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January 15, 1971 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-15

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. Friday, January 15,1973-27
THE. DETROIT. JEWISH . NEWS
Warren Heads- CanipaignAnitainiitilve
Numerous Organizational Rallies Announced Or Hakesef Quartet to Sing at Dinner

Fishman and Shaye - pointed
out -that in the "Motor City" the
automotive and industrial divi-
sion is one of the most important
of the Allied Jewish Campaign.
In 1970 the division—which in-
cludes automotive sales, parts
and equipment; manufacturing
and machinery; and steel and
metals—raised $3,007,000. This
was an increase of 11 per cent
over 1969.
The 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund is well

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under way. Many organizational
meetings are planned for volunteer
workers in the coming campaign.
Among those scheduled are:

Aits and Crafts Division will hold
an orientation meeting for work-
ers 10 a.m. Sunday at the Jewish
Center, according to I. William
Sherr, chairman. Jack A. Robin-
son, chairman of the professional
division of the campaign and mem-
ber of Operation Israel 1971 will
be guest speaker.
Pre-Campaign Workers will have
a brunch meeting 10 a.m. Sunday,
also at the Jewish Center.
Shoe Section Workers will meet
12:15 p.m. Tuesday at Rascal
House, the chairman, D. Lawrence
Sherman, announced.
Pharmacists' Section will hold a

workers rally 8:15 p.m. Wednes-
day at Rascal House. Dr. Irwin
D. Kanat, member of Operation
Israel 1971, will address the group.
Attorneys' Section will hold its
Pace-Setters meeting 8 p.m. Thurs-
day at the home of Alan E.
Schwartz, 17651 Hamilton. David
Shoenbrun, noted author and TV
news commentator, will be guest
speaker. Joel G. Jacob is the sec-
tion chairman.
The Treasury Gifts Section of
the Metropolitan division brings to-

19,000th Blood Donor
to Win Bahamas Trip

The Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith -Council and the Bnai Brith
Women's Council of Metropolitan
Detroit will sponsor a blood bank
rally from 5 to 10 p.m. -Monday
and Tuesday, at Pepper School,
Oak Park.
The 19,000th Bnai Brith blood
donor will receive air transporta-
tion and hotel accommodations for
two to Freeport, Bahamas. Every
blood donor will have an oppor-
tunity to receive valuable gifts.
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai Brith's
blood bank is one of the largest
in the country. Blood bank chair.
men for the two councils are Henry

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gether officers of many Jewish
organizations 10 a.m. Jan. 24,
at the Jewish Center, to hear
Robert Kasle, who recently re-
-turned from a mission to Israel.
Morris Friedman is treasury gifts
chairman.
Junior Division will hold a spe-
cial meeting for campaign workers
11:30 a.m. 'Jan. 31, at Somerset
Park Community Bldg., Troy. Hy-
inan Safran, chairman of the ex-
ecutive committee of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, will speak,
chairman Robert M. Rubin said.
The division also will hold an
open board meeting 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday at the Whitehall Commtf-
nity Center. Rabbis Irwin Groner,
Sherwin Wine and Gerald Werner
will discuss the problems of the
day.

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Baritone Reuven Caspe, featured
Synagogue.
singer, was a music major at

The quartet sings to its own Drake University, and continued
guitar accompaniment compo.ii- his voice training with the Chicago

Sheri Maldaver Plans
Wedding to Joel Saxe

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For _further information, contact
Marvin Seligson, 864-7407.

Part of Curriculum

In true education, anything that
comes to our hand is as good as

a book: the prank of a page-boy,
the blunder of a servant, a bit of
table-talk—they are all part of
the curriculum.—Montaigne.

OR HAKESEF SINGERS

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Phillip T. Warren will head the
industrial and automotive division
of the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, Meyer
M. Fishman and Max M. Shayc,
campaign chairmen, announced.
Warren, executive vice president
of Paragon Steel Corp., is a direc-
tor of the Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice and a member of the commu-
nity relations division of the Jewish
Welfare Federation. He has served
the annual fund-raising drive as
associate chairman of the divi-
sion and as chairman of the steel
section.
Working closely with Warren
will be Joseph H. Pearlman, co-
chairman of the division and a
director of the Detroit Service
Group and Jewish Vocational
Service.
Edward Coopersmith, Milton R.
Gilman, Robert Kasle, Donald A.
Mahler and Joel Tauber are asso-
ciate chairmen. -
Jerome M. Ash, Gerson B. Bern-
stein and Merle Harris will serve
as pre-campaign chairmen.
Members of the division cabinet
include Harry B. Aronow, Martin
-Citrin, Sol Eisenberg, Joseph
D. Feldman, Mitchell Feldman,
Max M. Fisher, Kaye G. Frank,
Harry Goldman, Harvey H. Gold-
man; Irwin Green, Daniel M.
Honigman, Sarii D. Jacobs, Max-
well Jospey, Barney L. Keywell,
Jack 0. Lefton, Malcolm S. - Lowen-
stein, Milton K. Mahler, Ja- ck W.
Milen, Philip S. -Minkin and Robert
S. Trepeck.

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group.
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of their daughter Sheri Joan to
Joel Brian Saxe, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Saxe of Radclift Ave.,
Oak Park.
Miss Maldaver is a sophomore
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and now is a senior in law school.
A May wedding is planned.

Coeds Spending Term.
Working on Kibutz

NEW YORK — Eight coeds,
none of them Jewish, from Lake
Erie College are spending a term
of study on Kibutz Barkai. midway
between Tel Aviv and Haifa.
The eight, from a liberal arts
women's school in Plainsville, 0.,
are participating in "Winter Term
Abroad," a 20-year-old program at
the school They live as members
of the kibutz doing manual labor,
picking crops, preparing meals
and caring for the children.
Afternoons include lessons in
Hebrew, excursions and indepen-
dent study.
At a final orientation session
before leavittg for Israel, one coed

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in Central Park than in the streets
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were installed at a recent meeting
of the Goodfellowship Club: Louis *
Lyons, president; Ida Berger, vice
president; Sophie Finkel, treasur-
erzRae Weinstein and Ann Lyons,
secretaries; Jack Schechter, Harry
Weinstein and Jack Schwartz, trus- •
tees; and Eva Levin and Israel •

Finkel,. hospitalers.
Committee appointments were
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schechter, so-
cial and entertainment; Rae Kauf-

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liam Wintz and Hy Benach, pub-
licity and phone alert; and Harry
Berger, membership.

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