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June 07, 1974 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-07

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Leon Hoffman of Scotia
Ave., Oak Park, a program
manager at the :U.S. Army
Tank-Automotive Command
(TACOM) in Warren was
awarded a bachelor's degree
in business administration
from the Detroit Institute of
Technology — more than 25
years after he originally had
hoped to earn the degree.
He made the dean's list,
was graduated with highest
honors (summa cum laude),
achieved a 3.83 grade aver-
age and received honor
awards.

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Hoffman, 49, a 22-year em-
ploy of TACOM, has served
in a variety of management
and management analyst as-
signments.
A veteran of World War II
and the Korean War, Hoff-
man , an infantryman. in the
European Theater, received
a battlefield commission 'in
1943. He was promoted to
captain in Korea. After his
discharge from active duty
he remained in a reserve
status and retired three
years ago with the rank of
lieutenant colonel in the U.S.
Army Reserves.
His military decorations in-
clude two awards of the Sil-
ver Star, the third highest
decoration f o r individual
bravely. His other combat
wards include four Bronze
Stars, five Purple Hearts for
wounds received in battle
and the Combat Infantry-
man's Badge.
Hoffman and his wife Net-
tie have a son Alan, and two
daughters, Renee and Mrs.
Beverly Schindel.
Hoffman is an officer in
Bale Post of the Jewish War
Veterans.

Temple Emanu-El's Cou-
ples Club will have its an-
nual 100-family garage sale
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at the
temple. A large variety of
new and used household
items, bikes, TV sets, toys,
office equipment and new
motorcycle will be sold at
bargain prices.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 7, 1974-41

A4th Activities

MASADA CHAPTER will
hold its annual pool party,.
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Gail Harris, 6169
Northfield, West Bloomfield.
A "white elephant" sale will
be held at the party. Mem-
bers are asked to bring a
"white elephant" wrapped up•
in newspaper, with a tag stat-
ing the approximate value of
the gift. These will be auc-
tioned off. Guests are invited
at no charge.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL CHAP-
TER will have a paid-up
membership luncheon noon
Thursday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Dues will be
collected at the door. A fash-
ion show will be featured,
and awards will be presented
to fund raising and member-
ship continuity committees.

president by Louis E. Bar-
den, the lodge's first presi-
dent and past president of
the Greater Detroit Bnai
Brith Council. Other cx&-fid
cers are vice presidents,
Stanley Seligman, R o b e r t
Soper and Michael Kasky;
secretaries, Marshall Fisher,
Harry Rubin and Warren
Kauffman; guardian, Ralph
Posner; warden, David Yam-
shan. Trustees are Charles
Berman, Jack Frank, Irwin
Nathanson, Sam P o l l o c k,
Louis Kramer, Albert Res-
nick, Perce Golden, Carl
Lichtenstein, Joe Bortman
and David Samuelson. The
retiring president, Bernard
Markofsky, will become lodge
chaplain. For reservations,
call Seligman, 342-5331.

will hold its paid-up member-
ship luncheon noon Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Ralph
Weil, 22211 Chatsford Cir-
cuit, Southfield. The program
for the afternoon, "Can You
Lead a Double Life?," is
geared to women thinking
about returning to the busi-
ness world. Mrs. Barbara
Ner en ber g, supervisor of
Jewish Vocational Service,
Community Workshop, - will
speak on "Project Return."
Prospective members are in-
vited. Dues may be paid at
the door. For reservations,
call Mrs. Samuel Goldstein,
353-6220; Mrs. Irwin Al-
pern, 626-7667; or Mrs. Har-
ley Adler, 851-3477.

Newly elected officers of
the Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Council will be in-
stalled at a communitywide
dinner 6 p.m. June 19 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
David Levine is the new
president. Harold Jaffa, out-
going president, will be pre-
sented with a gift.
Jeffrey Kravitz, vice presi-
dent is ticket chairman.
Cocktails will pr ecede
dinner. For reservations, call
the Bnai Brith office, 354-
6100.

BB Install- ation Fete
CENTENNIAL CHAPTER to Be Held June 19

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DOWNTOWN-FOX CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Maple
House Restaurant, 10 Mile
and Southfield Rds. There
will be a talk on Social Se-
curity benefits.
* * *
TIKVAH LODGE will have
its 26th annual installation
dinner-dance 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day at the Shenandoah Golf
and Country Club. Herman
Kazdan will be installed as

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Lewis Grossman, newly
elected president of the Jew-
ish Community Council, will
speak 8 p.m. Tuesday at the
Bayit, 16845 Muirland.
A second activity will be
held 8 p.m. June 18 at the
Bayit when guests will be
invited, and entertainment
provided.
On June 25, the Bayit will
host a cook-out at 6 p.m.,
weather permitting. Guests
are asked to bring kosher
refreshments and drinks.
Side dishes will be provided.
For information, call the
Bayit, 861-1929.

Men's Clubs

ALPHA ZETA OMEGA
FRATERNITY, Detroit
Alumnus will have its annual
installation dinner-dance 7
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. Bnai
David.

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June 8-29th

The Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith 1974 Men's Soft-
ball League, now in its sec-
ond season, announces the
league has doubled to 20
teams. Officers of the league
are Marty Melton, president;
David Jaffa, vice president;
and Henry Cutler, secretary.
Games are played Sunday
mornings through Aug. 11 at
Catalpa, Thompson Junior
High and Civic Center fields
in Southfield.

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