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Vol. 4 No. 1
Charlotte, N.C.
January 1982
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Mission To
Washington:
An Inside
View
By Bobbi Bernstein
The Charlotte Jewish
Federation invites the
members of the Jewish com
munity to participate in a
regional mission to Wash
ington. This is a unique op
portunity for an inside view
of how America’s political
leaders view the critical
issues of concern to the
Jewish people both in the
United States and abroad.
The mission will feature
briefings by high-level of
ficials from the White
House, Congress, the Israeli
Embassy and AIPAC. It will
include lunch on capitol hill,
dinner, hotel accommoda
tions, and tickets to the It
zhak Perlman - Vladimir
Askenazi concert at the Ken
nedy Center for the Perform
ing Arts.
This Washington mission
provides participants with
an opportunity to explore an
“insiders” view of the power
centers of our nation’s
capital. It is unique in that
men and women from
Charlotte will be together
with others in the southeast
region who share their in
terests and concerns.
The trip will take place on
Thursday and Friday,
February 25 and 26 and has
thoughtfully been planned so
that anyone who wishes
many stay on in Washington
for the weekend. The cost is
$125.00 per person, not in
cluding transportation. The
federation office will be hap
py to make plane reserva
tions for those interested in
participating. This mission
is open to any man or woman
giving a minimum gift of
$1000.00 to the 1982 U.J.A.-
Federation campaign.
The number of spaces is
limited, so it is imperative
that those interested reserve
this date on their calendar
and call the Federation office
as soon as possible.
(366-0358) More detailed in
formation concerning this
mission may be obtained at
the Federation office.
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Ruth Dayan
To Speak
OUR PEOPLE
ARE OiV THE EITSE,
SUPER SUNDAY’82
Our People Are On The Line...
Answer The Call!
January 17 is a very special day.
It’s National Super Sunday, the
opening of the 1982 Jewish Lifeline
Campaign. All over the nation peo
ple will make thousands of calls in
an attempt to reach every house
hold in the American Jewish com
munity.
On Sunday, January 17, you will
receive a call from one of your
neighbors asking you to help Jews
in need at home, in Israel, and
around the world. When your
telephone rings, answer the call. Your
support is essential to the quality of
Jewish life in this decade.
Charlotte Jewish Federation
One People Indivisible
Ruth Dayan
The Women’s Division of
the Charlotte Jewish Federa
tion is extremely pleased to
announce an exciting even
ing on Sunday, January 31 at
8 p.m. at Temple Beth £11.
Mrs. Ruth Dayan will be the
featured speaker on that
evening, and the entire com
munity is welcomed and urg
ed to attend. There is no
charge and there will be no
solicitation.
The Charlotte community
is fortunate to be able to
have a speaker such as Mrs.
Dayan. A nat ive-born
Israeli, she has seen the
birth and growth of her coun
try, and has been witness to
the many history-making
events that have occurred
there. We are privileged to be
able to have her appear in
Charlotte.
Prior to the meeting those
women who contribute a
minimum of $500.00 to
Women’s Division, and their
husbands, are cordially in
vited to a dinner. They will
be notified as to the time and
place for this dinner. This
will be the culminating event
of the campaign. Other
Federation scheduled events
are:
Federation'llJA Sabbath
Speaker: David Harman,
Executive Director of the
(Continued on Page 14)
-In The News-
Academy News p. 6
Bar/Bat Mitzvahs p. 13
Book Review p. 3
Bulletin Board p. 12
Calendar p* 13
Candlelighting p. 2
Class Schedules p.7-10
Classified Ads p. IS
Editorials p. 2
For the Record p. 2
Lubavitcher Rebbe p. 4
Random Thoughts p. 3
This ‘n That p. 6
World Beat 4
    

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