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June 23, 1978 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-23

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THE 11E11101T JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, Joe 23, 1978

JIM/

DEPARTMENT OF
MICHIGAN AND THE
LADIES AUXILIARY
will hold their 37th annual
convention today through
Sunday at the Northfield
Hilton Hotel. Convention
chairmen are Jack
Schwartz, Jay Schwartz and
Eleanor Dale-

A Record $3.5 Million in Bonds (Bnai Brith Activitie
Sold Through State-Wide Dinner

A record-setting de-
monstration of U.S. busi-
ness and financial commun-
ity participation in the
economic development of Is-
rael occurred Sunday at a
tribute dinner sponsored by
the Michigan National
Corp.
The event, the first
state-wide Israel Bond din-
ner to be sponsored by the
REMEMBER
officers and board members
THE BLUE BOX
of one of the country's major
AND EVERYTHING IT
banking institutions, pro-
STANDS FOB ON EVERY
duced a record-setting
IMPORTANT OCCASION.
Shown at the state-wide Michigan National Bank
$3,519,000 for Israel's grow-
968 - 0820
ing economy. More than 700 dinner for Israel Bonds are, standing from left, Jack
Robinson
of Perry Drugs; Gerald Hoffberger, presi-
Michigan leaders of indus-
try and finance attended the dent of the Council of Jewish Federations; David B.
Hermelin,
general chairman for Michigan of Israel
dinner, held at Kellogg
Center at Michigan State Bonds, and Bernard Weisberg of Chatham Super-
markets, last year's honoree. Seated from left are Dr.
University.
Honored at the tribute Zvi Dinstein of the Israel Embassy, honoree Stanford
C. Stoddard; and guest speaker Dr. Leon H. Reyserl-
was
Michigan
National

Corp. president Stanford C. Mg.
Stoddard, recipient of Is- leaders and has seen, first- money was borrowed from
rael's highest civilian hand, the accomplishments France to build the Hudson
WIEN YOU THINK OF
award, the Prime Minister's of its people, said, "The River tunnel connecting
Medal, in recognition of his MNB effort for Israel's New York and New Jersey.
service as an "outstanding economic development "The infrastructure of a
banker, champion of free- program will not only country is built by lenders
dom and friend of Israel."
TM ff . . .
strengthen that tiny and borrowers," he said,
Dr. Zvi Din stein, Mideastern democracy, but "and therefore,_when Israel
Economic Minister of the will also strengthen us of asks to borrow more money
Israeli Embassy in the MNB as individuals, so every year, it is not because
CUSTOM JEWELERS
United States and that, as we each finish our she is falling backward, but
LAWYERS TITLE BLDG.
Canada, presented the careers, and our lives, we because she is going for-
SUITE 105
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award to Stoddard on can say that they were ward."
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behalf of Israel.
Robert A. Gerholz,
based on the God-given
TROY
In accepting the silver principle of supporting chairman of the Board of
JUST WEST OF COOUCGE
medal, Stoddard, who has human rights."
Religious Heritage of
visited Israel, met with its
America, Inc. and former
Dr. Leon H. Keyserling, president and chairman
president of the Conference
of the Michigan State
on Economic Progress and Chamber of Commerce,
former chairman of the
made a personal tribute
Council of Economic Advis-
to Stoddard.
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ers to the President during
David B. Hermelin, gen-
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State Committees for
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address.
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acknowledged
Stoddard's
lel between Israel, celebrat-
ing its 30th anniversary, efforts and presented Stod-
anomie tor available open dates
and this country, stating dard with the 1978 State of
that even 140 years after Israel Bond Prime Minis-
8524971 or 8524736
the United States was born, ter's pin, symbolic of mem-
bership in Israel Bonds top
honorary society.

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Oak Park, Mich.

28970 ORCHARD LAKE RD.

BET. 12 & 13 MILE ROADS
Farmington Hills, Midi.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry
(Sarah) Friedman of Oak
Park were honored recently
by their children at a party
at the Raleigh House on the
occasion of their 50th wed-
ding anniversary.
Their children are: Mr.
and Mrs. Morton (Pat)
Friedman and Mr. and Mrs.
Lou (Lorraine) Popper.

