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October 30, 1970 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-30

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Joseph H. Siegals Will Be Honored

On the occasion of Joseph H. They have four children and nine
Slegars 70th birthday and Mr. and grandchildren.
Mrs. Siegal's 48th wedding anni-
Siegal 'retired in December
versary, the couple will be hon-
1105 from the Goodwill Printing
ored at a testimonial program 8
Co., where be was a compositor
p.m. Nov. 12 at Cong. Mai Israel-
and type setter for more than
Beth Yehudah.
27 years. He has been a member
The event will be tendered by of the International Typographi-
Rovner-Lachowitcher Aid Society,
cal Union Local 18 since 1933.
for which Siegal served as record- For the past five years, Siegal
ing, corresponding and journal
has devoted his energies to serv-
ice work.
On the Sabbath and holidays,
Siegal sings in the Shaarey Zedek
choral group, as he has done for
the past 34 years. He has been a
member for 42 years of the Yiddish
Folks Farein, Bnai Brith and other
organizations, for which he has
_performed as tenor. He sang for
the former Jewish Radio Hour and
with many choral groups and syna-
gogues in the city.
The Siegal testimonial will in-
clude a music program by Cantor
Jacob Sonenklar of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek and Cantor Hyman Adler
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH SIEGAL of Cong. Bnai David, accompanied
by Cantor Sholem Kalib at the
secretary, as well as financial piano. Humorist Max Sosin will be
secretary of the Rovner Free Loan an the program, and Judge Law-
Association for 40 years.
rence Gubow will be master of
The Siegals were married in ceremonies.
Detroit Nov. 5, 1922 after emigrat-
Rovner - Lachowitcher President
ing from the same town of Novo- Jacob Gubow said that the testi-
gradvolink, Russia. Left mother- monial will pay tribute to the
less at age 5, Siegal was the sole Siegals' loyalty and devotion to
survivor of a family of 14 killed the society and to humanity, par-
in Ukraine pogroms and by the ticularly in Israel.
Nazis. The former Lillian Biles-
Refreshments will be served at
sky, Mrs. Siegal preceded her the social, under the chairmanship
fiance to this country and two of Abe Applebaum.
years later they were married.

UM's Fleming to Talk
at Brotherhoods Parley

MUSIC TO PLEASE

HY
HERMAN
and his Orchestra

New opportunities for peace
through understanding will be ex-
plored at the 23rd biennial, conven-
tion of the National Federation of
Temple Brotherhoods Nov. 18-22
in Chicago.
"Beyond the Mirage," a new
documentary motion picture on
Israel's struggle for peace, will be
previewed at a luncheon meeting
November 20. It was filmed in
Israel last spring by the Jewish
Chautauqua Society, the brother-
hoods' educational project for
interfaith understanding.
Robben W. Fleming, president,
University of Michigan, will be the
banquet speaker Nov. 21. Several
convention sessions will discuss the
campus revolution and NFTB
projects of service to college youth.
Rabbi Maurice N. Eisendrath,
president, Union of American He-
brew Congregations, will address
the Nov. 19 luncheon meeting. He
will report on his participation in
the World Conference on Religion
and Peace at Kyoto, Japan, Oct.
16-22.

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MISS CAROL MERAL

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Meral of
Cloverlawn Ave., Oak Park, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter Carol Roberta to Robert
Steven Berg, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Berg of Ridge Cliff Dr.,
Southfield.
Miss Meral is a junior in the col-
lege of education at Michigan
State University. Her fiance is a
senior majoring in psychology at
the University of Michigan.
A July wedding has been set.

Zeldon Cohen
Administrator of
Federation Apts.

Zeldon S. Cohen has been ap-
pointed administrator for Federa-
tion Apartments, it was announced
by Joseph H. Jackier, president
of the project.
Cohen holds de-
grees in public
a d m i nistration,
sociology a n d
education f r o m
the University of
Michigan a n d
Wayne State Uni-
versity.
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public school
Cohen teacher, adminis-
trative assistant with the Social
Security Administration and, for
the past several years, an account-
ant. He is a member of the
National Society of Public Account-
ants, Independent Accountants
Association of Michigan and Ameri-
can Arbitration Association.
Cohen serves on the executive
committees of the American Jew-
ish Congress and Jewish Commun-
ity Council. He served a three-year
term on the Mayor's Committee for
Neighborhood Conservation and
Improved Housing.
Federation Apartments, being
constructed on 10 Mile Road, Oak
Park, under the auspices of the
Jewish Welfare Federation, will
serve as a residence for senior
adults of moderate means. It is
scheduled for completion in early
summer.

General Office Development
Corp., beaded by builders-Sanford
L. Perlman and Stanley L Satov-
sky, has constructed three one-
story medical-dental facilities in
Southfield and Oak Park.
The three new centers are:
Oxford Medical Center at 17070
W. 12 Mlle and Rutland Medical
Center at 17333 W. 10 Mile, both
in Smithfield, and the Providence
Medical Center, 15300 W. Nine
Mile, Oak Park.
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