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February 25, 1977 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-02-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, February 25, 1977

Major Divisions Accelerate Their Campaign Activities

The quickening pace of
events prior to the formal
opening of the 1977 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund will
bring several specialists
on Israel affairs to the
Detroit area.
Dr. Howard L. Adelson,
author and foreign af-
'6 fairs expert, will be the
guest speaker at the Real
Estate and Building
Trades Division Pace Set-
ters Brunch 10 a.m. Sun-

day at the Raleigh House.
Professor of history and
former department
chairman at the City Col-
lege of New York, Adel-
son has visited Israel fre-
quently to survey ad-
vances in his field and has
written five books and a
number of articles.
Chairmen of the Real
Estate and Building
Trades Division are Mil-
ford Nemer and Charles
Snider; co-chairmen, Mil-

Births

man (Beverly Ross) of
Winchester Dr., South-
field, a son, Adam Jason
* * *
Feb. 14 — To Mr. and
Mrs. David Efros (Susan
* * *
Berkowitz), 10795
Feb. 18 — To . Mr. and LaSalle, Huntington
Mrs. Martin Steinberg Woods, . a daughter,
(Lynda Wineman) of West Michelle Elyse.--
* * *
Bloomfield, a daughter,
Feb. 12 — To Mr. and
Karen Rose
* * *
Mrs. David Kaplan (Mar-
Feb. 17 — To Dr. and cia Burstein), 17475
Mrs. Steven J. Zucker- Addison, Soilthfield, a
... daughter, Beth Mindy.
* * *
Cantor Sidney
Feb. 12 — To. Capt. and
Mrs. Marc Grainer (Diane
Cohen), former Detroit-
ers of Falls Church, Va., a
Certified Mohel
son, Jason Louis.
* * *
358-1426 or 357-5544
Feb. 12 -- To Mr. and
Mrs–Daniel J. Bagdade
Cantor SAMUEL
(Sarita R. Lash), 5037
Bantry Dr.,.West Bloom-
field, a son, Jeffrey Scott.
C-ertified
* * *
Feb. 9 — To Mr. and
Serving Homes Hospitals
Mrs. Ken Adams .(Linda
399-7194 — 547-7970
Liefer),- of East Lansing,
a daughter, Alissa Nicole.

Feb. 19 To Mrs. and
Mrs. Kenneth B. Eserow
(Renee Barsh), 1800
Moors Ct., Bloomfield
Hills, a Son, Jordan
Barsh.

RUBE

GREENBAUM
MOHEL

REV. HERSHL

Feb. 8 — To Dr. and
Mrs. Steven A. Migdal
(Andrea Kay), 26011
Franklin Pointe Dr.,
Southfield, a son, Bradley
Jason. -

ROTH

Certified Mohel

557-0888

557-7629

RABBI S. ZACHARIASH

Specialized

MOHEL

In Home or Hospital

557-9666

RABBI DR. LEO

GOLDMAN

:Expert`-ohel

servin§Hospit*,,ci

LI 2-4444

le

Homes

547-8555
• - '

-

Feb. 7 — To Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Wolfe (Sharon
Levitt) of Oak Park, a son,
Daniel Brandon.
*_ *
Feb. 2—To former_ De-
troiter Dr. Al Faigin and
Dr. Nancy- Faigifr- of Ft.
Worth, Texas, a daugh-
ter, Jaimy Rebekah.

* * *

-..

Jana 30 — To Mr. and -
Mrs. Philip Weimer (Sha-
ron Freedman), former
Detroiters of Jerusalem,
I sra.el, a son, Mottie.

Baby World's

ton H. Dresner and Ber-
nard H. Stollman; and vice
chairmen, Harold- Beznos,
David B. Fishman, Sal-
vador Gorge, Merlin M.
Gottlieb, Henry L. Ler-
man, Allan Nachman, Saul
J. Rubin, Leonard G.
Siegal and Jerome B.
Sonenklar.
Section chairmen are
Louis Menk and Ralph
Pierce, architects and
building engineers; Mor-
ris H. Brown and Phillip
Kanat, building sup-
pliers; Burton Farbman
and Joel D. Gershenson,
real estate and property
management; Sam
Weider, hardware and
paint; Donald Canvasser
and Milton -D. Smith,
builders; Robert G. Slat-
kin, mortgage and financ-
ing; Alfred W. Keats,
heating, cooling, plumb-
ing; and Israel K. Cohen,
electricians and
suppliers.
Meanwhile, the De-
ntists Section of the Pro- .
fessional Division, AJC-
IEF, will hold a cocktail
reception and dinner,
with Prof. B. Z. Sobel as
_guest speaker 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Jewish
Community Center.
Dr. Sobel is dean of the
faculty of social sciences
and associate professor of
sociology at Haifa Uni-
versity. He has been pub-
lished in many periodi-
cals, and his latest book,
"Hebrew-Christianity:
the 13th Tribe," will be
published this spring.
Born in New York, Prof.
Sobel settled in Israel with
his family and serves in
the reserves of the Israel
Defense Forces.
Chairmen of the Pro-
fessional Division Dr.
Paul C. Feinberg and Dr.
Milton H. Goldrath are
assisted by Drs. Murray
A. Shekter, Jack J. Freed-
land and Sidney 0.
Siegan.
Dr. Joseph M. Jacobson
is chairman of the De-
ntists Section. Co-
chairmen are Dr. Eli V.
Berger, Ellsworth
Levine, John D. Marx,
Sheldon NI. Mintz and
Richard D. Williams.
The planning commit-
tee- also consists of Drs.
Robert Becker, Jason A.
Goode, Jack M. Jackson,
-Bernard J. Shapiro, Ar-
nold Winshall, Alden M.

