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September 16, 1988 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-16

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LOCAL NEWS

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New Year.

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1988

Dr. Henry Kissinger wil
speak on behalf of the 1989
Allied Jewish Campaign on
Sept. 27 for contributors of
$25,000
Set for 8:30 p.m., the event
will take place at the home of
Doreen and David Hermelin.
Hermelin is chairman of the
Campaign's major gifts
section.
Secretary of state under two
presidents, Dr. Kissinger also
served as national security
adviser for six years. After
leaving the State Depart-
ment, Kissinger accepted the
positions of university pro-
fessor of diplomacy at the
School of Foreign Service and
counselor to the Center for
Strategic and International
Studies, both at Georgetown
University. Kissinger recent-
ly served as chairman of the
Bipartisan Commission on
Central America.
Norman A. Pappas is chair-
man of the $25,000 Commit-
tee. Marvin H. Goldman, Dr.
Joseph M. Jacobson and
Hugh W. Greenberg are
co-chairmen.

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Kissinger Here
For Campaign

Women Host
Author Ephron

The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Women's Division will
host author Nora Ephron at a
meeting for $10,000 con-
tributors Sept. 23.
Ephron will speak to the
Advance Gifts section at
noon, at the home of Bernice
Gershenson in Bloomfield
Hills.
Author of the novel Heart-
burn and an Academy Award
nominee for the screenplay of
Silkwood, Ephron is author of
several novels including
Scribble, Scribble, Crazy
Salad and Crazy Salad Plus
Nine.
She is a former contributing
editor for both Esquire and
New York magazines and a
former reporter for the New
York Post.
Upcoming Women's Divi-
sion Campaign events include
the Lion of Judah fund-raiser
with singer Mary Travers on
Oct. 21 and a meeting with
Rabbi Daniel Polish of Temple
Beth El on Nov. 10.

Workers Rally
For Campaign

The second annual Cam-
paign Workers Breakfast Ral-
ly will be held 8:45 a.m. Sept.
25 at Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
In addition to information
about the Allied Jewish Cam-

paign, Worker Education and
Training Chairmen James M.
August and Susan Citrin will
lead a skit called "Let's Make
a Shiddach!"
The rally will also include
campaign reports and the
premiere of "You Make the
Difference," filmed at two
local agencies and in Poland
and Israel.
Penny Blumenstein and
Michael S. Feldman are
worker education and train-
ing associate chairmen.

Knesseter
To Speak Here

The Workmen's Circle
District Committee will host
Dedi (David) Zucker, a
member of the Israeli
Knesset representing the
Civil Rights and Peace Move-
ment (RATZ), at the
Workmen's Circle Center,
26341 Coolidge, Oak Park, on
Saturday, at 8 p.m.
Zucker served in the Israeli
Army from 1966-1969. In
1977, he and three other
Israeli army officers founded
the "Peace Now" movement.
Since 1986 he has been a
member of the Knesset. He
serves on Knesset Finance
Committee.
In July, he published a
report, "Human Rights Viola-
tions in the Occupied Ter-
ritories." The public is in-
vited. There is no charge.

Cancer Program
For Parents

Children's Hospital of
Michigan has developed
"Reaching Into the Future," a
program that helps parents
cope with childhood cancer.
The program provides infor-
mation, education and sup-
port to these families.
"Reaching Into the Future"
is a seven-week program that
will meet on Wednesdays at 7
p.m., starting Sept. 29, at the
hospital.
'Ib register or for informa-
tion, contact the
hematology/oncology depart-
ment of Children's Hospital,
745-5515.

EARLY
ADVERTISING
DEADLINES

Because of the Yom Kippur
holiday, the deadline for all
display and classified
advertising for the
September 23 Jewish
News is Monday, Septem-
ber 19, at noon.

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