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June 22, 1984 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-22

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64 Friday, June 22, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Toledo businessman to receive
Israel Bond Jerusalem award

75% OFF

4 DAYS ONLY

Thursday, June 21-Sunday, June 24
All Traditional Stock
And The Bankrupt Inventory of
"LET THERE BE LIGHT"

Including Contemporary Stock

KOVACS • KOCH & LOWY • MAZZEGA
• LUXO
Being Sold at Cost and Below

LAMP SHACK

851-5777

6682 Orchard Lake Road
West Bloomfield Plaza
1 /8 Mile S. of Maple

Thurs. 10-8 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 10-5:30 p.m.
Sunday 12-4 p.m.

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From Russia With

SONG and DANCE

Jewish Songs Included



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On their way to
Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and Greece

THE ENSEMBLE OF
INTERNATIONAL SONGS AND DANCES

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will perform in the City of Southfield

SUNDAY, JULY 1st, 8 P.M.

at United Hebrew Schools,

21550 W. Twelve Mile fld.
Between Evergreen and Lahser

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Leo Goldner, a Toledo
business and communal
leader, will be the guest of
honor at an Israel Bond
Tribute Dinner sponsored
by The Temple, Cong.
Shomer Emunim, in Syl-
vania, Ohio, at 6:30 p.m.
July 11 in the temple social
hall. Goldner will receive
the State of Israel's
"Jerusalem City of Peace"
Award in recognition of his
lifetime service to the com-
munity and the State of Is-
rael."
Born in Toledo, Goldner
was graduated from Offi-
cers Candidate School, Fort
Benning, Ga., as a second
lieutenant. He served in the
liberating forces in the
Philippine Islands. During
the war he was in charge of
entertainment for the
entire Western Pacific area.
He also taught hand-to-
hand combat to Merrill's
Maurauders.
Goldner has been in the
steel business in Toledo, as
president of Parker Steel
Co., for the past 37 years. He
was selected as "Steel Man
of the Year" in 1967 by the
Association of Steel Dis-
tributors. The same organ-
ization has given him its
Outstanding Service
Awards for the years, 1976,
1977, 1978, 197 9, 1983. He
is on the national board of
Myasthenia Gravis Found-
ation, board of Darlington
House and Pelham Manor; a
32nd degree Mason,
Damascus Lodge; and a
member of the American
Society of Clinical Hyp-
notists; Toledo Museum of
Art; Toledo Symphony and
Old Newsboys Goodfellow
Association. He is a 40-year
member of the Order of Mer-
lin for Magic of the Interna-
tional Brotherhood of Magi-
cians.
Goldner has been chair-
man of the Toledo Israel
Bond Campaign for the past
four years. He is a member
of the President's Club of Is-
rael Bonds. He also is a past
co-chairman of Temple
Shomer Emunim Couples
Club and past board
member of the temple.
At the tribute dinner,
special guest speaker will
be Dr. William Korey, di-
rector of policy research for
the International Council of
B'nai B'rith.
Dr. Korey is a leading na-
tional and international
authority on Soviet Jewish
affairs and global human
rights.
He was graduated from
the Russian Institute of
Columbia University,
where he earned advanced
degrees in history and in-
ternational relations.
Among the numerous
academic honors he re-
ceived are the Carnegie Re-
search Grant and the Ford
Foundation Fellowship. Dr.
Korey served as guest

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scholar at the Woodrow
Wilson International Cen-
ter for Scholars.
He is a member of the Fa-
culty at City College of New
York and Columbia Uni-
versity and later served as
visiting professor at Brook-
lyn College and Yeshiva
University.

In May 1960, Dr. Korey
became director of the B'nai
B'rith United Nations
Office and represented
B'nai B'rith and the Coor-
dinating Board of Jewish

Organizations at the United
Nations.
In November-December
1980, he attended the Mad-
rid Conference of the Hel-
sinki Final Act signatories,
lobbying on behalf of B'nai
B'rith and world Jewry. Re-
cently, his study of "Hel-
sinki and Human Rights"
was published by the
Foreign Policy Association.
For tribute dinner reser-
vations and information,
call the temple in Toledo,
885-3341; or Israel Bonds,
557-2900.

Lawrence Jackier wins UJA
national missions position

Detroiter Lawrence S.
Jackier has been named
United Jewish Appeal na-
tional missions chairman, it
was announced by UJA
Chairman Alexander
Grass.
Jackier will assume re-
sponsibility for an extensive
national program of mis-
sions to Israel and other
countries overseas.
A member of the Jewish
Welfare Federation's execu-
tive committee and chair-
man of its national and
community relations agen-
cies budgeting and plan-
ning division, Jackier has
played a major role on both
the local and national scene.
He is a national UJA vice
chairman and a former
chairman of the UJA Young
Leadership Cabinet. Jac-
kier has led a number of
fact-finding missions to the
Soviet Union, Eastern
Europe, Ethiopia, Lebanon
and•Israel.
A member of Federation's
Allied Jewish Campaign
management committee
and a former chairman of
the Campaign's profes-

Lawrence Jackier

sional service division, Jac-
kier co-chairs the Project
Renewal committee. He is a
former co-chairman of the
Jewish Community Coun-
cil's Soviet Jewry Commit-
tee, and currently-serves as
vice president of the
Holocaust Memorial Cen-
ter, in addition to serving on
the Jewish Community
Center's executive commit-
tee.
Jackier is a member of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.



JCCouncil forum Monday

Berl Falbaum, assistant the impact of the media on
vice president for corporate public opinion.
communications at Perry
Featured speakers on the
Drugs and a veteran politi- program are Mary Leonard
cal journalist, will moderate of the Detroit News Wash-
a community forum on "The ington Bureau and James
Media and the Middle East" McCartney of the Detroit
to be presented by the Free Press Washington
Jewish Community Council staff. Both recently re-
on Monday at 8 p.m. at turned from a three-week
Temple Emanu-El.
tour for American jour-
nalists ,f(o Jordan, ,Saudi
A former political re- Arabia', (Israel, Syria and
porter for The Detroit News, Egypt.
Falbaum served ' as
speechwriter and political
Following their presenta-
adviser to Michigan's tion, Falbaum will moder-
lieutenant governor. He is a ate a question-answer ses-
part-time journalism in- sion.
structor at two state univer-
For information, contact
sities and has spoken fre- the Jewish Community
quently to organizations on Council, 962-1880.

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