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November 10, 1978 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-11-10

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Friday, November 16;1918 21
DRIVE A CAR or

THE DETROIT IEWISH NEWS

Metro Div. Award Meeting
Set Sunday at Main Center

Four Names Associate Chairmen
of 1979 Allied Jewish Campaign

David Handleman and
Irving R. Seligman, general
chairmen of the 1979 Allied
Jewish Campaign — Israel
Emergency Fund, have an-
nounced the appointment of
Ruth K. Broder, Shirley
Harris; Jack A. Robinson
and Norman Wachler as
Campaign associate chair-
men.

SEND YOUR CAR
TO ANY STATE
L.C.C. License MC125985

"To Life!", a slide-and-
Jerome B. Greenbaum
DRIVEAWAY SERVICE
music presentation about chaired the 1978 Metropoli-
4713 Horger at Michigan Ave.
the Jewish Welfare Federa- tan Division. David Levine
P.O. BOX 1264
tion's local family of agen- was co-chairman.
Dearborn, Mich. 48126
cies, will be featured at the
Tel. 584-5000
annual awards meeting of
the Metropolitan Division
ONCE ONLY! SUNDAY, NOV. 12, 2:30 P.M.
of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
Filmed in 1911!
First Detroit Showing!
gency Fund 10 a.m. Sun-
day in Shiffman Hall of
the main Jewish Commun-
New York Times travel writer with his
ity Center. Continental
exclusive,
non-political color movies of .. .
breakfast will be served at
9:45 a.m.
"To Life!" was created and
photographed by Richard
All over changing Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Caper-
Vernick. The music for "To
naum, River Jordan, Samaria, Arab West Bank, Sea of Galilee,
Life!" was written and di-
Scores of Biblical Landmarks, Lebanon Border, Arab Stron-
rected by Julius Chajes.
gholds, Haifa Coast. Tel Aviv, Inside the Knesset, Synagogue,
Guest speaker at the
Red Sea, Elath. Complete Sinai Tour. Recent Battlefields. Arab
meeting will be Shirley
Life, Bedouin Villages. Up Mt. Sinai. Lots More!
Harris, associate chair-
Res. seats, $3. World Adventure Ticket Office.
man of the 1979 Cam-
Write or call 832-7676 daily, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30
paign and a former pres-
p.m. Call in person daily, except Monday. Ask for
ident of the Jewish Wel-
free illustrated program.
fare Federation's Wo-
men's Division.
E I ARTS
WORLD ADVENTURE SERIES DETREIWITUT__

Jewish Federations' Wo- Federation Apartments.
Wachler also was as-
men's Division. She re-
ceived the Sylvia Simon sociate chairman last year
Greenberg Award for lead- and pre-Campaign chair-
man in 1976 and 1977. He is
ership in 1967.
Robinson served as as- a former chairman of the
sociate chairman in last Mercantile Division, and
year's Campaign and serves on the boards of the
pre-Campaign in 1976 Jewish Welfare Federation,
and 1977. A former Pro- Jewish Community Center
fessional Division chair- and Detroit Service Group.

WILLIAM STOCKDALE

"ISRAEL AND THE -SINAI"

BRODER

Mrs. Broder, former vice
president and Campaign
chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Federation Wo-
men's Division, is a member
of the boards of the Jewish
Vocational Service and
chairman of Federation's
missions committee. She is
regional vice chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal
National Women's Divi-
sion. Mrs. Broder received
Federation's Sylvia Simon
Greenberg Award in 1965.
Women's Division presi-
dent from 1974 to 1976,
Mrs. Harris is a member of
Federation's board of gov-
ernors and of the executive
committee of the Council of

-74

HARRIS

ROBINSON -

man, he is a member of
the boards of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and
Detroit Service Group
and vice president of

School Awards

NEW YORK — Educa-
tional and lay leaders from
throughout the U.S. will be
honored Nov. 19 at the an-
nual awards dinner of
Torah Umesorah — the Na-
tional Society for Hebrew
Day Schools.
Detroiter Norman Allan
will receive the Amudim
(pillar of education) citation
for his participation in the
growth of the Hebrew Day
School movement.

U.S. Unopposed to Israel
Mirage Sale to Argentina

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The United States raised no
objections Tuesday, to Is-
rael's sale of 26 Mirage war
planes to Argentina repor-
tedly completed two months
ago. The planes are
presumed to be more than
12 years old since France is
said not to have sold Mir-
ages to Israel since the
Six-Day War. The financial
basis has not been disclosed.

"We do not consider the
sale destabilizing," State
Department spokeswoman
Jill Schukar said when
asked whether the sale
would affect the arms bal-
ance in Latin America. The
U.S. prohibits shipment of
American arms to Argen-
tina. No American compo-

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nents are in the Mirage
fighter.
The U.S. has forbidden
Israel's sale of the
Tsraeli-made Kfir plane
to Ecuador because the
State Department said
U.S. policy opposes the
building up of arms in
Latin America. The U.S.
has a veto over Israel's
sale of the Kfir plane
since they have Ameri-
can engines.
The sale of the Mirages
comes at a time of reported
rising tensions between
Argentina and Chile over
control of some islands at
the southern tip of Chile.
The controlling country
would have sovereign rights
over 200 miles of ocean from
these islands.

Predicts
gypt, Israel
Tourist Exchange

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
There will be an exchange of
tourists between Israel and
Egypt within a matter of
weeks, Dr. Arthur Burns,
former chairman of the U.S.
Federal Reserve Board,
predicted.
Burns, who was being
honored at a dinner given
by Arnon Gafni, governor of
the Bank of Israel, came to
Jerusalem from Cairo and
Amman.

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