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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-08

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6 Friday, April 8, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Allied Jewish. Campaigners Spurring 1977
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paign report meeting. 9:45
a.m. April 17, in the Jewish
Community Center Studio
Theater.
Hy Kalus, artistic direc-
tor of the Jerusalem Thea-
ter and one of Israel's lead-
ing film and stage produc-
er-directors, will be guest
speaker.
At this gathering midway
in the Campaign, leaders of
all AJC-IEF divisions will
share the results to date of
their workers' solicitation
efforts. Workers are being
asked to reach as many
prospective contributors as
possible prior to that date.
The report meeting will
begin at 9:45 with Channel
2's "Highlights" program,
featuring an interview with
Martin E. Citrin, president
of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration; Daniel M. Honig-
man, chairman of the 1977
Campaign; and Dulcie Rose-
nfeld, chairman of the
Women's Division cam-
paign.
A second report meeting
will he held April 24 at the
Jewish Community Center.
Diplomat and Middle East
observer Ira Hirschmann
will be guest speaker. The
1977 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign closes May 4.
* * *

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The Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency
Fund is the star of its own
60-second "special" on sev-
eral radio stations through-
out the Detroit area, thanks

WITHOUT YOU,
WE'RE
NOTHING.

Without people, Glassman Olds would be
just another vacant lot. And we'd be watching
weeds grow instead of a business.
Which is why we try to treat our
customers well. We want you to buy your
cars from us. And we know we have to make
it worth your while. Or else.
People come first at Glassman Olds.
They have to. Or, very simply, there'd be
no Glassman Olds.

WHERE PEOPLE STILL COME FIRST

to a local advertising man
and his friends.
James M. August, of
Yaffe Stone August, Inc.,
advertising agency, di-
rected the preparation of
the 60-second public service
announcements, which
focus on local needs in the
Jewish community and the
role played by the Cam-
paign in meeting those
needs.
One of the three radio
spots relates to family prob-
lems and child abuse. The
others describe the lone-
liness of the aged and the
confusion and fear of the
new immigrant. How the
Detroit Jewish community
strives to answer their
needs is told at the con-
clusion of the tapes:
through the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergen-
cy Fund.
Narrator of the radio
spots is Harry Goldstein, a
longtime radio commercial
personality. Henry C.
Schneidewind also is heard
on one of the tapes. Both do-
nated their time, as did tal-
ent agent Leslie Fargo.
The scripts were written
by Yaffe Stone August vice
president and director of
creative services Bob
Pevac, and Ron Rose Pro-
ductions contributed produc-
tion facilities and tape dupli-
cation.

August, co-chairman of
the Services-Arts & Crafts
Division of the Allied Jew-
ish Campaign-Israel Emer-
gency Fund, has long been
active in the Campaign and
is on the board of directors
of the Jewish Vocational
Service. He is a member of
Federation's Community
Services budget and plan-
ning division.

Weiler Will Chair
Lamm Inaugural

Israeli Politicians Raise Funds
in U.S. Without Registering

NEW YORK—Jack D.
Weiler has been named
chairman of the con-
vocation and dinner cele-
brating the inauguration of
Dr. Norman Lamm as presi-
dent of Yeshiva University,
to be held May 1 at the
New York Hilton Hotel. Wei-
ler is a member of the
board of trustees of Ye-
shiva Univetsity and is
chairman of the board of
oberseers of the in-
stitution's Albert Einstein
College of Mecicine.
Coinciding with Law Day
USA, the convocation and
dinner 'will participate in
the national observance
with an emphasis on the
centrality of law in the Ju-
daic heritage.
Dr. Lamm, a 49-year-old
scholar, author, spiritual
leader and philosopher, was
elected the third president
in Yeshiva University's his-
tory in August 1976. An
alumnus of the university
and a former faculty mem-
ber, he has gained wide re-
spect for his interpretations
of modern problems in the
light - of talmudic law.

Election Politics

TEL AVIV (ZINS)—A
total of 18 new political par-
ties have appeared in Israel
during the past few months.

Last fall, Mr. and Mrs.
August were in the Detroit
delegation of the -United
Jewish Appeal "This Year
in Jerusalem" mission.

Co-chairmen of program
are Mrs. Morris Adler and
Mrs. George Parzen. For
reservations, call chairmen
Mrs. Abe Katzman, LI 7-
5688.

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The Optometrists Section of the Professional Division
of the Allitd Jewish Campaign held its annual brunch re-
cently at Knollwood Country Club. Shown are, from left,
Dr. Harvey Cole, section chairman; Dr. Paul B. Solway,
section associate chairman; special guest Dr. Jacob C.
Hurwitz, a consultant with the UAW Social Security Dept.;
and Dr. Paul C. Feinberg, Professional Division chairman.

NEW YORK—A number
of prominent Israeli politi-
cians and their associates
have been soliciting money
in the United States for po-
litical campaigns at home,
possibly in violation of
American law requiring reg-
istration, according to Lee
Dembart of the New York
Times.
Representatives of arch-
eologist Yigael Yadin, head
of the new Democratic
Movement for Change,
have reportedly gathered
$40,000 to $50,000 in the
United States to help fi-
nance the party's campaign
in the Israeli elections May
17.
Maj. Gen. Ariel Sharon,
the standard-bearer of the
new Shlomzion party, spent
last weekend in New York

attending fund-raising par-
ties.
Israeli law does not prohi-
bit candidates from seeking
foreign contributions, and
American law does not pro-
hibit citizens from giving
money to foreign politi-
cians.
But the Justice Depart-
ment said last week that
persons solicitng money
here for foreign political
causes were required to reg-
ister as foreign agents and
that neither Sharon nor
Yddin had registered.

Penalties for not register-
ing depend on whether the
failure is "willful." In the
extreme, willful failure to
register is punishable by up
to five years in prison and
a $10,000 fine. Lesser civil
penalties can he assessed
under different circum
Internal Spying
stances. .5.
Menahem Begin, head of
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Isser the opposition Likud, has
Harel, former head of the also made several trips to
Israel Secret Service (1952- the United States recently
1963 ), said in a recent press and has reportedly engage'
conference that the secret in partisan fund-raising ac
service in Arab countries tivities while here.
has not been a factor
Last spring there was an
against Israel.
outcry in the Knesset over
reports in Israel
He said their primary pur- published
that Begin had collected
pose is to protect the gov- money for his party in the
ernment in power and to fo- United States while here to
ment intrigues in other raise funds for the United
Arab countries.
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