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January 11, 1980 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-01-11

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8 Friday, ladaary 11, 1980



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THE INTROIT JEWISH NEWS

Allied Jewish Campaign Parlor Speakers Scheduled

Yehuda Hellman, execu,-
tive director of the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organ-
izations, will speak at the
Pace-Setters Campaign
Brunch of the Dentists Sec-
tion of the 1980 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund 10:30 a.m.
Sunday at the West Bloom-
field home of section co-
chairman Dr. John D. Marx.
Section leaders and con-
tributors of $1,000 and more
are invited.
Hellman, a journalist, is
an authority on the Middle
East.

Dr. Eli V. Berger is chairman
of the Dentists Section. Drs.

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Harold P. Firestone, Jack M.
Jackson, Ellsworth Levine,
John D. Marx, Maurice S. Op-
perer, Richard D. Williams and
Arnold Winshall are co-
chairmen.
Associate chairmen are Drs.
Myron L. Attenson, Kenneth
Dickstein, Burton D. Faudem,
Elliott Folbe, Jason A. Goode,
Alden M. Leib, Joel P. Schaum-
berg and Donald B. Sherman.
Vice chairmen are Drs. Irving
M. Friedman, Steven M. Lash,
Richard Lezell, Michael S.
Rosenfeld, Sheldon Sonkin,
Gary A. Stern, Allan J. Warrick
and David Weine.
Serving on the section Cabinet
are Drs. Seymour D. Berman,
Leonard J. Crayle, Stuart Falk,
Manuel Feldman, Sheldon M.
Mintz, Bernard J. Shapiro, Leo
Shipko, Seymour Swartz and
Arnold Zuroff.
Section'advisers are Drs. Max
G. Aiken, Eric BiLles, Herbert J.
Bloom, Joseph E. Goodstein,
Joseph 0. Grant, Harold A.
Maxmen, Martin Naimark, Sid-
ney 0. Siegan, S.S. Willis -and
Max B. Winslow.

Donald Fox and Dr. Har-
ris W. Mainster are chair-
men of the Professional
Health Divisoin.

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Jewish Community Federa-
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day. The meeting, for con-
tributors of $2,500 and
more, will be held at the
Bloomfield Hills home of
former Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration President Alan E.
Schwartz.

By DAVID LANDAU
ASWAN (JTA) —
Israeli-Egyptian agreement
on the issues involved in the
Iranian and Afghan crises
should serve as "a founda-
tion of goodwill, cooperation
and understanding on
which we shall build in the
future." This was the cen-
tral message of Premier
Menahem Begin's public
remarks at a dinner Mon-
day night following the first
working session of his
four-day summit with
PreSident Sadat.
"Thank God," said Begin,
"Israel and Egypt are on the
side of right, not wrong, jus-
tice, not its opposite, free-
dom, not slavery" in the face
of these two setbacks for the
West.
But there was no indica-
tion from either Begin or
Sadat, or their aides, that
the shared outlook would
express itself in specific op-

The Greater Detroit Sec-
tion, National Council of
Jewish Women, will celeb-
rate Council Week Jan.
21-26.
Highlights of the week
include an open board meet-
ing 9:30 a.m. Jan. 22 at the
Council office, 16400 W. 12
Mile, Southfield, which will
feature a discussion of
NCJW Community Service
Projects by professionals di-
resting the services.
Gerald Levin, director of
The Orchards Children's
Services;
and
Carol
Schwartz, director of Oak-
land Operation Friendship;

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In the mid-1960s, Dr.
Lasch spent three years in
the newly-independent Af-
rican state of Upper Volta.
For his work in establishing
primary medical care serv-
ices in that country he re-
ceived the chevron of the
National Order of Upper
Volta.

He has been working in
the Gaza Strip since 1973
and has been responsible for
developing hospital and
auxiliary services where
the most minimal health
care provisions previously
existed.

erational terms in the im- party to be in Aswan for the
mediate future.
duration of the summit.
On the bilateral issues They had both come here on
between the two coun- Sunday to take part in a
tries, it was Sadat who set top-level strategic policy
review with Sadat, Prime
the tone, in his after
dinner comments, when Minister Mustafa Khalil
and other high state and
he said, "we have over
come in the past much party officials. They were
more difficulties than we then asked by Sadat to stay
are facing now." for the talks with Premier
The two leaders seemed Begin.
relaxed and at ease in each
Observers saw their
others company during a presence as underscoring
dinner given by the Sadats the strategic dimension of
for the Begins at the Israeli those summit discussions.
premier's hotel. They ex- which ended yesterday.
changed banter freely, and Sadat was pointedly pos-
even at moments when the itive in his references at the
conversation stalled, there dinner address to the "pro-
was none of the fidgety gress that has
been
awkwardness between achieved." Israeli sources
them that characterized did not expect major break-
their earlier encounters. throughs at the sessions.
Egyptian Defense Minis- The Begins made several
ter Kamal Hassan Ali and tours during their Egyptian
Acting Foreign Minister trip, visiting the Temple of
Butros Ghali had not been Ramses II at Abu Simbel
expected by the Israeli and the Aswan High Dam.

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year as a fellow at the Yale
University School of Public
Health Service, is a native
of Hamburg, Germany, who
arrived in Israel in 1936 and
fought in the 1948 War for
Independence.

Goodwill Emphasized at Summit

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Ratner is president of
Forest City Enterprises,
Inc. He is a past chairman of
the Jewish Welfare Fund
Drive and of the Jewish
Welfare Fund Planning
Committee of Cleveland
and is a past member of the
State of Israel Technical
Advisory Committee on
Housing.
The second parlor meet-
ing will be held 8 p.m. Jan.
23 at the Bloomfield Hills
home of Campaign Associ-
ate Chairman Jack A.
Robinson.
Guest speaker will be
Dr. Eli La.sch, director of
health services for the
Gaza Strip and Northern
Sinai and director of
pediatric services at
Gaza Hospital.
Dr. Lasch, who is spend-
ing the current academic

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and Nadine Bell, director of
SPACE, will survey these
projects. Alice Zemon, di-
rector of the three Council
Resale Shops, will discuss
the shops.
Emphasis will be given
to the interrelated work
of staff and volunteers.
Phyllis Welling is NCJW
president.
At 8 p.m. Jan. 24, a gen-
eral meeting at Temple
Beth El will honor NCJW
volunteers. The "A Maizin'
Blues," a song and dance
group of the University of
Michigan, will entertain.
The general meeting is open
to friends and family of
members.

NCJW Sabbath will be
celebrated in area temples
and synagogues, Jan. 25
and 26.
Council Week 1980 is
chaired by Carol Bloom.
Other chairmen are: Pro-
gram Committee, Cindy
Daitch; Rissa Winkel-
man, co-chairman; and
hospitality, Mary
Schwartz.
Members of the commit-
tee include: Amy Brown,
vice president of adminis-
tration; Judy Adelman;
Shelly Cooper; Fay Oringel;
Beverly Hutton; Harriet
Prentis; Marcia Edelman:
and
Sharon Edelman
Frances Stern.

Women's Division Institute
Tuesday at Main JCCenter

Reservations are still
available for the Jewish
Welfare Federation
Women's Division's annual
Institute 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
day at the main Jewish
Community Center.
Entitled, "Eye on the
'80s," the program will focus
on an economic and political
forecast for the coming de-
cade, with particular regard

to the energy situation.
Guest speakers will be
Helen Junz, vice president
of the First National Bank
of Chicago and former de-
puty assistant secretary of
the Treasury for com-
modities and natural re-
Elihu
and
sources,
Bergman, executive direc-
tor of Americans for Energy
Independence.

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