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December 13, 1974 - Image 64

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-13

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Preparations for Allied Jewish Campaign Gains. Momentum

Dulzin to be AJC-IEF Division Special Guest

Leon Dulzin, treasurer of rael's Cabinet, Dulzin is a
the Jewish Agency, will • be member of the Liberal Party.
the special guest speaker at
a pre-Campaign meeting of
the 1975 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign_ - Israel Emergency
Fund set for Tuesday, Decem-
ber 17, _ at 8 p.m. at the
home of Marvin H. Goldman.
The leadership of the Cam-
paign and the top-ranking
workers in the Industrial and
Automotive Division have
been invited.
Dulzin is president of the
World Union of General Zion-
ists.
A former member of Is-

Junior Division
to Hear Chief
of Sinai Clinic

- LEON DULZIN

r

Goal to Be Set for '75 Drive

Detroiters to Honor Zuckerma

4 Pre-Campaign Associate Chairmen 1
Named for Allied Jewish Campaign

The pre-Campaign associ-
ate chairmen of the 1975 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund have been
appointed by general chair-
men Richard Sloan and Ar-
thur Howard.
They are Nathan L. Fink,
Jack A. Robinson, Norman
Wachler, and William M.
Wetsm an.
Fink, a 1974 executive com-
mittee member of the food
division, is a paSt chairman
of that division and a board
member of the Jewish Home
for the Aged. •
Robinson, a 1974 pre-Cam-
paign vice-chairman, is a
past chairman of the AJC-
IEF professional division.

A governor of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, Robinson
is a director of the Jewish
Family and Children's Ser-
vice. He is also a vice-presi-
dent of both Federation
Apartments and the Detroit
Service Group.
A 1974 pre-campaign vice-
chairman, Wachler is a board
member of the DSG and the
Jewish Community Center.
He is a past chairman of
Campaign's mercantile• divi-
sion.
Wetsman served as a 1974
pre-Campaign vice-chairman
and has been chairman of
the Campaign's service-arts &
crafts division. A past presi-
dent of Federation's- junior

NATHAN FINK

Golda Meir to Address United

Jewish Appeal National Parley

NEW YORK—A large dele-
gation of Detroiters will par-
ticipate in the UJA confer-
ence in NeW York this week-
end and will join in honoring
Paul Zuckerman on his re-
tirement from the general
chairmanship of the UJA.
Three thousand American
Jewish leaders will be pres-
ent at a major address to be
delivered by -Mrs. Golda
Meir, Saturday.
It is the first time Mrs.
Meir is addreSsing Jewish
leaders in the United. States
since stepping down from her
post as prime minister of
Israel.
Zuckerman said, the pur-
pose of the meeting "is to as-
sess the critical needs of the
people of Israel and to deter-
mine our responsibilities in
meeting those needs. With
the anticipated increase of
Soviet Jewish immigration to
Israel and the consequent
absorption demands, the role
of American Jewry is more
important than ever."
Today, a- special premiere



will be held at Carnegie Hall
of Elie Wiesel's "Zalmen; or
The Madness of God," a mys-
tical drama of one rabbi's
impassioned rebellion against
religious persecution in Rus-
sia.
Saturday afternoon, t h e
Louis A. Pincus Memorial
Lecture, dedicated to the out-
standing humanitarian efforts
of the late chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel,
will be delivered by Professor
Irving Greenberg, director of
the National Jewish Confer-
ence Center, on the subject,
"Crossroads of Destiny."

The conference will also
feature Leon Dulzin, treasur-
er of" the Jewish Agency; a
tribute to the 60th annivers-
ary of the Joint Distribution
Committee; a premiere of the
UJA-produced film, "T h e
Longest Wave," dealing with
the absorption of Soviet im-
migrants into Israeli society,
and a special Shabat pro-
gram.
UJA officers for 1975 will
be elected.

DR. PAUL PE'ARSALL

Dr. Paul Pearsall, chief of
the Problems of Daily Living
Clinic at Sinai Hospital, will
speak at a meeting of the
Jewish Welfare Federation's
Junior Division 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday, at the United Hebrew
Schools main building. Dr.
Pearsall's topic will be "Ef-
fective Sexual Communica-
tion."
Dr. Pearsall is a consultant
to Sinai Hospital's depart-
ment of psychiatry, neurol-
ogy, and obstetrics and gyne-
cology. He is an adjunct fac-
ulty member of Wayne State
University's departments of
education and clinical psy-
chology and psychology pro-
fessor at Henry Ford Corn-
munity College.
A graduate of WSU, Dr.
Pearsall has also studied at
the MaSters and Johnson
Clinic and the Institute for
Sex Research, Kinsey Insti:
tute.
Lecturing with Dr. Pearsall
will be Karen Crane, co-
therapist at the clinic's sexu-
al dysfunction program and
chief of occupational therapy
in Sinai's psychiatric -depart-
ment.

