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THE IIIMIT:11141#0 111 N-- 1- -Tossman
Michael Afacldin to Receive:Award.,
Michael W. Maddin him been campaign. coordinator of the junior
named recipient of, the - William IL division for the 1972 Allied Jewish
Boesky Award- -:-, for , , Outstanding :campaign-Israel Emergeney:,Fund,
Leadership. Preientaition of the and immediate past president. of
award and a commemorative the junior::
Jfe -1144q ATP'
plaque will beviade at the Jewish Asenfrk, that, division- n the board
Welfare Federation board:tit -90Y-, Oft!directorti of the - 2ewish Coin-
ernors meeting; Ttiesday by Presi- inunitY Center-
dent Alan E. Schwartz.
/1119:serVed on the boards
The award is` give amkitigbjo 0C. the Jewisi-Vtielitional Service-
a member of the
conummity•Workshop and Fresh
_Air Society. He if freasurer,and.
for division who
'financial seeretarY: of Shiarey
has made an
Zedek Young- Married League.
standing - contri-
bution of service
in the Jewish
tends the j
In March, the University of
of t h ef,,United
Jewish Appeal and CJFWF held Michigan Hillel Foundation will
feature two series, the first of
Maddi* partner in the • Detroit which is the annual Osias Zwerd:,
firm of liaddin and Maddln, attor- ling Lecture Series.
Prof- S. D..Goitein, professor at
neys, is a graduate of the Univer-
for Advanced Spdigs,
sity of Michigan and the -Wayne the
State University Law School; He'is Princetint
"Women as Creators ofLiterarY
Genres in the.Old Testament," .4
p.m. Mar& 20 at Angell' Hall;
"The Living Sea Scrolls: Jewish
Life as ;-Illustrated by the Poen:.
ments of the Geniza," 8:15 p.m.,
Dr. Moshe Weiss, _national vice March 20 at Beth- Israel cmpit1•1
president of Mizrachi, will give a and,"Thterfidtlf Relitioni as Docti:'
report on the World Zionist Con- mented in the Writings of the Cairo
gress at a public meeting of . De" Geniza," 4 p.m., March 21 at An-
troit Mizrach-Hapoel Hamizrachi- gell Hall. ,
In - addition, the_ seriektot Belt
Religious Zionists of America and
Mizrachi Women, 8 p.m. Thursday Midraalr mini-courses with resume
21-23. .:- The topie will be
at Cong. Huai David.
The meeting, arranged. jointly "Jewish-Christian. 'Relations:
with Hakotel Mizrachi Chapter, Failure of AcconiModation."
will be open to the public. Refresh-
'The third produbtiOn of the Maor
ments will be served.
Theater, "It Turns," will be pre-
Rabbi Weiss is chairman of the sented 8 p.m. March 25 and 26.
cultural committee of national Miz- The play was written by the
Israeli playwright Joseph Mandl.
Tickets will be on sale the week of
March 20 at the Hillel Foundation.
Tickets also may be purchased at
March. Events; -
Dr• Moshe Weiss-
to Give WZC
‘" I 'lieport Thlirsday •
Feb. 28—To Mr. and' firs Frank
F r nk
Safran (Diane Stein), former De-
trotters of Norwalk, Conn., ason,
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Feb. 23 — To Mr. and Mrs.
William Rosen (Susan T. Pilko of
Port Huron), 24060 Jerome, Oak
Park, a son, Jason Matthew.
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Feb.- 17—To Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Fisher (diadeleiqe Kalisher), 3376
Coolidge, Royal Oak, a son, Kevin
RABBI S. ZACIUIRIASH
ho' s Stem
.. - sna
Lents -Grossman has been
elected president of the Detroit
Service Group of the Jewish
Welfare 'Federation, to fill the
unexpired- term of the late War-
ren Greenstone. Grossman
served as vice -chairman.
newly elected chief execu-
nee , of the Jewish" Theological
Sailitary" - of America, Rabbi
f4ERSON D. COHEN, who was re-
cently chosen to succeed Dr. Louis
Finkelstein at the beginning of the
1972-73 academic year, will deliver
the - major address_ at the 72nd
annual convention of the Rabbird-
AP Assembly of America to be
held- at the Concord Hotel, through
March 16. Dr. Cohen will sneak on
the subject, "Directions That the
Conservative _Movement Should
Take in the Next Quarter Cen-
tury," at the banquet March 14.
are; interested in Israel -Iind/rietin
- provide °- information
?iin4try::,:-at the etyK He
0 Mile brahellof
' the Jewish' On packing and shipping of goods
to Israel for tlibsli.- -Wh6,14ife
The' Interest, Group' in tsrael, niug aliya in the neer fatirec -, ),.: ::
chaired by Martin A: Levine; will
focus its approach on agtivities_ of
interest to those not committed
to.. aliya, but who would like to
know more about it and Israel.
