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January 17, 1975 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-17

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 17,1975-9

in BIRMINGHAM at

WILSON-CRISSMAN CADILLAC

CALL BUS.. MI 4-1930
RES. 642-6E136 -
1350 N. WOODWARD,
BIRMINGHAM
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Jewish Welfare Federation Divisions Mobilize
Volunteers to Spark Allied Jewish. Campaign

Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's divisions are mobiliz-
ing their volunteer forces at
meetings and other special
- events to raise funds for the
annual. Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Israel Emergency
Fund.

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• Sport Shirts • Walking Suits

• Slacks • Jeans
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Mon., Tues.,
Wed., I & Sat.,
10 a.m.-6 p.m.

29281 Southfield Rd.
Southfield, Mich. 48076
(Farrell's ShoppingPlaza) .

559_7898 •

Thurs., Fri. ,
)0 a.m.-8:30p.m.

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The Junior Division men's
section will hear Zvi Kolitz,
film and theatrical producer,
at a cocktail_ party 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the Shiawassee
Hotel.
Kolitz, a screenwriter, was
executive producer of "Hill
24 Doesn't Answer," Israel's
first major film and winner
of a Cannes Film Festival

YAEL BAR-ZAICAI

award; co-producer of the
Broadway productiOn of "The
Deputy," and executive pro-
ducer of "The First Cizila,"
a film based on the Nobel
Prize-winning novel by - Alek-
sandr Solzhenitsyn.
Chairman ' of the Junior
Division men's pre-campaign
section is John M. Frank.
Richard Maddin is adviser.
Vice chairmen are Jeffrey N.
Bonin, Bruce J. Finsilver and
Thomas M. Kukes.
Associate chairmen are
David S. Aronow, Benjamin
Brody, James M. Cohen,
Harry S. Ellman, Alan H.
Finer, Gary L. Fried, Dennis
Gershenson, - Brian , J. Kott,
Eric C. Oppenheim, Norman
A. Pappas, E. Steven Robin-
son and Richard F: Roth.
For reservations, call
Junior Division director, Mrs.

Lillian Bernstein, 965-3939.
The Real Estate and Build-
ing Trades Division will hear
UN correspondent, Moses
Schonfeld, 8 p.m. Tuesday at
the home of division co-chair-
man,- Myron L. Milgrom.
Currently broadcasting for
two radio networks Schonfeld
is a former special consultant
to Ambassador Henry. Cabot
Lodge. He also is the author
of "Nutrition Problems 'in
Relief and Rehabilitation"
and "The Mark of the Swas-
tika."
Chairmen of the Real Es-
tate and Building Trades Di-
vision are Milton Barnett
and Milgrom. Associate chair-
men are Milton H. Dresner,
Stephen Lanyi, Milford Ne-
mer and Charles Snider.
Pre-Campaign chairmen are
Jerome Acker, Lester Bur-
ton, Jay M. Kogan, David
Leader, Henry L. Lerman,
Graham A. Orley, Irving
Seligman, I. William Sherr,
Phillip Stollman and A. Al-
fred Taubman.
The Women's Division will
hear Yael Bar-Zakai, profes:,
sor of Hebrew literature and
- landguage at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity, at its $500 meeting
12:30 p.m. Thursday at the
home of Mrs. Doreen Herme-
An-
A native Israeli, Miss Bar-
Zakai is involved in absorp-
tion center work with Rgs-
sian and Eastern European
immigrants to Israel. A mem-
ber of the Women's Corps of
the Israel Defense Forces
from 1960 to 1962, she work-
ed in hospital centers with
the wounded during the Yom
Kippur War.
Miss _Bar-Zakai has studied
in St. Louis where she was
active in the Israel Student
Organization. She attended

graduate school in EngliSh
literature 'at the City of Lon-
don College in Great Britain.
Chairman for the afternoon
meeting is Mrs. Shelby Tau-
ber who is being assisted by
executive vice chairman Mrs.
Barbara Wachler.
, Mrs. Ruth Broder is the
Women's .Division Campaign
.chairman for 1975.
Other committee members

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ZVI KOLITZ

for the $500 Meeting are
Mesdames Rosalie Kolbert,
assigning; Renee Mahler,
briefing; Doralee Goldman,
adviser; use Doner, Diane
Grand, Elizabeth Katz and
Rhoda Siegel, vice chairmen;
Joan Goldrath and Helen
Barnett, members-at-Large.
Mrs. - Shirley Harris is
president of the Women's
Division. *

Better eloquent silence
than eloquent speech.

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