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November 28, 1975 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

November 28, 1975 23

Allied Jewish Campaign Officers and Events are Listed

BURTON

The pre-Campaign asso-
ciate and vice-chairmen for
the 1976 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund have been announced
by general chaiimen Dr.
Leon Fill and Merle Harris.
Lester S. Burton, Nathan
L. Fink, Benjamin H.
Frank, and -William M.
Wetsman will serve as pre-
Campaign associate chair-
men.
Pre lCampaign vice-chair-
men are Sherwood Colburn,
Sol Colton, Marvin I. Danto,
Malcolm S. Lowenstein,
Milton Lucow, Graham A.
Orley, and Bernard Weis-
berg.
Pre-Campaign is the large
gifts phase of the Campaign
which benefits nearly 60 lo-
cal, national and overseas
humanitarian agencies.

WEISBERG LOWENSTEIN

Women's Division
Pre-Campaign Meeting

Myra Citrin will be the
hostess for the third pre-
Campaign major gifts meet-
ing for the Women's Divi-
sion of the 1976 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund to be held
at 12:30 p.M. Wednesday at
the Citrins' Lahser Rd.
home.

WETSMAN

ORLEY

ing are associate chairman
Marlene Borman, adviser
Vivian Deutsch, and Caro-
lyn Greenberg, Esther
Jones, Rosalie Kolbert and
Frieda Stollman, vice chair-
men.
Advisory
committee
members are Phyllis Allen,
Clare Arnfeld, Celia Broder,
Rose Copper, Ann Daniels,

Beatrice Rowe, Rosalind Schiff,
Seraphin Seltzer, Sandra Shep-
herd, Cynthia Steinberg, Jessie
Stern, Roberta Stulberg, Mary
Stutz, Evelyn Tobias, and Mildred
Weiss.

Arabs Flee Land

Within the Arab popula-
Reservations may be
made by calling the Federa- tion of Palestine, there were
tion Women's Division of- thousands of families of
fice at 965-3939. There is no non-Palestinian peasants
registration fee but there is who had fled from the tyr-
a charge for an optional anny of Mohammed Ali in
Egypt.
lunch.

FRANK

Marjorie Fisher, Diane
Hauser, Vera Kahn, Louise
Newman and Dolly Wets-
man. -
Shirley Haryis is presi-
dent of the Women's Divi-
sion.

Rabbi Groner Named
to UJA Council

Rabbi Irwin Groner, of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek, has

COLBURN

FINK

LUCOW

been appointed to the Rab-
binical Advisory Council
(RAC) of the United Jewish
Appeal.
Rabbi Groner and 11
other rabbis throughout the
country were officially in-
stalled at the Council's an-
nual meeting last week.
The RAC iscomposed of
72 rabbis from across the

U.S. and includes represent-
atives of the Orthodox, Con-
servative and Reform move-.
ments of Judaism.
The Council's programs
include, missions to Israel,
distribution of educational
materials to congregations
and schools, and studies of
synagogues-community re-
lations.

25%

Women's Institute
Set for Dec. 9

Reservations are still
available for "Freedom '76,"
the 29th annual Women's
MYRA CITRIN
Division Institute of the
Leading
the discussion
Jewish Welfare Federation.
will
be
Division
- Campaign
The educational meeting,
open to all women of the chairman Ruth K. Broder,
,metropolitan area, will be associate Division chairman
held from 9:30 a.m.-2:30 Dulcie Rosenfeld, and meet-
p.m. Dec 9 at the main Jew- ing chairman Reva Taub-
man. All three were dele-
ish Community Center.
gates
to the October- 1975
TI- is ye ir's program will
include concurrent morning Women's Division National
workshops on the freedoms UJA Mission to Eastern
of speech, religion, choice, •Europe and Israel.
Assisting Mrs. Taubman
and self-evaluation.
Dr. Mervin F. Verbit, with the advance gifts meet-
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ciology at the Brooklyn
College and Graduate Hanuka Booklet;
School of the City Univer-
sity in New York, will Posters Available
present the afternoon ad-
A Hanuka booklet for use
dress.
by children and families has
According to institute been distributed without
chairman Diane Shekter, charge to local synagogues,
about 400 women are ex- schools, and Jewish agen-
pected to attend this year's cies by the Jewish Welfare
institute.
Federation.
Assisting Mrs. Shekter on
"Share Hanuka With the
the institute planning com- Children of Israel" contains
mittee are:
the traditional brachot or
Sybil Jones, co-chairman;
prayers over the holiday
Bernice Greenberg, vice presi-
candles" and a poem written
dent, program; Aviva Robinson,
by Chayym Zeldis. The
decorations; Lois Zussman, pub-
licity; Sharon Fleischman, Mar-
booklet was prepared by the
jorie Saulson, hostesses; and Beth
Rabbinical Advisory Coun-
Feldman, Nancy Jacobson and
cil of the United Jewish
Janice Katzman, reservations and
Appeal. -
registration.
A Hanuka greeting card
Committee members-at-
and full-color large poster
large are:
with a Hunuka theme are
Gladys Barr, Tillie Brandwine,
Gloria Cohen, Shirley Cohen,
also available from Federa-
Baylee Franklin, Cyrille Goode,
tion.
Rose Gould, Zivia Grekin, Edythe
Limited quantities of the
Jackier, Pauline Jackson, Evelyn
Hanuka materials may still
Kasle, Marjorie Krasnick, Bess
Krolik, Joyce LaBan, Linda Lee,
be obtained by contacting
Susan Miller, Helen . Naimark, Il-
Sandy Feinberg at Federa-
ene Nemer, Bess Orecklin, Lillian
tion's public relations office,
Perlman, Beverly Peterman,
Doris Priver, Zelda Robinson,
•965-3939.

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