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March 27, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 Friday, March 21, 1981

Speakers Set for AJCampaign Meetings

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Pharmacy Section
Dinner Meeting

Moshe Arad, deputy di-
rector general of Israel's
Foreign Ministry, will
speak at an Allied Jewish
Campaign report meeting-
breakfast 9:45 a.m. April 5
at the Jewish Community
Center.
Currently on an educa-
tional leave attending
Columbia University in
New York, Arad immig-

Telephone
559-8844

,fink
MOSHE ARAD

rated to Israel from his na-
tive Romania in 1950. He
was educated at Hebrew
University in Jerusalem,
specializing in political sci-
ence, international rela-
tions and law.
Arad served in the Israel
Defense Forces from 1953 to
1956, attaining the rank of
captain. He was on active
duty in the 1956 Sinai
Campaign and the Six-Day
War. of 1967.
Arad's government
career began in 1962,
when he joined the Minis-
try for Foreign Affairs'
department of interna-
tional cooperation. Two
years later he was named
spokesman and director
of the office of the Minis-
try of Justice.
In 1968, Arad was ap-
pointed press counselor at
the Israel Embassy in Lon-
don. Posts held by Arad in
the United States include
depty consul general in
charge of political affairs for
the Consulate General of Is-
rael (New York City) and
minister-counselor in
charge of information at the
Israel Embassy (Washing-
ton, D.C.).
At the report meeting,
chairmen of Campaign di-
visions will present their
progress reports on Cam-
paign solicitation. The next
report meeting will be on
April 22 at. United Hebrew
Schools:featuring a tradi-
tional Passover breakfast.

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Neil A. Cooper, a national
vice president of the United
Jewish Appeal, will speak
to the Pharmacists and
Pharmaceutical Suppliers
Section of the Professional
Health Division at a dinner
meeting April 8 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. The
event begins with a cocktail
reception at 6:30 p.m.
Cooper, who resides in
metropolitan Boston, is a
former chairman of the UJA
Young Leadership Cabinet
and a recipient of Boston's
Young Leadership Award.
He is a member of the board
of directors and the execu-
tive committee of the
Jewish Federation of North
Shore, Mass.
A past chairman of Bos-
ton's Metropolitan Division
and Trades and Professions

Finance Section
Breakfast Sunday

NEW YORK — The
Council of Jewish Federa-
George M. Zeltzer, tions annual survey of fed-
president of the Jewish Wel- eration endowment de-
fare Federation, will discuss velopment has revealed
concerns of the 1981 Allied that 1979 was a year of
Jewish Campaign-Israel growth, bringing federation
Emergency Fund at a endowment holdings to a
gathering Sunday at the year-end total of $395.7 mil-
Jewish Community Center. lion. This total is after the
Hosted by the Finance Sec- distribution of endowment
tion of the Professional fund grants of more than
Service Division, the break- $150 million during the
fast meeting will begin at 10 past five years. In 1979, $43
, million in grants was dis-
a.m.
A Federation vice bursed.
president for five years be-
BIRMINGHAM
fore his elevation to the
presidency, Zeltzer is serv-
ing his third term as
president. He formerly was
president of the United He-
SOUTHFIELD
brew Schools, chairman of
the Midrasha College of
FARMINGTON HILLS
Jewish Studies and chair-
man of Federation's Culture
and Education budget and
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law degree at the Univer-
sity of Michigan and did his
undergraduate work at
Bowdoin College in
Brunswick, Maine.
Robert A. Shapiro and
Sonny Raichlen are chair-
man and co-chairman of the
Pharmacists and Phar-
maceutical Suppliers Sec-
tion. Associate chairmen
are Gerald L. Gerger, Ed-
ward S. Glick, Hadar
Granader, Mickey H. Kole
and David Zimmerman.

The United Jewish Ap-
peal University Division is
presenting Howard Simon
of the American Civil Liber-
ties Union (ACLU) at a UJA
fund raiser 6:45 p.m. Tues-
day at the United Hebrew
Schools. His topic will be
"The Moral Majority and Its
Anti-Semitic Ramifica-
tions." The evening will in-
clude a showing of the
award-winning foreign
film, "Lies My Father Told
Me." The public is invited.
Persons interested in
being volunteer workers at
the group's UJA telethon,
April 5 and 9 at the United
Hebrew Schools, should call
telethon co-chairmen Jill
Lublin or Carolyn Cutler at
Wayne State's Hillel Cen-
ter, 577-3459.
The UJA University Di-
vision is comprised of stu-
dents from Wayne State and
Oakland Universities and
Oakland Community Col-
lege.

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Nancy Hirsch and Marcia Parven. In the bottom
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