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September 18, 1987 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-18

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HELP US LOCATE THESE PARTICIPAIN TS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY PROGRAMS

Abramson, Charlotte
Adelsberg, Marjorie
Aisner, Sarah
Alexanian, Michael
Allen, Craig
Amos, Curtis
Arm, liana
Baker, Anna
Bandstra, Barry
Barahal, Ellen
Bardenstein, Carol
Barrett, Judith
Baruch, David
Beider, Andrew
Bender, Alec
Bender, Linda
Berman, Ann
Berman, Malka
Bicknell, Belinda
Blechman, Dorothy
Blechman, Karen
Blitz, Susan
Blumenberg, Sharon
Boik, William
Boros, Daphna
Borsuk, Judith
Brainin, Laurel
Breiner, Linda
Brenner, Karen
Bublick, Jordan
Burg, Sharon
Buxbaum, Yael
Calmes, Carolyn
Cantor, Ellen
Cantor, Jody
Canvasser, Nancy
Carlton, Kathrine
Carlton, Matthew
Carlton, Robert
Cash, Debra
Cechanowitz, David
Chajes, Jeffrey
Chelst, Dr. Tamy
Citrin, Michael
Collins, Ellen
Colman, Jeffrey
Conn, Steven
Cooper, Neil
Cooper, Stephen
Cucchiara, Anne
Cutler, Elana
Daneman, Gwen
Davidson, Estelle
Davidson, Yetta
Detgen, Katherine
Diamond, Naomi
Dick, Alice
Detmars Jr., Frank
Doner, Jacqueline
Dubinsky, Donna
Eizikovic, Deborah
Elve, Prof. John

Englander, Julie
Eugenides, Jeffrey
Falk, Mrs. Deborah
Feder, Phyllis
Feigelman, Michael
Feldman, Jeffrey
Feldman, Dana
Fenz, Heidi
Ferber, Annette
Fink, Marcia
Fishman, Beth
Fox, Kenneth
Freedland, Karen
Freedman, Mark
Friedman, Barbara
Friedman, Susan
Gamer, Steven
Gantz, Leila
Gelman, Nina
Gerber, Sander
Glanz, Phyllis
Gold, Esther
Golden, Karen
Goldstein, Amy
Goldstein, Michael
Goodman, Gary
Gordon, Rabbi James
Goren, Karen
Gotlib, Deborah
Gotlib, Jonathan
Gotlib, Linda
Gould, Phyllis
Grace, Mrs. Brooke
Gray, Rebecca
Green, Fred
Greenbaum, Dena
Greenes, Wendy
Groskind, Eric
Gross, Leon
Guthrie-Ditmars, Nancy
Halpern, Daniel
Halpern, Jonathan
Hamburger, Judy
Handelman, Nancy
Holtzman, Daniel
Hornung, Joe
Hundley, Kathy
Hundley, Thomas
Iden, Elaine
Ihilevich, Lenora
Indig, Gail
Johnston, Prof. Robert
Joseph, Tamara
Jubas, Harry
Kahn, Barbara
Katzman, Michael
Kay, Victor
Kessler, Sarah
Klain, Alice
Kleer, Eduardo
Kleiman, Mr. Leslie
Klein, Jeanette

Klein, Alicia
Kramer, Louis
Kripke, Joan
Lachman, Solomon
Lassner, Elizabeth
Lazebnik, Marcella
Lerman, Eve
Leven, Marc
Levinson, Sanford
Levy, Charlotte
Lichter, Susan
Lieberman, Lisa
Lindsay, James
Liwazer, Elizabeth
Lobenthal, Lisabeth
Lupovitch, Beth
Mainster, Arlene
Marks, Catherine
Marwil, Daniel
McAllister, Amy
Medalie, Sally
Mertz, Diane
Milinsky, Sharon
Miller, Lesley
Mindell, Amy
Minkoff, Deborah
Moeser, Annelies
Mopper, Marjorie
Morse, Marc
Nadis, Daniel
Neiberg, Maurine
Nemer, Larry
Newman, Debra
Nosanchuk, Gale
Okun, Melissa
Oram, Lisa
Orbach, Lila
Oserowsky, Jill
Oster, Allan
Oyer, Nancy
Parker, Mrs. Ann
Pasternak, Martin
Pearlman, Melissa
Pelton, Sandra
Pfeffer, Ms. Frances
Platt, Murray
Posen, Steven
Post, Mark
Post, Matilda
Post, Theodore
Rappoport, Rhonda
Rauch, Lauren
Reifler, 'Michael
Rhodes, Aimee
Robertson, Pamela
Rogers, Robert
Rosenbaum, Daniel
Rosenbaum, Jonothan
Rosenbaum, Stanley
Rosman, Lynne
Rudner, Barry

