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June 13, 1975 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, June 13, 1975

Mendelsons Mark
50th Anniversary
Elected to three-year

Community Council Election Results

Delegates of the Jewish
Community Council se-
lected Council officers and
executive committee mem-
bers at the Council's dele-
gate assembly May 22.
Re-elected to one year
terms were Lewis S. Gross-
man, president; John H.
Shepherd, Rabbi Irwin
Groner and Edwin G. Shif-
rin, vice presidents; Mrs.
Aaron B. Shifman, secre-
tary; and Irving Tukel, trea-
surer.

Activities in Society

terms on the executive
committee were Barbara
Bergman, Daniel G. Berk,
Muriel Israel, Jeffrey
Jenks, Norman Katz, Dr.
Shmarya Kleinman,
David Lebenbom, Robert
Naftaly, David I. Rosin,
Jeanne Ross, Arthur W.
Saltzman, Merle Solway,
Kathleen Straus, Julian S.
Tobias and Harvey L.
Weisberg.

Elected to two-year terms
were Bertha Brotman and
Bernard Panush. Elected to
one-year terms were David
Silver and Dr. Milton J.
Steinhardt.
Dr. Steinhardt was a peti-
tion candidate supported by
the Labor Zionist Alliance.

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Mt-. and Mrs. Albert Men-
delson of Oak Park will cele-
brate their 50th wedding an-
niversary at a luncheon
June 22 at the Raleigh
House, hosted by their chil-
dren and grandchildren.
The Mendelsons were
married June 14, 1925 in To-
ledo. They have two children
and six grandchildren.
Mr. Mendelson retired
from the General Motors
Corp. seven years ago.

JVS to Have
Annual Meeting

The Jewish Vocational
Service and Community
Workshop will hold its an-
nual meeting and employer
awards presentation 3:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Shera-
ton Cadillac Hotel.
The awards are presented
in recognition of outstand-
ing assistance to JVS and
CW in the employment of
vocationally handicapped
persons.
The Detroit Bank and
Trust Co. will receive the
Employer of the Year
Award and the'Milben Cor-
poration will be honored as
Contractor of the Year.
Sinai Hospital will be
given a special award for
providing work training op-
portunities for clients of the
Metropolitan Detroit Fed-
eral Epilepsy Program.

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Beirut's An-Nahar newspa-
per, and former editor of
Cairo's El-Ahram spoke on
the "Challenge of Arab-
American Relations" Mon-
day at the Detroit Press
Club's celebrity luncheon
series.
Maksoud described him-
self as a spokesman for the
League of Arab States and
said that the Arabs are in
an adversary position with
the Jewish community.

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Naomi and Ronald Lipa
of Oak Park are being vis-
ited by their English rela-
tives, Shirley and Bernard
Williams, Andrew Wil-
liams, and Peter and Leila
Williams.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Hallman of Jamestown
Ave., Northville, were in
Philadelphia recently to at-
tend the graduation of their
nephew Dr. David Meyers,
who graduated from Temple
University's medical school.
Dr. Meyers is the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Leon M. Meyers
(Shirley Sovel), former De-
troiters of Frackville, Pa.
* * *
Out-of-town guests from
Illinois, California, Massa-
chusetts, Indiana, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, East Grand
Rapids, East Lansing and
New York attended the re-
cent Bar Mitzva of Steven
David LeVine, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald LeVine of
Maryland Ave., Southfield.
Also attending were grand-
parents, Jack and Jean
Kaufman and Bluma and
Ben Kramer; and sister
Elyse.
* * *
Mrs. Joseph Maltzer of
Huntington Woods, first
vice president of the Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods, participated
this week in the annual
spring meeting of the organ-
ization's executive commit-
tee at NFTS Headquarters
in New York. Mrs. Maltzer
is a past president of NFTS
District #11, Michigan Fed-
eration of Temple Sister-
hoods and past president of
Temple Emanu-El Sister-
hood.
* * *
Steven Alpert, son of Dr.
and Mrs. Edward Alpert of
Fox Glen Ct., Bloomfield

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He added that the Arab
lands have their Jewish pop-
ulations as well, and re-
ferred to CBS television's
"60 Minutes" Program Sun-
day evening (see stories on
Page 1 and Page 2).
Maksoud also discussed
the Mideast peace negotia-
tions, Israel's occupied terri-
tories, the oil boycott, Leba-
non's problems and Arab
trade during his talk before
more than 80 persons.
A Press Club spokesman
said the Detroit Jewish
community has been asked
to provide someone to repre-
sent the Israeli viewpoint
for a July luncheon.

Hills, was called to the To-
rah on the occasion of his
Bar Mitzva on May 8 at the
Western Wall in Jerusalem.
During their stay in Israel,
the Alperts had Friday eve-
ning dinner with their rela-
tives, Shimon Peres and his
family at the Peres home.
Among those attending the
Bar Mitzva were Mesdames
Shimon Peres and Gershon
Peres. The Alperts' daugh-
ter, Michelle, 9, and Steven,
13, both celebrated their
birthdays on May 7 at the
King David Hotel.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A.

Komer of Kensington Ct.,
Southfield, recently cele-
brated their 40th wedding
anniversary, along with the
10th wedding anniversary of
their children Judy and
Richard Komer, and Shelly
and Lawrence Jackier, with
a trip to Las Vegas. Their
son, Lt. Colonel Robert Ko-
mer, also joined them.

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