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November 16, 1979 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-16

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50 Friday, November 16, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Five Campaign Associate Chairmen Named

The moshav shitufi (col-
lective), like the kibutz, is
based on the principle of col=
lective economy and owner-
ship, but with each family
having its own household
and being responsible for

the care of its children.
Work and pay are adjusted
to individual circum-
stances. Like the kibutz, the
moshav shitufi has tended
to develop industries in
addition to agriculture.

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PAUL BORMAN

RUTH BRODER

SHIRLEY HARRIS JACK ROBINSON NORMAN WACHLER

David Handleman and chairmen. They are Paul —years,- has served as vice
pre-
and
Irving R. Seligman, general Borman, Ruth K. Broder, chairman
chairmen of the 1980 Allied Shirley Harris, Jack A. Campaign chairman and as
Jewish Campaign - Israel Robinson and Norman a member of the Campaign
Cabinet.
Emergency Fund, have an- Wachler.
Mrs. Broder, former
Borman, a chairman of
nounced the appointment of
five Campaign associate the Food Division for many Campaign chairman of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division, is a
member of the boards of
Federation, United Jewish
Charities, Jewish Voca-
tional Service and Jewish
Family Service and of Fed-
eration's Culture and Edu-
cation Budget and Planning
IS THE GUY
Division.
Mrs. Harris, Women's
Division president from
1974 to 1976, is a member
of the executive commit-
IS THE BUY
tees of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and the
Council of Jewish Feder-
ations' Women's Di-
vision.
WHERE EVERY DAY
Robinson served as asso-
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ciate chairman in the last
two Campaigns and as
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NEW YORK — As part of
their commitment to
encourage young Jewish
performing artists, the
Jewish Welfare Board's
Leeture Bureau and the
Martin Steinberg Center of
'the American Jewish Con-
'egress will present "A New
Generation," on Dec. 13, in
the Concert Hall of the Ab-
raham Goodman House,
New York.
The program will feature:
"Rakdaneem," a choreog-
raphic collective that pre-
sents contemporary dances
which explore the Jewish
heritage; Sasha Nanus, a
mime who toured with the
Claude Kipnis Mime Com-
pany, in "The Silent Voice of
a Jewish Woman"; and
"Music of the Jews of Kav-
kaz" with Jeffrey Werbock,
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-0
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O
Kamancha, an ancient
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0
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0
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m,
others who make up "A New
Generation" are available
to local communities
throughout North America
through arrangements
made by the JWB Lecture
Bureau.
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further information, con-
tact Stephen Bayer, JWB
Lecture Bureau, 15 E. 26th
St., New York, N.Y.

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1976 and 1977. A former
Division
Professional
chairman, he is a member of
the boards and several
committees of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, Detroit
Service Group and Jewish
Federation Apartments.
Wachler also served as
associate chairman in 1978
and 1979 and as pre-
Campaign chairman in
1976 and 1977. He is a
former chairman of the
Mercantile Division and
serves on the boards of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and the Detroit Service
Group and on Federation's
Community Services
Budget and Planning Di-
vision.

Savior of Jews?

VIENNA (ZINS) — The
Vienna correspondent for
the Hebrew daily news-
paper Haaretz claimed in a
report that during their re-
cent meetings Austrian
Chancellor Bruno Kreisky
asked Palestine Liberation
Organization leader Yasir
Arafat to intervene on be-
half of Iranian Jews.

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May you have more in
health and happiness.

Dr. Herbert Applebaum
and family

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