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September 21, 1984 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1984 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 424-8833

The Detroit Friends of Shaare Zedek Hospital

cordially invite you to attend the

ANNUAL DINNER

Tuesday, October. 23rd, 1984
6:00 p.m.
at Congregation Shaare Zedek



SHAARF ZUD.f.K

NIT:PICA L. CEN-U,R

The Kfar Silver Agricultural High School in Israel will be among the
beneficiaries of proceeds gained from the annual Balfour Celebration
sponsored by the Metro Detroit District, Zionist Organization of America.

in support of

The Jerusalem Pediatric Dialysis Unit



ZOA projects aided by concert

at the

New Shaare Zedek Medical Center

For information and reservations call Alex Roberg

968 0684 or 968-3288

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IS NOW
SOLE DISTRIBUTOR
IN THIS AREA
OF THE FAMOUS

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KOSHER CHOCOLATE
FACTORY

CANDY

Available In Pound and 1 Pound

Boxes For The Holidays

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Parve

Orchard Place Center, Orchard Lake Rd., south of 14 Mile • 855-0033

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Zionist Organization of Ameri-
ca's projects in Israel will be the
major beneficiaries of the 51st
annual Balfour Celebration of
Metro Detroit District ZOA, it
was announced by Max Sosin and
Dr. Lester Zeff, co-chairmen, and
Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman, chairman of
the Balfour Women's Committee.
The Balfour Celebration con-
cert is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at
Ford Auditorium. The concert
will feature concert pianist David
Syme, Claire Barry of The Barry
Sisters and actor, singer, come-
dian and TV personality, Mike
Burstyn. Mack Pitt and his Or-
chestra will provide the music.
Proceeds from the Balfour Cel-
ebration will benefit ZOA's Kfar
Silver campus, near Ashkelon, Is-
rael, a modern 520-acre educa-

tional complex, housing six aca-
demic and vocational institutions:
The Science and Agriculture
School, the Sylvia and Alexander
Hassan Technical HIgh School,
an aviatidn high school, the
American High. School Program,
a nursing school, a junior high
school and the David and Lillian
Stern American-Israel Youth In-
stitute.
The ZOA House in Tel Aviv, re-
cently augmented by the Ivan J.
Novick Institute for Diaspora-
Israel Relations, will also be
aided. Another beneficiary will be
the Masada Israel Summer Pro-
gram, which this year enlisted
over 600 participants from
throughout the country and is
ranked as the second largest such
program in the United States.

Jane Sherman to direct local
U.S.-Israel business group

At the initial meeting of the
newly established American-
Israel Chamber of Commerce and
Industry, Inc. of Metropolitan De-
troit, Jane Sherman was chosen
as its first president.
To serve on the executive board
with her are: Jack Zwick and
Norman Pappas, vice presidents;
Peter Alter, secretary; James Saf-
ran, treasurer. The board of direc-
tors includes: David Hermelin,
Jan Shatzman, Steve Grand, Fred
Ferber, Robert Shapiro, Morton
Feldman, Emery Klein, Ben
Nathan, Paul Zuckerman, Uri
Zachor, Alex Blumenberg, Mitch-
ell Ribitwer, Israel Tal and Max-
Sheldon.Mrs. Sherman reported
that many prominent local
businessmen and professionals as
well as significant companies are
already listed as founding mem-
bers of the Metropolitan Detroit
Chamber but emphasized that the
chamber is seeking additional
membership.

The objectives of the Chamber
according to Mrs. Sherman are:
• To establish close cons act be-

Jane Sherman

tween businesspeople and profes-
sionals of the United States and
their counterparts in Israel,
• To encourage investment in
new and existing industries in Is-
rael,
• To acquire, preserve and dis-
seminate valuable business,
commercial and industrial infor-
mation about both. the United
States anc. Israel for the mutual
benefit of both nations, and
• To promote the exchange of

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