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May 22, 1959 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-05-22

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TH E DETRO IT JEWIS H NEWS — Friday, May 22„ 195 9- 18

,

U. S. Aid to Israel Totalled
$670,000,000 in Last 11 Years

Direct JTA Teletype Wire
To The Jewish News

TEL AVIV—American aid to
Israel since the proclamation of
the state totalled almost $670,-
000,000, John Haggerty, chief
of the U. S. Mission in Israel,
reported in a speech to the
Rotary Club here.
He said this sum broke down
to $12,800,000 in technical aid;
$291,200,000 in special assis-
tance, mostly grants or gifts;
$20,000,000 in development loan
funds; $162,500,000 in Export-
Import Bank loans; $131,000,000
in agricultural commodities
sales and $52,300,000 in food
gifts.
In another breakdown he said
that 23 percent of the total
went to agricultural develop-
ment, 18 percent to irrigation,
27 percent to mining and in-
dustry, four percent to trans-
portation, nine percent for elec-
tric power and 19 percent for
various health, housing and
public works projects.
Stressing American help to
the Negev, Haggerty pointed
out that 6,000,000 Israel pounds
from American f u n d s were
spent on agricultural schools
and experimental stations, $3,-
000,000 for afforestation in the
Negev and $15,000,000 for ir-

El Al Win Medals from Art Directors Club
Six Year Old Mascot IGTO,
The Israel Government Tour- Directors Club as the best
Hopes to Be Hostess ist Office ad in the N. Y. Times color magazine ad for 1958.

El Al Israel Airlines was also
magazine section showing Wil- a gold medal winner for the
lie the Mime putting on make- best 1958 newspaper ad which
up, with the Hebrew caption announced "Starting Dec. 23 the
"You're On In Five Minutes," Atlantic Ocean will be 20%
won a gold medal from the Art smaller."

rigation which included the
Yarkon and the Negev, $10,000,-
000 for housing, $10,000,000 for
developing mines and the Dead
Sea works. He said smaller sums
had been granted for roads,
electric lines and communica-
tions, including $10,000,000 for
expanding the railroad to the
inner Negev.
The funds provided by the
recently signed $5,000,000 devel-
opment loan, it was reported,
would be used for loans to small
business enterprises which must
get equipment or materials
abroad.

Nashville Police Chief
Testifies on Bombings

COUNTRY DAY CAMP

Max M. Fisher, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation,
announces the appointment of
Jack 0. Lefton, chairman, and
Samuel S. Greenberg, associate
chairman, of the community re-
lations budget and planning
division.
Jacob A. Citrin, former div-
ision chairman, will be co-chair-
man of the Federation retire-
ment and insurance committee
with Nathan H. Siegel, a veter-
an committee member.

Israel Trade Balance Gains

FOREIGN TRADE IN RELATION TO
POPULATION INCREASE

dounters—money back guarantee.* 6

FARBAND
CAMP

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g a TilidaFisrm,
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Half Season — $175
Full Season — $335

CALL OFFICE: DI 1 - 9666 or MRS. H. PINCUS, KE 3 - 0216

For Boys, 5 to 16—For Girls, 5-14. Located 190
miles north of Detroit on Private Lake near the
Beautiful Au Sable River and Huron National
Forest. Experienced leadership. Mature staff. Full
camping program. Outdoor theatre for dramatics.

CAMP
HIAWATHA

For Details, Write or Call Mrs. Louis Harley

17325 Fairfield Detroit UN. 4-1135

CAMP KTON TON DAY CAMP

Designed to fit the needs of Jewish Children
C.I.T.Program 12-15 Years
4-12 Years Old
WELL ROUNDED SUMMER PROGRAM
Located at Beth Shalom Synagogue — Oak Park
Directors:
Ronald Balan — KE 7.0294
Dorothy Brindze — UN 4-4785

Pelican Lake, Wisconsin

CAMP
MACCABEE

An exclusive camp for boys and girls ages 7-15
catering to the individual needs of the child. Com-
plete sports program including sailboating and
riding. Tutoring in Hebrew, piano, school subjects,
Bar Miivah if needed. M.D. and 2 Registered Nurses
on camp grounds at all times.
Detroit Office: Isadore J. Goldstein, 19600 Appleton, KEnwood 2.7629

CAMP MICHIGAMA

1957

MICHIGAMA HILLS

(For Girls)

(For Boys)

"The Greatest Name in Camping"

For Boys and Girls 6 - 15

West Branch, Michigan

Herman Fishman and Mickey Fishman, Directors

LI.

