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January 02, 1987 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-02

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New Cars - Trucks • Used Cars - Leasing

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THE UNBEATABLE DEALER

28111 Telegraph Rd. & 1-696

Across from Tel-12 Mall

(313) 355-1000
(313) 355-6414

Linda Garfield, left, and Jeanette Solway check pledge cards.

Phonogift Telethon
Is Set For Campaign

Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division volunteers
will ask 4,500 Detroit area
women next week to make
their 1987 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign pledges.
Phonogift, the Women's Di-
vision annual telethon that
helps mobilize the
community-wide phase of the
Campaign, takes place Jan. 11
- 13 and 18 from the United
Hebrew Schools in Southfield.
More than 300 division volun-
teers will call local women to
support the Campaign's
human service agencies at
home and overseas.
In addition to the regular
pre-telethon briefing, repre-
sentatives from some of Feder-

The Management and staff at Joe Panian Chevrolet
would like to extend Season's Greetings to all of our
valued friends, customers and relatives. Have a
great 1987 and remember, "Look, Shop, Get Your
Best Deal, But Don't Buy Until You See The
Unbeatable Dealer!

28111 TELEGRAPH RD.
And 12 Mile at 1-696

8 •

Friday, January 2, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

355.1000

ation's member agencies —
like Jewish Family Service
and Jewish Federation
Apartments — will be on hand
to talk with workers about
.local needs.

Linda Garfield is Phonogift
chairman, Evelyn Levine is
associate chairman. Judith
Naftaly serves as adviser. Kim
Dickstein and Lois Falk are
clerical chairman; Susan
-Marwil and Sherri Schiff are
briefing chairmen; Joyce
Sherman and Sharon Taylor
are in charge of special han-
dling. Doreen Hermelin is
Women's Division Campaign
chairman and Marlene Bor-
man is division president.

JCCouncil Will Hear
Sister Carol Rittner

Sister Carol Rittner, a
member of the Religious Sis-
ters of Mercy, will address the
Jewish Community Council
Delegate Assembly 8 p.m.
Thursday at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
Sr. Carol will discuss her re-
cent visit to the Soviet Union
with Elie Wiesel. He was there
as chairman of the U.S.
Holocaust Memorial Council,
to invite various Soviet offi-
cials, historians, and others to
an international conference on
the non-Jewish victims of the
Holocaust being planned by Sr.
Carol in Washington, D.C. at
the end of February.
Aside from her conference
chairmanship, Sr. Carol is also
the coordinator of a project,
sponsored by the American
Jewish Committee and the Na-
tion-al Conference of Catholic
Bishops Office on Catholic-
Jewish Relations, which is de-

Sr. Carol Rittner

veloping a Holocaust cur-
riculum for use in Catholic
schools.
In 1984, Sister Carol or-

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