THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, January 8, 1971-27
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A check for $500,000 is presented by Meyer M. Fishman (cen-
ter) and Max M. Shaye (right), 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency fund chairmen, as part of Detroit's contribution to the
United Jewish Appeal's welfare program overseas and in IsraeL
During the calendar year of 1970 Detroit Jewry, through its Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, sent a total of $7,727,000
to help needy Jews around the world who benefit through the Joint
Distribution Committee, Jewish Agency and other health and wel-
fare services. Presentation of the check was made in New York to
Dr. Sidney Edelstein, national USA chairman.
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the pre-campaign luncheon of the
Women's division noon Wednesday
at the Great Lakes Club.
"These first official functions of
the Campaign help set the tone of
our fund-raising efforts," stated
Meyer M. Fishman and Max M.
Shaye, 1971 campaign chairman.
"We are' confident that the Detroit
Jewish community will — in this
time of crisis—redouble its efforts
on behalf of the Jews of the world."
Pre-campaign chairmen Lewis S.
Grossman and David S. Mondry
are calling for a response to the
need for $400,000,000 from Ameri-
can Jewry—twice the 1970 sum—
to support the humanitarian serv-
ices in Israel which that country
can no longer sustain on her own.
Mrs. Melvin Kolbeit, chairman
of the women's division pre-cam-
paign, pointed out that rising costs
at home and increased pressure
abroad necessitate a larger corn-
mittment from those who care
about the needs to be met.
Peres and Haber have been in-
strumental in increasing the means
by which oppressed Jews can find
lives of freedom and dignity.
Peres, who served as director
general and deputy minister of the
Israel ministry of defense, played
an important role in obtaining the
equipment which has made Israel's
armed forces into a modern army.
In his dual ministry posts he is at
the core of the vital communica-
tions of the country.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee which Haber heads is the larg-
est Jewish overseas welfare serv-
The JDC is one of the benefici-
aries of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund in
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Across From Northland.
A new Hebrew dramatics club,
to aid students in improving their
use of the language, plans to pre-
sent original Hebrew plays under
the auspices of the Jewish Center
Hebrew department. The club
meets 8 p.m. Thursdays at the 10
Mile branch of the Center.
Eliav Nabarin, of the Hebrew
department staff, conducts the
class, for both adults and teen-
agers. A number of productions,
starting with an evening of skits,
are being planned.
• • •
The Hebrevi department also an-
nounces the opening of another
class, taught by Shula Fleischer,
at the 10 Mile branch, 6:30 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays. The class
utilizes the audio-visual learning
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Peres, Haber to Speak Here
at Allied Campaign Functions
Two leaders of the worldwide
Jewish community will be in De-
troit next week to address meet-
ings of the 1971 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund.
Shimon Peres, Israel minister of
transportation and posts, will speak
at the PaceSetters meeting 8 p.m.
Monday at the Great Lakes Club.
Samuel L. Haber, executive vice-
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, will be the guest at
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