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October 22, 1976 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Federation Annual Meeting
Scheduled at Jewish Center

The Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit will
hold its 50th annual meet-
ing, 6 p.m., Nov. 26 at
the Jewish Community
Center complex in West
Bloomfield. Federation

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president Martin E. Cit-
rin announced.
The meeting will in-
clude the president's an-
nual report and the elec-
tion of nine members-at-
large to the board of gov-
ernors for a three-year
term.
Nominees to the board
are Ruth K. Broder, Al-
bert M. Colman, Samuel
Hechtman, David B.
Hermelin, Prof. Mark L.
Kahn, Michael W. Mad-
din, Herbert P. Sillman,
Joel D. Tauber and Bruce
E. Thal.
Chairman of the 1976
Nominating Committee is
Dulcie Rosenfeld. Other
committee members are
Dr. Conrad L. Giles, Ar-
thur Howard, Dr. Peter G.
Shifrin and Richard Sloan.
The dinner will be high-
lighted by the presenta-
tion of the Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Award • for
communal leadership
to Jack 0. Lef ton.

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NEW YORK — The
American Association for
Jewish Education has
named Hyman Pomer-
antz, principal of Har
Zion Hebrew School in
Philadelphia for the past
11 years, as director of its
Department of Personnel
Services.

ITES will have a Simhat
Torah dance 9 p.m.
Saturday at the Oak Park
Community Center.
There will be refresh-
ments, a social mixer. and
dancing to Johnny "C"
and his orchestra. For in-
formation, call Mollie
Stern, 342-2791; or Shir-
ley Kaner, 398-2296.

MAGICIAN

Ohio Center Plans Singles Weekend

COLUMBUS, Ohio —
The United Singles of the
Columbus, Ohio, Jewish
Center (age 30 and older)
will have their third an-
nual November weekend
Nov. 19-21 at the Colum-
bus Marriott Inn.

Israel Kessar, trea-
surer of the General Fed-
eration of Labor in Israel,
addressed the local His-
tadrut campaign leader-
ship at a private - dinner
given in his honor at
Michigan Inn, and also
was honored at a trade
union luncheon.
Kessar spoke about the
Entebbe rescue mission.
He said the Entebbe inci-
dent did much to bolster
the spirit and morale of
Israelis and it set an
example for the free na-
tions and reminded them
of their obligations when
they are faced by ter-
rorists and antagonistic
governments.
More important . how-
ever, Kessar said, was the
fact that Israel remains
one of the democratic
outposts in the Middle
East on which the west-
ern nations can depend,
and therefore it is no
wonder that Israeli-
United States friendship
has remained strong and
is becoming stronger.
„Kessar also lauded or-
ganizations such as His-
tadrut which look after
the social and welfare
needs of the population.
Kessar highlighted His-
tadrut's involvement in
the "open fence" policy ,

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Profile: N.P. Rossen'

There is a charge.
At noon Wednesday,
Hillel will present the sec-
ond in its series of roundt-
able luncheon forums.
Yael Rom, scholar-in-
residence of the Detroit
Zionist Federation, will
speak on "Women and the
Military in Israel." Hot
kosher lunch will be av-
ailable.
For information on any
upcoming Hillel event,
call the Bnai Brith Hillel
Foundation, 577-3459.

'Histadrut
* IS Israel'

Nate Rossen is a plaintalking
man.

The "Nathan P. Rossen" en-
graved on the countless plaques
that line his Oak Park study is

probably too formal for him.

Because when he talks about giv-
ing — and the list of charities -
represented in those plaques is
long indeed — Nate Rossen
gets right down to business.

"For Israel, I'll do anything,"
he says. "And Histadrut is Is-
rael."

Histadrut, the General
Federation of Labor in Israel,
has a vast network of social
welfare facilities, construc-
tion and maintenance of

N. P.- ROSSEN

which would not be possible without the assistance of Israel's
friends.

Rossen has been one of those friends since the early '30s.

Last year, he was honored by the people of Nolan in thanks for the
cultural center built with his $25,000 gift to Histadrut. It is centers such as
this one, with its facilities for young people and adults, that Histadrut is
constructing throughout Israel to sweeten the lives of her people.

A member of the national board of directors of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation, Rossen is a firm believer in that organization's life-giving

task: to mobilize support for Histodrut's Israel activities through bequests
and annunity programs.

ISRAEL KESSAR

which allows Lebanese to
enter Israel for medical
treatment, to visit rela-
tives and to market their
goods.
There will be a report
meeting Ndv. 7 at the
Labor Zionist Institute,
at which delegates to His-
tadrut's national conven-
tion in New York will re-
port.

He is a self-made man, financial hardship having prevented Rossen's
continuing in school past the age of 8. Nevertheless, the 80-year-old
retired insurance man and real estate broker is a firm believer in
education.

The future of Israel's disadvantaged youngsters is particularly
important to him. He noted that Histadrut's trade schools teach

young people to be productive human beings in a nation that
sorely needs manpower.

For this task, Rossen, who is treasurer of the 1976-77 Israel Histadrut
Campaign, is ready to give an extra measure of himself.

He refuses to get tired. "Every fall, when the Histadrut Campaign
opens," he says, "I get excited all over again."

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Michigan Jewish
Singles Council

dr

an organization for singles 18-35
affiliated with the Jewish Community Center
invites you to its

Saxe Is Named
to Magen David

NEW YORK — Benja-
min Saxe of New York has
been named executive
vice president of Ameri-
can Red Magen David for
Israel (ARMDI), it was
announced by Emanuel
Celler, national chair-
man.

Are In
Are You.?

547-2464

For information, con-
tact Janet Sanders, group
adviser at the Columbus
Jewish Center, 1125 Col-
lege Avenue, Columbus,
Ohio 43209, (1-614-231-
2731). Deadline for reser-
vation is Nov. 15.

WSU Hillel Will Sponsor
Country Dance, Lunch Forum

At 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
Wayne State University
Bnai Brith Hillel Found-
ation will present its so-
cial kickoff for the 1976-77
academic year with "A
Night in the Country," at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
There will be square
dancing, optional hillbilly
masquerade, country-
style games, and re-
freshments.
Admission is open to all
Jewish collegians regard-
less of school affiliation.

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Singles Events

SUNDAY • JEWISH
SINGLES will meet 8 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish
Community Center, room
239. A speaker from
Common Cause will dis-
cuss Presidential election
issues. Refreshments will
be served. There is a nom-
inal charge.
-
* * *
DETROIT SOCIAL-

Friday, October 22, 1976 45

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