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January 09, 1981 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 Friday, January 9, 1981

Jan. 18 Super Sunday Solicitation Starts Drive for $19;150,000

Campaign efforts continue
with a series of parlor meet-
ings.

(Continued from Page 1) demand for services and
At the same time, Zeltzer serious cutbacks are feared
warned, Federation's if sufficient funds cannot be
member agehcies are _allocated. Israel, faced with
hard-pressed to *meet the 150 percent inflation, has.

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undergone drastic budget
cuts, and the United Israel
Appeal has reached the debt
limit on borrowing.
If Detroit is to keep its
promise to Israel and Jews
in need here and abroad,
"special efforts must be
made to reach new con-
tributors and to upgrade the
level of understanding and
giving by those who already
contribute," said Zeltzer.
Toward that end, the
massive telephone solicita-
tion effort called Super
Sunday will take place on
Jan. 18„ The one-day
mobilization parallels ef-
forts in 100 communities
across America.
The Allied Jewish
Campaign and Super
Sunday are getting a
boost on television. The
30- and 10-second public
service announcements
were produced by Si-
mons Michelson Zieve,
Inc., and are being aired
in advance of the Jan. 18
Super Sunday telephone
appeal.
The spots were written by
SMZ's John Katz and pro-
duced by Todd Bendler,
with direction by Tom
Parasiliti of General Tele-
vision Network and audio
work contributed by Ron
Rose Productions.
Narrated by Harry Golds-
tein, the public service spots
remind the viewer to sup-
port the Allied Jewish
Campaign "For We Are
One."

A meeting on behalf of the
1981 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund for members of Jewish
Welfare Federation agency
boards will take place at the
West Bloomfield home of
JWF President George M.
Zeltzer 8 p.m. Jan. 20.
Also participating in the
special gathering will be
1981 Campaign General
Chairmen Marvin H.
Goldman and David S.
Mondry.
Zeltzer noted that agency
leaders have a special sen-
sitivity to communal needs
and the importance of the
Campaign in meeting those
needs. He added that the
commitment shown that
evening will help set the
1981 Campaign pace.
Meanwhile, the first of
a series of parlor meet-
ings to benefit the 1981
Campaign is scheduled
for 8 p.m. Wednesday at
the Bloomfield Hills
home of Alan E.
Schwartz.
Guest speaker at the
gathering will be Wolf
Blitzer, chief correspondent

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Israeli Guest

Israel Amitai, a mass
communications specialist,
will be guest speaker at the
1981 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Accountants Section
Breakfast Caucus, to be
held 9:45 a.m. Sunday at the
main Jewish Community
Center.

IRVING SELIGMAN

This weekend, Detroit's
religious leaders will urge
their congregants to re-
spond to the telephone ap-
peal with increased contri-
butions to the Campaign.
Hebrew and religious school
children also will be told
about the importance of the
AJC-IEF in building a
strong community.
Throughout next week,
potential contributors will
receive Campaign litera-
ture in the mail.
pre-
Meanwhile,

ISRAEL AMITAI

Presently, Amitai is
engaged in the field of tele-
vision production and has
more than 1,000 public af-
fairs and cultural programs
to his credit.
A native-born Israeli, his
career in journalism began
in Armed Forces Radio and
led to editing the daily
newspaper Davar and
authoring magazine arti-
cles, theater plays, radio
scripts and other works.
Fluent in six languages,
he is an experienced lec-
turer on Israel in com-
munities throughout the
world.
For reservations, contact
WOLF BLITZER
division director Allan Gel-
for the Jerusalem Post's -- fond, 965-3939.
Washington, D.C. bureau,
credited with starting the
Wolfe to Speak
train of thought that led.
to Metro. Unit
Egypt's President Anwar
Charles
S. Wolfe, execu-
Sadat to his precedent-
shattering decision to go to tive director of Jewish
Home for Aged, will be
Jerusalem in 1977.
* * *
guest speaker at a Met-
ropolitan Division Special
Women's Unit

to Hear Rabin

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2- WORLD GATHERING OF
JEWISH HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS -

June

Federman, Gloria Fires-
tone, Jan Hauser, Agnes
Klein, Marjorie Krasnick'
and Sally Levy are vice
chairmen.
Jane Sherman is Cam-
paign chairman;? division
president is Shelby Tauber.
* * *

The Women's Division of
the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund will hold a'
gathering for contributors
of $300 and over 12:30 p.m.
Jan. 16 at the Franklin
home of Dolores Gordon.
Guest speaker will be
Yitzhak Rabin, former
prime minister of Israel.
Rabin, presently a member
of the Knesset, has served
as his country's ambassador
to Washington and _in the
supreme rank of chief of the
general staff and comman-
der of the Israel Defense
Forces during the 1967
Six-Day War.
Diane J. Klein is Kadima
section chairman. Associate
chairman is Donna Slatkin;
briefing leader Bobbie Blitz.
Adviser is Diane F. Klein.
Penny Blumenstein,
Harriet Brent, Marjorie

CHARLES WOLFE

Gifts Section kickoff
meeting 9:45 a.m. Sunday
at United Hebrew Schools.
Wolfe, recently elected
executive vice president of
the agency, has adminis-
tered both Borman Hall and
Prentis Manor for several
years.
He holds several ad-
vanced degrees in guidance
and counseling and serves
as an instructor in social
gerontology at Madonna
College. Elected treasurer
of the National Association
of Jewish Homes for Aged in
1979, he also is a member of
the Michigan Non-Profit
Nursing Home Association
and the National Geriatric
Society.

Jeffrey R. Kravitz is Special
Gifts chairman. Serving with
him are Morris Asher, Louis E.
Barden, Leo Baron, Herbert Be-
nson, Karl C. Berg, Kenneth Be-
rtin, George Blostein, Helen
Boxer, Jack Boxer, Jacob Bras-
law, Abraham Burnstein, Morris
Elken, Phil M. Elkus, Fred Er-
lebacher, Gert W. Freund, Mor-
ris Friedman, Saul H. Glosser
and Arthur S. Goldberg.
Also David B. Goldis, Harold
W. Goodman, David Goodstein,
William Graham, James Grey,
Jerome B. Greenbaum, William
Greenberg, Sam Gross, William
Gross, Albert Gutman, Daniel
Hoffer, Robert Israel, Joseph
Jacobson, David A. Jaffa and
Harold S. Jaffa.
Also Jonathan Jaffa, Seymour
Kahan, Meyer King, Louis
Konick, Sol Lieder, Jeffrey
Laderman, Carl R. Lichtenstein,
Steven Meyers, Norman Michlin,
Rabbi Bernard Moskowitz, Alan
Nathan, John Nemon, David Re-
disch, Nathan Rubenstein,
Samuel Rudofsky, Albert Ryder,
Bernard Schlussel, Edward I.
Schlussel, Isadore Shrodeck,
Donald R. Simon, Herman
Strassburger, David Waldshan
and Samuel Weiner.
David Levine is Metropolitan
Division chairman; associate
chairman is Edward Gordon.

* *

Shown at the Dec. 17 Allied Jewish Campaign
luncheon for women contributo'rs of $600 and over
are, from left, Jane Sherman, Edie Mittenthal, guest
speaker Zeev Shaham of the Jewish Agency's Insti-
tute for Leadership Development, Joan Goldrath,
Beth Feldman and Shelby Tauber.
Books are not absolutely are; they preserve, as in a
dead things, but do contain vial, the purest efficacy and
a certain potency of life in extraction of the living in-
them, to be as active as they tellect that bred them.
—Milton
should whose progeny they

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