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February 26, 1982 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-02-26

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Dayan's Daughter io Speak Here for"Allied Jewrsh Caiiipaign

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Israeli novelist Yael
Dayan, daughter of the late
General Moshe Dayan, will
be the guest speaker at a
gathering sponsored by
Hatikvah Section of the
1982 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund Women's Division.
Open to Campaign con-
tributors of $100 or more
through Women's Di-
vision, the meeting is 12:30
p.m. March 8 at the Bloom-
field Hills home of Linda
Goldman. Dessert and cof-
will be served.
/born in Nahalal, a village
near Haifa, Miss Dayan is a
graduate of Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem. She is
the author of numerous
best-selling novers, includ-
ing "New Faces in the Mir-
ror," "Envy the
Frightened," and "Dust"
and "Death Had Two Sons."
Miss Dayan • has
traveled extensively in
Europe, South America,

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Asia and the United
States, and has worked
as a journalist for the
Jewish press and the
British Broadcasting
Corp.
She is married to Gen.
Dov. Sion, whom she met on
the front lines during the
Six-Day War, and is the
mother of two children. She
continues to serve in the Is-
rael Army Reserves.
The Hatikvah Section is
led by Susan Citrin, chair-
man, and Roberta Blitz,
associate chairman. Shelby
Tauber is president of
Women's. Division, and
Jane Sherman is the di-
vision's Campaign chair-
man.

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YAEL DAYAN

tee member of AIPAC
(American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee), at its an-
nual Campaign kickoff
meeting. The event, includ-
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ing continental breakfast,
will be 9:45 a.m. March 7 in
Metropolitan Div.
the United Hebrew Schools'
Breakfast March 7
board room.
Metropolitan Division of.
Edward Gordon is chair-
the AJC-IEF will present
guest speaker Janet man of the Metropolitan
Aronoff, executive commit- Division. Jeffrey Kravitz is
associate chairman.
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Junior Division
Men's Reception

Shown in the top photograph at a Feb. 16 dinner
event for the Allied Jewish Campaign are, from left,
Earl Grant, speaker Gen. Jacoub Katz and Norman
Wachler. In the bottom photograph, at the physicians'
event Feb. 17 at, from left, Drs. Michael Weingarden,
Mark Diem, Richard Krugel and Martin Hart, speaker
Prof. Allen Pollack and Dr. Marvin Siegel.

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volunteers are invited to
Col. Mush Noy, in serv-
attend a luncheon and brief- ice with Israel's defense •
ing party hosted by forces for 29 years, also
Phonogift day chairmen will address the gather-
noon March 11 at the ing. He holds Israel's
United Hebrew Schools. highest citation for brav-
From March 14-21, ery during the Yom Kip-
Phonogift volunteers will be pur War.
calling women in the met-
Sharon Hart is chairman
ropolitan area for their and Marcia Parven, associ-
pledges to the 1982 Allied ate chairman, of Phonogift.
Jewish Campaign - Israel Bevery Leuchter and Reva
Emergency Fund.
Rosen are day directors, and
The Phonogift rally will Janice Schwartz is adviser.
feature a presentation
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entitled "Homecoming" by
For
information
on any
Israeli actress Aviva
Allied
Jewish
Campaign
Marks. Combining excerpts
from Jewish literature with event, call the Jewish Wel-
slides and music, it is the fare Federation, 965-3939.
personal account of Ms.
Marks' own homecoming to
Israel, first as a young girl
and later as an adult during
the Six-Day War. A
graduate of the Royal
Academy of Dramatic Art in
her native London, Ms.
Marks has been a member
of Israel's National Theater
and tours the country with
her one-woman shows.

Junior Division will hold
its men's pre-Campaign
cocktail reception, with
speaker David Greene, 7
p.m. Sunday at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek.
The event is open to
young men contributing
$75 or more to the 1982 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund
through Junior Division.
Greene, chairman-
designate of the United
Jewish Appeal National
Young Leadership Cabinet,
serves on the board of trus-
tees of the Greater Wash-
ington Jewish Community
Foundation. He is chairman
of leadership development
and education for the UJA
in Washington, and has led
numerous missions to Is-
rael.
James A. Safran and
Kenneth M. Korotkin are
chairmen for the men's
pre-Campaign section, and
,- Bruce Gershenson is the di-
vision s Campaign coor-
dinator. James Deutchman
is president of Junior Di-
vision.

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-for Jabotinsky
Group's Activity

Tickets are still available
for the Jabotinsky Society of
Herut's pre-Purim musical
program and party 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the Jiinmy
Prentis Morris Branch of
the Jewish Community
Center.
The musical program will
feature Louise Lazarus,
lyric soprano; Zelda Keil is
the accompanist. Israeli
singer Erit Gill also will
entertain.
Dinner will be served,
and there is a charge. For
tickets, call Simon Cieck,
548-3073; or Sam Horning,
557-1847.

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