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Junior Division workers had an opportunity to set
priorities in a mock budgeting session Sunday prior to
the division's telethon effort for the 1977 - Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund. Planners for the
briefing meeting were, from left, David Handleman II,
Caryl L. Scheuer, Telethon Section Chairman William
S. Rubenfaer, Carol Rubenfaer, Peter M. Alter and,
right, Susan B. Weinman and Junior Division Preside
Neil Satovsky. With them is Bruce E. Thal, 1977 AJC-
IEF pre-Campaign vice chairman, who brought greet-
ings from the Campaign leadership. Not shown is
Jonathan M. Jaffa, divi§ion associate chairman.
* * *

ROBERT CITRIN

Leib, Jerome B. Kurtis,
Steven M. Lash, Richard
Lezell, Maurice S. Op-
perer and Donald B.
Sherman, plus a Dentists
Section cabinet.
In a related event, con-
tributors of $100 and more
to the Women's Division of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund will meet for a de-
ssert luncheon 12:30 p.m.
Thursday.in the Jewish
Community Center.
Chairmen of the $100
Section are Deborah
Altman and Delores
Farber, Sharon Hart is
the chairman of the $100
First-Time Section.
Assisting the chairmen
are Thelma Schurgin and
Peggy Daitch, associate
chairmen; Pola Fried-
man, briefing chairman;
and Edith Mittenthal, as-
signments chairman.
Diane Klein is the as-
Joseph H. Jackier, left, and Milton J. Miller served
sociate chairman of the as hosts at the recent cocktail reception held by the
$100 First:-Time Section, Attorneys Section of the Professional Division, 1977 Al-
and Linda Gershenson is lied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, at Cong.
breifing chairman. Donna Shaarey Zedek. David Adler was guest speaker.
S1
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ti a
diser
v
Guest speaker will be
Israel attorney, jour-
nalist and scholar Akiva
E. Baum.
Baum, an Israel De-
fense Forces press officer
and radio commentator
at age 18, is a partner in
the first international Is-
raeli law firm and is cur-,
rently a managing part-
ner of its -Manhattan-
based American branch.
He was a special attache
to the Defense Ministry
following the Six-Day
War and undertook spe-
cial missions in the - West
Bank, frequently under
Ninety women attending the Women's Division $250
fire.
meeting for the 1977 Allied Jewish Campaign-
in section
Year
-"Thds'
Israel Emergency Fund increased pledges 25 percent
Jerusalem — Revisited" over the same gifts a year ago. Sharing their pleasure
will be the topic of Robert with the success of last week's meeting are, from left,
M. Citrin's talk at the Dulcie Rosenfeld, Women's campaign chairman; Beth
Metropolitan D.ivision Feldman, $250 section associate chairman; Janet
Kickoff 10 a.m. March 6 in Levine, $250 section chairman; and Harriet Sherr, hos-
the Jewish Community tess for the dessert luncheon. Guest speaker was United
Center's senior adult Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Director David Adler.
* * *
lounge. •
Citrin, who was one of tile. Division Pace Setters
Section chairmen are:
the participants in the Brunch 10 a.m. March 6 -- at Kurt Ellenbogen, office
United Jewish Appeal Na- Knollwood Country Club. suppliers and paper
tional Conference, will re-
David Frank and products; Stephen Coden,.
late his experiences. -
Richard
A. Kahn, chair- florists; Donald H. Ro
A member of the UJA men of the
division, noted men's wear; Samuel
Young Leadership
that
Rev.
Grauel
was a Platt, variety stores and
Cabinet, Citrin is a pre-
leader
of
the
refugee
ship dry goods; Frederick
Campaign chairman of
Winkelman, employes
Exodus.
the Real Estate and
section; Morris L. Fier-
di-
the
Other
officers
in
Building Trades Division.
berg and,Alvin Steinman,
vision
who
are
assisting
Continental breakfast
department stores, wo-
in the planning of the men's apparel, children's
will be served.
Rabbi James I. Gordon brunch include Sidney wear and representativ-
and IsadOre Shrodeck are Freedland, Irwin L. es; Sherman I. Becker,
chairmen of the -Met- Kahn, Emery I. Klein, D. shoes; and Oscar Hertz
Lawrence .Sherman, and Richard B. SchWartz,
ropolitan Division.
In another campaign ac- Aaron Shifman, Marvin furniture, floor covering
tivity, Rev. John S. Grauel Talan, Sol Cicurel and and manufacturers rep-
will address the Mercan- Benjamin H. Frank.
resentatives.

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