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August 10, 1973 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-08-10

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Samuel Frankel's Dynamic Leadership
Acclaimed Here on His 60th Birthday

Samuel Frankel was the successes unmatched in local
communally acclaimed per- Jewry's fund-raising history.
Currently chairman of the
sonality as one of Detroit's
most successful philanthropic major gifts committee of the
leaders when he marked his
60th birthday Tuesday.
As chairman of the 1972
Allied Jewish Campaign,
which then became the most
successful in Detroit's Jewish
philanthropic history, and
again as chairman of the
even more successful 1973
campaign — with Paul Han-
dleman as his co-chairman
— Frankel has registered

building soon to be con-
structed on Drake and 15
Mile Rd. When the present
building was dedicated on
Curtis and Meyers, he was
in a leading position as chair-
man of the building com-
mittee.
A former president of the

Jewish Center, he has held
major responsibilities.
He is a member of the
executive committee of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
is a leader in the Detroit
Service Group, a member of
the boards of Sinai Hospital
and of the United Jewish
Charities. He is a director
of the USO.
President of Frankel As-
sociates, Frankel is a mem-
ber of the board of directors
of the Troy National Bank
which is affiliated with Mich-
igan National Bank.
A native Detroiter, Frankel
was born Aug. 7, 1913. He
earned his LLB degree from
the Detroit College of Law in
1936.

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ily affair. Mrs. Frankel and
their four children share in
his deep involvements in
communal matters.

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Their son S t a n l e y has
been chairman of the junior
division in the Allied Jewish
Campaign and is currently
a member of the young
leadership cabinet.
Mrs. Frankel is corre-
sponding secretary of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
women's division and will
be a campaign associate
chairman in 1974.
During last year's Allied
Jewish Campaign, Frankel
arranged for more breakfast
meetings than in any other
drive in the past, as means
of inspiring co-workers to-
ward a successful drive.
Frankel was feted at a
birthday party at Somerset
Inn last Sunday.

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Ladies' 8. Men's
AUXILIARY will meet noon
ALTERATIONS
Thursday at the JWV home.
at depression prices
The auxiliary recently ser-
For Appt. Call
Clem Cadiddlehopper
viced the Northland Geria-
tric Center. Lillian Tulipman
356-3949
is chairman and Luba Lupi- Editor, The Jewish News:
My husband and I re-
loff, Sharon Berk and Edythe
Morgano were her as- ceived in our mail a political
promotion on the letterhead
sistants.
Candids by
of the Council of Orthodox
Rabbis—Merkaz.
Immigrant Scientists
We take exception to this
or any other religious group
Getting More Jobs
557-1884
JERUSALEM (JTA) — A attempting to influence some
50 per cent increase in the of our less sophisticated
employment of immigrant brethren in secular political
scientists and academic areas. The implication that
workers in Israel was the only qualifications a per-
achieved during last year, son must have for any posi- - and his
according to an absorption tion, political or otherwise,
is that he be an observant
minisry report.
Jew is nonsense. The letter
398-
The report ascribes the in- urges that "religiously ori-
crease to the activity of the ented Jews turn out en masse
3664
special projects fund in the at the election booths and
ministry. The fund pays part register their support." Also
of the immigrants' salaries the "spiritual and lay leader-
in the first year of their em- ship announce this from the
ployment.
pulpits."
The employers involved en-
In a city which has had
FACIAL HAIR
gage the immigrants as per- for the past several adminis-
PERMANENTLY
manent staff at the end of trations four Jewish council
the year. A total of 836 sci- members out of five, it is
REMOVED
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Registered Electrologist
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Yours truly,
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about it." (2451 M o n r o e,
Dearborn 48124).
Munson devotes half of the
78-page paperback to his ad-
ventures in wonderland—his
trip "to see my government
in action." With some relief
he concluded, at the end of
his sojourn, that: "We hadn't
come close to a dictatorship
or a loss of liberty or any of
the dire threats that I'd
heard. We'd merely allowed
the White House to be in-
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Schwartz of Rockville Cen-
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around with our products, is
engagement of their daugh-
IVAN S. BLOCH CHAP- the true measure of how we
ter Lois to Leslie J. Feld-
run our country."
man, son of Mr. and Mrs. TER invites all Bnai Brith
Under such headings as
Max Feldman, former De- women to an organizing New Political Dictionary
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meeting
for
a
Tuesday
eve-
troiters of Hollywood, Fla.
("Irresponsible
reporting:
A fall wedding is planned ning bowling league, 7:30 Pulitzer Prize"),
Jewish
p.m.
Tuesday
at
the
home
in New York.
of Mrs. Anne Fink, 32020 Humor (a recap of the Men-
Olde Franklin, Farmington. del Beiliss case) and Books
For information, call Mrs. We'd Love to See ("I Told
You So" by Martha Mitchell
Fink, 851-0181.
and "Shut Your Mouth" by
* *
ISRAEL CHAPTER will John Mitchell), Munson
pokes fun at the manipula-
BLOCH-ROSE AUXILIARY hold its annual rummage and tors of Systems—not only our
bake sale 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
will meet 8:30 p.m. Tuesday Thursday at the Workmen's own.
at the JWV headquarters. Circle Center.
At the close of his Open
There will be reports from
Letter to the U.S. Senate,
0 *
the national convention and
Munson writes with cautious
the child welfare service Couplets to Host
optimism: "No other coun,
try has the institutions and
date and future programs Auction, Exhibit
will be discussed. For in-
Bnai Brith Couplets will the capacity to take in stride
formation, call President hold an auction and exhibit that which we are embarked
Dorothy Goldberg, 548-6850. 9 p.m. Aug. 18 at the Jewish upon, the taking to task of a
Refreshments and social hour War Veterans Mem or ial whole arm of government. I
will follow.
Home. A preview will be have one last request, if you
have read this far. Reread
held at 8.
Original signed lithographs, the Constitution. It is a short
PFC. JOSEPH L. BALE
POST has made contribu- etchings, oil paintings and document. Follow its man-
tions to the JWV Memorial sculptures will be featured date where conscience leads
you." —C.D.
Home in memory of Maurice for bidding.
The public is invited and
I. Bale, founder of the post
Diane's Place
named after his son, and in tickets are 'available at the
Ladies Sportswear
memory of Morris Taub, who door. For information, call
was killed in action in World Mrs. Jerry Weiss, 352-9449.
GRAND OPENING
War II. These memorials
SALE
will be displayed on a bronze
2313 W. 12 Mile Rd.
tablet, to be installed in the
(1/2 blk. E. of Coolidge) Parking
new JWV home.

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and see for himself.
Robert Craig Munson, an
organizer of the movement
to rebuild the Trenton syna-
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