UN. 2-7618

CAMP
NAHEIU

2 7455

-

(Ortonville, Mich. . .. 29th Year)

Boys and Girls 5-16
4 or 8 Week' Camp Periods

Stanley Michaels, Director

19647 Roslyn, Detroit 21, Mich.

UN 4 4220

-

CAMP PETOSEGA

Petoskey, Michigan

Four-Week and Eight-Week Camperships Available
Leonard P. Baruch — Directors — Betrand Sandweiss

18696 Santa Rosa, Detroit 21, Michigan
LI 6-0522
UN 4-7629

PINE CREST RANCH

FOR BOYS 7 to 15
(35 Miles from Detroit)
Brighton, Mich.
OUTDOOR LIVING with a WESTERN THEME

OUTSTANDING STAFF

BLACK — 1948

WHITE

-

FINEST FOOD

-

MODERN FACILITIES

Minimum Enrollment — 2 Weeks
DIRECTOR: MORT KANFER, M. ED. — MA 6-6308 — VE 7-6701

PLEASANT
DAY CAMP

Boys and Girls 6-12
Boys and Girls 4-5
Licensed by The State of Michigan
A varied program for a healthful,
interesting and safe summer vacation.

Max Pleasant, Director
KE 5-1083 or LI 7.1471

GR 6-0105

REGISTER NOW — CAMP SHOMRIA

The camp with Israeli content — Wilderness State Park at Lake
Huron — Ages 11 thru 16. 3 weeks — $100. Israeli Director, Mr.
Gershon Hoffman. For further information, WE 4-0708 or UN 1-5299.

Shrinks Hemorrhoids
Without Surgery
Stops Itch — Relieves Pain

For the first time science has found
* new healing substance with the as-
tonishing ability to shrink hemor-
rhoids and to relieve pain — without
surgery. In case after case, while
gently relieving pain, actual reduc-
tion (shrinkage) took place. Most
amazing of all — results were so thor-
ough that sufferers made astonishing
statements like "Piles have ceased to
be a problem!" The secret is a new
healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—dis-
covery of a world-famous research
institute.This substance is now avail-
able in suppository or ointment f orm
called Preparation H.* At all drug

FOR CHILDREN 3 to 13

30 minutes from Detroit
"I am going to be a hostess
Wixom, Mich.
SERVING N.W. DETROIT AND SUBURBS SINCE 1947.
like Dallia" says little six-year-
NO CHARGE FOR HOT LUNCHES OR TRANSPORTATION
old ALISA, admiring the wings
ON OUR OWN CAMP GROUNDS—A TOUCH OF THE WEST
just pinned on her idol after
DIRECTOR: MORT KANFER, M. ED. — MA 6-6308 — VE 7-6701
graduation exercises at the Air
31st Year
CHELSEA, MICH.
Hostess School at LOD Inter-
BOYS and GIRLS 5-15
national Airport, Israel. First-
4 WEEKS $190
grader Alisa had chosen the
8 WEEKS $375
2 WEEKS $100
EL AL hostess costume in
preference to the traditional
Saul Sinkoff, Manager
Emanuel Mark, Director
LI 5-2969
Queen Esther robes at this
UN 4-0730
year's Purim Carnival and was
such a hit that she now has be- MIDWEST CAMP HABONIM — Three Rivers, Mich.
come the official "mascot" of
150 Miles from Detroit
Boys & Girls 10-17
the EL AL Flight Hostesses.

