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June 24, 1988 - Image 69

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-06-24

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I LOCAL NEWS I

Detroiters Go
To Seminar

Two Detroit-area teachers,
Dr. Liela Goldman of
Michigan State University
and Wayne State University,
and Rabbi Jack Goldman of
Macomb Community College,
are among 45 Jewish and
non-Jewish teachers from 18
states and the District of Col-
umbia who will atend a
seminar this summer in
Israel on teaching the
Holocaust and Jewish
resistance to the Nazis.
The American Gather-
ing/Federation of Jewish
Holocaust Survivors, the
American Federation of
'Leachers, Ghetto Fighters
House in Israel, Yad
Vashem, Haifa University
and the Educator Chapter
of the Jewish Labor Commit-
tee are the co-sponsoring
organizations.

Detroiter Wins
Fellowship

Jessica Aberly has received
the Herbert Scoville Peace
Fellowship Award. Ms. Aber-
ly, a 1984 graduate of Lahser
High School, majored in in-
ternational relations while at
Brown University, from
which she was graduated in
May.
As a Scoville Fellow, Ms.
Aberly will serve as an intern
in the Woman's Outreach Pro-
gram for the Committee for
National Security, Washing-
ton, D.C.
She is the daughter of
Ansel and Suzanne Aberly of
Bloomfield Hills.

Correction

Last week, The Jewish
News misidentified the
sponsor of the telecon-
ference with four retired
Israeli generals. The spon-
sor was the American
Jewish Congress.

"'"'"1 JWV

War Veterans
oh Plan Meeting

The Jewish War Veterans,
Charles Shapiro Post, will
hold its final meeting of the
season on Sunday at 9 a.m. at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. It will be a
breakfast meeting. Activities
for the summer and topics for
the national convention will
be discussed. All Jewish War
Veterans are invited. For in-
formation, call Bert Ellstein,
537-3286, or Jerry Schlussel,
541-1251.

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