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November 23, 1984 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-23

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LOCAL NEWS

Campaign events lead to worker rally

The 1985 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign leadership is moving ahead
with assignment meetings and
fund-raising events in anticipa-
tion of a special Campaign worker
rally on Dec. 16.
Joint meetings of the three
trades and industries divisions —
Mercantile and Food. Industrial
and Automotive and Real Estate
and Buildina Trades — are set for
b Dec. 13 at 6 p.m. at
Thursday and
the Standard Club.
Chairing the Trades and Indus-
tries Divisions are Bernard Klein
and Howard Tapper, Mercantile
and Food; Herbert Rechter,
industrial and Automotive; and
Robert Slatkin, Real Estate and
Builing Trades.
The Women's Division Koach
($150) Section will hold a telethon
on behalf of the Campaign, in re-
sponse to the increased needs of
Federation's local and overseas
beneficiaries, from Dec. 9 to Dec.
11.
Chairman of the Women's Di-
vision Koach Section is Marjory
Ansell; associate chairman is
Marion Kantor.
Division chairmen have
planned these activities in prep-
aration for the Dec. 16 rally which
will bring Campaign workers to-
gether with Abbie Ben-Ari, a
leading authority in mass com-
munications and a spokesman for
Israel. Workers will also hear
about "four steps to success" in the
'85 Campaign. Set for Hillel Day
School in Farmington Hills at
9:15 a.m., the meeting includes
continental breakfast.
A former member of the Israel
delegation to the United Nations,
Ben-Ari immigrated to Israel in
1952 from his native Johannes-
burg, South Africa. He now re-
sides in Jerusalem, where he is
actively involved in the cultural
and economic development of the
city. He is managing director of an
international mass communica-
tons company and is an adviser in
this field to various government
ministries and institutions.
Stanley D. Frankel and Robert

Internationally acclaimed actress Liv Ullmann was in Detroit recently
to speak on behalf of the 1985 Allied Jewish Campaign at Tam
O'Shanter Country Club. Donald Fox, left, Allan Nachman, center,and
Dr. Marvin Siegel chaired the event for contributors of $5,000 or more.

Dr. Irving Greenberg, center, noted educator and director of the
National Jewish Resource Center, was guest speaker at the Jewish
Welfare Federation Board of Governors Institute. He exchanged ideas
on Jewish identity and affiliation with Federation Executive Vice
President Wayne L. Feinstein, left, and Joel D. Tauber, president of the
JWF.

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, H. Naftaly are general Campaign
chairmen; Sharon Hart is Cam-
paign chairman of the \-Vomen's
Division.
Michael Feldman is chairman
of worker training; E•ie
hal is associate chairman. Ruth
K. Broder and Shirley Harris are
advisers.
For information about division
meetings and the Campaign
worker rally, call the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Ben-Gurion
University. of the Negev in
Beersheba finally opened its doors
last week for the start of the aca-
demic year following the approval
by the university's executive
committee of a balanced budget
based on guidelines of the Plan-
ning and Grants Committee of the
government's Council for Higher
Education.
All universities in Israel, apart
from the Technion in Haifa, de-
layed the opening of their aca-
demic year because of budgetary
problems. But the others opened
after a week's delay, leaving only
the Beersheba instituLe still
Closed due to the lack of funds
caused by cutbacks in govern-
ment fundin,gs to Israeli univer-
sities.
Shlomo Gazit, president of
Ben-Gurion University. with-
drew his earlier letter of resigna-
tion, telling the executive corn-
rnitte.e that his decision had been
"greatly influenced by the roes-

sages of support from public fig-
ures in Israel and abroad and from
the university's academic and
administrative staff."
Gazit had tendered his resigna-
tion on Oct. 31 because of what he
described as the "complete lack of
understanding of the needs for
higher education in Israel in gen-
eral, and of the Ben Gurion Uni-
versity in particular."

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LA RI' will have 'turkey dinner
meeting" at 6:30 Ty.m. ThursdPy in
the Jewish 7,Var Veterans Ms, mo-
rial . Home, announces President
Ruth Klein. For reservations, call
Mrs. Klein, 968-5515: or Senior
'Vice President Ruth Weiss, 544-
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