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June 28, 1974 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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Mitzva Dri eve Is Begun by Local Lubavitchers

An intense five-fold cam- has been inaugurated by the
paign "to strengthen Jewish Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi
defenses the world over," Menahem M. Schneerson.
Rabbi Schneerson has ask-
ed every Jew to strengthen
the observance of the mitzva
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CONG. BETH SHALOM
of laying tefilin, to set
14601 WEST LINCOLN
periods of Torah study, to
OAK PARK
EVERY TUES. 7:30 P.M.
place proper •ezuzot on all
doors, to install a tzedaka
(charity) box in every home

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ISRAEL, U.S.A.,
and EVERYWHERE

Plane, Bus, Car and Hotel
Reservations

Classified Ads Get Fast Results

and to have seforim, Torah
books, at home.
The local Lubavitcher cen-
ter reports that the campaign
is yielding results, including
the establishment of new
classes for Torah study and
increasing requests for char-
ity boxes.
Observance of the five
mitzvot, said a Lubavitcher
spokesman, form a protective
helmet over the Jewish
people — "to guard, defend
and rescue all our people
from the enemies that sur-
round them."
For information, call the
Lubavitcher Center, 398-2611
or 548-2666.

MATURE
A man is really a success
when flattery gives him a
headache instead of a big
head.

We are pleased

to announce the appointment of

MAR VIN SIEGEL CATERERS

as official caterers of

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

- Unmatched expertise

and superb facilities are

available to the community

for all events and celebrations.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

July 4
Deadline

Friday, June 28, 1974-21

Temple Israel to Be Directed
by Harold Somlyo as President

Because July 4 will
take place on a Thurs-
day, The Jewish News
will print the paper a
day early, and dead-
lines correspondingly
must be moved up one
day. Thus, the deadline
for the issue of July 5
will be noon today,
June 28. Publicity re-
ceived past the dead-
line will not be used;
but if copy is still time-
ly, it will appear the
following week.
Classified ad deadline
for the issue of July 5
will be 4 p.m. Tuesday,
July 2.

Liberation Day
to Be Marked

Harold Somlyo, a charter
member of Temple Israel,
was elected president at the
temple's 34th annual congre-
gational meeting. He suc-
ceeds Marshall B. Madison,
who held the office for two
years.
Elected with Somlyo were
Joseph Hacker and Norman
L. Ross, vice presidents;
Mrs. Moe Traurig, secretary;
and Stanley M. Millman,
treasurer.
Mrs. Traurig, a past presi-
dent of the sisterhood, is the
first woman elected to con-
gregational office.

HAROLD SOMLYO

Elected for three-year
terms on the board of trus-
tees were Richard S. Azimov,
I. William Cohen, Mrs.
Maurice A. Glasier, Maurice
J. Lezell, Peter Million, Paul
Mutnick, Lawrence R. Per-
nick, Mrs. Elmer Raskin,
Norman S. Sommers, Law-
rence P. Trepeck and Allen
T. Zeitlin.

tary of the temple and vice
president.
He also is a member of
the Allied Jewish Campaign
mechanical trades division.
Somlyo is also a board mem-
ber of the Oak Park Sym-
phony, a member of Mosiac
Lodge of the Masons and the
Crescent Shrine Club.

ONE IN MILLION
Larry M. • Schwartz, ap-
The man who tells the
pointed to the board last,
year, was elected to fill the simple truth today gets a
remaining two years of that reputation for striking ' or-
term, and Milton 13. Ressler iginality.
will serve a one-year unex-
pired term.
Somlyo has been actively
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involved with the temple for
CONGREGATION B71/11 DAVID
EVERY THURS. 7:45
three decades. He has been a
24350 SOUTHFIELD RD.
SOUTHFIELD, MICH.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, longtime member of the
board,
chairman
of
the
re-
Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer-
son, will deliver a public ad- ligious school board, secre-
dress at Lubavitch world
headquarters in New York
9:30 p.m. . Tuesday. It will be
heard "live" at the Luba-
neat! Drink
vitcher Center here. The oc-
casion is the birthday and
anniversary of the liberation
of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe,
Rabbi Joseph I. Schneerson
from the notorious Spalerno
prison in Leningrad. Rabbi
Schneerson, who was born on
And it's made fresh daily in Detroit, under
the 12th of Hammuz 5640
the supervision of the Union of Orthodox
(1880), in Lubavitch, Russia,
Jewish Congregations of America.
died in 1950 in Brooklyn. In
1927, he was arrested by the
Soviet authorities for his work
of preserving Torah institu-
big flavors, including 11
tionss under the Soviet re-
Diet Flavors (only One Calorie per
gime. After his incarceration
for 18% days, the sentence
16 oz.) All Certified Kosher-Pareve
was commuted to deportation
except fore Gra • e.
to Kostroma. Ten days later
he was released.

"It's Cott to
be Good!"

I

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Please consult

our Catering Director

'Mr. Marvin Siegel

357-5544 • 357-5177

Congregation Shaarey Zedek

27375 Bell Road

.

e Southfield, Mich.

e

Young Israel of Oak Woods

C o nratufatei

Mr. and Mrs. Max Sfollman

fte

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upon the marriage of their son,

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Melvyn to Lea Malechi

June 23, 1974

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