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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli, Fraternal and Sinai
Honors for Dr. Herbert Bloom

Births

1

INTERLQDGE CLUB,
comprised of Perfection,
Mosaic, Craftsinam, Day-
light and Oak Park Masonic
lodges, will have a New
Year's Eve Party to cele-
brate the Michigan Masonic
sesquicentennial at Cong.
Bnai David. Friends are in-
vited, and tickets are avail-
able from lodge officers. For
information, call Interlodge
president, Sam Wilson, DI
1-9660.
* * *
BETH MOSES MEN'S
The guests of honor, Dr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Bloom, CLUB will present "Friday
left, are shown •with Metropolitan Detroit Israel Bond Night at Beth Moses" pro-
chairman David Pollack, Dr. Leo Shipko and Dr. Julien gram including•Shabat din-
Priver at the annual dinner of the Detroit Graduate ner and . services, 6:30 p.m.
Chapter of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity last Satur- Dee. 26 in the synagogue. A
day.
full-course dinner will be
served, followed by services
-
Dr.
Herbert
Bloom,
na-
Sinai
which
he
had
di-
The furniture in the
conducted by Jeff Shiovitz,
Western world is Grecian, tionally recognized as a rected for several years.
and an .oneg Shabat. There
leader
in
oral
surgery
and
Dr.
Bloom's
reply
was
an
but the house in which
is a charge, and reservations
pathology,
received
triple
eloquent
review
of
profes-
Western man dwells is Jew-
must be made in advance by
honors at the -annual dinner sional and communal exper-
ish.
calling the synagogue, KE
of
the
Detroit
Graduate
iences
and
a
call
to
uninter-
—Max I. Dimont
Chapter of Alpha Omega rupted action in behalf of 5-4434.
Dental Fraternity, at Adat Israel.
* * *
Cantor SAMUEL
Shalom, Saturday night.
DETROIT BUSINESS-
Emil Cohen, noted hu-
The dinner was sponsored morist, who added to the
Certified
MEN'S GROUP, City of
by the Israel Bond organiza- evening's
Hope, .elected Max Sosin
impressive pro-
tion and. Dr. Bloom, received gram with his Israel Bond
president at --Town and
Serving Homes & Hospitals
the -Ben-Gurion Award appeal, gave liturgical inter- Country Club. He will suc-
399-7194 — .547-7970
after a brief address by pretations in lighter vein
ceed Norman Allan. Allan,
David Pollack, chairman of and asked for Bond pur- who served two terms, be-
the Detroit Israel Bond chasing enrollments which
came chairman of the
Committee.
board. Others elected to the
netted a sale of $220,000.
In addit on to receiving
board of directors were:
the annual Alpha Omega
Dr. Leo Shipko preSided at Jack Beckwith, Harry N.
Award, Dr. Bloom was the dinner program. Other
Brodsky, Charles Canvas-
given special honors by Dr. participants included, Mrs.
ser, Joseph Lee, Ronald
Julien Priver on behalf of Joseph Dobrusin, president,
Licht, Leo Papp,• Danny
Sinai Hospital.
Detroit Women of Alpha
Raskin, Herbert L. Rechter,
Addressing the official Omega; Mrs. Jack Freed-
Morris Sukenic and Alvin
tribute to the honoree, Dr. land, Mrs. Leo Shipko, Dr.
Wasserman.
Also elected,
RABBI S.ZACHARIASH
PriVer outlined the serv- Samuel Weiner, Alpha Om-
were: Gerald L. Portney,
Specialized
ices Dr. Bloom had ren- ega president who made the
Andrew R. Miller and Sam-

