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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-03

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22 Friday September 3, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israeli Proposes Jewish Hall of Fame

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Eliyahu Tal, a communi-
cations and public rela-
tions expert, initiated the
idea of building a Jewish
Hall of Fame in
Jerusalem, a project
aimed at educating the
world about the contribu-
tions made by Jews to

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civilization.
Tal says that the
achievements made by
Jews to the world have
been forgotten.
Tal suggested that the
build-i-rrg- -be constructed
near the Yad Vashein
Memorial or -near the
government buildings
there. He claims that
about $12 million would
be required to construct
the first 12 wings, each
one devoted to a specific
field of endeavor.
Tal, who has traveled to
Europe and the United
States explaining his
idea, maintains that rais-
ing money for the Hall of
Fame will not pose any
problem. He met, he says,
with enthusiastic in-
terest wherever he went.

PIONEER WOMEN HISTADRUT

ECONOMIC CONFERENCE DAY

Shown above are some of the speakers and committee
members who contributed to the success of the first
Pioneer Women-Histadrut Economic Conference Day held
last week at the Labor Zionist Institute. Shown left to right,
Nathan P. Rossen, co-chairman of Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation and national board member; Frieda Leemon, na-
tional vice-president Pioneer Women; Dr. Leon Kronish,
chairman of the board of directors, Israel Histadrut Foun-
dation, national leader of State of Israel Bonds and
United Jewish Appeal; Carol Rutgers Mathews, Business
and financial reporter for the New York Post and well-
known lecturer and financial expert; Ruth Miller, president
of Greater Detroit Council of Pioneer Women; Morris
Lieberman, chairman of the Israel Histadrut Campaign of
Metropolitan Detroit and member of the national board of
directors of the Israel Histadrut Campaign and Israel
Histadrut Foundation; Dr. Sol Stein, national president of
Israel Histadrut Foundation and noted Economist and
authority on Personal Financial and Estate Planning.

Drachler Morris Named to Sinai Board

of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds and a
charter member of the
National Association of
Jewish
Community Or-
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LESTER MORRIS

Two leaders in the De-
troit Jewish community
have been named to the
board of trustees of Sinai
Hospital of Detroit.
They are Lester J. Mor-
ris, president of Morris
Buick Co., Detroit, and
Sol Drachler, executive
director of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.
Morris, an attorney as
well as businessman, will
serve an unexpired term
through 1979. A former
trustee of the Jewish
Community Center, Mor-
ris holds a trusteeship

with the Jewish Home for
Aged.
Drachler succeeds his
predecessor — retired
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion executive vice presi-
dent William Avrunin — in
representing the Federa-
tion on the Sinai board.
He joined the Federa-
tion in 1964 and has
served in a variety of
fund-raising capacities.
He was named to the as-
sociate directorship one
year ago.
Drachler is a member of
the Campaign Services
Committee of the Council

Bond Committee
Meeting Planned

Men's Federation
Names Director

The Temple and
Synagogue Division of Is-
rael Bonds, Greater De-
troit Committee, will hold
a special conference 8
p.m.Sept. 16 at the main
Jewish Community
Center.
The conference's prin-
cipal objective will be
ways and means of ob-
taining broader partici-
pation by members of all
congregations through-
out the community
through congregational
dinners, High Holiday
appeals, "Shomrei Is-
rael. - enrollment and de-
velopment of new leader-
ship.
Participating in the
conference will be Rabbi
David H. Panitz of Tem-
ple Emanuel, Paterson,
N .J., national co-
chairman of the rabbinic
cabinet of Israel Bonds;
Shragai Cohen, national
director of congrega-
tional and rabbinic ac-
tivities; David B.
Holtzman, president of
the Greater Detroit prime
minister's club and
Robert A. Steinberg,
chairman of the Greater
Detroit Ambassador's
Society of Trustees.

FACTS SPEAK!

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL

Listened to the demands of the community and recog-
nized a need to open an additional kindergarten and
first grade.
We offer quality Hebrew and English education to the
children of selective parents.

For Information

call June Weinberg administrator

851-2394

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Hours: Sundays, 10-12,noon
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more than just a Hebrew school

BETH SHALOM
ELIGIOUS SCHOOL

AN INDEPENDENT CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL SCHOOL

Cyril Servetter,
Director of Education

David A. Nelson,
Rabbi

CLASSES AVAILABLE FROM

RABBI BLUMENFELD

KINDERGARTEN-SENIOR HIGH
BAR-BAT MITZVA

NEW YORK — Rabbi L.
Blumenfeld has been ap-
pointed to the newly created
position of executive direc-
tor of the national Federa-
tion of Jewish Men's Clubs,
an organization of 375
brotherhoods affiliated with
Conservative synagogues
throughout the United
States and Canada.

The main goals of Beth Shalom Reli-
gious 'School are

A 1960 graduate of the
Jewish Theological
Seminary, the 41-year-old
rabbi was spiritual leader of
Cong. Tifereth Israel, Glen
Cove, N. Y., for the past 12
years. Prior to that ,he oc-
cupied the pulpit of Bnai
Israel Temple Center, El
Monte, Calif., and served as
a chaplain in the United
States Army.

• to be able to transmit this not by
words alone, but by examples to the
next generation.

Industry for Tefen

TEL AVIV — To meet the
greatly increased' domestic
demand for high tension
insulated electronic ceram-
icware, which until now has
been imported, Koor Ce-
ramics proposes to erect a
plant in Tefen Industrial
Park in Galilee, where two
other Koor factories are
under construction. By
1980, market research has
shown, there will be a local
market for at least 1600
tons of the products.

• to turn children on to Judaism

• to know where they come from,
where they are, and where they are
going

• to be knowledgeable, committed,
feeling Jews

FOR INFORMATION
CALL 547-7972.

We will be happy to arrange a visit to our
school and/or to have a parent' with like age
children contact you with more specifics.

Reduced Rates to Synagogue members. Syn-
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