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October 18, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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Legal Attainments Gain Wide Recognition
or Honigman; Greeted on 70th Birthday

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
42—Friday, October 18, 1974

Who loves his wife as him-
self, honors her more than
himself, leads his sons and
daughters in the right path,
and arranges for their mar-
riage, to- him_ the text refers,
"you shall know that your
tent is in peace." (Job 5:24).
— Talmud

A notable career in the
law, his recognition as an
authority on court rules, his
legal textbook have elevated
Jason Honigman to a high
role beyond the boundaries of
Michigan. Greetings on his
70th birthday are pouring in
from many areas.
BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Honigman has been a nota-
Now Booking .. .
ble in Detroit's Jewish com-
munity, and in Michigan's
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legal and financial circles
and His Orchestra
for nearly 40 years.
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Born in Russia Oct. 25,
• 1904, Honigman's parents
brought him to this country
in 1911. He graduated from
the University of Michigan
Law School in 1926, and be-
Or An
came a member of the law
Occasional Flower firm headed by Michigan's
governor, Alex J. Groesbeck.
• WEDDINGS
He is now senior partner in
• BAR MITZVAS
his own firm.
• SH.OWERS
He was for many years an
• PARTIES
active participant in Allied
,CALL ANY DAY — ANYTIME!
Jewish Campaigns, and
served on the boards of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and the Detroit Service
Group.
He is known throughout
Michigan and the • United
States for his seven volume
treatise on Michigan Court
Rules Annotated, which has
served since 1948 as a stand-
ard le g, a I reference for
judges, attorneys and stu-
dentS.
Honigman is active in the
Michigan Bar Association,
and in efforts to improve
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Michigan's legal system. He

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efforts that led to the new
district court system, and to
changes in the system of se-
lecting judges.
In addition to these public
efforts, Honigman also is ac-
tive in business as director of
Detroit Bank and Trust Co.,
Dayco Corp., Allied Super-
markets and other- firms.
He has twice been honored
by the University of Michi-
gan. In 1967 he was honored
with U-M's Sesquicentennial
Award in recognition of his
achievements as a "Lawyer,
Scholar and Public Servant."
In 1969, U-M bestowed
JASON HONIGMAN
upon him an honorary doctor
is currently chairman of the of laws degree.
Michigan Law Revision Com-
mission by appointment of `A Sabbath Leaf
the legislature, and member
By DAVID MILLER
of the Judicial Tenure Com-
(Copyright, 1973)
A ray of sunlight on the
mission.
window sill —
He is known_ throughout
the state for his • pioneering so soft, so still;
a blade of grass beneath the
evening sky —
Feldman Heads
it holds my sigh;
a stream unwinding in a
Kaufman Dinner
hidden glade —
The' Detroit Federation of here all cares Fade.
Reform Synagogues Dinner Let each hold forth its quiet
on behalf of Israel Bonds will
sip of wine;
be held 7 p.m. Sunday at the come drink, recline;
Raleigh HoUse, announces the interim is brief —
dinner chairman, N a t h a n a drifting leaf;
Feldman.
a Sabbath leaf of autumn
Feldman is the immediate
gold;
past president of Temple let it unfold.

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He has worked with the
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fund raising for the new
JewiSh Center—men's club
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Ira Kaufman, dinner hon-
oree, will be presented with
the Prime Minister's Medal
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Ira Kaufman Chapel, has
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Detroiter Dedicates Israel Grove

Mrs. Charles Gell, second from right, is shown at the
dedication of the Charles Gell Grove in the Kennedy Peace
Forest, outside Jerusalem. At the dedication ceremony,
witnessed by members of a tour to Israel led by Rabbi
Milton Arm of Cong. Beth Achim, a plaque was affixed
to the side of the Kennedy Memorial bearing the name of
Mr. Gell. At extreme right is Rabbi Nathan Ginsbury,
director of the American Desk of the Jewish National
Fund in Israel.

Chajes Conducts
Center Symphony

Julius Chajes will conduct
the Jewish Center Symphony
Orchestra, featuring Mischa
Lefkowitz, Russian violinist
a n d Matthew Mischakoff,
guitarist, 3:30 p.m. Sunday
at the Center. This concert
marks Chajes's 35th year as
conductor.

By NORMA BARACH

Our masters, blessed be
their memory, said that the
world endures only for the
sake of the breath out of the
mouths of children who go to
school. (From this you see
that great is the reward of
those who teach children.)
—Talmud

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Yeshayahu Anug to Be
Kaufman Dinner Guest

Yeshayahu Anug, head of the international desk of the
Israel foreign ministry; will be the guest speaker at .the
Israel Bond dinner, Sunday evening, at the Raleigh House.
The event will honor Ira Kaufman. It is sponsored by
the Reform synagogues of the entire Greater Detroit area.
Anug was selected on Thursday to speak as a substitute
for Mayor Shlomo Eahat of Tel Aviv who is unable to be
here that evening.
Ambassador Anug has been named to direct the Israeli
presentations at the United Nations on the issue of terrorism
to be discussed in the coming weeks.

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Fancy Rice Dish

(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
1 stick parve margarine
1 cup rice, uncooked
3 tsps. chicken soup mix
1 /4 tsp. sugar substitute
2 1/2 cups of water
IA cup chopped green oiions
1/4 cup toasted almonds
oil
Melt margarine. Saute rice un-
til it looks transparent, then add
soup mix and sugar substitute.
- Allow to blend a few minutes,-
and add water and pour mixture
into a casserole dish. Bake 45
minutes at 325 degrees. Toast
almonds in a bit of oil in a small
frying pan. Just before serving,
mix in green onions and almonds.

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