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September 19, 1986 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-19

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ary composers have also been
performed.
Many years ago, Zukerman
captured the attention of Isaac
Stern and Pablo Casals in Is-
rael as part of a musical dele-
gation. The following year,
with support from the
America-Israel Cultural
Foundation and scholarships
from Juilliard and the Helena
Rubinstein Foundation,
Zukerman came to New York
to study with Ivan Galamian at
the Juilliard School. Stern con-
tinued to watch over Zuker-
man, and shared his musical
expertise with him.
In 1967, at 19, Zukerman
won first prize in the 25th
Leventritt International
Competition.

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Co-Chairmen of the dinner-
concert are Paul Borman and
David Hermelin. Honorary
Chairman is Gov. James J.
Blanchard.
For information, call Michi-
gan Lubavitch Foundation,
626-7023 or 548-2666.

Labor Unit Cites
Cohan, Sheffield

The Jewish Labor Commit-
tee of Michigan will present
its annual Labor Human
Rights Award at 8 p.m. Sept.
29 at the home of Mrs. Irwin
I. Cohn, 3235 Interlaken,
West Bloomfield.
The recipients of this year's
awards are Horace L. Shef-
field and Leon S. Cohan.
Cohan is vice president of
legal affairs at Detroit Edison
and former deputy attorney
general for the state of
Michigan. He is president of
the Jewish Community
Council of Metropolitan De-
troit.
Sheffield is the retired ad-
ministrative assistant to ,
former UAW president Doug-
las Fraser. He is chairman of
the board of Detroit General
Hospital and is host of a
weekly television show on
Ch. 2.
The Jewish Labor Commit-
tee has a long history as a
bridge between organized
labor and the Jewish com-
munity. The JLC marshals
support within the Jewish
community for free trade
unions, economic justice and
the social goals of the labor
movement. It also mobilizes
the resources of the American
labor movement in support of
Israel, Soviet Jewry and
other causes of Jewish inter-
est.
The Advisory Council of
the Michigan JLC includes
Mayor Coleman Young, Sam
Fishman, Doug Fraser,
Mildred Jeffrey, Odessa
Komer, Marc Stepp and Tom
Turner. Federal District
Judge Avern Cohn is chair-
man of the event.
For ticket information, call
Selma Goode, executive direc-
tor of JLC, 964-2013, or JLC
chairperson Norma Shifrin,
531-2032.

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