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August 10, 1984 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

CIASSIME

For All
Your Needs

ZOA Executive to meet
Aug. 17-19 in Southfield

An assessment of the Is:
raeli elections ' and the
Jewish aspects of the
American Presidential
campaign, as well as panel
discussions on aliya, the
Falashas and the plight of
Soviet Jewry will highlight
the annual meeting of the
Zionist Organization of
America's National Execu-
tive Committee Aug. 17-19
at the Ramada Hotel in
Southfield.
The ZOA NEC will honor
Max Fisher with a tribute
luncheon at "the hotel Aug.
19, presenting him with the
Justice Louis D. Brandeis
Award. The luncheon will
be chaired by ZOA National
President Alleck A. Re-
snick.
The annual meeting will
open with an informal re-
ception and Oneg Shabbat
7:30 p.m. Aug. 17 and con-
tinue with sessions 8 p.m.
Aug. 18 at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center in Southfield
and at 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Aug. 19 at the hotel. Mem-
bers of the ZOA NEC will be
guests at the opening cere-
monies of the United States
Maccabi Youth Games Aug.
19.
Chairing the ZOA NEC
convention planning com-
mittee are: Anne Silver,
Johanna Eisenberg, Dr.
Lester Zeff, Norma T.
Hudosh, Barbara Robot-
nick, Sherwin Tukel, Dr.
Leon Warshay, Sidney

Brand, Dr. Jerome Kauf-
man and Ezekiel Leikin.
Irving Laker, Leonard
Herman, Louis Panush and
Sidney Silverman will serve
as honorary chairmen.
Also serving on the
planning-committee are:
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Baruch, Mrs. Sanford Ben-
nett, Harold Berry, Ken-
neth Bloom, Mitcheal
Bloom, Mr: and Mrs. Albert
J. Burke, Julian Cohen, Dr.
and Mrs. Alan Feldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L.
Field, Dr. and Mrs. Alex
Friedlaender, Dr: and Mrs.
Sidney Friedlaender, Rabbi
Irwin Groner, Mr. and Mrs.
James A. Hack, Dr. and
Mrs. Joel L Hamburger, Dr.
and Mrs. Maxwell Hoffman,
and Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman.
Also, Dr.Louis L. Kazdan,
Mrs. Irving Laker, Dr. and
Mrs. Theodore Mandell, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton S. Marwil,
Dr. Nathan H. Moss, Rabbi
David Nelson, Max Nosan-
chuk, Mrs. Louis Panush,
Seymour Rabotnick,
Leonard L. Radner, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Ring, Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Rosen-
baum, Mr. and Mrs. Sher-
man Shapiro, Max Sheldon,
Herzl B. Shur, Dr. I. Walter
Silver, Mr. and Mrs. Alan
Silverman, Mr. and Mrs.
Carmi Slomovitz, Philip
Slomovitz, Mrs. Max Sosin,
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, Dr.
Bernard Weston and Judge
and Mrs. Norman W. Feder.

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Jane Stern

Jane Stern, president of
Bar-Ilan University,
American Board of Over-
seers, will be the guest of
honor and, speaker at a
meeting of Detroit friends
and supporters of the uni-
versity Tuesday in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nus-
baum, announced Donald
Fox and Paul Zlotoff, gen-
eral chairmen.

.The meeting will be in
advance of the university's
annual dinner on Sept. 18 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek at
which Samuel Hechtman
will be honored and the
Hechtman Heroes Road
dedicated.

Mrs. Stern's appearance
will mark the beginning of
the public celebration of the
opening of Bar-Ilan's 30th
academic year. In addition
to her service as president of
the university's entire
American operation, she
also serves as a vice chair-
man of Bar-Ilan's Global
Board of Trustees, the first
woman to hold this position.
She has been involved in
the university's affairs at
all levels, and both she and
her husband Jerome have
been instrumental in the
development of its School of
Economics and Business.
Both Sterns hold honorary
doctorate degrees from
Bar-Ilan.
Mrs. Stern is a past na-
tional chairman of Women's
Division, State of Israel
Bonds, a position she held
for seven years. She is a
board member of the
American Friends of the Is-
rael Museum, the
American-Israel Cultural
Foundation, and the Man-
hattan Hebrew High
School. •
For information about
Bar-Ilan's activities, call
the university's office, 398-
7180.

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George Brooks
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Sheldon Yellen
,Caricaturists

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Loving Cup
Divertissement
Jay Valle •
Tim Hewitt & Feelings
Johnny Griffith
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Eric Harris

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ABZ Orchestra
Primos
Harry Teichert Strings
Raymon Carbone
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Mariachi Band
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MENTALIST_

"Where Flt Is Foremost"

Bar-Ilan U.S. board chief
to address Detroit friends

VENbY -

Friday, August 10, 1984 :L59

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Barry Jacobs, formerly of Jerome's Shoes
in Southfield will be opening his own store
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"See me for a
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