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April 27, 1984 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-27

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Friday, April 27, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Harold D. Leu, president
of the Teamsters, Chauf-
feurs, Warehousemen and
Helpers Local Union No. 20,
has been designated by the
State of Israel to be honored
at a testimonial dinner.
The dinner, to be held in
cooperation with State of Is-
rael Bonds, is scheduled for
7 p.m. May 20 in the Great
Hall of the Toledo Masonic
Auditorium, 4645 Heather-
downs Blvd. The event will
begin with cocktails at 6
p.m.
Leu will be presented
with the State of Israel's Is-
rael Labor Solidarity
Award in recognition of his
"distinguished labor lead-
ership, humanitarian con-
cern and his outstanding
support and solidarity with
Israel, bastion of democracy
and freedom."
Dinner co-chairmen are:
Frank Instone, executive
vice president of Seaway
Foodtown; and Harry
Morell, retired executive
secretary, Northwestern
Ohio Building and Con-
struction Trades Council.
Honorary dinner co-
chairmen are: Richard
Celeste; Congresswoman
Marcie Kaptur, 9th Dis-
trict; Robert Holmes, inter-
national vice president;
Harold Friedman, interna-
tional vice president; and
General President Jackie
Presser, all of International
Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Guest speaker will be
Daniel Bloch, counselor for
Labor Affairs at the Israel
Embassy in Washington,
D.C. A tribute committee of
government, labor, indus-
try and community leaders
across the State of Ohio is in
formation.
Leu has served the labor
movement in a number of
leadership posts: trustee,
Local 20 Health and Wel-
fare Fund, 1969 to 1975,
1978 to 1983; treasurer, To-
ledo Teamsters Federal
Credit Union, 1968 to 1974;
member, board of directors,
Ohio Conference of
Teamsters; officer and
business agent, Local 20;
chairman of the Local 20
Legal Defense Fund; and
president, Joint Council No.
44.
Leu includes among his
communal efforts member-
ship on the East Campus
Advisory Committee; the
board of United Way; the
board of Toledo Labor-
Management - Citizens
Committee; the Citizens
Committee for the Toledo
Zoo; the Committee to Re-
Elect State -Sen. Marigene
Valiquette; the 1983 Labor
Day Parade Committee; the
board of directors of Ameri-
can Red Cross; the North-
west Ohio Food and Bever-
age Trades Council; and the
board of directors of River-
side Hospital.
He also is a member of the
Toledo 'Area Chamber of

Commerce; the Toledo
Chapter of the Boy Scouts of
America; the Golden Gloves
Boxing Association; the
Mayor's Task Force; the TU
Rocket Club; the board of
National Church Resi-
dences; the Eagles, Elks,
Isaac Walton League and
Old Newsboys.
Leu has been co-
chairman of World Cup
Wrestling 1981-1983; 1981
general chairman of the
Lucas County Easter Seal
Telethon; and was a recent
recipient of the "Outstand-
ing Contributor to Athletics

in Northwestern Ohio i
Award."
He is a University of To-
ledo trustee and vice
president of Northwest
Ohio Health Planning, Inc.
He was instrumental in ob-
taining HUD financing for
Teamsters Residences, a
housing project for the el-
derly.
He was a member of the
1983 National Labor Dele-
gation to the State of Israel. "
Guest speaker Bloch
served as chief political
correspondent of the Israeli
daily, Davar, and headed its
Jerusalem bureau. The par-
liamentary correspondent
for Israel Radio before join-
ing Davar, he later served
as a member of the board of
governors of the Israel
Broadcasting Authority.
From 1975 to 1978, he was
president of the National
Federation of Israeli Jour-
nalists.
The Jerusalem-born
labor affairs counselor holds
a degree in economics and
history from the Hebrew
University.He served as a
delegate to the convention
of Histadrut, Israel's Gen-
eral Federation of Labor, in
1974, 1977 and 1981.

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Partrich heads Bonds unit

Spencer M. Partrich has
accepted the chairmanship
of the Metropolitan Detroit
State of Israel Bonds Am-
bassador's Society of Trus-
tees, it was announced by D.
Dan Kahn, Metro Detrot Is-
rael Bond general chair-
man.
The AST is an interna-
tional honor society which
pays recognition to those
persons who purchase
$10,000 or more of Israel
Bonds in a given year. The
society is currently spon-
sored by Israel Ambassador
to the United States Meir
Rosenne.
Partrich was graduated
from Wayne State Univer-
sity Law School and is a
member of the Michigan
and American Bar Associa-
tions.
The Partrich family has
been active in the commu-
nity for many years; the
organizations they serve in-
clude the United Jewis-h
Appeal, the Anti-
Defamation League and
ORT. Partrich is currently a
member of the board of trus-
tees of Temple Beth El and a
member of the board of trus-

Receives degree

Karen G. Lipsitz, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Lipsitz of West Bloomfield,
received a Doctor of Chirop-
ractic . degree from Life
Chiropractic College in
Marietta, Ga.

Spencer Partrich

tees of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association.
Partrich and his wife,
Myrna, are members of the
Franklin Hills Country
Club.

Health lectures
in Southfield

The Southfield Human
Resources Department and
Harper Grace Hospitals will
co-sponsor "Stroke: What
You Should Know," a dis-
cussion by Dr. Melvin A.
Lester 7 p.m. Monday at the
Southfield Civic Center.
The two will also sponsor
a seminar on the dangers of
cholesterol 7 p.m. May 8 at
the civic center.
For further information
on these programs, contact
the Human Resources De-
partment, 354-4864.

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