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May 22, 1981 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-22

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THE IVIRRISIPNEWS

Friday:May/2 1981 23

Record Response is Anticipated
at Israel Bonds Dinner May 28

David Holtzman, chair-
man of the Metropolitan
Detroit Israel Bond Organ-
ization, said on Wednesday
that a record is expected to
be set at next Thursday's
dinner for Israel Bonds, at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, in the
interest shown here in Is-
rael investments.
Ivan Block, chairman of
the dinner committee,
joined with Holtzman in ex-
pressing a confidence that is
growing with inquiries
about Israel Bonds in this
community.
Israel Ambassador to the
U.S. Ephraim Evron will be

BALE POST AND
AUXILIARY will celeb-
rate their 35th anniver-
saries at their installation
dinner 7.p.m. Tuesday at
the Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home.
Department Commander
William. Greenberg, as-.
sisted by Post Commander
Rubin Zissman, will install
the new officers.
They are: Dr. Newton
Karp, commander; Harold
Baskin, senior vice com-
mander; Sol Cohen, junior
vice commander; S Lou
Zucker, quartermaster;
Jerry Moore, adjutant;
Zissman, judge advocate;
and trustees, Meyer
Feldman, Ted Schmidt,
William Fagenson, Murray
Sterne, Phil Edelheit, Eli
Cutler, Charlotte Rosen and
Lee Hoffman.
Department Auxiliary
President Betty Spinner,
assisted by President Trudy
Bale, will install the follow-
ing: Helen Clark, president;
Shirley Goyer and Sophie
Weiner, vice presidents;
Harriet Fagenson, trea-
surer; Roberta Cohen, sec-
retary; and Florence Goyer,
recording secretary.

* * *

Memorial Rites
Set at Machpelah

guest speaker at the dinner,
which marks the start of
construction of the Israel
Interseas Waterway be-
tween the Mediterranean
and Dead Seas.
The 70-mile canal is ex-
pected to provide Israel
with 5-15 percent of her
electric power when it is
completed in 1990. It will
also open areas of the
Negev to irrigation and
'park development and
replenish the Dead Sea's
low water table.
The 10-year project is ex-
pected to cost more than
$700 million and Israel
Bonds is trying to finance
$100 million this year.
Thursday's dinner is for
Founders of the canal proj-
ect. Founders will purchase
$100,000 in Israel Bonds
over and above their reg-
ular commitments to Bonds.
The dinner will be held in
spite of a national strike by

Israel Bond employees.
Some 500 professional and
clerical employees through-
out the U.S. are on strike
against the Development
Corporation for Israel. Pic-
ket lines were established
at 70 regional offices.
The strike began last
Thursday over salaries
and fringe benefits.
There are 13 employees
on strike at the South-
field office.
One of the employees,
Marilyn Frumkin, told The
Jewish News that the em-
ployees "deeply regret" the
occurrence and hope for
speedy negotiations and a
solution in the best inter-
ests of Israel.
"Our devotion to Israel is
as vital as our own economic
needs," she said, "and we
hope there will be an early
resumption of activities to
keep the economic trends in
Israel's behalf intact."

YANKEE PEDDLER
appees; the source.

SOUTHFIELD
357-2122

Zussman Center
Is Re-Dedicated

The expanded and reno-
vated 2nd Lt. Raymond
Zussman Army Reserve
Center, located at 3200 S.
Beech. Daly Road, Inkster,
will be re-dedicated 1:30
p.m. May 31/
Brig. Gen. Charles M.
Sirhal, commanding officer
of the center, will conduct
the ceremonies. Lt.
Zussman was among the
Michigan recipients of the
Congressional Medal of
Honor. •

He that reproveth a
wicked man, it becometh
unto him a blot.

LIVONIA
522-1850

FAIRLANE
336-6388

WESTLAND
721-5410

FOR SELECTION IN FLORENTINE,

TAPERED, ENGRAVED, PLAIN, AND

Department of Michigan
and its Ladies Auxiliary
will conduct veterans
memorial services 10 a.m.
Sunday at Machpelah
Cemetery and at noon Sun-
day at Hebrew Memorial
Park. The public is invited.

* * *

TWELVE OAKS
5 349-8090

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Northeast corner 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy
Mon.. Tues.. Wed.. Fn.. Sat.. 10-6. Thurs.. 10-9

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