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September 01, 1978 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-01

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Friday, September 1, 1918 45

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Achim Sets Reception in Advance of Bond Event

Amos
Ambassador
Ganor, director of personnel
for the Israel Ministry for
Foreign Affairs, will speak
at a leadership reception in
behalf of State of Israel
Bonds at the Farmington
Hills home of hosts Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Nosanchuk 8
p.m. Sept. 12.
The reception will be held
in advance of the annual
Cong. Beth Achim-Israel
Bond Tribute Dinner,
scheduled for 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 26 at the synagogue.
`Honored at the dinner will
be congregation members
May and Max Nosan-
chuk of - Southfield,
recipients-elect of the State

FLINT
NEWS

AMOS GANOR

of Israel's 30th Anniversary
Award.
Ganor, a member of Is-
rael's diplomatic corps, was

named Israel's envoy to
Liberia in August of 1973.
When the government of
Liberia severed relations
with Israel later that year,
he was appointed a consul of
information and cultural af-
fairs at the Consulate Gen-
eral of Israel in New York
where he later served as de-
puty consul general.
A career officer in the
Israel • Ministry for
Foreign Affairs since
1957, Ambassador Ganor
began his service abroad
the following year, repre-
senting his country for
four years at the Consu-
late General of Israel in
Montreal, Canada.

Bond's Ambassadors Society
Launch High Holiday Drive

Born and educated in Tel
Aviv, Ambassador Ganor
took part in Israel's War of
Independence and served
for four years in Israel's De-
fense Forces. Upon his dis-
charge in 1952, he enrolled
in the Tel Aviv School of
Law and Economics from
which he received his B.A.
degree in Economics. Dur-
ing his period of service at
Israel's Consulate in
Montreal, he obtained a De-
gree in Political Science
from Sir George Williams
University.
For information concern-
ing the reception and
dinner, please call the Israel
Bond office, 968-0200, or
Cong. Beth Achim, 352-
8670.

Beth Israel Sisterhood is
sponsoring a "Back to Shul"
lunch on Wednesdy, Sep-
tember 6, 12:30 p.m. at the
synagogue. The program
will include coming attrac-
tions for sisterhood activi-
ties for the year, and "back
to shul" fashions informally
modeled by sisterhood
members.

Tuesday — Temple Beth
El Sisterhood board meet-
ing, noon; Bnai Brith Lodge
meeting, 8 p.m. at River
Valley Club House.
Thursday — FJCC
Senior Friendship Club
meeting, noon, at Temple
Beth El; Cong. Beth Israel
board meeting, 8 p.m.

Bnai Mitzva

Jeffrey Makrouer will be
called to the Torah 9 a.m.
Saturday at Cong. Beth Is-
rael.
Amy Gutowitz will be
called to the Torah 11 a.m.
Saturday at Temple Beth
El.

Flint People
Make News

Dr. Kenneth R. Gordon
has been named medical di-
rector of McLaren General
Hospital's departments of
pulmonary function and
respiratory therapy.

Gift for Carter

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
American President Jimmy
Carter will receive an origi-
nal album called "War and
Peace" from Prime Minister
Menahem Begin when he
attends the Camp David
summit next week.
The album contains 20
original prints on the sub-
ject of war and peace
painted by Israeli artists.
Worth $2,000, it was edited
by a former curator of the
Tel Aviv Museum.
There are only 190 copies
of the ablum, which was
presented to Begin at his re-
sidence on Monday. It is due
to go on public sale this
week.

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SINGLES COUNCIL will
hold a general
membership-planning
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday in
the 10 Mile Jewish Com-
munity Center. Everyone is
welcome.

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More than 150 members of the Ambassadors
Society of Trustees, a lay leadership arm of State of
Israel Bonds, returned recently from the Society's in-
augural conference in Jerusalem during which the
forthcoming High Holy Day campaign for Israel
Bonds was launched symbolically with the presenta-
tion of Israeli-made Shofars in ceremonies held at the
Western Wall. Detroiter Samuel Hechtman, second
from left,' is showing a Shofar from Rabbi Meir
Yehuda Getz, as Rabbi Pesach Levovitz, Lakewood,
N.J., left, and Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Miami, look
on. Rabbi Lehrman is brother of the late Rabbi Moses
Lehrman of Cong. Bnai Moshe.

How you're going to say ..

An Octogenarian's
Message of Faith

By JOSEPH SHAPIRO

As I approach my 88th birthday, how should I feel
Well you might say (Joe) to G-d you must make an appeal
Ask "Him" in your prayers, a "blessing" to give
So that for another year, "He" will allow you to live.

To your family and friends?

Today thank the "Lord" I have "great" wealth
G-d has "blessed" me with normal health
When we chant "Hear 0' Israel," we must not forget
That having faith in G-d . . . is our debt.

There's no need to buy cards,
stamps, envelopes and get
tired addressing them.

Buffet, Auction Will Benefit
American Jewish Congress

Michigan Region, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, will
kick-off its program year
with a dinner and antiques
auction 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the
Potomac Country Club,
West Bloomfield.
Proceeds will benefit the
organization's programs,
including efforts on behalf
of Israel, fighting discrimi-
nation, defending religious
liberty and the separation of
church and state. The AJ-
Congress supports the
Louise Wise Youth Hostel
in Jerusalem.
There is a charge. Pre-
paid reservations are re-
quired. For information,
call the AJCongress office,
357-2766, or Rose Schwartz,
Michigan Council
president, 398-8966. Lillian

Weisberg is women's di-
vision president, and Ruth
Rosenbaum regional direc-
tor.

JUST FILL OUT THE BLANK BELOW
AND YOUR GREETING WILL APPEAR
IN OUR HOLIDAY ISSUE SEPT. 29th

LZA Branch 7
Slates Dinner

Branch Seven, Labor
Zionist Alliance, will hold
its annual fund-raising
dinner 6 p.m. Sept. 10, at
the Labor Zionist Institute.
Guests of the evening will
be the Hon. G. Mennen
Williams, justice of the Sup-
reme Court of Michigan,
and Mrs. Williams.
There is a charge. For
reservations, call Frieda
Faigin, 356-7119, or Mari-
lyn Matenky, 547-0568.

A man must be a hero to
understand a hero.

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