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May 01, 1992 - Image 47

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-01

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THE SEVENTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
AND ELECTIONS OF THE
AGENCY FOR JEWISH EDUCATION

Temple Emanu-El Presents

r

Adat Shalom
'Sets Celebration

Adat Shalom members will
celebrate Yom Ha'atzma'ut 6
p.m. May 8 with a Kabbalat
Shabbat service and dinner.
Synagogue•clergy will lead
songs and special prayers for
the occasion. Israeli dancing
will complete the festivities.
The dinner is sponsored by
the Adat Shalom Jewish Ex-
periences for Families com-
mittee and chaired by Naomi
and Amnon Reiter. There is a
charge.
For reservations by May 4,
call the synagogue office,
851-5100.

N EWS

TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1992
7:30 p.m.

Louis and Esther LaMed Auditorium
'United Hebrew Schools Building
21550 West Twelve Mile Road, Southfield

• Commander under Menachem Begin in the
controversial lrgun during Israel's War for
Independence.

• Undercover agent - for the Mossad, Israel's
secret service, traveling covertly into Arab
countries in the 1960's to attempt to secure
freedom for Jews still living there.

The Nominations Committee presents the following slate:
Dr Joseph N. Epel
President
Robert A. Berlow
First Vice President
Dr Gerald Stollmon
Second Vice President
Jerome Schwartz
Third Vice President
Robert H. Schwartz
Secretory
Sylvia lwrey
Treasurer

Monday, May 4 at 7:00 pm (in English)
Thursday, May 7 at 7:00 pm (in Hebrew)

The three members at large nominated for the Executive
Committee are:

Mel Seidman

Members nominated for a three-year term on the Board
of Directors:

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Robert Sandler
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Janis Waxenberg

Adrienne Milin
Robert Harris Orley
Matilda Rubin
.
James Safran

Harold Berry
Dr. Joseph N. Epel
Ellen Hechler
Barbara Klarman
Dr. Leonard Lochover

Member nominated for a two-year term on the Board of
Directors:

Dr. George Gruenberger

Nominations Committee Chair: Matilda Rubin

Co-Chair: Mel Seidman

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► No Accord
May Mean Strike

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A half-
million Israeli public sector
employees may walk off the
job this week unless last-
minute efforts to avert a
general strike succeed.
The strike was called by
Histadrut's trades union
department to protest delays
in reaching a wage-hike
agreement for employees at
all levels of national and
local government.
It would affect clerks,
academicians, engineers,
hospital staffs and other
workers.
Shalom Granit, the Fi-
nance Ministry's wage coor-
dinator, was scheduled to
meet with Haim Haberfeld,
chairman of the trades union
department, to try to reach
an agreement.
The two men spoke by
telephone several times dur-
ing the day. But as the hour
of their face-to-face meeting
approached„ both sides
sounded pessimistic.
Mr. Haberfeld said that
only the signing of a new na-
tional wage pact could keep
the civil servants at their
jobs.

Adrienne Milin

Lawrence Lax

There is no charge for this program.
The public is invited.

Beit -Kodesh
Chai Dinner

Congregation Beit Kodesh
will ho'st their 33rd Annual
Chai Dinner 5:30 p.m. May 3.
This year's honoree is Martha
Gordon. Ms. Gordon is being
► honored for her many years of
service and work at the
synagogue. Ms. Gordon's re-
cent efforts to revitalize the
Sisterhood are especially
appreciated.
Entertainment will be pro-
vided by Corinne Stavish,
folklorist and storyteller.
For information on the din-
ner, call Sandra Sullaway
Gibbings, 421-1017.

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