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March 31, 1967 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-03-31

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Allied Campaigners Inaugurate 1967 Drive

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ALLIEn JEWISH - CAMPAIGit

Friday, March 31, 1967-7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Agnon, to Come to U.S. in May

S. Y. Agnon, winner of the 1966 advanced age his activity in the
Nobel Prize for Literature, will United States will be limited to
make his first visit to the United his public appearance in behalf of
States in May, it was announced the Hebrew University of Jerusa-
by Irving Mitchell Felt, chairman lem.
of the Society of the Founders of
the American Friends of the Ile-
brew University, under whose
7 out of 10 times
auspices the visit will be made.
we recommend
The 79-year-old Israeli author will
make the trip at the invitation of
Murry Koblin Adv.
the founders. He will be accompa-
nied by his family.
Three times we don't.
Felt said that due to Agnon's
Often another agency may
specialize in your par-
ticular business. But, if
Pioneer in Pediatrics
you're one of the 7,
Henry Koplik, a 19th century
Shirlee Koblin
American Jewish physician, was
recommends
a pioneer in the field of pediatrics.
you call UN 1-5600
He was the first to establish milk
stations in the United States.

FOR JEWISH CAUSES An01.!ND THE CORNER.mouND -THE woRuri

FLEET MANAGER

LARRY STERN

Will Appreciate
Your Continued
Patronage

Top campaign workers, under the leadership
of Alfred L. Deutsch, are shown in upper photo
at opening campaign function in the Aaron DeRoy
Auditorium of the Jewish Community Center. The
initial sum of $4,229,000 was raised at the March
22 rally at which Philip M. Klutznick was guest
speaker. In photo on left, Klutz/lick is shown be-
ing greeted by William Avrunin, executive direc-
tor of the Jewish Welfare Federation, and Carmi
M. Slomovitz. In the lower portion of the upper
photo, the Jewish Center Golden Age Chorus is
shown being directed by Cantor Nicholas Fenakel.

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Brig. Gen. Dan Tolkowsky Due
ill Detroit; Ex-Israel AF Chief
to Talk for Technion, Campaign

A two-day visit to Detroit next
week by Brig. Gen. Dan Tolkow-
sky, former commander in chief
of Israel's Air Force, was an-
nounced by Robert Brody, presi-
dent of the Detroit Chapter. Amer-
ican Society for Technion and
Allied Jewish Campaign General
Chairman Alfred Deutsch.
Gen. Tolkowsky will be speaker
at a Detroit Chapter public meet-
ing at the Jewish Center 8 p.m.
Thursday. He has been invited by
Dr. Leon Fram
to deliver t h e
guest sermon at
Friday night
services April 7
at Temple Israel.
In addition, he
will make several
other appear-
ances and meet
with some of De-
roit's community
leaders.
Gen. Tolkowsky
He will address a report meet-
ing of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign 12:15 p.m., April 7 at
the Butzel Building. Gen. Tol-
kow will give a first-hand report
dealing with the general condi-
tions in Israel that exist today.
Gen. Tolkowsky, 46, is a leading
business executive playing an ac-
tive role in public affairs. after
a career as commanding officer of
the Israel Air Force.
Born in Tel Aviv, he attended
the Herzliya Gymnasium and re-
ceived his BS degree in engineer-
ing from the Imperial College of
Science and Techonology, London,

in 1941. ,
He volUnteered for services
with the Royal Air Force in
1942, and saw active service as
a fighter pilot in the Mediter-

ranean Theater. He was dis-
charged in 1946 with the rank
of captain.
Returning to engineering, he was
employed by an engineering de-
velopment firm in Great Britain,
the general manager of which was
Alexander Goldberg, now president
of Technion. He left his job in
Britain at the end of 1947 and re-
turned to Israel to join what was
then the Israel Air Force in em-
bryo, as operations officer.

Seven years later, he was ap-
pointed officer commanding the
Israel Air Force, serving in that
capacity through the Sinai Cam-
paign, until 1958. He was respons-
ible for introducing the first jet
aircraft into the air force.

In 1959, Gen. Tolkowsky was
appointed executive manager of
the Israel Investment and Finance
Corp., affiliated with the Israel
Discount Bank. later becoming a
managing director of the Discount
Bank Investment Corp. Ile is also
a member of the National Council
for Research and Development.
the National Council for Civil
Aviation and the advisory commit-
tee of the planning authority of
the government.
Gen. Tolkowsky has served since

OR PASSOVER !

1959 and is presently a member of
Technion-Israel Institute of Tech-
nology international boar d of !
governors.

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At the campaign luncheon,
the Women's Division will be
honored for its outstanding job
in this year's drive with special
guests, Mrs. Arthur H. Ric;
campaign chairman, and Mrs. I.
Jerome Hauser, president of the
Women's Division, present at the
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activities also will be honored by
the Women's Division board of di-
rectors, and Mrs. Harry L. Jones.
national chairman of the Women's
Division of United Jewish Appeal.
Campaign leaders and workers
are invited to the meeting and
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the Jewish Welfare Federation,
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