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The
police chief of a major south-
ern city has testified that in-
vestigation of the bombing of
a Jewish center in that city,
Nashville, Tenn., has produced
evidence indicating an inter-
state terrorist gang.
Police Chief Douglas E.
Hosse told a House Judiciary
subcommittee studying possible
anti-bombing legislation that
"the Jewish center bombing
followed a pattern extended all Soviet Union Marks
over the southeast part" of the
United States. He called the 25th Anniversary of
violence occurring in other
cities at about the Birobidjan Region
Ben-Gurion to Allow southeastern
Direct JTA Teletype Wire
same time "amazingly par-
To The Jewish News
allel."
Pilgrimage to Mecca The dynamiting of a syna- LONDON—The 25th anniver-
of the proclamation by the
by Moslems of Israel gogue in M i a in i occurred on sary
Soviet government of Birobid-
March
16,
1958,
the
same
day
NAZARETH, Israel (JTA) —
jan as "a Jewish Autonomous
Israel is ready to permit Mos- the center in Nashville was Region" was observed in the
lem residents to make the an- bombed. In the f ollo wing Soviet Union on May 7. It was
nual pilgrimage to Mecca, month, he noted, a Jewish in- reported here by the Soviet Em-
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur- stitution in Jacksonville, Fla., bassy. The report said that the
ion said during a visit at the was bombed and an attempt so-called "Jewish Autonomous
which fizzled, was made to Region" of Birobidjan has de-
Garqa Elgarbiya village.
The entire populace of the dynamite a synagogue in Birm- veloped "big industry" and has
became "a granary for the vast
village turned out for his ar- ingham, Ala.
The police chief said he Khabarovsk territory."
rival and the Prime Minister
that the sudden abate-
told them that the Israel goy- believed
At the same time, however,
of the wave of threats
ernment would make every ef- ment
Jewish experts here familiar
and
b
ombings
was
due
to
fort to effect Arab family re- knowledge that the FBI has with the situation in Birobidjan
unions and would assure each been investigating the violence. declared that there are only
35,000 Jews in Birobidjan among
such rejoined family enough
urged adoption of federal a total population of 200,000 in
land for a viable farming unit. He
anti
-
bombing
legislation
"to
. The Prime Minister said he remove the reign of fear and the region. Birobidjan was "an
regretted that border conditions terror." He was supported by empty Plot," it was pointed out
barred the end of military gov- Abe Goldstein of Atlanta, on which the Soviet Union an-
ernment in the area but he speaking for the Anti-Defama- nounced in 1934 that it would
place Jewish "pioneers who
promised the maximum relax- tion League of Bnai Brith.
would use their talents."
ations possible and gave assur-
ances that the "necessary re- Mrs. Meir Leaves Sickbed,
Ben Gurion Hopes For
strictions" would not interfere
Resumption of Emigration
with the daily lives of the vill- Goes to Latin America
agers. He told the villagers that
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Mrs. Of Jews From Morocco
TEL AVIV (JTA) — Hope
both Israel and the Arab states Golda Meir, Israel's Foreign
needed peace for prosperity and Minister, who was taken to Beil- that migration of Moroccan
development for their mutual inson hospital Friday suffering Jews to Israel would be re-
good as well as for regional from severe fatigue, was re- newed soon was expressed by
leased Monday and left on her Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-
progress.
Latin American tour Tuesday as ion at a large meeting of North
African Jews held in Nathanya.
originally scheduled.
3 Appointments by

Federation President

4-

BETWEEN 1948 and 1957;

population increased by 136%
imports increased by 180%
exports increased by 378%

The significant gains which Israel has recorded in its bal-
ance of trade are highlighted in relation to population growth
during the first decade of statehood. Under the impact of
Israel Bond investments, special emphasis has been given to
the production of commodities for export. During a period
when the country's population increased by 136 percent, im-
ports increased 180 percent, constituting less than the increase
expected in terms of the rise in the standard of living. Exports
at the same time increased by 378 percent.

CAMP
TANUGA

Doctor on premises—Ratio of 1 counselor to 4
campers. 1400 acres. Complete land and water
sports. Friday night services. Horseback riding

Aaron Gornbein and Bernard Friedman, Directors

17315

MUIRLAND

Detroit

UN. 4-5804

THUNDERBIRD DAY CAMP
A wonderful summer for

THUNDERBIRD
DAY CAMP

boys and girls, ages 4-6; 7-13

Give your child the very best
in Day Camping

Directors: Mickey Stern • Arnie Fisher

For Brochure and Information

LI 7-0294



EL 6-5951

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