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June 16, 1978 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-06-16

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TIE IETROIT DISH Nuts

Rosman Seeks State Position

Stephen M. Rosman an-
nounced his candidacy for
the State Legislature as a
Democrat. He will run in
the 24th District.
Rosman is founder and
chairman of "Citizens in
Opposition to M-275." Ros-
man also has developed a

Growth Limitation Ordi-
nance.
He is a founding member
of the Lakes Area Council
for the Arts, and a member
of the Sierra Club, Audubon
Society, Eastern Michigan
Environmental Action
Council, Michigan United
Conservation Clubs, the
National Historic Trusts
and a former activities
leader at the YMCA.
Rosman was graduated
from Eastern Michigan
University with a degree in
political science.

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carry out.

Pioneer Women Council Sets
Day-Long Annual Conference

Greater Detroit Council
Pioneer Women will hold an
all-day meeting, combining
its annual conference and
installation, 9 a.m. Thurs-
day at the Labor Zionist In-
stitute.
Registration will begin at
9 a.m. The education de-
partment, headed by Billie
Kramer and Evelyn
Noveck, will chair a discus-
sion on proposals for the
next year at 10 a.m. From
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Esther
Fishman and Margaret
Huppert, vice presidents of
funds, will lead a session on
funds. Luncheon will be
served at 12:30.

The president's report
will follow, and new de-
partmental resolutions will
be presented. The afternoon
will include the presenta-
tion of awards and the in-
stallation. Judy Telman,
midwest area coordinator,
will install the officers.
They are: Betty Rath,
president; Ruth Miller,
executive vice president;
Esther Fishman, Mar-

Singles Events

SUNDAY JEWISH
SINGLES of the Jewish
Community Center will
hold an ice cream social 8
p.m. Sunday in the main
Jewish Center complex.
Music for dancing will be
provided. There is a charge.
For information, call Ann
Klempner, 557-3698; Bea
Braun, 357-4369; or
Dorothy Shapiro, 557-2599.

BETTY BATH
garet Huppert, Mary
Shuster, Elsie Harold,
Evelyn Noveck, Isabel
Slutsky and Judith
Weinstein, vice presi-
dents; Karen Berris and
Rose Chesluk, treasur-
ers; Adele Mondry, Pearl
Nusbaum, Lorraine Gale,
Blanche Tuchman,
Judith Holtz and Rose
Gruskin, secretaries.
Chairman of the day will
be Bessie Berris, past Coun-
cil president.

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Shown at Monday's Israel Bond reception honoring
Michigan National Corp. president Stanford Stod-
dard are, from left, Mrs. Stoddard, hosts Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Weisberg, guest speaker Dan Halperin of the
Israel Ministry of Finance and Stoddard.

More than 80 community
leaders and major account
holders in the Michigan Na-
tional Bank system at-
tended a cocktail reception
Monday evening honoring
Stanford C. Stoddard, pres-
ident of the Michigan Na-
tional Corp. hosted by Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Weisberg
of Franklin.
The reception culminated
a series of 14 such events
held state-wide in advance
of the Michigan National
Corp. Tribute Dinner being
held in cooperation with
State of Israel Bonds 5:30
p.m. Sunday at Kellogg
Center, Michigan State
University.
The Weisbergs' reception
realized a significant com-
mitment of State of Israel
Bond loan funds, bringing
the state-wide total com-
mitment in tribute to Stod-
dard to more than $3 mill-
ion to date.

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Sister Cities

MONTREAL (JTA) —
More than 1,500 people at-
tended a ceremony officially
naming Hampstead and
Kiryat Shmona twin cities.

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MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
have an outdoor dinner-
picnic 7:30 p.m. Saturday at
the Oak Park Major Park
shelter area. Participants
are requested to bring their

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Mess Kits
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BROOKLYN — Cong.
Zichron Eliezer Meskin has
established a Center for
Geirim (converts) to
"strengthen them in their
determination to remain
Torah-true Jews."

own food, and games, fris-
bees and guitars. There is a
nominal charge. The group
will hold a "Fresser's Night"
7 p.m. Thursday in the
Pickle Barrel Deli, followed
by dessert in the home of
Sue Sugarman, 23140
Eastwood, Oak Park. There
is a nominal charge for de-
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