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October 29, 1976 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Welfare Federation Appoints Public Relations Director

Irwin Schwartz has
been named director of
public relations of the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion of Detroit, it was an-
nounced by Sol Drachler,
executive director.

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Schwartz
Rosemarie Kitchin, pub-
lic relations director of
the organization for the
past three years.
Schwartz is a native of
New York City where he
has been a public rela-
tions professional for the
past 15 years. He has
worked as director of pub-
lic information for JOIN,

Labor Israel Unit
Plans Convention

an anti-poverty agency;
director of public rela-
tions for the American
Committee for Israel's
25th Anniversary; and as
director of special project
publicity for the United
Jewish Appeal of Greater
New York.
When he was with Un-
ited Jewish Appeal of Gre-

ater New York, Schwartz
worked closely with a
program designed to raise
funds for reconstruction of
the Rambam Hospital in
Israel.

He earned a BA degree
with a major in American
studies at Brooklyn Col-
lege in 1957 and an MA

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Zionist Organization's Balfour
Concert Program Announced

NEW YORK — Israel
Kessar, treasurer of the
1.2 million member His-
. tadrut, and Major Gen-
eral Avrah.am Adan,
commander of the Ar-
mored Division that
blocked the Egyptian ad-
vance into Sinai during
the Yom Kippur War, will
be special guests at the
53rd annual convention
of the National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel Oct.
22-24 at the New York
Hilton.
A total of 2,0.00 dele-
gates will attend the con-
clave which will launch
the 1976-77 Israel Histad-
rut Campaign.
Kessar heads the
treasury department,
and is chairman of the
American desk.
Gen. Adan is serving as
military attache at the
Israel Embassy in
Washington.
Aaron L. Solomon, a
New York attorney, is
-:general convention
chairman.

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IT TAKES A JUDGE
TO DO A JUDGE'S JOB.

• Endorsed by both Democratic and Republican
Parties
• Endorsed by Oakland County District Judges'
Association
• Endorsed by the Detroit Free Press
• "Highest rated overall among challengers . .."
Oakland Press
• Endorsed by many businessmen, professionals and
labor groups
• Endorsed by South Oakland County Bar Association
FOUR YEARS AS DISTRICT COURT JUDGE HAS SHOWN
THAT JUDGE FRANCIS X. O'BRIEN:
• Gives firm but fair sentences to all convicted
• Insures full cooperation of the court with those
involved in reducing crime
• Administers justice fairly and impartially to all
• Is punctual, expedient and faithful in performance
of judicial duties
; HIGHLY RATED BY OAKLAND COUNTY BAR
ASSOCIATION FOR:
• Temperment
, • Legal ability
• Industry
• Impartiality

Paid for and authorized by the Committee To Elect
Francis X. O'Brien

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VOTE NOVEMBER 2! PROMOTE
DISTRICT JUDGE FRANCIS X. O'BRIEN
TO THE OAKLAND COUNTY
CIRCUIT COURT!

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The Balfour Concert Telethon Committee of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit is working to insure a
sell-out performance at the annual Balfour Concert Nov.
7. Shown are, from left, seated, Mrs. Sanford A. Bennett,
Mrs. Norma T. Hudosh, Mrs. Sidney Z. Leib and Mrs. I.
Walter Silver. Standing, from left, are Mrs. Louis
Panush, Mrs. Herzl Shur, Mrs. Jack R. Greenberg, Mrs.
Ira G. Kaufman, Mrs. Joel I. Hamburger and Mrs.
Richard B. Kramer.
* *
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Concertino for Clarinet
The 44th annual Bal-
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sored by the Zionist Or-
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ganization of America-
Maria von Weber and
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District
at
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featuring
Goodman as
AT YOUR HOME
Auditorium Nov. 7 will
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and his Quartet in con- D. 759 in B Minor; and
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SAN y RlEaMAN
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For ticket information,
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GRAEME
FLOWERS

degree
in
social
philosophy at the City
University of New York,
in 1966.
In recent years, he has
written extensively on
philosophical issues in-
cluding an unpublished
book, "On Being Human."

Friday, October 29, 1976 47

WE URGE YOU
TO PROMOTE

JUDGE
FRANCIS X.
O'BRIEN

TO THE
CIRCUIT COURT

County Commissioner Dennis
Aaron
Ivan E. Barris
Louis G. Barry
Ronald M. Bookholder
Councilman Merton Colturn
Robert L. Fenton
Dr. Allan Goldstein
Jerome C. Gropman
Marlene Gropman
Ira J. Jaffe
George Korman
Jack Korman
Leslie H. Kutinsky
Bernard Levine, M. D.
Elliott Levine
Samuel Rubin
Henry A. Schiffer
Harry Shatzman
Mayor David H. Shepherd
Burton R. Shifman
Mr. 8 Mrs. Stuart Sinai
Edward Sosnick
Larry R. Trager
Tillie & Charles Weiner
Irving H. Wiener
Stephen M. Wittenberg

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