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June 10, 1977 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Banker in Israel for Bond Mission

Dean E. Richardson,
chairman of the board and
chief executive officer of
Manufacturers National
Bank of Detroit and Manu-
facturers National Corp., is
participating in the 1977 Na-
tional Bankers DOegation
to Israel, under the aus-
pices of State of Israel
Bonds, being held through
Sunday.
The delegation members
are guests of
the Israel
government,
by invitation
of the Min-
istry of Fi-
nance.
Richardson
and his wife,
`----ttichardson Barbara,
have joined a group of 15
bankers and industrialists
from all parts of the United

States, in a week-long look
at Israel from a banker's
viewpoint. Meeting with
government leaders and
central figures of the Is-
raeli banking industry, the
delegation is investigating
Israel's economic potential,
and discussing possible solu-
tions to the country's most
crucial economic problems.
The delegation will also
have the opportunity to per-
sonally meet with religious
le-iders of all faiths and be
escorted to historical sites
and shrines in Jerusalem
and elsewhere throughout
Israel.
Banks and other in-
stitutional investors account-
ed for more than one-quar-
ter of the $311 million in Is-
rael Bonds sold nationally
in 1976.

Inge Kramer El ected President
of Metro Detroit Hadassah

Inge Kramer recently
was installed as president
of the Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of Hadassah.
Mrs. Kramer has been
group president of two
groups, University East
and Heights, and was an
area vice president of the lo-
cal chapter. She also was
president of Sholem Aux-
iliary of the Jewish War
Veterans, board member of
Sisterhood of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and member of the
regional youth commission
of Hadassah.

Other officers are: Vice
President Coordinators, Ida
Joyrich, Annete Meskin,
Diane Klein and Marge
Saulson.
Area vice presidents are:
Leah Kaplan, Ruth Po-
dolsky, Faye Selmaar,

INGE KRAMER

Peggy Shafir, Tove Usdan,
and Mary Saidman; treas-
urer, Magda Fox; Secretar-
ies, Lilly Gottfurcht, Be-
verly Goldberg, and Edith
Stone.

Kolodney Forest Dedicated

-

Cancer Fighters
Name President

Helen Rosenberg Cancer
Fighters of the City of Hope
will install Beverly Bend-
eroff as president at the
women's an-
nual installa-
tion 8:30
p.m. June 20
at the
Raleigh
House.
Other offi-
cers are:
Benderoff NOra Kanat,
Carol Lubin, Avon Blitz and
Arlene Cutler, vice presi-
dents ; Debbie Iwrey, treas-
-urer; Faye Damraur, Mary
Cohen, Jean Eizelman and
Gwen Silverstein, secretar-
ies; and Ruth Young, bulle-
tin.

Thou shalt not bear false
witness against they neigh-
bor.
—Exodus--

member. Children from
Mrs. DeRoven's first grade
also will participate.
A music library will soon_
be established at the school
in her honor.
Arranging the program
are Toby Albert, Marcia -
Fligman, Rochelle Iczkov-
itz, Pam Opperer, Bluma
Siegel and Hanan Weizman.
Former Hillel students
and the public are invited.
Admission is free.

Yeshiva PTA Sets
Picnic and Election

WILLIAM S. HOFFMAN

to OAK PARK
BOARD of EDUCATION
June 13th

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At the dedication of the "Isadore and Edith Kolodney
Family Forest", located in the Kiryat Shmonanear the Is-
rael-Lebanon border, are, from left, Mrs. Kolodney, their
daughters, Mrs. Don Kaplan and Mrs. Al Taubman and
Mr. Kolodney.

Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Ko-
lodney recently dedicated a
forest of 10,000 trees bear-
ing their names, which was
established through the Jew-
ish National Fund. The for-
est was established to mark
their golden wedding anni-
versary.
Their daughters, Mrs.
Don Kaplan and Mrs. Al
Taubman, came to Israel
for the. dedication, which
was attended by many rela-
tives who live in Israel.
The Kolodneys have been
members of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek for 45 years and the
daughters established three
scholarships in the Shaarey
Zedek Religious School in
honor of their parents.
The Kolodneys were mar-
ried in Windsor and have
lived in the Detroit area for
over 48 years. They both
came from Russia and Mr.
Kolodney lived in Israel for
three years.
Mr. Kolodney is active in
Histadrut, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, Pisgah

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and Century Lodges of Bnai
Brith, ORT and the Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Mrs. Kolodney has been
active in JNF for more
than 40 years and is chair-
man of the special gifts
committee of Women of
JNF. She is active in the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign,
Sinai Hospital Guild,
Women's American ORT
and other groups.

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liperks!

Yeshivath Beth Yehu-
dah's Parent Teacher Asso-
ciation will hold a picnic 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at
Oak Park Major Park. Re-
freshments will be avail-
able, and there will be activ-
ities for persons of all ages.
The public is invited at no
charge.

The PTA will hold an elec-
tion meeting 8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the yeshiva building.
A panel discussion "Hype-
ractive, Learning Disabled
Children as Related to
Diet" will be led by Arlene
Weiser, Gloria Stern, Susan
Serlin and Elfa Silverman,
all members of the Oak
Park Chapter, Michigan As-
sociation for Children With

Elect

Two Michigan counties,
Jackson and Monroe, are
named for presidents.
Among those named for gov-
ernors are Cass, Mason,
Alger, and Luce.

Pd. Pot. Adv.

Hillel Will Honor Retiring Staffer

Sime DeRoven will be
honored with a special musi-
cale on the occasion of her
retirement from the staff of
the Hillel Day School 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the school
Performers include Can-
tor Louis Klein of Cong.
Bnai Moshe and the Bel
Canto Choral Society, of
which Mrs. DeRoven is a

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