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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-23

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42 Friday, July 23, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dolores Gordon Will Chair
Israel Bond Women's Lunch

Dolores Gordon, a former
Israel Bond chairman for
Michigan Region of Wom-
en's American ORT and a
member of the board of the
Israel Bond Women's Divi-
sion, will chair the annual
Israel Bond luncheon-fash-
ion show Oct. 28.
The show will be preceded
by sponsor luncheons
geared toward recruiting
more women into Israel
Bond honorary societies and
supporting Israel's "Year of
Energy" campaign. Among
Mrs. Gordon's duties for the
luncheon are arranging the
sponsor luncheons and the
hostess committee.
The fashion show will
highlight collections by
several of Israel's interna-
tionally known fashion
houses, plus a selection of
haute couture and furs
created especially for this
show by Israel's top de-
signers.
Ready-to-wear clothing
made in Israel and Israeli
arts and crafts also will be
displayed.
Assisting Mrs. Gordon
are Franka Charlupski,
Women's division chairman,
Miriam Hamburger and

DOLORES GORDON

Volunteers Sought
for Family Service

Jewish Family Service
president, Joseph Garson,
and Betty Rosenhaus, chair-
man of the volunteer serv-
ices committee, this week is-
sued a call for volunteers.
Volunteers are needed to
service the elderly in the
agency's Friendly Visitors
program, and Russian and
Yiddish speaking volunteers
are needed to help the Rus-
sian immigrants coming
into Detroit.
For information on how
to become a volunteer, call
Fayga Dombey, coordinator
of volunteer services, or
Elaine Daneman, 559-1500.

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Singles Events

JEWISH COMMUNITY call Heidi Press, 643-7672,
CENTER YOUNG AD- evenings only.
ULT DEPARTMENT will
* * *
present a disco for Jewish
TEMPLE BETH EL
singles 18-35 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day at its Hamakom — SINGLES Eleventh Frame
young adult lounge — in the bowling league is seeking
Aaron DeRoy Studio Thea- bowlers for its 1976-1977
ter. The department will season. Bowling will begin
present folk singer Ron 9:30 p.m. Sept. 7 at Plum
Coden in concert 8:30 p.m. Hollow Lanes. For informa-
Sunday in the studio thea- tion or to join, call Myrna
ter. For information on Unger, 569-4726, or Milton
young adult activities or to Fisher, 559-9185.
* * * •
get on the mailing list, call
Jay Silverman, young adult
ILYSE SIMON GON-
activities coordinator, TOVNIK GUILD of the
851-7300, ext. 219.
Helen Rosenberg Cancer
* * *
Fighters of the City of Hr
MICHIGAN JEWISH will have a barbeque for s
YOUNG ADULT COUN- gles 6 p.m. Sunday at t,.
CIL will join the Jewish Oak Park Major Park shel-
Community Center Young ter. There will be games,
Adult Department for an and a nominal admission
all-day picnic at Kent Lake will be charged. For infor-
and dance at the Center - mation, call Sharon Matlen,
Aug. 8. For information or 357-5216, or Lori Simon,
to get on the mailing list, 855-9254.

Frieda Stollman, advisers;
Frances Rosenzweig, Prime
Minister's Club chairman;
Mala Dorfman, diamond
trustee chairman; Shirley
Fink, golden sponsor chair-
man; Gabrielle Karp, spon-
sor chairman; and Betty
Starkman, cash collection
chairman.
The fashion festival will
tour 60 major cities in the
U.S. and Canada. For infor-
mation on the luncheon, call
Israel Bonds, 968-0200.

SAM
BARNETT

569-1719

Local Zionists Provide Israel
Summer Studies for Students

Burdick Unopposed Republican
in Race for 17th District Office

Detroit students attending the Kfar Silver Agricul-
tural and Technical High School in Israel as a result of
scholarships from the Zionist Organization of America
are, from left, Leslie Diamond, Dennis Patchakos and
Terri Diamond.

Proceeds of the Balfour
Concert of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, to be
held this year on Nov. 7 at
Ford Auditorium, provide
scholarship- and camping
facilities for youth selected
for such travel to Israel.
This year's recipients of
scholarships to the ZOA's
Kfar Silver Agricultural
and Technical High School
in Israel are Leslie Dia-
mond, Terri Diamond and
Dennis Patchakos. Recipi-
ent of the Mollie Goodman
High School Scholarship is
Susan Lefton.
Lesli, Terri and Dennis
are in Israel for six weeks,

sponsored by Masada, the
nationwide youth organiza-
tion of the ZOA. They are
part of a group of 200
youngsters spending this
summer in Israel under
ZOA auspices.
Meanwhile, the ZOA
announced it is still taking
applications for the
1976-1977 school year at
the Mollie Goodman Aca-
demic High School in Is-
rael.
For registration informa-
tion, contact the ZOA, De-
partment for High School
Education in Israel, 4 E.
34th St., New York City,
N.Y., 10016 (212-481-1500).

