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June 04, 1976 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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Mt. Clemens Lodge Hosts Annual Israel Bond Event

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$7.50 1 /2 hr.

The Harvey Levenberg
Lodge, Bnai Brith, of Mt.
Clemens is sponsoring a
community-wide banquet

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on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds June 13, at Beth Te-
philath Moses Congregation
in Mt. Clemens.
Appearing as guest
speaker will be Prof. Gerald
Meister, lecturer and au-
thority on the Middle East.
Meister is director of the
Ramapo Institute, a "think
tank" specializing in inter-
national relations and law,
and executive director of
Herut, USA (United Zion-
ists Revisionists of Amer-
ica).
The Harvey Levenberg
Lodge, the only Bnai Brith
Lodge in Macomb County,
has sponsored the Mt. Cle-
mens Israel Bond function

since the Bond program's
inception 25 years ago. Ban-
quet chairman is Louis
Davis.

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Bay City Resident
Joins Bonds Tour

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The banquet will be the
last function held in Mt.
Clemens' old synagogue. A
new building, a block
south of the present site,
will soon be ready for use.

Southfield School
Board

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For reservations, call
Davis in Mt. Clemens,
468-6990.

Max Adelman of Bay City
has just returned from a
new leadership mission in
Israel in behalf of Israel
Bonds. The group met with
Israeli President Ephraim
Katzir, were briefed by De-
fense Minister Shimon
Peres, and made extensive
tours of the country inter-
viewing businessmen, farm-
ers, students and govern-
ment leaders.

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Harry Berlin, right, immediate past president of the
Detroit Association for Retarded Citizens, accepts a
gavel plaque from John Ebo, incoming president. Berlin
served two terms as president of the DARC and is a past
president of the Association for Jewish Retarded and a
member of its executive board. Berlin was cited "for his
leadership, dedication and devotion in directing the
DARC's efforts in helping all mentlly retarded persons."

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The Soupy Sales Telethon
for the Retarded will begin 7
p.m. Saturday in the Light
Guard Armory, and will be
aired over Channel 50. Ad-
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the telethon are free.
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20 hours and feature nation-
ally-known and local artists
and personalities. Honorary
chairman is John C. Mc-
Cabe.

Sol Berlinger, Morris Berk, Ms. J.
Bistroni, Irving Cantor, Esther
Crane, Faye Cutler, Yetta Deitch,
Sam Finkelstein, Mr. Garfinkel,
Rose Goldsmith, Fannie Gruber,
Harry Harris, Sol Herman, Esther
Hyman, Lucy Kaplan, Esther Kor-
man, Grace Kralik, Irving Levine,
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Luchtan, Fannie Luchtan, Bertha
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Rose Schreiber, Chyuka Schwartz,
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Jacob E. Segal.

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Center Seniors to Present
Musical Salute to America

The Senior Adult Choral
Group of the Jewish Com-
munity Center will present
"A Musical Salute to Amer-
ica In This Our Bicentennial
Year" 8 p.m. June 13 at the
Ten Mile Branch. Refresh-
ments will be served and
there is a charge.
The Senior Adult Chorale
rehearses weekly at the 10
Mile Branch. Choraliers
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Loren earned a bachelor's
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tration in 1930 and then was
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cleaning business until 1968
when WSU bestowed a mas-
ter's degree in business ad-
ministration on him.
A native of Russia, Loren
has been in the Detroit area
since 1923.

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