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February 16, 1979 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-02-16

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14 Friday, February 16, 1979

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UJA Shabat and Women's Phonogift Spur Campaign Meetings

The third annual Cam- Jewish Campaign, will be
paign UJA Shabat, in the focus of each
recognition of the important synagogue's observance.
role played by the Allied
This year marks the
Jewish Campaign - Israel -40th anniversary of the
Emergency Fund and the United Jewish Appeal.
national United Jewish Ap- The UJA was created fol-
peal, will be observed by De- lowing Kristallnacht, the
troit area congregations infamous "night of the
Feb. 23-24.
broken glass" in Ger-
Arranged in conjunction many in 1938.
with the Outreach Commit-
Detroit's Campaign has a
tee of the Jewish Welfare special emphasis this year:
Federation, this special Project Renewal, the mas-
Sabbath coincides with sive social reconstruction
Shabat Shelkalim, when the plan undertaken by world
Bible portion deals with the Jewry, together with the
responsibility of Jews to people of Israel, to upbuild
sustain Jewish life.
the lives of Israel's disad-
Rabbi Israel I. Halpern of vantaged
a full 10 per
Cong. Beth Abraham Hillel cent of the population.
Moses, who serves on the
The 1979 Campaign
UJA Rabbinic Cabinet,.said chairmen, David Handle-
that the word shekalim man and Irving R. Selig-
"clearly points out our re- man, said that Campaign-
sponsibility to translate our UJA Sabbath is "an excel-
commitment into direct giv- lent opportunity for Detroit
ing." The mitzva of tzedaka, area congregations to join in
particularly the work of De- this community-wide effort
troit's Jewish Welfare Fed- on behalf of our fellow Jews,
eration and the Allied at home and overseas."

Women's Phonogift
Scheduled for March

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Women's Division
needs volunteer solicitors to
join in its annual Phonogift
effort, scheduled this year
for March 11-18.
Women interested in
working for Phonogift,
which last year reached
more than 7,000 potential
contributors in the met-
ropolitan area, are invited
to a Phonogift Workers'
Briefing. Party Wednesday,
March 7 at United Hebrew
Schools. The luncheon
gathering begins at noon.
For information on
working with Phonogift,
or for reservations for the
Briefing Party, contact
Lois H. Brown, division
director, at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-
3939.
A highlight of the party

will be an original musical
revue, written by Dorothy
Mahlin and performed by
Phonogift day chairmen.
The day chairmen will also
serve as luncheon hostesses.
Also on the agenda are 4.
Campaign update and dis-
cussion of telephone solici-
tation techniques.

Baylee Franklin is chairman,
and Janice Schwartz, associate
chairman, of Phonogift.
Day chairmen are Ann
Baruch, Rhoda Baruch, Harriet
Brent, Marsha Fenton, Dorene
Finer, Madeline Forbes, Sandra
Forman, `Brenda Friedman,
Esther Goldenberg, Cyrille
Goode, Roberta Grosinger and
Diana Honet.
Also Hilda Hamburger, Geri
Lester, Beverly Leuchter,
Pamela Opperer, Marilyn Sachs,
Marjorie Saulson, Dolores Sil-
verstein, Marilyn Weiss, Bar-
bara Wenokus, Rissa Winkel-
man, Connie Wolberg and Elaine
Yaker.
Valerie Indenbaum and Mar-
cia Parven are day directors.
Terran Leemis is coordinator,
and Doris August and Faye
Schnaar are briefing chairmen.
Dorothy Mahlin is in charge of

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The photographs above were taken at recent
events benefiting the 1979 Allied- Jewish Campaign -
Israel Emergency Fund. In the top photograph, at a
leadership parlor meeting are, from left, host Martin
E. Citrin, speaker Daniel M. Honigman and 1979
Campaign chairmen David Handleman and Irving
Seligman. In the second photograph, at a worker as-
signment meeting are, from left, Bernard H. Stollman,
N. Brewster Broder and Lester S. Burton. In the third
photograph, at the Metropolitan Division telethon,
Bill Greenberg, Herbert Benson and Jeffrey Kravitz
look on as Marvin Foxman, left, and Albert Ryder
make calls. In the fourth photograph, David Asher,
David Aronow, Benjamin Rosenthal, Michael
Perlman, E. Steven Robinson and Neil Sosin are
shown at the Junior Division Men's Pre-Campaign
cocktail party. In the bottom photograph, at the de-
ntists' section leadership brunch are, from left, Dr.
and Mrs. Jason A. Goode, speaker Dr. Isaac Alteras,
and Dr. and Mrs. Eli V. Berger.

the workers' party program.
Harriet Colman and Julie Gur-
win are clerical chairmen; De-
lores Farber is special handling
chairman. Harriet Rich is motor
corps Chairman; Susan Marwil
and Judy Naftaly are post
Phonogift chairmen.

