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February 11, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-11

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44 Friday, February 11, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel Specialists Will Speak at Campaign Meetings



Top leadership and
major contributors of
several Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund sections will
meet experts on Israel
government and security
matters this month.
The Attorneys Section
of the 1977 AJC-IEF will
hear David Adler, chair-
man of the young leader-

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United Jewish Appeal, at
a cocktail reception 5:15
p.m. Wednesday. at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
Jerusalem-born Adler,
a veteran of the 1967 and
1973 wars, is a specialist
on international affairs,
Israel security matters
and foreign policy.
A former dean of stu-
dents at Ben-Gurion Uni-
versity of Beersheba,
Adler completed 12 yea-rs'
research on the Bedouin
of the Negev.
Chairmen of- the Attor-
neys Section is Lawrence
S. Jackier.
The $250 Section of the
Women's- Division will
have a dessert luncheon
12:30 p.m. Wednesday at

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Kaufman, pre-Campaign
chairmen; and Martin
Bader, Kehneth A. Dis-
hell, George Friedman,
Seymour R. Jones, Her-
bert. Rechter, Erwin
Robinson, Morris
Rochlin, Harry P. Waits
and Milton Y. Zussman,
vice chairmen.

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William (Harriet) Sherr.
David Adler will speak.
Janet Levine is chairman
of the section and Dulcie
Rosenfeld is division
chairman.
The Pharmacists and
Pharmaceutical Sup-
pliers Section; headed by
William Bobrin, will meet
Dr. Avraham AviHai at a
reception and dinner at
Mat Shalom Synagogue
6:30 p.m. Feb. 23.
Dr. Avi-Hai served for
many years in the. Offict
of the Prime Minister. His
book, "Ben-Gurion:
Statebuilder," was re-
cently published follow-
ing extensive research.
He is a special consul-
tant to the mayor of
Jerusalem and wa's a key
figure in the planning of
the Liberty Bell Garden
being planted in
Jerusalem to mark the
U.S. Bicentennial.
* * *
Jr. Division Telethon
An understanding of
the process and purposes
of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund is the goal of
the Junior Division Tele-
thon Institute scheduled
for 10 a.m. Sunday at the
United Hebrew Schools.
William Rubenfaer,
Junior Division general
telethon chairmann, said
that a panel will relate
the various needs and
priorities of Campaign
beneficiaries.
The panel will include

"In Our Hands," the recent program of the Junior
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Division Women's Pre-Campaign brunch at the Jewish
Community Center on behalf of the 1977 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, focused on volun-
By
teerism and community responsibility, with Julie Hertz,
Connie Klinsky and Edie Mittenthal as guest speakers.
Shown are, from left, Ellen Whitefield, vice chairman;
Julie Hertz and Connie Klinsky; Linda Schmier, vice
chairman; and Edie Mittenthal.
* * *
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Albert Ascher, executive sisted by Earl Grant,
director of the Jewish Vó- Robert Kasle, Philip S.
cational Service- Minkin and Albert New-
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Sylvia Serwin, assistant Joseph B. Colten, Merrill
executive director of the
Jewish Home for Aged;
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mittee's national foreign
affairs commission.
Peter Alter is chairman
cash only
of the day, with Susan
Weinman, associate
chairman.
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Pace Setters Brunch
The Industrial and Au-
tomotive Division will
hold its annual Pace Set-
ters Brunch 10 a.m. Feb.
20 at the Raleigh House.
Zvi Kolitz, author, and
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speaker.
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Prof. Bernard Lewis,
permanent member,
School of Social Sciences,
Institute of Advanced
Studies, Princeton, N.J.,
and Sol Gittleman, pro-
fessor and chairman, de:
partment of German,
Tufts University, will
participate in a sym-
posium on "The Uses of
Myth and Tradition in the
Quest for Political
Power," Feb. 24 and 25 at
Wayne State University.
Prof. Lewis will speak
on "The Quest for Histor-
ical Identity in Tradi-
tional Near Eastern
Societies," 8 p.m. Feb. 24
in the McGregor Memo-
rial Conference Center on
the WSU campus.
Gittleman will speak on
"Nazi Propaganda in Lit-
erature and Film: The
Dynamics of Tradition in
a Totalitarian Society"
2:15 p.m. Feb. 25 in the
Hilberry Lounge of the
Student Center Building.
Members of the sym-
posium committee are Er-
nest- Ament, Jacob Lass-

ner, chairman, depart-
ment of Near Eastern and
Asian studies; Arthur
Marotti, and Marvin
Schindler, chairman of the
department of Romance
and Germanic Languages
and literatures.
The symposium is
sponsored by the depart-
ments of English, Greek
and Latin languages and
literatures, Near Eastern
and Asian studies, Ro-
mance and Germanic
languages and litertures
at the university.

Institute to Hold
Oneg Shabat

Sholem Aleichem Insti-
tute will hold an oneg
Shabat 8:45 p.m. Feb. 18
at the Labor Zionist
building.
Guest speaker will be
Abe Berniker, vice
chairman of Americans
for Progressive Israel,
who will talk on "Israeli
Politics, 1977".
The public is invited.
Refreshments will be
served.

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