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October 28, 1966 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-10-28

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All-Faiths Chapel at Sinai Hospital
to Be Built With Gifts From Levys

A $50,000 gift to its Challenge
Fund by industrialist Edward C.
Levy and his wife, Pauline, will be
used to construct an All-Faiths
Chapel at Sinai Hospital, Board
President Nate S. Shapero an-
nounced.
The chapel will be located with-
in the proposed $8,000,000 patient
care addition, according to pres-
ent plans. The new edifice is ex-
pected to house 150 acute medi-

for this purpose. "It was more
supply of 6,000,000 tons of rock
the fact," said Levy, "that our i for a seaport at Ashod in Is-
living has come from business
rael. Levy also is a founder of
dealings with people of all religi-
the Technion in Israel.
ous creeds and we have never
Service on the boards of direc-
sought to become a part of any- tors of the United Foundation and
thing segregated. This is America, Junior Achievement, and work
the American way, in our opin- with the Merrill-Palmer School,
ion." Bar-Ilan University of Israel, the
Levy is president of vast busi- Urban League and the local
ness holdings in Southeastern Y.M.C.A. are among Levy's many
Michigan which include the Levy voluntary activities.
Slag Company, the Clawson Con-
He is a benefactor of the Massa-
crete Co., the Asphalt Products chusetts Institute of Technology,
Co. and the Detroit Lime Co., that Michigan Tech and other schools,
encompasses the largest lime kiln is a life member of Perfection
in the world with a production ca- Lodge and the Elks, is a past pres-
pacity of 800 tons per day. ident of the National Crushed Slag
The Levy Co. recently built
Associaton and is a member of
the largest rock crushing plant
the Board of Trustees of Sinai
in the Middle East to supply ma- Hospital.
terials for housing, water and
The Levys have two children,
sanitation pipes, roads and
Edward, Jr., and Mrs. Janet
bridges, and is now completing a
Aronoff, and six grandchildren.

Israel and European. Common Market

By ELIAHU SALPETER

quest but did not go much beyond
promises. Fr a n c e, theoretically
JERUSALEM — In the first sympathetic, is more concerned
week of October, Israel submitted with obtaining status in the Mar-
her application for associate mem- ket for her former colonies which
bership in the European Common are now members of the French
Market. Nobody here expects the Community of Nations. Italy, the
application to be accepted swiftly economically most underdevelop-
and without difficulties by the ed of the six, is also the most op-
governing council of the Common posed to Israel's admission, both
for general and specific reasons.
Market.
Generally, Italy is not interested
Of the six members of the Mar-
ket, only three are clearly in in the admission of any other
favor of giving Israel some special country less developed than her-
status — Belgium, Holland and self (for example, Greece), fear-
Luxembourg. As for Germany, her ing that as a result the benefits
present ChanceHor and former of her own membership for her
Minister of Finance Ludwig Ehr- pace of developments would be
hard indicated, both in the past diluted. It is something like when
and now, support for Israel's re- the poorest member of the family
suspects the appearance of new,
even poorer relatives. Specifically,
Italy fears the competition of Is-
rael's citrus exports with her own
citrus in the Common Market.

Chief JTA Correspondent in Israel
(Copyright, 1966, JTA, Inc.)

EDWARD C. LEVY

cal and surgical beds as well as

a modern surgical pavilion.

A member of the Engineering
Society of Detroit and the Asso-
ciation of Iron and Steel Engi-
neers, Levy was born in Big Beav-
er, Mich., at the turn of the cen-
tury, and, as a boy, attended the
Big Beaver Community Church, a
place of worship for people of all
beliefs.
This was not the determining
factor in the Levys' decision to
make this contribution to Sinai

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length. It includes Spain, Greece
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several African countries. Israel
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decision on her application until
prior applicants are taken care
of.

Hoping for an ultimate favorable
decision, Israel counts on the
political sympathies of at least five
of the six members. She offers
also two major economic argu-
ments in support of her applica-
tion. First, Israel imports from the
six countries of the Market over
$200,000,000 worth of goods an-
nually. Though this is a relatively
small percentage of their total ex-
ports, for several industries of
some of those countries sales to
Israel are of major significance
and those industries have a strong
interest to preserve their Israel
markets. Moreover, Israel's ex-
ports to the Common Market
amount to only about $122,000,000,
i.e. the trade balance shows an
$80,000,000 surplus in favor of the
Six, for which Israel pays with
cold cash.

But more important is the sec-
ond argument: there is a funda-
mental mutual economic interest
between the Market and Israel.
The economies of Europe's in-
dustrialized nations suffer, and
will suffer for the foreseeable
future, from a shortage of man-
power. This means skilled man-
power — engineers, technicians,
trained workers. This potential
could be employed in Israel in es-
tablishing factories that would
in conjunction with European in-
dustries providing them with parts
and semi-finished products for
mutual profit and development.
Such cooperation could also bring
to Israel investments from over-
seas, while Israel could open, for
European co-production, markets
in several underdeveloped coun-
tries the world over.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, October 28, 1966-5 ,

Home for Aged Sets Annual Meeting

The Jewish Home for Aged will
hold its 60th annual meeting 11
a.m. Sunday at Borman Hall.

LeVine, Edward C. Levy, Sylvan
Rapaport and Alan E. Schwartz.

New nominees for a three-year
term are Eugene Epstein and
President Jack 0. Lefton will Warren Greenstone. Nominated for
preside and report on developments a two-year term are Daniel Car-
of the past year and plans for the penter and Lawrence Gubow.
future. Speaker will be Rabbi
Irwin Groner of Cong. Shaarey
Zedek. There will be election of
hoard members with the slate
being presented by Edward I.
Fleischman, chairman of the nomi-
nating committee.

GEORGE
OHRENSTEIN

Named for re-election to a three-
year term are:

Herman August, Harry Barnett, Al
Borman, Kaye G. Frank, Edward I.
Fleischman, Arthur Howard, Morris
Karbal, Dr. David Kliger, Daniel M.
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