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April 22, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-22

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Average Giving Up 8 Per Cent

"From now until the 1960
Allied Jewish Campaign closes,
on Monday evening, May 2,
eight is the magic number,"
said Irwin I. Cohn, campaign
chairman, explaining that "to
date, out of the first $3,600,-
000 raised in the 1960 Allied
Jewish Campaign, the totals
show an average increase of
eight percent."
Every giver from now to the
end of the campaign, whose
contribution is eight percent
or more over last year's gift,
is helping to keep the average
increase on its present level—
and, beyond an eight percent
increase, is helping to raise
the average and the overall
total.
"The object is not to limit our-
selves to the arithmetic. It is
easy to understand the arith-
metic of these facts. If we
go beyond the eight percent
or more, there is even grander
magic in the extra wonders
that greater giving will per-
form for people at home and
abroad who need our help,"
Cohn said.
Cohn announced _that the cam-
paign will close officially at
6:30 p.m., May 2, at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers.
Dr. William Haber, one of
the nation's foremost econo-
mists and one of the keenest
analysts of the Jewish scene,
will deliver the main address,
and Miriam Hadar, Miss
Israel
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DR. WILLIAM HABER

of 1959, will bring greetings
from Israel.
Dr. Haber is professor of
economics at the University of
Michigan, where he specializes
in manpower, industrial rela-

tions and social security prob-
lems. Among his many profes-
sional assignments, he has
been chairman of the Michigan
Emergency Relief program,
special assistant to the United
States Director of the Budget
and member of the Federal Ad-
visory Council on Employment
Security.
He also is president of the
American ORT Federation,
chairman of the Bnai Brith
National Hillel Commission, a
member of the executive board
of the American Jewish Com-
mittee and of the National
Council of the American Joint
Distribution Committee.
Dr. Haber has repeatedly
traveled to all parts of the
world where Jews are in trouble
and need help. He has been in
Germany, Poland, Austria,
North Africa and Israel.
A finalist in the 1959. Miss
Universe contest, Miss Hadar
is a former member of the Is-
rael Defense Forces, and a
veteran of the 1956 Sinai Cam-
paign against Egypt.

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have a visa stamped into their I citizens for some time.

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Miss Israel Here for Two Events

Miriam Hadar, Miss Israel
of 1959 in the annual Miss
Universe contest at Long
Beach, Calif., will appear here
May 2 and across the border
in Windsor a day earlier for
two community-wide events.
The beautiful Miss Hadar is
speaking in Canada at a pro-

Mrs. Dita Natzor
Addresses Allied
DriveMeetToday

Mrs. Dita Natzor, Israeli pub-
lic _relations officer of Beer-
sheba, who was hostess to the
•-:*iii:inembers of
the 1959 De-
troit Service
Group Mis-
sion to Israel,
will • speak at
•:.the fourth re-
port meeting
of the Allied
%Jewish C a m-
paign, 12:15
p.m., today,
at the Fred
M. Butzel
M e m orial
Building.
Mrs. Natzor
1:h a s watched
:Beersheba in-
crease its
Mrs. Natzor Jewish popu-
lation from none to 43,000, and
grow from a Bedouin village to
a manufacturing, processing
and distributing center.
Born-in Brno, Czechoslovakia,
Mrs. Natzor studied at the lo-
cal university, taking her de-
gree in languages. During
World War II, as a member of
the Free Czech Forces, she
served with the Ministry of In-
formation at RAF headquarters
in Cairo. Following the war she
returned briefly to search for
the _survivors of her family in
Czechoslovakia. In 1947 she
made contact with her sister,
a resident of Palestine since
1939, who had come to Hungary
on a Zionist Mission. Two years
later she joined a large group
of Czech Jews in immigrating
to Israel. Her husband, Israel
Natzor, is administrator of
Negev citrus plantations for
the Jewish Agency.

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arship law student at NYU,
Miss Hadar was following in the
footsteps of her father, an emi-
grant from Poland who became
one of Israel's leading attor-
neys.
With one year remaining un-
til she receives her law degree,
Miss Hadar hopes eventually
for a career in the Israeli For-
eign Service.

Windsor Celebration
Story on Page 5

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gram marking the 35th anniver-
sary of Bnai Brith in Windsor.
She will address the closing
meeting of the Allied Jewish
Campaign in Detroit the next
day.
A finalist in the Miss Uni-
verse contest, Miss Hadar won
the public speaking trophy.
As a sergeant in the Israel
Defense forces, Miss • Hadar
participated in the Sinai Cam-
paign, when her Army Air
Force unit rolled to within 10
miles of the Suez Canal before
the United Nations' cease-fire
order.
Her Israeli beauty title was
not the first recognition Miss
Hadar received for pulchri-
tude, having been named Miss
NYU a year earlier. A schol-

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JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The

Ministry of Transport rejected
a suggestion by the Kaiser-
Frazer company of Haifa that
importation of cars be banned.
The Kaiser-Frazer plant is be-
ginning to assemble • Stude-
baker small cars and sought the
ban to protect the domestic
auto production industry.
-- The Ministry contended that
present import duties give suf-
ficient protection to Israel's
infant auto industry and at the
same time announced it was
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, April 22, 1960

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