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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-13

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AJCampaign's 1st Report Rally Sunday Morning

Allied Jewish Campaign
workers will rally in Room
384 of the Jewish Center, 10
a.m. Sunday, to hear re-
ports on the drive's 'programs,
Samuel Frankel and Paul
M. Handleman, general
chairmen announced.
Michael Radomislsky, a So-
viet Jew now living in Is-

rael, who immigrated there
last year at the age of 24,
will address the meeting.
Radomislsky had become a
factory worker at the age of
16 and attended evening
school sessions in Russia
until he graduated as a tech.
nician-engineer of polygra-
phy. He now lives in Kibutz

Ein Ha mifratz and attends
an ulpan to further his ab-
sorption into his new life.
Frankel said in reference
to the visitor: "Radomislsky
was born the same year as
Israel. At 25, both the coun•
try and this man are young
and alive and free. It is be-
cause of our efforts for the

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AJC-IEF that Jews such as
Michael have been able to
get to Israel."
"We urge all our workers
to renew their efforts and
make every possible at-
tempt to solicit their pros-
pects before the first report
meeting Sunday," said Han-
dleman.
During the morning, each

of the nine campaign divi-
sions will convene individ-
ual meetings for re-assign-
ments and reorganization to
ensure the success of the
1973 drive, the chairman said.
Reservations for the re-
port meeting and continental
breakfast Sunday may be
made by contacting the Fed-
eration office, WO 5-3939.

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Shown are, from left, C. Kenneth Sarason, Temple
Emanu-E1 financial secretary; Morton Wolin, president;
Nathan Feldman religious vice president; William Avrunin,
Federation executive vice president; and Milton Lucow, past
temple president and chairman of the 100 per cent committee.

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Three Jewish Welfare Federation and Allied Jewish
Campaign leaders will discuss the motivations of volunteers
on Channel 2's Highlights at 9:45 a.m. Sunday. Mandell
L. Berman, president of the Jewish Welfare Federation,
center, Burton Farbman, chairman of the executive com-
mittee of Federation's junior division, and Mrs. Merle
Harris, women's division chairman for the 1973 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign, left, will be interviewed by Mrs. Evelyn
Orbach, broadcast associate for the Jewish Community
Council, extreme right. The discussion on volunteer moti-
vation is the final program in a four-part series, produced
by the Federation in cooperation with the Jewish Com-
munity Council. The series is part of Highlights' investiga-
tion about "Changing Patterns of Jewish Life."

Temple Emanu-El is near-
ing 100 per cent congrega-
tional participation in the
Allied Jewish Campaign-Is-
rael Emergency Fund, ac-
cording to Morton Wolin,
temple president.
Wolin, who presented a
copy of the congregation's
resolution calling for total
support of the 1973 AJC-IEF
to William Avrunin, execu-
tive vice president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
said: "Temple Emanu-El has
always been active in com-
munity projects. This resolu-
tion, under which we are
currently acting, seeks add-
ed means to do something
positive and concrete with-
in the organized structure of
the community. We're co-
operating closely with cam-
paign workers and with the
Federation in this effort. I'm
proud to say that only a
small percentage of our 570
member families haVe yet to
pledge and to show their
recognition of their obliga-
tion to all Jews in the world-
wide community."
Wolin said "Emanu-El has
joined the more than 300
other congregations across
the country which have acted
upon similar resolutions. We
hope other Detroit congrega-
tions will do the same."
Rabbi Milton Rosenbaum
stated in his message, "We
Jews actualize our faith by
specific acts. None is more
basic to Judaism than char-
ity and the concern of Jews
for each other. Therefore,
Temple Emanu-El believes
that every Jew worthy of the
name should be a contribut-
ing partner in our commun-
ity's Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund."
Avrunin accepted the reso-
lution, stating that "It will
undoubtedly help to benefit
distressed Jews everywhere,
to maintain our services here
at home, and to continue to
improve the quality of Jew-
ish life."

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6 Guilty of Spying;
Worst Charge Erased

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'01MJTA) — Six of
.erected with
the Syrian-directed Arab-
eirish spy ring were found
guilty by a Haifa district
court after pleading guilty
to the charges against them.
The six agreed to submit
guilty pleas after the court,
on the request of the pros-
ecution, agreed to drop the
most serious charge — con-
spiring to help the enemy in
its war against Israel. That
charge carries a penalty of
life imprisonment.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 13, 1973-11

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