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January 26, 1979 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-26

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18 Friday, January 26, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Parlor Meetings, Telethon, Brunch Slated for Allied Campaign

The second of six weekly
parlor meetings to benefit
the 1979 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund will be held at 8
p.m. Wednesday, 'at the
Farmington Hills home of
Campaign General Chair-
man Irving 'R. Seligman.
Speaker will be Shaul
Roscilio, Israel's ambas-
sador to Mexico and former
inspector general of the Is-
rael National Police Force.
The parlor meetings, for
Campaign and community
leaders, are designed to give
small groups of contributors
a chance to learn in depth
about the needs of the Cam-
paign and about Project Re-
newal, the social recon-
struction plan for Israel
being undertaken by world
Jewry, according to Selig-
man and.General Chairman
David Handleman.
Ambassador Rosolio, a

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native of Tel Aviv, has
been involved in military
and security matters
since he joined the
Hagana as a schoolboy.
He was in charge of secu-
rity during the Eichmann
trial and during Pope
Paul VI's 1965 visit to Is-
rael.
After the Six-Day War,
Ambassador Rosolio, as in-
spector general of the Is-
raeli police, took over and
reorganized the Jordanian
police in the West Bank an&
East Jerusalem. He was re-
sponsible for Israel's. inter-
nal security as well.
The next parlor meeting
is scheduled for Feb. 7 at the
home of former Jewish Wel-
fare Federation President
Martin E. Citrin. Israeli
sociologist Ephraim Yaar
will speak.

At the age of 21, Livny be-
came the youngest graduate
of the. Hebrew University
Law School. In 1969 he was
awarded a scholarship to do
post-graduate work at the
University of Pennsylvania
Law School. When he re-
turned to Israel he was ap-
pointed assistant to the
Minister of Tourism. He
also served as legal advisor
to the Knesset.

Livny, who currently has
a private law practice in
Jerusalem, is on mission to
Canada as a special repre-
sentative of the Hebrew
University.. •
David S. Aronow and
Michael B. Perlman are
co-chairmen of the Men's
Pre-Campaign Section.
David Asher, E. Steven
Robinson, Benjamin F.
Rosenthal and Neil J.
Sosin are vice chairmen,
and Bruce Gershenson,
Michael M. Jacob, Ken-
neth J. Safran and James
Stegman, group chair-
men.

* * *
Livny to Speak
to Jr. Division

Israeli attorney Jonathan
Livny will speak at a
Cocktail party organized by
the Men's Pre-Campaign
Section of the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel. Emer-,
gency Fund Junior Division
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
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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 Zlototf.
Jeffrey N. Borin and
Thomas M. Kukes are ad-
visers.
For information, contact
Lilian Bernstein, division
director, at the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

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Livny, a veteran of the
Six-Day War and Yom Kip-
pur War, is former attorney
general of the West Bank.
As chief military prosecutor
in the Judge Advocate's
office, he drafted laws for
the West Bank.

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Metro Division
Annual Telethon

More than 100 volunteer
solicitors will participate in
the. annual telethon of the
Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund
Metropolitan Division Feb.
4-7.
The telethon will reach
more than 2,000 Metropoli-
tan Division contributors
who are not affiliated in the
Campaign structure
through trade or profes-
sional groups, according to
Telethon co-chairmen Her-
bert Benson, Bill Greenberg
and Jeffrey R. Kravitz.
This year's telethon sol-
icitors are being asked to
attend a briefing session be-
fore the start of the tele-
thon. Edward D. Gold will
lead a briefing 10 a.m. Sun-
day. A second session, at 8
p.m. Wednesday, will be led
by Joel Gershenson. Both
will be held at United He-
brew Schools, where the
, telethon will take place.
Gold and Gershenson are
members of United Jewish
Appeal's Young Leadership
Cabinet.
"The briefing sessions
will give us all a chance to
learn about Project Re-
newal," said Benson. "We
will have a chance to pool
our expertise to insure
that our solicitors are
well-prepared for the job
ahead of them."
Jerome B. Greenbaum is
chairman and David
Levine, associate chairman,
of the Metropolitan Di-
vision.
For information, or to
volunteer as a telethon sol-
icitor, contact Bertha
Chomsky, division director,
at the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, 965-3939
* * *

Dentists' Brunch
Will Be Feb. 4

Historian and lecturer
Isaac Alteras will speak at
a brunch meeting of the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund De-
ntists Section Feb. 4. The
meeting begins at 10:30
a.m. at the Birmingham
home of Dr. Jason A. Goode.
Dr. Alteras teaches mod-
ern European and Jewish
history at Queens College
and the Queens College
Adult Collegiate Education
Program. An authority on
modern Zionism, the Soviet
Union's role in the Arab-
Israel conflict and the PLO,
he is a lecturer-in-residence
at thd Herzl Institute and
has spoken widely on these
and other topics relating to
Israel and the Middle East.

