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June 07, 1985 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-06-07

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Friday, June 7, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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LOCAL NEWS

Sachar Is JNF Speaker

When the Jewish National
Fund honors Irving and Flor-
ence Hermelin at a testimonial
dinner on June 19, the event
will mark the 22nd anniversary
of the first JNF-Detroit spon-
sored testimonial, announced
Franklin J. Ellias, president.
The festivities, which include
dinner and the dedication of a
major project in Israel in the
honorees' names, began in 1963
when the late Mr. Abe Kasle
was honored.
The Hermelins will receive
the Keter Shem Tov "Crown of
Good Name" Award and will
also have a JNF recreational
project in Israel named in their
honor.
The Hermelins' project is the
latest in the list of JNF projects
established by Detroiters. Prev-
ious testimonial honorees are:
Bernard Isaacs (1965), Leonard
N. Simons (1966), Louis Berry
(1967), Paul Zuckerman (1968),
Irwin I. Cohn (1969), Philip
Slomovitz (1970), Mrs. Morris
Adler (1971), Dr. William Haber
(1972), Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome
Hauser (1973), Mr. and Mrs.
Morris J. Brandwine (1974), Mr.
and Mrs. Max Stollman and
Phillip Stollman (1975), Mr. and
Mrs. Max Shaye (1976), Mr. and
Mrs. David P. Zack (1977), MR.
and Mrs. Charles Milan (1978),
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jackier
(1979), Dr. and Mrs. Harold T.
Shapiro (1980), Mr. and Mrs.
David Handleman (1981), Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Laker (1982),
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Winkel-
man (1983) and Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Allan (1984).
The guest speaker for the
'evening will be Dr. Howard M.
Sachar, educator, author, histo-
rian and professor. Dr: Sachar
received his undergraduate edu-
cation at Swarthmore College
and holds graduate degrees from
Harvard.
He has taught extensively in
the fields of Modern European,
Jewish and Middle Eastern his-
tory, and lived in the Middle
East for six years, two of them
on fellowship, the rest as direc-
tor of Brandeis University's
Hiatt Institute in Jerusalem.
He has contributed to many
scholarly journals and is the
author of eight books: The
Course of Modern Jethish His-

Howard M. Sachar

tory, Aliyah, From the Ends of
the Earth, The Emergence of the
Middle East, Europe Leaves the
Middle East, A History of Israel,
The Man on the Camel and
Egypt and Israel. His volume,
Diaspora, has just been pub-
lished.
Based in Washington, D.C.,
where he is a professor of his-
tory at George Washington Uni-
versity, Dr. Sachar is a consul-
tant and lecturer on Middle
Eastern affairs for numerous
government bodies, and also
guest lectures widely at univer-
sities and other forums through-
out the United States and
abroad. He has been a visiting
professor both at the University
of Tel Aviv and at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
For reservations and informa-
tion, call the JNF office, 557-
6644.

Corrections

The advertisement for the
Jewish Family Service-
Resettlement Service in last
week's Jewish News should
have said that the annual
meeting will take place
Wednesday, June 12, at
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel
Moses.

Fran Saiwin was misin-
dentified in an item appear-
ing in last week's Jewish
News. The Jewish News re-
grets the error.

Sculptural jewelry by Theodore Striewski will be among the art
items displayed at Applegate Square's Art in the Square show and
sale June 14 and 15. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

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