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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-30

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Lions' Glaucoma Clinic
to Be at Sinai Hospital

Barmore to Speak United Bond Dinner Nets $100,000
at Levine Event
on Behalf of Bonds

Jacob Barmore, Israel minister
to the United Nations, will be
guest speaker at the Labor Zionist-
Landsmanshaften Israel anniver-
sary celebration honoring Louis
Levine 8:30 p.m. May 10 at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Ilka Raveh, Israeli
folk singer, will be guest artist at
this affair on behalf of Israel
Bonds.
When the state of Israel was
established, Barmore became sec-
retary-general of the ministry of

JACOB BARMORE

food and supply. In 1954 he joined
the Foreign Ministry and served
as first secretary of the Israel
delegation in Warsaw.
From 1963 to 1966, Barmore was
consul general of Israel for the
Midwest, with jurisdiction over 13
states. He served as Latin Amer-
ican director of the Israel Foreign
Office until 1969, when he was ap-
pointed a permanent member of
the Israel Mission to the United
Nations.
Levine, active in the Jewish
community for 50 years, is presi-
dent of the Farband City Corn-
-mittee.
Refreshments will be served
after the program. For reserva-
tions to the rally, call the Israel
Bond office, 557-6770.

* * S

Judges to Be Guests

A program has been arranged
for the Farband Branch 114 Yom
Ha'Atzmaut celebration A:30 p.m.
Saturday in the Workmen's Circle
Center. Judge Benjamin J. Fried-
man, Oak Park associate munici-
pal judge. will be guest speaker.,
He is a life-long Zionist and his
wife is a sabra.
A new movie of Israel will be
provided by the Israel Bond office,
and the candle-lighting ceremony
will be conducted by Philip Imber,
president of the Arlazaroff-Avrun-
in Branch 137 of Farband.
Refreshments will be served, and
Israel's anniversary will be toasted
with Israeli wine. Admission is
free and friends are invited.
* * *
Pinsker Progressive Aid Society
will honor Louis Levine, past
president and founder, at a Yom
Ha'Atzmaut celebration 8:30 p.m.
Monday at Cong. Beth Hillel, it
was announced by William Lite,
president.
Probate Judge Ira G. Kaufman,
former president of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit and a
founder and honorary president
of Adas Shalom Synagogue, will
be guest speaker.
Philip Imber, president of
Arlazaroff-Avrunin Branch 137,
Farband, will present original
readings, and Nathan Samet also
is on the program.
Refreshments and Israeli wine
will be served, and members are
invited to bring friends. Admission
is free.

Recent •canvases by PAUL JEN-
KINS painted especially for the
Detroit exhibition at the Gertrude
Kasle Gallery in the Fisher Build-
ing 'will be shown May 8th through
June 10th.

At the United Israel Bond Dinner Dance, which resulted in
$100,000 in Israel Bond subscriptions are (from left) seated: Isaac
Engel, associate dinner chairman; Yacov Dan, Israeli movie star,
guest artist; Mrs. Louis Papo, dinner-dance chairman; guest speaker
Ira Hirschmann, who rescued tens of thousands of Jews during the
Holocaust; Steven Goldin, president of the Zionist Revisionists; and
Simon Cieck, associate dinner chairman and ticket chairman. Stand-
ing are David Weisman, president of Workmen's Circle Branch 227;
Michael Weiss, associate chairman; Jenoe Roth, president of the
United Jewish Social Club; Kune Greenbaum, associate dinner chair-
man; and David Chicorel, president of the Sephardic Community of
Greater Detroit. The affair was held at Shaarey Zedek. Not shown
is Mrs. Nathan Plonskier, secretary of the United Israel Bond Dinner
Committee. Five organizations joined in sponsoring the fifth annual
United Israel Bond dinner dance: Radomer Mutual Society, Sephardic
Community of Greater Detroit, United Jewish Social Club, Workmen's
Circle, Branch 227 and Zionist Revisionists.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
28—Friday, April 30, 1971

Detroit area Lions Clubs are
sponsoring a series of glaucoma
clinics throughout the metropolitan
area, including one at Shiffman
Clinic of Sinai Hospital, 9 a.m.-4
p.m. May 8.
Glaucoma is an eye condition
which afflicts adults mostly over
age 35. Glaucoma is responsible
for blindness in one out of every
eight adults and is the leading
preventable cause of sight loss or
impairment. Early detection is
possible by a simple test.
The purpose of the glaucoma
clinics is to provide a preliminary
examination to determine if a
person is suspected of having this
disorder.

