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October 23, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-23

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Israel Food Industry
Described At Breakfast

The Michigan Department
of Commerce and the
American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan will
co-sponsor a breakfast on Nov.
6 to be held at the Radisson
Plaza Hotel at 7:45 a.m. to
familiarize Michigan's food
industry with the Israel food
industry. Export and joint
venture opportunities will be
highlighted.
Michigan Commerce Direc-
tor Doug Ross will introduce
Kolly Friedstein, managing
director of Jaf-Ora and past
chairman of Israel Food
Week, who will offer
background information on
the Free Trade Agreement
between the U.S. and Israel —
implications for the food in-
dustry — and an update on
Israel's food manufacturing
and technology. Israel Food
Week will take place Feb. 8-11
in Tel Aviv, and the food mis-
sion organized by the

American-Israel Chamber of
Commerce, Feb. 6-14.
Murray Lender, of Lender's
Frozen Bagels and current
chairman of I/Am Importing,
also will speak. Lender is on
the board of governors of the
Academy of Food Marketing.
He has been vice chairman
and chairman of the National
Frozen Food Association
(NFFA) and co-chairman of
the First National Frozen
Food Month. He also has
received the NFFA Presi-
dent's Award for Excellence
in Industrial Relations.
He is past director of
the Greater New York
Metropolitan Food Council,
Inc., and was chairman of the
50th anniversary national
celebration of the Frozen Food
Industry in 1980.
For reservations or for infor-
mation, contact Shelly Komer
Jackier, 661-1948.

Moshe Yehuda Speaks
At Histadrut Meeting

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FRIDAY, OCT. 23, 1987

Moshe Yehuda, the national
director of Mishan, the social
welfare arm of Histadrut in
Israel, will be the guest
speaker at the Histadrut
Metro Detroit opening
meeting on Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute, 25900 Greenfield
Road, Oak Park.
Mishan, which was organiz-
ed in 1931 on the principal of
mutual aid, provided
assistance to the elderly and
those in need. Today, Mishan
takes care of the elderly by
providing either sheltered
housing facilities with in-
dividual, independent living
units or homes for the aged
which provide total group ser-
vices for residents who are no

longer able to function on
their own, or for those who
feel more comfortable in
community-type housing.
Mishan has also establish-
ed youth villages to help
youngsters from distressed
families who bear emotional
scars of being orphaned, from
extreme poverty or broken
homes. Its institutions today
care for more than 1,500
students. They are educated
and are given vocational
skills to prepare them to take
their place in society. Mishap
also grants loans to needy,
retired Histadrut members.

The meeting is open to the
public. For information, call
Histadrut, 967-4720.

Richard Sloan Heads
Balfour Tribute Body

Richard Sloan is chairing a
city-wide committee in
tribute to Judge Avern Cohn.
The tribute will be made at
the 54th annual Balfour
Celebration on Nov. 1 at Ford
Auditorium.
A highlight of the celebra-
tion will be the presentation
to Judge Cohn of the Zionist
Organization of America's
Brandeis Award. A major
beneficiary of the celebration
and concert will be ZOA's
seven-school educational

center in Kfar Silver, Israel.
A cocktail-reception hosted
by Richard and Sheila Sloan
will be held just prior to the
concert for members of the
Judge Avern Cohn tribute
committee.
Sloan has served as chair-
man of the 1975 Allied
Jewish Campaign and as
president of the Detroit Ser-
vice Group. He is also a
former vice president of
United Jewish Charities. He
currently serves on the

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