Friday, February 1, 1985
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Israeli Attorney Moshe Meron
To Be DZF Scholar-In-Residence
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the board of directors of the Knes-
set's Association for Parliamen-
He previously was a member of
the Knesset, deputy speaker and
chairman of the House committee
and member of the law, economic
affairs and sports committees. He
also chaired the Israel-German
Parliamentary group in the
For ten years, 1967 to 1977,
Meron was the voluntary deputy
mayor of Ramat Gan. He served
with the Israel Defense Forces
(Air Force) and is a member of the
Israel Bar in private practice.
His other affiliations include
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Israeli attorney Moshe L.
Meron will be the Detroit Zionist
Federation's 1985 scholar-in-
residence. He will be in Detroit to
speak to Jewish organizations
from March 18 to April 1.
Among the topics he will speak
on are: The Knesset in Israel,
Municipal Problems, Economics,
Ways of Life, Political Problems,
Israel and Its Arab Neighbors,
Law and Order — The Israel Way
of Thought, Aspects for the Young
in Israel, Foreign Policy: New
Views and A Lawyer's View on
Life in Israel.
Born in Germany, Meron holds
degrees in law from Israel and the
University of London. In 1984, he
was the president of the Israel-
Austrian Association. From 1981
to the present, Meron has sat on
Has New Officers
Zoltan Rubin was elected
president of the Michigan Branch
of the Israel Cancer Association
(ICA) at its January meeting.
Elected with Rubin were: Alex
Greenberger, Alex Karp and
Sigmunt Rubin, vice presidents;
Henry Kupfer, treasurer; Max
Drew and Mary Papo, secretaries;
Ann Eisenberg, Judith Grinbaum
and Bert Dan, trustees.
Board members are Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Adelsberg, Jerome
Soble, Art Schnitzler, Irving Nus-
baum, Eric Rosenow, Emerich
Weiss, Cantor and Mrs. Louis
Klein, Clara Dan, Sally Drew,
Eugene Eisenberg, Regina Feuer,
Dr. Emerich Grinbaum, Anna
Greenberger, Harry Gunsberg,
Gabriela Karp, Rose Katz, Agi
Rubin, Stefa Kupfer, Hadassah
Rubin. Dr. Arthur Feuer is hon-
Mrs. Eisenberg, past president,
reported that the Nov. 11 fund-
raising dinner produced $20,000
which has been forwarded to the
ICA in Tel Aviv, as a partial pay-
ment for the pledged three-bed
ward at the Rambam Oncology
Hospital in Haifa, and the three-
bed ward at the Beilinson Cancer
Hospital in Petach Tikvah.
The Michigan Branch has
supplied an endoscope to the
Afula Hospital and has paid for
two rooms at the Ichilov Hospital
in Tel Aviv at a cost of $60,000.
The officers will be installed at
the Purim dinner-dance to be held
on March 10 at Temple Emanu-el.
the Israel Junior Chamber of
Commerce, Jaycees, Liberal party
Executive, Maccabi Ramat Gan,
Israel Soldiers Welfare Organiza-
tion and B'nai B'rith.
Begun in 1972, the scholar-in-
residence program is sponsored by
the American Zionist Federation
and the American Zionist Youth
Alfreda Natowicz is the chair-
man of the DZF scholar-in-
residence program. Norman
Naimark is the DZF president.
To schedule Meron, call Ms.
Natowicz, 851-9730; Henry
Faigin, 356-7119; or Naimark,
Art Exhibit At Main Center
The Jewish Community Center
will present an exhibit of Israeli
and Jewish artists Feb. 16
through March 6 in the Ham-
burger Exhibition Hall of the
The show and sale features
watercolors and prints by Agam,
Gat, Kopelman, Rosenstein,
Day Camp Prelude
A day camp winter ex-
travaganza will be presented Feb.
17 at 3:30 p.m. at the main Jewish
As a preview to summer camp
1985, a series of family activities
are planned. Parents will have an
opportunity to meet the day camp
directors, tour the camps' updated
facilities, and learn about the
many camp programs that are of-
fered for participants aged 3 to 15.
For children, there will be
games, refreshments, hayrides,
campfires and rollerskating.
Children will be grouped accord-
ing to age for the day's activities.
Parents and children should
dress for both indoor and outdoor
events. Special savings will be
available for campers who are
registered before May 1. All who
sign up for summer camp 1985 at
the winter extravaganza will re-
ceive a card for one free camp
To attend the day camp winter
extravaganza, pre-register by
Feb. 15 at the Day Camp Office,
661-1000 ext. 115. Camp applica-
tions are also available through
the day camp office. There is an
For Senior Adults
The senior adult department of
the Jewish Community Center
will present a nutrition lecture at
1 p.m. Feb. 8 in the assembly hall
of the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch. Cathy Muzham of Blue
Cross and Blue Shield will be the
All senior adults are invited
free of charge. The project is sup-
ported by a grant from the Area
Agency on Aging, 1-B.
For information, call Judy
Samson at the Morris Branch,
Ruth, Tobiasse, Ebgi, Gertsein,
Krajanski, Rosenthalis, Sharir,
Weil and many others.
Danielle Peleg, a native Israeli,
former Detroiter now living in
Houston is the coordinator of the
show and sale.
A reception will be held at 7:30
p.m. Feb. 16 at the main Center.
The public is invited.
Currently in the Hamburger
Exhibition Hall of the main build-
ing are photos of Holocaust Sur-
vivors by Marianne Sachs. The
exhibit will run through Feb. 13.
It is entitled "Faces of Survival."
Senior Adults To Have
Book Review Talk
The senior adult department of
the Jewish Community Center
announces its book review-
discussion group will meet at 10
a.m. Wednesday in the library of
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Nanette Kapustin will review
Justice on Trial — The Case of
Louis D. Brandeis.
All seniors are invited free of
charge. For information, call Judy
Blustein at the Morris Branch,
For Shabbat Program
To help welcome the Sabbath,
the Jimmy Prentis Morris Branch
will soon initiate a pre-Oneg
Persons who play an instru-
ment, or sing and would like to
spend a half hour on Fridays lead-
ing a sing-a-long or activity
should contact Judy Blustein,
Group For Diabetics
A free class for diabetics and
their families will be offered 7
p.m. Feb. 22 at William Beaum-
ont Hospital in Royal Oak.
Also, the hospital's support
group for diabetics will meet 7
p.m. Tuesday. The group is open
to diabetics 17 and older and fam-
ily members or support persons.
For information on the class or
the support group, call the hospi-