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August 24, 1990 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-24

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LOCAL NEWS

Mark 'Em
DO

Move 'Ern
CI LIT!

Operation Exodus
Seeks Pledge Funds

So that the Detroit Jewish
community can make its se-
cond $2.5 million advance to
the United Jewish Appeal for
Operation Exodus, an inten-
sive cash mobilization effort
is about to get under way.
The emergency effort to
fulfill Operation Exodus
pledges has been brought on
by the growing Soviet-Jewish
immigration to Israel, accor-
ding to newly appointed
Jewish Welfare Federation
Cash Mobilization chairmen
Marvin H. Goldman and
Emery I. Klein. Both Mr.
Goldman who served in this
position two years ago, and
Mr. Klein are past chairmen
of the Allied Jewish
Campaign.
The cash payment will
bring to $5 million the total
advanced so far, while only $2

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32 FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1990


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Ceatep-

Emery Klein

The increasing
influx of Jews from
the Soviet Union
makes it
necessary that
UJA pay by Sept.
30 the $140 million
pledged.

million has been collected on
pledges of $19 million to
Operation Exodus. At the
same time, Federation is
responsible for ongoing com-
mitments locally and abroad.
The increasing influx of
Jews from the Soviet Union
makes it necessary that UJA
pay by Sept. 30 the $140
million in cash pledged to the
Jewish Agency. Already $73
million has been sent by the
UJA.
The $375.5 million pledged
by North American Jewish
communities will help
transport Soviet Jews from
Moscow to Israel and help set-
tle them. Funds for absorp-
tion provide basic fur-

Marvin Goldman

nishings, initial living ex-
penses, Hebrew classes, job
retraining, day care and
educational programs for
children with learning pro-
lems, and other special
services.
Nearly 70,000 immigrants
have arrived in Israel from
the Soviet Union this year
and a total of 150,000 are ex-
pected by the year's end.

Windsor JCCouncil
Elects Jerry Alexis

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Phone: 661-1600

Jerry Alexis was elected
president of the Windsor
Jewish Community Council
at the annual meeting. He
succeeds Alan Orman.
Mr. Alexis is a native Wind-
sorite, a graduate of Patterson
Collegiate and the Universi-
ty of Windsor. He started his
business career in Windsor
and is a member of the
Downtown Business
Association.
Mr. Alexis has been active

in the Jewish community as
an officer of the Council, a
former chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal Cam-
paign and is current co-
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal/Operation Ex-
odus Campaign.

Elected with Mr. Alexis
were vice presidents Harriet
Whiteman, Ted J. Hochberg,
Barbara Stein and Gary Katz,
treasurer.

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