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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

36 Friday, March 5, 1982

Women's Phonogift, Section Events Mark AJC-IEF

A luncheon and briefing
party is planned for volun-
teers who will be working at
the Phonogift telethon of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Women's Division.
Featuring Israeli actress
Aviva Marks and Col.
Alush Noy, the event is
noon Thursday at the
United Hebrew Schools.
Phonogift, under Chair-
man Sharon Hart and Asso-
ciate Chairman Marcia
Parven, is the Women's Di-
vision annual pledge drive
for the Allied Jewish

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Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency - Fund. Between
March 14 and 21, thousands
of women in the metropoli-
tan Detroit area will be
called by the Phonogift vol-
unteers for the 1982 Cam-
paign.
Ms. Marks, an actress
with Israel's National The-
ater, will present her
show,
multi-media _
"Homecoming." The pre-
combining
sentation,
music, slides and excerpts
from Jewish literature, is
her personal account of com-

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ing to Israel as a child and
later during the Six-Day
War as an adult. At the
same time, the show tells of
Israel's own "homecomings"
in a panorama of people and
places.
Discussing the current
situation in Israel will be
Col. Noy, a 29-year vete-
ran of Israel's defense
forces. He received the
state's highest citation
for demonstrating sup-
reme bravery as a com-
mander during the Yom
Kippur War.
Beverly Leuchter and
Reva Rosen are day direc-
tors of Phonogift, and
Janice Schwartz is adviser.
Committee chairmen in-
clude Terran Leemis, coor-
dinator; Miriam Mondry
and Pam Opperer, briefing;
Kim Dickstein and Julie
Gurwin, clerical; Tillie
and Pola
Brandwine
Friedman, special han-
dling; Harriet Rich, motor
corps; Fran Gold, task force;
and Judy Naftaly and Mari-
lyn Sachs, spring Phonogift.

the
Hostesses
for
Phonogift luncheon are the
following day chairmen and
secretary advisers: Ellen
Bean, Cherie Chosid, Cora
Federman, Linda Garfield,
Ethel Goldenberg, Janet
Gumenik, Susan Harold,
Dorothy Kaufman, Evelyn
Levine, Emily Lichtenstein,
Esther Liwazer, Sally
Mayer, Thelma Milgrom,
Esther Mintz, Rose Mutch-
nick, Sherri Najman, Nancy
Raimi, Arline Rein, Myra
Selesny, Bluma Siegal,
Maureen Shapiro, Jeanette
Solway, Reva Talon and
Sandee Wittenberg.

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II - Roger Moore as James Bond
"FOR YOUR EYES ONLY" (PG)
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Burt Reynolds is
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Fri. & Sat. 7:15, 9:40
Sun. 5, 7:15 & 9:30
Mon.-Thurs. 7:15 & 9:30

Dentists to Hear
Exodus Leader

REV. JOHN GRAUEL

The speakers will discuss
local and overseas needs
being met through contri-
butions to the Campaign.
August is chairman of the
Community Services
budgeting and planning di-
vision of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, and is a
member of the board of the
Jewish Vocational Service.
Mrs. Ross, a member of
the Federation Women's
Division, recently returned
from Israel. She also will
report on the neighborhood
of Bilu in Ramla, which is
being revitalized in
partnership with Detroit's
participation in the Project
Renewal program.
Drs. Oscar C. Ross and
Edward F. Stein are chair-
men of the Optometrists
and Opticians Section.
* * *

The Dentists Section of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Professional Health
Division will present the
Rev. John Stanley Grauel, a
Zionist and leader of the
Hatikvah Section
refugee ship Exodus, at a
Meeting Monday
dinner March 16 at Cong.
Hatikvah
Section of the
Shaarey Zedek. The eve-
Women's Division will pre-
ning, beginning with
sent Israeli novelist Yael
cocktail reception, is being
Dayan at a gathering 12:30
hosted by the division and
p.m. Monday at the Bloom-
Alpha Omega dental
field Hills home of Linda
fraternity.
Goldman.
Rev. Grauel is the reci-
The meeting, including
pient of many awards.
dessert and coffee, is open to
These include the Fighter
contributors of $100 or more
for Israel Medal, with two
through
the Women's Di-
combat ribbons; Humanity
vision.
Medal, shared with Pope
Daughter of the late Gen-
Paul; Victory Medal and
eral Moshe Dayan, the
Medal of Jerusalem as a
founder of the state; Bnai guest speaker is the author
of numerous best-selling
Brith Humanitarian
Award, and additional hon- novels and has worked as a
ors from Hadassah, the Na- journalist for the Jewish
tional Council of Jewish press and the British
Women and other Jewish Broadcasting Corp.
Susan Citrin is chairman
organizations.
of
Hatikvah Section. Other
The Dentists Section is
section officers are Roberta
chaired by Drs. Jason A.
Goode, .John David Marx Blitz, associate chairman;
Sharon Taylor, briefing
and Richard D. Williams.
Drs. Joseph M. Jacobson chairman; Dorene Finer,
and Marvin D. Siegel are Harriet Jacobson, Ruth
Kahn, Marion Kantor,
the division chairmen.
Gerri Lester, Sandra
* * *
Nathanson, Barbara Saf-
Optometrists,
ran, Elizabeth Tam, Bar-
Opticians Brunch
bara Weber, Rissa R. Win-
James M. August and , kelman, Barbara Zack and
Florine Mark Ross will be Carol Zamler, vice chair-
the guest speakers at the men.
annual Campaign brunch of
* * *
the Optometrists and Opti-
Metropolitan
cians Section, Professional
Kickoff Set
Health Division 9:30 a.m.
Janet Aronoff, executive
March 14 at Knollwood
committee member of
Country Club.

