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January 29, 1971 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-01-29

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Mounting:Allocations -Planned_ for Israel
Allied Campaign Preparation Now in Progress

crisis is pronounced," Schwartz in the Michigan Association
With the anticipation of a •cam- the guest speaker at the second and Sol G. Kurtzman are associate said. "We cannot fail Israel. We Jewish College Students at the
paign achievement far beyond the gathering of the 1171 Leadership chairmen.
fail to keep a strong com- Jewish Center.
Serving as pre-campaign chair- cannot
Schwartz said that the appoint-
$11,600,000 raised in 1970, the Development Institute In Detroit
munity at home. We can do both
board of governors of the Jewish at a meeting 11:31 p.m. Tuesday, men are George D. Kell and Weis- if every Jew in Detroit will make ments were in line with the recent
Welfare Federation approved the at the Franklin borne of Mr. and berg.
an extra effort in this year's resolution on the involvement of
Campaign vice chairmen are campaign pledge."
college-age youth in the activities
1971 budget formula under which Mrs. Paul Zuckerman.
The institute is a continuing Charles Litt, Thomas I. Klein and
Youth is taking its place in the of local federations, adopted by
all funds pledged over $7,230,000
will be allocated to the- Israel educational program for selected Martin H. Ross.
budget and planning divisions of the Council of Jewish Federations
young men interested in commu- Chairman Fink said that "In 1970 the Federation to bring its point and Welfare Funds General As-
Emergency Fund.
pity leadership and presents local our division exceeded the $1,000,- of view to social planning, sembly in Kansas City.
Indicating a growing awareness and national leaders who speak on 000 level of giving from nearly 700
said, announcing the
Sigma Delta Tau Sorority at the
in the community of the ,serious- communal problems and programs. contributors. This year, with the Schwartz
appointments of three college University of Michigan has sent a
ness of the "Crisis Israel" 1971 co Members of the 1971 m
* stitute plea for extra support from Israel students.
for $136.38 to the 1971 Allied
Allied J e w I s h Campaign-Israel
. - Stanley as well as the increasing needs of
planning committee are
Robert Lubin, a senior at Wayne Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergen-
Emergency Fund, the co-chairmen, Berger, Dr. Conrad Giles, David Jews in Iron Curtain countries
'Meyer M. Fishman and Max M. Hermelin and Harold Biumenstein. and the increased costs of our
Each year members of the soror-
Shaye, issued a call for increased Participating in the program are services here at home, we must named to the education division, is
president of the Brig Britil Hillel ity on the Ann Arbor campus spon-
giving and for enrollment Of large Michael Aller, Dr. Jules Alt- do much better."
sor a spaghetti dinner to raise
A pre-campaign cabinet meet- Foundation at Wayne.
forces of volunteers to reach the man, Eliot H. Bank, Dr. Eli V.
Andrea Norman, sophomore at funds for philanthropic projects.
year's emergency goals.
Berger, Robert M. Citrin, Dr. John Mg is scheduled for noon, Feb.
They announced that arrange- Cohen, Dr. Loren S. Daniels, Har- 5, at the Fred M. Butad Wayne State and vice president of At a special meeting following
ments are being completed for the old Dean, Robert S. Dunsky, Dr. Memorial Building, to continue the Hillel Foundation, has been this year's dinner, the girls voted
black tie preliminary dinner to be Stuart Falk, Dr. Darryl T. Gold- review of pre-campaign pros- appointed to serve on the health to donate a part of the -Proceeds
to the Wild Emergencr-Pultd,'
and welfare division.
held Feb. 9 at Cong. Shaarey Zedek berg, Martin R. Goldman, Harvey peets.
Judi Rapoport, second*** .pres-
with Israel Ambassador to the Grace, Jerome B. Greenbaum, The dentists' section will have
Merrill Marks, a member of the
United States Itzhak Rabin and Wallace M. Handler, Michael J. an assignment and orientation community relations division, is ident of the chapter,--stated"-that
Mrs. Rabin as guests of honor. Hermanoff, Robert A. Karbel, rally 8:15 p.m. Wednesday in the former president of Oakland Uni- the decision was made . because
They announced that a reception David R. Kratzke, William Z. social hall of Sutton Place Apart- versity's Jewish Students Associa- "this is an area of particular in-
