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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-06-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Former Envoy Simha Dinitz to Speak for LZA, Beth El

Simha Dinitz, former Is-
rael ambassador to the U.S.,

DOROTHY
STOFER

Electrologist

New Phone Number

644-3183

will speak on the World
Zionist Congress and give
an update report on Israel 8
p.m. June 11 at Temple
Beth El. The program is
sponsored by the temple and
the Labor Zionist Alliance.
The vice president of He-
brew University, Dinitz
served in the Israel Defense
Forces during the War of
Independence.
He studied in the United
States at the University of
Cincinnati and later at the
Georgetown University
School of Foreign Service in

Washington, D.C., where he
received a BS degree cum
laude in foreign service, fol-
lowed by an MS degree from
the same university spe-
cializing in international
law.
In 1958, he joined the
Information Department
of the Ministry for
Foreign Affairs in
Jerusalem, and .later be-
came the director of the
Office of the director-
general of the Foreign
Ministry.
From 1963, Dinitz served

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SIMHA DINITZ

as political secretary to
Foreign Minister Golda
Meir for three years. During
that period he attended the
United Nations General
Assembly as a member of
Israel's delegation to the
United Nations.
In 1966, he was appointed
minister at the Israel Em-
bassy in Rorqe, Italy.
In 1968, he was appointed
minister at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington.
Shortly after Mrs. Meir was
elected prime minister in
1969, he was called back to
Israel to become the politi-
cal adviser to the prime
minister and later also the
director-general of the
prime minister's office.
In 1973, he was ap-
pointed as Israel ambas-
sador to the United
States, a post he retained
until January 19'79.
In February 1979, he was
appointed vice president for
special assignments at the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, and Senior Fel-
low of the university's
Leonard David Institute for
International Relations.
He is a Fellow of the
Jewish Academy of Arts
and Sciences, and has re-
ceived several honorary
doctorates.
The public is invited free
of charge.

Activities

in Society

SUITE 110-HERITAGE PLAZA
24901 NORTHWESTERN HWY .
SOUTHFIELD

M-F 9-5. Sat. 10-4:30

LOANS
ON
JEWELRY

Martin E. Citrin, of De-
troit, national president of
the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations, was among lead-
ers from throughout the
Country who attended the
recent semi-annual meet-
ing of the American Joint
Distribution Committee's
board of directors in New
York.
.* * *
Tanya Solomon, winner
of the Kansas State Spelling
Bee last month, is the
daughter of former De-
troiter =Dr. Rochelle
Nachman Solomon of
Overland Park, Kan.

Named to Posts

Former Detroiters Mark
Schonwetter and Estelle
Smith were elected first vice
president and third vice
president, respectively, of
the Mid-Cities Jewish
Community Center in Ar-
lington, Tex.

Diabetes Class

A free class for diabetics
and their families will be of-
fered 7 p.m. June 15 at
William Beaumont Hospi-
tal. To register, call the hos-
pital, 288-8986.

I Youth News

BETH SHALOM'S
Yeladim and Yachad-jmiior
congregation are still tak-
ing reservations for the trip
to the Detroit Science Cen-
ter Sunday.
Children will meet at
12:15 p.m. in the synagogue
. for carpools to the science
center. Parent participation
is required, and drivers are
needed. There is an admis-
sion charge. For reserva-
tions, by today, call adviser
Heidi Press, 398-1365, after
5 p.m.

* * *

BNAI DAVID youth will
have their annual Youth
Shabat at 10 a.m. services
Saturday. Boys and girls
who have attended services
on a regular basis will be
called up to the bima where
they will receive recogni-
tion for their attendance.
Story Hour, for youth age
3-7, will meet in the school
building. After hearing a
Shabat story and playing
games, they will join the

service in the main
sanctuary.
Junior congregation, age
8-13, will meet in the small
chapel for services. They
will join the main sanctuary
services, where both groups
will receive pins for
attendance.
Talit and Tefilin will
meet Sunday at 7 a.m. to
go to Cedar Point.
Story Hour and Shalom
will meet at 1 p.m. Sunday
to have a picnic at the home
of Tracye Bello, 15915
George Washington, South-
field. For information, con-
tact Joyce Lang, 968-2686.
* * *
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREENFIELD will have a
youth minyan for boys and
girls age 6-11 at 10 a.m.
Saturday. Kvutzat Shabat
(nursery to second grade)
will meet at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday.
Boys in grades four-six
will meet at 7:45 p.m.
Saturday to study Mis-
hnayos Avos.

BBYO Activities

In addition to the instal-
The Great Lakes AZA
and BBG Councils will hold lation, Council awards will
their executive board plan- be presented. The evening
ning weekend today will conclude with a dance
through Sunday at the with music provided by
Charles and Florence Milan Chris O'Brien. The 1981-
BBYO Conference Centre 1982 Michigan BBYO year-
in Belle River, Ont. Indi- books will be distributed at
vidual AZA and BBG ses- the installation. All mem-
sions will be held under the bers of AZA and BBG are
direction of the newly- invited. Parents will be ad-
elected Council presidents mitted free of charge.
— Andy Kollin of Akiba - Jolson AZA announces
AZA and Felissa Burns of its new officers for the
1982-1983 programming
Ahavah BBG.
The next meeting of the year are: Philip Arnold,
Great Lakes AZA Council president; Robbie Ellens-
will be 7 p.m. Monday in the tein, first vice. president;
Dubin Meeting Room of the Andy Ross, second vice
Bnai Brith building. This president; Rob Pernick,
special meeting will feature treasurer; Peter Elkowitz,
the State of the Council Ad- recording secretary; Neil
dress by outgoing President Pernick, corresponding sec-
Kevin Gersten. In addition, retary; and Gary Klinger,
several AZA leaders will reporter.
Rishonah BBG will
be honored at a regional life
membership ceremony. have its installation of offi-
Those receiving life mem- cers Saturday in the home of
bership are: Marc Landau, Jackie and Lisa Compton,
Samson AZA; Gary Naftaly 23201 Gardner, Oak Park.
and Ted Efros, Rose AZA; Officers who will be in-
and Michael Wais, Beber stalled are: Franci Lopatin,
AZA. All members of BBYO president; Michelle Davis,
vice president; Bryna
are invited.
The AZA softball league Freilich, Mit-Mom;
meets Sunday mornings Michelle Davidow, trea-
through Aug. 8 at South- surer; Michele Zack, record-
field High School. At 9 a.m. ing secretary; Lisa Com-
Sunday, L'Chaim AZA will pton, corresponding secre-
play Beber AZA; Wallen- tary and scrapbook; Aileen
berg AZA will play Samson Leichtman, newspaper; and
AZA; and Rose AZA will Gail .Sulkes, counselor
play Akiba AZA. At 10:30 Rishonah still has opening
a.m., Goode AZA will meet for new members in the Oak
Posen/Ruach AZA; Jolson Park and Huntington
AZA will play Rose AZA 2; Woods area. For details,
and Benny AZA will meet contact Franci, 541-7477.
Hart AZA. Registration for
supplementary players for
teams will be open until Appointments

June 15.
Are Listed
Rick Mintz and Julie
Nina D. Abrams of Hun-
Weil, BBYO Council in-
stallation coordinators, tington Woods was reap-
announce that Michele pointed to the State Board of
Ungar and Joel Ungar Professional Engineefs by
have been selected as in- Gov. William Milliken.
Bernard A. Friedman of
stalling officers for the
BBYO installation to take Bloomfield Hills was ap-
place 7 p.m. Thursday at pointed by Gov. Milliken to
Adat Shalom Synagogue. the 48th District Court.

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