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April 15, 1977 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-15

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Friday, April 15, 1977 19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Chairmen for New Divisions
Announced by Israel Bonds

Merrill Gordon, general
chairman of the Metropol-
itan Detroit State of Israel
Bonds campaign, has an-
nounced the permanent for-
mation of five new divi-
sions, created to channel in-
vestment funds into Israel's
development pro gram.
The catagories, and their
chairmen, are: the Trade
and Industry Division, Mar-
vin Frankel: Accountant's
Division, Bruce E. Thal:
Food Industry Division,
Henry Dorfman; Profit
Sharing and Retirement

Fredrick
Jewelers

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/

Judge Norman Feder of
the 46th District Court and
vice chairman of the South-
field Civil Defense Council,
will he master of ceremo-
nies at a dinner honoring
the Civil Defense volunteers
Saturday at the Southfield
Parks and Recreation Build-
ing.

Programs, Robert W. Sie-
gel: and Attorney's Divi-
sion, Mark E. Schlussel.
The new chairmen will be
officially inaugurated at the
Inaugural Leadership Din-
ner, 6:30 p.m. April 27, at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Continuing in 1977 in their
leadership roles are Dr.
Joel I. Hamburger, chair-
man of the Medical Profes-
sions Division: and Franka
Charlupski, Chairman of
the_ _ Women's Division..
Also joining Gordon in
the inaugural ceremony
will be David Pollack, out-
going general chairman and
new honorary chairman;
Dr. Leon Fill. president of
the Prime Minister's Club:
Phillip Stollman, chairman
of the 10th Anniversary of
Reunited Jerusalem Cele-
bration: Leonard Farber,
chairman of the Ambassa-
dor's Society of Trustees;
David B. Hermelin and
David B. Holtzman, co-
chairmen of the Executive
Committee.

JS

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Judge Feder Leads Civil Defense Event

546 0973

Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Marked

Workmen's Circle Dis-
trict will commemorate the
34th anniversary of the War-
saw Ghetto Uprising 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the Labor Zion-
ist Institute.
The program consists of
songs, stories and poetry
featuring Mendel Hofer,

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chairman of Workmen's
Circle District Committee.

The public is invited. For
information. call Work-
men's Circle, 626-6016.

PRESENTS
RABBI MARSHALL T. MEYER
April 22, 23 & 24

Readers Forum

Rector and Founder of
the Jewish Theological
Seminary Branch, Semi-
nario Rabinico Latin-
americano in Buenos
Aires founder of the only
Conservative Congrega-
tion in Argentina, Bet-El;
entire Rabbinical Career
serving Latin American
Jewry.

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The
writer's name will be withheld from publication upon request.
No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will not be re-
turned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is enclosed.

Black Group's Letter Rebutted

Editor, The Jewish News:
I recently wrote to advise
the Jewish community of
an abuse that was being
spread through the Yellow
Pages of the telephone di-
rectory, whereby non-Jew-
ish groups were listing
themselves as Jewish con-
gregations.
To the best of my knowl-
edge, neither the state of
Michigan nor the telephone
company determines who is
a Jew or what is a syna-
gogue.

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Abe Cherow, Says •

THE TIME HAS COME FOR
YOU TO BE MORE
SELECTIVE ABOUT YOUR
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FOR LESS. OUR FABRIC
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FROM INDIA, BELGIUM,
ENGLAND, ITALY AND
EVERY CORNER OF THE
WORLD.

LET US BRING THESE
FABRICS TO YOUR HOME
OR VISIT US.

Those categories are de-
termined by the Shulkhan
Arukh, and according to the
Shulkhan Arukh, Cong. Isek
Abraham is not a Jewish
congregation in that not one
individual in the group is a

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Col. Arthur C. Becker, di-
rector of Civil Defense, said
a total of eight special
awards and certificates will
he presented to the men's
auxiliary deputies and
women's auxiliary deputies
and to the Radio Amateur
Civil Emergency Services.

ABE CHEROW, President

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■•■

Jew, either by birth or by
conversion.
There is no objection to a
Jewish group, joined for re-
ligious purposes, being
called a synagogue. When,
however, a non-Jewish
group presumes to adopt a
title to which they ob-
viously have no right, I feel
the Jewish community
should be put on the alert.
Rabbi Jack Goldman

(Men's Clubs1

ADAT SHALOM MEN'S
CLUB will hold a breakfast
forum 11 A.M. Sunday in
the synagogue. Continental
breakfast will be served.
Herbert Schneider of the So-
cial Security Adminis-
tration will be guest speak-
er. Harvey Nussbaum, pro-
gram chairman, invites the
public.

Friday, April 22 -
8:00 p.m.

"The Critical Situation of
the Jews in Latin America"

Saturday Morning,
April 23

"Is There a Future for the
Jews in Latin America?"

Sunday, April 24,
11:00 a.m.

Open Forum

Straight Talk
with

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