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May 02, 1980 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-05-02

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Lubavitch Sponsor Lag b'Omer
Parade, Demonstrations Sunday

A Grand Lag b'Omer in conjunction with the Lubavitcher Center and
Parade for children will be world-wide drive for educa- the crowd will then
held 10 a.m. Sunday, start- tion by the Chabad- march to Major Park.
ing at the Lubavitch Center Lubavitch organization. There will be organized
in Oak Park. The parade will be pre- games and contests.
The parade is being held ceeded by symbolic
Lunches will be served to
"Demonstrations for Educa- the children. There is a
tion" at 9:30 a.m. in front of charge. For information,_
the following city halls:
call the Lubavitcher Cen-
Beverly Hills, Birming- ter, 548-2666.
ham, Bingham Farms,
Bloomfield Hills, Far- Children's Lag b'Omer
mington Hills, Huntington parades will also be held in
Woods, Southfield, W. Lansing, Ann Arbor, Grand
Bloomfield, Ferndale, De- Rapids, Royal Oak, Troy
troit, Franklin, Livonia and and Windsor. At 4 p.m.,
Oak Park.
Channel 9 will televise a
Speakers will address special
program,
the gathering at the "Lubavitch, City of Love."

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Speak On
"What's Next
In The Middle East?"

(The Morris E. Bloomberg Judaica Lecture)

8 p.m. Tuesday, May 6th, 1980

at

Mat Shalom Synagogue

29901 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills

Public Invited At No Charge

Rabbi Philip Blachorsky
has been named spiritual
leader of Cong. Bnai Israel.
Rabbi Blachorsky was or-
dained at Yeshiva Chofetz
Chaim in New York. He has
held pulpits in New York,
New Jersey and Connec-
ticut.
He also was an educa-
tional director and is active
in the resettlement in the

U.S. of Russian Jews. Rabbi
Blachorsky is a certified
mohel.
Rabbi Blachorsky con-
ducts services in the tem-
porary headquarters of the
congregation, located at
71 1/2 N. Saginaw, Pontiac.
New facilities are under
construction at Walnut
Lake and Green Roads in
West Bloomfield Township.

Communal Appeal Is Issued
on Behalf of Vaad Dinner

Leonard Borman, chair- Alvin Reifman, Julius
man of the 51st anniversary Rotenberg, Hyman Safran,
dinner of the Council of Or- Jack Shenkman, Soberman,
thodox Rabbis, invites the Milgrom and Cooper
community to the dinner to Families, Phillip Stollman
be held 6 p.m. May 14 at the and Max Stollman.
main Jewish Community
Center.
Serving with Borman are:
David Hermelin, Michael
Karbal, Sam Novetsky and
Nathan Soberman, associ-
ate chairman. The Honor-
ary Chairmen are Irwin I.
Cohn and Julius Rotenberg.
Sponsors and patrons com-
mittee chairmen are Salek
Lessman and David Pol-
lack.
Dinner Sponsors (in for-
mation are:
Marvin Berlin, Leonard
Borman, Paul Borman,
Judge Avern Cohn, Irwin I.
Cohn, John D. Daniels,
Henry Dorfman, Morris
Flatt, Nathan Goldin,
Samuel Hechtman, David
Hermelin, David Holtzman,
Julius Katz, Karbal Fam-
ily, Salek Lessman, Sam
Novetsky, Royal A. Op-
penheim, David Pollack,

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Carter Committee
Includes Israelis

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Robert Strauss, national
chairman of the Carter-
Mondale re-election
corn-
,
mittee, announced last
week the formation of an in-
ternational steering com-
mittee of Democrats abroad
that includes a group living
in Israel.
A press release issued by
the campaign committee
named the following in Is-
rael: Prof. Harold Wilken-
feld, Dr. Miron Sheskin and
Sylvia Shapiro, all of
Jerusalem; and William
Wexler of Herzliya.

Every man, however
wise, needs the advice of
some sagacious friend in the
affairs of life.

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