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June 24, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-24

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7.1.4 46 Nay, June 24, 198 .

N DETROIT MI NEWS

UN Rep. Levin to Speak
at Rose Frenkel Gathering

Ambassador Aryeh Le- Shaarey Zedek in South-
vin, deputy permanent field. Levin will speak on
representative of Israel to "Lebanon and After."
the United Nations, will be
Levin was born in Iran,
the speaker at the Ameri- emigrated to Israel and
can Jewish Congress An- studied Middle East history
nual Rose Frenkel Memo- and politics at Hebrew Uni-
rial Meeting 8:30 p.m. versity. He previously
Wednesday at Cong. served the Israeli govern-
ment in east and central Af-
rica, France and Iran. Be-
fore coming to the United
Nations he served in the Is-
rael Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs.
Levin is the author of a
"Son of C. Trojan"
number of articles on the
CUSTOM FURNITURE Middle East.
The public is invited to
& CARPET CLEANING
this free program. For
ON LOCATION
reservations, call- the AJ-
FREE ESTIMATES
Congress office, 357-2766.
Phone

Trojan

576-1140

Comedian Joey Bishop
_ was born Joey Gottlieb.

Rothstein Seeks Re-Election

Mayor Charlotte Roths-
tein of Oak Park will an-
nounce her candidacy for
re-election next fall at a cel-
ebration 8 p.m. Sunday at
Workmen's Circle Center.
There is a charge.
Mayor Rothstein was the
first woman elected to the
Oak Park City Council,
serving in that capacity
from 1973 to 1981, when she
became the first woman
elected mayor.
She is a charter member
of the U.S. Conference of
Mayors Leadership Insti-
tute Advisory Board and a
founding member of the
T T.S. Conference of Women
Mayors.
IlLayor Rothstein has
served as chairman of the
Oak Park Symphony
Society, Oak Park United
Fund, Michigan Week,

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CHARLOTTE ROTHSTEIN

United Nations Day and
Mayor Exchange Day.
She was president of
Pepper PTA and District
6, Bnai Brith Young
Women.
She was a national vice
president of Bnai Brith
Young Adults, and is a
member of the advisory
board of the Anti-
Defamation League and a
member of Workmen's Cir-
cle.
She serves on committees
of the National League of
Cities, Michigan Confer-
ence of Governments and
other organizations.

Honors Grad

Robert M. Kaner, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kaner
of Southfield, received a
Bachelor of Arts degree
summa cum laude from
Princeton University,
where he was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa Honorary.

Men's Clubs

BNAI DAVID MEN'S
CLUB will install officers
at Shabat services Satur-
day. Rabbi Morton F. Yol-
kut will be the installing
officer.
Officers to be installed
are: Harold Podolsky,
president; Nick Gonte, Sam
Gonte and Stan Rosenblat,
vice presidents; Sam
Rosenberg, treasurer; Si-
meon Freedman, Herman
Gorman and Harry Dines,
secretary; Herman Gor-
man, chaplain; and Joe
Hassal, sergeant-at-arms.
Board members are: Neil
Kalef, Dr. Bernard Maness,
Dr. Henry Bernard, Harry
Newman, Harry Avrushin,
Herman Yagoda, Barry
Kaufman, Phil Bolton,
Martin Korman, Lester
Schloner, Irving Abramson
and Nate Light.

AESCULAPIAN Phar-
maceutical Association will
have its annual indoor pic-
nic and victory dinner 7
p.m. July 6 at Topinka's
Country House. Cocktails
will be served at 6:30 p.m.
Spouses and friends are in-
vited. There is a charge.
Entertainment will high-
light the evening. For
reservations by July 1, call
Mineta Morger, 557-7854;
or Morris Averbuch, 557-
6286.

The only Jewish woman
judge in biblical times was
Deborah.

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