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July 22, 1994 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-07-22

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UALITY CONSTRUCTION

RESIDENTIAL-COMMERCIAL

Terrorism
Is Topic

DESIGN 111111IOM BUILD

The Medical Section of the Jew-
ish Federation's Young Adult Di-
vision will meet at 7 p.m. Aug. 4
at Skyline Club in the Southfield
Radisson hotel.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Sabi
H. Shabtai, specialist on Mideast
affairs and internationally rec-
ognized authority on terrorism.
Dr. Shabtai will speak on "Ter-
rorism in the '90s: The Good
News and the Bad."
A native of Israel, Dr. Shabtai
served in the Israel Defense
Forces and the Israel Foreign
Service. He taught political sci-
ence at several universities, was
a senior fellow at the Adlai
Stevenson Institute of Interna-
tional Affairs at the University of
Chicago, directed counter-ter-
rorist studies for the California-
based Office of Special Services
and contributed to the security
preparations for the 1984
Olympics held in Los Angeles.
Medical Professionals age 25-
40 are invited to hear him. For
information or reservations, call
Jenifer Adler at Federation, 642-
4260.

JEFF Concert
For Volunteers

Jewish Experiences for Families,
a division of the Agency for Jew-
ish Education, will honor volun-
teers actively involved with the
new American community at a
> Volunteer Appreciation Evening
Aug. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the Agency
for Jewish Education auditorium
in Southfield.
Over the last five years, near-
ly 50 new Americans, along with
100 other volunteers, have com-
mitted their time as translators,
committee members, program
staff, and phonecallers.
For information, contact Ellie
Slovis or Larisa Bank, 354-1050.

Ladies Auxilary
Meeting Set

The Department of Michigan
Ladies Auxiliary of the Jewish
War Veterans will conduct a
meeting July 26 at 7:30 p.m. at
the JWV Memorial Home.
Refreshments will be served
before the meeting by the host-
esses of the Bloch-Rose Auxiliary.
The new slate of officers in-
cludes: Faye Glosser, president;
Elaine Zeron, Ruth Klein, vice
presidents; Corinne Cohen, trea-
surer; Belle Leitzer, correspond-
ing secretary; Bernice Wilson,
patriotic instructress; Helen
Pliskow, conductress; Anne
Green, guard; Dorothy Goldberg,
parliamentarian; Rosalyn Liner,
chief of staff

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