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May 26, 1989 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-05-26

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dents who have been to Israel:
Jason Friedenberg, Michael
Weiss and Tom August, and
others who will go this
summer.
There also will be a presen-
tation on the plight of the
Ethiopian Jews by Yosef
Baynesaghn, an Ethiopian
Jew who recently escaped to
Israel from Ethiopia and is
studying at Eastern Michi-
gan University.
During the program, win-
ners of the "Claim Jerusalem
in Prose and Paint" contest
will be announced. The con-
test is sponsored in conjunc-
tion with the Jewish
Educators Council, and en-
tries will be displayed during
Thursday's program. For in-
formation, call the DZF,
353-8828. There is an admis-
sion charge, and tickets are
available at the DZF or from
the Israel Program Center.

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GIA In Grading

The singing duo, Gemini,
will headline this year's
celebration of Jerusalem Day
(Yom Yerushalayim) spon-
sored by the Detroit Zionist
Federation. The annual
commemoration is set for
7:30 p.m. Thursday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
This year's event marks the
22nd anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem
during the 1967 Six-Day War.
Helen Naimark is chair-
man of the program, and the
committee includes: Sara
Schiff, Harmon Bayer, Emil
and Shoshana Wolok, Lee
Warshay, Nathan Warshay,
Joe Medwed, Esther Tal,
Dorothy Malin, Tom August,
Adele Lewin and Yefet Ozery.
DZF president Norman
Naimark will begin the pro-
gram with remarks on the
significance of the day, fol-
lowed by a dialogue by stu-

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DR. CRAIG BROD, DR. STEVEN SCHREIER

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Gemini To Entertain
At Jerusalem Day Fete

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A dinner sponsored by the State of Israel Bond Attorneys Division
netted more than $440,000 in Israel Bond investments in tribute to
honorees Judge Hilda Gage, seated center, and Judge Norman
Lippitt, seated left, recipients of Israel's Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities
Medals. Shown with them are standing, from left: Saul Bluestone,
Attorneys Division co-chairman; Henry Baskin, dinner chairman and
Sheldon Miller, seated right, Attorneys Division co-chairman.

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