.....................

JACK A. ROBINSON

division, Welsman is- a board
member of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service & Community
Workshop and the DSG.
Appointed to serve as pre-

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NORMAN WACHLER

Campaign Vice-Chairmen are:
Lester S. Burton, Sherwood
Colburn, Sol R. Colton, Mar-
vin I. Danto, Benjamin H.
Frank, Marvin H. Goldman,

Jay M. Kogan, Malcolm S.
Lowenstein, and Graham A.
Orley-
Pre-Campaign is the large
gifts phase of the AJC-IEF.

Budgeting Conference Set for Wednesday

Reservations may still be Jewish Campaign - Isrkel presented by the chairmen of
made for the 26th annual pre- Emergency Fund are encour- Federation's four budget- and
campaign budget 'conference aged to attend the Confer- planning divisions.
of the Jewish Welfare Feder- ence and help in the process
Reservations for the confer-
ation next Wednesday, at 7:45 of developing the formula for
p.m. in the Shiffman Ilan of allocation of funds to be col- ence maybe made by calling
the Meyers Road Jewish lected in the 1975 Campaign. Mrs. Turner at the Federa-
Local, national, and over- tion office, 965-3939. There is
Community Center.
Contributors to the Allied seas program reports will be no charge.

• • •
Mrs. Broder Heads AJC-1EF Womens Division

Mrs. N. Brewster Broder
has been appointed chairman
of the women's division of the
1975 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund. Mrs.
William L. Deutsch will serve
as chairman of the large
gifts (pre-campaign) phase of
the campaign. The appoint-
ments were announced by
Richard Sloan and -Arthur
Howard, 1975 campaign gen-
eral chairmen.
Mrs. Broder is a past pre-
Campaign chairman and a
former pre-Campaign execu-
tive vice-chairman. The first
recipient of Federation's Syl-
via Simon Greenberg Award
for leadership, Mrs. Broder
has been active in women's
division for more than 10
years.
Currently a division vice-
president, Mrs. Broder is a
governor of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, a member of
JWF's education budget and
planning division, and a di-
rector of the Jewish Family
and Children's Service.
Mrs. Deutsch has been cor-
responding secretary of the

WM. M. WETSMAN

Women Hear HIAS Message

women's division, and chair- local, national, and humani- require greater support than
man of the women's paceset- tarian programs in Israel all ever before."
ters campaign meeting.

Mrs. Broder said, "We'll
be asking more than ten
thousand Detroit women for
gifts to our Campaign this
year. Every contributor and
potential ronor will be asked
to make the best possible gift
to our 1975 Campaign. Our

Women Mobilize for Campaign

...........,

. . .. ...........



MRS. N. BREWSTER
BRODER

(From left) Mrs. William L. Deutsch chats with guest
Mrs. Merrill Hassenfeld of Providence, Rhode Island, and
hostess Mrs. Richard Sloan at last week's post-snowfall fund-
raising afternoon for the 1975 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund. Mrs. IIassenfeld, who was the afternoon's
speaker, is president elect of the national women's division
of the United Jewish. Appeal. Mrs. Deutsch is chairman of
the women's division advance gifts section which has raised
$783,550 in its initial two events. The first meeting was held
at the Israeli embassy in Washington, D. C. in October. Mrs.
N. Brewster Broder is chairman of the women's division -
campaign and Mrs. Merle Harris is division president.

Enjoying a conversation with guest speaker Gaynor I.
Jacobson at the women's division institute of the Jewish
Welfare Federation are (seated; from left) Mrs. Nathan S.
Peterman, women's division vice-president, Mrs. Murray A.
Shekter, institute chairman (standing, from left) Mrs. Jack
W. Perlman, institute co-chairman, and Mrs. Merle A. Har-
ris, women's division president. Jacobson, executive vice-
president of the international United HIAS. Service, spoke to
360 women about the current problems facing Jewish emi-
grants. HIAS is a beneficiary of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund.

64—Friday, Dec. 13, 1974 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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