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May 03, 1974 - Image 27

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JWV Picks Arthur Lang as Man of Year

Arthur M. Lang was named
recipient of the "man of the
year" award by the Jewish
War Veterans Department of
Michigan at its recent council
of administration meeting.
Lang received the award
for his work this year on be-
half of the organization "far
beyond the normal duties as-
sociated with his position as
judge advocate," according
to Joe Bale, commander.
The formal presentation of
the award will be made at
the department convention

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Hotel.
Lang has been the chair-
man of the Michigan JWV's
Israel Emergency Fund pro-
gram at the outbreak of the
Yom Kippur War, the
brotherhood project and gave
the introduction to the state
legislature for a group libel
and slander bill.

Department of Michigan
and Auxiliary members will
sell poppies May 16 and 17.

Torczyner : Speak
Openly on Israel

NEW YORK (JTA)—At a
time when the dialogue be-
tween Israeli and American
Jewish leadership called for
honesty and candor, too
many American Jewish orga-
nizations felt inhibited and
limited themselves to non-
controversial public state-
ments and pious wishes, said
Jacques Torczyner, chairman
of the American. Section of
the World Jewish Congress,
in his report to the plenary
council of the American sec-
tion.

For I, the Lord your God,
have hold of your right hand,
I who say to you, "Fear not!
I am your helper."
—Isaiah 41:13.

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Behold, they shall all be
ashamed and confounded
who are inflamed against
you; they shall perish like a
thing of naught who strive
against you. —Isaiah 41:11.

at the ladies'. meeting and
Michigan's only past national
commander, Harry T. Madi-
son will chair the men's
meeting. Department of
Michigan Auxiliary President
is Ann Rubin.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 3, 1974-27

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JWV

S 0 L YETZ-MORRIS CO-
HEN POST and AUXILIARY
will meet 9 p.m. Monday at
the JWV Memorial Home.
New post officers are: com-
mander, Charles Glass; sen-
ior vic e commander, Sol
Levin; junior vice com-
mander, Morley Wolfe;
adjutant, L o u Goodman;
quartermaster, Ted Kamin-
sky; and chaplain, Seymour
Shulman.
* * *
LT. RAYMOND ZUSSMAN
AUXILIARY will meet 8:30
p.m. Monday in the home of
Mrs. C ha r 1 e s Hauptman,
auxiliary president, 2 9 4 5 0
Sharon, Southfield. Installa-
tion of officers will be held.
Chairmen will be appointed
and plans completed for up-
coming activities. Delegates
to the regional convention at
Somerset Inn will report, and
refreshments will be served.
For information, call Mrs.
Hauptman, 3522696.
* 'K C
BLOCH-ROSE POST AND
AUXILIARY installed t h e
following officers at its in-
stallation dinner: Command-
er, Louis Wagner; senior vice
commander, Albert Letzer;
junior vice commander, Jack
Moore; quartermaster, Bur-
ton Chassin; and adjutants,
Sol Leider and Eli Katz. Al
Rosen was installing officer.
Dorothy Cohen installed the
following auxiliary officers:
President, Belle Letzer; vice
presidents; Bertha Eisner
and Frances Bloom; treas-
urer, B e r t h a Greenberg;
guard, Pauline Goodstein;
conductress, Thelma Schul-
ist; secretary, Rose Wagner;
chaplain, Dorothy Goldberg,
patriotic instructress, Carol
Burke; and historian, Lottie
Harris. The auxiliary elected
the following delegates to
the fifth regional to NI, held
Saturday at Somerset Inn,
Troy: Dorothy Goldberg,
Gerry Feldman, Bertha
Greenberg, M i r i a m Law-
rence, Belle Letzer, Bertha-
Eisner and Irma Pasick. For
information, call the JWVA
office, 559-5680.

Sh a arey Zedek.
Independent men's a n d
women's business sessions
will be held Sunday at Som-
erset Inn. Michigan's only
past n a tion al president,
Sarah Nemon, will officiate

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Saturday afternoon study

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and discussion groups led by
John Nemon will consider
"Amnesty" and the "JWV
Role in the Jewish and Total
Community." "A command-
er's banquet, honoring fifth
region commander Arnold
Bellis of St. Paul, will be
held Saturday at Cong.

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GROUP I

FIFA 1974 WORLD CUP TEAMS

GROUP II
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CHILE
YUGOSLAVIA
EAST GERMANY ZAIRE
AUSTRALIA
SCOTLAND

16 OUTSTANDING MATCHES!

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GROUP III
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URUGUAY
HAITI
SWEDEN
POLAND
BULGARIA
ARGENTINA

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MATCH

TIME

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plus BRAZIL vs YUGOSLAVIA

10:00 AM
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FRI JUNE 14*

2

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11:00 AM

SAT JUNE 15*

3

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plus ITALY vs HAITI

11:00 AM
1:00 PM

TUE JUNE 18*

4

BRAZIL vs SCOTLAND

WED JUNE 19*

5

ITALY vs ARGENTINA

SAT JUNE 22*

11:00 AM
2:30 PM

11:00 AM

2:30 PM

2:30 PM



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• ANNIVERSARY PARTIES
• AFTER-THEATER PARTIES
• BAR MITZVA RECEPTIONS
• BAS MITZVA RECEPTIONS

The Department of Michi-
gan and Auxiliary of the Jew-
ish War Veterans will host
the f if t h region mid-year
conference, composed of dele-
gates from all the Midwest-
ern states, to d a y through
Sunday at the Somerset Inn,
Troy.
Department commander is
Joe Bale.
Delegates will be taken on
a tour of the international
headquarters of the S. S.
Kresge Co., according to
Rosalyn Liner, co-chairman
of the conference.
Philip Goodman, chairman,
states that the schedule will
formally begin with Sabbath
services at Temple- Beth El ;
with department chaplain
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz of-
ficiating. An oneg Shabat will
follow.

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JWV Regional Conference to Begin Today at Somerset Inn

SCOTLAND vs YUGOSLAVIA
W.GERMANY vs E.GERMANY

SUN JUNE 23*

8

ITALY vs POLAND

WED JUNE 26*

9
10

TEAMS TO BE ANNOUNCED
JUNE 23

11:00 AM
2:30 PM

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TEAMS TO BE ANNOUNCED
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