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September 02, 1983 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-02

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32 Friday, September 2; 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

David Hermelin Elevated to National
Chairmanship of Israel Bonds in U.S.

Accompanied by acclaim
for his dedicated labors in
support of Israel's economic
needs by world leaders, De-
troiter David Hermelin was
elevated to the national
chairmanship of the U.S. Is-

rael Bond Organization at
the international confer-
ence held in Jerusalem.
The large delegation of
Americans, who included ,
representation from the De-
troit organization, joined in

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welcoming Hermelin to na-
tional leadership.
As a dedicated volunteer
worker for Israel Bonds, to
which he gave his prior
interest amidst his numer-
ous Zionist affiliations,
Hermelin gained national
recognition first in Michi-
gan and then in a score of
states the communities of
which he helped mobilize in
behalf of Israel on the lec-
ture platform as well as an
administrative adviser.
Hermelin also holds
the position of president
of Cong. Shaarey Zedek,
where he was graduated
from religious school-and
held the posts of board
member, secretary, trea-
surer and vice president.
He is chairman of the
executive committee of the
American ORT Federation,
on the board of overseers of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary and on the boards
of the Detroit Round Table
of the .National Conference
of Christians and Jews and
the Jewish Home for Aged.
He also is active in tasks
on behalf of Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity and the American
Friends of Hebrew Univer-
sity.

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DAVID HERMELIN •

Hermelin is a director of
First of America Bank and
is on the boards of directors
of Children's Hospital, the
Michigan Opera Theater,
Michigan Cancer Founda-
tion and Friends of Modern
Art.
He also is on the boards
of the Weizmann Insti-
tute, Technion-Israel In-
stitute of Technology,
Friends of Lubavitch,
Hillel Day School, the
Council of Orthodox
Rabbis and Jewish Na-
tional Fund.
Israel Bond cash receipts
for .1983 have passed the
$300 million mark, it was
reported at the Israel 35th
anniversary international
Israel Bond conference.

,

Lahat's Election
Aide Resigns

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Adi
Halpern, the Likud Party's
municipal election director,
who has been preparing
Mayor Shlomo Lahat's
campaign for the local coun-
cil elections later this year,
handed in his resignation
Aug. 22 after a reportedly
stormy meeting with Lahat.
The mayor called him to
his office to complain about
Halpern's remarks in the
weekend edition of a Tel
Aviv newspaper in which he
praised South Africa's sys-
tem of apartheid and said he
thought this system should
also . be applied in Israel
against the Arabs.
Lahat told Halpern he
was strongly opposed to
these sentiments and de-
manded his resignation,
which was handed over on
the spot.

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will come to Israel in the
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framework of a special pro-
gram called "Preparation
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The program was in-
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nanced by the Nuremberg-
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month study and training
period before and after the
stay in Israel.

350 Yordim Return to Israel
Monday on Special Flight

NEW YORK — Fulfilling
the pledge they made last
year at the conclusion of
Yorn Kippur services, 350
Israelis are scheduled to
leave the United States and
will bring in the New Year
in Jerusalem.
The Israelis, whose re-
turn has been coordinated
through the Israel Aliya
Center, will fly to Israel on
Monday on a special El Al
flight chartered by Abie
Nathan.
Nathan, who arranged
subsidies from both the
Jewish Agency Aliya De-
partment and the Ministry
of Absorption, also con-
vinced the flight crew to fly
this mission without pay.
"We wanted to make
return possible for
everyone including those
who couldn't afford the
price of a ticket," Nathan
said. The final cost to
each returnee is $200.
Moshe Shechter, director
of the Israel Aliya Center,
said most of the Israelis on
the flight had started the re-
turn procedure before the
Nathan promotion was - an-
nounced. "However," he
said, "the flight was a spe

cial gift for Rosh Hashana
and many who might not
have completed their plans
are actually returning. It
will be a wonderful symbol
for Israel's future on the eve
of our New Year."

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