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May 16, 1975 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-16

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42 Friday, May 16, 197S

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Community Events to Benefit Israel Bonds r

Rabbi Israel Klavan, exec-
. utive vice president of the
Rabbinical Council of
America for the past 25
years, will be the, guest
speaker at the combined
Young Israel dinner honor-
ing Rabbi Samuel H. Prero
of Young Israel of Green-
field on behalf of Israel
Bonds.
The dinner will be held 6
p.m. Wednesday at Young
Israel of Oak-Woods. Philip
Stollman, president of
Young Israel of Oak-Woods,
will chair the affair. Co-

chairmen are Milton Du-
chan, president of Young
Israel of Greenfield, and

SAM
BARNETT

HY KALUS

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INVITATIONS
by HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

Prof. Gerald Meister, founder of the Ramapo Insti-
tute in New York, is shown shaking hands with host
Samuel Platt, at the recent leadership reception in ad-
vance of Wednesday's combined Young Israel Dinner
honoring Rabbi Samuel Prero on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Shown are; from left: Max Stollman, Rabbi James I.
Gordon of Young Israel of Oak-Woods, Dr. Meister,
Platt and Mrs. Platt, and dinner chairman Phillip Stoll-
man. More than $70,000 in Israel Bonds were sold at the
leadership reception.

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UN correspondent and
journalist Moses Schonfeld
will be the featured speaker
at the Israel Bond dinner at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek Sun-
day evening.

Hy Kalus, New York-
born Israeli actor, produ-

cer and writer, will appear
Tuesday at the leadership
reception at the Southfield
home of Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Schlaff. The reception
is in advance of the June 3
dinner at Cong. Beth
Abraham-Hillel honoring
Leonard Farber.
For reservations for these
events, call the Israel Bond
office, 968-0200.

Brandwine Named Chairman
of Dinner Honoring Stollmans

Morris Brandwine has
been named chairman of the
annual dinner of the Jewish
National Fund, with Philip
Slomovitz as his co-chair-
man. Max M. Fisher will
serve as honorary chairman.

The dinner, to be held at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, June
18, will honor Phillip Stoll-
man, Frieda and Max Stoll-
man, in recognition of their
services to Israel, the JNF,
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paigns and all traditional
Jewish causes.

Mr. and Mrs.-Brandwine
were last year's JNF hono-
MORRIS BRANDWINE
rees. Brandwine is a former
president of the Jewish Na-
tive leader in major Jewish
tional Fund Council of De- causes.
troit. He is the co-chairman
The dinner committee to
of the Detroit chapter of the plan
the event in honor of
American Israel Public Af- the Stollmans is now in for-
fairs Committee and an ac- mation.

UHS Official to be Honored

Morris Nobel, longtime
administrator of the United
Hebrew Schools, will be
honored by the UHS board
at a reception June 4 at the
UHS main building.
Mandell L. Berman, pres-
ident of the Jewish Welfare
Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and Nobel's former
pupil, will make a presenta-
tion to the honoree. Bernard
Isaacs, superintendent of
the schools from 1948 to
1955, will speak.
Nobel was educated at
the University of Toledo,
Ohio State University and
Dropsie College. He has
written numerous articles
in several languages. No-

bel's association with the
UHS began in 1946.
The Hebrew schools also
announced the retirement
of Leah Shrodeck from its
teaching staff. A teacher at
the Cong. Beth Achim
branch, Mrs. Shrodeck
taught in the Detroit Public
School system and was for
26 years a teacher and later
principal of the Hayim
Greenberg School
Mrs. Shrodeck has taught
at Kibutz Degania in Israel.

To be unsynagogued
means to cut oneself off
from the heart that pumps
blood into the arteries and
veins of the Jewish people.

People Make News

RUTH . PECHERER of
Southfield was awarded a
first place blue ribbon for a
wall hanging entered in the
recent needlework fair at
the Grosse Pointe War Me-
morial. DOROTHY HAR-
WOOD took second in the
same category for a wall
hanging and MARY BAR-
OFF won the third place
prize for a wall hanging in
the surface stitchery cate-
gory.
* * *
MRS. ESTHER SHAP-
IRO, director of the Detroit
Department of Consumer
Affairs, recently received
the Detroit Bar Associa-
tion's "Liberty Bell Award"
for "promoting community
understanding of law."
* * *

PROF. SAM DASH, for-
mer chief counsel to the
U.S. Senate Watergate com-
mittee, has been elected to
the board of governors of
the Hebrew University of -
Jerusalem. Dash is national
chairman of the legal divi-
sion of the American
Friends. He is professor of
law at Georgetown Univer-
sity Law Center and direc-
tor of the Center's Institute
of Criminal Law.
* * *
GARY GLASER, so.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gla
of Stout Ave., was grad-
uated from Oakland Univer-
sity with a BA degree in
film and video. He is the
first student to receive this
degree from Oakland U.

ROBERT M. MEISNER

was appointed to the advi-
sory committee of the Cor-
poration and Securities Di-
vision, Michigan
Department of Commerce.
* * *

ISRAEL ALIYAH
CENTER, INC.

DAVID ALAN AMS-
TER, son of Mrs. Florence

25900 Greenfield Rd.

Amster of Addison Ave.,
Southfield, and the late Mr.
Sol Amster,' will graduate
Sunday from the Pennsyl-
vania College of Optometry.
Amster is affiliated with
Omega Delta Professional
Fraternity.
*. * *
MANNY HOLTZER,
vocalist, was the guest per-
former Monday at Cong.
Beth Shalom Sisterhood's
Mother's Day luncheon.

Center Weekend
Registration Open

RegistratiOn is still open
for the Jewish Community,
Center's Annual Family
Camping Weekend to be
held May 23-25 at Camp
Tamarack.
Weekend activities in-
clude swimming, hiking,
camp fires, boating, explor
ing and a Shabat program.
The fee includes transporta-
tion, food and lodging.
For information, contact
the Center, 341-4200.

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