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November 14, 1980 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beth Yehudah Schools Dinner
Set Nov. 23 at Fairlane Manor

The Beth Yehudah
Schools will hold their 66th
annual dinner 7 p.m. Nov.
23 at the Fairlane Manor.
Cocktails will be served at
6.
Co-Chairmen of the event
are: I. William Sherr and
David B. Holtzman. Guest
speaker will be Martin Ag-
ronsky.
This year the Yeshivath
Beth Yehudah Golden
Torah Award will be pre-
ad to David Silver for
hi great and lasting contri-
bution to the Jewish com-
munity and for his selfless
and devoted efforts t_o
Torah-true education."
Born in Poland, Silver
made his way to the
United States in 1928, and
during the past 50 years
has been actively in-
volved in community
causes. Silver is a past
, president of Cong. Beth
' Achim and a past
president of the Greater
Detroit Jewish National
Fund Council. He has
been active in JNF fund-
raising since age 15, a
total of 65 years. In the
early 1920s, he was
chairman of the JNF in
) his district and a repre-
sentative througout all of
Poland.
In 1922, Silver was the
chairman of the Zionist
Organization in his district,
and in 1925 he was asked to
organize the youth return-
ing from the Polish army,
) which he organized as a
para-military group known
as the Hashachar. Most of
these young men journeyed'
to Israel and joined the
Hagana.
In 1953, Silver served as
president of the JNF in De-
troit and was instrumental
in initiating its first annual
dinner, honoring Gov. G.
Mennen Williams and Sen.
Phillip Hart.
Silver served on the
Jewish Community Council
and worked on several of its
committees. He is chairman
for projects in the Labor
Zionist movement and is a
life member in the Zionist
Organization of America.
He served on the interfaith
committee for Christians
and Jews.
In 1971, while on a trip
to Israel with his wife,

Wins Award

otgiitt

Margaret Winkelman
will receive the Lady of
Charity Award Saturday
at the Knights of Charity
Award dinner-dance at
the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Esther, Silver dedicated
a Kupat Holim clinic and
donated a wood in Old
Jerusalem in the names
of he and his wife. In 1973,
he was honored by Israel
Bonds.
City Council of Ham-
tramck adopted a resolution
honoring Silver on Oct. 28.
Silver recently celebrated
his 80th birthday and he
and his wife celebrated
their 55th wedding an-
niversary.
The Beth Yehudah
Schools are comprised of
Yeshivath Beth Yehudah
for boys, the Sally Allan
Alexander-Beth Jacob
School for Girls and the
newly-formed Yeshiva
Gedolah, a college of rab-
binics and Judaica, oper-
ated under the direction of

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Friday, November 14, 1980 51 3

Marriages

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Swampscott, Mass. Parents
of the bridegroom are Rabbi
Harold B. Waintrup and
former Detroiter Mrs.
Waintrup of Abington. The
bridegroom's father per-
formed the ceremony.

Wendy Susan Aronson
and Daniel Isaac Wain-
trup were married recently
at the Old York Road Tem-
ple Beth Am in Abington,
Pa. The bride is the daugh-
ter of Mrs. Thelma B. Aron-
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