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June 15, 1990 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-15

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DESIGNER
EYEWEAR SALE!

I DETROIT

Orley Will Lead
Jewish Charities

Graham A. Orley was
elected president of the
United Jewish Charities at
its annual meeting this week
at 'Temple Beth El.
Elected with him were:
Shirley Harris, Michael W.
Maddin and Jack A. Robin-
son, vice-presidents; Larry
Sherman, treasurer; and
Robert P. Aronson, secretary.
Named to the board of direc-
tors were: Harold Blumens-
tein, Martin Goldman, John
Haddow, Bart Lewis and Joel
Shapiro. Mandell L. Berman
was named an honorary life
member.
Orley is a member of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
Board of Governors and was a
major gifts chairman of the
1990 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. He served as vice presi-
dent of UJC and chairman of
its real estate committee.
His other affiliations in-
clude: Israel Bonds, Con-
gregation Shaarey Zedek,
Jewish War Vetrans, Tech-
nion, Weizmann Institute,
Men's ORT and Franklin
Hills Country Club.
The UJC works with the

Graham Orley

Jewish Welfare Federation
and its agencies to coordinate
fundraising and social ser-
vices. It oversees the
maintenance of communal
properties and manages en-
dowment funds for future
communal needs. UJC
monies enhance those raised
by the Allied Jewish
Campaign.

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FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1990

SOUTHFIELD
647-9790

Residents at the Mary and
Donald Samuels JARC
Haverim Home combined
their gifts to make a group
donation to the Operation Ex-
odus Campaign for the rescue
and resettlement of Soviet
Jews in Israel.
An attorney who usually
contributes $500 gave
$10,000 to the emergency
campaign. A gift of $25,000
came by mail. A young man
who delivers bagels gave a
gift of $500. A donor doubled
his gift at each of the two ma-
jor Operation Exodus fund-
raising meetings.
Congregations and
organizations will continue
their Operation Exodus
phonathons 5-9 p.m. June 19
and 21 at the United Hebrew
Schools building. Additional
volunteers are needed. lb
volunteer, call Fern Hober-
man Kepes at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-3939,
Ext. 135.
Operation Exodus phona-
thons geared towards con-
tributors of $1,000-$4,999
will be held 9 a.m.-12 noon
and 6:30-9 p.m. June 24 and
5:30 -9 p.m. June 26 at the
UHS building. Edythe
Jackier and Michael Feldman
are phonathon co-chairmen.
A teen phonathon on June

5 netted $680 from 21 con-
tributors. Operation Exodus
tzedaka boxes are being
distributed this summer to
youth in Jewish summer
camps, to elementary-age
children and to participants
in the Jewish Experiences For
Families (JEFF) program.
Teens are planning a city-
wide Operation Exodus youth
fund-raiser for the fall.
Reservations are still being
taken for the Exodus Mission

Congregations
and organizations
will continue their
Operation Exodus
phonathons 5-9
p.m. June 19 and
21.

Sept. 5-16 for contributors of
$5,000 or more (including an
Operation Exodus gift) to the
1991 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign. Pre-mission trips to
Poland, Russia and Hungary
and an Israel-only option are
available.
For information or to con-
tribute to the Operation Ex-
odus Campaign, call the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
965-3939, Ext. 121 or 149.

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