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Friday, Dacember 4, 1970-33
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INFORMATION nociums,r, N.Y.
Workshops, resolutions and elections were part of the recent con-
ference of the North Central and Central States regions of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, hosted by the Zionist" Organizationof
Detroit at its cultural center. Delegates culminated the weekend with
attendance at the annual Balfour Concert. Leading figures at the
conference were (from left) seated: Morris Gordon of Milwaukee.
regional director; Louis Panush, conference chairman; and Joseph
Fretnland of St. Paul, honorary vice president of ZOA; second row:
Shoolem Ettinger of Indianapolis, co-chairman of the ZOA adminis-
tration board; Paul Flacks of Dayton, public affairs chairman; J.
Abe Liff of Dayton, president of the Central States Zionist Region;
and Jacob Snyder of New York, national director of the Americau
Zionist Federation; and back row: Morton Wax of Milwaukee, co-
chairman of the conference; Dr. Sidney Z. Leib, Detroit membership
chairman; Dr. Harold Rosenberg of Dayton, vice president of the
Central States Zionist Region; and Dr. Joel I. Hamburger, president
of the ZOD.
Ambassador Appeals for Double
Support for Israel Next Year
Calling for a continued and
strengthened partnership in build-
ing Israel, Ambassador Gershon
Avner, assistant director general
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of Israel's ministry of foreign af-
fairs, asked a Detroit audience of
campaign and community leaders
to take over the burden of support
for Israel's social services.
Speaking at a pre-campaign
meeting of the 1971 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Handleman this week, Ambassa-
dor Avner said that one-third of
the cost of immigration, health
and welfare and educational serv-
ices has been borne by the world
Jewish community in the past.
With nearly all of Israel's tax
monies going to defense, she asks
that three-thirds of the cost of the
welfare and education program
be borne by world Jews.
While defense is maintained
"We are building a country,"
Paul Zuckerman, national chair-
man of the United Jewish Appeal,
introduced Ambassador Avner.
Meyer M. Fishman, chairman of
the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, urged the
audience to meet the need for the
United Jewish Appeal to receive
$400,000,000 this year in contrast
to the $200,000,000 that American
Jewish communities raised during
last year's campaigns. _
Max M. Shaye, chairman of the
drive, urged "passionate" giving
with the heart in this year's effort.
'Sunshine, Salt' Author
to Address NCJW
Sylvia Rothchild, author, col-
umnist and lecturer, will discuss
"Jewish Youth, Old Challenges
and New Priori-
ties," at a meet-
ing of the Na-
tional Council of
12:30 p.m. Mon-
day at Cong.
Bnai Moshe. Des-
a native New
Mrs. Rothchild Yorker who or-
ganized the first "golden age"
programs in Boston, wrote "Sun-
shine and Salt." An amateur cellist
and painter, she is the mother of
three college-age children.
If we conquer our passions it
is more from their weakness than
from our strength.
. — La .Rochefoucauld
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