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April 20, 1979 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-20

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'34 Friday, April 20, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sixty-seven percent of the
money raised by the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund is used for
social service programs in
ft,-tael and elsewhere over-
seas.

Organize for Israel, Women Urged at Federation Forum

SAM
BARNETT

r

AND HIS ORCHESTRA

968-2563

ARRY FREEDMAN

rchestra and Entertainment

647-2367

Described by the guest_
speaker as "prime movers"
through their involvement
in the Jewish community,
several hundred women
attending the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation Women's
Division Spring Forum
were urged to "help the
United States in the Middle
East" by organizing politi-
cally on behalf of Israel.
Aaron Rosenbaum, direc-
tor of research of the Ameri-
can Israel Public Affairs
Committee, agreed with the
other forum speaker, Mark
Talisman, that com-
municating with their Con-
gressmen is an important

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way of affecting U.S. policy
in areas that are important
to the Jewish community.
Talisman, the morning
speaker at the annual
Women's Division event, is
director of the Washington
Action Office of the Council
of Jewish Federations.
Rosenbaum noted a
"certain rigidity" in U.S.
dealings in the Middle
East, evidenced in- what
he called the administra-
tion's continuing — and
unrealistic — focus on a
comprehenSive peace-
settlement. He called the
Israel-Egypt treaty "fun-
damentally good," add!
ing that "the United
States has been unwilling
to face the reality that
some states are funda-
mentally incapable iof
joining the peace proc-
ess." Arab- radical states
need conflict with Israel
"to draw attention away
from their autocratic re-
gimes," he said.
By carrying out an am-
biguous policy, by refusing

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Nearly 300 women attended the Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Division Spring Forum April 5 at
the main Jewish Community Center. Shown are sea-
ted, from left: Forum Chairman Francine Gold, guest
speaker Mark Talisman; Women's Division President
Dulcie Rosenfeld and standing, from left: adviser
Maida Portnoy, Associate Chairman and Program
Chairman Marcy Feldman, Vice President for Educa-
tion Diane Shekter and guest speaker Aaron - D.
Rosenbaum.

to choose Sides, Rosenbaum
said that the U.S. succeeds
only in appearing weak to
Arab states that are anti-
Zionist and anti-American.
Although peace will
exacerbate Israel's severe
economic problems,. the
price is worth it, Rosen-
baum said. "Israel's friends
in the U,S. must stress to
the administration that it is
in our best interests to ex-
tend to Israel the financial
aid she requires."
Talisman, former ad-
ministrative assistant to
U.S. Representative
Charles Vanik, gave a brief
history of the devleopment

of the United States' politi-
cal system.
The reason the Found-
ing Father decided that
Congressmen should run
for re-election every two
years was to "keep them
on their toes," he said.
Francine Gold, chairman
of forum, presided at the
all-day program, with the
assistance of Marcy
Feldman, associate chair-
man. Also on the program
were Dulcie Rosenfeld,
Women's Division
president, and Diane Shek-
-ter, division vice president,
who delivered the invoca-
tion at the luncheon session.

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Singles Events

we'll take care

of it!

SWINGING SINGLES,
ROSE.
SOCIALITES will hold a 25 and up, will hold a party
spring dance 9 p.m. Satur- with cocktails and dancing
FINE CLOTHES
day in the Oak Park Com- to "The Continentals" 8:30
munity Center. Johnny "C" p.m. Sunday at Corsi's,
24150 Telegraph at 10 Mile
and his orchestra will pro- 27910 W. Seven Mile,
Next to Dunkin Donuts
vide music for dancing. So- Livonia. There is a charge.
Daily to 6 Thurs. to 8 Sun. 11-4/
cial mixers and refresh- For information, call Hen-
ments will highlight the rietta Lewis, 546-0903.
evening. For information,
call Mollie Stern, 968-3643,
or Shirley Kaner, 398-2296.
* * *
MICHIGAN JEWISH
SINGLES COUNCIL will
hold a spring cabaret 8 p.m.
April 29 in the main Jewish
Write The Best Prescription For Your
Community Center. Folk
singer and comedian Ron
Sprinkler Needs.
Coden will entertain. Re-
SPRINKLERS INSTALLED & SERVICED
freshments will be served at
a nominal charge. There is
Jeffrey Schreiber
no Sabbath
an admission fee.
531-5393

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398-3180

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Southfield, Mich.-557-7677
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HARVARD ROW KOSHER MEATS

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Southfield 48076-356-5110

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DEXTER DAVISON KOSHER MEATS

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Junior Division
Meeting Planned

Everything you always wanted toila
know about needlepoint but werdiw
afraid to ask.

Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
will hold an open meeting at
8 p.m. Wednesday in-the
main United Hebrew
Schools building.
Consumer authority June
Sears will speak. Young
adults, from post-college
age through their mid-30s,
are invited. Admission is
free.
James Stegman is the di-
vision's lecture series
chairman. Jonathan M.
Jaffa is president.
New members are wel-
come. For information, con-
tact Lilian Bernstein, di-
vision director, 965-3939.

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