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July 28, 1978 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kin Plant Grove in Israel,
140th Anniversary Cited

Children and grandchildren of Dr. and Mrs.
Leonard Haking who have undertaken the tree-
planting project are, left: Steve, Amy, Tara and Vicki
Berlin; center: Morrie, Barbara, Kiley and Ricky Kap-
lan; and right: Karen, Jerry, Rachel and Billy Haking.

. .

A grove of 1,000 trees will
be planted in the American
Bicentennial Park in Israel
in honor of the 40th wed-
ding anniversary of Dr. and
Mrs. Leonard Haking.

ken by the couple's children
and grandchildren.
A certificate attesting to
the planting of the grove
will be presented to the
senior Hakings at an an-
niversary celebration Aug.
19.

The project was underta-

r

Activities in Society

In celebration of his 70th
birthday, financier and in-
dustrialist Max M. Fisher
chartered a yacht and took
the family on a cruise to 16
Greek islands.
Joining Fisher on the
cruise were his wife, Mar-
gie; and children Mary
Fisher Anikoff, Philip, Mar-
jorie and Julie and husband
Peter Cummings of Palm
Beach; Fla. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry (Florence) Switow of
Louisville, Ky., Mrs.
Fisher's parents, joined the
family.
Developer A. Alfred
Taubman joined the Fishers
for part of the cruise. Taub-
man and Fisher are among
the partners in Taubman-
Allen-Irvine, Inc. the com-
pany which paid $337.4
million for some 70,000

acres of undeveloped land in
Southern California.

Daughter Marjorie is
working on a psychology
project at the Univeristy of
Maryland.

Scout Reunion
Due in August

Members of Boy Scout
Troop 23 and Explorer Post
554, who were active from
1945 to 1950 in these scout
groups, are sought to par-
ticipate in a reunion to take
place 4 p.m. Aug. 27 in the
home of Dr. Leonard Gaba,
2580 Marcy Ct., Bloomfield
Twp.

For information, call Issy
Kleinbard, 427-0740, even-
ings, or Dr. Gaba, 338-2466.

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3

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Friday, July 28, 1918 43

ENDORSED AND/OR RATED BY:

(PARTIAL

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• Concerned Citizens Committee
• Detroit Bar Assoc./Wolverine Bar Assoc.
• Senior Citizens
• U.A.W.
• A.F.1../C.1.0. Metropolitan
• A.F.L./C.1.0. Maritine Trades
• Congressional Districts - Detroit & Wayne County
• Urban Alliance
• Public & Private Sector Security Agencies

An Oak Park apartment
manager accused by ten-
ants of anti-Semitism faces
a jury trial Monday in Oak
Park Circuit Court on an
assault and battery charge.
011ie Head, 71, is accused
of beating Francis Csillag,
76, after Csilliag refused to
leave his front porch. Ten-
nants say that Head does
not allow them to sit on
their porches, but forces
-them to sit in the back of the
buildings.
Tenants of Oak Park
Gardens apartments on
James near Greenfield,
north of the Green-8 shop-
ping center, say that Head
is abusive, has threatened
and beaten other tenants for
not following his rules.

JUDGE JAMES A.

fo

HATHAWAY

CIRCUIT COURT

No. 805

Wayne County

Pad Political Advertisement

WE GET SO FEW . .

THE JEWISH COMMUNITY NEEDS THE BEST POSSIBLE SENATOR

WE NEED . .



DOUG ROSS

Democrat for State Senate

DOUG ROSS . . . supported by community leaders.

Alice Ross, past president, Metro Detroit Coun-
cil of Pioneer Women. Victor Ross, social action
chairman, Labor Zionist Alliance. Doug Ross,
Officer, American Jewish Committee; board
member, Anti-Defamation League. Rich

Roberts, board member, Anti-Defamation
League. Louba Lupiloff, founding member, past
president, former Michigan Department head,
Jewish War Veterans auxiliary. Bess Lupiloff,
City of Hope. Harold Lupiloff, B'nai Brith.

DOUG ROSS . . . supported by community leaders.

Ralph & Ruth Miller
Dr. Myron & Ida Joyrich
Diane Klein
Susan Dubin
Lou & Tillie Panush
Betty Rath
Jack Kraizman
Robert Perliss
Joe Bale
Leonard & Donna Green
Dr. Milton Steinhardt
Charles Driker
Lewis S. Grossman
Irwin Green
Lawrence Jackier
John E. & Gilda Jacobs
Peter Alter
Charles Tobias
I. William Cohen
Lillian Maltzer

George & Mary Stutz

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Apt. Manager's
Trial Monday

Lucille Miller
Robert Nafataly
Gerald Nafataly
Al - Lupi" Lupiloff
Barbara Disner
Rosemary Reid
Harold Berry
Bea Rowe
Dr. Harold & Reah Rowe
Eugene Driker
Philip Fisher
Carl Rosman
Norman & Helen Naimark
Mark Couzens
Lou Wornow
Ben & Belle Fealk
Bert Gordon
Alan & Paula Rozner
Martin Rom
Allan Glasser
Jeffrey Jenks

Joel Gershenson
Henry Wineman
Henry & Linda Lee
Alex Kuhn
Bernard Cohen
Maida Portnoy
Ben & Elsie Harold
Judy Greenwald
Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Feuer
Bob & Marsha Rosenbloom
Zina Kramer
Frieda Faigin
Robert Rosman
Richard & Laura Roberts
Dr. Martin Jackier
Evelyn Linden
Janice Rolnick
Fred Steinhardt
Michael Shpiece
Walter & Mary Shapero
Geraldine Viedrah

Jennie Robbins
Joel Schavrien
Evelyn Noveck
Bertha Grossman
Inge Kramer
Lorelei Cohen
Marcie Feldman
Ruth Podolsky
Renee Eisenberg
Judy Kovach-Lobenthal
Ed & Sherri Lumberg
Barbara Sheperd
Blanche Lipshaw
Muriel Israel
Inid Graver
.
Beth Rosenbloom
Jonathan Jaffa
Leonard & Tillie Simms
Nathan Butromovitz
Milton & Carolyn Brand
Harold S. Jaffa

Elect

DOUG ROSS

Democrat for State Senate
. . . Because he has and will speak out for us.

Paid for by the Friends of Doug Ross. 15565 Northland Dr., Southfield. MI 48075

Robert H. Nallahi, Treasurer

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