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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-01

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Friday, Oetober 1, 1982 59

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Senior Hermelins Are Honorees at Shaarey Zedek Bond Event

Mr. and Mrs. Irving
(Florence) Hermelin will
be honored at the annual
Shaarey Zedek Tribute
Dinner on behalf of State
of Israel Bonds to be held
6:30 p.m. Nov. 3 in the
synagogue's Morris Adler
Hall, it was announced by
Harvey Weisberg, congre-
gation president.
On the occasion of the
dinner the Hermelins will
be presented with one of
Israel's most prestigious
awards, the Eleanor
Roosevelt Medal, "in
recognition of the couple's
dedication and devotion of
the state of Israel and
freedom-loving peoples
throughout the world."
General chairman of the
event is William M.

groups for more than 40
years. They have been
honored by the Jewish
Theological Seminary
with the National Com-
munity Service Award
and are the donors of a
forest in Israel through
the Jewish National
Fund.

THE HERMELINS

Davidson. Dinner chair-
man is Irving Laker.
The Hermelins have
participated in numer-
ous Jewish philan-
thropic and service

They are Chai Founders
of the American Friends of
Boys Town, Jerusalem.
They have been active in
efforts for the American
Jewish Congress, the De-
troit Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, Bnai Brith YIVO,
ORT, Yeshiva University,
Magen David Adom, the
Founders Society of the
Detroit Institute of Arts.

executive and a member of
the Jewish Center Busi-
nessmen's Club, Hermelin
has been supportive of Is-
rael's Technion, Hebrew
University, Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity, Shaare Zedek Hos-
pital and was one of the first
members of the Detroit Ar-

- • • • •

Dr. Abraham Becker Will Receive
Maimonides Award from Israel Bonds

The Medical Physicians recognition of his out-
Division of State of Israel standing dedication to his
Bonds will honor Dr. Ab- profession and humanita-
raham Becker of Birming- rian causes." Chairman of
ham at its annual the dinner is Dr. William
Maimonides Award M. Leutcher. Dr. Hershel
Dinner-Dance scheduled Sandberg is Israel Bonds
for 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at Adat Medical Physicians Di-
Shalom Synagogue. vision chairman.
Cocktails will be served at
Dr. Becker attended the
University of Michigan
6.
Dr. Becker will receive and its medical school. He
the State of Israel served his internship and
Maimonides Award "in residency at University

• •









LAWRENCE M. ALLAN
President

GEMOLOGLST & DIAMONT OLOGIST

A retired insurance

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Hospital Board and is a
member of Friends of
Labor Israel and Women's
Bicur Cholim.
For tribute dinner
reservations and informa-
tion, call Israel Bonds,
557-2900; or Shaarey
Zedek, 357-5544.

lazaroff Branch of the
Labor Zionist Alliance.
Mrs. Hermelin is a life
member of Adat Shalom
Sisterhood, Hadassah,
Pioneer Women and the
National Council of Jewish
Women. She has served for
many years on the Sinai



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SOL YETZ-MORRIS meeting 8 p.m. Oct. 14 at
COHEN POST AND the Jewish War Veterans
AUXILIARY will meet Memorial Home, announces
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the President Ruth Klein. Mrs.
Jewish War Veterans Klein will report on the na-
Memorial Home. Prospec- tional convention held at
the Concord Hotel. After the
tive members are invited.
Allen Park Veterans business meeting the auxil-
Hospital Chairman, iary will join the post to
Frances Cohen, has ar- hear Dr. Sheila Lampert
ranged for a visitation to speak on Israel. For infor-
that facility at 7 p.m. mation, call the JWV office,
Thursday, for an evening of 559-5680.
games and refreshmetns.
Anyone wishing to assist
should call Ms. Cohen, Parenting Focus
255-3444.
of Conference
Diana Joffe, Ann Arbor
"How to Talk So Kids Will
Veterans Hospital chair-
man, is making ar- Listen and Listen So Kids
rangements for a party to be Will Talk" is the topic of the
given at the hospital Oct. fifth annual Alicia Joy
21. Fruit and gifts will be Techner Memorial Parent-
distributed to the patients. ing Conference to take place
Those wishing to assist 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Temple
should call Mrs. Joffe, 968- Israel.
Lecturers will be Adele
3253.
Dorothy Schwartzman, Faber and Elaine Mazlish,
auxiliary junior vice authors of "Liberated Par-
president, will give a report ents, Liberated Children"
on the department member- and "How to Talk So Kids
ship affair to be held this Will Listen and Listen So
Kids Will Talk." They will
month.
incorporate the teachings of
* * *
LT. ROY. F. GREEN the late famed child psy-
AUXILIARY will have a chologist Dr. Haim Ginott
in their talk.
* *
The public is invited free
of charge. For information
Collegian Wins
and reservations, call the
JWV Award
temple, 661-5700.
Pamela Ann Charney of
Oak Park, a freshman at Heads Libraries
Avram Rosenthal has
Touro College, received a
Raoul Wallenberg Memo- been named chairman of
rial Scholarship from the the Southeastern Michigan
National Ladies Auxiliary League of Libraries. Ro-
of the Jewish War Veterans senthal is head of Henry
at its national convention at Ford Community College's
library division.
the Concord Hotel.

Hospital and taught at
U-M for two years before
beginning private practice.
Dr. Becker served as a
major in the U.S. Army
during World War II.
A specialist in internal
medicine and pulmo-
nary disease, he became
chief of section, pulmo-
nary disease, at Sinai
Hospital of Detroit in
1957, a position he held
for 19 years. In 1963, he
was also acting chief of
medicine at Sinai and
began a nine-year post
as chief of section, pul-
monary disease, at
Harper Hospital. From
1963 to the present Dr.
Becker has also been a
consultant in medicine
at Allen Park Veterans
Hospital.
In 1963, he was a clini-
cal associate professor and
later a clinical professor
at Wayne State Univer-
sity's School of Medicine.
Dr. Becker is a diplo-
mate, American Board of
Internal Medicine and a
fellow, American College
of Chest Physicians and
American College of
Physicians. He holds
memberships in the
American Thoracic
Society, the Wayne County
Medical Society, Alpha
Omega and was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa.
Dr. and Mrs. Becker are
members of Temple
Emanu-El.
For Maimonides Award
Dinner-Dance reservations
and information, call Is-
rael Bonds, 557-2900.



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