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May 03, 1985 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-05-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May '3, 185

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To: The Jewish News

FOR MEN

20300 Civic Center Dr.
Suite 240
Southfield, Mi. 48076-4138

Two Win Probus Awards

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Dr. John Bukowczyk

Two Wayne State University
professors have been named the
recipients of the 23rd Annual
Probus Club Awards for Aca-
demic Achievement.
They are: Dr. John J.
Bukowczyk, assistant professor in
the department of history, and Dr.
Leonid Makar-Limanov, associ-
ate professor in the department of
mathematics.
The awards, granted annually
to WSU faculty in the fields of the
humanities and natural sciences,
offer $1,000, without restrictions,
and Probus Club plaques of
recognition.
The committee of judges for the
awards included Probus Club
members Stuart Stone (chair-
man), Richard Grosberg, Elliot
Greenberg, Paul Lattin and Allan
Brotman, Oakland County Cir-
cuit Judges Alice Gilbert and
James Thorburn, and Michael
Freedman, news director of radio
station WCXI.
An authority in the field of
ethnic America, Dr. Bukowczyk
was one of the founders of
Preservation Detroit. He has also
contributed research to the
Poletown Archives Project and re-
? cently wrote a book on the history

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In loving memory of

DR. BENJAMIN
BRAND

WEI MT

western University and M.A. and
Ph.D. degrees at Harvard.
Dr. Makar-Limanov is a scholar
in fundamental mathematics re-
search who joined the WSU fa-
culty in 1981 after emigrating
from Russia. He is recognized in-
ternationally as a leader in the
mathematical area of algebra
called Ring Theory.
Dr.. Makar-Limanov has been
awarded a National Science
Foundation Research Grant as
well as a WSU Faculty Research
Award, both in recognition of his
important research in new fields
of mathematics. He holds M.S.
and Ph.D. degrees from the Uni-
versity of Moscow.
The Probus Club, which is
granting the awards, is an organ-
ization of Jewish professional
businessmen, established in 1939.
In addition to the annual WSU
awards, initiated to bring recog-
nition to the achievements of
younger faculty, the club contrib-
utes gifts and grants to individual
Detroit hospitals and charities.
The club has also provided finan-
cial assistance for the college edu-
cation of more than 100 students
and is currently sponsoring a Pro-
bus Apartment Club for the
Jewish Association for Retarded
Citizens, providing an opportu-
nity for independent living.

(May 5, 1984)

Forever in our hearts.
Sadly missed by wife, He-
len; daughter, Sydelle;
son-in-law, Arnold; and
grandchildren.

from

Acct. #
NAME
ADDRESS
CITY

In cherished memory of
our beloved mother and
grandmother

BECKY CAPLAN

STATF
enclose old label

Who left us May 5, 1949.
"Know that the care you
tenderly gave is returned
in our endless love!" Sadly
missed by your son and
daughter, Dr. B.B. Caplan
of Columbus, Ohio, and
Mrs. Nathan (Ann)
Feldman of North Miami,
Fla., and their families.

7IP

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In beautiful memory of
my beloved son

BARRY
GOLDMAN

Please allow 2 weeks

Effective Date

1

You left us on May 2,
1975. You are forever in my
heart and thoughts. I love
you and miss you very
much.

Mother

Israel Exports
Goose Liver

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel may
not be sending coals to Newcastle,
or selling refrigerators to the Es-
kimos, but it is exporting cheese
and goose liver to France.
Daniel Rouach, an interna-
tional business consultant and
new immigrant, says his first trial
consignment of 10 tons of kosher-
for-Passover Tnuva cheese is al-
ready being sold in France. He
plans to export pate de foie gras
(goose liver) shortly.
Rouach says the French are
very strict about cheese imports.
The two cheeses he is selling there
had to be re-named to distinguish
them from French-made parme-
san and roquefort. He said he
hopes Tnuva will be able to export
$150,000 worth of cheese this
year.
Until now, Israel exported raw
goose livers to France. French-
born Rouach has advised a local
goose slaughter-house how to
process the liver. It has hired a
French expert and bought special
machinery to produce the delicacy
for export.

In loving memory of be-
loved mother and
grandmother

IDA
MITZ

,

UNVEILINGS

OF COURSE NOT!

ROSE E. VIEDRAH

and

The Jewish News

GERTRUDE TAIT

Announces the unveil-
ing of monuments in their
memory at 10 a.m. Sunday,
May 12, at Hebrew Memo-
rial Park. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

visit your home or
that of a friend or
relative each week.

r

N

The Family
of the Late

L t

Chagall Exhibit

Philadelphia — The Philadel-
phia Museum of Art will host a
major retrospective of the works
of the late Marc Chagall from May
12 through July 7.
Two hundred paintings,
gouaches, etchings, stained glass
and theater designs held in public
and private collections through-
out the world will be displayed.

Who died May 8, 1955.
Never to be forgotten by
her children and
grandchildren.

are house calls
a thing of
the past??

To: The Jewish News
20300 Civic Center Dr., Suite 240
Southfield, Mi. 48076-4138

Dr. Leonid Makar-Limanov

of Polish-Americans for publica-
tion by the University of Indiana
Press.
In the area of teaching, Dr.
Bukowczyk has created several
courses at WSU related to the his-
tory of immigration, immigrant
groups and Polish America.
Dr. Bukowczyk joined WSU in
1980 after teaching at Boston Col-
lege and Connecticut College. He
earned his B.A. degree at North-

IN MEMORIAM

The Family
of the Late

EMMA PECK

Please send a year's gift subscription to:

NAME

and

SYLVIA COLLINS

ADDRESS

CITY

STATE

OCCASION:

FROM:
1 year - $21 — 2 years - $39 — Out of State - $23 — Foreign - $35

Enclosed $

ZIP

Announces the unveil-
ing of monuments in their
memory at 11:30 a.m. Sun-
day, May 12, at Nusach
H'Ari Cemetery. Rabbi
Schnipper will officiate.
Relatives and friends are
asked to attend.

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