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Rabbi Stolltnan's JNF Women Raise $44,000 for Fund
Among the messages of greet-
Mrs. William Levin, fund-
Zionist Congress raising
chairman of the Ladies' ings was • one from Mendel N.
of the Jewish National Fisher, JNF national executive
Report on Feb. 8 Auxiliary
Fund, announced at the annual director.



Boris Smolar's

Between You
... and Me'

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(Copyright 1961,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)

Personality Profile

Meet Irving Kane, president of the Council of Jewish
Federation and Welfare Funds . . . As the head of the central
body which represents the communities in this country and Canada,
Kane is concerned about everything in Jewish communal life . . .
But he is dismayed about nothing . . . He is deeply interested in
problems of Jewish philanthropy, education, culture, social aid,
overseas aid, religion, civil rights, community organization and
Israel . . . His philosophy is that the goals and values of Jewish
life in this country do not really change .. . He believes that at
least in America, Jews will ultimately survive as a religious com-
munity, or not at all . . . He considers the Jewish religion as our
highest credential in a non-Jewish world . . . In his view, even
our secular activities were born of and are infused by our religious
faith . . . Judaism as a religion is to him the application of time-
less principles to timely problems . .. A lawyer by education and
a businessman by profession, Kane has emerged as a national
figure in American Jewish life after devoting much of his time
to Jewish communal activities in Cleveland, where he resides . . .
He now devotes even more of his time to national Jewish causes,
commuting between Cleveland and New York to attend important
policy-making Jewish gatherings . . . Prior to his becoming presi-
dent of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds,
he was chairman of the National Community Relations Advisory
Council.
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Inside Israel

Arabs inside Israel are causing the government some concern
because of the results of a survey conducted on their loyalty to
the country . . . It is well known that the present economic situa-
tion of the Israeli Arabs is very good . . . Nevertheless it has been
established that serious disloyalty exists among them . . . The
average Arab listens to broadcasts from Cairo and likes them .. .
He regards Nasser as the leader of the Arabs, just as do average
Arabs elsewhere : . . The younger generation in Arab villages and
towns has difficulty in settling down . . . Some attend the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, return to their birthplaces and find they
do hot fit in . . . Some of them emigrate, while others just slip
across the borders into neighboring countries . . . The Israel gov-
ernment is doing its best for the Arabs by setting up new indus-
tries in Arab areas especially for the Arab population . . . The
government has launched credit facilities for Arabs and is arrang-
ing meetings between Arab intellectuals and Jews . . . However,
the survey shows that the effectiveness of these efforts in terms
of the average Arab's loyalty to the state has been minimal .. .
The Arabs are willing to share in . Israel's prosperity and to enjoy
health and school facilities of a welfare state, but they still regard
the state as an alien force and refuse to pay their share of taxes
. . The problem of Arab youth is especially a difficult one • .
Abott 1,650 young Arabs have been caught fleeing from Israel
into Arab countries . . Their defection stemmed mainly from
Arab nationalism and some of them were involved espionage
. . . Another element among the Israeli Arabs which provokes
concern is the Arab farmer . . . Arab farmers have always re-
fused to pay taxes, even under Turkish and British rule . . . They
are 'giving Israel even more trouble in this respect than they did
the previous regimes.

Rabbi Isaac Stollman, former
national president of Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi, will report
on the 25th
World Zionist
Congress p r o-
ceedings at a
public meeting
8:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday at
Young Israel
of Northwest
Detroit, 17376
Wyoming.
While he ab- Rabbi Stollman
sented himself from the first
two days' sessions, because
he was sitting shivah in Jeru-
salem—having brought the body
of his mother, Brocha, - for bur-
ial in Israel—he was active for
the balance of the two weeks.
He was a leading member of
the committee on education and
conferred with leading educa-
tors, including Minister of Edu-
cation Abba Eban.
The Congress report meeting
has been arranged by Detroit
Mizrachi-Hapoel Hamizrachi,
and the Detroit Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis. Admission to
the meeting will be free, and
there will be no solicitation of
funds. Refreshments will be
served.
A report will be submitted at
Wednesday's meeting on the
progress being made for the
annual dinner of the Council of
Orthodox Rabbis Feb. 27.

donor event, at Temple Israel,
Tuesday, that the women this
year thus far raised $44,000 for
the JNF land reclamation and
irrigation and tree-planting pro-
grams.
The large gathering of par-
ticipants in this year's event was
greeted by the Auxiliary's pre-
sident, Mrs. George J. Lerner.
The guest speaker, Ira A.
Hirschmann, who was - a top
ranking government official in
displaced persons refugee pro-
gramming, described Israel's
grim position amidst many
hostile nations, and urged con-
solidation of efforts to uphold
Israel's hands in its • uphill
struggle of building the coun-
try .
Mort Freeman was • the guest
artist. Lois Ack, accompanied by
Bella Goldberg, led in the sing-
ing of the national anthems.
Harry , Portnoy introdu
program.
Mrs. Max St
n was the
program cha'
under whose
direction
event was ar-
ranged. 0 the soci- - -
committe
ere Me6
liam Ho s, Samuel B
London, braham
William chumer.
Hoste
were Mesda
Samuel
er, A. Po
ry
Davis, Ben
, Harry
Kraft, Jules Kraft, Harry
Schumer, Max Stollman and Irv-
ing Zeff.

Branch Seven, LZOA

Elects Mrs. Greenberg

New ca ficers of Branch
Seven, Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion, are Mrs. Irving Greenberg,
chairman; Mrs. Sigmund Kiko-
ler, vice-chairman; Seymour
Matenky and Mrs. Irving Dunn,
secretaries; • and Elbert Dia-
mond, treasurer.
The next meeting will be held
Feb. 12 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Matenky, 19426
Burgess. Guest speaker will be
Saadia Gelb of Kfar Blum,
Israel.

Israeli Writer in U. S.

Moshe Shamir, prize-winning
Israeli novelist, arrived in the
27 for a three-month
jointly sponsored
rith Hillel Fum-
e United JeWish
speak at faculty
therings in col-
versities through-
ry on problems of
ael and on Israel's
and culture.



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Louis Segal to Speak at Farband Conclave

Harry Schumer, president of
Farband City Committee, an-.
nounces the conference of all
Farband mem-
bers in De-
troit will be-
gin with a
banquet din-
n r p.m:
Feb. 11 and
will be con-
cluded Sunday
. with a 12:30
p.m. session'.
Guest speak-
er at the din-
ner will be
LOuis Sega 1,
general secre- Segal
tary, who will report on the
World Zionist Congress which
he attended in Jerusalem and
on acute matters in Israel. Segal
also will install a number of
new members, announces Louis
Levine, Farband organizer. Gifts
will be pres ted to outstanding

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Beth Aaron Prepares
`Exodus' Theater Party

Proceeds from the "Exodus"
theater party, being sponsored
by the Beth Aaron Sisterhood
and Men's Club, will be used
to aid a worthy synagogue pro-
ject. This affair will be held
7:30 p.m., Feb. 12.
Mrs. Jerome Silberman, ticket
chairman, has announced every
effort is being made to fill re-
quests so that families and
friends may have reserved seats
ogether. Reservations may be
de with Mrs. Silberman, DI
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rus Sets Fun Night

games night will be held by
Dan Frohman Chorus 8:30
. Feb. 18 at the home of Mr.
d Mrs. Frank Newberg, 20276
• edfern. The public is invited.

Detroiter • MRS. PHILIP
FEALK has been elected first
vice president at the recent an-
nual convention of the National
Bureau of Federated Jewish
Women's Organizations.

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