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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-13

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12 Friday, January 13, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Weekend Events Boost '84 Allied Jewish Campaign

(Continued from Page 1) work as runners and help
Schools will be on hand to with details. Refreshments

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APRIL 16 - APRIL 24, 1984

_for

the Campaign during the
fifth annual Federation-
Campaign Sabbath. Rabbis
at 16 area congregations
will take part in the
cooperative effort, with
many hosting guest speak-
ers.
In another Campaign ac-
tivity, the Israeli Section
will host Akiva Baum 8 p.m.
Saturday at the Jewish
Community Center Health
Club Cafe.
Baum, the first Israeli to
be awarded the Ford Foun-
dation Fellowship for an
American doctorate in
business administration, is

will be served throughout
the day.
In an effort to reach as
many contributors as possi-
ble, the appeal will continue
with a Monday evening
phone session. Volunteers
will then gather for a casual
reception. Dr. Feinberg said
the party is planned as a
combined "thank-you" and
celebration, "in anticipa-
tion of a record-setting tele-
thon."
Prior to Super Sunday,
members of the community
will learn more about the
humanitarian work sup-
ported by Federation and

TOLL FREE: 1-800-327-8169

an attorney for a Wall
Street firm specializing in
international corporate
practice. His topic will be Is-
rael's economy.

Allied Jewish Campaign
event, call the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

$5,000 Section
to Hear Tekoah

LOWEST FARES
EVERYWHERE

* * *

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''Attge
YOSEF TEKOAH
Paul D. Borman, chair-
man of the $5,000 Section of
the 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign, along with sec-
tion co-chairmen N. Brews-
ter Broder and Dr. Marvin
Siegel, invite all Campaign
contributors of $5,000 and
over to hear Ambassador
Yosef Tekoah 6 p.m. Tues-
day at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. A light supper will
be served prior to the ad-
dress.
Ambassador Tekoah is
chancellor of Ben-Gurion
University of the Negev and
was Israel's permanent
representative to the
United Nations from 1967
to 1975. He has held numer-
ous positions with Israel's
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He received the degree of
Licencie en Droit (L1.B.) at
the University L'Aurore in
Shanghai, China, and an
MA at Harvard University,
where he was an instructor
in international relations.

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peal Young Leadership
Cabinet, Detroit Area, will
host Congressman Howard
Wolpe (D-3rd District) in a
discussion of "Jewish In-
volvement in the American
Political Process," 8 p.m.
Jan. 28 at Adat Shalom.
Rep. Wolpe will share his
insights on the importance
of being heard by Washing-
ton's decision-makers.
The meeting is in advance
of a UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet's fourth national
conference, which will bring
together young leaders from
around the nation for brief-
ings on issues affecting
American Jews. The na-
tional conference will be
March 11-13 in Washing-
ton, D.C.
Michael S. Feldman is
Detroit Area chairman of
the UJA Young Leader-
ship Cabinet. Members
are Peter M. Alter, David
S. Aronow, Dan G. Guyer,
David L. Hakold,
Jonathan M. Jaffa, Nor-
man A. Pappas, Michael
B. Perlman, Ronald H.
Riback, Warren E.
Robinson, Kenneth J.
Safran and Howard J.
Tapper.
Detroiters Stanley D.
Frankel and Lawrence S.
Jackier are past national
chairmen of the Cabinet.
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