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June 18, 1976 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

June 18, 1976 17

Hamburger to Head Medical Professionals;
Local Functions Will Aid Israel Bond Drive

OLOSIVIOBILES

HAVE

SAKS APPEAL

MAJ. GEN. EFRAT

Dr. Lloyd J. Paul, outgo-
ing chairman of the Israel
Bond Medical Professions
Division, announced the ap-
ointment of Dr. Joel I.
amburger as the 1976-77
:itairman of the division. -
The Medical Professions
Division encompasses in-
cludes medical doctors, op-
tometrists, osteopaths and
podiatrists.
_The new chairman is a
past president of the Detroit
District of the Zionist Or-
ganization of America, a
member of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek, the American So-
ciety for Technion, Men's
ORT, an associate member
of Hadassah and supports
many other Jewish causes
here and in Israel.

-

Dr. Hamburger has
combined his interest in
Israel with community
cultural activities of note:
in 1972 he was chairman of
the committee which
brought the Israeli Phil-
harmonic Orchestra to
Detroit and he is chairman
of the 1976 Balfour Concert
Committee.

Dr. Hamburger, a native
Detroiter, practices as a
consultant in thyroid di-
seases in Southfield. He has
authored five textbooks and
more than 60 papers on the
subject and has lectured
extensively in the United
States and abroad.
His professional affilia-
tions include the American
Board of Internal Medicine,
the American College of
Physicians, the American
Thyroid Association, the
Endocrine Society and the
Society of Nuclear Medi-
cine.
In addition to his present
post of president, he has
served the Oakland County
Medical Society as secre-
tary, editor of the bulletin,
chairman of the mediation
committee and member of

Father
Is Newest Olim

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Ar-
yeh Dulzin, president of the
World Union of General
Zionists and Treasurer of
`he Jewish Agency, met a
sw immigrant at the Ben
Gurian airport recently. It
was his own father, Moshe
Dulzin.
The latest Israeli immi-
grant is an 84-year-old vet-
eran Zionist, a founder and
former president of the
Mizrachi organization in
Mexico. The elder Dulzin
will be living in Jerusalem.

GERDA KLEIN

the board of directors.

Meanwhile, three Israel
Bond activities are sched-
uled for the coming week.
On Tuesday, Cong. Bnai
David will honor Ruth
Sosin on behalf of the
State of Israel Bond Cam-
paign 6:30 p.m. in the so-
cial hall.

Mrs. Sosin, who will be
honored as the congrega-
tion's woman of the year,
will be presented with the
Israel Bonds "Shalom
Award."
Gerda Klein, a Holocaust
survivor and an active mem-
ber of the Buffalo, N.Y.,
Jewish community, will be
guest speaker.
For reservations, call the
synagogue, 557-8210, or the
Bond office, 968-0200.

DR. JOEL HAMBURGER

Central Command of the
Israel Defense Forces, will
be guest speaker.

. ROBERT M. EVANS

For reservations, call
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hillel,
851-6880, or Bonds..

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Cong. Bnai Moshe will
be the scene of the Bnai
Brith Centennial Lodge
dinner on behalf of Israel
Bonds 6:30 p.m. Wednes-
day. Robert Mayer Evans,
former correspondent and
bureau chief for CBS
News in Moscow, will be
guest speaker.

The dinner will pay trib-
ute to Art Schott, past pres-
ident of the lodge. He will be
presented with a "Solidarity
Award" on behalf of Bonds.
For reservations, call Bonds.
Cong. Beth Abraham-Hil-
lel will have a dinner-dance
to benefit the Bond cam-
paign 6:30 p.m. Thursday in
the synagogue's social hall.
Irwin Klar, president, will
be honored. Klar will be pre-
sented with the State of Is-
rael's "Koah Award."
Maj. Gen. Yona Efrat,
commander in chief of the

Detroit Mizrachi
Group Will Meet

Dr. Rafael Schneller, Is-
raeli educator and author,
will be the guest speaker at
a general meeting of the Re-
ligious Zionists of Detroit-
Mizrachi 8 p.m. June 27 in
the party room of the Lin-
coln Terrace Apts.
Dr. Schneller, director of
the Teachers Seminary at
Givat Washington and
chairman of the committee
of certification of teachers
at Bar-Ilan University in
Israel, has served as super-
intendent of teacher train-
ing for the religious school
system in Israel. He has
written extensively in the
educational field. His topic,
will be "Confrontation of
Religious Youth with Mod-
ern Scientific Theories."
The public is invited, and re-
freshments will be served.

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