Israel Anniversary Dinner-Dance Scheduled
at Beth Shalom: Two Franz Receptions Set
Joey Russell, star of the Copa- with the congregation in sponsor-
cabana Club, will be guest artist ing the dinner-dance, on behalf of
at the Cong. Beth Shalom Israel Israel Bonds.
Russell has starred in leading
Anniversary Dinner-Dance 7 p.m.
night clubs and hotels from coast
Nov. 8 in the Beth Shalom social
to coast and has appeared in
stage and television shows. He
David Klein is president, Stanley
has just returned from Israel.
Waxenberg, chairman, Dr. Alfred
Members of the dinner-dance
Sherman, co-chairman, and Mrs.
Norman Goldman, ticket chairman. committee include the following:
'August, Mrs. Sam Balkin,
The men's club, sisterhood and
Mr. and Mrs. club are joining Milton Brand, Sidney Freedland,
Bond Events Slated by 2 Groups
Among the leaders of the Detroit Alumni Chapter of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity planning the third annual Israel Bond Dinner-
Dance, to be held in the Pontchartrain Hotel Nov. 14, are (from left)
seated: Drs. Joseph 0. Grant, and Eric Mlles, dinner-dance chairman;
Richard Williams, president; and Dr. Harold A. Maxmen; standing:
Drs. David I. Silver, Morris Rubin, John J. Mames, Manuel Feld-
man, George A. Rosin and Sidney 0. Segen. Alpha Omega will honor
Dr. Martin Naimark, president of the Michigan Dental Society, as
the fraternity's man of the year. Joey Adams will be the guest star.
Dr. Sheldon Mintz will be toastmaster. The Detroit Women of Alpha
Omega Fraternity are joining in sponsoring the annual dinner-dance.
Robert Gaberman, Mrs. Norman
Goldman. Michael Goodman, Rabbi
Mordecai S. Halpern, Julius Har-
wood, Mrs. Edmund Kahn, Stew-
art Kepes, David Klein, Mrs. Jules
Kutner, Julian Nusbaum, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Rich, Mrs. Gerald
Rosenbaum, Mrs. Albert Rosen-
blum. Mrs. Fred Sklarchyk, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Solway and Calvin
Weiss. The committee is still in
For reservations to the dinner,.
which will be preceded by a cock
tail reception, call the synagogue
office, LI. 7-7970, or the Israel
Bond office, 352-6770.
• • •
Robert Lurie, Jewish communal
leader, will be guest speaker at
two leadership receptions in ad-
vance of the testimonial dinner
honoring Rabbi Leon Fram.
On Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.,
Lurie will speak at a reception
hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Martin K.
Stein at their home, 17615 Hamil-
ton. The reception will be hosted
on behalf of Temple Beth El.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Aller
will host a reception on behalf of
Temple Israel Thursday evening in
the penthouse of the North Park
Towers. Aller is a dinner co-
chairman. The receptions are on
behalf of Israel Bonds.
Lurie served as Missouri state
chairman and is a member of
the Midwest board of directors
of the Israel Bond Organization.
A radio and TV writer, director
and producer, Lurie is a former
national director of the Bnai
Brith war service department
and is the recipient of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Achievement
Award. He was the producer of
the American Jewish TV Digest.
Israel Foreign Minister Abba
Eban is coming to Detroit to pre-
sent Rabbi Fram with the Israel
Prime Minister's Medal at the Nov.
10 dinner in the Raleigh House,
sponsored by the Detroit Federa-
tion of Reform Synagogues.
