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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-10-08

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8 Friday, October 8, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroiters Among 1,200 on UJA Mission to Europe Israel

A contingent of 35 De-
troiters will participate in a
show of unity next week
with Jews from throughout
the U.S. and Israel as 1,200
Americans convene for a
leadership gathering in Is-
rael on Monday.
Sponsored by the national
United Jewish Appeal, the
mission is coordinated loc-
ally by the Jewish Welfare
Federation. Dr. Richard
Krugel heads Federation's
missions committee.
Prior to the gathering in
Israel, each local group is
visiting a European Jewish
community. .The Detroit
mission departed Tuesday
for a pre-gathering in
Prague, Czechoslovakia. As
a „statement of solidarity
with the remnant commu-
nity there, mission mem-
bers are meeting with local
Jewish leaders and will par-
ticipate in a special Simhat
Torah celebration.
Led by . Detroiters
Lawrence S. Jackier and
Jane Sherman, the group
will tour the Prague
Jewish Museum and the
site of. Theresienstadt
concentration camp.
They will -attend Shabat
services at Altneu Shul,
Europe's oldest syna-
gogue. _
On Monday, the 1,200
mission members will be
welcomed by Israel
President Yitzhak Navon.
Led by, local Campaign
Chairman Joel D. Tauber,
the participants will visit
Israeli homes and travel to
Detroit's Project Renewal
sister city of Ramla. During
a march through
Jerusalem, Detroiters will
join with residents of the
twinned city as they carry a
banner in Hebrew and
English problaiming:
"Detroit-Ramla: One Fam-
ily."
Other mission highlights
will include dialogues with
Israeli government officials
and special programming
on many facets of Israeli
life. The mission is
scheduled to return Oct. 15.

**

Health Units
to Hear Amitai

above through the division
are invited.
Amitai, a native Israeli,
has traveled extensively
and studied Jewish com-
munal life in many coun-
tries. He is an ardent
spokesman for Israel and an
authority on current events
in the Middle East.
* * *

11 Service Units
to Hear Levin

The Professional Service
Division will feature U.S.
Senator Carl Levin at its
Tuesday fund-raising
gathering at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
The 7:45 p.m. meeting
will combine the division's
11 sections. Campaign con-
tributors of $250 and above
through the division, and
their spouses, are invited.
A graduate of Swar-
thmore College and Har-
vard Law School, Carl
Levin was elected to the
U.S. Senate from Michigan
in 1978. He has been an ar-
ticulate supporter of Israel
and, as a member of the Se-
nate Armed Services
Committee, was a leader of
opposition to the Congres-
sional passa e of the $8.5

SENATOR LEVIN

billion arms package to
Saudi Arabia this year.
Senator Levin is a former
Detroit city councilman
and also served as special
assistant attorney general
for Michigan and Detroit's
appellate defender. He has
played an active role in the
local Jewish community
and is a board member of
Cong. T'chiyah and an hon-
orary member of the
Regional Advisory Council
of the Bnai B'rith Anti-
Defamatioii League.
* * *

David
Schoenbrun,
broadcast journalist and
author, will speak to several
hundred women at a com-
munity fund-raising rally
sponsored by the Women's
Division on Wednesday at
the main Jewish Commu-
nity Center.
The 9:30 a.m. gathering
will begin with a light
breakfast and is open to
women who wish to make
their 1983 Campaign
pledge. The rally will help
launch the Women's Di-
vision Phonogift telephone
appeal Oct. 17-19.
Phonogift is expected to
reach 6,000 women as a
major part of the division's
over-all fund-raising effort.
Schoenbrun began his
career as a free-lance writer
in foreign affairs. During

.

ISRAEL AMITAI

World War II he was a com-
bat correspondent in the in-
vasion of France, which
earned him awards from the
French government. He
joined CBS News following
the war and reported from
Jerusalem on the birth of
the state of Israel.
After serving as chief
correspondent for CBS
and covering the Ken-
nedy years, Schoenbrun
became a free-lance
broadcaster and - author.
He' has written several
books, including "The
New Israelis," which is
about the generation of
Jews born in Israel since
the creation of the state.

