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December 27, 1974 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-12-27

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14—Friday, Dec. 27, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

UAHC Launches Drive to Alert U.S. Jews to World Hunger Issue

NEW YORK (JTA) — The
Union of American Hebrew
Congregations launched a
"consciousness raismg" drive
and action campaign to make
Atherican Jews aware of the
imperative need to assist in
the alleviation of hunger in
the world.
A meeting of the move-
-ment's commission on social
action, a joint body of the
UAHC and Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis,
recommended e d u c a tio n-
al and personal • involve-
mentprojects for the move-
ment's 715 synagogues in the
United States and Canada.
This effort will be-climaxed
during Passover by urging
the UAHC's 1.1 million

Palestinian-Hussein Accord
Unlikely, Lebanese PollShows

BONN—Many Palestinians ticat students at Beirut Uni-
say they believe that recon- versity.

ciliation between King Hus-
The survey, published here
sein and the Palestinians is in the weekly Quick, report-
Impossible, according to a ed that 76 percent_ of the
recent survey of 800 Pales- refugees interviewed believed
tinian refugees who were in- that reconciliation is impos-
terviewed by Lebanese poli- sible, 13 percent thought it
was possible and 11 percent
had no answer.
The majority also said they
believed that an independent
Palestinian state established
between Israel and Jordan
would never survive, voting
18 percent, yes; 77 percent,
no; and 5 percent, no answer.
Asked if a joint co-exist-
ence is possible between Is-
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the Palestinians answered:
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of the government and the
public."
Alex Ross, NYC. chairman
of the commission's subcom-
mittee on this question, stated
that the congregations would
be sent educational materials,
special religious services and
program suggestions for their
members. Ross announced
that the Passover festival
would • be used as a focal
point for the Reform Jewish
effort, and membership
pledge cards will be for-
warded for distribution.
They will ask members to:
observe austerity in their
eating habits at congrega-
tional meals, in the home

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members and other - Jews to
sign pledge cards commit-
ting themselves to specific
personal, synagogue and com-
munity activities to feed the
poor.
Albert Arent, commission
chairman from Washington,
citing the urgency for in-
volvement and action, said:
"Waste is a sin, but failure
to find means to deliver food
to those in need is an even
greater sin." He called upon
the U.S. government to take
"generous initiatives in help-
ing. to feed the hungry of the
world, not forgetting the.
hungry in our own midst. We
need vigorous plans to con-
serve and share our resou=rc-
es. This requires cooperation

Editor's Note: Guidance on
important problems provided
by Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion-United Jewish Charities
Endowment Fund Tax Advi-
sory Committee. Professional
advice about issues discussed
in these columns should be
secured from an attorney or
an estate planning adviser.
Questions of general interest
in these matters should be
addressed to "Taxes and
Your Future", care of the
Jewish News, 17515 W. Nine
Mile, Southfield, Mich. 48075.
Q. What is a testamentary
trust?
A; A trust that is set up by
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management worries. Many
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charities to invest' the assets
and pay her an income for
life.
Again, we strongly urge
you to consult - your estate
planner.
OUr JWF-UJC Endowment
Fund Tax Advisory Commit-
tee reminds you at year-end:
The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund asks every member of
the Jewish community to
make one gift every year to
support today's needs.
The United Jewish Char-
ities asks the same member
to make one gift — during
your lifetime or through your
will — to support tomorrow's
needs — through our Endow-
ment Program.
The needs are great —
locally nationally and over-
seas. The tradition- of con-
cern for our kinsmen Ls in-
herent in our heritage. We
must, by example, pass this
legacy on to our children—
from Generation to Genera-
tion.

and personally; support legis-
lative action providing more
food and fertilizer to needy
nations; and participate in in-
direct community relief acti-
vities.
Ross stated that the Re-
form movement would estab-
lish a center for the collec-
tion of funds from congrega-
tions and members to distri-
bute to relief agencies and
countries in need.

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