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July 29, 1983 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Silverman-Fink
Wedding Planned

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JARC Haverim Home and Israel School
Involvements Top Frankel Identifications

Samuel Frankel is al- that the Frankel name
ready receiving scores of has become a matter of
congratulatory messages on inspiration in a cause
the eve of his 70th birthday. that is gaining wide sup-
They are from local and na- port. It is the Samuel and
tional sources on behalf of Jean Frankel Haverim
which he has labored as a Home on Kingshire in
volunteer and as a commu- Southfield, the first in a
nity leader during the past series of such residential
three decades.
homes established here
From two special sources, by the Jewish Associa-
however, come especially tion for Retarded Citi-
impressive expressions of zens that has become a
appreciation for services landmark in Detroit
'unmatched in their inspira- community functions.
MISS SILVERMAN
tional values.
The Frankels' participa-
Mr. and Mrs. Morton
One is from the Samuel
(Ilene) Silverman of South- and Jean Frankel Tradi- tion in the JARC and their
field announce the engage- tional School in Israel. generosity have aided in
ment of their daughter, Those benefitting from this enrolling many others in es-
Nancy E., to Melvin G. school express gratitude for ' tablishing what is already a
Fink, son of Mr. and Mrs. a friendship that extends chain of seven such homes
Nathan (Shirley) Fink of over thousands of miles and in this community. A
statement of acclaim for
Bloomfield Hills.
emphasizes the Frankels' Frankel was issued by Joyce
A September wedding is identification with Israel.
Keller and Norman Wach-
planned.
It is on the local level ler, executive director and
president of JARC, respec-
tively.
The greetings from , the
residents of the Frankel
JARC Kingshire Haverim
Home are proving espe-
cially moving and hearten-
ing for Frankel who consid-
ers this gift among the most
gratifying in his career.
He chaired the Allied
Jewish Campaign. in 1970
and co-chaired the Cam-
paign in 1971.
Frankel is a past

the

ORCHESTRA

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Congratulations
Marilyn Gonte

On the Publication of Your Book

IT CAN'T HAPPEN TO ME

From Your Proud Family

member of its board and
capital needs committee.
He is also on the boards of
Jewish National Fund,
American Friends of He-
brew University and Sinai
Hospital, and is a vice
president of United- Jewish
Charities.

SAMUEL FRANKEL

president of the Jewish
Community Center,
former vice president of
the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration and a current

IVAN S. BLOCH
CHAPTER
Afternoon
Bowling League will hold a
general meeting 1 p.m. Aug.
15 at West Bloomfield
Lanes. Persons interested
in bowling with the Monday
afternoon league can call
Susan Nusholtz, 552-0662,
or Ellen Distasio, 535-4278.
* * *
LOUIS MARSHALL
CHAPTER will hold a
white elephant sale and
card party 11 a.m. Tuesday
at Knob-in-the-Woods Apts.
club house. Browsing be-
gins at 11 a.m. and lunch
will be served at noon. A
sale item must be brought
for admission and there is a
nominal charge for lunch.
President Molly Shapiro in-
vites guests. For informa-
tion, call Rebecca Green,
851-7024.
* * *
TZEDAKAH CHAP-
TER for working women
will hold its annual paid-up
membership salad supper 7
p.m. Wednesday at the
home of Jeannie Weiner,
30086 Old Bedford, Far-
mington Hills. Guests are
welcome at a charge. Judith
Kovach will discuss "Prob-
lems for Today's Working
Women." For information,
call Mrs. Weiner, 661-2030.

*

District Six
Convention Set

On Aug. 7-9, at Pheasant
Run Resort in Illinois, Bnai
Brith District Six will hold

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Born Aug. 7, 1913 in New
York, his family moved to
Detroit 18 months later. He
attended Central High
School, the University of
Michigan, City College of
Detroit and graduated from
Detroit College of Law in
1935.

He married the former
Jean Grosberg in 1939 and
the Frankels have four chil-
dren and eight grand-
children.

(Bnai Brith Activitie

* *

Nick, Lee, Debbie and Michael

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Friday, July 29, 1983 49

933-140

its 113th convention. There
will be 20 delegates in
attendance from Detroit,
including Ralph Miller, who
will be installed as the new
district president.
The convention will dis-
cuss the Grass Roots Action
Network, district constitu-
tional changes, activities of
agencies including Anti-
Defamation League, Bnai
Brith Youth Organization,
Hillel and more.
There will also be pre-
sentations by Congressman
John Porter on his recent
trip to Russia and a report
by Gerald Kraft, president
of the Bnai Brith Interna-
tional. -

GM Scientist
Going to Israel
on Fulbright

Dr. Bruce A. Phillips, a
research scientist at the
General Motors Research
Laboratories has been
awarded a Fulbright Fel-
lowship by the United
States Information Agency.
Under the terms of the
Fulbright appointment, Dr.
Phillips will serve as lec-
turer and researcher in
urban studies at Tel Aviv
and Bar-Ilan universities in
Israel during the 1983-1984
academic year.
While in Israel, Dr. Phil-
lips will continue his re-
search on urban transporta-
tion and will lecture at the
two Israeli universities on
quantitative methods for
evaluating public policies.

JNF New Year
Greetings Set

The Jewish National
Fund has "Happy New
Year" tree certificates
available for the High Holy
Days.
Two different New Year
greetings are available.
With the purchase of a tree,
one of the New Year greet-
ings will be sent to a friend
or relative.
For information, or to or-
der, call JNF, 557-6644.

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