,

* * *

Women's Division
Rally Wednesday

Israel Amitai, Israeli lec-
turer and journalist, will
address the Professional
Health Division of the 1983
Allied Jewish Campaign
and Israel Emergency Fund
at 7:45 p.m. Monday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
The meeting and recep-
tion will bring together
members of seven sections
and their spouses for the
division-wide fund-raiser.
Contributors of $1,000 and

DAVID SCHOENBRUN

The critical nature of this
year's Allied 'Jewish Cam-
paign and Israel Emergency
Fund has made worker
training a top priority of
Campaign leadership, said
Michael Feldman, co-
chairman with Ruth Broder
of the Worker Training
Committee for the AJC-
IEF.
He said there has been a
growing emphasis on the
importance of properly
training each Campaign
solicitor in light of the in-
creased share of funds De-
troit and other American
cities are committed to rais-
ing in 1983.
A lot is at stake. The
money is needed to support
the work of many be-
neficiaries offering vital so-
cial services both in Israel
and at home. With the bur-
den on the Israeli economy
for defense, and the de-
pressed employment pic,
ture in Detroit and other
cities, there is a special re-
sponsibility for the United
Jewish Appeal campaigns
nationwide to be successful
in this particular year,
Feldman noted.
Detroit has adopted An
accelerated, two-line
Campaign. This means
that solicitation already
is under way for the 1983
Allied Jewish Campaign
while at the same time,
for only the third time in
communal history, an
appeal for immediate
cash (payable by March
15) is sought for the Israel
Emergency Fund.
The facts behind this
year's -appeal were pre-
sented at a major workers'
rally and training session
Sept. 12 at the Jewish
Community Center. Or-
ganized by the Worker
Training Committee, the
event attracted nearly 200

Fund on Oct. 21, at the•ir-
Campaign solicitors.
Feldman said the purpose mingham home of Marlene
behind this training — and Borman.
Professional women
a follow-up session on Sept.
23 — was to mobilize the who contribute $100 and
volunteers for the early over to the '83 Campaign
Campaign and to prepare are invited to attend the 6
them for the kinds of tough p.m. dinner meeting. The
questions they might speaker will be
encounter as solicitors in Holocaust scholar Dr.
Carol Rittner, who is an
the Jewish community.
A set of discussion administrator and ad-
guidelines for briefers posed junct professor at Mercy
these issues to the volun- College of Detroit.
Career Women has of-
teers, and led to an open ex-
change of ideas and opin- fered educational and social
ions on topics ranging from activities during the past
Israel's Peace for Galilee few years to working
operation in Lebanon to the women who wish to main-
tain an active role in the
state of Detroit's economy.
"When people feel they Jewish community.
Career Women chairman
can participate (in discuss-
ing these issues), it per- is Malka Gordon and asso-
sonalizes their approach to ciate chairman is Cecille
the Campaign and makes Raichlen. Jeanette Tilchin
them better solicitors," said is adviser.
Marcy Feldman serves as
Feldman.
Mrs. Broder said that the Women's Division's
the participants were Campaign liaison; Edie
fully trained in the prin- Mittenthal is associate
ciples of face-to-face sol- liaison. The Career Women
icitation and were asked Campaign committee in-
to make their 1983 gifts to ' cludes: Arda Barenholtz,
the Campaign and Israel Bobbie Blitz, Gayle Burs-
Emergency Fund. She tein, Fayga Dombey,
also noted the enthusias- Joanne Feldman, Dorene
tic response of volun- Finer, Marlene Handler,
Karen Keidan, Carol Klau,
teers.
-
Linda Klein, Sandy Levine,
A training session for Sol- Sally Levy, Judy Naftaly,
idarity Sunday briefers is Donna Pearlman, Lillian
set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19 at Reinheimer, Barbara Saf-
United Hebrew Schools. ran, Janice Shatzman,
Under the direction of Maurine Sillmand nad
Linda Lee and Feldman, the ' Bonnie Torgow.
emphasis will be on teach-
* * *
ing telephone Solicitation
For
reservations
or in-
techniques and presenting
formation
about-
any
Cam-
background on Campaign.
Solidarity Sunday • on Oct. paign event, call the Jewish
24 is the major Welfare Federation, 965-
community-wide fund- 3939.
* * *
raiser for the AJC-IEF. It
will originate at the United
Federation Will
Hebrew Schools.
Cite Slomovitz
Feldman said the briefers
Philip Slomovitz, editor
will be available to train and publisher of The Jewish
additional volunteer sol- , News for the past 40 years,
icitors upon request of the will receive the Jewish Wel-_
various Campaign di- fare Federation's Fred M.
visions.
Butzel Memorial Award
"What's important is that next week.
the expertise of the trained
The award presentation
workers be utilized. The will take place at Federa-
people who have already tion's 56th annual meeting,
been prepared will play an 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at Adat
integral part'-' in Detroit Shalom Synagogue. The
reaching its goals for the agenda includes an election
1983 Allied Jewish Cam- of nine members-at-large to
paign - Israel Emergency the Board of 'Governors.
Fund, he said.
There is a charge for the re-
* * *
ception following.
Reservations for the an-
Theodore Bikel
nual meeting and reception
to Speak
Theodore Bikel, veteran may be made by calling the
actor and senior vice Federation office, 965-3939.
* * *
president of the American
Jewish Congress, will ad-
Regional UJA
dress guests at a meeting
Meeting Oct. 29-31
hosted by the four trades
Detroiters will play a
and industries divisions on major role in the United
Oct. 21.
Jewish Appeal's East Cen-
The event, open to con- tral Regional Leadership
tributors of $1,000 or more Conference Oct. 29-31 in
to the Campaign, is 7:45 Columbus, Ohio. UJA
p.m. at Adat Shalom regional chairman and na-
Synagogue. Cocktails and a tional vice chairman Lawr-
reception will be part of the ence S. Jackier of Detroit
evening.
will head the conference.
* * *
Sessions will be held on
The Career Women sec- events in the Middle East,
tion of the Jewish Welfare the relationship of the
Federation Women's Di- media to the U.S. and Israel,
vision is expanding its serv- local Campaigns, and
ice to the community in Women's .Division and
hosting its initial fund- Young Leadership pro-
raising meeting on behalf of grams.
the Allied Jewish Cam-
Among the speakers will
paign and Israel Emergency be U.S. Senator Carl Levin,