,

.

Holocaust Institute Appoints
Marcia Linen Its Director


PHILADELPHIA
Marcia Sachs Littell has
been appointed executive
director of the National In-
stitute on the Holocaust, an
interfaith Holocaust educa-
tion agency based in
Philadelphia.
The appointment is the
latest step in a reorganiza-
tion of the institute's board
that began last fall with Dr.
Rufus Cornelson succeeding
Dr. Franklin Littell as
chairman.
Dr. Littell, whose column
appears regularly in the
Jewish News, is Mrs. Lit-
tell's husband.
Mrs. Littell earned BA
and MA degrees from
Temple University and is
currently a doctoral can-
didate in social studies

education. Her disserta-
tion is a study of six
selected high school pro-
grams in teaching the
Holocaust.
The Littells were among
the founders of the insti-
tute, which develops study
material concerning the
Holocaust for high schools
and colleges throughout the
country.

Military Aid

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Anti-Defamation
The
League of Bnai Brith has
urged the Administration
and Congress to increase
military aid to Israel by
$300 million by a grant in
fiscal 1983 to counteract a
massive Arab arms buildup.

AIPAC (American Israel
Public Affairs Committee),
will be the guest speaker at
the annual Campaign kic-
koff meeting of the ,Met-
ropolitan Division 9:45 a.m.
Sunday at the United He-
brew School's board room.
Continental breakfast will
be served.
Mrs. Aronoff serves on
the Federation National
and Community Relations
Agencies budgeting and
planning division and is a
longtime member of the
Federation Women's Di-
vision. She has worked for
many years On behalf of
AIPAC, the Washington-
based political lobbying
group representing Ameri-
can Jewish interests in Is-
rael to members of the cur-
rent Administration and
the U.S. Congress.
Edward Gordon and Jef-
frey Kravitz are chairman
and associate chairman, re-
spectively, of Metropolitan
Division. Other division
chairmen are David Leben-
boin, treasury gifts; Ronald
Karp, special gifts; and Ar-
thur Goldberg and William
Q. Graham, telethon.
Board members include
Theodore Frazis, Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith
Council; Henry K. Faigin,
Labor Zionist Alliance
Council; Morris Elken and
David Goodstein, Jewish
War Veterans; Rabbi Ber-
nard Moskowitz, United
Hebrew Schools; Peter Stef-
fen and William Sorokin,
Rose Sherer Socialites.
Also, Herman
Strassburger, Beth Ab-
raham Hillel Moses Men's
Club; Raymond G. Hassen,
Metropolitan Detroit Bnai
Brith Bowling Association;
Jack Bressler, Jewish
Community Center
Businessmen's Club; Betty
Schein, Sholem Aleichem
Institute; Herman Ozrovitz,
Beth Shalom Men's Club;
and Eileen Israel, Work-
men's Circle.
Board members at large
are Rabbi James I. Gordon,
Greenbaum,
Jerome
Greenberg,
William
Samuel Gross, David
Levine, Garl R. Lichtens-
tein, Alan Nathan, John
Nemon, Helen Ring and
Isadore Shrodeck.
* * *
Detroiters
70

Will Hear Bush

Vice President George
Bush will address the
United Jewish Appe
Young Leadership Confe_
ence in Washington, March
14-16.
Participants will also
hear from a number of Sen-
ators, including Michigan's
Carl Levin, and from Israeli
Ambassador Moshe Arens,
Reservations are still
available for Detroiters to
attend the conference. For
information, call Sandy
Feuer at the Jewish Welfare
Federation, 965-3939; or
Jan Hauser, 647-4543.
* * *
For information on Al-
lied Jewish Campaign
events, call the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-
3939.

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