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August 09, 1985 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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10 Friday, August 9, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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tive Division and was co-
chairman of the Campaign 1980.
He has served on the board of
the Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop and
is a member of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group and Federation's
Community Services Division.
A member of Federation's
Executive Committee, Sherman
is national vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and na-
tional UJA Project Renewal
chairman. Active in Federation's
Women's Division, she has
served as president and Cam-
paign chairman. Sherman is on
the hoards of United Jewish

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Charities, Federation's Comm
nity Services Division and th
Women's Division.
A member of Federation
Board of Governors, Colten is
former pre-Campaign chairma
and former chairman of th
Industrial and Auomotive Di
vision. He has also served o
the board of United Jewis
Charities.
Dr. Siegel is a former chair
man of both the Professiona
Health Division and its Medica
Physicians Section. He has als
served on Federation's Commu
nity Services budgeting and
planning division.

NCCJ To Study Attitudes
Of Three Religious Faiths

Staff Report

The attitudes of Detroit area
Jews, Christians and Moslems
toward each other and
friendship-building between
these groups will be the goal of
a $20,000 study by the Greater
Detroit Round Table of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians
and Jews.
Wayne State University, the
University of Detroit and
Marygrove College have all ex-
pressed interest in helping the
Round Table conduct its re-
search.
Robert Arcand, Round Table
executive director, told The
Jewish News that sessions are
being planned for groups of
nine-to-15 persons who are
either laymen in the community
or leaders and clergy, "Our
whole purpose is to mix the
religious groups together, to
have them talking to each other
over a period of time."
Arcand said the Round Table
is aiming at "confronting future

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Brandeis Women
To Have Book Sale

Greater Detroit Chapter,
Brandeis University National
Women's Committee, will have
its 24th annual used book sale
Aug. 21-28 at the Tel-12 Mall.
A preview will be at 9;30 p.m.
Aug. 21, and there is an admis-
sion charge, There is no admis-
sion charge for the rest of the
sale days,

Advance tickets for the pre-
view will be available from
Brandeis women members at
the mall on the day of the pre-
view,
Overseeing this year's book
sale are; Shirley Weiner, set-up
and layout; Helen Lipton, Bar-
bare Mellon, Beverly Baker And
Ilene Crane,
personnel;
Josephine Mellon, then Rubin
and Peggy Simon, mailing;
Thelma Diamond and President
Florence Finkelstein, break-
down; and Virginia Hoffman,
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issues and problems as friends,
rather than adversaries."
The effort is being aided by a
$20,000 grant from the William
R. Hearst Foundation in New
York. The study of attitudes and
the dialogues parallel research
done in 1978 for the national
NCCJ by Louis Harris and
Associates.
Arcand expects the research
and dialogues to commence by
November and plans to have a
university symposium at the
end of one year to summarize
the results,

Train Kills 5

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Three adult
members of the Behor family of
Moshav Tirat Yehuda and two
adult relatives of the Hine' fam-
ily of Moshav Bareket were kil-
led in a car-train crash at a
railroad crossing near Bareket
last Friday.
Unlike the Moshav Habonim
crossing where 22 people, in-
cluding 19 children, were killed
in a bus-rail collision last
month, the Bareket crossing has
warning lights and a bell. Rail
officials and local residents say
the signals worked properly at
the time of the crash,

To Work
With Nobrow U.

Jerusalem
A three-year
proposal by the Hebrew Univer-
sity of Jerusalem to develop
computerized
working
environment* at the university
has been chosen for implemen•
totion by IBM of howl,
The university will work



cooperatively with IBM reeear,
chere to explore and develop in-
novotIvo mop of oompiltora for
administration, to thug and re-
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