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March 11, 1983 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Phonogift, Meetings to Boost Campaign

The Women's Division of chairman is Susie Pappas.
the Jewish Welfare Federa- Linda Lee is briefing
tion will hold its third major chairman, and Susie Citrin
telethon of the current and Ellen Labes are associ-
Campaign season during ate chairmen.
* * *
Spring Phonogift, Monday
through Wednesday at the
Campaign Report
United Hebrew Schools.
-Meeting March 20
Volunteers will be solicit-
In recognition of the work
ing pledges from women they are doing for the 1983
whose 1982 Allied Jewish Allied Jewish Campaign
Campaign gifts were under and Israel Emergency
$100, as well as new pros- Fund, volunteers are being
Laminated Tables
pects. Phonogift chairman invited to pose for a Cam-
Residential & Commercial
Sharon Hart said that ap- paign,family photograph at
Graphic Wall Design
proximately 200 women the AJC-IEF report meet-
will participate in the ing 9:15 a.m. March 20_ at
KEITH SCHARE
three-day telethon.
Designer
the United Hebrew Schools.
Special handling chair-
Former Israeli Ambas-
569-2462 543-0203
man is Marcia Parven; co- sador to France Walter
Eytan will be the guest/
speaker at the meeting.
Eytan is currently chair-
man of the Israel Council of
International Relations and
of the Israel-France Asso-
ciation. He is the author of
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Workers are gearing up
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pledge. Campaign General
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stressed that this "is the
toughest time, the time
when we see that our final
goal is within reach."
Tauber added that the
support that has been re-
ceived thus far has been
impressive "but we still
have much more to do so
that we can help those in
need here in our commu-
nity, as well as those
overseas."
Prior to the March 20 re-
port meeting there will be a
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Chairmen Review
Communal Needs

The needs of those who
have been hit by severe eco-
nomic conditions and are
facing joblessness, hunger
and family stress are in-
creasing. The answers to
what is being done to help
alleviate those needs will be
discussed at a human needs
seminar sponsored by the
Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's Conference of Di-
vision Chairmen at 6:30
p.m. Monday.
Set for the Jewish Com-
munity Center in West
Bloomfield, the meeting
will provide an overview of
needs in the Detroit area by
John D. Maclnnes, execu-
tive vice president of United
Community Services of
Metropolitan Detroit.
A panel of Federation
agency presidents and
executive directors will dis-
cuss the ways in which their
individual agencies are
dealing with the growing
needs. During the dialogue,
possible ways to maximize
service will be considered.
Among those par-
ticipating are Allan

Nachman and Michael
Zaks, Fresh Air Society;
Charles G. Stone and Dr.
Morton Plotnick, Jewish
Community Center;
David Lebenbom and
Alyin L. Kushner, Jewish
Community. Council;
Helen Shevin and Samuel
Lerner, Jewish Family
Service; and Nora Barron
and Albert A. Ascher,
Jewish Vocational Serv-
ice.
The role of Federation
and the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign in coordinating and
funding will be touched
upon by Federation
President Avern Cohn and
Campaign Chairman Joel
D. Tauber. Federation
Treasurer Stanley D.
Frankel also will partici-
pate.
Also taking part in the
program will be Bruce E.
Thal, chairman of Federa-
tion's Conference . of Di-
vision Chairmen; and
James M. August, Robert H.
Naftaly, David K. Page and
Mark E. Schlussel, chair-
men of the budgeting and
planning divisions.
The meeting and preced-
ing dinner are open. There
is a charge. For informa-
tion, call Alan Kandel at
Federation, 965-3939.

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Friday, March 11, 1983 • 51

Saudis Want New U.S. Tank

WASHINGTON — Saudi
Arabia has asked the U.S. to
demonstrate the new M1
battle tank in Saudi Arabia.
According to Newsweek
magazine, the Saudis want
to evaluate how well the
tank performs in the desert
before placing an order for
the tank.

Newsweek said a Saudi
order for the M1 would
touch off renewed con-
troversies between the U.S.
and Israel. Pentagon offi-
cials told Newsweek that
the M1 would not increase
Saudi Arabia's ability to at-
tack Israel.

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