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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-08-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, August 20, 1982 37

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Chairmen Named for IEF Solidarity Sunday

.

Janice A. Schwartz and
Dr. Paul C. Feinberg have
been named co-chairmen of
Solidarity Sunday, on be-
half of the 1983 Allied
Jewish Campaign and spe-
cial Israel Emergency
Fund.

He is a member of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Board of Governors and of
the Culture and Education
Committee.
Dr. Feinberg also is
chairman of Federation's
National and Community
Relations Agencies Di-
vision. His other leadership
positions include serving on
the board of United Hebrew
Schools and the Detroit
Service Group.

In announcing the ap-
pointments, Campaign
General Chairman Joel D.
Tauber said that the
community-wide telephone
drive will be held Oct. 24 at
United Hebrew Schools in
Southfield.
Mrs. Schwartz was co-
chairman of Super Sunday
for the 1982 Campaign. She
is vice president of the

Marvin Kalb
at IEF Meetings
Detroiters will be asked
to show their moral and fi-
nancial support of the Is-
raeli people at a gathering
Sept. 1 on behalf of the spe-
cial Israel Emergency Fund
and 1983 Allied Jewish
Campaign. Television jour-
nalist Marvin Kalb will be
the guest speaker at the
7:45 p.m. meeting at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
In announcing the meet-
ing, which is open to 1983
Campaign contributors of
$5,000, Campaign
Chairman-Elect Jack A.
Robinson stressed the im-
portance of supporting Is-
rael in its struggle to main-
tain human services follow-
ing the war in Lebanon. He
called on the community to
strengthen its partnership
with the people of Israel so
that "young lives affected
by the war can be restored
at the same time that dam-
aged northern settlements

DR. PAUL FEINBERG

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JANICE SCHWARTZ

Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division and for-
merly served as chairman of
the division's Phonogift
telethon and as associate
chairman of leadership
training.
A board membe- r of Re-
settlement Service, Mrs.
Schwartz also serves on
the boards of National
Council of Jewish
Women and the Detroit
chapter of Brandeis Uni-
versity National
Women's Committee. Her
other affiliations include
Hadassah, ORT and the
Sinai Guild.
A former chairman of the
Professional Division, Dr.
Feinberg served as a pre-
Campaign vice chairman
and was vice chairman of
the Below $10,000 Gifts sec-
tion of the 1982 Campaign
Management Committee.

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are being rebuilt."
Members of the pre-
Campaign section of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Women's Division will meet
Sept. 1 on behalf of the 1983
Allied Jewish Campaign
and special Israel Emer-
gency Fund. The 12:30 p.m.
gathering will be held at the
home of Helen Zuckerman
in Franklin. Guest speaker
will be television journalist
Marvin Kalb.

Campaign
con-
tributors
of $1,500
throught the Women's
Division are invited to
attend. Section chairman

is Nancy Jacobson, and„
Margot Halperin is asso-
ciate chairman.
Vice chairmen are Joan
Goldraffi, Janet Levine–,
Sandra Nathanson, Bess
Orecklin and Marcia Par-
ven._ Barbara_ Stollman is
briefing chairman and Beth
Feldman is section adviser.
Jane Sherman is division
president and Marlene
Borman is Campaign
chairman. Division briefing
is headed by Linda Lee.
For information on these
events, call the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation, 965-3939.

BB Official Hits UNESCO
Anti-Israel Resolutions

NEW YORK (JTA) —
The Bnai Brith Interna-
tional has condemned reso-
lutions passed earlier this
month in Mexico City at the
United Nations Educa-
tional, Scientific and Cul-
tural Organization (UN-
ESCO) conference on cul-
tural policies which attempt
to "rewrite the history" of
Israel and foster totalita-
rian control over culture.
Philip Lax, chairman of
the International Council of
Bnai Brith, who headed the
organization's delegation to
the conference, said at a
press conference here last
week that the resolutions
"encourage states to sanc-
tion a single culture, deny-
ing all others any right to
exist, much less thrive."
He noted that two of the
resolutions adopted were
inspired by the Palestine
Liberation Organization.
One of the resolutions, Lax
said, equates Zionism with
racism and the other calls
on UNESCO to assist the
PLO, " "an organization
committed to the destruc-
tion of a member of the
United Nations (Israel), in
inventing a cultural history
of the Palestinian people."
That history, Lax
added, would transfer

Suspected Nazi
Granted Bail;
Refuses to Leave

TORONTO (JTA) —
More than two months after
being granted bail, a sus-
pected Nazi war criminal is
still in jail, not because he
can't afford the - $150,000
bail but because he is afraid
to leave, according to his at-
torney.
Helmut Albert Rauca, 73,
was arrested June 17 in To-
ronto at the request of the
West German government.
He has been charged by
West Germany as having
participated in the murder
of 10,000 Jews in the Kovno
ghetto during World War II.
Four days after Rauca was
arrested, he was granted
bail and an extradition
hearing was set for Sept. 20.
Rauca's defense attorney,
William Parker, said his
client could have left jail
and gone to stay with
friends until the extradition
hearing but has decided not
to, for fear of endangering
them as well as himself.

part of the heritage of the
Jewish people to the
Palestinian Arabs, thus
ignoring the Bible and a
4,000-year historical re-
cord which indicates that
the Arabs came to the
area in the Seventh Cen-
tury.
"It is quite clear that a
Palestinian consciousness
has emerged in recent
years," Lax said. "But the
PLO seeks to give that con-
sciousness an exclusive
pedigree by ignoring Jewish
roots."
"It attempts to give Pales-
tinians the cultural
achievements of practically
every other people who have
inhabited the eastern shore
of the Mediterranean, in-
cluding prehistoric, Amo-
rite, Canaanite, Phoeni-
cian, Egyptian, Philistine,
Hebrew, Aramean, Greek,
Roman and Christian."
The Bnai Brith leader
said that "nowhere does the
PLO mention that the only
national culture in Pales-
tine over the last 4,000
years has been Jewish."

Holocaust File
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NEW YORK (JTA) — A
joint microfilm project com-
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Bnai Israel
School Opens
Fall Registration

Cong. Bnai Israel of West
Bloomfield, 4200 Walnut
Lake Rd., announces that
registration is now being
accepted for the fall session
of its religious school.
Classes will be held on
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