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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-05-28

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22 May 28, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Reform Federation to Honor Rose Herman on Her Birthday

The Metropolitan Detroit
Federation of Refrom Syn-
agogues will tender Rose
Herman a testimonial din-
ner-dance on the occasion of
her 76th birthday 6:30 p.m.
June 13 at Temple Israel on
behalf of the Reform Jewish

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The affair also will honor
America's Bicentennial and
the 100th anniversary of He-
breW Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion.
Mrs. Marshall M. Miller,
chairman of the dinner, an-
nounces that Rabbi Alexan-
der M. Schindler, president
of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations and
newly-elected chairman of
the Conference of Presi-
dents of Jewish Organiza-
tions, will be guest speaker.

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
"Westwind," a twin-engined
executive jet manufactured
by Israel Aircraft Indus-
tries, has been certified by
the U.S. Federal Aviation Hebrew U. Cites
Administration and the
Ministry of Transportation German Banker
of Canada.
NEW YORK — Walter
The announcement was
Hesselbach,
president of the
made jointly by IAI and the
German
Workers
Bank and
Atlantic Aviation Corp., ex-
clusive distributor of the president of the German
Westwind in North Amer- Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, affirmed the sup-
ica. The turbofan jet has a port
of German people for
cruising speed of 542 mph Israel
at a reception in his
and a range of 2,465 miles.
honor by the American
Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
OPEN SUNDAY
Hesselbach was presented
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the university's Torch of
Learning Award by Sam
Harry Thomas
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Mrs. Herman, who with
her late husband, John R.
Herman, has been a mem-
ber of Temple Israel for 25
years, will receive a pres-
entation from Rabbi
Schindler on behalf of the
union and college.
Mrs. Herman has estab-
lished the John R. Herman
Fund at Temple Israel as a
memorial to her husband.
Each year, the fund sends a
youngster to Israel for six
months of study and brings
an Israeli youth to the De-
troit area as participants in
the Eisendrath Interna-
tional Exchange (E-I-E)
program of the UAHC.

Mrs. Herman has been
honored by Bnai Brith,
Hadassah and Women's

NEW YORK — The Syn-
agogue Council of America
— the coordinating body of
the three branches of Juda-
ism — celebrated the Amer-
ican Bicentennial and its
own 50th anniversary Sun-
day in Newport, R. I.
The highlight of the day-
long convocation, a dedica-
tory ceremony in the his-
toric Touro Synagogue, the

Traurig Heads
Oak-Woods

Edward Traurig was
elected president of Young
Israel of Oak-Woods at the
synagogue's annual mem-
bership meeting.
Elected with him were
Dr. David Berris, Alex Un-
gar, Hyman Brown, Manuel
Levitsky, Wilbert Simkovitz
and Mrs. David Dombey.
Elected to a three-year
term on the board of direc-
tors were Sam Ginsburg,
David Greenbaum, Harold
Platt, Alex Roberg, Dr.
Harvey Sabbota, Arthur
Selmar, Herbert Speiser
and Mrs. Morris Trager; and
for a two-year term, Larry
Gormezano.

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CONGREGATION
BETH ABRAHAM-HILLEL

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in Israel in memory of her
late son-in-law, Victor S.
Axelroad.
The evening will include
dancing to the music of Jeep
Smith and his Orchestra.
For ticket information,
call Temple Israel, 863-7769.

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oldest Jewish house of wor-
ship in the United States,
was led by Vice President
Nelson A. Rockefeller.
Rabbi Leon Fram of Tem-
ple Israel, honorary presi-
dent of the Rabbinical Com-
mission of Detroit,
represented rabbis from the
Detroit area at the celebra-
tion.

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Beth El Plans Its
Annual Meeting

The 126th annual meeting
of Temple Beth El will be
held 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the Handleman Hall of the
temple. Refreshments will
be served at 7:30.
The president's report
will be given by Merton J.
Segal and the senior rabbi's
report will be given' by
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz.
Election of officers and
trustees will be held.
A special program will be
presented by the Young
People's Society, in honor of
its 90th anniversary. Mem-
bers of the 1926 Confirma-
tion Class will be honored.

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Israel expressed regret over
a decision by the Soviet
Union to boycott the Chess
Olympiad which will be held
in Israel in October.
A foreign ministry
spokesman said that "Israel
believes that despite politi-
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