorate in 1975.
In 1971 he published
Night Words: A Midrash on
the Holocaust, and in 1975
he co-authored The Shtetl
Book: An Introduction to
East European Jewish Life
and Lore.
Dr. Roskies has taught
Yiddish literature at
Columbia and Yale Univer-
sities and is currently asso-
ciate professor of Jewish lit-
erature at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America.
He is a founder and editor
of Prooftexts: A Journal of
Jewish Literary History. His
Against the
book
Apocalypse: Responses to

Dr. David Roskies

Catastrophe in Modern
Jewish Culture will be pub-
lished by Harvard Univer-
sity Press in the spring.
The public is invited free
of charge.

Area group
seeks campers

The Shalom Campers
group is seeking interested
families for weekend camp-
ing trips. The group will
begin its 1984 season next
weekend at the Haas Lake
campground.
Interested participants
should call Ellie or Mary
Rosen, 855-0177.

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