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November 18, 1983 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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48 Friday, November 18, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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RetUrn - of'Envoy Is *Urged

Jabotinsky Prize
Is Given to Four

A letter from 87 members of Congress urging
Egypt to return its ambassador to Israel was pre-
sented to President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt when he
visited Washington in October. Shown with Mubarak,
at left, are House Majority Leader Jim Wright of
Texas, Egyptian Ambassador Ashraf Ghorbal and
Rep. Larry Smith (D-Fla.), sponsor of the letter.

NEW YORK (JTA) — For
their "defense of the rights
of the Jewish people," an in-
ternational panel has
selected the late Senator
Henry Jackson, imprisoned
Soviet Jewish activist Iosif
Begun and former French
Cabinet Minister Simone
Veil as the recipients of the
first "Jabotinsky Prize:
Shield of Jerusalem"
awards. The three will
share the $100,000 award.
The panel, meeting pri-
vately, also gave a special
award of $100,000 to former
Israel Premier Menahem
Begin for his "life-long de-
dication to the defense of the
Jewish people, which is un-
ique in our era."

• •



Turn-of-the-Century Reminisce

Women Begin 'Dollars for David'Drive

"No Child in Israel With-
out a Hanuka Gift" is the
slogan adopted by the
Greater Detroit Council of
Pioneer Women/Naamat
for its annual "Dollars for
David" campaign, an-
nounces Betty Rath, chair-
man of this year's commit-
tee.
"Dollars for David" is a
special Hanuka project con-
ceived by Pioneer Women/
Naamat to assist children
living in adverse conditions
as a result of wars, children

Women to Have
Dinner-Auction

Machon
L'Torah
Women's Division will pre-
sent a dinner-auction 6 p.m.
Nov. 27 at the Young Israel
of Oak-Woods.
The evening will be high-
lighted by the dedication of
the Machon L'Torah
Judaic-English Library,
which will be open to the
public. Proceeds from the
auction will go towards
Machon L'Torah educa-
tional programs.
The public is invited. For
information and reserva-
tions, call Rabbi Avraham
Jacobovitz, 968-4835; or
Shari Klein, 967-3747.

"Dollars for David" committee members wrap-
ping Hanuka presents for children in Israel, are, from
left: Elaine Kohner, Charlotte Wachtel, Betty Rath,
Billie Kramer and Frieda Faigin.

in border settlements ex-
posed to the threats of ter-
rorism or orphans who have
no families with whom to
celebrate Hanuka.
There are about 20,000
youngsters in 500 day nur-
series throughout the coun-
try from ages three months
to 5 years who rely on the
services of Pioneer
Women/Naamat for their
support and maintenance.
These nurseries are only
part of the vast network of
social services provided by
Pioneer Women/Naamat.

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Serving on the commit-
tee with Mrs. Rath are:
Billie Kramer, Frieda
Leemon, Alice Ross,
Frieda Faigin, Charlotte
Wachtel, Elaine Kohner,
Sidelle Kramer, Tommie
Frumin and Ruth Farber.

For information, call the
Pioneer Women/Naamat
office, 967-4750.

Falsehoods not only dis-
agree with truths, but usu-
ally quarrel among them-
selves.
—Daniel Webster

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