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January 17, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-17

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10 Friday, January 17, 1966

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

MACRON MORAN ONNIER AUCTION

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Super Show To Start
Super Sunday Feb. 2

ing out for a Jewish education

Volunteers for the Allied
Jewish Campaign's 1986 Super
Sunday telethon will be treated
to a show-stopping kickoff at
this year's event on Feb. 2.
Chairmen Shelby Tauber and
N. Brewster Broder are finaliz-
ing plans for the opening of the
massive telephone appeal, set
for 9:30 a.m. in the Adolph
Deutsch Wing of the United He-
brew Schools in Southfield.
"Super Sunday Super Stars"
will highlight the life-sustaining
work of the Jewish Welfare
Federation and its annual Cam-
paign through nearly 70
worldwide human service be-
neficiaries. The show also will
salute in song the efforts of
hundreds of Super Sunday vol-
unteers responsible for manning
the phones, processing pledge
cards and dozens of other de-
tails. The cast includes Renee
Mahler, Cheryl Riskin, Sharon
Radom, Pola Friedman and
Shelby Tauber.
The festive atmosphere, from
costumes to decorations and re-
freshments, won't take away
from the very serious business
of the day-mobilizing the Cam-
paign and raising funds.
As part of this year's Cam-
paign theme of "Partnership,"
contributors will be asked to
strengthen their ties with fellow
Jews and reaffirm their com-
mitment to Jewish life through
the Campaign.
Detroit is one of 150 com-
munities nationwide that will be
keeping the phone lines busy on
behalf of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. Nearly 10,000 households
in the metropolitan area will be
called. Tauber and Broder noted
that it is especially important to
support the Campaign now,
when so many of our elderly are
turning to the organized com-
munity for help and large num-
bers of young people are reach-

and a Jewish identity.
Prior to Super Sunday, 15
area temples and synagogues
will participate in Federation/
Campaign.Sabbath Jan. 31-Feb.
1, with some congregations tak-
ing part Jan. 24.

Young Adult Div.
To Hear Borman

Paul D. Borman

Paul D. Borman will address
the Young Adult Division men's
leadership meeting on behalf of

the 1986 Allied Jewish 7:30 p.m.
Jan. 30 at Cong. Beth Abraham
Hillel Moses.'

Borman is • general chairman
of the 1986 Campaign, along

with Stanley D. Frankel, and a
member of the executive com-
mittees of both the Jewish Wel-
fare. Federation and the Jewish

Community Council.

Ian. D. Pesses is chairman of
the YAD men's campaign. Jef-
frey L. Brodsky, David Foltyn
and Stuart J.. Snider are vice-
chairmen. Bernard Kent is
Campaign adviser, and David B.
Liner is president of the Young
Adult Division.

Gov. Blanchard Hits UN
Zionism-Racism Vote

chard called upon the world
body to repeal the teikyear reso-

Sherwin Tukel, president of
the Metropolitan Detroit Dis-
trict, Zionist Organization of
America, announced that the
governor's statement was issued
in connection with ZOA's
petition-dimpaign aimed at ex-
punging that ' resolution from
the records of the • United Na-
tions.
"As Governor of the State of
Michigan," the' statement said,
"I respectfully' my fellow
citizens in urging you to do your
utmost to -help repeal the
'ZionisMIs a form 'of racism and
racial discrimination' United 1
Nations Assembly Resolution
Gov. Jcfmcs tco
lark rd
of Nov. 19, 1975."
Michigan vern James J. 3379
"It is my' understanding that
Blanchard, in a lette addressed this affront to the Jewish people
to the Secretary General of the has been roundly condemned by
United Nationil, Javier Perez de .
the President and _Congress of
Cuellar, has denounced U.N. the United States.' On behalf of
resolution 3379. WhiCh calls the citizens of Michigan, I
Zionism a "form of racism and strongly urge you to assist in
racild 'diriibiination." Blan- iepe.alihg
this resolution."

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