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December 05, 1975 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Definition of Zionism

1976 Campaign Officers Named

Louis and Samuel Ham-
burger have been named
treasurers of the 1976 Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund by general
chairmen Dr. Leon Fill and
Merle Harris.
- Thomas I. Klein, Irving
Laker, and Joel D. Tauber
will head three of the six
Trades and Professional
Divisions within-the 1976
Campaign.
The Hamburger brothers,
longtime major contribu-
tors to Detroit's Jewish
community and staunch
supporters of Israel, have
held'the joint responsibility
he treasurer's post for
e than a decade._
Among their major con-
tributions to Detroit's
Jewish institutions are the
niainJobby of the Jewish
Community Center at
Meyers and Curtis, the
medical wing at the Bor-
man Hall facility of the
Jewish Home for Aged,
and the building which

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search performed at Sinai
Hospital. The Hamburger
brothers and their families
are also major supporters
of the capital fund drive
for the new Jewish Com-
munity Center.
Klein has been named to
head the Campaign's Food
Division. A top officer in the
Division of food and bever-
age industry contributors
for several years, Klein is
also a director of the Detroit
Service Group and the Jew-
ish - Community Center, and
is a member of the executive
committee of the Jewish
Welfare. Federation.
Harold Haas, Martin
Henry Ross, and Morris
Fenkell will assist Klein as

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The process of determin-
ing the 1976 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund's formula for al- .
locations will begin at the
27th annual Pre-Campaign
Budget Conference 8 p.m.
Dec. 16, at the new Jewish
Community Center, 6600 W.
Maple Road' in West Bloom-
field. All Federation agency
board members and AJC-
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Jewish Community Cen-
ter's executive committee
and associate chairman of
Federation's new.,National
Agencies Division for
budgeting and planning.
Working with him as co-
chairman of the Division
which includes all busi-
nesses within • the metals
industry, in the automotive
field., and in manufacturing,
will be Philip S. Minkin and
Joseph H. Orley.
The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund is the annual fund-
raising effort of the Jewish
Welfare Federation and fi-
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by Federation President
Martin E. Citrin to attend.
Reports on the programs
and needs of local and na-
tional agencies supported by
Campaign will be made by
Federation's four budget
and planning division chair-
men.
Avern L. Cohn, National
Agencies Division chair-
man, will relate his group's
concerns with regard to se-
lected national programs in
Jewish education, commu-
nity relations and social is-
sues.
A report on local Feder-
ation services in the areas
of health and welfare such
as financial assistance to
the needy, orientation
programs for Soviet Jews,
and meeting the needs of
the elderly will be pre-
sented by Community
Services Division chair-
man Dr. Conrad L. Giles.

Culture and Education
Division chairman Mrs.
Morris J. Brandwine will
outline current local Jewish
education programs and
prospects for current and
additional innovative pro-
grams carried out by the
Jewish Community Council
and Jewish Community
Center.
David Handleman ; chair-
man of the Capital Needs
Committee, will be report-
ing on the committee's anal-
ysis of local agency facility
renovation and expansions.
These will also be a pres-
entation emphasizing over-
seas problems and the cur-
rent humanitarian needs of
Israel.
Audience participation
will be encouraged in dis-
cussions on_ community
priorities and overseas
needs.

Jews Christians Honor Eiecutive

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LAKER

Ray W. MacDonald,
chairman and chief execu-
tive officer of Burroughs
Corp., received the National
Human Relations Award of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, at the
Detroit Round Table's
Brotherhood Dinner at Cobo
Hall Thursday.
MacDonald was cited
"because he has streng-

Prisoner of Month

Program Begun

LOS ANGELES (JTA) —

In an effort to focus public
attention on the plight of a
speci-fic prisoner each
month, the Union of Coun-
cils for Soviet Jews has
started a "Prisoner of the
Month" program to ac-
quaint the public with So-
viet Jewish prisoners.

thened the essential role of
industry in support of civic
causes which benefit all peo-
ple, thus helping to develop
the American sense of com-
munity among our citizens
of different faiths and
races."

OP Court Official
Retirement Told

Myra Richardson, retir-
ing court administrator in
Oak Park, will be tendered a
reception noon Wednesday
at Town and Country Club.
Mrs. Richardson, wife of
the late Simon Richardson
who was a leader in the La-
bor Zionist movement here,
was court administrator for
19 years. She helped form
the Neighborhood Board of
Arbitration to help resolve
neighborhood disputes.

the Hebrew Christian Bible
is racist. Are Isaiah's words
spelling out Zionist hopes at
the entrance to the UN ra-
cist propaganda?
I recall that on one of my
visits to the USSR I was
asked by a leader of the
Ministry of Education,
"What is Zionism?" -
My reply was: "It is the
Jewish effort throughout
ages to emancipate itself
from world imperialism." I
think it is proper to state
now that Zionism has be-
come the Jewish attempt to
emancipate itself from Mos-
lem and Third World imper-
ialism.

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co-chairmen.
Irving Laker will head the
Services-Arts & Crafts Divi-
sion. He has been a Cam-
paign officer for several
years and is active as a di-
rector_ of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service & Community
Workshop.
Laker has chosen James
M. August, Stanley D.
Frankel, Robert L. Siegel,
and Bernard Zemmol as his
co-chairman in the Division
which-includes executive
and other personnel in per-
sonal and business services.
- Joel D. Tauber will lead
the Industrial and Auto-
motive Division for the
second consectuive year.
He is treasurer of the Jew-
ish Family & Children's

Dr. Abraham I. Katsh,
president of Dropsie Univer-
sity, in a letter to the New
York Times, offered a defi-
nition of Zionism, stating in
part:
"For out of Zion shall go
forth the law and the word
of the Lord from Jerusa-
lem." This has been the
motto of Judaism, which for
centuries', in spite of po-
groms, persecutions and
death succeeded in re-estab-
lishing a state in its original
homeland with the approval
of the United Nations.
If Zionism is racism, then

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