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March 06, 1981 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, March 6, 1981

Marion and David Handleman Are Named Annual
JNF Honorees Marking the Fund's 80th Anniversary

David and Marion Hand-
leman, leaders in Detroit's

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services, have been named
the 1981 honorees of the
Jewish National Fund, on
the occasion of the fund's
80th anniversary to be
marked in Israel and
throughout the world.
The honor awards will be
presented to the Handle-
mans at the annual dinner
of the JNF Council of De-
troit to be held June 24 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. -
Selection of the Handle-
mans for the coveted honor
was announced this week by
Ruben Isaacs, president of

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MARION HANDLEMAN

the Jewish National Fund
Council of Detroit.
"The important event,
marking the founding of
the Keren Kayemet l'Is-
rael, the Jewish National
Fund, 80 years ago, un-
ites Jewry and the selec-
tions we have made for
the annual event here
lend significance to a
great occasion," Isaacs
said. "The eminence of
the honorees pursues a
tradition of linking the
traditional and the
pioneering Zionist fund
with the most dedicated
in our community.
"Marion and David Hand-
leman are in the measure of
the highest goals of Jewish
national redemption and
personify the significance of
the efforts in providing sup-
port for Israel through the
agencies serving the aims of
redemption."
Mrs. Handleman shares
with her husband the major
roles in communal tasks.
She has guided Temple
Beth El women and associ-
ates in the causes of her. af-
filiation.
When she is not spending
the winter in Palm Springs,
Calif., Mrs. Handleman in-
volves herself in the efforts
of the board of the Jewish
Community Center, the
advisory board of the
Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and the Meadowbrook Gal-
lery at Oakland University.
She is the president of the
gallery.
_


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DAVID HANDLEMAN

She also is a physical
fitness instructor at the
women's health club- of
the • Center and has
served the club as an
advisory director. .
She previously served on
the boards of the National
Council of Jewish Women,
Sinai Hospital Guild and
the board of Drawing and
Print of the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts.
Handleman, meanwhile,
serves in the top posts of
Jewish leadership in the
community.
He is the former general
chairman of the local Allied

Miss Landau
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Jewish Campaign, chairs
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion policy committee, holds
membership on Federa-
tion's executive committee,
is a vice president of United
Jewish Charities, member
of Federation's cash mobili-
zation committee, serves
with the Jewish Commu-
nity Foundation, is a trus-
tee of the National Jewish
Hospital in Denver, is a
member of the board of
HIAS and the Council, of
Jewish Federations and is a
trustee of the American
Jewish Committee.
In the general commu-
nity, Handleman is on the
boards of United Found-
ation, Friends of Modern
Art at the Detroit Insti-
tute of Arts, Interlochen
Music Camp and Detroit
Symphony Orchestra. He
also is a patron member
of the DIA Founders
Society and a trustee of
Oakland University.
Socially, he holds mem-
bership in Franklin. Hills
Country Club, Detroit Club,
Renaissance Club, Seven
Lakes Country Club and the
Racquet Club, the latter two
in Palm Springs.

Mordecai Ben-Porath Guest
of Histadrut Drive Sunday

The Israel Histadrut
Campaign of Metropolitan
Detroit will present as guest
speaker at its rally 10:30
a.m. Sunday at the Labor
Zionist Institute, 25900
Greenfield, Oak Park, Mor-
decai Ben-Porath, co-
chairman of the World
Executive of the World
Organization of Jews from
Arab Countries.
Born in Iraq, Ben-Porath
immigrated to Israel with
his family in 1945, when he
fought in the War of Libera-
tion at Latrun and Lod-
Ramieh.
In 1949, he was sent to
Iraq, where he stayed until
1951, to organize the immi-
gration and illegal escape to
Israel and succeeded in
bringing over 120,400 de-
prived Jews in "Operation
Ezra and Nehemiah." Dur-
ing the course of his mis-
sion, he was caught three
times and escaped to re-
sume his activities, but he
was caught a fourth time,
tortured and escaped to Is-
rael.
On his return to Israel,
he entered Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem and
was graduated with a de-
gree in political science.
In 1965, he left the Labor
Party wing Mapai with
David Ben-Gurion, Yitzhak
Navon, Moshe Dayan, Shi-
mon Peres and others and
together they formed the
Rafi Party. He was elected a
member of the Knesset on
the Rafi list.
Ben-Porath has served as
deputy speaker of the Knes-
set and member of the
Knesset committees on:
foreign affairs and security,
state control, constitution,
law and justice. He has also
served as deputy

secretary-general of the
Labor Party and in 1977 be-
came a member of the Israel
Mission to the United Na-
tions.
In February 1979, he was
sent by the executive of the
Jewish Agency and the
prime minister on a rescue
mission, to help Jews leave
Iran.
Ben-Porath heads the
new Movement for Social
and Zionist Revival.
Refreshments will be
served, and the public is in-
vited.

Mr. and Mrs. Louis H.
Landau of Oak Park an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Maureen
Havon, to Steven Broder,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Broder of Southfield.

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Miss Landau attended
Wayne State University.
An early spring wedding
is planned.

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