Stollman Reports From Israel
on Bar-Ilan University Growth

Returning from the jects costing more than $5
commencement and annual million. Another important
meeting of the governing indicator was the size of the
board of Bar-Ilan University university's 1976 graduating
held in Ramat Gan, Israel, class. More than 1,000 stu-
last week, Phillip Stollman dents, the largest class in
pointed to growth despite the university's history,
the Israel government's cut- w,_, re graduated from Bar-
back in its support of the Ilan this year.
country's institutions of
Bar-Ilan's ability to
higher learning.
continue functioning opti-
mally despite the govern-
ment cutbacks was attrib-
uted to its success in
keeping its expenses down
while increasing effi-
ciency.
The university plans to
double the campus area
within the next decade and
is expanding its special
summer programs for over-
seas students.

Bar-Ilan

PHILLIP STOLLMAN

Stollman, who is global
chairman of the Bar-Ilan
board of governors, stated
that one indication of the
university's growth was the
completion of building pro-

Dinner

The Detroit area's annual
dinner in behalf of Bar-Ilan
University will be held Sept.
21 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Irving Nusbaum and David
Hermelin have been named
co-chairmen for the annual
affair.

James W. Burdick will be
the Republican candidate
for the U.S. House of
Representatives in the 17th
Congressional District in
November. He has no op-
position in the primary elec-
tion on Aug._ 3 and has

Bnai Brith
Activities

AHAVA CHAPTER will
have its annual "Sun and
Fun" picnic Sunday, meet-
ing 10 a.m. at the Franklin
Park Towers Apts. parking
lot, between buildings 27400
and 27500, and proceeding
to Stony Creek Park. Parti-
cipants are invited to bring
bicycles, sports equipment
and bathing suits. The chap-
ter will provide food at a
nominal cost for persons
making advance reserva-
tions. Young women age
18-35 are invited. For infor-
mation and reservations,
call Linda Levine, 354-4396,
or Judy Goldstone,
353-7466. In case of rain the
picnic will be postponed.

* *

*

Kasoff to Head
BB District 6

Herman Kasoff, past
president of Israel Lodge
and the Metropolitan De-
troit Bnai Brith Council,
was elected president of
Bnai Brith District 6 at the
district's 108th annual con-
vention in Omaha, Neb.
Michigan residents
elected to district posts were
Hy Klein of Flint, vice presi-
dent• Harold Jaffa, Nathan
Rubenstein, Louis Segal,
George Tarnoff, Louis We-
ber, all of the Detroit area,
and Sherwood Berman of
Lansing, commissioners to
Bnai Brith International.
Elected to the district
board were Dr. Bertram
Marx of Flint and David
Bittker and David Levine.
The district encompasses
the northern Midwestern
states, and central and
western Canada.

already begun a vigorous
campaign for election for
the seat now held by
Congressman William
Brodhead.
Burdick, 32-year-old son
of Circuit Court Judge and
Mrs. Benjamin Burdick was
graduated from Wayne
State University and the
University of Michigan's
law school.
He has been in private
practice since 1970 and is
special assistant attorney
general and a former assis-
tant Wayne County-
Prosecuting attorney.
He is a member of the
State Bar of Michigan, the
Detroit, American and
Oakland County Bar
Associations;_ and the
Michigan and American
Trial Lawyers Associa-
tions.
Burdick has been an in-
vestigator for the State Bar
of Michigan's grievance
board; a member of the
Michigan Regional Advisory
Board of the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith, Men's ORT and the
NAACP.
Burdick has . strong en-
dorsement from most prom-
inent Republican leaders
and has received assurance
of support from Michigan
Governor William Milliken
and Senator Robert Griffin.

Cooper Sponsors
State Resolutions

State Senator Daniel S
Cooper (D-Oak Park)
introduced two • Sena
Resolutions following tl
recent events surrounding
the June 27 terrorist hi-
jacking of a French airliner
over Greece.
One resolution calls on
the United Nations to
endeavor to protect the in-
dividual sovereignty of the
people of all nations while
the other urges the govern-
ment of Great Britain to
continue its efforts to learn
the fate of Mrs. Dora Bloch.
a dual citizen of Great Brit-
ain and Israel, whose wher-
eabouts is still unknown.

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