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February 13, 1976 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-02-13

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eINV Tandsnfalighaften to Honor the Levins at Purim Celebration

William and Belle Levin,
leaders in the Jewish Na-
tional Fund for more than
30 years and active in civic
and communal affairs, will
be the honorees at the an-
nual landsmanshaften for
JNF. The Levins will be hon-
ored for their "distinguished

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ANYTHING
• APPRAISAL SERVICE

service to the Jewish com-
munity, to Israel, and the
Jewish National Fund".

Levin has been attorney
and civic leader for more
than 40 years, and was ad-
mitted to practice before the
U.S. Supreme Court. He
was a member of the Michi-
gan State Department of
Correction and served as
chief parole officer. Levin
was on the Wayne County
Board of Supervisors for 12
years and vas a member

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and chairman of the Detroit
Board of Zoning Appeals.
In 1967 he was elected by
the Detroit City Council as
the executive secretary of
the Zoning Board, and was
re-elected for a six-year
term. He was appointed by
State Attorney General
Kelley as a special assist-
ant attorney general.
Levin has been active in
numerous organizations,
including the Shriners, Bnai
Brith and in the Zionist
movement. He is on the JNF
board and has been promi-
nent in fund-raising for
JNF.
A native Detroiter, Mrs.
Levin has held every office
in the Women of Jewish Na-

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Detroit Addenda

The article on David
Heineman in last Week's
Jewish News failed to men-
tion that the stained glass
window depicting the seal of
the City of Detroit was orig-
inally located in the old city
hall. It was moved to the De-
troit Historical Museum at
the suggestion of Solan
Weeks to be used as a me-
morial to Heineman.
The city seal was adopted
on March 26, 1827 to com-
memorate the fire of 1805.

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tional Fund, including pres-
ident twice. She was fund-
raising chairwoman five
times. She also was vice
president, and on the na-
tional JNF board and is on
the National Women's
Speakers Bureau and the
JNF Council.
She has been active in
the Jewish community and
Zionist movement since
her youth. She was espe-
cially active in the Bicur
Cholem Jrs., in Junior
Hadassah, in Jewish Cen-
ter groups and more re-
cently in the Allied Jewish
Campaign. She is affi-
liated with the Zionist

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The Israel Aliya Center
will host Michele Ben-Ger-
shon, an American who
made aliya, to speak on
aliya 1 p.m. Tuesday at the
aliya center.
Mrs. Ben-Gershon will
speak on the aliya process
and other related topics.
The public is invited, and re-
freshments will be served.

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FRIENDS OF THE
BAYIT will hear Chuck
Wolfe, director of the Jew-
ish Home for Aged, 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the home of
Eliot Shevin, 13810 Sylvan
Ct., Oak Park. Wolfe will
speak on "Creative Teaching
for Children." For informa-
tion, call Alan Drozi,
956-7149, or Barry Stein,
861-1929.
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SUNDAY SINGLES will
meet 8 p.m. Sunday at the
10 Mile Jewish Community
Center branch. Sid Astour-
ian will speak on "Astrology
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CRITERION CLUB will
celebrate Brotherhood
Week with an open house
8:15 p.m. Wednesday at the
Red Bull Restaurant. The
film, "Rendezvous With
Freedom," starring Zero
Mostel, George Segal, Sam
Jaffe and Marian Seldes,
will be shown. Melvin Weisz
of the Michigan Regional
Advisory Board of the Anti-
Defamation League will
lead a discussion. President
Esther Bershad invites
guests. For information,
call Cecile Bartholomew,
559-8397, or Betty Wein-
berg, 559-5175.

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lecturer, food columnist, gourmet cooking instructor and author of
"The Happy Cooker."
My apologies to all who tried to enroll in present course but were turned away
because classes were full.
As promised, Elayne Stulberg will now accept reservations for new classes scheduled
for the third week in March.

classes of 10 to 12 people and as in the past,
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tion.
The Levins are lifetime
members of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Purim refreshments
will be served. Admission is
by the planting of one or
more trees. For informa-
tion, call JNF, 968-0820.

Organization of America,
Hadassah, Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, Bnai Brith, Sinai
Hospital Guild, Juvenile
Diabetics Foundation,
League of Jewish Women,
and was honored by Israel
Bonds with its Shalom
Award. She also was a dis-
trict chairman of Muscu-

DETROIT SOCIAL-
ITES will have a Valen-
tine's Day dance 9 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Oak Park
Community Center ball-
room. Johnny C and his or-
chestra will provide music
for dancing. Refreshments
and social mixers will high-
light the evening, announces
David Glicklin, program
chairman. The community
is invited. For information,
call Mollie Stern, 342-2791,
or Shirley Kaner, 968-1971.

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