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February 01, 1985 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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Friday, February 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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come and learn

Conversational Hebrew
"CHICK-CHOCK"

Distincthls Gilts from
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Bar-Ilan Has Fox, Zlotoff
As Its Detroit Chairman

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hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5

(Hebrew slang: quickly)

Time: Tues. evening 7:00-8:00 p.m.
Date: Jan. 29th thru March 19th, 1985
Location: Cong. Beth Tefilah Emanuel Tikva
24225 Greenfield Rd., Southfield
Instructor: Shaul Broner; experienced Hebrew teacher
Course Description: Ulpan, Beginners' Course in
Conversational Hebrew

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Paul Zlotoff

Donald Fox and Paul Zlotoff
have been reappointed general
chairmen for Bar-Ilan Univer-
sity's activities in Detroit, an-
nounces Phillip Stollman, honor-
ary, chairman of Bar-Ilan's Global
Board of Trustees.
In addition to his Bar-Ilan ac-
tivities, Fox is a director and a
member of the executive commit-
tees of the Jewish Community
Center and the United Hebrew
Schools. He has been active with
the Allied Jewish Campaign in a
number of capacities since 1964,
and has vigorously promoted the
causes of Israeli culture and
aliyah.
Before assuming the chairman-
ship, Zlotoff headed Bar-Ilan's
education committee for two
years. He is a board member of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's cul-
ture and education committee as
well as a past executive board
member of its Young Adults Di-

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LOCAL NEWS

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Information On Israel
Translated In Arabic

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The Jewish Community Coun-
cil Program Service and Informa-
tion Department has received in-
formation pamphlets from the Is-
raeli government which have
been translated into the Arabic
language.
Four of the pamphlets cover Is-
raeli history, geography, science,
and the kibbutz. One is a collec-
tion of Israeli—prose and poetry,
and one a collection of statistics
entitled Aspects of Israel.
The Arabic language pam-
phlets have been distributed loc-
ally to an Arab-Jewish dialogue
group, the Hillel Foundations at
Wayne State, Michigan State
University and University of
Michigan, several teachers in
area schools and to members of
the Sephardic community.
Individuals or organizations in-
terested in the materials may call
the program office, 352-6166.

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Walk For Israel
Committee Meets

A meeting for volunteers for the
Walk for Israel committee will
take place at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in
the board room of the main United
Hebrew Schools Building.
The annual 18-kilometer walk
will take place on June 2, spon-
sored by the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.

Donald Fox

vision and a Young Leadership
-co-chairman of the Council of
Jewish Federations General As-
sembly. He currently is a member
of the Allied Jewish Campaign's
Real Estate Division, State of Is-
rael Bonds Prime Ministers Club,
the board of the Anti-Defamation
League as well as AIPAC, B'nai
B'rith and Men's ORT.
For information about Bar-Ilan
University or its Detroit pro-
grams, call the university's local
office, 398-7180.

Temple Treasures
To Meet At Center

The Temple Treasures of Tem-
ple Israel and the Jewish Com-
munity Center will have a "brown
bagger" (bring your own lunch) at
12:30 p.m. Feb. 19 at the main
Jewish Community Center.
Dessert and beverages will be
provided and an added treat will
be an Israeli-produced musical
comedy film "Troupe," following
lunch. Everyone is invited and
there is a charge.
For reservations, call Temple
Israel, 661-5700; Burt Chassin,
968-3743 (evenings); or Rose
Weiss, 353-0987.

BNAI BRITH

ACCOUNTANTS UNIT an-

nounces its new officers are:
President, Michael Feldman; Vice
Presidents, Jay Brody, Gary
Leeman and Elliott Ring;
Secretaries, Jay Gerber and Lynn
Aleman; Financial Secretary and
Treasurer, Ralph Woronoff; Trus-
tees, Irwin Alpern, Marc Belsky,
Marc Carney, David Ceifetz,
Frederick Endelman, Gordon
Hollander, Milton Kaminsky,
Ronald Miller, Howard
Schreidell, Howard Schulist and
Ernest Turken. The installing
officers are Jim Grey and Larry
Hyman, past presidents of the
unit.

JWV

MORTON A. SILVERMAN-
DETROIT POST will meet at 10

a.m. Sunday in the Jewish War
Veterans Memorial Home. Break-
fast will be served at 9:30 a.m.

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