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April 09, 1971 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-04-09

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Passover Comes to Iran .

'Junior, Mercantile
Divisions Are Cited

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The second report meeting will
be held the following Sunday, 10
a.m., at the Jewish Center, and
will honor the campaign sections
whose volunteers hive pushed the
section totals over 100 per cent.

Statement by Zuckerman, Fisher

Two Leaders Evaluate Israel's Role

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Two prominent Detroiters eval-
uated Israel's role on the eve of
Passover with messages of confi-
dence in current undertakings.
Having just returned from one
of his numerous trips to Israel,
Paul Zuckerman, national chair_
man of the United Jewish Appeal,
paid honor to Israel's leaders.
Zuckerman inspired scores of
seminars in• Israel by American
visitors and has traveled widely
in many U.S. states to bring the
UJA and Israel messages to Jew-
ish communities. Upon his return
from Israel a few days ago, Zuck-
erman said:
"Having recently returned from
a one-week fact-finding tour of Is-
rael, I feel renewed and inspired
by the courage and conviction
demonstrated by her people. They
are bearing up exceedingly well
under enormous military and econ-
omic pressures. The nature of
these pressures was made clear to
me during my meetings with high-
ranking Israeli officials.
"Minister of Finance Pinhas
Sapir- told me that Israel's defense
expenditures come to $5,000,000 a
day,. and under present citturri-
stances there iS no end -in -gight.;.
With that kin dof burden:' he
said
there is only a pitifulIY .
small sum left for other heeds.'
‘Louis Pincus chairman. of
the Jewish Agency put it'nfirre
bluntly: With a mniimoM-, ..of
50,000 new immigrants - :eipepted
to - arrive this. yeit, our Ubitity.
to providefor them:is'stretched
to the breaking . point.' Without
the help of American Jews; *

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The junior and mercantile and
services divisions of the Allied
Jewish Campaign will be honored
at the first general report meet-
ing. 10 a.m. April 18. at the Jew-
ish Center, Max M. S'haye and
Meyer M. Fishman announced.

Children in one of the kindergartens supported by the Joint
Distribution Committee in Iran, with United Jewish Appeal funds,
bake their own matzo, set the table themselves and conduct their
own seder. To help needy Jews in Europe and North Africa celebrate
the holiday, inc shipped more than 627,000 pounds of matzo and
other Passover supplies earlier this year. JDC also provided special
cash grants to needy Jews in Morocco and Iran to enable them to
purchase Passover supplies locally.

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that the 1971 campaign will far
exceed all previous years.

"It is only through the added
effort of workers to reach every-
one Of their prospects in this cru-
cial period and to get a substantial
increase over last year's giving
that we will be able to report sat-
isfaction with what we have done,"
the chairman said. "The next few
weeks are critical. We must sum-
-mon up all our strength, all of our
effort and all of our dedication to
make the campaign of 1971 the
overwhelmingly successful one
that it must be." Chairmen Shaye
and Fishman pointed out.
The victory dinner and final re-
port is scheduled for May 5.

liberties and human rights to be
enjoyed by all.
"The brave stand of our cour-
ageous fellow Jews in the Soviet
Union impels us to double our ef-
forts to help them in their deter-
mination to live as Jews, and to Volume of Romanian Poet
emigrate to Israel and other free
Published : 50-Year Work
lands.
BUCHAREST (JTA)—A volume
"The tens of thousands pouring
into Israel every year, and again of poems by the renowned Ro-
this year, continues the living manian Yiddish poet, Jacob Stern-
reality of what we celebrate at our berg, has been issued here. Titled
"As the Years Go By," it was
Passover seders.
"Now, critically, Israel's people written during a 50-year period.
must be sustained and strengthened
in the severe trials to which they
IF YOU TURN TIM
are subjected. Her goal — and
ours — is not alone her continued
existence. It is the fulfillment of
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WOW?
!IND A PINAR WINI THAN
the true promise of the Promised
Land — that her people may live
in peace and security, in a nation
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that serves as a beacon light to
the world of a moral and just
'Maio Winorilos, Detroit, Mich.
society."

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being -wn_geil_ „against usAnd if
there is a substantial influx of
Russian Jews, and we pray that
there will be, our ability to ab-
sorb them will depend almost
entirely on.outside help."
The people of Israel, as always,
are courageous and optimistic.
But even as they tighten their
belts another notch-, they can't do
the job alone. During this critical
period, the people of Israel rely
heavily on American Jews for
moral and financial.supoprt. Golda
Meir: as usual, put it to me best:
'We know that in the war against
human need, we have 6,000,000
allies in America.'
Max M. Fisher, president of the
Council of Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds and of the UJA, in
a Passover statement, emphasized
Israel's link with world Jewry
and stated:
"The drama of our people in
Egypt 3,500 years ago has served
as the classic script for our people
still in oppression, and for i.;11
peoples who refuse to be victims
or slaves.
"TodaY's events insist, more
than ever, that we play a central
part in the struggle for freedom.
"Urgent social problems in our
nation call on us for leadership in
the common actions against pov-
erty, and for that equality which
is the promise held out by civil

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