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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 16, 1984

11

Closing Celebration Scheduled for 1984 Allied Jewish Campaign

The 1984 Allied Jewish
Campaign will hold its clos-
ing celebration April 12 at
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
The 8 p.m. gathering,
which will wrap up many
weeks of intensive volun-
teer efforts, will be Day 36 of
the Campaign's 36 Days of
Renewal — the "double
chai" theme was chosen to
signify the 36 years of Is-
rael's existence and the
goals of the Campaign.
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for the United Jewish Ap-
peal, will speak before a
dinner meeting of the Allied
Jewish Campaign Profes-
sional Health Division, 6
p.m. Wednesday at Adat
Shalom.
Stone has made numer-
ous visits to Europe and Is-
rael to study Jewish life
abroad. An accomplished
writer, his works have ap-
peared in leading publica-
tions around the world. He
studied at Brandeis Univer-
sity and the Hebrew Uni-
versity in Jerusalem, and
holds MA degrees in
English and Near Eastern
studies. Since recently res-
igning his position with the
UJA, Stone has devoted
much of his time to writing,
lecturing and consulting.

* * *

Syme to Speak
at Report Meeting

ALBRECHT, ZFIRA

Israeli concert and televi-
sion stars Avraham Al-
brecht and Avshalom Zfira
will perform at the closing
reception in many lan-
guages: Yemenite, Ladino,
Neapolitan, Spanish, Ita-
lian, Yiddish, Hebrew and
English.
Although the two men
had received awards and
high critical praise as indi-
vidual performers, they did
not team up until 1982.
Since their first joint reci-
tal, their concerts have
taken them to many coun-
tries and before hundreds of
audiences throughout
America.
There is a charge for the
closing reception. For tic-
kets, call Barbara Satinsky
at Federation, 965-3939.

* * *

Ex-UJA Director
to Speak Wednesday

Howard Stone, former di-
rector of overseas programs

M. Robert Syme, senior
rabbi of Temple Israel, will
bring an up-to-date report
on the status of East Euro-
pean Jewry and the current
situation in Israel at the
progress report meeting of
the Campaign, 10 a.m.
March 25 at Jewish Federa-
tion. Apartments in Oak
Park.

,

the Professional Service Di-
vision. Associate chairmen
are Abraham Burnstein,
Harvey Farber, Norman A.
Pappas and Lawrence F.
Portnoy.
Section chairmen are:
Larry Gormezano, govern-
ment services; Harvey
Grace, advertisers and
media, with Dean A.
Friedman and Seymour

Roberts, associate chair-
men; Dennis S. Kayes and
Michael B. Perlman, attor-
neys; Sylvia Serwin, social
services, with Samuel
Lerner, associate chairman;
Jonathan F. Haber, accoun-
tants, with Alan Gilman,
associate chairman; Rabbis
Norman Roman and Efry
Spectre, synagogues and
schools; Robert Bodack,

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sians.

* * *

For information on any
Allied Jewish Campaign
event, call the Jewish Wel-
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Reception to Hear
Fla. Congressman

RABBI SYME

At this gathering, the
final report meeting before
the close of the Campaign
on April 12, division chair-
men will announce the tal-

AJCongress Backs Judge
in Auburn U. Lawsuit

NEW YORK — An at-
tempt by Auburn Univer-
sity to have a federal judge
dismissed from a desegrega-
tion case on grounds
that he had handled such
suits as a lawyer was a
thinly-disguised effort to
disqualify him because he is
black, according to the
American Jewish Congress.
A friend-of-the-court
brief, filed jointly by the
AJCongress and the Na-
tional Bar Association, a
group of black attorneys,
asserted that if the judge is
removed from the case, it
would create a double
standard under which any
minority judge could be dis-
qualified because of his
minority status.
The brief, which comes to
the defense of Federal Dis-
trict Court Judge U. W.
Clemon, was filed in the
U.S. District Court for the
Northern District of
Alabama. In the Auburn U.
case, the Justice Depart-
ment has charged Alabama


lies to date and volunteers
will gather for the tradi-
tional "family portrait."
Rabbi Syme, a member of
the United Jewish Appeal
Rabbinical Advisory Coun-
cil, was selected as a par-
ticipant on a UJA mission to
Israel and Eastern Europe,
along with 24 of his col-
leagues across the country.
Soon to observe his 40th
year in the rabbinate, Syme
is a member of the Alumni
Board of Overseers of He-
brew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, which
granted him a doctor of di-
vinity degree in 1970.
Rabbi Syme is past
president of the Family
Service Society of Met-
ropolitan Detroit, a cabinet
member of the Anti-
Defamation League and a
member\ of its Michigan
Regional Advisory Board.
He is former president of
this region of the Central
Conference of American
Rabbis.
All divisions are prepar-
ing for the final Campaign
telethons: Women's Di-
vision Phonogift March
25-April 1 and the April 8
community-wide telethon.
For the latter, workers will
man phones at the United
Hebrew Schools in two
shifts, 9:30 a.m. to noon and
noon to 2:30 p.m.
The Young Adult Di-
vision will hold telethons
Wednesday and March 27
from 6 to 9 p.m. at the UHS.

Florida Congressman
Lawrence D. Smith. will
speak on behalf of the 1984
Allied- Jewish Campaign at
a reception 6:30 p.m. March
26 at Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue. The gathering is
sponsored by the Profes-
sional Service Division of
the Campaign.
Smith is one of just four
Democratic freshmen ap-
pointed to two major corn-
mittees, Judicial and
Foreign Affairs, in the 98th
Congress.

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Ambassador Meir Rosenne
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Congress national biennial
convention, March 25-28 at
the Hyatt Regency in Bal-
timore.

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