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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-12-30

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38 Friday, December 30, 1983

One day well spent is pre-
ferred to an eternity of er-
ror.

MAGICIAN

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Disease Fund
Benefit Slated

Volunteers Prepare for Super Sunday

When volunteers for the said local chairman Dr.
Allied Jewish Campaign Paul Feinberg and Harriet
phone thousands of con- Dunsky. They emphasized,
tributors on Super Sunday, "While we're part of a Super
Jan. 15, they will be joining Sunday network that
in a nationwide effort in- reaches across the country,
volving 39,000 volunteers here in Detroit we're work-
Stage Shows
in nearly 150 communities. ing especially hard to help
Close up magic
The national telephone those in our community still
Audience
appeal is important, not ,suffering from, the severe
Participation
only in terms of the funds economic conditions of the
raised, but in the awareness past few years." Super Sun-
Mel Eisenberg
it creates and the spirit it day funds will also help bol-
547-2464
helps build for a cohesive, ster human services in Is-
MENTALIST
caring Jewish community rael, while aiding other
Jews in lands of oppression.
Detroit area Jews last
year raised more than
$500,000 in one day. Na-
tionally, more than $30 mil-
lion was raised. As in many
other communities, this
year's Super Sunday tele-
thon will continue the eve-
ning of Jan. 16 for an addi-
tional telephone session and
celebration.
Dr. Feinberg explained
that this year's needs are
more pressing than ever:
"With cuts in government
funding of social serv-
ices, inflationary costs
and growing needs, we
need to raise more funds
just to maintain current
services," he said.
Preceding Super Sunday,
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion and Allied Jewish
Campaign are sponsoring
the fifth annual Federation
- Campaign Sabbath. Set for
Jan. 13-14, the special
Sabbath will highlight the
SUITS
work
of Federation and its
FOR THE PROFESSIONAL WOMAN
Campaign in meeting
WOOLS, GABARDINES, LINENS,
human needs. Some 16 area
congregations will take
LEATHERS
part.

Exciting
entertainment for
your organization.
club or private party

.

The Metropolitan Detroit
Chapter of the Cystic Fib-
rosis Foundation will have a
Millionaire's Party 7:30
p.m. Jan. 7 at the Southfield
Civic Center. There will be
celebrity dealers, hors
d'oeuvres and ari open bar.
Proceeds from the party
will be used for research and
patient care. Tickets are
available from the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation office,
552-9616.

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* * *

January 11
Mini-Mission

Reservations are still
available for Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and Allied
Jewish Campaign leaders
for the Jan. 11 "min-
mission" to Federation's
local member agencies.
The mission will begin at
the Jimmy Prentis Morris
Branch of the Jewish Com-
munity Center. Led by tour
guides Dr. Conrad Giles,
Jewish Welfare Federation
vice president, and
Women's Division
President Ellen Labes, par-
ticipants will hear updates
from Joel Tauber, Federa-
tion president, and Jack
Robinson, Campaign
chairman.
From there, the group
will board a bus and tour the
Jewish Vocational Service
building in Oak Park and
the Jewish Federation
Apartments, where they
will meet with residents.
The mission concludes with
dinner at the Jewish Home
for Aged's Borman Hall in
Detroit.
By the end of the day,
the group will have heard
reports from representa-
tives of all Federation
agencies.
The mission is set for 1:15
to 7 p.m. It is the first event
of this type to be offered to
all Federation and Cam-
paign volunteers.
There is a fee for the
"mini-mission." Registra-
tion is first come-first

Shown at the Women's Division Koach Section
meeting for the Allied Jewish Campaign are, from left,
Margie Ansell, hostess Myrna Partrich, speaker Lily
Nesher and Jan Hauser.

served. For information, ing in international corpo-
call Allan Gelfond at Feder- rate practice. He has writ-
ation, 965-3939. ten extensively on military
and civic affairs.
Baum, former military
Israeli Unit
correspondent of the Israel
to Hear Bauni
Israel's economy will be Defense Forces, is a popular
the topic of discussion when speaker who, since 1976,
economist and attorney has addressed more than
Akiva Baum meets with the 300 meetings on Israel's be-
Israeli Committee of the Al- half.
Chairmen of the Allied
lied Jewish Campaign, 8
p.m. Jan. 14 at the Jewish Jewish Campaign Israeli
committee are Dr. Eli Basse
and Shula Fleischer.
Committe members are
Pnina Basse, Eli Ben-
Mayor, Varda Ben-
Mayor, Miriam Dvjorny,
Dr. Leopoldo Eisenberg,
Mira Eisenberg, Daphna
Feldman, Sara _Fried-
man, Avram Gontovnik,
Dr. Natan Harpaz, Elana
Karp, Uri Katz, Rudi
Levy, Ruth Levy, Tamar
Levy, Paltiel Lifshitz,
Eena Neugebohr,
Daphna Oliver,. Muli
Poris, Sara Saches, Hava
Schaver, Uri Segal, Zivit
AKIVA BAUM
Shamir, Yaffa Shevach,
Community Center Health
Zvi
Shevach, Alex Skoc-
Club Cafe in West Bloom- zylas,
Sara Skoczylas,
fie131.
-
Datia Traison, Michael
The first Israeli ever to Traison, and Amos
win the Ford Foundation Traub.
Fellowship for an American
For information, call
doctorate in business ad- - Basse, 661-2404; or
ministration, Baum is cur- Fleischer, 478-3032, eve-
rently an attorney for a nings; or Allan Gelfond at
Wall Street firm specializ- Federation, 965-3939.

MSU Hillel Plans Activities

The Bnai Brith Hillel
Jewish Student Center at
Michigan State University.
will hear a talk on "Friday
the 13th Part III: Jewish
Magic and Mysticism" at 8
p.m. Jan. 13. Executive Di-
rector Alan Iser will be the
speaker.
At 8 p.m. Jan. 20, Prof.
Robert Anderson will speak
on "Bibliolatory: Should the
Bible Be Taken Literally."
A Reform Shabaton will
be held Jan. 27 and 28. At 8
p.m. Jan. 27, there will be a
talk on "Being Jewish on
Campus." At 11 a.m. Jan.
28, there will be Reform
services, followed by lunch.
At 2 p.m. that day, Rabbi
Hoffman and Rabbi Harold
Loss will speak on "Who Is a
Jew?" At 5:30 p.m., Rabbi
Irwin Tanenbaum will
speak on "Jewish Prisoners
in Jackson."
The annual winter
dance will be held 9 p.m.
Jan. 28 at the MSU Union,
Parlors A, B and C. Re-
freshments and music
will highlight the eve-

ning.
At 7 p.m. Jan. 8, the Char-
lie Chaplin film, "The Great
Dictator," will be shown
free of charge at Hillel.
On Jan. 12, a representa-
tive from the kibutz pro-
gram will be at the MSU
Union.
A Tu b'Shevat Seder will
be held 6 p.m. Jan. 19 at
Hillel. There is a nominal-
fee.
Jonathan Kessler of
AIPAC will give a talk on
"Israel and the Arab
World: Power Politics
and the Prospects for
Peace" at 7:30 p.m. Jan.
22 at the MSU Union.
Rabbi Avraham
Jacobowitz will conduct
classes at Hillel during the
winter. term. Among the
classes are: Beginning He-
brew I, Beginning Hebrew
II, Intermediate Hebrew II,
Jewish Holidays, Torah Via
Talmud, Mishna and Bar-
Bat Mitzva tutoring.
For information, call the
MSU Hillel Jewish Student
Center, (517) 332-1916.

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