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Bonds Reception

Sinai Hosts Day
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Mr. and Mrs. Carmi Slomovitz
will host the Leadership Reception
on behalf of the Detroit Zionist
Federation, 8 p.m., Monday, in
their home, 23350 Twining, South-
field.
Dr. Carl Herman Voss, guest
speaker, prominent clergyman,
noted author and a founder of the
American Christian Palestine Com-
mittee, is a leading Christian cham-
pion of Israel. He is the author
of "Rabbi and Minister," the dual
biography of Rabbi Stephen S.
Wise and Dr. John Haynes Holmes
and of the recent "Stephen S.
Wise---Servant of the People," a
compilation of selected letters of
Rabbi Wise, published by the Jew-
ish Publication Society of Amer-
ica.
The leadership reception is be-
ing held in advance of the De-
troit Zionist Federation-sponsored
Israel anniversary dinner on May
13, at Shaarey Zedek, with Gen-
eral Shlomo Goren, Chief Chap-
lain of the Israel defense forces
and Chief Rabbi of Tel Aviv, as
the special guest. Cantor Jacob
Barkin of Shaarey Zedek will be
the guest artist at this affair on
behalf of Israel Bonds. .

Nurses in the Detroit Metropoli-
tan area are invited to Sinai Hos-
pital's third annual Education Day,
intended to update nurses on the
latest advances in medicine, Wed-
nesday, in the hospital's Zucker-
man auditorium.
The day-long series of panel dis-
cussions will feature a 9 a.m. panel
headed by Dr. Adrian Kantrowitz
on "Progress in Cardiac Surgery
and Research.",
Abortion will be the topic dis-
cussed at 11:30 a.m. by Dr. Mil-
ton Nathanson and Dr. Ronald
Trunsky, and Sinai nurses Leatha
Stonestreet, Virginia Tatke and
Kathleen Kovach.
A final panel at 2:30 p.m., con-
ducted by Dr. Joseph Honet, Dr.
Harvey Gass, Dr. Robert Brent and
nurses Linda Bradshaw and Doro-
thy Tennant, will examine "Reha-
bilitation of Spinal Cord Injury."
Registration for Education Day,
which is offered without charge,
begins at 8:30 a.m. and guided
tours of the hospital also are sched-
uled.
Mary Westmeyer, director of
nursing, will greet guests.

22153 Coolidge

Levenberg Lodge
to Hold Bond Fete

Harvey Levenberg Lodge, Bnai
Brith, of Mount Clemens is spon-
soring Israel's 23rd anniversary
celebration, to benefit State of
Israel Bonds, 7 p.m. May 23 at
Beth Tephillath Moses Synagogue.
Emanuel Litvin, M _ ount Clemens
Jewish community leader and
chairman of State of Israel Bonds
there, is serving as 1971 state
chairman for the Michigan state
area.
A cocktail reception will pre-
cede the dinner. Guest speaker
will be Dr. Arieh Plotkin, lec-
turer on Middle Eastern affairs
and former officer in the Israel
Defense Forces.
Litvin announced the following
members of the committee plan-
ning this communitywide affair:
Mount Clemens Committee:
Jerome Balas, Louis Davis, Larry
Goldberg, Milton Maltz, Ben
Rosen, Dr. Joseph Rivkin and
Martin Rubin; Port Huron Com-
mittee: Mr. and Mrs. Al Drescher,
Mr. and Mrs. David Drescher, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Jacobson, Rabbi
Charles Rosenzweig and Dr. and
Mrs. Michael Sabbagh.
For information and reservations,
contact Litvin, .74 Belleview, Mount
:clemens.,.:464-711.1.22L-463,0507.

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