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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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THE HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY

(Chesed Shel Emes)
Invites The

GREATER DETROIT JEWRY

Dr. David Susser

Dr. Howard Parven

to participate in a

MEMORIAL SERVICE

for the Six Million Jews who perished in Europe at the Hands of the Nazis which will be held on

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1984, 12:00 NOON
at the HEBREW MEMORIAL PARK

(Chesed Shel Emes Cemetery) Gratiot and Fourteen Mile Rd.

RABBI EFRY SPECTRE
of CONG. ADAT SHALOM
and CANTOR HYMAN ADLER
of CONG. Mil DAVID

Dr. A. Martin Lerner

Barry Farber

will participate in these services.

Hillel L. Abrams, President; Samuel P. Havis, Vice President; Morris Dorn, Treasurer; Norman Blake, Secretary; Rabbi Eric

Greenbaum, Milton Oleinick and Morse Shiffman, Trustees; Edward Miller, Cemetery Chairmen; Rabbi Israel I. Rockove,
Executive Director.

EDWARD MILLER, Chairman

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A. Martin Lerner, M.D., How-
ard A. Parven, D.P.M.; and David
Susser, D.O., will each be the re-
cipient of the State of Israel's
Maimonides Award at the annual
Israel Bond Professional Medical
Health Services Division Dinner
6:30 p.m. Oct. 3, it was announced
by Dr. Hershel Sandberg, division
chairman.
The tribute dinner, to be held at
Adat Shalom Synagogue, will see
the three physicians honored for
"notable leadership in the di-
vision and for devoted support of
the Israel Bond program to de-
velop the economy of Israel."
Dinner chairman is Dr.
Mathew Borovoy. Dinner co-
chairmen are Drs. Herbert Bir-
coll, Susan E. Harold and Arthur
Lieberman.
Guest speaker will be Barry
Farber, newscaster and radio talk
show host.
The honorees are all active pro-
fessional, civic and communal
leaders. Dr. Lerner is clinical pro-
fessor of internal medicine at
Wayne State University School of
Medicine, consultant at the mic-
robiology laboratory at Sinai
Hospital of Detroit, and past pro-
fessor of medicine, chief, depart-
ment of medicine at Hutzel Hospi-
tal (1970-1983) and chief, division
of •infectious diseases at WSU
School of Medicine (1963-1983).
Dr. Parven is past chairman,
Michigan State Podiatry Associa-
tion Insurance Committee, past
chief of the podiatry staff and past
director of the podiatry residents
at Park General Hospital, and an
associate member of the Ameri-
can College of Foot Surgeons.
Dr. Susser is chairman of the
department of internal medicine
at Botsford General Hospital,

clinical professor of internal
medicine at Michigan State Col-
lege of Osteopathic-Medicine, and
past president of the American
College of Osteopathic Internists.
Currently a commentator on
New York's WABC-TV morning
show and host of radio's "Barry
Farber Show," Farber is an inter-
nationally recognized newscaster
who has covered the refugee
exodus from Hungary at the time
of the Communist takeover, Cuba
when its government fell to the
Castro forces, and in Miami gave
on-the-spot coverage to the race
riot as the only white man in an
all black bar. Farber has also been
in and out of Russia and countries
behind the Iron Curtain on
numerous occasions.
In addition to his broadcasts,
Farber writes articles which have
appeared in the New York Times ;
Reader's Digest, Saturday Re-
view, Washington Post, and
Penthouse magazine among other
publications.
Farber was twice elected to the
board of directors of the Greater
New York Conference on Soviet
Jewry, and appeared for Artists
and Writers for Peace in the Mid-
dle East before a Republican
Party sub-committee to appeal for
a strong pro-Israel plank which
was later adopted.
His most famous broadcast was
with his late grandfather, an im-
migrant from a small village in
Lithuania, who recounted his var-
ied experiences in making the
transition from a dot on the map
to the new world of the United
States.
He is a graduate of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina where he
was elected to Phi Beta Kappa

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