Lectures, seminars and , community
projects, as well as spcial activi-
ties, are considered for the future
—depending on the wishes of the
For information, call Levine,
VE 6-9050. Young people of college
age through age 30 are invited.
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AACA• tO Meet Sunday
The Association of Americans
and Canadians `for alive; Herat'
Chapter, will •meet- 2:
;the e Jewish Center.
Rabbi -Parzen Honored-:':
Rabbi Herbert Parson, a former-
Detroiter, will receive the -honor: -e•
airy degree of clechir. Of divinity?,
from the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America *arch 12. The
presentation will _take' place at
Cong. Baal Jeshurtni in New York.
Rabbi Parzen..lirother of Detroit
attorney. George parzen, has re- -
tired from the pulpit and is on the
staff of Herzl Press. He was a-
graduate of the University of brick:
"Dad, all my friends- have al-
ready enrolled in the new classes
at Art Linidetter's and here you
For the third consecutive year,
Cong. WILLIAM S. BROOM-
FIELD (R-Royal Oak) has been
appointed to the U. S. delegation
to the Geneva Disarmament Con-
fereqce which convened Feb. 29.
A ranking Republican on the
House Foreign Affairs Committee,
Broomfield will serve on a bi-
partisan delegation - of Congres-
sional advisers to -the permanent
U. mission at the 26-nation con-
ference. He was chosen by Minor- -
ity Leader Gerald R. Ford at the
recommendation of President
a •• •
SHIRLEY CASH REALTY an
nounces that all of its sales repre-
JEROME J. STEIKER of New
sentatives are in training to be- York: City has been named chair-1
come, or are already, licensed
brokers. They can bet reached at -man of a newly-created United,
Jewish Appeal Committee of the
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American Jewish Congress.
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BORENSTEIN'S BOOK STORE
announces it is carrying a full line
I C X.,
of kosher- for Passover wines at its chairman of the Oakland
a • •
bran ''on Greenfield Rd., Oak
Feb. 13—To Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Par1;71'be wine , Sat IncliKles Lip- Board of Commissioners, - - Was
shall Lett (Moreen Antirian), 14000 Schutz, Kedini and Carmel braids elected a member of the -board
Cloverdale, Oak Park, a daughter;
sixes. Grape, juice 'also is of trustees of the Metropigitan
Fund, Inc. The Metropolitan
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is an._ urbui:affalra:reinaielifain-..
Feb. k—To Mr...and Mrs. Gary
and Mel Durbin
Cohen 'IMarcia - Wider-4-.2 PM hate,: initial their newest real datieb concerned nith
Franklin Hills, Saithifeld,
Asehireffice at=theIXIlliBIN COM- county SOutheast Michigan region.
ter, Robyn Elyae;----I - -
*et its;, ,,A.cnpeenagint and
JACQUES ":TORCZYNEX-'74 -eo
ea of the World -Union of
offices are at 6t46,9reliard..1,take, GetiaaL-7atinists antic chairman.
Oo N: Wood- Its eaecutive - -conimittee,- addressed:
it gathering of-the General:Zionist,
Organization of Bogota, Colombia,,
reporting on the results of the 28th
World Zionist Congress and the
Internationsk, Conference of the .
World Union. Also at'the confer-
ence was Dr. MIGUEL MOLDAV-
SOL YETI-MORRIS- _ COHEN SHY`; Oesident of the General
POST and AUXILIARY Will 'Meet Zionist Organization itt Chile. The
8 p.m. Monday, at the JWV , head- meeting was chaired by HAIM
ls and Hom es
quarters. Refreshments wilt be MEKLER, president of the Gen-
LI 1-9769 served. The post and auxiliary will eral Zionist Organization of Bo-
celebrate their 25th anniversary eotic ,
with a dinner-dance 6:30 p. m.
March 12, at the Club Legionnaire
in Highland Park. Charter mem-
bers and past post comtnanders
and auxiliary presidents will be
In Home or Hospital
honored. For information and
call Irene Levin, 968-
31-69, osi: Yetta Glass, XX 5-4133.
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