at 8:30 p.m. prior to the dinner will Krasnick, Joel A. Lubin, Allan ments. Tom Klein, member of tion.
terest and concern" to the mem-
have as hosts: Nachman, Robert Portnoy, Allen Young Leadership Cabinet, United
These students are participants bers of the sorority::
Ross, Harold Rossen, Mark Jewish Appeal, will speak.
Mandell L. Berman, Louii Berry,
Within the Allied Jewish Cam-
Louis C. Blumberg, Abraham and Shaevsky, Dr. Louis Soverinsky,
Paul Borman, Irwin L. Cohn, Al. Bernard Stollman, Sheldon P. paign fund of 87,250,0N, 54 per Midrasha Program for Summer Study
will be designated for do-
-.- fred L. Deutsch, Sol Eisenberg, Winkelman
Marvin is J. chair- mestic programs, local and na-
Nathan and
L. Fink,
Max M. Fisher, Meyer M. Fish-
and 50 per cent for over- in Israel Cited by Jewish Agency
man, Samuel Frankel, Irwin Green, man of the food division of tional,
seas and Israel after allowing
The United Hebrew 'Schools' communities, Including Los
Warren I). Greenstone, Lewis S. the 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign- for
costs and a reserve Midrasha-College
Israel Emergen-
of Jewish Studies Angeles and Cleveland, "have
Grossman, Louis and Samuel Ham-
for shrinkage of pledges.
been cited by the department taken the lead in organizing sum-
burger, David and Paul M. Handle-
The domestic category will make has
culture of the mer study tours of Israel for their
man, Daniel M. Honigman, Arthur
der, chairman of available an increase of almost 10 Jewish Agency-American Section high school youth, a program that
Howard, Maxwell Jospey, Barney
per cent for increased costs of for its three-year-old summer study has developed considerably
L. Keywell, Edward C. Levy, Mil-
throughout the country in the past
fessions, has an- operation, according to Alan E. program in Israel.
ton J. Miller, David S. Mondry,
Schwartz, Federation president.
decade with the cooperation of the
Hyman Safran, Alan E. Schwartz,
UHS Superintendent Dr. Albert education and culture department
Fink succeeds Releasing the formula figures,
Max M. Shaye, Abe Shiffman,
Schwartz pointed out that this Elazar was named among school of the Jewish Agency." Local
Erwin S. Simon, Leonard N. Si-
berg who served will confront the budget and plan- executives in three cities for their federations have given the re-
mons, Richard Sloan, A. Alfred
as chairman for ning divisions of Federation with pioneering efforts in establishing quired financial support.
Taubman, Harold S. Victor, Stanley
two years and is serious difficulties in reviewing such groups in Israel, it was an-
The Midrasha program is for
J. Winkelman, George M. Zeltzer
nounced by Dr. Emanuel Hack- high school groduates at the Cen-
a 1971 pre-cam- agency requests.
and Paul Zuckerman.
From the $11,600,000 total pledged man, chairman of the department's ter for Jewish Education in the
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman, paign chairman.
Diaspora, at the Hebrew Univer-
Irving Meckler is co-chairman to the campaign last year, the national advisory committee.
executive vice chairman of
was set at $6,600,000,
Dr. Hackman said the three sity.
United Jewish Appeal, will be of the division. Morton Feigenson campaign
maximum for the Allied Jewish
with an additional $5,000,000 going
to the Israel Emergency Fund.
Attorneys Mobilize for Campaign
The action of the board of gov
ernors is an additional step in the
budgeting process which began last
summer when the health, welfare
and educational agencies in De-
The Jewish News wishes to correct an injustice contained in its troit submitted their operating
charge, in the issue of Jan. 15, that Mark Ethridge, Free Press editor, budgets for 1971-72.
had doctored a letter from Mayor Teddy Kollek of Jerusalem. The
In December, the pre-campaign
Jewish News published a letter that was written by Mr. Kollek before budgeting conference was held to
he had received the text of the Ethridge interview with him. But give the community a voice in de-
that letter was not mailed to Ethridge, and another version, written termining how the money which
two days later, was the actual text received by the Free Press.
they pledge to the 1971 Allied Jew-
Thus, the error stemmed from an oversight in the Jerusalem ish Campaign-Israel Emergency
office, The Jewish News naturally having taken for granted that only Fund will be spent.
Consideration of agency requests
