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February 01, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-01

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Two Detroiters Head Young Leadership Unit

Two local men, Joel D.
Tauber and Allan Nachman,
are members of the execu-
tive committee of the United
Jewish Appeal Young Leader-
ship Cabinet for 1974, it was
announced by Dr. Allen Pol-
lack, chairman of the Young
Leadership Cabinet and pro-
fessor of Russian history at
Yeshiva University.
Dr. Pollack also announced
that five men of the area,
Stanley D. Frankel, Dr. Con-
rad L. Giles, Thomas I.
Klein, Mitchel W. Maddin and
Robert G. Slatkin, are serv-
ing as cabinet members.

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Tauber is the 1974 national Allied Jewish Campaign-
UJA vice chairman of the Israel Emergency Fund.
Midwest area. He is an asso-
A member of the Jewish
ciate chairman of the ma- Welfare Federation's corn-
chinery and manufacturing munity relations budget and
section, industrial and auto- planning division and a board
motive division of the 1974 member of the Jewish Fam-
ily and * Children's Service,
Tauber was the 1970 recip-
ient of the Federation's Frank
A. Wetsman Young Leader-
ship Award and has been
president of Federation's
junior division.
UJA regional chairman for
a second consecutive year,
Nachman is a director of
Federation's Detroit Service
Group and a member of the
community relations budget
and planning division. He also
is on the board of the Fresh
Air Society.
Nachman, vice-chairman of
the real estate and building
division of the 1974 AJC-IEF,
is a former junior division
Young Leadership Cabinet president. He received the
Chairman Allen Pollack, left, William H. Boesky Junior
congratulates Detroiter Joel Leadership Award in 1969
Tauber on his election to the and the Wetsman Award in
YLC's executive committee. 1972.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, February 1, 1974-35

Young Adults Double Pledges

Pledges totaling more than double those of last year's
section meeting were announced at the 1974 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund junior division men's
section meeting at Northland Inn. Shown are, from left,
section vice chairman John M. Frank; speaker Yaakov
Morris; division president Burton D. Farbman; and section
chairman Richard J. Maddin. Morris is press officer of
Israel's permanent mission to the United Nations.

Kibutzim Appeal for Volunteeers

The war isn't over as far
as kibutz manpower needs
are concerned, a local sha-
liakh warned this week.
Tzvika Zidner, adviser to
the Habonim youth move-
ment and representative of
the Kibutz Aliya Desk, said
young Americans are under
the mistaken impression that
the need for volunteers is
over.
In fact, most army-eligible
kibutz members are still

Cocktails for Singles

Swinging Singles, 25 and
up, will have a cocktail party
with dancing 9 p.m. Feb. 8 at
Kings Arms Restaurant. For
information, call Henrietta
Lewis, 546-0903.

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mobilized, and it will be a
long time until their release,
Zidner said. Meanwhile, cit-
rus must be picked, factories
must be manned, and other
kibutz jobs must be per-
formed.
Zidner said that even in
peacetime, volunteer work-
ers are used to help harvest
crops. Now that the war
crisis appears to have sub-
sided, economic survival still
may be dependent on young
workers who are willing to
give up a semester of school,
or work, to help Israeli kibut-
zim.
Young people age 18-35
who are ready to spend at
least one month working on
a kibutz may call Zidner or
Paul Lupu, Hashomer Hat-
zair shaliakh, at the Israel
Aliya Center, 559-6755.

Grossman-Granat
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Grossman of Hilton Ave.,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter
Gayle Marlene to Gary Ste-
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Mrs. Morton J. Granat of
Murray Hill Ave.
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sity. Her fiance was gradu-
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versity and attends its phar-
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Social for Singles

"Traveling for Singles" will
be discussed at a function for
Jewish college graduates 8
DEBORAH CHAPTER will p.m. Thursday at the United
have an art auction 8:30 p.m. Hebrew Schools building. For
Feb. 16 at the Park West reservations, call Gordon
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