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January 23, 1981 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-01-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Super Sunday Gains Increases from 3 200 Contributors

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(Continued from Page 1)
In Washington, D.C.,
Jews who recently came
from the Soviet Union
called other newly-arrived
Jews.

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Parlor Meeting
Junior Division
Set for Wednesday
Cocktail Party
The next in a series of par-
The Junior Division of the
lor meetings on behalf of the
1981 Allied Jewish Cam- Jewish Welfare Federation
paign - Israel Emergency will hold a Men's Pre-
Fund will take place 8 p.m. Campaign Cocktail Party
ILlnesday at the Bloom- 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
-W., Hills home of Jack A. Cong. Shaarey Zedek.
Guest speaker will be
Robinson.
Guest speaker will be Jonathan Livny, former at-

Major General Ya'akov torney general in the West
Even, director of the Israel Bank.
James Deutchman and
Armed Forces Command
Bruce Gershenson are co-
School.
The parlor meeting fol- chairmen of the Men's
lows a gathering held last Pre-Campaign Section.

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return on the way to peace,"
Rabin said. "There is no
deadline to the peace-
making process."

week at the home of Jewish
Welfare Federation
President George M. Zeltzer
to benefit the Campaign,
which was attended by
members of JWF agency
boards.
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Shown at the Women's Division Kadima Section
meeting last Friday are, from left, Jane Sherman,
Donna Slatkin, Diane Klein, former Israel Prime
Minister Yitzhak Rabin, hostess Dolores Gordon,
Shelby Tauber and Marvin H. Goldman.
the Israeli spirit as "op-
Rabin Speaks
timistic."
to Women's Unit
"As long as Sadat is in
Yitzak Rabin, former
power, Egypt and Israel
prime minister of Israel,
have passed the point of no
called upon American
Jewry to support his coun-
try more strongly than ever
during a guest address last
Friday at a Women's Di-
vision gathering on behalf
of the 1981 Allied Jewish
Campaign - Israel Emer-
gency Fund. Rabin, who had
returned to Israel because of
the political crisis, came
back to the U.S. to complete
his speaking engagements
for the United Jewish Ap-
peal.
Rabin, presently a
member of the Knesset, told
participants at the Kadima
section meeting for con-
tributors of $300 and over of
the "difficult period" in the
life of Israel.
He said the price of peace
with Egypt coupled with the
necessary military pre-
paredness with other Arab
neighbors is putting a large
strain on Israel's budget.
Israel is also in a
"psychologically difficult
period," Rabin said.
"When we were at war,
we knew what to expect.
Then, when peace started
to become reality, our
hopes were raised. But
we still must live under
the threat of war."
In spite of the current
difficulties, Rabin described

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Shown at the Jan. 14 parlor meeting for the Allied
Jewish Campaign are seated, Milton Barnett and hos-
tess Marianne Schwartz. Standing are, from left,
George M. Zeltzer, guest speaker Wolf Blitzer, Marvin
H. Goldman, David K. Page, I. William Sherr and host
Alan E. Schwartz. In the middle photograph, shown at
the Jan. 11 breakfast caucus of the Accountants Sec-
tion are, from left, guest speaker Israel Amitai, Ab-
raham Burnstein, Larry F. Portnoy and Page. In the
bottom photograph, at the Metropolitan Division
Special Gifts Section kick-off are, standing, David
Levine and Jeffrey R. Kravitz. Seated from left are
guest speaker Charles S. Wolf, Nancy Hirsch, Cheryl
Riskin and Edward Gordon.

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