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May 22, 1959 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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THE DETROIT JEW ISH NEWS -- Friday May 22, 1959- 1 6

U. S. Treasury Dept.
Plan to Aid Israel
Foreign Investment

Weizmann Institute
Hebrew School Graduates Plan
Plans Symposium
Camp Tamarack Weekend Outing on Cancer Causation

WASHINGTON, (JTA) —
American investors would be
encouraged to make invest-
ments in Israel under a new
concept which gained impetus
when the U.S. Treasury Depart-
ment said it would support a
Congressional move to provide
tax relief for American busi-
nessmen specifically to encour-
age investment in the Middle
East and other underdeveloped
areas.
The Treasury Department's
position was outlined in a re-
port to the House Ways and
Means Committee, which origi-
nates all tax legislation. The
Treasury Department said it
would favor use of tax incen-
tives "to promote flow of U.S.
capital into the less developed
regions of the free world." The
Middle East was specially men-
tioned, and it was clear that
Israel was included.
The moves that the Treasury
Department would support in-
cluded deferral of tax on in-
come derived by a business cor-
poration which obtains sub-
stantially all of its income from
investments in one or more of
the less developed areas of the
world; ordinary loss treatment
for losses incurred by original
investors on stock of such cor-
porations; and early imple-
mentation of principle of tax
sparing in order to make it
possible for American firms
inv esting in underdeveloped
countries to benefit from tax
inducements offered by such a
country to attract new capital.

Representatives of the graduating classes of the seven
branches of the United Hebrew Schools meet with faculty
advisor, Rabbi EMANUEL APPLEBAUM, to plan a three-day
camping program this weekend at Camp Tamarack. Plays, skits,
discussions, Israeli singing and dancing will be combined with
recreational and supplementary educational activities, with the
central theme being "Torah." Shown here, left to right, stand-
ing, are SHARON HERMAN, CAROL FISHMAN, JOEL MOSS,
LARRY DIAMOND, MILTON TAMBOR, of the UHS staff;
MARCIA SOBERMAN, MAE LEVINE and LAURA LEVINE;
seated: MARC LIPSHY, Rabbi Applebaum and ARLENE
MARGOLIS.

JNF Foundation; Canadian Congress
Reports Growth of
Major Project
Religious Institutions
for Redemption
MONTREAL, (JTA) — The

BEAT the HEAT

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RICHMAN-MILLER

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—A spe-
cial session of the Knesset, con-

An international symposium
on the functional components
of cancer causation will be held
at the Weizmann Institute of
Science in Rehovoth, Israel,
next September, it was an-
nounced by the Institute's ex-
ecutive council chairman, Meyer
W. Weisgal.
Some of the leading investi-
gators of the world in the field
of carcinogenesis (cancer-caus-
ation) will attend the sympo-
sium, Weisgal said.
The gathering is being spon-
sored by the International .Can-
cer Research Commission of
the International Union Against
Cancer, according to word re-
ceived by Weisgal from Prof.
Isaac Barenblum, head of the
Institute's experimental biology
department at Rehovoth.

