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.27E91/SALEM The K i bu t z woo": to encourage ltibul2lin "to
invenient - Union "recentlY has ,•_ffy,-;ibeir- •immigration atr-
signed- an --agreement •a/Rh the sorptiOn
ministry_ of agriculture providing
beemseieseliklo • "es:
loans on easy, terms to Icibut- Sa
Thomas C. Morgan," Jr.. a Birrn-
Ingham stock broker, hal been
named chairman of the American
Cancer Society's educational and
fund-raising Crusade in Oakland
County in April.
Morgan's appointment was an-
nounced by Sidney Selig of Soittli,
field, a member of the Oakland
County_ unit's board of directors
and chairman of its public educa,
J. " -.Lion committee. Named as assist-
ant Crusade chairman was , Art
Lake of Birmingham who will 'as-
sume the chairmanship in 1973.
Besides Selig, other area mem-
bers of,the ACS board of directors
include Dr. Alan N. Mendelssohn,
also:chairinan of the servicecom-
mittee; Mark Linden and' Mrs.
Louis Papo of Oak Park; and Dr.
Sally B. Fand, ,Troy:
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VICKIE CARROLL = :
BLOCH RUSE POST and AUX-
ILIARY is having a -"Night at` the
Winery" 8 p.m. Monday at the
JWV headquarters. There will be
wine tasting following by refresh-
ments. Friends are invited. For in-
formation, call the JWV office,
255-4743, or President Bertha
Greenberg, 557-3949, evenings.
Thanked by Golda
Beth Abraham-Hillel Men's Club
will offer the final breakfast forum
of its 10th anniversary series 10
am. March 5 in the synagogue.
Congressman William S. _Broom-
field of the 18th Congressional Da lee *
triet will discuss "United States
Foreign Policy: Which Direction - ?"
A member of Congress since .
1956, he is on its committee on
foreign affairs and serves as con- rz
gressional adviser to the Geneva
Disarmament Conference. Rep. .
Broomfield is an officer of the
Michigan Chapter, American Red
ogen -David for Israel.
Jules Feldmesser,' "cei-cluiirman
of the foium,•.will preside, and
Rabbi Israel L•Halpern will intro-
duce the congressman. Harry Left
is president of the club and Bern
hard Lichtenstein and Jules Feld-
messer are arrangements chair-
The breakfast forum is open to
the entire community.
I Men's Clubs
Bnai Moshe Young Adults, for
singles age 21-30, is sponsoring a
"dance-in" :with • the Dynamic Duo
Rock Band, 8 p.m., March 5 at the
The community is invited. There
is an admission fee, and refresh-
ments will be served.
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Olt Cr- APIPOINTMINT — CUSSED TUESDAY end WEDNESDAY
a Nun Pr die Orgionahon
Premiere Golda Meir has ack-
novnedifed the 'thoughtfulness" of
the citizens of Southfield and their
'mayor,—Norman Feder, upon the
reeeipt of a marble paperweight
, beariniti- the city's -Seat The re-
marks, came in a personal letter
from Mrs. Meir to Mayor Feder.
Recently, Southfield resident Sid-
ney Lantz, Michigan State com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans and chairman of the Mayor's
Veterans Committee, toured Israel
with the JWV and presented the
gift to a member of Mrs. Meir's
staff. In her letter to Mayor Feder,
Mrs. Meir apologized .that she TICAL ASSOCIATION will hold Its
dimier-dance 7:30 p.m.
couldn't attend the presentation.
March 4 at Town and Country Club.
For reservations, call Charles Ten-
Bnai Moshe Young
nen, LI 2-2999, or Harry Katzman,
Adults Plan Social'
• • •
Baal Moshe -Young
_Young Adults - will
BETH ACHIM MEN'S CLUB
Sanday at the Char- will
Sabbath services 8
ter House Lounge. Daniel Schwartz, p.m. conduct
today, after which they will
an adMinistritor of the psychiatric hold an
clinic at .Sinai Hospital, will speak
on "Abortion, Reform."
Refreshments will be served and Adas Shalom Sets
entertainMent will folloW.
* * *
Broomfield to Discuss-
Foreign Policy at Forum
Along Woodward, just north
of Hickory Grove Rood. You'll
find a part of Bloomfield
Low Polo Road
you never knew existed. Satisfy
your living needs with one of six designer floor plan options.
The 20-year loani, which bear a
Leaders of the Morton A. Silverman Detrigt . Post 135;•fiewlsli
War Veterans, present an American flag to -Circuit Court Judge- - -5.5 per cent interest rate, are seen
Nathan Kaufman in a recent ceremony. Shown with' the itidge are
(from left) Charles Miller, national service officer; Joseph Shapiro,
Americanism chairman; Norman Robbins, Post 135 commander; and
Morris Tulupman, national executive board member. The post alt.:. li ■
recently presented a flag to Cong. Beth Abraham in its new facilities.
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Adas Shalom will hold its
Hakdasha (consecration) 9 a.m.
March 4' as part of its Shabat ser-
vices in the main sanctuary.
Fifty-one younsters newly en-
rolled in the primary department
of the Adas Shalom-United Hebrew
School, will be inducted into their
religious studies at this service.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal and Rabbi
Jonas Goldberg will officiate, and
Cantor Nicholas Fenakel and the
synagogue choir will sing. The'
children will be led in prayer and
sang-by their teachers.
'Rudolf L. Leitman, first vice
president of Adas Shalom, will
tender greetings to the conse-
crants and their parents.' Rabbi
GOVberg and Emil Wolok, chair-
and Louis L: Rosen, director of
youth activities. will present the
consecrants with miniature Torah
scrolls and candy.
David M. Blumberg, international
president of Bnai Brith, announced
in Washington, D.C., that Detroiter
MILTON M. WEINSTEIN -has been
appointed to a three-year term as
national Hillel commissioner. Wein-
stein recently was named "man
of the year" by Pisgah Lodge of
Bnai Brith and has served as Hillel
commissioner for two terms previ-
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