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March 13, 1987 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-13

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remote control to your present TV.
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all such coupons. General: Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted. Coupon may
not be transferred, assigned or reproduced. Cash value 1/20e. Mail coupon to:
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Friday, March 13, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16600 303222

Fund Cites Ex-Detroiters

In honor of special birthday
anniversaries, the children
and grandchildren of former
Detroiters Anne and Bernard
Panush of Clearwater, Fla.,
have established the Anne
and Bernard Panush Fund to
support Judaic scholarship
and teaching at the Univer-
sity of Florida, Gainesville,
through the university's Cen-
ter for Jewish Studies. The
Panushes retired to Clearwa-
ter in 1976.
Both Panushes have been
active in Jewish and com-
munal affairs since their col-
lege days. They are life
members of the Michigan
Jewish Historical Society,
which Mrs. Panush served as
secretary. Both were actively
engaged in Cong. Beth Aaron
and Beth Achim in Detroit,
where Panush served as
school director and Mrs. Pa-
nush as teaching coordinator.
Both were involved in De-
troit community affairs: Pa-
nush as president of the Met-
ropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith
Council, vice chairman of the
Jewish Community Council,
and board member of the
Anti-Defamation League; and
Mrs. Panush, a Hadassah life
member, was involved with
Hadassah educational activi-
ties and synagogue sisterhood
functions. She was also a
part-time teacher for the
United Hebrew Schools.
Since moving to Clearwa-
ter, Panush has been a board
member of the Jewish Feder-
ation, past president of Cong.
Beth Shalom past president
of Pinellas Mental Health
Association and a board
member of Clearwater Public
Library.

Mrs. Panush is actively
engaged in sisterhood educa-
tional activities, teaches He-
brew for the sisterhood
W.I.L.L. program and serves
on the Hadassah Israel Edu-
cational Service Committee.
Both are active in the Golda
Meir Center educational pr-
ogram and in Judaica library
work.
The Panush children are
Rena and Richard Panush
and children of Gainesville,
and Ellen and Julian Zelenko
and children of Rehovot, Is-
rael.

Levy Appointed
To District Court

Gov. James Blanchard has
appointed Bryan H. Levy as
new judge of Southfield's
46th District Court. Judge
Levy assumes the seat vac-
ated by Judge Jessica Cooper,
who won election to Oakland
County Circuit Court in No-
vember.
Judge Levy served as a
volunteer hearing officer for
46th District Court and its
alternative small claims reso-
lution program.
A Beverly Hills resident,
Judge Levy was graduated
from the University of De-
troit School of Law in 1975
and received his under-
graduate degree from the
University of Michigan in
1972.
He is admitted to practice
at the district, state and fed-
eral levels and has presented
cases at the State Supreme
Court, State Court of Appe-
als, Circuit Court and U.S.
Court of Appeals.

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