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June 13, 1975 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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46 Friday, June 13, 1975

Junior Division
Sets Meeting

Reservations are still
available for the Junior Di-
vision annual meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the
Park West Galleries, 24151
Telegraph, Southfield.
A brief business meeting
will include the election of
1975-76 officers and direc-
tors and the president's re-
port by Edward A. Lum-
berg. An informal cocktail
party honoring the outgoing
division board will follow.
For reservations, call the
JWF Junior Division office,
965-3939.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Marwick, Local Leaders, JNF
Honor Stollmans Wednesday

A record attendance is
expected at the Jewish Na-
tional Fund testimonial din-
ner 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek honor-
ing Frieda and Max and
Phillip Stollman.
The Stollmans Nv ill be
honored "for their benefac-
tions and services to Israel,
to the Jewish people, to
Jewish education, and many
other local, national and in-
ternational causes.”
The Stollman Family
Park and Recreation Area
Nvill be established in their
honor in the $6 million JNF-
American Bicentennial
Project in Israel.
The Stollmans have
been involved in almost ev-
ery major phase of Jewish
life — religious, cultural,
educational and philan-
thropic. Twenty years ago,
they were among the first
to plant a JNF Forest in
the green belt around Je-
rusalem. Frieda was pres-
ident of the Women for
Jewish National Fund for
a number of years; and
Phillip is chairman of the
JNF Religious Council.
Morris J. Brandwine,
chairman of the testimonial

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AUXILIARY will meet 9
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Memorial Home. President
Diana Joffe will present a
resume of the department
convention. A party, honor-
ing the president, will be
held June 21. For reserva-
tions and information, call
Ann Rubin, KE 5-4031.

The Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid Society is contribut-
ing $5,000 to JNF in honor of Frieda, Max and Phillip
Stollman. Shown presenting the check recently were or-
ganization officers and trustees, seated from left,
Mrs. Abe Saginaw, Abe Saginaw, Jacob Gubow, presi-
dent; Samuel Geller, vice president of JNF, and Mrs.
Frances Cutler. Standing are, from left, Sam and Sadie
Lerman, Nathan Wiss, Abe and Gertrude Applebaum,
Ralph Stein, Abe Young, Isaac Gruskin and Joseph H.
Siegal.

dinner, will welcome the Young Israel of Greenfield;
guests.
Charles Milan, president of
The program will be high- the local JNF; Rabbi Sam-
lighted by the address of Dr. uel S. Stollman of Windsor,
Lawrence Marwick, chief of a nephew- of the honorees;
the Hebraic section of the Mandell L. Berman, presi-
Library of Congress, who is dent of the Jewish Welfare
one of the leading Semitic Federation of Detroit; Can-
tor Louis Klein of Cong.
scholars in America.
Bnai Moshe and Zvi
Other program partici- Tomkiewicz, executive di-
pants include dinner co- rector of Detroit Mizrachi,
chairman Philip Slomovitz, Hapoel Mizrachi.
Reservations for the din-
editor and publisher of The
Detroit Jewish News; ner are still being accepted
Rabbi Samuel H. Prero of by the JNF office, 968-0820.

I

People Make News

DANIEL SCHNAAR,
MANUS KRASMAN,
CLARK FELDMAN, RO-
CHELLE FELDMAN and
LEON PEDELL were re-
cently graduated from the
University of Michigan
School of Medicine.
* * *
Sinai Hospital of Detroit
nursing staff members
elected to state and national
professional organizations
are: RUTH B. EDELSON,
chairman of nursing at
Sinai, who was re-elected to
a second three-year term on
the Michigan Heart Asso-

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Marriages1

Shirley Roth, former De-
troiter of East Lansing re-
cently became the bride of
Charles R. Stewart of Lake-
wood, Ohio.
* * *
Dr. Toby Eve Steinberg
became the bride of Robert
Maxmen in a recent cere-
mony at Adat Shalom Syn-
agogue. Rabbi Jacob E. Se-
gal officiated. The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Steinberg of
Pinetree Dr., Southfield.
Parents of the bridegroom
are Dr. and Mrs. Harold A.
Maxmen of Riverside Dr.,•
Southfield. Dr. Steinberg
was graduated from the
Michigan State University
Veterinary School of Medi-
cine. Her husband is com-
pleting his last year at the
veterinary school. The cou-
ple is living in Lansing.

ciation's board of directors;
BARBARA KNOWLES,
director of nursing service,
who was elected to the exec-
utive committee of the
Council of Hospital and Re-
lated Institutional Nursing
Services, National League
for Nursing; and EDNA L.
ADASTIK, director of the
Shapero School of Nurs-
ing, who was elected to the
executive committee of the
Council of Practical Nursing
Programs, National League
for Nursing.
* * *
SAM LEVENSON will
receive the government of
Israel's Cultural Award
Sunday in Washington,
D.C. It will be presented to
him by Israel Ambassador
Simha Dinitz at the Israel
Independence Ball celebrat-
ing the 27th anniversary of
Israel.
* * *
SAM RICH has been
named a member of the
1975 National UN Day Com-
mittee which will help di-
rect this fall's United Na-
tions Day program across
the country. UN Day is offi-
cially observed on Oct. 24,
which this year marks the
30th anniversary of the UN.

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Gerald Moore, chairman
of the Bale Post scholar-
ship committee presented
a $500 check at the post's
recent "Jewish Open" golf
outing to scholarship win-
ner Valerie Kaplansky.

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