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June 08, 1984 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-06-08

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SYNAGOGUE

Newsman Robert Evans due
here to address Bond event

Robert Mayer Evans, vet-
eran newsman and
filmmaker, will speak at the
annual Cong. B'nai David-
Israel Bond Tribute Dinner
at 6:30 p.m. June 19 in the
synagogue social hall. The
dinner will honor B'nai
David "woman of the year"
Betty Silverfarb,
recipient-elect of the State
of Israel's Lion of Judah
Award.
Evans is a former foreign
corresponent and CBS
bureau chief in Moscow,
covering the Soviet Union
across Siberia to the China
boider. He has worked on
both sides of the Iron Cur-
tain in Eastern and West-
ern Europe. He has also
been behind the Bamboo
Curtain in Communist
China.
In the Middle East, he has
interviewed Arab leaders
and has made eight trips to
Israel, meeting Cabinet
ministers and every Israeli
prime minister for the last
two decades.

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A native of North
Carolina, he was graduated
from the University of
North Carolina and Yale
Law School and holds the
degree of Master of Juris-
prudence from Oxford Uni-
versity.
For dinner reservations
and information, call Israel
Bonds, 557-2900.



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Joel Gershenson to head
Adat Shalom Synagogue

Joel Gershenson was
elected president of Adat
Shalom Synagogue at its
annual congregational
meeting.
Elected to the executive
board were: First vice
president, Irwin Alterman;
vice presidents, Barbara
Cook, Dr. Harry Maisel,
Sanford Eichenhorn and
Leonard Siegal; recording
secretary, Betsy Winkel-
man; and treasurer, Ralph
Woronoff.,
Newly elected board
members are Sharon Hart,
Dr. Barry Tigay and Neal
Zalenko.
Dr. Fred Benderoff,
Emanuel Feinberg, Dr.

Ex-Detroit
rabbi honored

Rabbi Minard Klein,
associate rabbi of Detroit's
Temple. Beth El from 1952
to 1956, was honored last
week by Cong. Beth
Shalom, Park Forest, Ill., on
the occasion of his 25th year
as the congregation's
spiritual leader.

Falasha panel

Jerusalem (JTA) Edu-
cation and Culture Minister
Zevulun Hammer has ap-
pointed a panel of educa-
tional experts to coordinate
efforts to improve the cul-
tural and social absorption
of Ethiophin Jewish immig-
rants.
Hammer did this after
consulting with a number of
Ethiopian immigrants.
Many complained that their
absorption was difficult be-
cause many Israelis did not
relate to them as Jews and
Zionists.

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Shalom Memorial Park.
Officers and members of
the board of trustees will be
installed during Shabbat
services on June 16.

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Saturday in honor of the
94th birthday of Max Glass.
Born in Hungary in 1890,
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