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September 26, 1980 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-09-26

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38 Friday, September 26, 1980

The ordinary true, or
purely real, cannot be the
object of the arts. Illusion on
a ground of truth, that is the
secret of the fine arts.
—Joubert



THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sponsor Enrollment Luncheon Women's ORT, Maimonides
for Women to Benefit Bonds Auxiliary Join for Auction

A sponsor enrollment
luncheon, on behalf of the
national honorary societies
of State of Israel Bonds, will

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be hosted by Margie Kras-
nick noon Oct. 7 in her Hun-
tington Woods home.
The luncheon will be
geared toward independent
top-level purchases of Israel
Bonds by women. These
purchases, beginning with
the regular sponsor cate-
gory of $1,500, entitle the
subscribers to membership
in the national honorary
societies. New members
will be presented with spe-
cial pins designed exclu-
sively for the National Is-
rael Bond Women's Di-
vision by Israeli artist
Samuel Bak.
Other sponsor categories
are: Jerusalem Sponsor,
$3,000; Golda Meir Club,
$5,000; Diamond Trustee,
$10,000; and Prime Minis-
ter's Club $25,000.
The sponsor event will be
a prelude to the
community-wide "Bond Be-
tween Us" Luncheon honor-
ing Doreen Hermelin Oct.
22 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek.

Region,
Michigan
Women's American ORT,
and the Maimonides Medi-
cal Society Auxiliary will
join for an antique and es-
tate jewelry auction 7:30
p.m. Saturday at the Hud-
son's downtown store, 13th
floor.
The evening will include
an open bar, hors d'oeuvres,
cheese and wine, dessert,
coffee and free valet park-
ing. Proceeds will benefit
the ORT school building
project.
Suzie Walters is chair-
man of the region's school
building project. Barbara
Weisberg is president of the

region. Cory Gillman is
chairman of the ORT execu-
tive committee.
For ticket information,
call the ORT office, 355-
9151. There is a charge for
the evening.

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their daughter, Lynn, to
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verman of Southfield. -
A November wedding is
planned.

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Tea Sets & Tableware
****************+

Detroit Chapter, Ameri-
can Parents of American Is-
raelis (APAI)', will meet
1:30 p.m. Sunday at the
Morris Branch of the Jewish' -
Community Center.
Roz Roth, president of the
Philadelphia Chapter and
recording secretary of the
national executive commit-
tee, will describe the activi-
ties of the Philadelphia
Chapter and the national
organization.
The public, including
parents of Americans in Is-
rael and persons con-
templating aliya, are in-
vited.
For information, call
Esther Tal, 661-1084; or
Harmon Bayer, 626-5029.

TENDER
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WHOLE

State Supreme Court Jus-
tice Charles Levin, an inde-
pendent, has received the
endorsement of the Michi-
gan AFL-CIO. The union
group traditionally
endorses only Democratic
candidates.
William Marshall, state
president of the AFL-CIO,
said Levin "has been a
friend of ours" in labor cases
and said Levin "has written
some of the most beautiful
opinions and has one of the
best legal minds on the
court."

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