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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-05-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

46 Friday, May 11, 1979

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AJCommittee's Bookbinder
to Address Detroit Chapter

The Detroit Chapter of
the American Jewish
Committee will hold its
33rd annual dinner meeting
7:30 p.m. June 5 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Hyman Bookbinder, AJ-
Committee's Washington
representative, will be
guest speaker. As Washing-
ton representative for AJ-
Committee he maintains
liaison between AJC and
government agencies,Con-
gress, foreign embassies
and representatives of other
religious, civic and human
relations agencies.
The chapter will honor its
founding members. Among
those who founded the chap-
ter in 1946 and still retain
membership are: Mrs. Sidney

Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Arnfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Baer, Mrs. Hyman C. Broder, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin L. Butzel, Mr.
and Mrs. Milton J. Doner, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilfred B. Doner, Dr.
Irving Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. Stan-
ley Fleischaker, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo I. Franklin, Mrs. Morris
Garvett, Mrs. Fred Ginsburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goulson,
Dr. and Mrs. William Haber, Mr.
and Mrs. Jason Honigman, Mr.

HYMAN BOOKBINDER

and Mrs. Clement Hopp, Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Hopp, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Kaichen, Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kasle, Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Vic-
tor Klein, Mrs. Julian Krolik,
Mrs. Lawrence I. Levi, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Lewis, Mrs. Philip
Marcuse, Ralph Mayer, Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Michelson, Mrs.
Robert J. Newman, Max Osnos,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Platt, Mrs.
Edward Quint, Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Rattner, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Rosenthal, Jr., Dr. Harry
Saltzstein, Mr. and Mrs. Nate
Shapero, Mr. and Mrs. Max.
Shaye, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Si-
mon, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard N.
Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Weiner, Mr. and Mrs. James
Wineman and Mrs. Oscar Ze-
mon.

For dinner reservations,
call the ACJ office, 965-
3353.

Remember Morrey's

Seminary Honors

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NEW YORK — Joshua
Lederberg; Nobel Laureate;
Arye L. Dulzin, chairman of
the Jewish- Agency; Frank
Manuel, historian; and
Clarence Unterberg,
philanthropist, will be hon-
ored during the 85th annual
commencement exercises of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America on
May 13 in New York City.

Heidi's Salons have great
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and Summer seasons.

Come in for a
complimentary hair analysis
with Daniel Harris,
or one of our
many creative
hair stylists.

Call 646-3212

Daniel Harris

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1083 W. Long Lk. Rd.
, W. of Telegraph
646-3212

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SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Auxiliary
President Jean Friedman
will present her year-end
report. Assisting with the
recent chapel hour at the
Allen Park Veterans Hospi-
tal were Reva Dryman, Ann
Rubin and Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour (Mary) Shulman.
Mrs. Rubin and Mrs. Dry-
man will be presented with
citations_ by the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital "for more
than 100 hours of service
work and chapel hour serv-
ice." The auxiliary will ser-
vice the Oakland Children's
Home 2 p.m. May 26. The
afternoon will be highligh-
ted by refreshments, gifts
and entertainment. To vol-
unteer, call President
Friedman, 557-1483.

* * *

LADIES DEPART-

Investing Focus
of Junior Division
"How to Make a Million,

or Investment for the Small
Investor" will be discussed 8
p.m. Wednesday in the
LaMed Auditorium of
United Hebrew Schools at
the final open meeting of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Junior Division's
1978-1979 Lecture Series.
Leading the discussion
will be stockbroker Louis
Fried; Manown Kaison, Jr.,
bank senior vice president
for personal trusts and in-
vestments; and Michael K.
Anstach; attorney and real
estate broker. Phil Liner, a
member of the lecture series
committee, will be mod-
erator.
The public is invited free
of charge.
Junior Division is the
year-round Jewish Wel-
fare Federation organ-
ization for young adults --
of post-college age
through their mid-30s,
which combines social,
service and educational
activities with fund-
raising for the Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund. New
members are welcome.

MENT OF MICHIGAN
and auxiliaries will pay
tribute to 'outgoing
President Diane Joffe at a
testimonial dinner 6:30
p.m. May 17 at the Furni-
ture Club. Cocktails and
dinner will be served.
Entertainment will follow.
For reservations, call Carol

Burke, 545-5984, or Adele
Lipson, 398-4258. There is a
nominal charge.

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chairman of the lecture
series.
For information, contact
Lilian Bernstein, division
director. 965-3939.

Delay Is Asked
on Arab-Europe
EEC Dialogue

BRUSSELS (JTA) —
Algeria has officially asked
the European Economic
Community to indefini-
tely postpone the Arab-
European dialogue which
was due to start next month.
European diplomats be-
lieve the move was moti-
vated by the split within the
Arab world over the
Egyptian-Israeli peace
treaty.

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