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July 30, 1971 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-07-30

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Iris Was-nick to Marry,
Harvey Schlesinger

The Detroit Action Committee prevailing conditions among Jews
on Soviet Jewry will hold its corn- living in Russia.
memorative candlelight ceremony
The public is invited.
on behalf of Soviet Jewry 9:30
p.m. Saturday at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
A silent demonstration, marking
Tisha b'Av, will recall the destruc-
NEW YORK—•tzhak Rabin, Is-
tion of the First and Second Tem-
rael's ambassador to the U.S., and
ples, as well as symbolize the Ehud Avriel, chairman of the Zion-
many Jewish tragedies throughout ist Actions Committee of World
history.
Zionist Organizations, have accept-
The candlelight march will be
ed invitations to address the 74th
'allowed by a talk by Prof. Her- national convention of the Zionist
rt Paper, linguistics professor Organization of America, Sept. 2-5,
at the University of Michigan. Dr. at the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel.
Paper will relate his role in the
Ambassador Rabin will be guest
release of Dr. Mikhail Zand from
the Soviet Union, as well as the of honor and principal speaker
at the convention's closing ban-
quet Sept. 5.
Avriel will participate in an
iOneg Shabbat discussion on aliya
Sept. 4.
Orchestra and Entertainment
More than 1,000 delegates from
ZOA regions and districts through-
out the country will attend the
convention, including a large dele-
gation from Detroit.
The four-day series of meetings
TUES. ,& WED.
and workshops will include ad-
SPECIAL!
dresses by ZOA leaders and Amer-
ican and Israeli political person-
alities on the Middle East and So-
COMPLETE WITH SET
viet Jewry, as well as intensive
sessions on public affairs, youth-
Jewish education, aliya, world
STANFORD C. STODDARD has
Zionist affairs and other ongoing been named board chairman of
COMPLETE WITH
ZOA activities.
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and MICHIGAN BANK, National
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ROGER C. RICHARDS, presi-
dent of Metropolitan Federal
Savings and Loan Association, has
been elected the 1971-72 president
of the Michigan Savings and Loan
League. Richards succeeds
GEORGE M. ZELTZER, president
of American Savings Association
of Southfield.

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Tekoah Protests Iraqi
Publication of Distortions

UNITED NATIONS (JTA) —
Israel's UN ambassador Yosef
I Tekoah protested against Iraq's
dissemination of a year-old inter-
I view with an Israeli professor
critical of Israeli policy.
In a letter to Secretary General
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Through the courtesy of the
NORTHLAND CENTER MER-
CHANTS ASSOCIATION, the De-
troit Pistons will host a basketball
clinic Monday morning on the ter-
race. The clinic is sponsored by
Stroh's Ice Cream. There will be
prizes and free ice cream. United
Airlines will present Mickey
Mouse, Goofy, Brer Bear, Brer
Fox and Ambassador Marva Dick-
son 3 p.m. Wednesday on the ter-
race. There is . square dancing ,
Tuesday nights on the terace at 9.
The caller is Bill Peterson.

FINAL
-,:gfCLEARANCE!

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for the year in mortgage lending
in the Wayne, Oakland, Macomb
county •metropolitan area. This
was revealed when Lawyers Title
Insurance Corp.'s Michigan state
office in Detroit issued its month-
ly mortgage summary for June,
which showed that First Federal
had made and closed mortgages.
totaling $20,973,800 in June.

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Mixed Marriages Said

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, July 30,1971-31
to 'Undermine Continuity'
NEW YORK (JTA) — Mixed
marriages, by which 70 per cent
of the offspring are lost to the
Jewish community, can under-
mine Jewish continuity, according
to Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum,
national director of the interreli-
gious affairs department of the
American Jewish Committee.
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Schlesinger of Ivanhoe Ln., South-
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field, and Mr. Nate Schlesinger of
Schaefer Rd.
An October wedding is planned.

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