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In the future, one of Probus'
goals is to enlarge its
membership, says Stone.

"The only criteria are that
you be Jewish and a profes-
sional person — a business
person, or some profession.
Since our dues are what spon-
sor our projects, we're always
looking to find more
members, of course."

Membership meetings are
held annually, to which

guests are invited by Probus
Club members.
Although, according to
Stone, there are no women in
the Detroit chapter of the Pro-
bus Club, they are welcome to
join, and do make up a grow-
ing percentage of member-
ship in other chapters.
"Also, we'd like to be more
well known (in the future),"
adds Stone. "Even though we
do a lot of work, we'd like to
know of other new projects we
could work on. You know, if
there's a specific individual or
group that's in need, we want
to know about that. It's what
we're here for — to help."

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NEWS

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JULY

Israeli Cabinet
May Curtail
S. African Ties

George (Mike) Zeltzer

GEORGE M. (MIKE)
ZELTZER has joined the

suburban Detroit-based law
firm of Schlussel, Lifton,
Simon, Rands, Galvin and
Jackier, P.C., following
careers in banking and
philanthropy. He will be "of
counsel" to clients of the
50-attorney firm in matters
relating to financial institu-
tions, real estate, estate plan-
ning and philanthropic
giving.

SOUTHFIELD BUSINESS
INCUBATOR CENTER,
INC., 18977 W. 10 Mile; will

have a seminar on "Is Fran-
chising for You?" conducted
by Ike Engelbaum, at 6:30
p.m. Wednesday at the
business center. There is a fee,
and reservations are due by
Monday. For details, call the
center, 557-1226.

AUSTIN A. KANTER, a Na-
tional Life of Vermont
general agent in Birm-
ingham, will be among the

Tel Aviv (JTA) — The
Cabinet is about to discuss a
series of proposals to severe-
ly curtail economic and cul-
tural ties between Israel and
South Africa, Yediot Achronot
reported last Monday.
The newspaper said the
South African government
has been informed of the pro-
posals through diplomatic
channels and has also been
advised that Israel intends
soon to discuss the issue of
sanctions.
Pretoria has responded by
warning Israeli diplomats
that approval of the proposed
measures could increase anti-
Semitic attitudes and actions
on the part of the nationalist-
conservative wing of the
white population against
South Africa's Jewish com-
munity of about 120,000.
According to the news-
paper,the Cabinet may con-
vene in special session to
consider recommendations
prepared by an inter-depart-
mental team of senior of-
ficials. Proposals include a
cut-off or drastic limitation of
trade tourism, cultural and
sports ties. The proposals ap-
parently are supported by
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres.

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