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May 23, 1975 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sephardis Plan to Cite Member

The Sephardic Commu-
nity of Greater Detroit will
present Mrs. Judith Chico-
rel, widow of Jacob Chico-
rel, first president and or-
ganizer of the community in
Detroit, with a plaque at the
community's annual caba-
ret dinner-dance 7:30 p.m.
Sunday in Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
An active charter member
of the Sephardic commu-
nity, Mrs. Chicorel is known
as "Godmother" to the Se-
phardi families who came to
e U.S. after World War II.
_ Her husband organized
the Sephardi community in
MRS. JUDITH CHICOREL
1918 and was its cantor and
spiritual leader until his nine and the Internationals.
death in 1963.
For reservations, call Shir-
The dinner-dance will fea- ley Behar, 557-8551; Susan
ture a seven-course dinner Betsalel, 399-7325; or Livia
and music by Henry Wak- Katan, 273-1344.

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the United States and Israel
Stollman will be honored
for generations to come.
with the establishment of
Morris J. Brandwine,
the Stollman Family Park
who with his wife, Tillie,
and Recreation Area, which
were last year's JNF hon-
will be one of the first major
orees, is the dinner chair-
projects in the $6 million
man.
American Bicentennial
Philip Slomovitz is dinner
Project, linking an historic
co-chairman; Dr. Leon Fill
region near Jerusalem with
is associate chairman. Hon-
200 years of American inde-
orary chairmen include
pendence. The project will
Mrs. Morris Adler, Mrs.
also mark the 75th anniver- Morris Brandwine, Louis
sary of JNF.
Berry, Irwin I. Cohn, Max
Presentation of the pro-
M. Fisher, Dr. William Ha-
ject will be made at the an-
ber, Dr. and Mrs. I. Jerome
nual Jewish National Fund
Hauser, Bernard Isaacs,
Dinner June 18 at Cong.
Leonard N. Simons and
Shaarey Zedek, at which the
Paul Zuckerman.
Stollmans will be the guests
For reservations, call
of honor.
JNF, 968-0820.
The three are being hon-
* * *
ored in recognition of their
Last week JNF opened
services to Israel, to Jewish
Israel's second "active recre-
National Fund, the Allied
ation park" in the Herzl
Jewish Campaign and all
Forest at Ben Shemen, near
traditional Jewish causes.
The Stollmans were among
Lydda. The park is one of
four planned by the JNF
the first to plant a forest
and the sports authority of
through JNF, which formed
the Education Ministry.
the greenbelt around Jeru-
salem.
The park has an
1,100-meter physical recrea-
The Stollman Recrea-
tion course, including exer-
tional Area is one of the
cise equipment, as well as
first that will be prepared
picnic facilities.
along the axis road of the
Bicentennial Project, con-
necting the ancient Bar
Giora Springs, Nevo Be-
tar, and the network of
settlements in the immi-
grant township of Beit
Shemesh.
The recreational sites will
use and blend existing fea-
tures and natural assets of
the area with additions,
improvements, and recrea-
tional facilities.
The total projects' objec-
tive is the development of
the southern Judean Moun-
tains. The region to be devel-
oped over a three-year pe-
riod, will include an
ecological and forestry in-
frastructure.
The entire project will
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