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October 07, 1977 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 7, 1977 43

Adat Shalom, Bonds Will Honor Goldsmiths; Torczyner at Parlor

A leadership reception in
American Section of the
advance of the Adat Shalom
World Jewish Congress.
'Tribute Dinner honoring
The Goldsmiths will be
Mr. and Mrs. Max (Alice)
honored by Adat Shalom
Goldsmith will be held 8
Synagogue Oct. 23. in the
p.m. Tuesday in the Frank-
synagogue social hall. The
lin home of Mr. and Mrs.
event will begin with a cock-
Robert Ruch.
tail reception at 6 p.m.. fol-
Guest speaker at the
lowed by dinner at 7.
6-event. held on behalf of
The Goldsmiths will
State of Israel Bonds. will
receive Israel's United
be Jacques Torczyner, a
Jerusalem Award. "in
leader in the Zionist move-
appreciation for their many
ment for more than 30
years of service and dedica-
years. - Torczyner served
tion to their synagogue, the
five consecutive terms as
Israel Bond program and
went of the Zionist. other Jewish and communal
Azation of America causes."
and was chairman of the
Goldsmith. a manufac-
turer's representative. is a
The Entertainer
past president of Adat Sha-
pianist with Soprano &
lom
Hillel Day School and
Baritone available for
Crescent Shrine Club. He is
parties, clubs and orga-
a past master of Craftsman
nizations, etc. popular
& classical music.
Lodge of the Masons and a
member of thv, executive
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MR. AND MRS. MAX GOLDSMITH

council of the United Syna-
gogues of America.
The honoree is also a
member of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis of Greater
Detroit. American Society
for Technion. the Zionist
Organization of America.
United Hebrew Schools. and
Marshall Suburban Lodge of

Bnai Brith. He has been
active in both the Israel
Bond campaign and the
mercantile division of the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Alice Singer Goldsmith. a
former elementary science
teacher. is the founder and
first president of the Detroit
Science Club (for profes-

Mrs. Silver and Mrs. Kaufman
Given Balfour Concert Roles

Announcement was made
this week by Dr. Lester
Zeff, chairman of the
annual Balfour Concert,
that Anne Silver and Lillian
Kaufman will serve as
Golden Sponsor and pub-
licity chairman and hano-
rary chairman, respec-
tively, for the annual event
of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit to be held 8 p.m.
Nov. 6 at Ford Auditorium.
The guest artist will be
Metropolitan Opera tenor
Misha Raitzin. The opera
star has appeared with the
Moscow and Leningrad
operas and was a frequent
soloist with the Moscow
Philharmonic.
He went to Israel in 1972
and soon became the lead-
ing tenor with the Tel Aviv
Opera. He appeared as
soloist with the Israel Phil-
harmonic Orchestra.

Raitzin made his Ameri-
can debut in 1975 in "Boris

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Detroiters Ruth K. Broder
and Barry Yaker are co-
chairmen of the Regional
Leadership Conference of
the United Jewish Appeal's
East Central Region. sched-
uled for Oct. 21-23. Michael
Pelavin of Flint is confer-
ence chairman.
Some 400 Jewish commu-
nity leaders from Ohio.
Indiana, Michigan and Ken-
tucky will meet in Cincin-
nati for the four-state area's
first regional conference.
The conference is
designed to help community
chairmen plan all-out cam-
paigns reaching every Jew-
ish adult in their commu-
nities in a total campaign
effort, Mrs. Broder said.

for United Foundation; a
life member of Hadassah
and American Mizrachi
Women, and the founder of
the Michigan Region of Con-
servative Sisterhoods. Mrs.
Goldsmith is also a member
of Magan David Adorn,
ZOA. Friends of Hillel Day
School and the Jewish Com-
munity Center. The honoree
has been active in the Israel
Bond program and the USO.

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Mrs.. Silver stated that a
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ZOD program have enrolled.
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tickets, call the ZOD, 569-
1515.

prime minister of Israel,
will deliver the keynote
address at the conference
dinner on Oct. 22. Other fea-
tured speakers include UJA
National Chairman Joel
Breslau, Prof. Leonard Fein
of Brandeis University and
Dr. William Korey, director
of the Bnai Brith United
Nations office.
Joining Mrs. Broder and
Yaker as co-chairman are
Mel Schulman of Cincinnati
and Janet Brody of Young-
stown, Ohio.

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The Cincinnati meeting
aims to encourage local
leadership to play a more
important role in national
UJA planning and policy, to
broaden the base of support
for Israel's people and the
UJA and to provide the tools
for stimulating continuous
community fundraising
motivation.

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