• • •
Bonds Sold at Top-Level Reception
At an Israel Bond leadership reception in the Franklin Hills
Country Club, - which resulted in $750,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions,
are (from left) seated: Arthur Boschan, Nathan Fink, Joseph Holtz-
man, Irwin Green and Norman Allan; standing: Benard L. Mass,
David Pollack, Louis Berry, chairman of the reception; Col. David
Sela, deputy chief of ordnance of the Israel Defense Forces; Samuel
Hamburger, Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, executive chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, and Morris Palavin. Attending but not shown
were Sam Frankel, Abraham Shifiman, Louis Hamburger, Philip
Slomovitz, Sam Grand, Hyman Safran, Leonard N. Simons, Sidney
Schwartz and Irwin I. Cohn. (See Page 1)
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Rabbi Gorrelick Honored at Dinner New AZF Board
to Meet Sunday
At the Beth Achim testimonial dinner which honored Rabbi
Benjamin H. Gorrelick for his 40 years in the Rabbinate and his 20
years of service to Beth Aaron and to Beth Achim, with the congre-
gation's Israel bond grand total exceeding $265,000, from left: seated,
Max Nosanchuck, ticket co-chairman, Mrs. Gorrelick, Rabbi Gorrelick
and David Silver, coordinator; standing, Sidney Silverman, president;
Melvin Weisz, who brought a citation from Hillel Day School; Rabbi
Milton Arm, who introduced the guest speaker; William I. Liberson,
toastmaster; Rabbi Abraham P. Kazis, guest speaker; Rabbi Moses
Lehrman, Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Dr. Manuel Feldman, ticket
co-chairman. Not shown is Norman Allan, who presented Rabbi
Gorrelick with the Shalom Award. The rabbi also was presented
by Council President Mel Ravitz with a resolution lauding him, signed
by the nine members of the Common Council and Mayor Roman S.
Gribbs. Cantor Simon Bermanis rendered the musical salute- and
Silverman presented a plaque from the congregation. Rabbi Gorrelick
will go on a year's sabbatical, part of which will be spent in Israel,
and then will assume the post of Rabbi-Emeritus of Beth Achim.
An overflow audience packed Shifman Hall and adjoining rooms to
pay tribute to the rabbi at the dinner held- in the Jewish Center.
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third annual Alpha Omega Israel
Dr. Plotkin was the first citizen
of Israel to be admitted to the
Woodrow Wilson School of Public
and International Affairs of Prince-
NEW YORK—The American
Zionist Federation, established six
months ago as the central voice of
Zionism in the United States, will
hold its first national board meet-
ing Saturday and Sunday at War-
wick Hotel here to finalize plans
to implement the organization's
diversified program of activities.
The 200 members of the board
are scheduled to attend the two-
day gathering which will begin
Saturday evening with keynote ad-
dresses by Rabbi Israel Miller,
American Zionist Federation presi-
dent and Jacques Torczyner, chair-
man of the national board.
Board sessions will be devoted
to such issues as Jewish communal
affairs, Jewish education, youth
and campus affairs, organization
and membership activities, infor-
mal activities, Zionism and the
American Jewish community, Is-
rael and America, and the pros-
pects for peace In the Middle
Michigan members of the na-
tional board are Mrs. Reuben Bien-
stock, Isidore Schrodeck and
Comn!eor Selection including the Finest 14 Kt. Gold Jewelry
Sec Morris Watnick
Drs. Harold A. Maxmen, Bruce
Billes, Eric Billes and Sheldon
Mintz will co-sponsor a leadership
reception on behalf of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity 8:30 p.m. Nov. 4
at the Sutton Lodge. The reception
will be for dentists and their wives.
Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, who served
Preparations are under way for the testimonial dinner honoring
as an officer in the intelligence
Rabbi Leon Fram, sponsored by the Detroit Federation of Reform
of the Israel Defense Forces,
Synagogues Nov. 10 at the Raleigh House, with Israel Foreign Min- •
inter Abba Eban as guest speoker. Planners include (from left) will be guest speaker. Te recep-
be in advance of the
seated: Michael C. Aller, co-chairman; Leslie R. Schmier, dinner
chairman; and Albert M. Colman, co-chairman; standing: Frank
Simons, executive director of Temple Israel; Julian S. Tobias, Bert-
ram Gordon and Robert L. Rosen, co-chairmen. Rabbi Fram will be
presented with the Israel Prime Minister's Medal for his lifelong
efforts on behalf of a Jewish homeland. He is being honored on the
occasion of his 75th birthday and his 50 years in the rabbinate. Eban
is coming to Detroit especially to make the presentation.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
36—Friday, October 23, 1970
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