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February 14, 1975 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-02-14

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Metro Division. Nets Increase in Pledges Over '74 in Telethon

initiated its Campaign activities
with a successful five-day tele-
thon.
An increase of 25 percent
over 1974 contributions was
posted following the telethon
for the 130 volunteer workers
who obtained 1,300 pledges for
N• the 1975 drive, according to tele-
thon chairman, Harold Zuker,
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and co-chairman, Jack Moore.
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Division chairmen, Morris
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said they were pleased with the
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The Metropolitan Division of
the 1975 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund
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Buy a ticket
to Tel Aviv
and get
Europe free.

Israel is a long way off.
So it makes sense to make a stop on
your way to Tel Aviv.
And there's no better place to stop than
the heart of Europe. Germany. You can
rest, relax, shop, sight-see, even do a
little business in Cologne, Munich, or
Frankfurt. All for the price of a Lufthansa
ticket to Tel Aviv.
All of our flights serve fine kosher foods.
Just place your special order when you
make reservations.
If you'd like further information on our
Tel Aviv flights, call your travel agent or
Lufthansa.

Tel. 961-9666

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The 'Met' kick-off breakfast
meeting scheduled for 10 a.m.
March 9 will be held in Room

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BY SYBIL KAUFMAN
(Copyright 1975, JTA, Inc.)

JERUSALEM — Israel is the
country to which a Jew is not
permitted to "immigrate." Jews
return to Israel and their re-
turn is referred to as "aliya,"
going up.
It is a physical move com-
bined with a spiritual or emo-
tional "going up." This is the
same term used in the syn-
agogue when a man is given an
"aliya" to read from the Torah.
This is the message carried
by former North Americans as
shlicheem (emissaries) from
Feb. 23-March 24 during "Aliya
Month" in the United States
and Canada.
They will be speaking to syn-
agogue and Jewish community
center groups, on university
campuses, in private homes, to
Jewish and communal organi-
zations and to potential immi-
grant groups of the Association
of Americans and Canadians
for Aliya. Yet, each of these
shlicheem will use his own ap-
proach to spread and promote
the concept of aliya as an option
for Jews.

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202 at the main Jewish Center.
Mercantile Division co-chair-
man, Sol Cicurel, will brief
workers from various organiza-
tions and landsmanshaften
throughout metropolitan De-
troit on Campaign needs, re-
sults to date and prospects.
Participating in the meeting
are the Metropolitan Detroit
Bnai Brith Council, Metropoli-
tan Detroit Bnai Brith Bowling
Assoication, Cong. Beth Abra-
ham-Hillel Men's Club, Cong.
Beth Shalom Men's Club, De-
troit Socialites, Jewish Commu-
nity Center Business men's
Club, Golden Friendship Circle,
Jewish Center Culture Club,

Speakers Have Prepared
for U.S. Aliya month

Dr. Sam Dershowitz, a resi-
dent scientist at the Israel Fi-
bers Institute in Jerusalem,
lived in Brookline, Mass. before
coming to Israel. As a religious
man, he wants to talk to the
Jew who identifies as a Jew, to
the Jew who sees a piece of Is-
rael in the future of the Jewish
people and his own life as a
Jew.

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Lawrence S. Jackier, a
member of the United Jewish
Appeal Young Leadership
Cabinet and co-chairman for
the attorney's section of the
AJC-IEF professional divi-
sion, will speak at a special
gifts kick-off meeting 9:45
a.m. Feb. 23 at the main Jew-
ish Community Center. Spe-
cial gifts chairman is Jerome
Greenbaum. Campaign kits
will be distributed following
the briefing.

Former Detroiter Nick
Martin will be speaking to
groups in the Detroit area.
Arrangements for him to
speak can be made through
the Israel Aliya Center,
968-1044.

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German Airlines

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to both workers and contribu-
tors.

LIQl*IDATORS

"Here is a one in 2,000 year
opportunity to participate and
be a part of the future of the
Jewish people."
There is no more important
factor than the living example,
believes Rabbi Joseph Schech-
ter. Rabbi Schechter, who has
lived and worked in Chicago,
Winnipeg and Rochester, Min-
nesota, is presently Associate
Hillel Director at the Mt. Sco-
pus campus of the Hebrew
University. "I can be a positive
living example of one who is
here." .

For two days in mid-January,
the group gathered with Jewish
Agency officials in an immi-
grant hostel in Jerusalem to
hear lectures, participate in dis-
cussions and enrich their back-
ground from other North
Americans who spoke about
aliya last year in the United
States and Canada.
Sima Altman, National Pres-
ident of the Association of
Americans and Canadians in Is-
rael told the two-day seminar of
her experiences speaking for
aliya several months ago. She
urged the participants to "tell
the truth with some kind of in-
spiration; balance the truth
with feeling and understand-
ing. The challenge of life in Is-
rael is meaningful."
Director-General of the Ali-
yah and Absorption Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency, Uzi
Narkiss, told the group that it is
a tough job to speak about Is-
rael and aliya today. "Ap-
proaches depend on how you
`feel out' the audience. Aliya
Month is a framework, We
must hammer, try, take the ini-
tiative to reach the appropriate
people. Tell people about the
Israeli way of life, tell it accord-
ing to your own experience. Tell
them the difficulties — but that
there is hope."

Suite 109

Farmington Hills

851-7333

NEW YORK — ORT India
students are producing their
own magazine with articles
appearing in English and Mara-
thi (the local language of Bom-
bay). The latest issue features
articles on the boys school; the
girls school; hygiene and the Bi-
ble; and Indian Folk Medicine.

of Israel Bonds, Children's Hos-
pital, Fresh Air Society, Jewish
Community Center, Jewish
Community Council, Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
Jewish Home for the Aged,
JVS-CW, Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, Metropolitan Hospital,
Sinai Hospital, Wayne County
Bureau of Social Aid, United
Community Service, Wayne
State University School of So-
cial Work and the Detroit
Board of Education. Harold
Weiss is adviser of the section.

For information, call Ber-
tha Chomsky, Division direc-
tor, at the Federation office.

965-3939.
Meanwhile, the social service
Section of the professional aivi-
sion of the AJC-IEF will hold a
luncheon meeting noon Monday
in the board room of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 163 Madi-
son, Detroit. Campaign section
decisions and assignments will
be finalized at the meeting.
Section chairman is Albert I.
Ascher, Jewish Vocational
Service and Community Work
shop executive director.
Included in the Social Service
Section are selected employes

GRAPHICS
BY
LES LIE

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524-9414

HAVE YOU FORGOTTEN
YOUR MOST IMPORTANT RELATIVE...

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Mrs. Selma Bloom who
lived in Long Island now lives
with her family on a moshav
(small holder's settlement)
and works as a psychiatrict
social worker. In speaking to
various groups, she hopes to
work on the "personal advan-
tage of the individuals. All
will have a personal reason
for having come to the meet-
ing to hear me and I want to
find this out in relation to my
discussion of life in Israel."

ORT India Magazine

31313 Northwestern Hwy.

Jewish Parents Institute, Re-
tired Men's Recreation Club,
Jewish War Veterans, Jewish
War Veterans Bowling League,
Labor Zionist Alliance Groups,
Sholem Aleichem Institute,
United Hebrew Schools and
Workmen's Circle.
"M" Day will culminate the
division's winter activities.
AJC-IEF workers will meet 10
a.m. April 6 in the UHS buda-
ing to return Campaig-. kits
and report results.

One paragraph in your Will,

"I GIVE AND BEQUEATH $
TO THE
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For the constructive Programs
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AND . . .

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both to yourself and to the
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