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October 04, 1985 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-04

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62 Friday, October 4, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Under the leadership of
chairman Michael W. Maddin,
missions to Israel promise to
play a key role in the 1986 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign.
For starters, Campaign
chairmen Stanley D. Frankel
and Paul D. Borman will lead a
United Jewish Appeal-sponsored
*President's Mission to Vienna
and Israel, in October, for con-
tributors of $10,000.
Other missions this year in-
clude National Study Missions
featuring stops in Prague, Po-
land or Casablanca, in addition
to Israel. These learning tours
provide a special understanding
of Detroit's partners overseas.
The popular winter and sum-
mer National Singles Missions
give participants (age 25-40) a
chance to witness the sights and
sounds of Israel's historical and
cultural centers, and meet and
socialize with young Israelis.
The itinerary is full, but time is
set aside for exploring away
from the group.
Another favorite is the Na-
tional Family Mission. Maddin
hopes to lead a contingency of
ten Detroit area families, in
addition to his own wife and

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four children, in June.
According to Maddin, "Mis-
sions are a chance to really find
out about the people of Israel,
its government and business
leaders ... its shopkeepers and
soldiers."
These missions are sponsored
by the UJA in cooperation with
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
For information, contact Bar-
bara Satinsky, 965-3939.

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JWF Women Will Hear
Atlanta MIA Leader

Charter members of the $10,000 will feature Harriet
Jewish Welfare Federation Zimmerman, past national
Women's Division "Lion of chairman of the United Jewish
Judah" Section will meet at Appeal Women's Division.
noon Oct. 17 for a major gifts
Currently president of the
fund raiser on behalf of the 1986 UJA national Women's Division,
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Zimmerman served as a
Hosted by Linda Goldman of Women's Division Campaign
Bloomfield Hills, the meeting chairman in Atlanta. In addi-
for contributors of $5,000 and tion, she serves on the boards of
the Joint Distribution Commit-
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