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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-10-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 9, 1981 51

Bnai Brith Activities

HUNTINGTON WOODS
CHAPTER will have a
paid-up membership dinner
7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 in the
home of Thelma Victor,
10535 Vernon, Huntington
Woods. Dues may be paid at
the door. For required re-
servations, call Diana Katz,
967-0548; or Elaine Glenn,
968-0533.

LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will have a
luncheon - meeting noon
Thursday in the Zionist
Cultural Center. A "Corn-
muniteas" program will be
presented by ShelbY
Tauber, Shirley Harris and
Beverly Baker. Guests are
welcome. There is a nomi-
nal charge for lunch.

Soviet Jewry Committees
Pay Tribute to Brodhead

Congressman William Brodhead (D-17th District),
left, was named "legislator of the year" by the Na-
tional Union of Councils for Soviet Jews. Pictured
with Brodhead is Jerry Rogers of the Detroit Commit-
tee on Soviet Jewry who presented the Congressman
with a painting as gift in recognition of his selection.

August Aliya Up 16.5 Percent

NEW YORK — Jewish
emigration (aliya) to Israel
from North America in-
creased 16.5 percent in Au-
gust, thus continuing an
upward trend which began
earlier this year, according

to Israel Aliya Center.

Some 379 American Jews
emigrated to Israel in Au-
gust of 1981, as compared'
with 325 during the same
period last year.

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MR. & MRS. DAVID BACHAIOV

SHERRI, ABBY & MARK

wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

tizrizn rime: rotr5

MR. & MRS. IMRE FLEISHER & MOTHER

wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

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Wishilig all our friends and
relatives a year of health
and happiness

THE WILSONS

ED, LINDA, SCOTT, MARK, LISA & STACY

ISRAEL CHAPTER
will present "Mama Loves
Littman's," an original
Yiddish comedy by Lil
Sklar, 8:30 p.m. Thursdays
at Southfield - Lathrup
High School. Refreshments
will be available. For tic-
kets, call Marcella Roth,
356-6378; Ann Fishman,
559-5449; or Ruth Blum-
berg, 559-3874.

• • *

IVAN S. BLOCH

CHAPTER will have a
surprise program at its next
meeting 8 p.m. Thursday at
the Willow Park Apts. club
room.

TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER FOR WORKING
WOMEN will meet 7:30
p.m. Oct. 22 at the Preston
Burke Gallery in the Everg-
reen Plaza, Southfield.
Guests are welcome. For de-
tails, call Elaine Beresh,

• • •

356-5648; or Marilyn Mer-
dler, 559-7073.

•• •

DETROIT LODGE will
have a dinner- meeting 6:30
p.m. Oct. 26 at the Sveden
House, Farmington. Guest
speaker will be Rabbi Irwin
Tannenbaum, coordinator
of the Jewish Prisoner Pro-
ject at Jackson Prison. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call Larry Bogrow,

Banker Craighead to Receive
Bnai Brith President's Medal

The Bnai Brith Founda-
tion of the United States
will honor, Rodkey
Craighead, former chair-
man and chief executive of- -
ricer of the Detroitbank
Corp., and its principal sub-
sidiary the Detroit Bank
and Trust, with its Presi-
dent's Gold Medallion for
Humanitarianism.
Presentation of the award
will be made at a banquet
Nov. 17 in the Renaissance
Ballroom of the Detroit
Plaza Hotel.
Proceeds of the banquet
will be used to help support
Bnai Brith's youth services
— Hillel foundations on 400
college campuses and the
Bnai Brith Youth Organi-
zation serving over 35,000
teenagers.
In Michigan, there are
active Hillel foundations
at Wayne State Univer-
sity, the University of
Michigan and Michigan.
State University. There
are 1,200 teenagers in the
metropolitan Detroit
area that are members of
the Bnai Brith Youth Or-
ganization.
Craighead began his
banking career in 1936 as a
messenger at the Mellon
National Bank in
Pittsburgh. After army ser-
vice in World War H, he was
employed as a credit analyst

at The Detroit Bank-
predecessor of Detroit Bank
and Trust. He became pres-
ident in 1974 and chairman
in 1977. He held that posi-
tion until his retirement in
August.
Craighead is Chairman of
New Detroit, Inc., a director
of Winkelman Stores, Inc.,
Detroit Renaissance, the
Detroit Economic Growth
Corp. and is a vice chairman
of the Greater Detroit
Chamber of Commerce and
the Economic Club of De-
troit. He is also a director of
the Detroit Symphony Or-
chestra, the United Found-
ation and serves on the
Michigan executive com-
mittee of the United Negro
College Fund.
Jack J. Spitzer, president
of the Bnai Brith Interna-
tional, will present
Craighead with this award
"for his distinguished and
enduring contributions of a
humanitarian nature to the
city, the state and the na-
tion."
The local Bnai Brith
Foundation chairman for
this event is David L. Bitt-
ker. Associate chairman is
Ernest Shaw, and Louis
Weber is the honorary
chairman.
For information and re-
servations, call Bnai Brith
Foundation, 552-8070.

Simons to Receive Award
at U-D Reunion Dinner

Leonard N. Simons will
receive the University of
Detroit's 1981 Honorary
Alumnus Award during its
annual alumni reunion
dinner-dance Oct. 24 at The
Roostertai I .
Simons, who co-founded
the advertising agency now
known as Simons - Michael-
son - Zieve, Inc., has been a
long-time supporter of the
university and its library.
He spearheaded the fund-
raising efforts enabling a
Jewish Studies Chair to be
established at U-D.
Simons recently celeb-
rated his 60th anniversary
in advertising, work he
combines with numerous
civic and philanthropic ac-
tivities. He is a board
member and founder of
Sinai Hospital of Detroit, an
honorary chairman of the
Greater Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and

557-1482; or David Silvers-
tein. 569 - 6117. There is a
charge. Non-members are
invited.

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY. HEALTHY

NEW YEAR
DR. & MRS. DON FREEDLANDER
& FAMILY

I WISH MY FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY, HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

MRS. HELEN FREEDLANDER
POMPANO BEACH, FLA.

NE

DUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

KAGGIE & MICHELE GLAZER

IAN & LARRY GOLDMAN & FAMILY

NE DISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RiLATI,'ES A
HAPP' HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

MR. & MRS. LOU SCHULMAN
& FAMILY

WE WISH OUR FRIENDS
AND RELATIVES A
HAPPY HEALTHY

NEW YEAR

RODKEY CRAIGHEAD

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MEL & EVY TICHIK
Jacqueline & Eric

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MRS. MAX GLADSTONE

wishes all her friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

nzrizn rism rue,5

ELAINE & EARL MOSTYN
Wendi, Mike, David & Corey
wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

tisrizn
rism rue,5
SYLVIA, DAVE & SUSIE SCHANE

wish all their friends and relatives
a happy and healthy New Year

nzrizri
rims: rutr5
STEVE KIDECKEL

Rehov Meltzer 6/1
Rehovot, Israel
would like to wish all our family
and friends a healthy and happy
New Year

TRUDY & MARVIN STEARN
& Family

LEONARD SIMONS

Jews, a board member and
past chairman of the Michi-
gan Cancer Foundation, a
founder of the board of City
National Bank of Detroit
and president emeritus of
the Detroit Historical
Commission.

Simons holds honorary
degrees from two univer-
sities and a gold medal from
the federal government.

Wish Their Family and Friends
A Happy & Healthy
New Year

A Very Healthy, Happy &
Prosperous New Year
To All of My Dear Family
and Wonderful Friends

VERA TURNER (VICKIE)

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