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6 Friday, May 9, 1980

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(Continued from Page 1)
raising $10 million more for
Project Renewal in the corn-
ing years. In his summary of
the Campaign totals, Fed-
eration Executive Vice
President Sol Drachler said
Detroit's Project Renewal
contributions are second in
the U.S., following only
New York.
Drachler said the
1980 regular Campaign
total might reach as high
as $17.8 million because
there were 2,500 con-
tributors remaining to be
contacted.
In the major address of
the evening, Blumberg ex-
pressed mixed emotions
about being in Detroit. He
was saddened by the death

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
Jewish sources here have
confirmed that four mem-
bers of a prominent Iranian
Jewish family have gone on
trial before an Islamic revo-
lutionary court in Teheran
this week. The four were
identified as Izaak, Ab-
raham, David and Baruch
Boruchim. •
Iran's official Pars news
agency reported that the
four men were charged with
embezzlement of public
funds in building a chain of
hotels and "creating an es-
pionage center for Ameri-
can and Israeli agents and
their servants."
The charges carry the
death penalty, according to
Pars. Meanwhile, there
were reports from Teheran
_that seven men were exe-
cuted in Teheran's jails on
charges which included
cooperation with Israel.

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Sees. Instability
for M.E. in '80s

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this week of Joanna Field,
wife of former Detroiter
Irwin Field, 1980 UJA na-
tional chairman. (See
obituary.)
Blumberg challenged De-
troiters "to work even har-
der to achieve a utopia." He
said UJA is committed to
raising $150 million more
in 1981 than in 1980. "We
raised $500 million last
year, but the organizations
we serve needed $1 billion.
"We need to double our ef-
forts to double our funds,"

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WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Gen. Aaron Yariv, a former
chief of Israeli military in-
telligence, said last week
that "during the 1980s,
general instability will con-
tinue to characterize the
Middle East."
He proposed that a West-
ern alliance should be
formed to forge "an informal
and flexible strategic net-
work in the Middle East
with the U.S. as its
backbone."
Yariv, who is presently
the director of the Center for
Strategic Studies at Tel
Aviv University, spoke at
the opening of a two-day
conference sponsored
jointly by the Georgetown
University Center for
Strategic and International
Studies and the Tel Aviv
University Center.

Explosion Hits
Cairo Synagogue

CAIRO — An explosion
ripped through the base-
ment of the main synagogue
in Cairo last month, doing
only minor damage. No one
was hurt in the blast, which
was triggered by an explo-
sive placed in a half-open
doorway.

he said. "The need is greater
than ever before."
He challenged the
leadership to achieve
major gifts in the $1 mil-
lion and $100,000
categories, saying that
the Campaign has not
kept pace with inflation,
either in the U.S. or espe-
cially in Israel.
He cited Israel's heavy
expenditures for imple-
menting the peace treaty
with Egypt, moving the
Sinai settlers to the Negev,
paying the increased costs
of oil and building new mili-
tary bases.
"It is absolutely essential
that we populate the
Galilee, but there will not
be 10 new settlements there
this year — just one. There
will be no new social serv-
ices in Israel — there will be
cutbacks in the old serv-
ices."
He added that Project Re-
newal is designed to make
up for what was not done be-
fore for hundreds of
thousands of disadvantaged
Israelis. "If we don't raise
those extra millions of dol-
lars, we may lose the
chance," he said. "We have
prayed too long, worked too

hard, suffered too much to
fail."
In announcing the 1981
Campaign chairmen,
Zeltzer stated that the fu-
ture is difficult, "but the
best is yet to come." He
lauded the Campaign
leadership and cited as
an example of the Cam-
paign's successes the
dedication of Prentis
Towers on Sunday at
Jewish Federation
Apartments.
Zeltzer said that the 1981
Campaign chairmen we
announced now to facilita
early planning for the Cam-
paign and to conform to
UJA and Council of Jewish
Federations practices.

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WSU Students'
May 18 Book Sale
Aids Campaign

Wayne State University
students, in conjunction
with Hillel Foundation and
United Jewish Appeal, are
sponsoring a used book sale
on behalf of the 1980 Allied
Jewish Campaign, 9 a.m.-6
p.m. May 18 at the Hillel
House in Oak Park.
Donations of books, mag-
azines, posters and records
are needed. For informa-
tion, contact the Hillel
Foundation at Wayne,
577-3459, or Ed Hurvitz,
557-0821.

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