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November 04, 1994 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-04

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Masorti
Evening Set

Allan Warshawsky, president of
the Masorti (Conservative) Move-
ment in Israel, will provide a
briefing on the latest develop-
ments of the Masorti Movement
at a reception in the home of Bar-



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bara and Irving Nusbaum of
Franklin, on the evening of Nov.
17.
Since making aliyah 15 years
ago, Mr. Warshawsky has been
a leading force in the Masorti
Movement. He has been presi-
dent of his congregation, Magen
Avraham in Omer, and has
served as vice president of inter-
national affairs. Mr. Warshawsky
also is a member of the interna-
tional Board of Trustees of P.E.
F. Israel Fund and serves on the
board of governors of the Ben-Gu-
rion Universityan Beersheva.
Mr. Warshawsky is an inter-
national industrial engineering
consultant, whose job takes him
frequently to Europe and Asia.
For information, contact Ellen
Glen, 352-6717, or Gerald Cook,
851-0517.

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