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February 03, 1978 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-02-03

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34 Friday, February 3, 1918

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Junior Division Institute Set

A Telethon Workers'
Campaign Institute will
mark the beginning of the
Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund
Junior Division's 1978 tele-
phone campaign effort.
Guest speakers for the in-
stitute, which begins 10
a.m. Sunday in the United
Hebrew Schools' LaMed
Auditorium, will be Lawn

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torney and leader of the
1978 Campaign, and Susan
Citrin, chairman of the
speakers bureau of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division.
Heading a roster of more
than 100 telethon workers
are telethon section co-
chairmen Peter M. Alter
and Carol Rubenfaer.
Vice chairmen are
Jonathan M. Jaffa,
Richard F. Roth and
Susan R. Weinman.
David Handleman II,

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HAIFA — The 'Haifa An-
chor Award has been pre-
sented to 13 of the city's re-
staurants following a two-
month competition spon-
sored by Haifa's Tourist De-
velopment Association.

Gilda Jacobs, Caryl L.
Scheuer, Charles L.
Schiff and Robert H.
Schwartz are associate
chairmen.
Area chairmen are
Richard Bloom, Sandy Elbl-
ing, Harold Gurewitz,
Richard Ludwig, Cynthia
Mandelbaum, Shelly Mil-
ler, Helen Shiffman, Steven
Steinway, Daniel Weiss and
Barb Woodell.
Jeffrey N. Bonin is presi-
dent of Junior Division, the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tions's year-round organi-
zation for men and women
of post-college age through
their mid-30s. William
Rubenfaer is the division's
Campaign coordinator.
For information about the
division or its telethon, con-
tact Lilian Bernstein, divi-
sion director, at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-
3939.

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Moshe Dayan Due in U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Israeli Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan will arrive in
New York early next week
for speeches in four princi-
pal American cities just as
Egyptian President Anwar
Sadat is concluding his
five-day visit to
Washington.
Dayan, who has fre-
quently visited America for
fund-raising activities is
understood to be scheduled
for appearances in New
York, Chicago, Los Angeles
and Miami on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal and
the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion. He is expecteds to
begin his visit Wednesday.
In Jerusalem,
a
Ministry
Foreign
spokesman said there are
no plans for Dayan to
meet Carter or other ad-
ministration officials.
The spokesman said
Dayan did not intend to
meet Sadat and the pos-
sible overlapping of the
Foreign Minister's arri-
val and Sadat's depar-
ture was :a coincidence.

Dayan's visit to the U.S.
was seen by some here as an
effort by the Israeli gov-
ernment to offset the prop-
aganda campaign underta-
ken by Sadat's visit and his
pen letter to American Jews
last weekend as well as the
propaganda activities by
other Egyptian officials in
western capitals. In addi-
tion, Dayan will be able to
bring back to Israel the
latest U.S. thinking on the
peace negotiations between
Israel and Egypt following
the Carter-Sadat talks.

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