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October 02, 1987 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-02

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will be the key. It could have
great utility and be an impor-
tant landmark for the com-
munity."
At Wednesday's meeting Dr.
Giles was elected to a second
one-year term as Federation
president. In his address, he
focused on the demographic
study, the possible resettle-
ment of 100 Soviet Jews in
the Detroit area, and the suc-
cess of the Neighborhood Pro-
ject in Oak Park and
Southfield.
Also re-elected at the
meeting were Stanley D.

Frankel, Edythe Jackier, -
Thomas I. Klein, David K.
Page and Jack A. Robinson,
JWF vice presidents. James
M. August was elected
treasurer.

Re-elected to three-year
terms on the JWF board were
Peter M. Alter, Benjamin
Frank, Marvin H. Goldman,
Janet Levine, Page, Mark E.
Schlussel and Rabbi M.
Robert Syme. Elected to a
first three-year term were
Eugene Applebaum, Allan
Nachman and Robinson.

Campaign Event
To Hear O'Neill

Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill, Jr.,
former Speaker of the U.S.
House of Representatives,
will speak at a cocktail recep-
tion on behalf of the 1988
Allied Jewish Campaign,
7:30 p.m. Oct. 13, at the home
of Joel and Shelley Tauber.
Campaign contributors of
$25,000 and over are invited.
O'Neill is a long-time sup-
porter of the State of Israel
and has often spoken out
about its strategic importance
to the United States.
Joseph H. Orley, Herbert L.
Rechter and Morris Rochlin
are chairmen of the Allied

Tip O'Neill

Jewish Campaign $25,000
committee.

Succah Session
For 1988 AJCampaign

Several hundred 1988
Allied- Jewish Campaign
workers will gather for
breakfast and a giant rally in
a community succah at the
Birmingham home of Doreen
and David B. Hermelin on
Oct. 11. According to Jane
Sherman and David
Hermelin, Campaign
chairmen, the training day
was planned to parallel the
gathering of Jews throughout
the world in celebration of the
festival of Succot. Hermelin
and Sherman said the
meeting will be the largest
training session the com-
munity has had in several
years.
The focus of the day will be
the "Case for '88," which in-
cludes_ local and overseas
needs and solicitation techni-
ques. Many of those who were
on the prime minister's and
president's missions will be
available as resource persons.
Workers will be divided in-
to small groups, giving them
an opportunity to express
themselves and to make their
own commitment to the 1988
Campaign.

Co-chairmen for the worker
training program are Janet
Levine and James M. August.
Committee members include
Penny Blumenstein, the
Hermelins, Michael Feldman,
Mrs. Sherman and Linda
Zlotoff.

Media Imposes
Betar Blackout

Aviv (JTA) — The Jour-
nalists Association has im-
posed a one-month media
blackout on the Betar soccer
team in Jerusalem following
the stabbing last week of
Zadok Yehezkeli, a sports
reporter for Yediot Achronot.
The assault took place as
Yehezkeli left the Bloomfield
Stadium in Tel Aviv.
It was the second time he
was attacked after writing a
critical report of the team's
performance. A sports report-
er for another newspaper
complained to police that an
anonymous telephone-caller
warned his mother he would
get the same treatment if he
continued to criticize the
team.

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