one letter — the copy it received — was written by Mayor Kollek.
We remain in disagreement with Mark Ethridge over the sources and community sentiment is given
4....he contacted and the type of material he used in presenting his reports by the executive committee of
Attorneys' Pace llettesis - section set into motion set hies for the
on Israel But we would never condone an injustice, and we therefore Federation prior to consideration 1971 Allied Jowl= Compalgalaraet Esnorgescr Fond at a recent
withdraw the charge we published against him on the basis of this by the entire board. Final step will meeting. In the photo are (Om left) Norman D. Katz, professional
come after the campaign in the
letter we received on Wednesday from Jerusalem:
eo-chakmanvJack A. labium, prelessimi division chair-
January 21, 1971 spring when agency budgets are divides
man; Joel G. lea's, attorneys' soctisw chairman; Many Taker,
again reviewed by the Federation attorneys' section co-chairman; and Erwin. Illegainsan, attorneys'
Mr. Philip Slomovitz
budget and planning divisions for section associate chairman. The weeds( was held in the home of
The Jewish News
any changes, and final allocation Alan E. Schwartz, preside= of the Jewish _Welfare Federation.
17515 W. 9 Mile Road
is made for agency operation.
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Requests from local agencies
Dear Mr. Slomovitz:
Wei.zinann Society's Gift to Cain -
Today I received the January 15 issue of the Jewish News. in which for 1971 operating - deficits are
you printed two different copies of Mayor Kollek's letter to Mr. Eth- $2,740,000, an increase of ;148,-
The second letter which appeared in the Detroit Free Press on health and welfare services were
January 8 was indeed the correct one. The letter you received was confronted by a decrease in
written before we had seen Mr. Ethridge's article on Jerusalem. Nat- grants from United Community
urally, Mayor Kollek had to change his response because Mr. Ethridge Services.
In addition to increased costs
had discussed with him Mr. al-Khatib's comments during their inter-
Detroit agencies face demands for
I deeply regret that the two letters were printed and hope that expanded services in areas such as
Jewish education, college youth,
* you will advise your readers and Mr. Ethridge of this oversight.
retarded children and the pressure
Sincerely yours,
for new facilities.
Joan Nathan
In 1970, the Torch Drive allo-
Foreign Press Officer
The copy of a letter addressed to Mr. Ethridge which WK received cated ;1,254,450 to five agencies—
Air Society, Jewish Com-
was dated Dec. 22, and it reached us on the morning of the publication
of the differing text in the Free Press—on Jaa. IL The accompanying munity Center, Jewish Family and
Service, Jewish Voca-
letter from Jesusalem's mayor, with the Dec. 22 text was dated Dec. 29.
Service-Community Work-
The. Free Press text published on Jan. 8 was dated Dec. 24. Our Mien- tional
Hospital Rittman
dos to the exact latter text was called only on Jan. 21, and a copy of it Clinic. For 1971,
its allocation is
Presentation of a cheek for $11111 was made te_the 1971 Allied
was submitted to as on Jan. 22 by Jo Stroud, Free Press assedate editor. ;1,245,000, so that Federation is
Meanwhile, while writing to us to correct its blunder, Mayer Kol- faced with making up the deficit.
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Fond ilia the Welmorr - -.1
lek's "Foreign Press Officer" also wrote to the Free Presi, and Joan National agencies are requesting Chaim Mamma Sogistp, prior to the neeetag_ of the ftesnary4lIts
Nathan's letter beat vs to the gun and appeared in the Thursday Free $559,000 as compared to ;309,500 In section at -the metropolitan division, Jan: 24, at the JIM= Ceuta.
At the lISTININO are (km left) Alan Miami, ehatimen et the
In justice to Mr. Ethridge, we present these facts to indicate that 1970.
"Our agencies are holding the metropolitan divisleick Mario Friedman, chairman et Distrearie,

An Error From Jerusalem
Involving the Free Press

the blunder stemmed Dm the Jerusalem office of Mayer Kash.
—P.S. line as far as possible so that a
full force of money can be sent
NEWS overseas and to Israel where the
48 - 4,11/ffelanisty g0,1971


gifts seals= Mrs. Joseph Newmark, Mr. Newmark, eachairmen of
the Israel Entergesey Fuld for the Main Wakes= Society; and
Morris Siam, president of the 'society.

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