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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-09-23

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38 Friday, September 23, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tam-O-Shanter Linked With Israel's Caesaria
at Club's Bond Function in Honor of Sam Rich

Births

Sept. ru—To Mr. and
Mrs. E. Barry Shuman
(Marcia Jaffe), former
Detroiters of Pepper Pike,
Ohio, a daugher. Karen
Elyse.
* * *
Sept 6—To Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Weinstein (Adrienne
Rothenberg), 5649 Stratford,
West Bloomfield, a son,
Randy Eric.
* * *
Sept. 6—To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Edwards (Ann
Weintrob ). 6848 Tamerlane.
West Bloomfield, a son,
Joseph William.
* * *
Sept. 5—To Dr. and Mrs.
Harvey Klein (Debra Lynn
Cohen). former Detroiters
of Milton. Vt., a son. Ben-
jamin Louis.

* * *

Sept. 5—To Dr. and Mrs.
Stuart J. Speckler (former
Detroiter Cindy Kaufman)
of Boston. Mass.. a daugh-
ter. Dawn Joanne.

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Sept. 1—To Mr. and Mrs.
Edward . Herman (Marian
Woertz), former Detroiters
of New York City. a daugh-
ter.. Gila Michele.

Radio Liberty May
Lose Its Freedom

WASHINGTON—Radio
Liberty's "Russian Service"
may lose its U.S. sponsor-
ship if the staff members
continue their bickering.
According to the Washing-
ton Post. new and old Rus-
sian emigrants employed by
the staion, which broadcasts
news and commentary in 16
languages daily to the
Soviet Union. have been
fighting among themselves.
The lingering feud has
brought charges of fascism
and anti-Semitism and a
court suit for defamation of
character.
According to the Post. the
charges of anti-Semitism
could erode Congressional
support for the staion's
budget. American officals
already have reprimanded
several of the station's
employees.

"The only time the aver-
age child is as good as gold
is on April • 15."
—Ivern Boyett

547-8555

Shown at the Tam-O-Shanter Country Club dinner-dance
for Israel Bonds honoring Sam Rich are, from left, guest
speaker Joey Adams, Tam president Alvin Shapiro, the
honoree and Mrs. Rich, Tam secretary and dinner chair-
man David Kahn, and Al Colman, who presented Israel's
"United Jerusalem" Award and a tribute to Rich.

ican official Good Will
Ambassador, also made the
appeal for Bonds, receiving
an enthusiastic response.
His speech describing his
experiences on his tours as
ambassador of good will
aborad for four Presidents
was spiced with a number
of Yiddish songs, recollec-
tions of his youth.
Al Colman. making the
presentation of a plaque to
Sam Rich, spoke of the hon-
oree's industrial achieve-
ments since his graduation

Manufacturer's President to Chair
Israel Bond Dinner for Richardson

Louis G. Allen, president
of Manufacturers National
Bank of Detroit and its hold-
ing company. the Manufac-
turers- National Corp., has
accepted the dinner chair-
manship of a tribute dinner,
held in cooperation with Is-
rael Bonds. and honoring

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Sam Rich, prominent
Detroiter who holds posts of
leadership in the American
Technion Society and the
American-Israel Chamber
of Commerce, became the
medium linking Detroit's
Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club with Israel's Caesaria
Golf Club.
At the Israel Bond dinner
in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Rich, at the Tam-O-Shanter,
Saturday evening, it was
announced that a set of
flags with Hebrew lettering
were presented the 18-hole
golf course here.
At each table at the din-
ner for the 200 guests, there
were reproductions of the
Hebrew-lettered flags.
The $653,000 reported in
Bond purchases at the din-
ner set a new record for
such events at local func-
tions, with Tam-O-Shanter
expected to inspire similar
events at country clubs.
An entertaining and, at
the same time, informative
address by Joey Adams and
evaluative speeches by Al
Colman and Dr. Leon Fill
marked the evening's
program.
Joey (Gedalia) Adams,
just back from a four-month
tour of South Africa and
Asian countries as an Amer-

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LOUIS ALLEN
Manufacturers' chairman
of the board and chief exec-
utive officer Dean E. Rich-
ardson. announced Merrill
Gordon, general chairman
, of the' Metropolitan Detroit

