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August 27, 1971 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, August 27, 1971

Linda Moss, Planning
to Marry .11210-. Solomon

LEO T. DINNAN of Westland
has been appointed Wayne County
The editorial in last week's is- librarian by the Wayne County
sue should have read that "24 Public Library Board, Alex Lebe-
years ago" the purge of Jewish deff, board chairman from Dear-
writers and artists was perpe- born, announced.
trated by Stalin. The editorial
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stated that the murders of Jewish
CARICATURES
notables took place in the early
1950s and the "10 year" reference
MUSIC
was a regrettable typographical
COMEDIANS
error.
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Editorial Correction

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GERALD D. KRAUSE has been
elected to the board of directors
of Detroit chapter, American So-
ciety of Chartered Life Under-
writers, for 1971-72.

GOOD ENTERTAINMENT

INVITATIONS
By HATTIE
SCHWARTZ

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moss of Lee
Lane, Farmington, announce the
engagement of their daughter Linda
Jean to Michael Aaron Solomon,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Solomon
of Lee Baker Ave., Southfield.
An October wedding date has
been set.

,JNF Stamps Ready
for the Holidays

A long-standing tradition dur-
ing the pre-High Holiday season
has been to affix a special Jewish
National Fund stamp to synagogue
and temple admission tickets.
These stamps are generally avail-
able through synagogue ticket com-
mittees.
David J. Zack, JNF president,
has made aspecial appeal to the
community urging everyone to pur-
chase stamps.
"In these times of concern and
strain," he said, "more JNF con-
tributions are needed than ever
before."
"These stamps," said Zack,
"symbolize the fulfillment of 80
Jewish generations. They bring the
message of the new era in Jewish
history into the homes of members
and worshippers."
Each stamp purchased serves
as a receipt acknowledging a vol-
untary contribution to the cause
of "Geulath Ha'aretz," the JNF
program of land reclamation.
In a recent letter to synagogue
ticket committees. Zack reminded
them that the Jewish National
Fund provides the land founda-
tion for settling and rehabilitating
Jewish immigrants in Israel. In
the last 70 years, the JNF paved
the way for the establishment of
650 colonies, including more than
400 located on Israel's borders.
Phillip Stollman and Harry Co-
hen are co-chairmen of the JNF
religious groups committee.
Synagogue ticket committees
who have not received their sup-
ply of stamps, or require addi-
tional amounts, should call 968-
0820, or write the JNF office,
22100 Greenfield. Oak Park.

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September 2, 1971.

Jewish National Fund, 22100
Greenfield. Oak Park, announces
that starting Sept. 12, the office
will be open Sundays from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. for the planting of trees
and other transactions.
Tree orders received by phone
(968-0820) will be mailed the same
day.

Stamp Collection on Tour

LOS ANGELES — Postage
stamps, depicting the history of
Israel, donated by Israel I. Bick,
will be presented to Yeheskel Car-
mel, Israel consul-general, by May-
or Sam Yorty of Los Angeles.
The event will take place in Sep-
tember at Los Angeles City Hall,
where the collection will be on
exhibit before being toured to
other vest coast cities.

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