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April 06, 1979 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-04-06

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Friday, April 6, 1919

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THE. DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Evron Will Address Campaign Closing;
Report Meeting to Hear Israel Politician

Residential

Israel's new ambassador
to the United States, Ep-
hraim Evron, will speak at a
reception 8 p.m. April 26 at
Cong. Shaarey Zedek which
will celebrate the close of
the 1979 Allied -Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
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Ambassador Evron has
served his country for more
than 30 years.
He served with Hagana
intelligence in 1948 and
was wounded in the Battle
ofJerusalem the same year.
After joining the Foreign
Service in 1949, he became
political secretary to
Foreign Minister Moshe
Sharett and later served as
Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion's political sec-
retary.
Evron has held Several
ministerial positions in
Washington 'and London.
He served as envoi to
Sweden and was ap-
pointed ambassador to
Canada ih 1968. Before
succeeding Simha Dinitz
last year as ambassadoi
to the U.S., he was direc-
tor general of Israel's
Foreign Ministry.
Reservations are re-
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ILAN COHEN

Ilan Cohen, a young Is-
raeli political leader, will
speak at the second of two
report meetings for workers
of the 1979 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund 9:45 a.m. April
15 at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center's Studio Thea-
ter. The meeting begins
with continental breakfast.

Cohen, chairman of the
young leadership of Israel's
Liberal Party, was formerly
chief adviser to the mayor of
Natanya. He has also fulfil-
led several missions for the
Jewish Agency.

He is a veteran of the
Six-Day War and Yom
Kippur War, where he
served as a demolition
expert.

Chairmen of the various
Campaign divisions will re-
port on the results of their
workers' efforts to date. In
addition, all division lead-
ers will be honored at the
meeting.

Dr. Susan R. Gormezano displays a Hebrew eye
chart at a recent brunch meeting of the Allied Jewish --
Campaign - Israel Emergency Fund Optometrists
Section. With her are, from left, Dr. Conrad L. Giles,
chairman of the Professional Health Division; and
optometrists, Drs. Mort Feldman, Cy Cheyette, Har-
vey Cole and Paul D. Feinberg.

Renewal Boss Enthusiastic

By JOEL WEINER

United Jewish Appeal

(Editor's note: A major
thrust of Detroit's fund-
raising for overseas
needs through the Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund has
been Project Renewal.)
JERUSALEM — A new
burst of energy is sweeping
Israel: Eliezer Rafaeli, the
new director general of
Project Renewal for the
Jewish Agency.
"We picked Rafaeli," says
Detroiter Max M. Fisher,
•chairman of the Jewish
Agency board of governors,
"because he understands
what it means to deliver
comprehensive human
Services, and because hehas
a proven record in working-
with Israel's , disadvan 7
taged."
Rafaeli is former chancel-
lor of the University of
Haifa, where he began its
innovative program. of
-training community leaders
from neighborhoods and de-
velopment towns.
This winter, mission after
mission of American Jewish
communities visiting Prok_
ect Renewal neighborhOods,
as well as the mayors and
citizens of the neighbor-
hoods involved in the $L2
billion rehabilitation pro-
gram, have come to know
Rafaeli's enthusiasm.
"People care, people
are getting involved, and
people in the neighbor-
hoods are making Proj-
ect Renewal happen,"-
Rafaeli says. "I have
walked the streets of al-
most all 30 of these
neighborhoods. It's real,
Project Renewal is going
. to happen!"

ELIEZER RAFAELI

these activities. He also re-
presents the chairman of -
the Jewish-Agency Execu-
tive, Lean Dulzin, on a joint
Jewish Agency - Israeli
government . committee
where -various directors
general discuss comprehen-
sive development plans for
each Renewal neighbor-
hood, and will be working
'Closely with. Jerold
Hoffberger, chairman of
United Israel Appeal, in de-
signing mechanisms to as-
sure that the project is prop-
erly monitored and
evaluated.
"It'll take time, but I'm
confident we can do it," •
Rafaeli says. •"Students
have already begun work-
ing as volunteers in the
neighborhoods all across Is-
rael. The students' partici-
pation," says- Rafaeli, "has
been the latest stimulus.
Before that, the v
local women's groL
fered their services. And,
throughout it all, I am
amazed at the very positive
response from Diaspora
Jewish communities." .
American Jews will con-
tribute $400 million for
Project Renewal, or two-
thirds of the funding which
will come from outside Is-
rael. Raised by UJA, these
funds will be kept in sepa-
rate Project Renewal Ac-

The Jewish Agency and
the state of Israel will be
working together to imple-
ment Project Renewal;
Rafaeli is responsible .for
creating a new administra-
tive apparatus to coordinate counts.

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