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September 11, 1987 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-11

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The heroic saga of Aliyah
Bet, which brought some
32,000 survivors of the
Holocaust to Palestine on
rickety ships manned by
American volunteers just
prior to the establishment of
Israel will be the theme of the
next session of the Einstein'
Luncheon Forum, it was an-
nounced by Judges Ira G.
Kaufman and Benjamin
Friedman, the forum's
co-chairmen.
The forum will be held
Wednesday at noon at
Southfield Charley's.
The speaker will be Harry
Weinsaft, who was a crew-
member of the famous ship
Exodus. Weinsaft has recent-
ly returned from a reunion in
Israel of the volunteers of
Aliyah Bet on the occasion of
the 40th anniversary of this
historic event.
The Einstein Luncheon
Forum is sponsored by the
Zionist Organization of
America, Metro Detroit
District, and the Zionist
Cultural Center. Reservations
are accepted by the ZOD,
569-1515.

Levin Hosts
Town Meeting

U.S. Representative Sander
Levin (D-Southfield) will hold
a town meeting dealing ex-
clusively with the Surgeon
General's recent report on
AIDS and interrelated issues .
such as substance abuse on
Sunday at the Southfield-Ci-
ty Council chambers, 26000
Evergreen at 1 p.m.
Dr. Lawrence Crane, chief of
infectious diseases for Harper
Hospital, Detroit; Tom
Bartley, coordinator of
volunteer training for the
Wellness Network, Detroit;
and Betty Nicolay, vice chair-
man of Michigan Com-
munities in Action for Drug
Free Youth (MCADY), will
serve as panelists.
The general public is
invited.

Current rate earned on ac-
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$25,000.

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Yiddish Class

Workmen's Circle will begin
its next adult Yiddish class
Sept. 29. Classes are held at
7 - p.m. Tuesdays at the
Workmen's Circle Educa-
tional Center, 26341
Coolidge, Oak Park.
The eight-week class is
geared for intermediate
students.
For information, call the
Workmen's Circle, 545-0985,
or instructor Mary Koretz,
967-3108.

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