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February 29, 1980 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-29

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Women's Phonogift for Allied Jewish

Campaign Is Scheduled for March 9-16

Hundreds of volunteer
Women's Division, 965-
3939.
workers for the Allied
• • •
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund Women's
Social Service
Division are getting ready
Meeting Monday
for Phonogift, the diviglon's
Con/ributors to the Allied
annual telephone solicita- Jewish Campaign-Israel
tion drive scheduled for Emergency Fund Social
March 9-16.
' Service Section will meet at
More than 7,000 area
8 p.m. Monday at the
women will be contacted
Bloomfield Hills home of
during the Phonogift Cam-
Federation Executive
paign, according to chair-
Committee Chairman Mar-
man Janice Schwartz.
tin E. Citrin.
Workers are invited to a
Dr. Conrad L. Giles, a
briefing party at noon Wed- pre-Campaign vice chair-
nesday at United Hebrew
man and chairman of the
Schools. The program fea- Jewish Welfare Federa-
tures an original musical tion's Conference of Di-
revue written and directed vision Chairmen, will dis-
by Dorothy Mahlirr,'a Cam- cuss the needs of Federa-
paign update and a discus-
tion's local member agen-
sion of telephone solicita- cies. Citrin will discuss the
tion techniques.
overseas outlook, based on
Serving as hostesses and day
the Jewish Agency meeting
chairmen for the briefers' party
he attended recently in Is-
will be Janice Katzman, Reva
rael.
Rosen, Sharon Taylor, Eileen
Bluestone, Marilyn Sachs, Mar-
Charles S. Wolfe is
lene Borman, Marian Kantor,
chairman of the Social Serv-
Ann Baruch, Ethel Goldenberg,
ice Section.
Sherri Brown, Ellen Slovis,

Pearl Baum, Jeanette Solway,
Connie Wolberg, Elaine Yaker,
Dassie Brent, Beverly Leuchter,
Barbara Wenokur, Lauren Liss,
Sandy Schwartz, Marcia Fenton,
Bette Roth, Sheila Cascade,
Trudi Wineman, Dorene Finer
and Fran Stern.

Additional Phonogift
volunteers are needed. For
information, call the

• • •
Physicians' Dinner
Wednesday Evening

Benjamin Varon, former
Israel ambassador to
Ecuador and Paraguay, will
speak at a dinner meeting of
the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Medical and

Osteopathic Physicians sec-
tions at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. The dinner will be
preceded by a cocktail re-
ception at 6:30 p.m.

Dentists to Hear

Israeli Journalist •

The Dentists Section will
hold a cocktail reception
and dinner March 12 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue .
The-reception begins at 6:30
p.m., with dinner at 7:30
p.m.
Guest speaker will be Is-
raeli jourlist Uri Dan,
author of tSe best-seller "90
Minutes at Entebbe." Dan
covered the Suez Campaign
and the Yom Kippur War
and has written thousands
of articles on military and
political affairs. He is an
authority on Europe and
French-Israeli relations.



Dr. Eli V. Berger is chairman
of the Dentists Section. Drs.
Harold P. Firestone, Jack M.
Jackson, Ellsworth Levine,
John D. Marx, Maurice S. Op-
pirer, Richard D. Williams and
Arnold Winshall are co-.
chgirmen.
Section associate chairmen
are Drs. Myron L. Attenson,
Kenneth Dickstein, Burton D.
Faudem, Elliott Folbe, Jason A.
Goode, Alden M. Leib, Joel P.
Schaumberg and Donald B.
Sherman. Vice chairmen are
Drs. Irving M. Friedman, Steven
M. Lash, Richard Lezell, Michael
S. Rosenfeld, Sheldon Spiticin,
Gary A. Stern, Allan J. Warnick
and David Weine.
Serving on the section cabinet
are Drs. Seymour D. Berman.
Howard L. Chazen, Leonard J.
Crayle, Stuart Falk, Manuel
Feldman, Sheldon M. Mintz,
Bernard J. Shapiro, Leo Shipko,
Seymour Swartz and Arnold
Zuroff.
Advisers are Drs. Max G.
Ai .ten, Eric Billes, Herbert J.
B oom. Joseph E. Goodstein,
J )seph 0. Grant, Harold A.
Maxmen, Martin Naimark. Sid-
ney 0. Siegan, S.S. Willis and
Max B. Winslow.

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Friday, February 29, 19813 13

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In the top photograph, preparing for the Women's
Division Phonogift, March 9-16, are from left, Jane
Sherman, Shelby Tauber, Doris August, Janice
Schwartz, Harriet Colman and Susan Marwil. In the
second photograph, Fred Goldenberg, left, Shelley
Navarre and David Gubow discuss the Junior Di-
vision's recent Phon-A-Thon. In the bottom photo-
graph, at the Attorney's Section annual luncheon, are
from left, David Page, Mark Hauser, Henry Lee, guest
speaker Shalmi Barmore, Edward Gold and Harry
Silverman.

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"logotherapy."

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Dr. Bulka is the founder
of the Center for the Study
of Psychology and Judaism
and has written and lec-
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logotherapy.

Logotherapy, popularly
discribed as healing
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