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March 07, 1980 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Winter Wedding
for Miss Kraus

MISS KRAUS

Dr. and Mrs. Edmond
- Kraus_ of Southfield an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Kathie Sue,
..- to Arthur N. Rott, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Rott of Bir-
mingham and Mrs. Rita
Rott of Santa Monica, Calif.
A winter wedding is
planned.

I

FRANK PAUL

and His ORCHESTRA
DUO's — TRIO's

SOLOISTS

557-7986

Phonogift, Other Events to Aid Campaigli

The Career Women's Sec-
tion of 'the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund Women's Di-
vision will join other di-
vision volunteer workers for
Phonogift solicitation at the
section's monthly meeting
5:45 p.m. Tuesday at United
Hebrew Schools.
The meetings begins with
dinner and a briefing. Dul-
cie Rosenfeld, Women's Di-
vision president, will dis-
cuss the needs of the 1980
Campaign, and Nancy
Hirsch, Phonogift briefing
chaifinan, will speak on
telephone solicitation tech-
niques.
Phonogift will continue
through March 16.
Judy Naftaly is chair-
man, and Fayga Dombey,
associate chairman, of the
Career Women's Section.
For reservations for Tues-
day's meeting, call the
Women's Division, 965-
3939.

* * *

Dentists Meet
Wednesday Evening

Israeli journalist Uri Dan
will speak at a cocktail re-
ception and dinner for the
Dentists Section on Wed-
nesday at Adat Shalom

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Synagogue. The 7:30 p.m.
dinner will follow a recep-
tion at 6:30 p.m.
Dan, chief correspondent
of the Israel daily
"Ma'ariv," covered the
commando raid on Entebbe
Airport and three weeks
later wrote "90 Minutes at
Entebbe," a best-seller that
has been translated into 20
languages.
A native Israeli, Dan has
written thousands of arti-
cles on military and politi-
cal affairs, has covered the
Suez Campaign and Yom
Kippur War and is an
authority on French-Israeli
relations.
Dr. Eli V. Berger is
chairman of the Dentists
Section. Donald Fox and Dr.
Harris W. Mainster chair
the Professional Health Di-
vision.

1 cup Maxwell House ADC Cof-
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1 quart water
Prepare coffee in automatic
drip coffee maker, using
amounts given above. Pour
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MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
SOCIAL SCIENCE IN ISRAEL
June 18-July 30, 1980

Ague, six-week program of academic, kibbutz, and travel experience conducted by program

L.....;ctor Dr. Jacob Climo, MSU Department of Social Science. A cultural anthropologist with
special interest in communal and collective farming communities, Dr. Climo directed MSU's Israel
summer program in 1977.

Open to all students from all colleges and universities.
Students earn 8-12 quarter credits.
Extensive use of guest speakers in the classroom.
Seven full-day field trips to various parts of Israel.
Three weeks of living, working, studying on an Israeli kibbutz.
Four days of independent travel.
Application deadline: April 25, 1980.
For further information on courses, program costs, living accomodations, travel and financial aid,
write or phone:

MSU Summer in Israel — Office of Overseas Study
108 International Center
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824

- (517) 353-8920

Some of the 60 Detroit delegates at the recent
United Jewish Appeal Young Leadership Cabinet
meetings in Washington are shown meeting with Rep.
William S. Broomfield (R-Mich.). Shown are, from left,
seated, Broomfield, Mark Hauser, Joel and Linda
Gershenson, Joan Satovsky, Sharon Hart, Shelley
Jackier, Neil Satovsky, Steve Coden, Linda Lee, Jan
Hauser and Dr. Martin Hart. Standing are Edward
Gold, Peter Alter, Marci Grant and Dr. Steven Grant.

* * *

Demitasse

WE SELL
FOR LESS

.

Met. Div. 'M" Day
Set for March 16

Volunteer Campaign
workers for the Metropoli-
tan Division will turn In
their completed pledge
cards at the division's an-
nual "M" Day, 10 a.m. - 1
p.m. March 16 in the board
room of United Hebrew
Schools.
Telephones will be 'avail-
able so workers can com-
plete their assignments.
Among the organizations
participating in the Met-
ropolitan Division Cam-
paign are the Metropolitan
Detroit Bnai Brith Council
and Bowling Association,
the Jewish War Veterans,
the Cong. Beth Abraham-
Hillel-Moses Men's Club,
the Cong. Beth Shalom
Men's Club, and several
Jewish Community Center
organizations, including
the Center Businessmen's
Club, the Center Social
Service Club, the Golden
Friendship Circle, the
Jewish Center Culture
Club, the Retired Men's
Recreation Club and the
Jewish Parents Institute.
Also the Jewish War Vet-
erans Bowling League, the
Labor Zionist Alliance

Friday, March 1, 1980 55



Special
Group of

Jackets

Values To

$1300°

NOW

Members of the Women's Division Koach Section
recently visited several local agencies that are mem-
bers of the Jewish Welfare Federation. Shown are,
from left, Barbara Stollman, Linda Lee, Evelyn Sil-
verman, Federation Apartments Executive Director
Helen Naimark and Pola Friedman.

Council of Detroit, the Rose
Sherer Socialites, the
Sholem Aleichem Institute,
United Hebrew Schools,
Workmen's Circle and a
number of individual Bnai
Brith lodges.
* * *

Pharmacy Section
Dinner March 19

The Pharmacists and
Pharmaceutical Suppliers
Section of the AJC-IEF will
hold a dinner meeting
March 19 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue. The 7:30 p.m.
dinner will be preceded by a
cocktail reception starting
at 6:30 p.m.
Guest speaker will be Av-
raham Sharir, chairman of
the Likud Parliamentary-
Faction in Israel's Knesset.
He was elected to the Knes-
set in 1977.
Robert A. Shapiro is
chairman of the Pharma-
cists and Pharmaceutical
Suppliers Section. Hadar
Granadar, Abe Medow and
David Zimmerman are co-
chairmen, and Robert S.
Dunsky, Gerald Gerger and
Sheldon J. Weisberg, vice
chairmen. Edward Glick,
Julius Tapper and Marvin
Yagoda are associate
chairman, and Irving Be-
linsky, William Bobrin and
Jerry Soble, advisers.
Serving on the section
cabinet are Arthur
Baker, Fred Band, Stuart
Bass, Bernard Breyer,
Neil Brown, Isaac
Englebaum, Sam Farber,
William Farber, Sidney
Glen, Jack Green, Meyer
Goldstein, Erwin Guten-
berg, Merle Harris, Yale

Hechtman,
Marvin
Hoffman, Rudolph Kel-
ler, Jerome Kelman and
Dennis Klar.
Also Alan Klein, Mickey
Kole, Larry Kowalsky, Ben-
jamin Krimer, Jack Kut-
nick, Irving Leider, James
Millman, Milton Mindell,
Nathan Pack, Harry Posar,
Sam Plucer, Harvey Rubin,
Gordon Ryback, Bernard
Schiff, Jack Shiffman, Louis
S. Siegel, Ken Soble, Al
Stotsky and Myron Win-
kelman.

Project JOIN
Seeks Interns

Applications still are
being taken by the Jewish
Vocational Service and
Community Workshop for
its Project JOIN summer in-
ternship program.
Participants in the pro-
gram are placed throughout
the area with Jewish com-
munal agencies and earn a
tax-free stipend. Interns
also participate in a weekly
educational program con-
centrating on the structure
of the Jewish community.
Interested college stu-
dents should call the JVS-
CW, 967-0500. Application
deadline is March 21.

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