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July 28, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fridat. illy 28, 1918

Reform Jewry
Home Registered

Luncheon Honors Broomfield

New Uctiorsition_

Girls Fashions

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24901 Northwestern Hwy. at 10 & Evergreen

Former Secretary of State
Henry A. Kissinger will be
the featured speaker at a
luncheon honoring Rep.
William S. Broomfield noon
Sept. 14 at Branko's (for-
merly the Raleigh House).
Broomfield, who is the
ranking Republican on the
House Committee on Inter-
national Relations, is seek-
ing re-election in the 19th
Congressional District
which includes parts of
Oakland and Livingston
Counties.
Dr. Kissinger, who

CHARLESTON, S.C.
(JTA) — Kahal Kadosh
Beth Elohim, the birthplace
of the Reform movement in
the United States and the
oldest surviving Reform
synagogue in the world, has
been placed on the National
Register of Historic Places
by the U.S. Department of
the Interior.

The

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48011, 646-8414.

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Seeks Higher Office

• Active Trial Attorney (Civil and Criminal)

• Resident of Bloomfield Hills: former resident of Southfield.

• Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School
(Magna Cum Laude)

• B.A. and M.A. from University of Michigan (With Distinc-
tion)

• Former School Teacher, Instructor of Law, Wayne State
University Law School.

HILDA GAGE

• Endorsed by the South Oakland County Police Officers Association.

• A believer in fair and speedy process of law and that convicted lawbreakers should know of
the swift certainty of punishment as a deterrent to crime.

Awards and Activities





















Wayne State University Gold and Bronze Keys for Academic Achievement
Young Lawyers Section of Detroit Bar Association Award of Achievement
Arbitrator — American Arbitration Association and State Bar Grievance Board
Mediator — Circuit Court of Oakland County
Appointed to Civil Rights Commission by Governor Milliken in 1975. Reappointed in 1976.
Elected Treasurer — General Practice Section of the State Bar of Michigan (1977)
Elected Corresponding Secretary — Southfield Bar Association
Member of Family Law Committee and Judicial Liaison — Circuit Court Committee —
Oakland County Bar Association
Member of Political Advisory Committee — Women Lawyers Association and Detroit Bar
Association
Participant in Television Series — "Law in Your life" (VVXYZ-TV) and "Ask the Lawyers"
(VVTVS-TV)
Lecturer on Family law (Michigan Council of Family Relations: WSU Instructor — Consum-
ers. the Family and the Law)
life Member of Children's Hospital Auxiliary
Board Member of Dysautonomia Foundation
life Member of Hadassah
Board Member of Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood

HENRY KISSINGER

served as Secretary of
State in the last two Re-
publican Administra-
tions, will give his cur-
rent assessment of world
affairs, including the
situation in the Middle
East.

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Canada, Sweden, Switzer-
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England, Holland, Italy,
South Africa, Mexico and
Israel are participating.

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