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October 20, 1978 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-10-20

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30 Frith'

1978

THE DETROIT! JEWlilt

NIWS

Danny Raskin's

LISTENIN
POST

By MARILYN FRUMKIN

Guest Columnist

What have Leonard
Bernstein, Wilno salami,
the White House, and disco
dancing in common? The
mix were all ingredients of
one of the best Israel Bond
Leadership Conferences
ever held, according to the
31 localiteF recently re-
turned from Washington,
D.C.
Held at the Hilton during
the last three days of the
Camp David summit meet-
ing, the Israel Bond event
informed, entertained and
inspired 1,000 top suppor-
ters and people-movers of
the campaign in the U.S.
and Canada.
"Allen and I have been on
leadership conferences be-
fore," said Franka Char-
lupski, Michigan Women's
Division chairperson. "This
one was something special."
David Hermelin, Metro
Detroit general chairman,
foretold a great conference,
and so it was, with top Is-
raeli and U.S. dignitaries in
attendance, but in addition,
David and wife Doreen pro-
vided the "frosting on the
cake" that had delegates
from Maine to California

befriending Detroit's fun

group.
Everyone was welcome to
a "drop-in-and-help-your -
self open buffet" in the
Hermelin suite . . . The two
were kept busy peeling, slic-
ing and serving platters of
tomatoes, cukes, melons
and the rye bread and
salami they had schlepped
from Detroit. As a matter of
fact, Hermelin is a salami
freak; a Johnny Appleseed
of Wilno Salami. He takes
the kosher salamis along on
• his frequent trips to Israel
and elsewhere.

When Sam Rothberg, na-
tional chairman for Israel
Bonds, flew into Detroit last
winter for Hermelin's inau-
guration, David, in appre-
ciation, formally presented
him, at the luncheon, with a
brown bag supper of— what
else? — salami sandwiches
for his return flight. So
naturally when the salami
supply proved insufficient
. for the many conference
folks who visited his suite,
nothing less would do but a

telephone call to Detroit for
a fresh supply, rushed
aboard the next plane for
Washington and personally
picked up at the airport by
Hermelin himself.

Joining the Charlupskis
and Hermelins for work-
shops and salami were dele-
gates Eleanor and Norman
Folbe, Ruth and Frank
Friedman, Linda Goldman,
Beverly and Irving Laker,
Terran and Roger Leemis,
Eleanor and Selik Lessman,
Frances and Felix
Rosenzweig, Harriet and
Paul Ruza, Harriet and I.
William Sherr, Phillip
Stollman, Dr. Leon Fill,
Greta and Hy Berkowitz (of
Grand Rapids), Dr. Deanna
and David Holtzman,
Frieda and Max Stollman
and Marion and Dr. Sidney
Leib. Saturday night all
delegates attended a gala
concert at Kennedy Center
— Leonard Bernstein con-
ducting the Israel Philhar-
monic Orchestra — and
then were guests at a recep-
tion sponsored by Ambas-
sador Simha Dinitz and
attended by Bernstein.

The State Board of Edu-
cation has named Ruthan
Brodsky to the Council on
Elementary and Secondary
Education.

Dr. Thomas Roth has
been named director and
Dr. Frank Zorick, medical
director, respectively, of
Henry Ford Hospital's re-
cently established Sleep
Disorders Center.
The center is located in
the New Center Pavilion,
the former Howard
Johnson's New Center
Motor Lodge on Grand
Boulevard, east of the Lodge
Expressway.

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The weary but happy De-
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in time to join the rest of us
in watching the historic
Sadat-Begin-Carter an-
nouncement from the White
House. A perfect ending to a
weekend that had its mo-
ments of fun but mainly de-
voted to Israel's cause.
The people are certainly
symbolic of those who ex-
tend that little bit "extra,"
motivating themselves and
others to continue the
necessary and important
support of the state of Israel.

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Too elated by the experi-
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Lessmans, Friedmans,
Folbes, Lakers, Herme-
lins, and Charlupskis joined
hosts Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Kay (he's general chairman
of the Washington Commit-
tee for. Israel Bonds) at the
Pisces Disco. It was a first-
time experience for the
Sherrs, and they loved it!
The Lakers took the "best
dancers in the group" prize
(more salami?) and Allen
Charlupski gave every lady
a swing around the disco
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