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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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48 " Friday, January 27, 1984

THE DEtROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Allied Jewish Campaign Speakers Listed

Members of the United
Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet, De-
troit Area, will meet with
Congressman' Howard
Wolpe (D-3rd District) 8
p.m. Saturday at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Wolpe will discuss
"Jewish Involvement in the
American Political Proc-
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Members of the Psychol-
ogy Section of the 1984 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign will
gather for brunch 10 a.m.
Sunday at the main Jewish
Community Center. Ad-
dressing the group will be
Israel Amitai.
Journalist, television
producer, director and
writer, Amitai will share
his insights on the Middle
East.
Drs. Gerald Rosenbaum
and Barry Tigay are co-
chairmen of the Psychology
Section; Drs. Martin Hart
and Stephan Morse are
chairmen of the Profes-
sional Health Division.

* * *

Hatikvah Section
Meeting Wednesday

Akiva Baum will address
the 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign Women's Di-
vision Hatikvah ($100) Sec-
tion, 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of Eileen Was-
serman in Bloomfield Hills.
Dessert will be served.
and
An
attorney
economist, Baum was the
first Israeli ever to win the
Ford Foundation Fellow-
ship for an American docto-
rate in business adminis-
tration. -
Hatikvah Section chair-
man is Sharon Taylor. She
is assisted by associate
chairman Marian Kantor
and briefing chairman Sha-
ron Lipton.
Ellen Labes is Women's
Division president, Marlene
Borman is division Cam-
paign chairman and Sharon
Hart is associate chairman.

* * *

Haifa Prof.
Speaks Feb. 5

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B.Z. SOBEL

B.Z. Sobel, dean of the Fa-
culty of Social Sciences at
the University of Haifa, will
address the Allied Jewish
Campaign Young Adult Di-
vision men's Campaign
leadership breakfast, 10:30
a.m. Feb. 5 at the Vineyards
in Southfield. Contributors
of $250 and over are invited.
Professor Sobel is knowl-
edgeable about events in Is-
rael, where he has resided
since 1969, when he left the
faculty of Brandeis Univer-
sity.
Douglas M. Etkin is

Shown at the recent Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division Institute Day are, from left, Pamela
Opperer, guest speaker Rabbi David Saperstein,
Ellen Labes, Wayne Feinstein, Pola Friedman and
Janice Schwartz.
In the bottom photograph, at a meeting of the
Israeli Section for the Allied Jewish Campaign, are
Dr. Eli Basse, Shula Fleischer and speaker Akiva
Baum.

* * *

chairman of men's Cam-
paign leadership for YAD.
Gerald Brody is vice chair-
man for the leadership
breakfast.
Associate chairmen are
Alan Baum, Daniel B.
Greenberg, Warren P.
Hyams, Arnold M. Jacob,
David Nussbaum, Charles
Perlow, Ian Pesses, Stuart
D. Sherr, Gilbert Silver-
man, Jr., Steven R. Weis-
berg, Roger E. Winkelman
and Mark Zausmer.

Stone to Speak
on Feb. 8

in the Middle East.
Betsy Snider Heuer and
Linda Etkin are co-chairen
of the Young Adult Division
Women's Campaign Sec-
tion. They are assisted by
vice chairmen Diane S. Ash,
Julie Fishman, Suzie
Weiner and Julie Zussman;
and associate chairman Roz
Blanck, Lisa Brody, Shari
Levin, Florie Schwartz,
Lynn Tarnoff and Andrea
Zeme.
* * *
For information on any
Allied Jewish Campaign
event, call the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

Arabs in U.S.
Topic of Talk

"Overview of Arab-
Americans" will be the topic
of a program to be presented
10 a.m. Feb. 5 at Temple
Beth El. Continental break-
fast will be served at 9:30
a.m. at a nominal fee.
Lois Gottesman, New
York research analyst,
Middle East and Arab af-
fairs, American Jewish
Committee, will be the
HOWARD STONE
guest speaker.
Howard Stone will ad-
The program is sponsored
dress the Allied Jewish by the American Jewish
Campaign Young Adult Di- Committee, Jewish Com-
vision women's cocktail re- munity Council and Temple
ception, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at Beth El in cooperation with
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
the American Jewish Con-
Stone recently left his gress, Anti-Defamation
position as director of over- League of Bnai Brith and
seas programs for the 'Jewish Labor Committee.
United Jewish Appeal to
For details, call the
devote more of his time to Jewish Community Coun-
writing and lecturing. He is cil, 962-1880.
also a consultant to a
number of travel firms,
Vonder Woman'
Jewish organizations and
Sabbath Conflict
corporations doing business
JERUSALEM — The Is
rael
Broadcasting
Merger Role
Authority has moved the
INDIANAPOLIS — The
starting time of the popular
largest corporate merger in
"Wonder Woman" TV show
American history has some
from 5:40 p.m. Saturday to
Jewish input, the Jewish
6:10 p.m. Saturday so that
Post and Opinion reported:
Sabbath-observant Jews
According to the Post and
will have time to return
Opinion, Laurence A. Tisch,
from their synagogues to
co-owner of the Lowe's hotel
watch the show.
and theater chain, was
asked by Gordon P. Getty to
Sleep was first induced to
mediate the $10 billion perform surgery when God
Getty-Texaco merger which put Adam to sleep in order
was finalized earlier this to remove a rib to create
month.
Eve.

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