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July 09, 1982 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-07-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 9, 1982 21

Youth Benefit
Ethiopian Jewry

NEW YORK — Sixteen
major Jewish youth organ-
izations have decided to
work together on behalf of
Ethiopian Jewry. Thy
groups represent the entire
spectrum of political and
religious ideologies. In an
ad in the June 11 New York
Times they stated: "The
7ionist youth movements of
imerica maintain our
commitment to our brothers
and sisters in Ethiopia and
to the education of the
American community as to
their struggle."
Eisenbach,
Steven
president of Young Judaea,
the youth movement of
Hadassah, said, "Our aim is
to make our concern known
to American Jewish and Is-
raeli leaders and to call
upon them to make the re-
scue of Ethiopian Jewry a
matter of highest priority."
The youth movements are
planning joint educational
programs, rallies, and
letter-writing campaigns.
The 16 groups are:
American Sephardi Youth
Movement, Betar Zionist
Youth Organization, Bnai
Brith Youth Organization,
Dror Youth Zionist Organ-
ization, Hamagshimim of
Hashachar, Hashomer Hat-
zair Zionist Youth Organ-
ization, Ichud Habonim
Labor Zionist Organization,
Masada of the ZOA, Na-
tional Conference of
Synagogue Youth, North
American Federation of
Temple Youth, NOAM,
Student Struggle For Soviet
Jewry, United Synagogue
Youth, Young Adults of the
National Council of Young
Israel, Young Israel Youth
and Young Judaea.

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National UJA
Picks Jackier

NEW YORK — Law-
rence S. Jackier of Detroit
has been appointed a na-
tional vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Jackier currently serves
as co-chairman of the De-
troit Allied Jewish Cam-
paign Professional Services
Division, a member of the
Board of Governors of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit, and co-chairman
of the Soviet Jewry Com-
mittee of the Jewish Com-
munity Council. He is also a
member of the federation's
committees on capital
needs, cash mobilization, al-
locations and missions and
formerly served as vice
nresident of the Jewish
)mmunity Center.

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Techmon Honors
de Rothschild

HAIFA — Technion - Is-
rael Institute of Technol-
ogy, has awarded an Honor-
ary Doctorate of Science in
Technology to Evelyn de
Rothschild.
The honor was granted to
de Rothschild, honorary
chairman of the Technion
Board of Governors, "in
recognition of his outstand-
ing contribution to the ad-
vancement of Technion and
the enhancement of the
prestige of the institute
throughout the world."

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