number of Jewish congregations
in Canada increased from 153
Chairman, Detroit Section, Jewish
National Fund Foundation
to 200 in the 25 years between
Large masses of Jews are on 1933 and 1958, the Canadian
the march.
Jewish Congress revealed on the
Throughout the centuries as basis of a survey in depth of
man's inhumanity to man has the Canadian Jewish commu-
forced hosts of men, women and nity.
children to forsake their homes
While Orthodox congrega-
and seek a haven and a new tions, always out front in the
lease on life elsewhere. It will total number, increased from
happen again, though no one 140 to 170, the Conservative
movement nearly tripled its con-
knows when.
How is Israel prepared to gregational strength, from nine
receive and absorb the new- to 25. Reform congregations in-
B. B. Building Cited
comers? Great efforts are being creased only one, from four to
WASHINGTON — The Bnai made for the transportation and five.
Brith Building was cited for its
The number of children at-
"superior architecture" by the accommodation of the immi-
grants. These efforts deserve tending Jewish schools nearly
Washington Board of Trade.
the utmost consideration and quadrupled in the generation,
support. It must be clear how- rising from 6,000 to 24,000. Day
ever, that much of the absorp- school registration gained most
tion of the newcomers to Israel of the percentage increase in
must depend on soil reclama- school attendance, moving from
tion and re-afforestation work two percent of the total in 1933
which is the special function of to 30 percent this year.
the Jewish National Fund.
Salaried employes among Ca-
There must be no interrup- nadian Jews still account for 56
tion in the magnificent labors percent of all bread-winners, but
of the Jewish National Fund: self-employed businessmen and
the reclamation of the soil, the industrialists increased from 24
planting of forests, the clearing to 34 percent and professionals
of the land for housing develop- from 5.1 to 8.4 percent.
ments and agricultural settle-
From the end of World War
ments.
II to the close of 1957, the sur-
Through the Foundation for vey indicated, 44,579 Jews en-
the Jewish National Fund, it tered Canada as • immigrants,
is within the scope of American more than half settling in Que-
Jews to aid the contiuned devel- bec province. The next largest
opment of the Jewish Homeland group, 36 percent, settled in On-
while assuring their own im- tario while the remainder were
KEEP YOUR WHOLE HOUSE COOL WITH mortality by linking their scattered among the western
names with Israel. By making and northern provinces.
AMERICAN– c t andat d a bequest in their wills naming
JNF as beneficiary; by the as- Israel Signs for $5,000.000
signment of insurance, Israel U.S. Development Loan
AIR CONDITIONING
Bonds or other securities, a
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — A
Why suffer this summer? Be com- special project in Israel can
fortably cool, day and night, in every be established which will for- previously announced $5,000,000
room of your house. All you need is a ever bear the name of the development loan to Israel was
single American-Standard air condi-
signed and implemented at a
formal ceremony here this
tioning unit connected to your pres- donor.
ent heating system. Fully automatic!
week.
Cools . . . filters . . . and circulates 1,000 Egyptian Jews
The loan will aid the devel-
the air . . • removes excessive Wait Entry Into U.S.
opment
of Israeli industry. The
humidity. Easily, quickly installed.
PARIS (JTA) — More than agreement was signed by Demp-
'1,000 Jewish refugees from ster McIntosh, managing direc-
Complete Installation of Egypt, living in France and tor of the Development Loan
Italy, who haVe applied for Fund, and Yehuda Leviatov,
3-Ton Unit with Blower
emigration to the United States, acting director general of the
cannot at .present be fitted into Israel Industrial Institution,
existing U. S. immigration quo- Ltd.
tas, James P. Rice, executive
5 Year Warranty
director of the United Hias Conservative Synagogues
Service, told the JTA.
FHA APPROVED LOANS
To date, he said, about 1,500 Reported Needing Rabbis
AVAILABLE
KIAMESHA L A K E, N.Y.,
refugees
from Egypt have been
As Low As $4.75 a Week
resettled in the United States (JTA)—There is a shortage of
under sections of the 1957 law Conservative rabbis in the Uni-
COMMERCIAL UNITS
permitting entry of aliens who ted States and Canada, 150 con-
INSTALLED
have fled their countries "be- gregations needing spiritual
leaders, Rabbi Wolfe Kelman,
cause of persecution."
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
Since the entire quota for executive vice president of the
New 3 /4 Ton
such persecutees from all East- Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
Window Units
ern Europe and certain Middle ica, told the convention of the
East states is 14,500, the only Conservative rabbinate here.
hope for the 1,000 refugees is The shortage is particularly
that unused quotas from other acute in non-metropolitan areas
coutries might become avail- in the South and Midwest, Rab-
bi Kelman declared.
KE 7-7800, Eves. LI 7-0344 able.

By MORRIS J. BRANDWINE

Extend Voter Registration
for Israel's Nov. 17 Election

vened on petition of Opposi-
tion deputies, extended for 15
days the period during which
Israeli citizens may file appeals
for inclusion of their names in
the register of voters for the
general elections to be held
here Nov. 17.

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THE JEWISH FOLK CHORUS

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HARVEY SCHREIBMAN, Director

34th Annual Concert

Dedicated to - the 100th Anniversary
of Sholem Aleichent

P resenting Detroit P remiere of
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