Shelby Tauber is division
Campaign chairman. Dul-
cie Rosenfeld is president.
* * *

Women's Units
Set Meetings

Two sections of the Allied
Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund Women's
Division will hold fund-
raising meetings March 1.
The Koach Section for
contributors of $150, will
meet for breakfast at 9:30
a.m. at the Birmingham
home of Marlene Borman.
The $100 First Time Sec-
tion will hold a petite lunch
meeting at 12:30 p.m. at the
Franklin home of Women's
Division Campaign Chair-
man Shelby Tauber.
Speakers at both meet-
ings will be Joel and
Linda Abromson, a Port-
land, Maine, couple

Coden, Margery Federman,
Maxine Frankel, Marilyn Katz,
Donna Maddin, Bernice Mahler,
Helen Shevin, Donna Slatkin,
Barbara Weisberg and Carol
Zamler.
Linda Gershenson chairs the
$100 First Time Section. Carol
Krugel is associate chairman,
Sally Krugel, briefing chairman,
and Sharon Hart, adviser. Ron-
nie Acker, Thelma Elson, Arlene
Faudem, Florence Gantz, Julie
Jackson, Nancy Maddin, Judy
Naftaly and Sharon Tayler are
vice chairmen.

Leadership to Hear
IDF General

GENERAL ORLY
Israel Defense Forces
Major Genereral Avraham
Orly, who has served as a
member of Israel's team
negotiating a peace agree-
ment with Egypt, „will be
guest speaker at a parlor
meeting on Wednesday.
The meeting will take
place at 8 p.m. at the
Franklin home of Irwin
Green, vice president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and a past chairman of the
Campaign.
Gen. Orly's career has
JOEL ABROMSON
spanned the three decades
of Israel's statehood. He. has
coordinated government
and Israel Defense Forces
operations in the adminis-
tered territories, including
the Gaza Strip and North-
ern Sinai.
A member of the Irgun
during the British Man-
date, Gen. Orly became a
founding member of the
Airborne Corps in Israel's
War of Independence.
He attended an Air-
borne Forces' Operations
Course in England and
the U.S. Army Command
and General Staff College
LINDA ABROMSON
at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.,
active in civic-affairs as and taught in the Israel
well as local and national Defense Forces Com-
Jewish communal work. mand and Staff College.
prom 1968 to 1971, Gen.
Abromson, , a past
president of the Jewish Orly served as head of the
Federation of Southern Israel Army's military mis-
Maine, has chaired the sion in Ethiopia. In 1972, he
United Jewish Appeal's was named deputy com-
Young Leadership Cabinet mander of the Gaza Strip;
and served as associate he took the Gaza Strip and
chairman of the Council of Northern Sinai command in
Jewish Federations' Na- 1973.
The final parlor meeting
tional Committee on Small
will be held . Feb. 28, at the
Cities.
His wife, a past president home of Alan E. Schwartz,
of the Portland section of former president of the
the National Council of Jewish Welfare Federation.
Jewish Women, has served Professor Efraim Torgovnik
on the UJA National of Tel Aviv Univeristy will
Women's Board and chaired be guest speaker.
the Women's Division of the
Portland Combined Jewish
The Allied Jewish
Appeal.
Campaign-Israel Emer-

Beth Feldman is chairman of
the Koach Section. Sherri Lum-
berg, Evelyn Silverman, Ruth
Wayne and Jane Weiner are
associate chairmen; Edie Mit-
tenthal is adviser. Vice chairmen
are Joanna Berger, Carol Sue

gency Fund supports nearly
50 social and humanitarian
agencies in Detroit, the
U.S., Israel and elsewhere
overseas.

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