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December 19, 1980 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-12-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

48 Friday, December 19, 1980

Super Sunday Workers Mobilize

Singles Events

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THE JEWISH SING-
; LES will present a lecture
, on "French Anti-Semitism:
A Personal Perspective"
.§:30 p.m. today at Cong.
"Beth Shalom. Guest
speaker will be Greg Ber-
nhardt, who was a student
at the Sorbonne-University
of Paris last year.
Admission is free, and re-
freshments will be served
following the talk.
The group will go to

ADULT DEPARTMENT
OF THE JEWISH COM-
MUNITY CENTER will
have a "Night-Everything-
Else-Is-Closed" disco in con-
junction with The Jewish
Singles 8:30 p.m. Wednes-
day at the main Center
complex. Admission in-
cludes one drink. There is a
charge. For details, call
Shari Streit at the Center,
661-1000, ext. 219.

Greenfield Village and the
Henry Ford Museum
Saturday, meeting 11:30
a.m. at the Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center. There is a charge.
For reservations, call Lester
Weitman, 356-8654.
Volleyball is held 8:30
p.m. Mondays at the Morris
Branch. Admission is nom-
inal.

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ENTS
PARTNERS will have a
New Year's Eve dinner-
dance 8 p.m. Dec. 31 at Glen
Oaks Country Club, 30500
W. 13 Mile, Farmington
Hills. There is a charge. For
details, call Lucy Jorgen-
sen, 398-9788; or Frank
Lucido, 689-4913.

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p.m. Dec. 31 in the
synagogue. The evening
will feature cocktails, hors
d'oeuvres, sit-down dinner,
open bar, sweet table, favors
and dancing to the music of
the Shel Rott Orchestra. For
reservations and informa-
tion, call co-chairmen, Ron
Sherr, 851-7757; or Harvey.
Olson, 569-1152; or the
synagogue office, 851-5100.

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With one month to go be-
fore the Super Sunday mass
telethon Jan. 18 on behalf of
the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaigh - Israel Emer-
gency Fund, Jewish Wel-
fare Federation leaders are
busily working to mobilize
the community behind the
drive.
The telephone blitz, to be
held in conjunction with
communities throughout
the United States, will
reach some 12,000 potential
local contributors to the
1981 Campaign.
In preparation for the
event, leaders are planning
Campaign - Federation
Sabbath Jan. 9-10. During
this weekend preceding
Super Sunday, the work of
Federation will be em-
phasized through lectures
in synagogues and educa-
tional institutions.
Sol Cicurel is heading
the drive with co-
chairman Janice
Schwartz. Cicurel has re-
cently announced the
appointment of two addi-
tional committee chair-
men, Shelby Tauber, re-
source aides; and Harriet
Dunsky, who, along with
Harriet Colman, will
coordinate the adminis-
trative and clerical team.
Also playing key roles are
more than 300 Campaign
volunteer solicitors who are
working with the commit-
tee in the telephone appeal.
Mrs. Tauber, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division, was
a recipient of the 1974 Syl-
via Simon Greenberg
Award. A member of Feder-
ation's Board of Governors,
she also serves on its Com-
munity Services budgeting
and planning division. She
has served as Women's Di-
vision vice president, Cam-
paign chairman and execu-
tive committee member.
Mrs. Dunsky, past chair-
man of the Women's Di-
vision Phonogift campaign,
has been active in other
Women's Division functions
and served on the boards of
Fresh Air Society, Sinai
Hospital Women's Guild
and United Foundation
Heart of Gold. She is vice
president of Adat Shalom
Sisterhood and past chair-
man of membership for the
synagogue.

Lilian Bernstein, who is retiring after 14 years as
executive director of the Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation, was honored at a party
Dec. 6. Shown presenting a gift to her are, from left, ,
Jonathan Roth, Benjamin Rosenthal, and Philip
Liner.
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