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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIND IT

LOCAL NEWS

ar-Ilan dinner chairmen begin
tanning for 30th annual event

Donald Fox and Paul
lotoff, general chairmen,
ave announced that- key
ampaign and organization
ositions have been filled
or Bar-Ilan University's
rthcoming Detroit agtivi-
les.
The positions have been
ailed by Sharon Hart, ar-
angements; Jack Zwick,
ndowments; Sherman
hapiro, synagogue liaison;
acob Rosenthal, Windsor
hairman; Linda Lee, pub-
icity; Beverly Leuchter and
Ian Yost, new prospects;
nd Howard Tapper, educa-
ion.
These individuals have
een charged with organiz-
ng the university's annual
inner Sept. 18 at Cong.
haarey Zedek at which
amuel Hechtman will be
onored.
Bar-Ilan's Heroes Road, a
ystem of ramps and other
acilities proviing barrier-
ree access to the univer-
ity's handicapped war vet-
rans, will be dedicated in
echtman's honor and in
onor of the Detroit Jewish
ommunity. The dinner also
arks the opening of Bar-
Ian's 30th academic year.
Mrs. Hart has served as
ar-Ilan's arrangements
chairman since 1981. She
also is president of the
American Women for Bar-
lan.
Women's Division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign,
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Hillel Day School, the De-
roit Committee for Soviet
ewry, Jewish Family Serv-
ce and State of Israel Bonds
[are other organizations in
hich she has taken a major
eadership role.
Zwick is entering his sec-
nd year as Bar-Ilan's
ndowment chairman. He is
resident of the Jewish Na-
ional Fund, and has been
active with Akiva Hebrew
)ay School, the Jewish Wel-
are Federation and Youn
Israel of Southfield.
As synagogue liaison,
Shapiro will coordinate
Bar-Ilan's activities with
some 25 local synagogues
and temples, particularly
concerning the Bar-Ilan
Shabbat and publicity.
Shapiro is entering his sec-
mad year in this role. He has
Long been active with the
JNF, the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Adat
Shalom Synagogue and
Hillel Day School.
As publicity chairman,
Ars. Lee will coordinate all

SOCIETY

MAURICE BINKOW,
resident of the Detroit
;hapter, American Jewish
;ommittee, is among the
'articipants in a three-
;eneration mission to Is-
ael, sponsored by the M-,
;ommittee.

Friday, August 3, 1984

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publicity for the upcoming
dinner. She has been active
on behalf of Bar-Ilan for a
number of years, and cur-
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president - membership for
the American Women for
Bar-Ilan. She has been in-
volved for many years with
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and its agencies, as well
as with Women's Division of
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Mrs. Leuchter and Yost
are heading the university's
efforts to' attract new
sources of support, includ-
ing a special event designed
to attract totally new pros-
pects to Bar-Ilan. Leuchter
is on the steering committee
of the American Women for
Bar-Ilan and is active as

Yost

Tapper

well with Women's Division
of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, Hillel Day School,
and Young Israel of South-
field. Yost has been active
in Bar-Ilan's behalf for a
number of years. He is also
involved with the Jewish
Community Center, the De-
troit Committee for Soviet
Jewry, and Israel Indepen-
dence Day.

As education chairman,
Tapper will continue out-
reach efforts. Tapper is a
member of the National
Young Leadership Cabinet,
and is active with the Fresh
Air Society, the Jewish
Center, United. Hebrew
Schools, Cong. Beth Shalom
and the Varsity Club.

SINGLES

SINGLES OF OAK-
LAND COUNTY will high-
light their party at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday (correct date) at
Scandals in the Southfield
Ramada Inn with music,
dancing, snacks and prizes.
There is an admission fee.
Singles age 21 and over are
invited.

COMMUNITY NET-
WORK FOR JEWISH
SINGLES will continue its
drop-in softball games at
10:30 a.m. Sunday at
Brace-Lederle Field. Ad-
mission is free.
The CNJS is organizing a
bowling league for fall. A
special evening of bowling
is scheduled at 7 p.m. Aug.
26 at Ark Lanes West.
Three games of bowling will
be available at a reduced
fee. A meeting about the
league will follow. Re-
freshments will be served.


YOUNG JEWISH
ADULTS ASSOCIATION
will have a campfire Satur-
day, meeting at 7 p.m. at the
Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center for carpools.
There is a charge for non-
members. -
A general meeting will be

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held at 8:30 p.m. Monday at
the Morris Branch.
The group will go to the
Detroit Zoo on Aug. 12, me-
eing at 10 a.m at the Morris
Branch. There are admis-
sion and parking charges.
A bowl-a-thon for Muscu-
lar Dystrophy will be held
8:30 p.m. Aug. 18 at
Hartfield Lanes, Berkley.
There is a charge. Members
should pick up pledge sheets
before Aug. 10.
Reservation deadline is
Aug. 16 for the next YJAA
camping trip slated for Aug.
24-26. The group will go to
Sleeping Bear Dunes. There
is a charge.
A Putt Putt golf game is
scheduled for Aug. 15, meet-
ing at 6:30 p.m. at the Mor-
ris Branch.
A general informational
meeting will be held at 8:30
p.m. Aug. 27 at the Morris
Branch. .
For information about
any of the group's activities,
call Jane Sklar, 552-0265;
or Gail Nachman, 357-0241.
New officers are: Miss
Nachman*, president; Pam
Zweigel, vice president;
Murray Zeidman, trea-
surer; Jeff.Weiss, recording
secretary; Miss Sklar, social
chairman; and Sari Kaplan,
phOne ch'airman.

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