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April 20, 1984 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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24 Friday, April 20, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Northeast corner of 12 Mile & Northwestern Hwy.

"The bad news is there are
still 4,600 pledges to se-
cure," which would net the
Campaign an estimated
$2,901,000 more.
Campaign Chairman
Jack A. Robinson said he
was "shocked and sur-
prised" by the figures.
In his remarks, Robin-
son cited a proverb "What
a person gives, God gives
back. Considering the
generosity of this commu-
nity, He will be returning
much to all of you."
A Campaign worker for
35 years, Robinson said the
1984 Campaign was based
on a concept called
"capacity giving," asking
donors to extend themselves
beyond what they initially
planned to contribute. He
added:
"The capacity to give is
dictated by the heart. The
capacity to give is prompted
by a recognition of the need.
The capacity to give is de-
cided by a sense of responsi-
bility to other Jews. And-
given this criteria, this
community seems to have
an unlimited capacity when
it comes to helping other
Jews . . . The capacity to
give and our commitment to
renewal helped us accom-
plish our goals and, of
course, they produced re-
cord results."
• Robinson also expressed
his gratitude to the myriad
volunteers and Federation
staff for the tasks they per-
formed for this year's drive.
"There is no one reason
for our success. I•has to do
with teamwork, with volun-
teers and staff who work
beautifully together."
Robinson spoke of his par-
ticipation in the United
Jewish Appeal missions to
Israel and Poland. "I went
from the celebration of
light, hope and fruitfulness
of Israel to the darkness, de-
spair and barrenness of
Warsaw, of Auschwitz and
Birkenau .. .
"And yet, here too, we
found light, just the small-
est flicker, but light
nonetheless, and the Cam-
paign made it possible — a
kosher canteen operated by
the Joint Distribution
Committee . . . our dollars.
It brought home only too
vividly our responsibility as
survivors.
"As Jews we are all sur-
vivors. We have a duty to
renew the vibrant Jewish
life that once existed in Po-
land and so many other
parts of the world."
He said that despite the
success of the drive, there
was still more work to be
done, and a concerted effort
will be made to collect cash
on outstqnding pledges.
The evening also was the
occasion to pay tribute to
Philip Slomovitz, editor
emeritus of The Jewish
News. In presenting the gift
of a tzedekah box to
Slomovitz, Joel D. Tauber,
Federation president, said

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the gift "sums up what
you've meant to the Detroit
Jewish Community and
Federation."
In his response, Slomovitz
said there is a "need for per-
petuation" of such com-
munal activities as the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign, and
recalled some past Cam-
paign leaders and events.
"This is a perpetuation of a
very important relationship
in our community We con-
tinue to have an excellent
Jewish community," he
said.
Tauber's remarks in-
cluded the reading of corre-
spondence from persons
who have benefited from
funds raised by the Cam-
paign. He said the letters
show "what your money and
your efforts mean to real
people." He concluded his
remarks by thanking Cam-
paign workers and con-
tributors "for providing se-
curity for Jews
everywhere."
The evening opened with
an introduction of the Fed-
eration leadership and of
The Jewish News' new pub-
lisher and editor, Charles
Buerger and Gary
Rosenblatt, respectively.
Rabbi Efry _Spectre,
spiritual leader of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, gave
the invocation. Entertain-
ment by Israeli vocalists
Albrecht and Zfira con-
cluded the program.
Also participating in the
program were Campaign
co-chairmen Stanley D.
Frankel and Robert H. Naf-
taly.

Terror threat
won't fade,
Shamir says

Tel Aviv (JTA) — Israel
may have to face
"thousands of years" of ter-
rorism, according to Pre-
mier Yitzhak Shamir who
made this bleak assessment
in a Passover interview
with Maariv Sunday.
But he added that ter-
rorist attacks were not a
serious factor affecting Is-
rael's life and development
within the present reality of
the country. He said that
following the destruction of
the terrorist infrastructure
in Lebanon, the capability
of the Palestine Liberation
Organization to strike Is-
rael is restricted.
Shamir stated: "One must
know how to fight terrorism
just as one must know how
to fight all the sorts of crime
from which we suffer. We
may have thousands, o•
even scores of thousands, of
years of terrorism before us.
Jews must know how to live
with the enemies -3-and de-
fend themselves against
them. Even when we have
peace with all our Arab
neighbors, I don't know if
terrorism against us will
disappear from the world."

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