Woe to the dough which
the baker testifies against.
—The Talmud

tertainment will be pro-
vided. Prospective members
are invited. For informa-
tion, call the program
chairman, Sarah Gevercer,
968-0362.
* 5 *
MAURICE C. ZEIGER
CHAPTER will have a
paid-up membership dinner
7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Franklin Pointe Apts. club
house. Dr. Bennett H. Ber-
man will speak on "Positive
Lifestyle."
* 5 *
LOUIS D. BRANDEIS
CHAPTER will hold a reg-
ular meeting 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday in the Knob-in-
the-Woods Apts. club house.
The meeting will be the oc-
casion for a paid-up mem-
bership luncheon, and dues
may be paid at the door.
Guests are invited at a nom-
inal charge. Folksinger
Janet Pont will sing Yid-
dish, English and Hebrew
songs.

Fran Kravitz to Head Local
Bnai Brith Women Region

Fran Rosman Kravitz of
Birmingham has been
named Bnai Brith Women
Midwest Regional Director.
Ms. Kravitz formerly was
coordinator for the single
young adult department
and administrator of the
travel camp program of the
Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit. She
was also coordinator of ex-
tension services for the Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation at
Wayne State University
and a policewoman with the
Ann Arbor Police Depart-
ment.
She has a Bachelor of So-
cial Work degree from
Marygrove College.
BBW's new Midwest
Region, which encom-
passes most of Michigan
and northeastern Ohio,

was formerly part of
BBW District Six._
The establishment of the
Midwest Region is part of a
reorganization plan which
is streamlining the struc-
ture of Bnai Brith Women.
Districts are being replaced
by regions which act as field
offices for the national or-
ganization, increase service
to chapters and reach down
into the membership ranks
for leadership potential.

Special Rally
for Blood Bank

The Bnai Brith Men's and
Women's Councils of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will hold a
special blood bank rally 9
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday in the
Red Cross offices, 25900
Greenfield, Oak Park.

ZOD to Install Dr. Hoffman
at Installation Wednesday

The Zionist Organization
of America — Detroit Dis-
trict will have its annual
installation-dinner 7 p.m.
Wednesday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Cocktails
will be served at 6:30.
Officers to be installed
are: Dr. Maxwell Hoffman,

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JUNE 23rd 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

METROPOLITAN
DETROIT BNAI BRITH
COUNCIL installed Ralph
Miller as president at its
39th annual installation
ceremonies last week at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Other officers are: Floyd
Bornstein, David Jaffa and
Arnold Michlin, vice presi-
dents; ,Joel F. Garfield and
Henry Gutter, secretaries;
and Irwin Alpern, trea-
surer. Certificates of merit
were awarded to Sandy
Friedman, Charles and
Diana Blauer and Ben
Lusky. A special presenta-
tion was made to Maurice
Rosender from the Bnai
Brith Foundation. David
Bittker and Milton Weins-
tein were cited for having
founded new Bnai Brith
lodges.
* 5 *
ZAGER CHAPTER will
have a petite luncheon for
paid-up members 12:30p.m.
Wednesday at the North-
gate Apts. club house. En-

Attempt on Begin?

WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— The Washington corres-
pondent for Haaretz, Joel
Marcus, says that reports
continue to circulate that
there was to be an assassi-
nation attempt against
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin in Chicago during his
last U.S. trip.

Marcus reports that sec-
urity measures were in-
that Begin's
creased,
schedule of appearances
was changed and Chicago
hospitals were put on
emergency alert.

president; Dr. Theodore
Mandell, chairman of the
executive committee; Dr.
Lester Zeff, Dr. Louis Kaz-
dan, Julian Cohen; Mrs. Ira
G. Kaufman and Dr. Sion
Soleymani, vice presidents;
Mrs. I. Walter Silver, sec-
retary; and Dr. Edward
Treisman, treasurer.
Cantor Jacob Sonenklar,
emeritus cantor of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, will present
a musical program. For re-
servations, call the ZOD,
569-1515.

Ex-Detroiter
Wins Degree

Detroit-born Rabbi Al-
bert M. Lewis of Temple
Emanu-El in Grand Rapids
was awarded the Doctor of
Hebrew Letters degree from
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
at the college's Los Angeles
campus.
Rabbi Lewis was or-_
dained at the college's Cin-
cinnati branch in 1969.

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