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June 04, 1971 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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Legislature
Louis Berry Named UJA Cash MobilizationI Nebraska
Urges U.S. to Halt
Chairman: Asks Prompt $3.000,000 Paymeni 'Pressure on Israel

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
30—Friday, June 4, 1971

`How to Survive
in Israel' Topic of
Aliya Discussion

An open-end discussion and lec-
ture on "How to Survive in Israel"
will be held for those who think
they want to move to Israel, 2 p.m.
Sunday at the Jewish Center.
Murray S. Greenfield, former
executive director of the Associa-
tion of Americans and Canadians
in Israel, who made aliya, will be
key speaker. Chairman for the
afternoon is Morrie Cooper, chair-
man of the local branch of the
AACA.
While in Detroit, Greenfield will
be the house guest of Dr. Harold
Davidson, chairman of the Detroit
Committee for the American Col-
lege in Jerusalem, of which Green-
field is a member of the board.
The afternoon is meant to im-
press potential settlers with the
problems facing them when trying
to settle in Israel; how . to prepare
oneself for this move; and, finally,
how to survive.

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Louis Berry, long prominent in
community affairs and 1949 chair-
man of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, has been named to head
the cash mobilization committee of
the Jewish Welfare Federation.
The appointment was made pub-
lic by Alan E. Schwartz. Federa-
tion president.
Berry succeeds Irwin I. Cohn
who has successfully served in the
position since the Six-Day War.
Berry succeeds Irwin I. Cohn,
and committees including Sinai
Hospital, Jewish Home for Aged
and the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion. He serves on the Civic Cen-
ter Commission, the Mayor's
Health Care Advisory Committee
and the board of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek.
Leaders of the 1971 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emergency
Fund and members of the board
of governors of the Federation
gathered at noon Tuesday at the
Fred M. Butzel Building to hear
a call by Israel Prime Minister
Golda Meir, by way of transocean
telephone, for immediate cash.
Mrs. Meir said: "I know the
effort involved in getting this
year's pledges, but I hope you will
understand that as much as we
appreciate the commitments that
have been made, it is absolutely
essential for you to raise as much
cash as possible in the very near
future."
In response to the Prime Min-
ister's plea, Paul Zuckerman, na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, and Berry called
on Detroit to mobilize $3,000,000
in cash immediately.
Contributors are already re-
sponding with payments on past,

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Community leaders gathered last week to hear Prime Minister
Golda Meir's plea, via transocean telephone, for immediate cash,
and to set Detroit's cash mobilization committee in motion. Shown
(from left) are Paul Zuckerman, national chairman, United Jewish
Appeal; Louis Beriy, newly appointed chairman of the cash mobiliza-
tion committee; Meyer M. Fishman, 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund chairman; Irwin I. Cohn, retiring mobiliza-
tion committee chairman; Alan E. Schwartz, Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion president; and Hyman Safran, chairman of the Federation's
executive committee.

present and even future pledges
to reach the goal, the chairman
said.
Meyer M. Fishman, 1971 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel E•er-
gency Fund chairman, 'called on
all campaign volunteers to finish
solicitation of some former con-
tributors who have not been
reached this year.
Speaking of the immigrants'
needs, the Prime Minister said:
"One of the great joys of Israel
today is that tens of thousands of
Jews are coming here. Absorption
of these immigrants, providing
housing and jobs for them, cannot
be done without your help."
Mrs. Meir noted that the needs
are greater this year because of

increased immigration of Jews
from the Soviet Union. She said:
"We are very happy about this
development, but we feel that this
is only a fraction of the tens of
thousands who are begging and
pleading to come to Israel. They
have a heroism convinced that
they will win in the end."
"Because immigrants want to
come to Israel, there is a pressing
need to develop job opportunities
for them. American been demon-
strated by their effort in making
the 1971 UJA campaign larger
than it was previously."
The Cash Mcobilization Commit-
tee will meet noon Wednesday
at the Standard-City Club to ac-
celerate payments.

LINCOLN, Neb. (JTA) — The
state legislature of Nebraska has
called on the United States gov-
ernment to "impose no pressure
upon Israel to withdraw or to sacri-
fice any territory without the
establishment of a true peace."
Adherence to a policy of friend-
ship and support for Israel was
urged in a resolution adopted by
the 82nd Legislature here by a
vote of 31-1. The measure was in-
troduced by Senators Terry Car-
penter and Sam Klaver. The only
negative vote was cast by Seri_
Richard Proud.

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Jerusalem Mayor Teddy Kollek ' facilities for settlers who came in
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At a recent symposium on "Cul-
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