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Political Issues" at the first forum
on Oct. 1. On Nov. 5, Miles Jaffe,
attorney and American Jewish
Committee national board
member, will discuss "Arms and
Disarmament" with Dr. Arthur
Vander, a professor at the Uni-
versity of Michigan Medical
School and associate chairman of
Physicians for Social Responsibil-
ity. Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will speak
on "Disarmament: The Jewish
Ethical Approach" at the last pro-
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Bea Feigelman, president of the
Women of Jewish National Fund,
announces that the women will
hold their opening meeting of the
year at noon on Tuesday at Tem-
The women will announce their
new project for their annual
fund-raising donor event which
will take place on Dec. 11 at Cong.
The guest speaker will be Ed-
ward Rosenthal, executive direc-
tor of the JNF Council of Met-
Ann Grossman will give the in-
vocation, and a musical program
of Yiddish, Hebrew and English
songs by "Di Klezmer Tsvai"
featuring Larry Bassin and Joel
The Women's Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation will
sponsor a three-part series of so-
cial awareness programs to take
place the first Monday of the
month starting Oct. 1, with suc-
ceeding programs on Nov. 5 and
The "First Monday" series pre-
sents an opportunity to meet with
informed speakers and share
breakfast and conversation with
other women interested in issues
of personal, community and na-
Attorney and former U.S. Con-
gressman from Michigan William
Brodhead will speak on "Critical
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