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December 25, 1981 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Bella Abzug to Address Women at Federation Institute

Former United States
Congresswoman Bella
Abzug of New York will be
the plenary and keynote
speaker at the 34th annual
day-long Institute of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division begin-
ning 9:30 a.m. Jan. 14 at the
main Jewish Community
Center.
Five workshops on issues
facing the Jewish commu-
nity will be held. The lead-
ers and topics are as follows:
everley Geltner, educator
d . lecturer,
the Moral
.
ajority; Richard Lobent-
hal, Michigan regional di-
rector of the Anti-
Defamation League, Arab
Influence; Mike Miller, host
14 of WXYZ-AM radio "Morn-

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ing Newstalk" show, Media;
Deena Pearlman, commu-
nity consultant for the
Anti-Defamation League,
Anti-Semitism; and Dean
William Haber, former eco-
nomics professor and ad-
viser to the president of the
University of Michigan, the
Shrinking Dollar.
A longtime activist in the
cause for women's rights,
Mrs. Abzug has been an at-
torney for more than 30
years and was a .member of
the U.S. Congress for six.
She was the first woman to
run for the U.S. Senate from
New York and for mayor of
New York City.
Born in the Bronx, Mrs.
Abzug earned a
bachelor's degree in
political science at
Hunter College. Iden-
tified since her youth
with Zionist causes, she
attended the Jewish
Theological Seminary
and was a Hebrew
teacher. She was
graduated from Colum-
bia University Law
School, where she was an
editor of the Law Review.
As a founder of the Na-
tional Women's Political
Caucus, Mrs. Abzug wrote
the first law banning dis-
crimination against women
in obtaining credit, loans
and mortgages, and fought
for Title IX Equal Opportu-
nity in Education Laws. She
also helped write and pass

EARLY
DEADLINES -
The Jewish News has

early deadlines for the
issue of Jan. 1. The
deadline for local news
and display advertising
is 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec.
24. Display classified
deadline is noon Mon-
day, Dec. 28. Regular
classified deadline is 2
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29.

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the Freedom of Information
and Privacy Acts and the
milestone "Government in
the Sunshine" Law, which
for the first time opened up
government agencies to
public scrutiny.
Renee Mahler is chair-
man of the 1982 institute
and Maurine Sillmah is
associate chairman. Also
providing assistance are
Melba Winer, division vice
president; Doris August,
adviser; Margie Krasnick
and Linda Soberman, invi-
tations and decorations;

Collegians
Plan Gathering

Rita Folbe and Marlene
Schwartz, hostesses; and
The Bnai Brith Hillel
Harriet Colman, reserva- Foundation at Wayne State
tions and clerical. Shelby University will have a to-
Tauber is president of bogganing party Sunday at
Women's Division.
Kensington Beach, meeting
The registration fee for at 2 p.m. at the Hillel House
the day, which includes to form carpools.
luncheon and valet parking,
The group will have a
is payable in advance to the video night 9 p.m. Wednes-
Federation office. Babysit- day at the Hillel House.
ting service can be arranged "Fame" and "Nine to Five"
by calling the Jewish Cen- will be shown. There is a
ter, 661-1000. For informa- charge.
tion, call the Federation
For details, call Sharon
Women's Division, 965- Leopold, 535-2953.
3939.

JNF Women Realize $80,000
at Donor Tea Fund Raiser

More than $80,000 was
raised at the 52nd annual
donor tea of the Women of
Jewish National Fund, an-
nounced President Shirley
Kraft and Betty Silverman,
fund-raising chairman.
The funds will be used as
the first installment on the
$250,000 goal the women
have set to be reached dur-
ing their three-year drive to
help restore the land and
trees destroyed in Kiryat
Shmona by PLO rocket at-
tacks.
Rose Goldman, national
JNF associate treasurer,
talked about current JNF
concerns. She said:
"JNF must make the
desert a home for many of
our people who will be
uprooted from their
homes in the Sinai when

Clubs

GOLDA MEIR CHAP-
TER, Pioneer Women, will
hold a Hanuka luncheon
noon Monday in the Kristen
Towers, 25900 Greenfield,
Oak Park. Program Chair-
man Mrs. Israel Weisman
has arranged a musical pro-
gram. There will be latkes
and.other- i •itutpqtts.
wirt
Proi.411-

guest

it is returned to Egypt in
April of next year. The
fund must, within the
next few months, trans-
form and develop the
sands of the Negev desert
into land, so that new set-
tlements can be prepared
for them."
She also warned that the
Galilee must be made into a
Jewish stronghold to pre-
vent the two thirds Arab
majority in that vitally im-
portant area from penetrat-
ing and occupying Jewish
land.
Doris Markel was the
program chairman. Goldie
Adler gave the invocation,
and Bess Axelrod led in
singing the national an-
thems, accompanied by Viv-
ian Stollman.

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Judy Phillips invites the
public to attend the
women's annual institute
day 10 a.m. Jan. 11 in the
synagogue. The morning
session will begin with a
presentation by Prof. Ar-
mand Lauffer who will de-
liver an illustrated talk on
"The Neighborhoods of
Jerusalem." Luncheon will
be served and the afternoon
program will feature Rabbi
Milton Arm, who will speak
on "Expressions, Reflec-
tions and Intonations of
Jewish Humor" and Louis
Barden, on "Jewish Humor
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Advance paid reserva-
tions are due by Jan. 6.
Checks should be sent to
Marcia Harris, 29445
Ashley Ct., Southfield. For
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Rosenbaum, 357-0575.

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