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March 13, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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in Society
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The Bodzin Family
Club will meet 8 p.m. Sun-
day in the home,of Mr. and
Mrs. David Bodzin, 25175
Biarritz Cir.. Oak Park.
Young Israel of Oak-
Woods honored board mem-

Local rabbis attendim
the convention of the Rab
binical Assembly (Conser
vative) in Jerusalem are
Allan Kensky, Beth Israe
Congregation, Ann Arbor
Stanley Rosenbaum, Cong
Bnai Moshe; Hile
Rudaysky, Cong. Beth Is
rael, Flint; and convention
co-chairman Efry Spectre
Adat Shalom Synagogue.

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Balance of Power" will be
discussed by veteran Israel
Air Force Gen. Uri Talmor,
at the meeting of the
American
Technion
Society, Detroit Chapter, to
be held 7:45 p. m. Wednes-
day at the Ramada Inn,
Southfield.
Chairing the meeting will
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The Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation at Wayne State
University will have a party
8:30 p.m. March 21 at the
Hillel House, 14400 W. 10
Mile, Oak Park. Admission
is free. For details, call the
Hillel office during business
hours, 577-3459.
Hillel will participate in a
discussion with Christian,
Muslim and Jewish stu-
dents at Wayne State Uni-
versity 2 p.m. Sunday in the
Charles Grosberg Religious
Center. A portrait of the
three religious traditions
will be given.
Speakers include Rabbi

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bers Myer and Sol Man-
dlebaum at kidush' follow-
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28 for their "many years of
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URI TALMOR
tional vice president of the
American Technion Society
and member of the board of
governors, Technion-Israel
Institute of Technology in
Haifa.

Max Kapustin, Rev. Ale-
SOL YETZ-MORRIS
xander Jacobs and Imam COHEN POST AND
Muhammad Karoub. For AUXILIARY will meet
information, call Rev. 8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
William Wood, 577-3454.
Jewish War Veterans
Hillel also will partici- Memorial Home. Nomina •
pate in a United Jewish tions for officers will be
Appeal-University Di- taken. Hospital Chairman
vision event 6:45 p.m. Diana Joffe has arranged a
March 31 at the main visitation to the Ann Arbor
United Hebrew Schools Veterans Hospital Sunday.
building.
Fresh - fruit and canteen
Howard Simon, Michigan books will be distributed to
director of the American the patients. To assist, call
Civil Liberties Union, will Mrs. Joffe, 968-3253.
speak on "The Moral Major-
Patriotic Instructress
ity and Its Anti-Semitic Raye Weimer announces
Ramifications." The that the flag presentation
film, "Lies My Father Told for the Akiva Hebrew Day
Me," will be shown.
School originally slated for
There is a nominal February will be held Mon-
charge. For tickets, call the day. With the Zussman
Hillel office.
Auxiliary, the Yetz-Cohen
group will present one large
Lillian Kort
and several classroom flags
to the school.
Celebrates 80th

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Relatives and friends will
be on hand to help Mrs. Lil-
lian Kort of Farmington
Hills celebrate her 80th
birthday Sunday at the
Holiday Inn in Southfield.
Mrs. Kort's children are:
Arthur, Mrs. Annabelle
Stark of Port Huron, Mrs.
Sylvia Hitow of Saginaw,
Mrs. Nora Lazaroff of
Encino, Calif., Aubrey, Sid-
ney, Phillip, Harold and
Jack.
Mrs. Kort has 19
grandchildren and 13
great-grandchildren.

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security problems: "Uproot- meet 8 p.m. March 23 in
ing Terror" and "Nine Nar- room 13 of the Jimmy Pre-.
row Miles."
ntis Morris Branch of the
Gen. Talmor served in Jewish Community Center.,
various command and - Coffee will be served at 7:30.
staff posts and flew oper-
Richard Lobenthal, direc
ationally in three wars. for of the Michigan.
His last position was Is- Regional office of the.
rael Air Force head of Anti-Defamation League of
personnel. Talmor Bnai Brith, will speak on
attended the Technion, "The Rising Trend in Anti-
Hebrew University and Semitism Today."
currently is completing
For information, call
his PhD degree in man- Charley Silow, Monday-
agement at UCLA.
Friday, 962-9694.

Talmor was born in
Moshav Kfar Vitkin, near
Tel Aviv, where he had his
early education.
The public is invited.
There is no charge. For in-
formation, call the Techn-
ion office, 559-5190.

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