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August 30, 1985 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-30

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68 Friday, August 30, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS



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A "very shabbosdikeh"
Sabbath dinner is being
planned under the co-
chairmanship of Miriam and
Jack Shenkman. The eve-
ning will include Sabbath
songs and a traditional meal,
catered by Paul Kohn, who
also will oversee a special
Sabbath luncheon.
Tour guides will be on the
buses and on hand at the site
when delegates visit the
Holocaust Memorial Center.
Miriam and Fred Ferber are
overseeing the visit, plan-
ning to "make sure it is
meaningful." The couple has
arranged for Rabbi Charles
Rosenzveig, HMC director, to
greet the delegates and Sis-
ter Carol Rittner of Mercy
College, who is active in
Holocaust education, will be
a guest speaker. There also
will be a small ceremony,
which will include the sing-
ing of the El Moleh

Rachamim.

A special Israeli menu and
Israeli colors will highlight
the Sept. 7 dinner, according
to chairman D. ban Kahn.
He said an aim of the dinner
is to introduce the delegates
from all over North America.
Volunteers also have been
drafted to fill "survival bags"
for the delegates' comfort.
The bags include Band Aids,
crossword puzzles,. gum,
songsheets, aspirin and aspi-
rin coupons, lollipops, Israeli
candy and pre-moistened
hand towels.
Despite the obvious tasks
of the committees, their ul-
timate aim is to show that
Detroit is not such a bad
place after all, according to
Schubot and Mrs. Stollman.
"Detroit has had hard
times, and it doesn't have a
marvelous reputation for
safety. We want to impress
people how nice Detroit can
be," Mrs. Stollman said.
In addition, the conference
is about Israel, the promo-
tion of business for Israel
and its industrial develop-
ment, Schubot emphasized.
He said the conference will
focus on how important
Bonds are to Israel's de-
velopment and it will provide
delegates with a forum to
discuss the problems of rais-
ing investment dollars for
Bonds in their respective
cities.

Mrs. Stollman said she
hoped the conference will
produce a greater local later-
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