Dr. Eli Berger is chair-
man of the Dentists Section.
Drs. Jack M. Jackson,
EllSworth Levine, John D.
Marx, , Maurice S. Opperer,
Richard D. Williams and
Arnold Winshall are co-
chairmen:*
Drs. Myron L. Atten-
son, Burton D. Faudem,
Elliott Folbe, Jason A.
Goode, Alden M. Leib,
Michael S. Rosenfeld, and
Donald B. Sherman are
associate chairmen. Drs.
Kenneth Dickstein, Ed-
ward G. Kroll, Steven M.

Lash, Richard Lezell,
Joel . P. Schaumberg and
Sheldon Sonkin are vice
chairmen.
Drs. Stuart Falk, Manuel
Feldman, Harold P. Pires-
tone-, Robert M. - Galin,
Sheldon M. Mintz, Bernard
J. Shapiro, Leo Shipko,
Seymour Swartz and Ar-
nold Zuroff form the Section
Cabinet. Drs. Max G.

Aiken, Herbert J. Bloom,
Jack J. Freedland, Joseph
0. Grant, Martin Naimark,
Sidney 0. Siegan and S.S.
Willis are advisers.
Dr. Conrad L. Giles is
chairman of the Profes-
sional Health Division. Dr.
Joseph M. Jacobson is di-
vision co-chairman; Dr.
Murray A. Shekter is di-
vision vice chairman.

In the top photograph, at the first parlor meeting
for the 1979 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund are, from left, Irving R. Seligman, David
Handleman, guest speaker Jonathon Livny, David
Mondry and Ruth Broder. In the second photograph,
at a Mercantile Division meeting, are speaker Sol
Cicurel with, from left, Al Sklar Gerald Snitz, D.
in. In the third
Lawrence Sherman and Emery Kle
photograph, Jerome B. Greenbaum addresses the
Metropolitan Division Special Gifts Section with Ed-
ward Gordon, guest speaker Edward D. Gold and
David Levine. In the bottom photograph, at a Real
Estate Division function' are, seated, Robert M. Cit-
rin, I. William Sherr and ' Leonard Farber; and stand-
ing, Charles Snider, Lester S. Burton and Ralph
Pierce.

Yiddish Shaliakh Available

Yugntruf (Youth for Yid-
dish) is sponsoring the sec-
ond season of its Shaliakh
Field Worker Project.
The shaliakh will travel
across the U.S. and Canada,
and speak, to college audi-
ences, youth groups, adult
education classes on a
variety of topics relating to
Yiddish, Yiddish culture
and Jewish life in Eastern
Europe. In addition, he will
help organize Yiddish
groups and Yiddish courses
and provide guidance, re-
sources and programming
ideas to those already in
existence.
The shaliakh will also op-
erate the Yugntruf Re-
source Bureau, providing
information on anything
from where to buy Yiddish
textbooks, typewriters and
the works of Isaac Bashevis
Binger to where to find the
Yiddish translation of Ham-
let.

The new shaliakh is
Shloyme (Stuart) Schear,
a 22-year7old graduate
of Oberlin College who
has studied Yiddish and
Jewish history at Colum-
bia University.
There is no charge for a
shaliakh visit, but contribu-
tions are accepted. For in-
formation, write Yugntruf
Field Worker Project, Room
40, 200 W. 72nd St., New
York 10023.

Fake Dollars

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Is-
raeli police_ are concerned
about large amounts of
counterfeit American dol-
lars being smuggled into Is-
rael from Jordan. The cur-
rency is mostly in $100 bills.
An Israeli citizen was de-
tained by Swiss police re-
cently for passing a counter-
feit bill. The Israeli had ob-
tained the currency-from an
Israeli bank.

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