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July 11, 1980 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 11, 1

44

Bonds Planning Holiday Appeal

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Orthodox, Conservative
and Reform synagogues in
Metropolitan Detroit have
been asked to embark on a
massive $100 million High
Holy Day campaign for
State of Israel Bonds.
"We must make this High
Holy Day Appeal the most
successful in the 30-year
history of the Bond Organ-
ization," said Max Sosin,
chairman, of the appeal. "It

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is vital that we give both
moral and economic support
for a united Jerusalem and
a strong Israel.
"The theme of the High
Holy Day Appeal —
Jerusalem United
Forever — must be a ral-
lying cry for Jews to aid
their brothers and sisters
in Israel, not just spiritu-
ally but materially. Only
a strong Israel can keep a
united Jerusalem as the
eternal capital of the
Jewish people and con-
tinue the economic up-
building of the country
for peace."
Congregations which
take part in this High Holy
Day effort will receive spe-
cially designed leatherette
folders containing the
blessings which are recited

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Orchard Mall will hold
its summer sidewalk sale
today through Sunday dur-
ing regular mall hours. Free
helium filled balloons will
be given out daily; a mys-
tery shopper will be fea-
tured; Geri the Clown and
her puppets will entertain
1-3 p.m. today and on
Saturday, The Tattoo
Players will present two

MAX SOSIN

before and after reading the
Torah. These folders, de-
signed expressly for Israel
Bonds, can be kept to serve
as a permanent reminder of
the congregation's com-
mitment to the support of
Israel's economic future.

Youth News

BETH ABRAHAM
HILLEL MOSES' Dor
Chadash youth group will
hold a car wash 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Sunday and July 20 at

Three Young Israel Teens
Win Jerusalem Scholarships

Three members of De-
troit's Young Israel Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth were
among 10 students
nation-wide who have been
awarded $1,000 schol-
arships by the World Zionist
Organization for Torah
study in Jerusalem.
The Detroit area reci-
pients are Lynn Eisenberg,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Sanford Eisenberg of Oak

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musical shows: "Goldie and
the Bears" at 1 p.m., and
"Hansel and Gretel" at 3
p.m. Mall hours are 10
a.m.-9 p.m. today, 10 a.m.-6
p.m. Saturday and noon-5
p.m. Sunday.
* *
Louis G. Redstone
Associates, Inc. has an-
nounced the election of the
following officers by its
board of directors: Louis G.
Redstone, chairman of the
board; Leo G. Slur'
president; Daniel Redsti _
vice president and trea-
surer; Samuel Redstone,
secretary; and Alfred J. Git-
tlernan, director of opera-
tions.
* * *
Louis I. Zuckerman of
Farmington Hills, one of 25
elected members of the
Agents Advisory Council
representing New York Life
Insurance Co.'s sales force
of 12,000, was in New York
recently to confer with the
company's top executives on
marketing programs and
policyowner services.

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CLOSING FOR THE SUMMER

ESTHER AND ESTELLES

Physicians Tour
to Israel and
Seminar Slated

American Physicians Fel-
lowship will sponsor a
14-day escorted Israel tour
Oct. 4-17, combined with a
seminar on oncology, led by
Isaac Djerassi, winner of the
Lasker Award.
The seminar includes
specially planned lectures
by world renowned' experts
Izzy's Union 76 gas station, in oncology.
Members of the faculty
Middlebelt Road and
Northwestern Highway. To include: Dr. Edward J.
volunteer, call Sima Ab- Beattie, Jr. of Memorial
Sloan-Kettering Cancer
ramovitz, 356-6282.
Center, New York; Dr.
Joseph Bertino, professor of
medicine, Yale University;
Dr. Baruch Blumberg of
Philadelphia, Nobel
Park; Anita Lowenberg, Laureate; Dr. Emil J.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freireich, Anderson Insti-
Martin Lowenberg of tute, Houston, Tex.; Dr.
Southfield; and Lenny Katz, Mortimer B. Lipsett, direc-
son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward tor, clinical center, Na-
Katz of Oak Park.
tional Institute of Health,
The girls will study at Bethesda, Md.
Gold College for omen.
Sixteen points in AMA
Katz will study at Category I credit is given for
Jerusalem Torah College complete seminar
for Men.
attendance.
For information, call Dr.
Esther Broner
Bernard Weston, 353-5660.

Esther and Estelles

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Business Briefs

Prof. Esther Broner,
author of five books and an
-associate professor in
Wayne State University's
English department, has
been selected as a delegate
from the United States to
the United Nations Insti-
tute for Training and Re-
search (UNITAR) which
meets in Oslo, Norway,
through Sunday.
The theme of the confer-
ence is "The Creative
Woman in a Changing
Society." There will be dele-
gates from 35 nations.
Dr. Broner also will par-
ticipate in the World Con-
ference of the United Na-
tions Decade for Women in
Copenhagen, Denmark,
July 14-24. Rosalyn Carter
heads the U.S. delegation
and Aliza Begin, the Israeli
delegates.

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