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March 19, 1971 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-03-19

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Allied Campaign Geared to Open April 1

Moving into the last week before
the official opening dinner of the
1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, volunteer
solicitors redoubled their efforts
in seeking as many pledges as
possible prior to the first report.
The opening dinner is scheduled
for 6:15 p.m. Thursday, April 1,
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek and will
mark the greatest fund-raising ef-
fort that Detroit Jewry has ever
undertaken.

Pre-campaign activity thus far
has resulted in pledges totalling
$8,800,000, Meyer M. Fishman
and Max M. Shaye, chairmen,*
have announced. This represents
an increase of over $2,000,000
more than these same people
gave last year.

"The response to the crisis which
faces us in 1971 has been astound-
ing," the chairmen said. "There
are many Detroiters who have in-
creased their pledges two, three,
four and even five times over their
1970 gifts.
"That spirit must be continued
throughout the entire campaign so
that Israel will not fall short
through lack of support. What we
do now will affect us and our
families and all Jews for many

years to come."
The chairmen pointed out that
Israel must keep a constant mili-
tary- vigilance and maintain its
defense material if it is to survive
and this takes 90 per cent of its
tax income, leaving little to care
for the ill and the children, and to
aid the 50,000 immigrants who
come from lands of oppression
each year to find a new life in
Israel.
Martin Agronsky, news com-
mentator and television journalist,
will be guest speaker at the open-
ing dinner on April 1. Familiar to
TV audiences, A g r on s k y has
maintained a vital interest in Mid-
dle East affairs ever since he be-
gan his career as a cub reporter
on the Palestine Post, Israel's
English language paper. He went
on to become an award-winning TV
commentator and international cor-
respondent for the networks. At
present he is with the Washington
Post-Newsweek radio and TV net-
work.
A professional division fund-
raising event will be the podia-
trists' section meeting at
8:30 p.m. Thursday at Rascal
House. Dr. Irvin 0. Kanat is
chairman with Dr. Mathew Boro-

voy as co-chairman; Dr. Benjamin men Fishman and Shaye said.
C. Stein and Dr. Norbert Ketai, "Victory for ourselves, because we
have lived up to our responsibili-
advisors.
ties and a victory for those we find
The Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund will in our more than 50 agencies and
programs here at home through-
close with a victory dinner on
out the United States; in Israel
May 5.
"We hope that we can report a and 30 other countries of the
real victory at that time," Chair- world." (Photos, Page 17)

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Zionist Organization of Detroit
to Sponsor Art Auction April 4

An art auction show, proceeds
to be used for scholarships in the
Israel agricultural school and the
Molly Goodman High School at
Kfar Silver, will be sponsored by
the Zionist Organization of Detroit
April 4 at the Zionist Cultural
Center.
Dr. and Mrs. Alex Friedlaender
are co-chairmen of the function
which will commence with a pre-
view from 5 to 7 p.m., the art
show to continue from 7 p.m.
Dr. Joel Hamburger, ZOD presi-
dent, announced that the function
has been arranged as part of a
program to provide extra scholar-
ships at Kfar Silver for the sum-
mer months as well as for the
entire year's enrollment in the
Mollie Goodman High School.

Dr. Friedlaender stated that
the art show will be conducted
by one of the leading experts in
the art world, William Haber. The
Haber firm has informed Dr.
Friedlaender that among the
works to be made available at
this art auction will be creations
by Picasso, Chagali, Miro, Gat,
Ret, Rayo, Utrillo, Jansem,
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noir, Matisse, Whistler, Rem-
brandt, Calder, Israeli artists
and others.

William Haber, who will person-
ally direct the art auction in behalf
of the directing firm, has been
described as a one-man show. He
is noted for his expertise and his
knowledge of the art to be made
available, as well as the staff
assisting him.
"My only problem is supply,"
Haber said. "We sell out at all
times. There isn't anything I buy
that 10 can't sell. We always at-
tract terrific audiences. A good
percentage are professionals—law-
yers, architects and doctors."
Haber's works are sold for $20
to $1,000, but the majority have
price tags between $50 and $100.
"In addition," he said, "I occa-
sionally stop the bidding on a piece
if I feel it is beyond die point
where the buyer is getting his
money's worth. I don't want my
customers to be carried away in
the bidding. It's bad, from the
standpoint of goodwill."
Haber was born in New York,
attended City College and began
selling paintings and antiques in
the Bronx 20 years ago.

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Group Burns Israeli Flag
at Argentinian Memorial

BUENOS AIRES (JTA) — An
Israeli flag was publicly burned
here recently at a memorial for
Gen. Juan Manuel de Rosas, an
Argentinian nationalist leader and
governor of 'Buenos Aires province,
who died 94 years ago.
The memorial was organized by
the Junta Cruz Del Sur, a national-
ist group. Leaflets exalting an
extreme right-wing group that is
strongly anti-Semitic were distri-
buted.

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