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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Morris Brandwine, Former JNF President,
Activist on Many Fronts, Reaches Age of 70

Morris_ Brandwine,
former president of the
Jewish National Fund
Council of Detroit, a leader
in congregational and other
movements, will reach his
70th year next Friday.
As an activist in many
movements, a former
president of Congregation
Bnai David, holder of
numerous committee posts
the Allied Jewish Cam-
Ign and a score of causes,
Brandwine rates high in
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guidance in the sponsorship
of major causes.
Brandwine came to De-
troit in 1916 from New
York. He is a graduate of
Cass Technical High School
and the University of De-
roit, earning his U-D degree
in architectural engineer-
ing. He spent most of his life
in the oil business, retiring
10 years ago.
On his birthday in 1937,
he married the former
Matilda Biber. They have
three children and four
grandchildren.
Brandwine has served
three terms as president of
Bnai David, was a member
of its building committee
and has served on its board
for 30 years. He has been
active in Israel Bonds since
its inception and was Man of
the Year in 1964.
He has been chairman of
the local chapter of the
America-Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee for 14
years and served on the na-

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tional executive board. He
is also active on the boards
of United Hebrew Schools
and the Jewish Community
Council, and with Hillel
Day School and the Zionist
Organization of America —
Detroit District.
He has served three terms
as president of the JNF
Council, and has served as
president of the JNF Foun-
dation and on the local and
national board. Mr. and
Mrs. Brandwine planted a
mile of trees along the Gaza
border in honor of their
children and in 1974 they
were honored by JNF with a
forest at Kiryat Shmona.

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Sandra Feuer Will Direct
Metro and Junior Divisions

Sandra J. Feuer has been
appointed director of the
Metropolitan and Junior
Divisions of the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund.
Ms. Feuer will be respon-
sible for the fund-raising ac-
tivities of the division. She
succeeds Bertha Chomsky,
who has left the Metropoli-
tan Division to become
assistant director of the
Women's Division, and Li-
lian Bernstein, who has an-
nounced her retirement.

Ms. Feuer was formerly
director of the Detroit Insti-
SANDRA FEUER
tute for Children's de-
velopmental learning de : fairs Subcommittee of the
partment. Prior to that she Jewish Community
was an educational spe- Council.
cialist with the Wayne _ She is a graduate of
Country Intermediate Wayne State University
where she earned a
School District.
Bachelor of Arts degree in
Ms. Feuer is a member psychology and sociology, a
of the Michigan Regional Master of Arts degree in
Advisory Board, of the - human development and
Anti-Defamation League family relations and post-
of Bnai Brith and has masters elementary teacher
served on the Urban
certification.

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House, 14400 W. 10 Mile,
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Help us celebrate our sixteenth year of serving you.
Hillel Lounge, 667 Stu-
Join us in a glass of Champagne and Hors d'oeuvres
dent Center Building.
Hillel will offer a variety
during the week of October 13 to 18.
of classes, beginning this
In celebration — Buy one pair and get
week. They include: "Tal-
mud for Lawyers and Stu-
dents of Law," 8:30 p.m.
Sundays, home of Rabbi Eli
the 2nd pair of boots, shoes, or slippers.
Finkelman, 13708 Wales,
(The price of the second pair not to exceed the price of the first pair.)
Oak Park; "Holocaust Lit-
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