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State of Israel Bond Com-
mittee.
Richardson will be the re-
cipient of Israel's highest ci-
vilian award, the Distin-
guished Service Award, on
the occasion of the dinner,
Oct. 30, at Cobo Hall, ac-
cording to Merrill Gordon.
general chairman of Metro-
politan Detroit State of Is-
rael Bonds. The award will
be presented in recognition
of Richardson's "distin-
guished achievement in cre-
ating better understanding
among all men. encour-
aging the strengthening of
-free enterprise in all free
countries of the world, and
for outstanding support of
Israel's economic devel-
opment as a sister democ-
racy."
"A tribute committee,
comprised of the leaders of
industry. commerce and
the community is now in
formation," said Allen.
A member of the St. Con-
stantine and Helen Greek
Orthodox Church, Allen's
communal and civic affilia-
tions include trusteeships at
the Arnold Home and Chil-
dren's Hospital of Mich-
igan, and the post of direc-
tor for the Citizens Re-
search Council.
Joining Allen in the plan-
ning and execution of the
tribute dinner is Kenneth
Aird, vice chairman of the
board of Manufacturers Na-
tional Bank, who has accept-
ed the role of coordinating
chairman.
Richardson. Allen and
Aird have all participated
in National Bankers Delega-
tions to Israel.

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from Cornell University Col-
lege of Engineering. He is
president of Acorn Steel in
Detroit.
He is also on the boards
of the Technion and the
Jewish Community Center.
Colman utilized the occa-
sion to speak also about the
importance of aiding Israel
Bonds as means of encour-
aging investments to build
up Israel's economy.
Dr. Fill, as chairman of
the Israel-Bonds Prime Min-
ister's Club, reported on his

three meetings with Israel
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin on most recent mis-
sions to Israel. as well as
with Israel Minister of
Finance Simha Ehrlich in
Atlanta last week. He gave
an analysis of existing
trauma affecting Israel and
the conflicts with the State
Department and warned
that grave dangers con-
fronting Israel demand,
increased support for the
embattled state and the j
strengthening of bonds or-
partnership in assuing
Israel's security.
Dr. Fill's appeal was for
generous United Jewish
Appeal support through the
Allied Jewish Campaign as
well as backing of the Israel
Bonds efforts.
Dan Kahn, as toastmas-
ter, gave added stimulus to
the appeals for Israel
Bonds. The gathering was
greeted by the president of
Tam-O-Shanter, Alvin
Shapiro.
The sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Rich, Ron, Larry and Rob-
ert, saluted their parents
with toasts commencing the
program. Rabbi Milton
Rosenbaum of Temple
Emanu-El gave the
invocation.

Bnai Brith Activities 1

L'CHAYIM LODGE will
hold a mystery bus ride Oct.
22, meeting 7 p.m. in front
of the Southfield Civic Cen-
ter library. Dinner and
entertainment are included
in the fee. Guests are wel-
come. For information, call
Ron Adelstein,• 559-5488;
Ron Forman, 553-8818; or
Robert Franklin, president,
548-2884. The lodge is seek-
ing bowlers for its league
which meets 7 p.m.
Thursday at Strike and
Spare Lanes. For informa-
tion, call Henry Auerbach,
548-5678 or Harvey Cohen.
967-0116.

* * *

COUPLETS 5016 will hold
an art auction Saturday
with an 8 p.m. champagne
preview at Park West Gal-
leries. To volunteer, call
George Freeman, 544-1527,
or Ron Wonboy, 1-652-6386.
* * *
TIKVAH LODGE will have
its opening dinner meeting
of the season 6:30 p.m.
Thursday at the Stafford's
Restaurant in the Orchard
Mall. There will be a guest
speaker. Wives and prospecL
tive members are invited.
For reservations, call the
president. Phil Kramer, 353-
6275, or Warren Kauffman,
535-6309.

* * *

METROPOLITAN
DETROIT BNAI BIRTH
COUNCIL will meet 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the Bnai
Birth offices, 21711 W. 10
Mile, Southfield. Topic of
th6... program will lie' `ELe

BBYO Light Up Your Life."
Panelists include Bonnie
Gordon, assistant BBYO
director; Ian Alexis, Great
Lakes Council Aleph Gadol;
Holli Hart, Great Lakes
BBG Council N'siah; and
Arnold Weiner. local BBYO
director. For information.
call the Bnai Birth office.
354-6100.
** *
FRANCES SOLOVICH
CHAPTER will have a
games party and mini-auc-
tion 8 p.m. Oct. 8 at the Oak
Park Community Center.
For information, call
Helene Freedman, 398-5160,
or Charlene Green, 661-1299.
Tickets are available from
chapter members and afthe
door.
***
WOMEN ALONE CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Franklin
Pointe Apts. club house.
Guests are welcome. There
will be talk on "How to
Cope in a Couples World.'
For information. call the_
Bnai Birth Women's office.
356-0146.
** *
BNAI BRITH WOMEN'S
COUNCIL OF METROPOL-
ITAN DETROIT will hold a
delegates meeting 8 p.m.
ThurSday at the Zionist Cul-
tural Center. Linda Moss.
council president, said that
the change in meeting day
is for September only. A
coffee hour will follow.

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