dered the community and fraternity presentation; and •uel Glass, vice presidents;
MOHEL
the dental services at Dr. Richard D. Williams.
Mark D. Manhoff, trea-
In Home or Hospital
surer; Robert Berman, re-
557-9666
cording secretary; Morris R.
Zionism Teach-In Due in Southfield
Cole, financial secretary;
Meyer I. Cooper, member-
A Zionism teach-in focus- of medicine; Dr. Yochanan
ship secretary; Nathan P.
ing on the historical signifi- Peress; visiting professor in
RABBI DR. LEO
Rossen, sergeant-at-arms,.
cance and contemporary the department of sociology
and Ben Goldberg, executive
relevance of Zionism will be at U-M; dDr. David Gutman,
-held 8,4),m. Saturday at the professor of psychology at secretary. The newly elected
Expert Mohel
Serving Hospitals and Homes
officers will take - office7an.
Walden Woods Apts. club U-M; and Dr.. Milton Stein-
1.
hardt, associate attending
house, Southfield.
LI 2-4444 547-8555
- Guest speakers include physician emeritus in the
Yaacov Keinan, Israel Con- psychiatry department of
Brodhead Helps
sul for the Midwest; Dr. Sinai Hospital.
CANTOR SIDNEY
Detroiter Obtain
Robert Rockaway, senior
A coffee hour and Israeli Travel Passport •
lecturer in the department
of Jewish history at Tel Aviv music and dancing will fol-
University, Israel; Dr. Mil- low. For information, call
Oscar Goldberg of Farm-
Certified Mohel
ton Mutchnick of the Uni- Uri Segal, 538-4995, or Judy
ington Hills almost didn't
358-1426 or 357-5544
versity of Michigan's school Grant, 356-1276.
make it to Israel for a rela-
tive's wedding had it not
been for the aid of.Congress-
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
man William M. Brodhead's
(D-17th District) office.
Goldberg went to the Fed-
eral Building soon after he
received • his invitation last
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month and when he applied
To 126 E. 14 Mile, Clawson
for a passpor), he received
1 block East of Main
the wrong form.
588-2333
When on Dec. 11, two
days before his departure,
"The Largest Display of
he leained a passport was
not coming, Goldberg ap-
Baby & Juvenile Furniture
pealed to Congressman

in Metro Detroit"
Brodhead, who with the
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help of his Washington staff
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made available a passport
and sent Goldberg to Israel.

(Last week's Jewish News
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was inserted by Congress-
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man Brodhead.)

Dec. 11 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Rosen (Cheryl
Goldman), former Detroit-
ers of Dallas, Tex., a daugh-
ter, Heather Sarah.
* * *
Dec. 6 — To Dr. and Mrs.
Abraham RomanOwsky
(Bonnie Field of Detroit), of
Mexico City, Mexico, a
daughter, Diana.
* * *
Nov. 28 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Selig (Judy Hay-
ford) of East Lansing, a
daughter, Karlie Alanne.
* * *
ov. 9 To Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Jesselson (Phyllis
Platt), former Detroiters of
Jerusal9'm, a daughter,
Amalia Noa.

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Men's Clubs

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Rev. Refutes Israel Racism

Analyzing the values and
justice-seeking elements of
Zionism, the Rt. Rev. Rich-
ard Emrich, in his column
in the Detroit News on Sun-
day, related an incident in-
volving the kibutzim in Is-
rael and his son's services in
one of them. He told how
Rabbi Leon Fram had in-
spired that interest.
In his description of that
occurrence, Bishop Emrich
wrote:
Rabbi Leon Fram and I
were driving some years
ago on New Year's Day to
Lansing to take part in the
inauguration of G. Men-
nen Williams as governor,
something we did together
a number of times. My
elder son was in the car
with us; and when, in the
course of the conversation,
Rabbi Fram mentioned a
"kibutz" my son asked
the rabbi the meaning of
the world.
"A kibutz," said the
rabbi in effect, "is a work
camp is Israel. They exist
for the purpose of rebuild-
ing the land. The people in
them are 20th Century pi-
oneers, and sometimes
scholarships for the travel
are 'given to people who
would like to volunteer for
hard work."
/ When my son, who has
never missed many oppor=
tunities, asked how one ap-
plied for a scholarship, the,,
rabbi kindly told him. The--
next thing the family knew,

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our son was on his way to
work in a kibutz under the
blazing sun in the north of
Israel near the city 'of Dan.
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then entered Israel, for to
enter Arab lands from Is-
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