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April 18, 1980 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-04-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Allied Campaign Reaches $15.2 Million

With three weeks to go
before the closing of the
1980 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund, the total to date an-
nounced at the first re-
port meeting last Sunday is
$15,216,490, with an addi-
tional $4,975,977 pledged
for Project Renewal.
Campaign division lead-
ers and workers were ad-
vised that the coming weeks
will determine the success
of the 1980 undertaking and
were urged to complete

their assignments by the
second report meeting on
April 27.
Abbie Ben-Ari, a former
member of the Israel dele-
gation to the United Na-
tions, will be the guest
speaker at the second report
meeting, -9:45 a.m. April 27
at Cong. Bnai David.
Ben-Ari will address
the Campaign leaders
and workers at the conti-
nental breakfast after a
midway progress report

is made by the chairmen
of the nine Campaign di-
visions.

The Campaign closes
May 6 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center.

Friday, April 18, 1980 21

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Shown at a recent AJC-IEF Insurance Section
meeting are, from left, guest speaker Mark Solomon,
Steven Radom and Norman Pappas.

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Shown at the April 13 Campaign report meeting
are, standing from left, guest speaker Asher Naim,
Irving Seligman and Dulcie Rosenfeld, and seated
from left, David Handleman, Marvin Goldman,
Richard Sloan and Edie Mittenthal.

Center Concert Set Sunday

Pianist Flavio Varani,
violinist Linda Snedden
Smith and violist Hart
Hollman will perform with
the Center Symphony Or-
chestra 3:30 p.m. Sunday in
the Aaron DeRoy Studio
Theater of the main Jewish
Community Center.
In celebration of Israel's
Independence Day, the con-
cert will feature "Israeli
Melodies for Strings" by

Julius Chajes, who will be
on the podium.
Tickets are available at
the Center cashier's office.
The Center Runners Club
will sponsor its third annual
chai run 8:30 a.m. May 18.
Runners may run 1, 3, 6, 9,
12 or 18 (chai) miles.
Awards will be presented.
There is an entry fee. For
information, call the Cen-
ter, 661-1000, ext. 182.

*

Camp Ruth Village Open

The Camp Ruth Village
Cluster, made possible by
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rich,
consists of a sheltered
service area, multiple
bunk units and expan-
sive recreational
grounds. There also is a
baseball diamond, soccer
field and a vast play area
— all in a natural wooded
setting. The Village Clus-
ter nature center is com-
plete with a fire ring for
group gatherings, sing-
alongs and bonfires.
Passion Play
The outdoor learning cen-
ter has a stage area for lec-
Tours Protested
A Southfield woman has tures, performing arts and
written to the University of cultural awareness activi-
Michigan and Wayne State ties. These facilities are
University alumni associa- available for year round
tions to protest the sched- programming as well. Chil-
uling of alumni tours to dren may be enrolled by cal-
the Oberammergau, West ling the JCC Summer Pro-
Germany passion play this grams office, 661-1000, ext.
115. '
summer.
The plays, presented Five Elected
every 10 years, depict the to Dropsie Board
events leading up to the
PHILADELPHIA — Five
crucifixion of Jesus. Jewish
organizations have men and women have been
criticized the play for more elected to the board of gov-
than 20 years as overtly ernors of Dropsie Univer-
anti-Semitic. Recent sity.
The new members are:
changes in the play's text
have been lauded but are Mrs. Elinor Coleman
said to not have gone far Guggenheimer, Herman
Badillo and Dr. Theodore
enough.
Ann Barnett of Southfield Herman of New York City;
wrote officials of both and Robert Y. Kamin and
schools, asking that the trip Seymour Kaplan of
Philadelphia.
be cancelled.

The Jewish Community
Center of Metropolitan De-
troit has announced the
opening of the Camp Ruth
Village Cluster and the es-
tablishment of the Camp
Ruth Activities Fund.
Camp Ruth incorporates
Judaic concepts and projects
by means of informal educa-
tional experiences with
outdoor recreation and lei-
sure activities for its cam-
pers.

Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined
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