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Invite you to enjoy an afternoon at Kart 2 Kart
for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Style Open House
42705 Van Dyke Ave. • Sterling Heights 48314
September 14, 2003
Noon to 3:00 pm
Karting, Food, Music & Decorating Ideas
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The Zionist Organization of America's
Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award will be
bestowed upon Saul and Sylvia
Waldman for contributions to the cause
of Jewish education and the Jewish
communi ty, and their life-long dedica-
tion to the State of Israel.
The award presentation will highlight
the ZOA's 70th annual Balfour
Celebration Concert Sunday evening,
Oct. 26, at the Millennium Theater
Center in Southfield. Broadway star
Mal Lawrence and Paul Zim will enter-
Saul Waldman was chairman of the
building committee for the Holocaust
Memorial Center. He is a past vice
president, president and chairman of
the board. He was a founder of the
original Founders Committee for Hillel
Day School, built its original building
and later served as president. He is an
active member of Congregation Shaarey
Sylvia Waldman is a supporter of
Israel and active in the Jewish commu-
nity in her own right. She has been a
committed participant for years to
Jewish and Zionist causes.
Patrons, who contribute $360 will
receive two tickets to the concert, with
preferred seating, listing in the souvenir
program book and the Jewish News, and
an invitation to the tribute committee
brunch at Franklin Hills Country Club.
For tickets, call the ZOA, (248) 282-
FBI Agent Talks
Special Agent in Charge Willie T.
Hulon of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation will serve as keynote
speaker at the Michigan Region of
the Anti-Defamation League's open-
ing board meeting 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, at Temple Shir
Shalom. Hulon will discuss concerns
of terrorism and security since 9-11.
Since joining the FBI in
September of 1983, Hulon has con-
ducted several drug, gang, domestic
terrorism, and violent crime investi-
gations. He formed
and supervised a
force that received
the U.S. attorney
general for the suc-
of a Texas prison
Hulon was desig-
nated special agent
in charge of the
Detroit division in 2002.
He will discuss national and local
security issues such as Detroit having
one of the busiest borders in
America, along with having one of
the largest Arab populations in the
United States. Following the presen-
tation, he will take questions from
This event is open to the public
and free of charge. Refreshments will
be served. For information, call the
Michigan Region of the Anti-
Defamation League, (248) 646-
Former Israel Prime Minister
Benjamin Netanyahu will be the
keynote speaker at the Congregation
Shaarey Zedek State of Israel Bonds
Tribute Dinner, 6 p.m. Tuesday,
Sept. 9, at the synagogue.
The dinner honors Marta and
Netanyahu is finance minister in
the government of Ariel Sharon. He
was the first prime minister elected
directly by the people of Israel, serv-
ing as the head of government from
May 1996 until
Since the first
bond was sold in
1951, Israel Bonds
has secured more
than $25 billion in
to develop Israel's
economy and has
maintained a per-
fect record on the
payment of princi-