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October 19, 1962 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-10-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, October 19, 1962

Detroiters Mobilize for Bond Drive Israel's Ministry

of Labor Allon
Tours U.S.

Detroiters who attended the. national Israel Bond con-
ference in • Washington mobilized, during the sessions for
activity for the drive for Bond sales during the balance of
this year. In the photo from the left are: Phillip Heitman, Mrs.
Joseph Katchke, Mrs. Heitman, Mr. and Mrs. Toni Borman;
Levi Eshkol, minister of finance of the State of Israel; Mrs.
David Miller, Mrs. Rachel Kurtzman, Mr. Miller and Louis E.
Levitan.

Kefauver, Irwin I. Cohn to Speak
in Behalf of Tri-City Israel Bonds

Kefauver has served as a
Dr. Manuel Goldberger, gen-
eral chairman of the Tri-City member of the Preparedness

Committees for State of Israel Subcommittee of the Senate
Armed Services Committee,
Bonds and the ,„„,,
which acts as a "watchdog" of
host comma-
the defense effort, and of the
nity for Bay
Judiciary Committee and sev-
City, Midland
eral of its subcommittees. In
and Saginaw
1959, he was appointed to the
Fourteenth
Senate Appropriations Commit-
Anniversary
tee, where he serves on the Pub-
Dinner Corn-
lic Works, Interior and Com-
mittee, an-
1merce Subcommittees.
nounced that
During 1950-51, as chairman
U.S. Senator
Kefauver
of the Special Committte to
Estes Kefauv-
er of Tennessee and Irwin I. Investigate Crime in Interstate
Cohn of Detroit will be the Commerce, his leadership in
featured guest speakers at the combatting organized crime in
annual dinner 6:30 p.m. Sunday America brought him to na-
at the Bancroft Hotel in Sag- tional prominence. Later, as
chairman of the Senate Com-
inaw.
Kefauver was nominated to mittee to Investigate Juvenile
serve in the Senate for a third Delinquency, more than 25 legi-
term in August, 1960. He was slative measures were intro-
his party's vice-presidential duced to curb juvenile delin-
quency throughout the country.
candidate in 1956.
Prior to entering the Senate,
he served for ten years in the
House of Representatives,
where he was a potent defender
of the TVA at a time when it
was under constant attack.
While in the House, he led in
AND HIS ORCHESTRA
securing legislation benefitting
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small business and the family
farm, and was one of the orig-
inal sponsors of the G.I. Bill
When in Windsor, Canada,
of Rights.
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free world, he has emerged as
Chanel, Caron, Pharmaceuti-
one of the chief guardians of
cals 222, Flagyl tablets and
the public's interest in resource
suppositories. Your dollar is
and power development and as
worth more in Canada.
a fighter against price gouging
Gordner's Pharmacy Ltd. in the steel and drug industries.
He was among the liberal
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Windsor, Ontario
House who fought against the
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Act, and who warned against
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tional security during the "Mc-
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Removal of
Detroit Socialites will hold a
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Simhat Torah Festival Dance
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NEW YOR, (JTA) — The
State of Israel is embarking on
a large-scale road construction
program to connect new areas
of development with the rest
of the country, General Yigal
Allon, Minister of Labor of the
State of Israel, said here.
Allon arrived this weekend
for a three-week tour of major
communities in the United
States and Canada in behalf of
the Israel Bond drive.
The Israeli Cabinet Minister
outlined Israel's master plan
for a network of new roads, for
which the World Bank recently
agreed to loan Israel $23,000,-
000. He stressed that this loan
pays only 45 per cent of the
cost, and that, as construction
progresses, Israel must meet
55 per cent of the cost of each
mile from its own funds, a large
portion of it derived from Is-
rael Bonds.
"We are trying to take ad-
vantage of the opportunity
which this loan gives us," he
said, "although it poses a tre-
mendous unexpected burden on
our economy. We want to over-
come the present bottlenecks
which afflict our roads."
New roads planned, he said,
include dual highways from
Haifa to Tel Aviv and on to
Ashdod, where Israel's newest
port is now under construction;
from Tel Aviv to Lydda Air-
port; and from Tel Aviv to
Petach Tikvah. A wider road is
planned from Tel Aviv to Jeru-
salem; a new road from Beer-
sheba to the new development
town of Arad, then on to S'dom,
site of the Dead Sea potash and
bromine plant, and a new road
from S'dom along the Arava to
Eilat, Israel's port on the Red
Sea.
This last project will reduce
the road distance from S'dom to
Eilat by 53 miles. The plan also
includes improvements for
roads in the Galilee, including
feeder roads to farm settlements
and villages.
Allon's visit to North Amer-
ica coincides with the opening
of the fall phase of the 1962
Israel Bond campaign, which
seeks a total of $66,500,000 for
the year. The drive has raised
more than $560,000,000 since
its inauguration in 1951 for the
development of every phase of
the country's economy.

Eban to Speak
at Detroit Israel
Bond Fall Dinner

Abba Eban, Minister of Edu-
cation and acting Foreign Min-
ister of the State of Israel,
will speak at
the annual
Detroit Israel
Bond Fall
Dinner on the
evening of
Nov. 26 in the
grand ball-
room of Cobo
Hall.
This will be
the major af-
fair of the
year for the
Detroit Israel
Bond Cam-
paign. T o in
Borman, gen-
Eban
eral chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond Com-
mittee, has asked Detroit Jewry
to "reserve the date for this
outstanding community - wide
affair."

Radomer Board Meets
Radomer Aid and Ladies So-
ciety will hold an executive
board meeting 8:30 p.m. Mon-
day at the Workmen's Circle,
18340 W. Seven Mile.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simkowitz
will host the session. Plans
will be completed for the Sim-
hat Torah dinner on Oct. 30.

Farmers own 3.6 million pas-
senger cars and 2.8 million
trucks.

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