Jerusalem Post correspon-
dent Wolf Blitzer, Israeli
Minister Plenipotentiary
Benjamin Netanyahu and
UJA National Chairman
Robert Loup. Jane Sher-
man, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division and na-
tional UJA chairman for
Project Renewal, also will
be featured.
A number of spe-
cialized workshops will
be held covering various
aspects of Campaign
programming, leader-
ship development, mis-
sions to Israel and the al-
locations process. De-
troiter Sonny Raichlen
will be among the work-
shop leaders. Also , par-
ticipating will be Marcy
Feldman, regional
chairman of the UJA
Young Women's Leader-
ship Cabinet.
The East Central region
includes Michigan, Indiana,
Kentucky and Ohio. Mem-
bers of the Michigan Lead-
ership Cabinet are Peter Al-
ter, Herbert Amster, Anita
Baron, Ruth K. Broder,
Marcy Feldman, Dr. Leon
Fill, Stanley D. Frankel, Dr.
Conrad L. Giles, Richard A.
Grande, Dr. Martin N.
Hart, Mark R. Hauser,
Richard F. Kaufman, S.
Jack Keller, Stephen M.
Klein, Thomas I. Klein, Dr.
Richard Krugel, Linda Lee,
Michael R. Levine and
Michael W. Maddin.
Also in the Michigan
Cabinet are Murray E.
Moss, Allan Nachman,
Robert H. Naftaly, Sonny
Raichlen, Norman Roten-
berg, Jane Sherman, Jack
Steindler, Phillip Stollman,
Joel D. Tauber and Barry D.
Yaker.

Syrian Missile
Launcher Hit
After Ambush

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israeli aircraft destroyed a
Syrian SAM-9 anti-aircraft
missile launcher in Leba-
non Monday. A military
spokesman said the attack
was at Deir el-Beida, east of
Beirut and just north of the
Beirdt-Damascus highway.
But government sources
insisted it was not in retal-
iation for the ambush in the
same vicinity Sunday in
which six Israeli soldiers
were killed and 22
wounded.
The sources said the mis-
sile launcher was knocked
out, in the context of stand-
ing policy to destroy such
weapons whenever the Sy-
rians introduce them into
Lebanon in contravention of
agreements.
They warned, however,
that Israel would not
pass over the ambush "in
silence. Israel would re-
spond to the "one-sided
breach of the cease-fire"
at a time and place of its
choice, the sources said.
In Washington, the State
Department deplored both
the attack on the Israeli
military bus in Lebanon
Sunday and Israel's appar-
ent retaliation Monday.

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