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Ruskin, Laurie
Sachs, Bonnie
Sachs, Don
Sachs, Ron
Sandler, Steven
Sandweiss, Sherwood
Schechter, Mardi
Schreirer, Alisa
Schwartz, Matthew
Schweder, John
Segal, Deborah
Seidler, Tamsin
Shapero, David
Shapiro, Elizabeth
Shapiro, Nancy
Sharkey, Vivian
Sherman, Stacy
Sherman, Sylvia
Shipko, Susan
Shore, Michael
Siegel, Barry
Siegel, Joshua
Silber, Sheri
Silberschein, Michael
Silver, Allen
Silverfarb, Daniel
Silverman, Eric
Silverman, Julie
Simkovitz, Jack
Singer, Kim

Skupsky, Donald
Smaller, Mark
Soleymani, Lisa
Solway, Richard
Solway, Robert
Spinner, Jeff
Spinner, Miriam
Stahl, Karen
Stark, Paul
Stein, Dinah
Sukenic, Harvey
Tabak, Rabbi Robert
Thirman, Michael
Thomas, Father William
Traison, Lawrence
Tucker, Hadar
Ungar, Barbara
Useem, Howard
Van Hamersveld, Daniel
Van Leeuwen, Dr. Raymond
Wallace, Nancy
Weinzweig, Ari
Weisberg, Roger
Weiss, David
Wiener, Carolyn
Wolok, David
Wyman, Carol
Young, Brett
Young, Shira
Yuval, Dan
Zalesin, Lorne

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1987

Cohn Will Be Cited
At Balfour Concert

Avern Cohn, U.S. District
Judge for the Eastern District _
of Michigan and former presi-
dent of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit, will
receive the Justice Louis D.
Brandeis Award of the Zionist
Organization of America at
ZOA' 54th annual Balfour
Celebration and Concert,
celebrating Israel's 40th bir-
thday, Nov. 1 at Ford
Auditorium. Only two other
Detroiters have been so
honored, Jewish News' Editor
Emeritus Philip Slomovitz
and Max Fisher.
The tribute will include the
establishment, in Cohn's
honor, of the Kfar Silver En-
dowment Fund to advance
the education of Israeli
students at ZOA's Kfar Silver
educational center, near
Ashkelon, Israel.
Richard Sloan, the 1975
chairman of the Allied Jewish
Campaign in Detroit, has
been named chairman of the
Judge Avern Cohn Tribute
Committee.
Serving as associate
chairmen are: Paul Borman,
William Davidson, Alfred L.
Deutch, David Handleman,
Sen. Carl Levin, Con-
gressman Sander Levin,
Milton J. Miller, David Mon-
dry, Alan-E. Schwartz, Phillip
Stollman and George M.
Zeltzer. Serving on the ex-
ecutive committee are:
Mandell L. Berman, Harold
Berry, Lester Burton, Leon C.
Cohan, Beft Gordon, John M.
Haddow, Leonard Herman,
Arthur Howard, Hon. Ira G.

Judge Avern Cohn

and Mrs. Kaufman, Dr.
Jerome Kaufman, Mrs.
Richard Kramer, Irving
Laker, Lawrence LoPatin,
Graham Orley, David Pollack,
Sherman Shapiro, Mrs. I.
Walter Silver and Sidney
Silverman.
A graduate of the Universi-
ty of Michigan Law School,
Judge Cohn has served on the
Michigan Social Welfare
Commission, was chairman of
the Michigan Civil Rights
Commission and the Detroit
Board of Police Commis-
sioners. He is a member of the
Detroit, State of Michigan,
Federal and American Bar
Associations, has served on
the representative assembly
of the State Bar of Michigan
and as a trustee of the Detroit
Bar Association.

JNF Will Honor
Sen. Riegle In Flint

U.S. Senator Donald Riegle
of Michigan will be honored
by the Jewish National Fund
at a dinner 6 p.m. Oct. 11, at
Cong. Beth Israel in Flint.
Chairmen of the event are
Peter Goodstein, president of
the Flint Jewish Federation;
Clifford H. Hart, Allen R.
Hobson, Murray E. Moss,
Michael Pelavin, Charles R.
Weeks, and Dr. Eli Shapiro.
Senator Riegle will receive
JNF's Tree of Life Award,
given in recognition of profes-
sional and humanitarian
leadership.
Senator Riegle has been a
member of Congress for more
than 20 years, having served
five terms in the U.S. House
of Representatives and now in

Donald Riegel

his second full term in the
U.S. Senate. He is a native of
Flint.

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