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May 08, 1981 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-05-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

6 _Friday, May 8, 1981

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Campaign Achieves High Goal

(Continued from Page 1)
also introduced the
Campaign leadership to
the audience.
Michael Maddin was
called upon to describe the
efforts of 19 men who par-
ticipated in the Hadraha
program of the United
Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Cabinet. After
visiting Israel, the group in-
creased their personal
pledges to the Campaign by
82 percent and personally
solicited 275 others who in-
creased their pledges an av-
erage 54 percent.
Maddin was followed by
the Campaign Division
chairmen, who listed their
divisions' efforts to date.
Making the reports were
Sidney Freedland, David K.
Page, Albert Newman,
Robert M. Citrin, Sol R. Col-
ton, Donald Fox, David
Levine, Benjamin F. Ro-
senthal and Jane Sherman.
Television news commen-
tator Martin Agronsky was
introduced by Joel Tauber.
Agronsky paid tribute to
Paul Zuckerman for his per-
sonal efforts in lobbying
Congressmen about the
proposed U.S. arms sales to
Saudi Arabia and the
Lebanese situation. He then
reminisced about his per-
sonal association with Is-
rael through the years.

uncle
Agronsky's
founded the Palestine
Post, which is now the
Jerusalem Post, and Ag-
ronsky began his career
in journalism there. He
recalled the spirit of the
personalities who made
up Israel's founding
fathers and pioneering
leadership.
assessed
Agronsky
Israel-U.S. relations and
predicted that the Reagan
Administration's view of
the Soviet role in the area,
and the elevation of Israel
into the status of U.S. ally
from the status of a ward of
the U.S., will be a major up-
grading of relations be-
tween the U.S. and Israel.
i•
Among the contributions
made to this year's Allied
Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund, one of the
most generous came from a
disabled Vietnam veteran
who is terminally ill.
The 29-year-old man, who
is Jewish, called the Jewish
Welfare Federation office
during Campaign to ask for
a pledge card. Within days,
the veteran's unsolicited.
check for $250 was received.
"He said he wanted to
contribute to Campaign be-
cause he realized how im-
portant the money is and he

* * *

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
Yiddish version of a popular
government booklet de-
scribing federal Supple-
mental Security Income
benefits is now available in
Social Security offices
throughout New York.
The 10-page pamphlet,
which lists benefits for the
aged, blind and disabled in
New York and answers
commonly-asked questions
about the SSI program, was
translated by S.L.
Schneiderman, a Yiddish
writer and journalist, who
heads the AJCongress Yid-
dish Media Department.

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* * *

The United Jewish Ap-
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tion's, Junior and Met-
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She added that William
Greenberg, the state com-
mander of the Jewish War
Veterans, would be calling
upon the young man to offer
the organization's assis-
tance and companionship.

569-2330

NEW YORK — Former
Detroiter Carl Gershman,
longtime chairman of the
Youth Institute for Peace in
the Middle East, has been
named special counselor on
the staff of U.S. Ambas-
sador to the United Nations
Jeane Kirkpatrick.

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