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October 31, 1986 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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ENTERTAINMENT?
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Kids Poster
Contest Begins

"We Are One: Partners for
Life — What Our Jewish
Community Means to Me" is
the theme of a children's
poster contest being spon-
sored by the Jewish Welfare
Federation and The Jewish
News in honor of Federation's
60th anniversary.
The competition will be
launched this weekend, when
volunteers present contest de-
tails and entry information to
students, age 5 to 18, in area
day and religious schools.
Youngsters do not have to be
enrolled in religious school to
enter the contest.
According to Michael
Feldman, chairman of the
contest with Margie Krasnick
and Robert Orley, partici-
pants will have until Dec. 15
to enter and winners will be
announced at Federation's
annual Super Sunday tele-
thon on Feb. 1. A grand prize
of $250 will be awarded for
the best of show and $50 U.S.
Savings Bonds will be pre-
sented to first place winners
in four age categories. Other
prizes will be awarded, and
winning entries will appear
in The Jewish News.
Margie Krasnick noted
that the cooperation of area
schools and the commitment
of dedicated workers will help
make the contest a success.
To date, volunteers for school
presentations include Gloria
Cohen, Jeff Aisen, William
LaKritz, Edie Mittenthal,
Robert H. Schwartz, Cyrille
Goode, Michael Serling,
Pearlena Bodzin, Geri Lester,
Susie Citrin, Cheryl Guyer,
Dr. Maurice Opperer, Arthur
Horwitz, Doreen Hermelin,
Anita Taylor, Warren
Hyams, Janet Levine, Dean
Gould, Marlene Moss, Alan
Yost and James and Ken Saf-
ran.
Information and a contest
entry form appears in this
issue of The Jewish News.

Tutu Plans
Israeli Trip

Tel Aviv — Archbishop
Desmond Tutu, who was the
1984 Nobel Peace Prize win-
ner for his campaign to end
apartheid in South Africa,
will be visiting Israel shortly,
as the guest of Israel's Inter-
national Center- for Peace.
The invitation was extended
by phone last week by
Knesset member Yossi Sand.
Said that Ilitu replied that
he was accepting the invita-
tion because it was extended
by an Israeli organization
which opposed apartheid and
carried out a public campaign
against that racist practice.
ititu, who visited New York
in 1984, praised the Jewish
people as "a light unto the na-
tions," but at the same time
expressed criticism of both
Israel and the Arab nations.

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STEPHEN COOPER WINS
PRIMARY FOR JUDGE

B'nai Brith Barristers Past
President and also the current
President of the Southfield Bar
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Cooper, wona strong first place
victory among the candidates
running to replace the retiring
Judge Reid on the 46th Dis-
trict Court.
Well known for his activities
in Jewish, legal and civic
organizations, Cooper has been
rated "Preferred" over his op-
ponent and "Well Qualified" by
Civic Searchlight and the Oak-
land Citizens' League. He is
endorsed by The Eccentric.
Cooper was educated at
Brandeis University and
Wayne State University. He
taught High School for a year
outside of Jerusalem while a
member of the Student Zionist
Organization.
Steve Cooper has taught He-
brew and Jewish History and
has been involved in youth
group leadership at several
local synagogues including:
B'nai David, Shaarey Zedek,
Temple Israel, Temple Beth-El
and Adat Shalom. He is active

in the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and was selected for their
"Hadracha" leadership group
this year. He serves on the
Board of the Anti-Defamation
League and has assisted in
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versity, the Youth-Services
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