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November 05, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-11-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bonds, SZ Loyalties Mark Hermelin Honors

For the 500 assembled at
the Israel Bonds dinner at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek on
Wednesday evening, the
event marked several com-
mitments:
It served the primary
purpose of acclaiming the
evening's honorees, Irving
and Florence Hermelin; It
increased interest in and
support for the cause of Is-
rael Bonds;
Cong. Shaarey Zedek
gained status as a leading
sponsor of the cause in-
volving economic sup-
port for Israel.
In the process, the
younger Hermelin, David,
who is national co-
chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization and a leader
in major Jewish philan-
thropic and cultural move-
ments, was acclaimed for
his supporting role in
causes providing defensive
means for Israel.
Wednesday's dinner fea-
tured a long address by Jack
Anderson, nationally syn-
dicated columnist, who de-
rided federal inefficiencies,
especially the Pentagon, of-
fering advice that Israeli
skills could solve the
American problems.
Describing his visit in
Lebanon, he commented
that the press was faulty in

Fititkad

Shown at a cocktail reception last week in honor
of the Hermelins are, standing from left, Dr. Milton
Shiffman, world president of Israeli Bonds Yitzhak
Rager, Irving Laker, Roger and Terren Leemis, Mar-
tin Goldman and David Hermelin. Seated are Lois
Shiffman, Florence and Irving Hermelin, Doreen
Hermelin and hostess Linda Goldman.
some reporting. He told of no more.
having visited Yasir Arafat
He was not too com-
and then found that the taxi plimentary either to
that brought him there was President Reagan or to
drained of gasoline. He Israel Prime Minister
complained and Arafat's Menahem Begin. He
men gave him enough gas to charged that Reagan
get back to the Beirut hotel, aims to drive the Israelis

Holocaust Book Cited in Britain

LONDON — "Schindler's
Ark," an account of how
German tycoon Oscar
Schindler saved more than
1,000 Jews during the
Holocaust, has been
awarded the Booker

Labor-Management Parlor

McConnell
Prize
in
England.
The book was written by
Australian author Thomas
Keneally, who will speak at
Detroit's Jewish Book Fair
Nov. 16.

Superiority?

LONDON (ZINS) — The
deputy director of the Inter-
national- Institute for
Strategic Studies says that
the wain Lebanon has not
proved the superiority of
American weapons.
"What you can conclude,"
Col. John Alford said, "is
that American weapons in
Israeli hands have proved
much more than a match for
Soviet weapons in Syrian
hands."

Shown at a parlor meeting in advance of Satur-
day's labor-management dinner for Israel Bonds at 6
p.m. at Cobo Hall are, from left, Israel Bond national
campaign co-chairman David Hermelin, steelworkers
Local 79 president Richard Cordtz, honoree Harry
Lester of the steelworkers and attorney Bruce Miller.

Duty performed is a
moral tonic; if neglected,
the tone and strength of
both mind and heart are
weakened, and the spiritual
health undermined.
—Tyron Edwards

SPITZER'S

out of Lebanon and
therefore to keep the
Marines there, and he an-
ticipated that Marines
may be hurt in the melee.
The presentation of the
awards for the honorees was
made by Rabbi Irwin
Groner.
In addition to David
Hermelin, who greeted the
Hermelin families and ap-
pealed for support for
Bonds, there were addresses
by the dinner co-chairmen,
Irving Laker and William
Davidson; Harvey Weis-
berg, Shaarey Zedek
president; and Ivan Bloch,
who introduced Anderson.
Program participants in-
cluded D. Dan Kahn, who
added to the appeals for Is-
rael Bonds, Cantor Chaim
Najman, Rabbi Lee S. Pas-
kind and Cantor Sidney
Rube.
Congressman-Elect San-
der Levin was given a con-
gratulatory welcome by the
assembled.

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