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November 04, 1977 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-11-04

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40 Friday, November 4, 1977 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rabin, Mrs. Brailove Encourage Campaign Women's Division Leaders

A head start for the
Women's Division of the
1978 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency

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he appeared before a group
of leading contributors last
week.
Rabin was special guest
at the luncheon, held at the
David and Marion Handle-
man home in Bloomfield
Hills. The invitees, Cam-
paign contributors of $6,000

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and more, were addressed
by Mathilda Brailove, for-
mer chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal National
Women's Division.
Although he expressed
concern about developments
in U.S.-Israel relations, as
well as Israel's critical eco-
nomic problems, the women
were assured by Rabin that
"there is no obstacle we
can't overcome" if the Jew-
ish people stands by the
state of Israel as it
approaches the 30th anni-
versary of its independence.
He called this "a time of
reflection for Israel: We
have to stop and think what
has bee
n done and what is
yet to be done. The road
might be longer than we
expected."
Mrs. Brailove said that
when she first came to
Detroit 30 years ago, there
were 45 nations in the
United Nations. Most of
them established diplomatic

relations with Israel.
"Now there are 150
nations in the UN, most of
them Israel's enemies." She
said she carries a copy of
the constitution of the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization as a reminder of
what the PLO stands for:
the annihilation of the state
of Israel.
Her emphasis on Israel's
economic concerns was
repeated the following
morning at a meeting for
workers in the $2,500 Sec-
tion, at the West Bloomfield
home of Mrs. Diane Hau-
sef. Mrs. Brailove told
them that once they are
aware of the crucial needs
in Israel — in education,
housing and absorption of
immigrants they will
realize that soliciting funds
for the Campaign "is the
most important thing you
can do. And you will be bet-
ter able to persuade your
potential contributor of how

important is her gift."
Women's Division
advance gifts chairman
Mrs. Marlene Borman pre-
sided at the meeting, in
which other participants
were Mrs. Frieda Stollman,
associate chairman of
advance gifts; Mrs. Shelby
Tauber, associate chairman
of Campaign; Mrs. Dulcie
Rosenfeld, Campaign chair-
man; and Mrs. Carolyn
Greenberg, Women's Divi-
sion president.
***

$2,500 Section
to Meet Nov. 17

Esther Herlitz, a member
of the Knesset and Israel's
former ambassador to Den-
mark, will address an Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund meeting,
for Women's Division con-
tributors of $2,500.
The luncheon meeting will
take place at noon Nov: 17,
at the home of Mrs. Merrill
Gordon in Franklin.
Ms. Herlitz served in the
political department and the
Division for Arab affairs of
the Jewish Agency before
becoming acting head of the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
U.S. Division and a member
of Israel's delegation to the
United Nations.
She then served as first

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secretary to the Israel
Embassy in Washington,
D.C., and as a consul in
New York City. Currently,
she is chairman of the
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Division, contact Lois
Brown at the Jewish Wel-
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In the top photograph, former Israel Prime Minister Yitz-
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Boston-:to-Israel Flights Are Sought

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