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September 10, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-09-10

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Friday, September 10, 1912 39

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Use what talents you pos- there except those that sang
sess: the woods would be best.
very silent if no birds sang
—Henry Van Dyke

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• Complete Dinners

DINNER SPECIALS—SEPT. 10 THRU SEPT. 16

Milan Saluted on 75th Birthday
for His Communal Services

In Michigan industrial
circles, Charles Milan was a
leader for many years as
wine dealer and distributor
who developed many brands
under the Cadillac title.
In Jewish communal cir-
cles, he has gained recogni-
tion for many services,
primarily in behalf of Israel
and as a benefactor of youth
movements in the Bnai
Brith ranks.
As a past president of the
Jewish National Fund
Council of Detroit, he is
being acclaimed for his
numerous roles on his 75th
birthday on Wednesday.
Milan is active in the
Allied Jewish Campaign.
He contributed a rec-
reational center at Belle
River, Ont. to Bnai Brith
Youth.
He has been affiliated
with the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America - Detroit
District for many years. He

contributor to the Jewish
National Fund and Israel
Bond campaigns. He was
man of the year for Keidan
Lodge of Bnai Brith's Israel
Bond drive.

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Acting Official

JERUSALEM — Israel
Bar-Ghil, 48, has been ap-
pointed Hebrew University
acting deputy vice president
for administration and fi-
nance. He will be substitut-
ing for Prof. Yoash Vaadia,
who is going on sabbatical.

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CHARLES MILAN

has served as a board
member or honorary board
member of BBYO, Jewish
Home for the Aged, Techn-
ion and other organizations.
He has been a Mason and
Shriner since 1929.
He is a founder of Techn-
ion — the Israel Institute of
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pany after his conviction
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