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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-03-23

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Friday, March 29, 1979

THE ieRbititiMil NEWS

Shaarey Zedek Women Plan
Major Fund-Raising Event

Barristers to Honor Judges

State Rep. Joseph Forbes
(D-Oak Park) will serve as
master of ceremonies.
Included in the ceremony
will be Justice Charles L.
Levin of the Michigan Sup-
reme Court; Judges S.
Jerome Bronson and
Nathan J. Kaufman of the
Michigan Court of Appeals;
Judges Victor J. Baum,
Susan D. Borman, Irwin H.
Burdick, HikU Gage, Alice
L. Gilbert, Charles Kauf-
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood members planning the man, Bernard L. Kaufman,
day-long Woman's World 1979 fund raising are, sea- Michael L. Stacey and John
ted, from left Doreen Hermelin, luncheon chairman; M. Wise of the Circuit
and Sharon Fleischman, ticket co-chairman; and Courts; Judges Barry M.
standing, from left: Diane Shekter, past sisterhood Grant, Ira G. Kaufman and
president; Ilene Nemer, ticket co-chairman; and Mary Joseph J. Pernick of the
Freedland, publicity chairman. Marjorie Saulson is Probate Courts; Judge
fund-raising chairman, and Cynthia Steinberg, sis-- David Kerwin of Recorders
terhood president. For ticket information, call the Court; Judge Lawrence D.
synagogue, 37-5544, Dr. Alice Ginott, psychologist, Silverman of Traffic and
Ordinance Division; retired
will be the guest speaker.
Judges Benjamin D. Bur-
dick and George D. Kent;
Judges Jessica Cooper,
Norman W. Feder, Marvin
F. Frankel and Benjamin J.
Friedman of the District
A meeting to form a
Dr. Henry Baum will be
Michigan chapter of chairman of the evening.
P'TACH — Parents for Guest speaker will be Dr. Shirley Leviton
Torah for All Children — Joel Rosenshein, direc- Heads NCJW
will take place 8 p.m. Sun- tor of evaluation and
NEW YORK — Shirley
day at Cong. Bnai Israel- placement for the _New
Beth Yehuda, 15400 W. 10 York City Board of Edu- Leviton of Hewlett Harbor,
Mile, Oak Park.
cation. He also is chair- N.Y., has been elected
The aim of P'TACH is to man_ of the professional president of the National
help Jewish children with advisory board of Council Of Jewish Women,
succeeding Esther R.
learning disabilities obtain P'TACH.
The public is invited. For Landa. Mrs. Leviton was in-
an education within the day
school environment. Such a details, call Libby Spero, stalled last week at the
group already exists in New 546-8271, or Ada Moseson, NCJW's 33rd national con-
vention in Dallas.
York and Chicago.
967-3728.

Group Forming Here to Aid
Major Fund-Raising Event

FASHIONS
FROM THE
INSIDE OUT

The Bnai Brith Barristers
Unit will induct members of
the Michigan judiciary as
honorary members at a
dinner 6 p.m. Wednesday at
the Kingsley Inn.

Your new spring wardrobe
deserves the shapewear of
intimate apparel from Roslyn's.

Q c61-) 116

Imimatc A-Dparcl

REP. JOE FORBES

Courts; and Federal Bank-
ruptcy Judge George Brody.

New Party Fights
Land Concessions

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Prof.
Yuval Ne'eman, former
president of Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, announced he is
forming a new political
party to fight against any
territorial concessions by
Israel.
Ne'eman, a physicist who
returned last week to Israel
after a year's sabbatical,
said he would seek to unite
all forces in Israel's existing
parties opposed to the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
agreement into a new party
to run in the next Knesset
election.
Calling the peace agree-
ment "the Purim disaster of
1979," he said it was more
serious than the "disaster"
of the 1973 Yom Kippur
War. He called on "all those
with eyes in their heads and
uncowed spirits" to join his
movement which "seeks to
save Israel and Zionism."

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Marshall-Suburban to Honor Bechek at Israel Bond Event

A long-time Detroit area
Bnai Brith leader will be
honored by his -lodge
brothers at an Israel Bonds
tribute dinner 6 p:m. April
25 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Marshall - Suburban
Lodge will honor Morton J.
Bechek, who will be.the re-
cipient of a special Israel
award in recognition of his
"service to Bnai Brith, his
community and Israel's
economic development."
Born in Russia, the hon-
oree has been a local resi-
dent for 58 years. He
attended Detroit public
schools and the University
of Detroit, where he was a
-member of the national
Alpha Epsilon Phi frater-
nity. He began his associa-
tion with Bnai Brith as a
member of AZA Chapter 63,
the first AZA chapter in De-
troit. He later joined the
Pisgah Lodge, then the
Louis Marshall Lodge,
where he has held many
posts, organized a Bnai
Brith Bowling League and
served as National Bowling
League treasurer.
Bechek is also a
member of Oakland Cen-
tury Lodge, where he
served as financial secre-
tary, and is currently"
treasurer. He is a
member of the Zionist
Organization of Detroit
and the Masonic Peifec-
tion Lodge; and is finan-

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For tribute dinner infor- 557-2900.
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JNF Honors BB Presidents

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MORTON BECHEK

cial secretary of the
Crescent Shrine Club.
Married to the former
Nina Betty Sarnoff, they
have a son, a daughter and •
three granddaughters. The
family attends Temple Is-
rael and Bechek is a past
member of its board, past
president of the temple
brotherhood, past Temple
Israel scout master and in-
stitutional representative
and is presently usher corps
chairman.
He is the recipient of a life
membership in the Jewish
Chautauqua Society, pre-
sented to him by the Temple
Israel Brotherhood.
Bechek has a life-long
interest in sports. From-
1941 to 1968 he was a
three-times-a-week gym in-
structor at the Fisher
YMCA. He also served as
baseball director at the

Presidents of lodges, chapters and units were
honored at the Bnai Brith Presidents Brunch by the
planting of 18 trees for each president by the Jewish
National Fund Among those honored were from left,
top row: Sol Goldberg, vice president of Oakland-
Century (substituting for Dave Weiner); Carl Pearl,
Marshall-Suburban; Bruce Wayne, Real Estate and
Construction; Ray Mendelson, Motor City; Berko
Zdanowitz, Downtown-Fox; Jack Fine, Louis D.
Brandeis; Ed Sitron, Detroit; Ed Skulsky, Maurice C.
Zeiger; and Oscar Tuttleman, Ivan S. Bloch. Second
row: Stephen Cooper, Barristeri Unit; Nathan Fein-
gold, Morgenthau; Sam Freedman, Einstein; Ralph
Miller, Men's Council; Henry Gutter, Couplets Unit;
Samuel Lipson, Pisgah; Sy Resnick, Israel. Third row:
Gussie Zuckerstein, Detroit; Dorothy 'Frock, Israel;
Jeannie Weiner, Tzedakah; Beverly Toren, Natanya;
Celia Mager, Marshall; Linda Levine, Ahava, and
Brenda Goodman, Zeiger. Bottom row: Miriam Rad-
kin, East Side; Shirley Karlin, Morgenthau; Belle Ru-
ben, Women's Council; Ida Kaplan, Business and Pro-
fessional; Doris Frankel, Einstein; and Shirley Diein,
Downtown-Fox.

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