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December 11, 1981 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-11

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22 Friday, December 11, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Campaign Names Special Gifts Team

"ONLY SALE"

ONLY 15.50 FOR A PERM . •
ONLY $6.50 FOR A TINT .. .
ONLY $ 11.50 FOR A BLEACH
ONLY $ 5.50 FOR A HAIRCUT .
ONLY $ 5.50 FOR A SET .. .
ONLY $6.50 FOR A HAIRBLOW
ONLY FIRST TIME CUSTOMERS .. .
ONLY ON TUES. THRU SAT.
ONLY THRU DECEMBER 31, 1981

ONLY AT

PAVILION SALON

LOCATED AT HAMILTON PLACE

842-3410

SAVE

HORIZONTALS

60%*
VWEOljE IC ■ J A VVS 0 D S
with ad
d

SAVE

wa i

50%*
with ad

1" & 2" Wood

Horizontals

STOREWIDE 30-50%* Savings

including

with ad

Kirsch

Verasol

Woven Woods

25%Off
WALLPAPER
no freight

including
Marimekko -
Schumacher - Van Luit -
Whimsical Walls -
Strings - Grasscloth - over 400 books

w At Greene's

Visit Our Showrooms

Phone estimates gladly given

OLD ORCHARD
Shopping Center
626-2400

WINDOW SHADE CO.

Open Mon. thru Fri.
10 to 5
Sat. 9 to 3
15150 W. 7 Mi. Rd.
342.8822
Open Mon. thru Fri.
8:30 to 5
Sat. 9 to 3

*must have ad for discounts — measure & install at additional
cost — freight charges on certain designer items & woven
woods 83" & wider — previous orders excluded — offer expires
12-18-81

Jay M. Kogan and Joel. D.
Tauber, general chairmen
of the 1982 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund, have an-
nounced the appointment of
chairmen to the Special
Gifts subcommittee of the
Campaign Management
Committee.
Beginning this year,
Campaign leadership has
been divided into two
categories: Major Gifts and
the Campaign Management
Committee, each having its
own subcommittees.
Milton Barnett and
Joseph H. Orley are co-
chairmen of Special Gifts.
The vice chairmen are Les-
ter S. Burton, Marvin I.
Danto, Donald Fox, Sidney
Freedland, Dr. Milton H.
Goldrath and Charles
Snider.
a
pre-
Barnett,
Campaign chairman dur-
ing the 1981 Campaign,
also has served as a pre-
Campaign vice chairman
and associate chairman.
A former chairman of the
Real Estate and Building
Trades Division, he is a
member of the Detroit
Service Group and serves
on the board of the
Jewish Community
Center.
Orley was a pre-
Campaign chairman in
1981 and a pre-Campaign
vice chairman in 1978 and
1979. He has chaired the
Industrial and Automotive
Division and is a former
member of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation's Collection
Review Committee. Orley
belongs to the Detroit Ser-
vice Group.
Burton, a 1981 pre-
Campaign associate chair-
man, was chairman of the
Real Estate and Building
Trades Division 1978-1980.
He is chairman of the
Tamarack Hills Authority,
and serves on the Federa-
tion Board of Governors and
the board of the Jewish
Home for Aged. A member
of Detroit Service Group,
Burton is on the real estate
subcommittee of the United
Jewish Charities' Finance
Committee.
Danto was a pre-
Campaign associate chair-
man in 1981, 1978 and
1977 and a pre-Campaign
vice chairman in 1976. He
was associate chairman of
Federation's Collection Re-
view Committee in 1981
and a member of the
Nominating Committee. A
former chairman of the
Mercantile Division, he is
on the boards of the Detroit
Service Group and Jewish
Vocational Service.
Fox, a Professional
Health Division chair-
man during the last three
Campaigns, has been ac-
five for many years in the
Pharmacists Section of
the division. He belongs
to Federation's Culture
and Education budgeting
and planning division.
Freedland served three
years as chairman of the
Mercantile Division. He is a
member of the boards of the
Jewish Vocational Service

DANTO

BURTON

BARNETT

FREEDLAND

and the Jewish Community
Center. He also is on Feder-
ation's Collection Review
Committee.
Dr. .Goldrath was a pre-
Campaign vice chairman in
1981 and several years pre-
viously. He is a past chair-
man of the Professional
Health Division and has
been a member of the boards
of Federation and the Un-
ited Hebrew Schools. He be-
longs to the Detroit Service
Group.
Snider, a pre-Campaign
vice chairman during the
last four years, also chaired
the Real Estate and Build-
ing Trade Division. He is a
member of Federation's
Collection Review Com-
mittee. As a member of Fed-
eration's Capital Needs
Committee, he serves as its
liaison with Jewish Federa-
tion Apartments. He is a
board member of the Jewish
Vocational Service and the
Jewish Family Service, also
serving as a JFS vice presi-
dent.

