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December 14, 1962 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-12-14

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Seek Knesset Debate on Israel Ownership of the

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish Ness)

Boris Smolar's

JERUSALEM — The Liberal,
Herut and Mapam parties sub-
mitted to •srael's parliamentary
speaker Tuesday an urgent re-
, quest for debate on the forma-
tion of a government company
(Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Inc.
Copyright, 1962)
for the promotion of nuclear
science and the development
March of Time
and exploitation of atomic en-
The entrance of the United Jewish Appeal into its 25th year ergy for peaceful purposes.
of existence—which was marked at the UJA national conference
The three parties contended
in New York—is an event of historic importance not just for
American Jewry . . . The 25th anniversary year of UJA will that the registration of the proj-
ect as a private firm financed
give food for thought to hundreds of thousands of Jews abroad,
by public funds constituted by
many of whom are alive today only because of the aid given to
passing of the knesset and its
them by UJA funds . . . What would have happened to the many
tens of _thousands of Jewish survivors of the Nazi camps who,
The firm's founding share-
after their liberation, were mere bundles of bones and skin
without any outlook for a normal life? . . . What would have holders include Prime Minister
been today the fate of the Jews in Yemen without the "Magic David Ben - Gurion, Finance
Carpet" operation carried out with UJA funds . . . What of the Minister Levi Eshkol and Dep-
tens of thousands of Jews who, after the war, were re-evacuated
from the Soviet Union to Poland in need to seek a new home for
themselves in Israel and in other new lands? .. . Not to speak
of the Jews from Tunisia and Morocco .. . More than 3,000,000
Jews have been transported and resettled in new homes; including
1,200.000 in Israel . . . And what about those who sought their
way to Eretz Israel as "illegals" when the country was under
British administration and practically closed to Jewish immigra-
tion? . . . The aid given to them reached them through the
Jewish Agency and the Joint Distribution Committee—the two
principal partners in the United Jewish Appeal.

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Honor the Modern "Maccabees" of Israel

Solid Partnership

The partnership between the Jewish Agency and the JDC,
cemented during the years of the existence of the UJA, has
brought about unprecedented unity in the ranks of American
Jewry in the field of philanthropy . . . Few remember now the
competition that existed between Zionist and non-Zionist Jews
in this country 25 years ago prior to the establishment of the
UJA . . . This competition in fund-raising had divided American
Jewry into two camps which were far from being friendly toward
each other . . . The animosity disappeared as soon as both camps
were merged in the United Jewish Appeal . . . The JDC was the
larger partner and • the Jewish Agency was the smaller . . .
However, as the partnership grew and the spirit of unity was
strengthened between the leaders of the two camps, the JDC
turned its emigration work to Palestine over to the Jewish
Agency and with it also necessary funds from the UJA . . . Thus,
the Jewish Agency became the larger partner and the JDC the
smaller, at the initiative of the JDC itself . . . This change was
brought about in a spirit of friendship even before the State
of Israel was established . . . Today the Jewish Agency is the
recipient of UJA funds for emigration to Israel while the JDC
is financing Jewish emigration to other overseas lands through
the United Hias Service . . . The JDC also finances the work
of the ORT in training Jews in many countries, including Israel-,
in useful professions, and almost a half of the JDC budget today
is spent in Israel in maintaining institutions for aged and handi-
capped immigrants.

UJA Pillars

Entering in its 25th year of existence, the UJA can divide
its history into three epochs . . . The first was the "Montor
epoch," when Henry Montor was the executive head of the
UJA . . . The second was the epoch when the UJA work was
conducted under Dr. Joseph Schwartz, who is now the executive
head of the Israel bond campaign . . . In the current period, the
work is conducted by Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman . . . Behind
the success of the UJA stand a group of devoted Jewish leaders.
outstanding among whom is Edward M. M. Warburg, general
chairman of the UJA for a number of years and now its
honorary chairman . . . He attempts to stand in the background
of the UJA by devoting himself chiefly to the work of the Joint
Distribution Committee of which he is the chairman . . . He is
always at the disposal of Joseph Meyerhoff, the present UJA
general chairman who is himself one of the strongest pillars.

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