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May 04, 1979 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, May 4, 1919

Grand Rapids Congregations
Join for Israel Bond Event

The

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Under the co-sponsorship
of Cong. Ahavas Israel and
Temple Emanuel, both in
Grand Rapids, a
community-wide breakfast
on behalf of State of Israel
Bonds will be held 10 a.m.
Sunday at Ahavas Israel,
2727 Michigan, N.E.
Guest speaker will be
Benjamin Hagai Steuer-
man, former president of
Benjamin Hagai Associates
Ltd. of Israel, one of Israel's
largest real estate organiza-
tions. Steuerman played an
instrumental role in bring

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GALILEE CHAPTER
will hold its 19th annual
"Night of Games" 8 p.m.
May 16 at Cong. Bnai
David. Tickets will be sold
at the door. For informa-
tion, call Marlene Wasser-
man, 968-9299; or Judy
Bernstein, 352-1121. The

An EXCELLENT FUND RAISER

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BENJAMIN
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ing Jewish refugees past the
British blockade into Israel
after World War II, and was
finally deported by the
British authorities for his
efforts in this area.
After the establishment
of the state of Israel, he
served as senior engineer
and adviser to the Israeli
Navy. He also served a
long career in the U.S.
Navy, as a frogman and
as a destroyer chief
-
engineering officer.
He is a recipient of Is-
rael's "Flame of Menora"
medal.
General chairmen of the
Grand Rapids Israel Bond
Committee are Jerry Subar
and Arthur Silverstein.
Breakfast committee
chairmen are Art Berzon
and David__ Eisenberg.
Others on the Bond commit-
tee, still in formation, are
Hyman Berkowitz, Lester
Berman, Percy Berman,
Irving Borenzweig, Rabbi
Melven Glazer, Richard
Grande, Sam Kravitz, Mari-
lyn Leven, Rabbi Albert
Lewis, Seymour Rapaport,
Dora Rosenzweig, Leonard
Roenzweig, Rosalie Roten-
berg, Maxine Shapiro,
Anita Silverstein, Edward
Silverstein, Florence Sil-
verstein, Yetta Smaller,
Geneva Smith, Judy Subar.
For reservations call
Ahavas Israel, 949-2940.

Tree Tributes
for Mother's Day

The planting of trees in
Israel is being urged as a
special Mother's Day trib-
ute by the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Detroit. A
special Mother's Day cer-
tificate will be mailed to the
woman honored with the
tree planting.
The JNF office will be
open 10 a.m.-2 p.m. May 13
for persons who wish to buy
trees on that day. For in-
formation or to buy trees,
call the JNF, 557-6644.

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chapter will present
"Shana," an original musi-
cal for the family, 8 p.m.
May 22 at Oak Park High
School. There is a charge.
For tickets call Ms. Was-
serman, Ms. Bernstein or
Paula Slomovitz, 557-1297.
OAKLAND CENTURY

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ATTENTION: FUND RAISERS

We will send you free our 1979 Jewish New Year Album.
Featuring all new designs of both traditional and contemporary
cards.

Bnai Brith Activities )-

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David K. Easlick of
Michigan Bell, Douglas A.
Fraser of the UAW, William
C. Marshall of the AFL-
CIO, Stanford C. Stoddard
of Michigan Bank Corp and
Peggy Winkelman have
been named general dinner
chairmen of the 1979 Bnai
Brith International Great
American Award Dinner.
G. Menfien Williams, jus-
tice of the Michigan Sup-
reme Court, will be the sec-
ond Lansing recipient of the
honor.
The award will be pre-
sented to Williams at a
black-tie dinner to be held
at the Kellogg Center, East
Lansing on June 3. Justice
Williams will be cited "for
his outstanding career of

All in the Family

Three members of the
Bernard Adinoff Family of
Southfield will have re-
ceived university degrees
by June — all within a span
of about three months.
Mrs. Madeline Adinoff
will receive a BA degree in
psychology from Oakland
University in June.
The .Adinoffs' son, Bryon,
already has earned an MD
degree from the Michigan
State University College of
Human Medicine, and will
pursue training in psychia-
try at Tulane University in
New Orleans, La., in July.
Daughter Cheri earned
an MBA degree from the
University of Michigan's
graduate school of business
administration.

dinner in honor of Past.,
President Ralph Miller 7
p.m. Tuesday at Cong. --
Shaarey Zedek. Cocktails
will be served at 6:30 p.m. ---
The dinner will be held in
celebration of Israel's 31st"
anniversary. For reserva-
tions, call Nate Rubenstein?
874-0750 daily, or
5755; or Dave Weiner
6093. There is a charge!

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service. to the people oe
Michigan and to the gov-
ernment of the United
States."
Proceeds from the
dinner will support Bnai
Brith's youth programs.
Lansing Lodge members
Arthur Falk, ,Richard Rad-
way, Dr. Murray Vinnick
and Marston Busch make
up the Bnai Brith commit-
tee organizaing the dinner.
The committee is chaired by
Louis Weber.

For information and
reservations, write to the
Bnai Brith Foundation, 505
N. Capitol, Lansing, Mich.
48933, or call (517) 371-
2277, or in the Detroit area,
354-6100.

Oakland Century Bonds
Event to Feature Freeman

Mickey Freeman, a
humorist_ _who played. the _
television role of Pvt. Zim-
merman in the long-run
Sgt. Bilko series, will ap-
pear at the Bnai Brith Oak-
land Century Lodge Israel
Bond Tribute Dinner 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. Cocktails will be
served at 6:30 p.m.
The comedian, who por-
trayed Pvt. Zimmerman for
nine years, has since played
engagements at major
clubs, hotels and theaters
from New York to Las
Vegas and Hollywood and
from Montreal to Miami.
The New York-born
entertainer also is known
for his creative talents as a
writer for the TV series
McHale's Navy and for his
work in TV commercials.
Honored at the dinner
will be Ralph Miller, im-
mediate'past president of
Bnai Brith _Oakland Cen-

LODGE will hold a tribute

COUPLETS UNIT will :A
hold a games night and auc-
tion 8 p.m. May 12 in the.
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. There will
be prizes and refreshments.
Guests are welcome. There_
is a charge. The unit will
have an "Out of This World"
family social 12:45 p.m.
May 20 at the Detroit Seim,
ence Center. The afternoon
will include a private laser-
beam demonstration, a
movie in the Space Theater -
and a visit to the "Please
Touch" exhibit hall. Re- -
freshments will follow. Par-
ticipants are requested tic)
meet in the orientation
room. There is a charge, and
guests are welcome.
vance paid reservations are
due May 10. For informa-
tion, call Fern Adelstein,
chairman, 559-5488; Lind_
Yellin, social services vice
president, 545-4449; or
Marilyn Weitzman, 576-
0281.

U.S. Memorial

WASHINGTON (JTA) --
President Carter's Commis,.
sion on the Holocaust an-
nounced last week that it
has approved "in principle"
recommendations from i
subcommittees that call for
the establishment of a na-
tional "museum-memorial"
to be located in Washington,:

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tury Lodge and president
of Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council. Mil-
ler will be the recipient of
the State of Israel's "Lion
of Judah" Peace Award,
"in recognition of his
long-time service and
dedication to Israel."
For dinner information
and reservations, call the
Israel Bond office, 557-
2900.

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