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May 29, 1987 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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Join the Jewish Historical Society of Michigan
at its Michigan Sesquicentennial and the
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LOCAL NEWS

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U.S. Constitutional Bicentennial Celebration

JEWISH ,
HISTORICAL ny attending its annual luncheon on

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Sunday, June 7 at 12 noon

in the Jewish Center, Maple-Drake, W. Bloomfield

Professor Harold Norris, of the Detroit College of Law
will speak on
"A Bicentennial Perspective:
Why the Constitution is so important to us."

Charge $13.00
For information call
Adele Staller at 557-8315
or
Evelyn Noveck at 661-1642

Reservations with check
enclosed may be sent to the

Jewish Historical Society
29699 Southfield Road
Suite 217
Southfield, Michigan 48076

Larry and Jane Sherman were honored at an Israeli Bonds
parlor Tuesday in advance of an international Ben-Gurion
Centennial tribute dinner Sunday in New York. Mrs. Sherman's
father, Max Fisher, presented the couple with a sculpture of
David Ben-Gurion at the parlor, which saw $6.9 million in
Israel Bond subscriptions.

Hillel Will Dedicate
New Facilities June 14

Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit will honor
the families and individuals
who participated as builders in
the school's recently completed
Capital Funds Campaign at a
June 14 dedication ceremony at
its Farmington Hills facility.
Many of the campaign's donors
will be honored individually
and a recently erected dedica-
tion wall will honor
participants.
A reception will follow the
10:30 a.m. ceremony.
William Davidson will be
honored for his leadership in
the naming of the school's new
wing as the William, Ethan
and Marla Davidson Wing.
Davidson's children, Ethan and
Marla, both attended Hillel.
Jean and Sam Frankel
dedicated the school's nor-
thwest wing.
Mike and Mary Must will be
cited for their gift of the
multipurpose room. Gustav and
Eva Berenholz dedicated the

school's Biblical studies area.
Other honorees are Mrs. Sig-
mund Rohlik, junior high
science laboratory; Mrs. Emma
Lazaroff Schaver, the Morris L.
Schaver Humanities Area; the
Schostak family, dedication
foyer; Judith and Stanley
Frankel, Lillian and Sam
Hechtman and Rochelle and
Lawrence Jackier, Edythe and
Joseph Jackier, the late Ben-
jamin Goldberg, and the late
Abe M. Weber, classrooms;
Beverly and Morris Baker,
science lecture area, and the
late Ben Teitel, computer room.
Gifts of a new greenhouse by
Diane and Sidney Lutz, stain-
ed glass windows by Dina and
Herman Brodsky, chai gifts by
Barbara and Irving Nusbaum,
Freida and Max Stollman, and
Phillip Stollman will also be
recognized.
The building expansion pro-
ject was completed late in 1986
and added 40 percent addi-
tional space to the school.

Grant Helped Students
Attend Auschwitz Event

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Friday, May 29, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A special grant from the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
its United Jewish Charities
enabled more than 500
students from Detroit's public
schools to attend the
"Auschwitz: A Crime Against
Mankind" exhibition at Wayne
State University, which ends
today.
Dr. Conrad L. Giles, president
of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, announced the grant,
which funded transportation to

the exhibition. Among those
who benefitted were 180 ninth
graders from the Martin
Luther King High School "M-
SAT" (accelerated program)
social studies classes.
Without the grant, many
Detroit students would have
been unable to attend. The
Jewish Community Council
worked with the schools in coor-
dinating.tours.
More than 50 other groups —
public and private schools,

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