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April 23, 1976 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

12 April 23, 1976

AJC-IEF to Hear Journalist

(Continued from Page 1)
Traditionally, according
to AJC-IEF general chair-
man Dr. Leon Fill and Merle

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Harris, the closing meeting
ends Campaign activities.
The AJC-IEF benefits
nearly 60 local, national and
overseas humanitarian
agencies concerned with the
maintenance and improve-
ment of the quality of Jew-
ish life, with the primary
beneficiary the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
There is a charge for the
affair, and reservations are
required. For information,
call Esther Prussian at the
Campaign office, 965-3939.
The Campaign's final re-
port meeting before the
closing event will be held
9:45 a.m. Sunday at the new

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Jewish Community Center.
Samuel L. Haber, retir-
ing executive vice chair-
man of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee and
executive committee mem-
ber of the United Jewish
Appeal, will be the guest
speaker.
The chairmen and officers
of the six trades and profes-
sional divisions within the
Campaign will report on
their progress since the
April 11 meeting, as will
leaders from the Women's,
Junior, and Metropolitan
Divisions.
A continental breakfast
will be served.

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Retiring Avrunin Will Be Honored
at Federation-Sponsored Dinner

William Avrunin, execu-
tive vice president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
whose retirement effective
June 1 was reported earlier,
will be honored at a commu-
nity-wide dinner 7:30 p.m.
May 10 at the Jewish Com-
munity Center, announced
Federation president Mar-
tin E. Citrin. Cocktails will
be served at 6:30.
Max M. Fisher, chairman
of the Jewish Agency for
Israel and former Federa-
tion president, is chairman
of the dinner to which com-
munity leaders and workers
have been invited. Fisher's
co-chairmen for the meeting
are Citrin and Federation
vice president Mrs. Max
Stollman.
Avrunin has been the
chief executive of Federa-
tion since September 1964.
Under his leadership, the
annual Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund has maintained De-
troit's national reputation
as one of the foremost or-
ganized Jewish communi-
ties.
Detroit's Federation re-
ceived the coveted Shroder
Award, the highest service
honor bestowed by the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfaie Funds
(CJF) upon Jewish com-
munal agencies, in 1968 for
developing the idea of the
Jewish Community Foun-
dation. The foundation

WILLIAM AVRUNIN

promotes • and finances
demonstration and pilot
programs related to Jew-
ish communal services for
Federation agencies and
other beneficiaries.
A devoted champion of

Inter-Faith Seder
Held in Teaneck

TEANECK, N. J. (JTA) —
Leaders of the Catholic,
Protestant and Reform Jew-
ish community participated
at a special seder Wednes-
day at Temple Emeth utiliz-
ing a new Passover Bicen-
tennial Hagada relating
the ancient Hebrew festival
to the Jewish quest for
rights and freedom in
America. The Hagada was
written by Rabbi Abraham
J. Klausner of Temple
Emanuel, Yonkers, N.Y.

the Federation idea, which
he described in a paper pre-
sented at the 1974 General
Assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations (CJF),
Avrunin said he sees the
Federation as a voluntary
association with the limita-
tions inherent in such or-
ganizations, but one which
is continually adapting to
the changing needs of the
community.
Before coming to Detroit
as associate director of
Federation in 1948,
Avrunin was regional di-
rector of the East Centre"
States for the CJF and tl
executive director of th
Fort Wayne, Ind., Federa-
tion.
Federation associate di-
rector Sol Drachler will be-
come executive director
upon Avrunin's, retirement.
Associate director Samuel
Cohen has been named asso-
ciate executive director by
the Federation board of gov-
ernors.
For reservations and in-
formation, contact the Jew-
ish Welfare Federation of-
fice, 965-3939.

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Grueber Forest
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JERUSALEM — Mem-
bers of the Germany-Israel
Friendship Association
planted trees in the Dr.
Heinrich Grueber Forest on
their recent visit to Israel.
The late Dean Grueber
was an honorary president
of the association and - the
initiator of the forest itself
which was to commemorate
the "Grueber Office", the
group of Dr. Grueber's col-
leagues and friends who
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Kissinger's . Role
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NEW YORK (ZINS) — In
a book to be published in
May, Adm. Elmo FL Zum-
walt, Jr., chief of U.S. naval
operations, accused Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissin-
ger of delaying supplies to
Israel during the 1973 war
and of blaming James
Schlesinger, then secretary
of defense, for the delay.
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that he (Kissinger) wanted
Israel to lose the war. He
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to win decisively. He wanted
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to soften it up for the pDst-
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