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December 01, 1978 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-01

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1979 Campaign Vice Chairmen N ay

The appointment of pre-
Campaign vice chairmen
for the 1979 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund has been an-
nounced by General Chair-
men David Handleman and
Irving R. Seligman. They
are Milton Barnett, Sol
Cicurel, Dr. Paul C. Fein-
berg, David Frank, Dr. Mil-
*
– n Goldrath, Thomas I.
Lein_, Milford Nemer,
seph Orley and Charles
Snider.
Barnett, who held the
same office in the preceding
two Campaigns, is a past
chairman of the Real Estate
and Building Trades Di-
vikon. He has been a direc-
tor of the Detroit Service
Group for 10 years and also
_ serves on the board of the
Jewish Community Center.
Cicurel, a pre-Campaign
vice chairman in the 1977
and 1978 Campaigns, is a

former chairman of the
Mercantile Division and of
its Furniture Section. He is
on the boards of United He-
brew Schools and the De-
troit Service Group.
Feinberg, a former
chaitman of the Profes-,
sional Division, was a
pre-Campaign vice
chairman last year. He is
a member of the Jewish.
Welfare Federation
board and of its culture
and education budget
and planning division,
and is a director of the
Detroit Service Group.
Frank was chairman of
the Mercantile Division in
1976 and 1977 and a pre-
Campaign vice chairman
last year. He is a member of
Federation's community
services budget and plan-
ning division.

Goldrath,
a
pre-
Campaign vice chairman
last year, is a past chairman
of the Professional Division.
He is a member of the
boards of United Hebrew
Schools and the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
:Klein chaired the Food
Division in 1977 and the
new Food and Services Di-
vision last year. He is a
member of the boards of the

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Floor Show
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FEINBERG

GOLDRATH '

NEMER

ORLEY

Jewish Welfare Federation,
United Jewish Charities,
Jewish Community Center
and Detroit Service Group.
Newer chaired the Real
Estate and Building
Trades Division in 1977
and served as pre-
Campaign vice chairman
last year. He is a director
of the Jewish Home for
Aged and the Tamarack
Hills Authority.
Orley was chairman, of
the Industrial and Automo-
tive Division in 1977 and
1978, having previously
served as co-chairman and
associate chairman of the
division. He is a member of
Federation's collection re-
view committee.
Snider was chairman of
the Real Estate and Build-
ing Trades Division in 1977
and a pre-Campaign vice
chairman in 1978. He is a
Member ofFederation's Col-
lection Review Committee.

Friday, 'December 1, 1918 51

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SOL YETZ-MORRIS
COHEN POST AND
AUXILIARY will meet 9
p.m. Tuesday in the Jewish
War Veterans Memorial
Home. The auxiliary will
service the Veterans Hospi-
tal Dec. 25, under the
chairmanship of Reva Dry-
man and Ann Rubin. Re-
freshments will be served,
following services, to
patients and their families.
The auxiliary will provide
two needy veterans at Iron
Mountain Veterans Hospi-
tal with Christmas pack-
ages. Two Hanuka baskets
will be taken to needy
families in the Detroit area,
under the direction of Rabbi
Solomon Gruskin.
* * *
LT.-
RAYMOND
ZUSSMAN AUXILIARY
will have an international

paid-up membership buffet
7 p.m._ Tuesday, at the
Jewish War , Veterans
Memorial Home. Members
of the post and spouses are
invited. For reservations by
today, call Faye Katz, 559-
4484, or President Mrs.
Charles Hauptman, 352-
2696. Co-chairmen are Mrs.
Irving Silk and Mrs. Oscar
Katz.

The way to gain a good
reputation is to endeavor to
be what you desire to ap-
pear.
— Socrates

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA

"Music and entertainment at
- its Best for Your Guests"

557-7986

SNIDER

to meet and discuss Cam-
paign strategy with work-
ers in the various divisions.
Guest speaker will be_Ef-
raim Torgovnik, professor
of political science at Tel
Aviv University. Among
the topics he will discuss
will be the $1.2 billion Proj-
ect Renewal, a program for
social rehabilitation in Is-
rael which is of top priority
in the 1979 Campaign.

Pre-Hanukah Sale!

every item in the store
reduced

HARVARD
ROW
MALL

11 Mile
& Lahser

Southfield

20% off

Limited Time Only!
-
Get your Hanukah Gifts
now and save 20%

OPEN THURS. & FRI. til 9 PM
SUNDAY 12 to 5

* * *

BIG 14 K GOLD SALE

15" Fancy Link Chain
18• 'V Chain

$19.95
$22.50

VALUES TO $39.95

`V Chain & I.D.
Bracelets_

$12.01

VALUES TO $29.95

All Other Chains, Bracelets
Earrings & Charms 20% Off

Genuine
Harris Tweeds
As Seen in
$400 Suits

$ 8 9 8

Great for Holiday
60" Designer
Qiana
Solids
Prints
.
REG. $7.95

$ 298

Christian
Dior
Initialed
Blouses
& Linings

$298

$8.95 VALUE

NEW YORK FABRIC OUTLET

21648 Grand River near 6 Mile

533-0670

OPEN 4
DAYS ONLY

THURS.
SAT. & FRI. 10-8
& SUN. 10-5

Campaign Reception

Handleman and Selig-
man will host a reception for
Campaign workers 8 p.m.
Dec. 12 at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.
The reception will pro-
vide an opportunity for the
chairmen and otherofficers

Workmen's Circle
Fun Fest Due

Workmen's
Circle
Schools will hold their -an-
nual holiday fun fest noon-6
p.m. Sunday at the Work-
men's Circle Center, 26341
Coolidge at Talbot, Oak
Park.
The fun fest is the annual
fund-raising project to bene-
fit Workmen's Circle
Schools. There will be sales
of handicrafts, plants, toys,
books, jewelry as well as a
bake sale, white elephant
sale and prizes. Luncheon
will be served from noon to 2
p.m. and dinner from 4 to 6
p.m. There is a nominal
charge.
For information, call the
Workmen's Circle office,
545-0985.

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CHECKER BARBECUE
CUNNINGHAM'S

FANTASIA FURS
FURS BY BRICKER
LINCOLN CENTER BARBER SHOP
MAGIC TOUCH BEAUTY SALON
METROPOLITAN OPTICAL
MODERN BAKERY
PEERLESS CLEANERS
PICKLES & ICE CREAM

QUALITY HOUSEWARES CENTER
RADIO SHACK
'RICHARD'S BOYS AND GIRLS WEAR
SHIFMAN'S MENS WEAR
SIBLEY'S SHOES
SOMETHING NEW
STANDARD PAINT & WALLCOVERING
31 FLAVORS
WINKELMAN'S

GREENFIELD at 10 1/2 Mile Road
OAK PARK

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