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December 03, 1976 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-12-03

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18 Friday, December 3, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Kissinger Successor Points to Vance

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WASHINGTON (JTA)
— President-elect Jimmy
Carter's personnel coor-
dinator has indicated the
successor to Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger
has not yet been selected
and that Kissinger would
provide counsel to him
and the new chief execu-
tive.
Hamilton Jordan, head
of Carter's successful
campaign for the Presi-
dency, said on the CBS-
Television program
"Face the Nation" he
does not rule out Cyrus
Vance, former Defense
Brzezinski, Columbia

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MIKE BYCK—Oak Park
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EVAN RISKIN—W. B'fld.
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ALAN HARTZ—Slid.
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MIKE GOODWIN—Sid.
Bnai David, Nov. 27
GREGG WARREN—w. B'fld.
Adat Shalom, Nov. 27

Secretary, or Zbigniew
University professor,
from high posts in the
new Administration.

Asked about Carter's
reference to Kissinger at
their meeting Saturday
in Plains, Ga., as his good

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and the Air Medal with an Oakleaf
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Sidney Lantz, Past state commander of
the Mich. J. W. V. and Founder of the
Lt. Henry J. Bodzin post #414 has
been declared the honoree of the
Post's first annual concert. Martin
Lerner, concert chairman, noted this
honor was conferred upon Sid Lantz
for his tireless efforts and vision in the
value of assisting children of Jewish
Veterans in their seeking traditional
Judaism through the Yeshiva and Day
School.
Mr. Lantz, a Southfield Business execu-
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graduate of City College, New York,
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He has served and chaired many local
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serve humanity.
His devotion to civic service has been
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of his wife, Toby, often joined by his 3
children.

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This year marks the 5th North American Tour of the Israeli Chassidic
Festival, which originated in 1969 as a contest for the best music set to
Biblical Verses, and every year since, composers from all over the world
enter their works in spirited competition. It's return is due to the tremen-
dous acclaim it has constantly received.

NEWSPAPER ACCLAIM: Described by the New York Post; "Something of
a Miracle" New York Times: "These Israeli ballads have an infectiously
open spirit as well as the foot tapping rythmic lilt so characteristic of the
country's many songs." Michael Lachetta of the New York Daily News
writes ". . . I found myself grooving to the sight and sound of Israel's
TOP entertainers." "IT'S THE BEST WAY TO SEE AND HEAR ISRAEL IF YOU
CAN'T LEAVE TOWN."

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