Women's Meeting
Set for Wednesday

Contributors of $600 or
more to the Allied Jewish
Campaign Israel
Emergency Fund through
Women's Division will have
the opportunity to hear
Prof. Allen Pollack at a
luncheon meeting arranged
by the division's Pre-
Campaign section.
The event will take place
11 a.m. Wednesday at the
Standard Club North.
A specialist in Russian
history and the role of the
Jews in the revolutionary
movement, Prof. Pollack
has taught at Brooklyn
University, the University
of Pittsburgh and Yeshiva
University. He helped to es-
tablish the American Pro-
fessors for Peace in the Mid-
dle East, with a member-
ship of 15,000 on some 500
campuses.
Prof. Pollack is a
member of the board of
governors of the Jewish
Agency, the board of di-

GOLDRATH

SNIDER

rael Emergency Fund. The
event takes place 9:30 a.m2
Sunday at the Standard
Club North.
Topics and speakers for
the education meeting are:
current Jewish concerns,
Charles Tobias; tzedaka,
the Jewish view of charity.
Rabbi Irwin Groner; the
Jewish Welfare Federation
and local needs, Dr. Conrad
L. Giles; Israel and the role
of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, Jane Sherman; the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign, Joel
D. Tauber; and the bottom
line," Robert H. Naftaly.
Drs. Marvin D. Siegel_
and Joseph M. Jacobson
are chairmen of the Pro-
fessional Health Divi-
sion. Serving on the
planning committee for
the study breakfast are
Drs. Mark Diem, Sidney
H. Goldman, Steven D.
Grant, Martin Hart,
Richard Krugel, Gerald
Uzansky and Michael
Weingarden.
* * *
The education program is
Doctors Invited
designed for young medical
to Study Session
and osteopathic physicians
Six community leaders who have been in practice
will discuss topics related to for relatively few years
the issue of Jewish survival within the community.
For information, contact
at a study breakfast spon-
sored by the Professional division director Allan Gel-
Health Division of the Al- fond at the Federation of-
lied Jewish Campaign - Is- five, 965-3939.

rectors of the United Is-
rael Appeal and the
executive of the World
Zionist Organization. He
also belongs to the
American Zionist Feder-
ation Executive and is
former chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal
Young Leadership
Cabinet.
Edie Mittenthal is chair-
man of the division's Pre-
Campaign $600 meeting.
Her committee consists of
Sally Krugel, associate
chairman; Marjorie Ansell,
briefing chairman; and
Ellen Bean, Celia Cicurel,
Marilyn Goldberg, Jill
Grundland, Barbara
Mayer, Joy Nachman, Susie
Pappas, Beverly Peterman,
Lois Shaevsky and Jessie
Stern, vice chairmen.
Shelby Tauber is presi-
dent of Women's Division.
Campaign chairman is Jane
Sherman and Marlene
Borman is associate chair-
man.

* * *

Super Sunday Leaders Named

The appointment of nine
chairmen to assist with the
Jan. 17 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Super Sunday tele-
phone appeal has been an-
nounced by Super Sunday
chairmen Sol Cicurel and
Janice Schwartz.
They are: Sally Mayer
and Benjamin F. Rosenthal,
volunteer recruitment;
Morton Zieve, public rela-
tions; Linda Lee and Sally
Krugel, worker training;
Florine Mark Ross, celeb-
rity committee; Sherri
Terebelo Schiff, education;
and Harriet Colman and
Harriet Dunsky, clerical. In
addition, Marcy Feldman, a
member of the United
Jewish Appeal Young Wo-

men's Leadership Cabinet,
will be an adviser for the -
Super Sunday activities
taking place locally a''
st
other cities in the
Central Region.
Super Sunday is a
nationwide effort, underta-
ken by hundreds of Ameri-
can communities, to raise
funds for local federation
agencies and beneficiaries .
in Israel and around the-
world.

For information on Super
Sunday, contact Leonard
Milstone at the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939
Volunteers still are being
sought to work at the event
on Jan. 17.

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