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January 19, 1979 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-19

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44 Friday, January 19, 1919

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mixed Marriages

SEATTLE (JTA)-- When
a speaker asked for a show
of hands of those present at
a Jewish Awareness Insti-
tute here who had mixed
marriages in their families,
all but two of the 35 adults
present raised their hands.

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Telethon Scheduled for Allied Campaign

The Men's-and Women's
Pre-Campaign Sections of
the Allied Jewish Caen-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Junior Division will
hold their annual fund-
raising meetings this
month.
The women will meet for
brunch at noon Jan. 21, in
the Studio Theatre of the
main Jewish Community
Center. The men will hold a
cocktail party at 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 31, at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek.

Marilyn Fishman and
Shelby Tauber will speak at
the women's brunch nieet-
ing. Mrs. Fishman is a
member of the board of the
Jewish Home for Aged and a
past president of its auxil-
iary.

Rosolio to Speak

A highlight of the meet-
ing will be "To Life!," a mus-
ical photo presentation
showing the work of Feder-
ation's local member agen-
cies.
Suzy Rubin is chairman
of the Women's Pre-
Campaign Section. Sharon
L. Edelman, Louise Spector
and Linda Stillwater are
vice chairmen.
Israeli attorney Jonathan
Livny, former attorney gen-
eral in the West Bank, will
speak at the Men's Pre-
Campaign Section cocktail
party.

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Shaul Rosolio, Israel's
ambassador to Mexico, will
speak at the second of a
series of six weekly parlor
meetings to benefit the 1979
Allied Jewish Campaign —
Israel Emergency Fund at 8
p.m. Jan. 31, at the Far-
mington Hills home of
Campaign General Chair-
man Irving R. Seligman.
The parlor meetings, for
Campaign and community
leaders, give small groups of
contributors a chance to
learn in depth about the
needs of the Campaign and
about Project Renewal, the
new social reconstruction
plan for Israel, according to
Seligman and General
Chairman David Handle-
man. Project Renewal is
being undertaken by world
Jewry to better the lives of
300,000 disadvantaged Is-
raeli citizens.
Ambassador Rosolio was
former inspector general of
the Israel State Police.
The next parlor meeting
will be Feb. 7 at the home of
former Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration President Martin E.
Citrin. Speaker will be Dr.
Ephraim Yaar.

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Mrs. Tauber is a vice
president and Campaign
chairman of the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division. She is
also a member of the
executive committee of
Women for United Foun-
dation.

David S. Aronow and
Michael B. Perlman are
co-chairmen of the sec-
tion. David Asher, E. Ste-
ven Robinson, Benjamin
F. Rosenthal and Neil J.
Sosin are vice chairmen,
and Bruce Gershenon,
Michael M. Jacob, Ken-
neth J. Safran and James
Stegman, group chair-
men.

Associate chairmen are
James Deutchman, David
H. Gutow, David Handle-
man II, Robert D. Kaplow,
Kenneth M. Korotkin,
William R. LaKritz, Steven
L. Morris, Geoffrey A. Or-
ley, Warren E. Robinson,
Jonathan R. Roth, Richard
F. Roth, James A. Safran,
Neil Schneider, Michael
Weisberg and Paul Zlotoff.
Jeffrey N. Borin and
Thomas M. Kukes are ad-
visers.
For information about
either meeting, call Lilian
Bernstein, division director,
965-3939.

* * *

WSU Hillel
Campaign Starts

Members of Wayne State
University's Hillel Founda-
tion will begin their annual
telethon effort on behalf of
the 1979 United Jewish
Appeal-Jewish Welfare
Federation campaign on
Sunday. The telethon will
run from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
that day and continue Mon-
day and Tuesday evenings
at United HebreW Schools.
A solicitation is planned
again Jan. 28-30.
Linda Steinhart and
Robin Friedman are co-
chairmen of the Hillel cam-
paign, which hopes to reach
1,000 college-age persons.
The co-chairmen recently
participated in United
Jewish Appeal's student
mission to Israel.

A Jewish congregation
was formed in New York in
1655.

•A'

Shown at a recent workers' training session of the
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
Professional Health Division, are, seated, Mike Jr
a United Jewish Appeal lay leader from New Y ∎
and standing, from left Drs. Richard Krugel and Mar-
tin Hart, coordinators of the session, and Dr. Conrad
L. Giles, chairman of the Professional Health Di-
vision.

Last-minute details for the fund-raising brunch
scheduled by the Women's Pre-Campaign Section of
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
Junior Division are discussed by Suzy Rubin, seated,
and Louise Spector.

Detroit Delegates to Attend
Special Israel Bond Meeting

A group of Detroit Israel
Bond leaders will be joining
several hundred delegates
in Israel next week for the
1979 Israel Bond Prime
Minister's Conference.
Detroit participants will
include Harold Beznos, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Charlupski,
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Curtis,
Dr. Leon Fill, Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Goldman, Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Grey, Dr. and
Mrs. Joel I. Hamburger, Mr.
and Mrs. David Hermelin,
David Holtzman, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Katz, Max
Nosanchuk, Mr. and Mrs.
Felix Rosenzweig, Dr. and
Mrs. Hershel Sandberg,
Mrs. Morris L. Schaver,
Robert W. Siegel and Phil-
lip Stollman.
"At the invitation of
Prime Minister Menahem
Begin, the delegates' activi-
ties will concentrate on in-
depth exploration of the
Negev, Israel's largest un-
developed area and eco-
nomic frontier. This largely
arid area will form the pivot
of new development activity
once an Israel-Egyptian
peace treaty is signed, and
Bond dollars are of primary
importance in acquiring
electric power, adequate
housing, schools, centers,
roads and industry," said
Hermelin.

Delegates will visit the
Negev
development

towns of Arad, Dimona
and Ein Bokek, where
they will attend the inau-
guration of the area's
first turbine generated
by solar energy pools.

Other activities will in-
clude a visit to the Knesset
to witness the passing of the
new Israel Bond issue bill,
and sessions with Prime
Minister Begin, Moshe
Dayan, Dr. Eliahu Ben-
Elissar, Simha Dinitz, Shi-
mon Peres, Gen. Dan Shorn-
ron and others.

Marriages

.

Mindy Magner and
Robert Keith Seltzer were

married recently at Temple
Beth El. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Magner of Oak
Park. Parents of the b'
room are Mr. and
s.
Seymour Seltzer of Far-
mington Hills. Sara Green-
berg and Margaret Magner
were bridesmaids. Michael
Seltzer and Lee Seltzer were
ushers. Benjy Greenberg
was ring bearer. The new
Mrs. Seltzer was graduated
from Michigan State Uni-
versity and Harper Hospi-
tal. Her husband also was
graduated from MSU. Fol-
lowing a brief honeymoon in
Toronto, the couple is resid-
ing in Barrington, R.I.

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