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January 19, 1962 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-01-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Janu ary 19, 1962 —

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Boris Smo ► ar's

World Bank to Give Israel Loan of

$30 Millions

pansion of roads and highways
and for the building of new
roads, he said that the Bank
was sending a mission to Israel
which will report back to the
officials in Washington probably
by the end of March.
Included in the plans, he said,
is not only highway expansion
but also, possibly, use of some of
the funds to complete railroads
connecting the Negev with the
central part of Israel.

NEW YORK, (JTA)—Satisfac- Eugene R. Black, president of
tion with his present visit to the the International Bank for Re-
United States and with the re- construction and Development;
sults of his financial discussions and - - o .ls in the State
Export-Import
in Washington was expressed D rtment, t
/
ilk, the Inte ational Monet-
here by Israel's Finance Minis-
and and e Agency for
ter Levi Eshkol, prior to his d
Inter tional D elopment.
parture for Israel.
sa
(Copyright, 1962,
Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
ree The Israeli inance Minister
Eshkol, who s t a
By BORIS SMOLAR
weeks in this cou y meeting said that Uni d States Govern-
(Copyright, 1962, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.)
members of the ennedy Ad- men aid to ael will continue.
Jewish students in American universities are now identi- ministration a conferring with As •r the t nding World Bank
United Jewish loa , ear ked for Israeli ex-
fying themselves more and more with Jewishness, but this is leaders of
e
Israel
Bond
Appeal
and
not the case with "thousands" of Jewish faculty members . . . ganization s?id he anticip,
A report to this effect, presented to the National Hillel Com- that the rael government
mission of Bnai Brith by Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, national obtain
loan of b t w
director of the Hillel Foundations, gives a highly encouraging $25,000 0 and $30,0
picture of the current response of Jewish students to Hillel's the W ld Bank in
e Israel gove n
social, religious and cultural program in universities and colleges soon.
added would fable to
. . . However, it emphasizes that Jewish faculty members are proce s from t aj loa
quite different from Jewish students in this respect, even though year.
both are part of the same university community . . . In the
In eneral, h aid, he ad
opinion of Rabbi Kahn, the faculty's identification with and "very riendly
ssions" *th
PURE BEEF
knowledge of the Jewish tradition are one generation behind a nu er of lea g Wa ngton
the students'. . . They are closer to the so-called "lost genera- officia particularly t e con-
Plump, Juicy
tion," and a great number of them have not yet developed the cerned ith finance nd econ-
Bursting with Flavor
wish to identify themselves with Jewishness . . . The Hillel omy.
Enjoy Superior
Foundations are, therefore, planning to devote increasing atten-
with whom
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Wilno Kosher Salami
tion to the involvement in the Hillel program of the thousands he confe • in Washington
and Bologna too!
of Jewish faculty members who constitute the intellectual ferment were Secretary of the Treasury
At Leading
of the campuses in America . . As to the Jewish students, the C. Douglas Dillon; Secretary of
Delicatessens,
report points out that whereas a decade ago the question with Agriculture 0 r v i 11 e Freeman;
Supermarkets and
them was whether to consider or not to consider ,themselves
as Jews, this is not the case today . . . Today, they do not
Restaurants.
Despite the highly effective
hesitate to identify themselves with the Jewish community,
Salk
polio
vaccine
developed
which on the campus is Hillel . . . The report cites a number
of universities where hundreds of Jewish students attend.. Hillel through the March of Dimes,
functions . . . The same, is true also with regard to attending more than 85,000,000 Americans
Hillel religious services . . At the University of Vermont, at the beginning of the 1961 po-
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with 510 students, all but 10 of the -total Jewish enrollment lio season had negreeted to get
SALAMI • FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEEF •.
came to Kol Nidre services, and 1,900 attended these services their full series of shots. Of these
at Cornell . . . At the University of Illinois, 800 students wor- 6,000,000 were children under
Distributed in Detroit & Michigan by:
shiped at Hillel's Kol Nidre services, while another 700 traveled five, the group most vulnerable JULIUS POLLAK, 7522 Fenkell, Detroit Tel: UN 2-5822
to
polio.
to Chicago on a special train chartered by Hillel to attend
religious services in their home syngagues . . . Years ago, before
the war, attendance of Jewish students at High Holy Day
services was- numerically unsubstantial.
* *
Community leaders throughout the country are displaying
great interest in the results of the basic study on Jewish
contributors conducted by the University of Chicago for the
Jewish Community Council of Essex County (Newark) . . . Its
implications are of importance not only to Newark but to every
TOMATO SAUCE
Jewish community in the country, and to every Jewish giver
interested in maintaining organized Jewish community life in
this country . . . Jewish' Community Council of Essex County
deserves high praise for being the first with such a study which
will probably be emulated by other communities . . . Not all
the facts revealed by the Newark study have so far been re-
ported in the press . .. Take for instance the question whether
the system of '"card calling" in fund-raising affairs is acceptable
or effective? . . . Or, whether a yearbook listing the contributors
and their contributions should be issued, so that everybody
should know the extent of the gift each contributor made . .
Or, whether married women should make their own contribu-
tions to the UJA and how do such contributions affect total
family giving? . . . Answers to these and other similar questions
are given fully in the survey and are well analyzed by Herma
Pekarsky, executive director of ahe Jewish Community Counc
of Essex County . . . The study shows that the Jewish Federatio
and Welfare Funds have been very important educational a
socializing instrumentalities in American Jewish life, that t
interests of the Jewish contributors may be changing, but t
basic services and programs for which the Jewish welfare fun
were established are still valid.

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