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April 14, 1967 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-04-14

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mandant, now managing director
of the Israel Discount Bank In-
vestment Corp., addressing Friday's
gathering, said that Israel had
s entered the third phase of its de-
velopment with more sophisticated
and severe problems than in the
early years of growth. He admitted
that "had we in Israel been more
experienced in dealing with the
complex problems of a developing
country we might have acted
more carefully." He added:
"The recent phase of growth,
which was a $200,000,000 pump-
priming operation on Israel indus-
try, resulted in full employment
and an excess of imports over
exports to the country. Present
problems have resulted from de-
creased rate of immigration and
reduced demand for housing in
addition to excess of imports over
exports and unemployment."

■■•■■

Allied Jewish Campaign Reaches High ,
Mark of Encouragement Toward Succes

General Dan Tolkowsky is shown here addressing last Friday's Allied Jewish Campaign report
meeting. At the head table are major campaign division heads.

A high mark was reached last
Friday in the solicitations for the
Allied Jewish Campaign, and the
division heads expressed confi-
dence that the hoped-for 56,000.-
000 goal can be attained.
Campaign chairman Alfred L.
Deutsch. reporting on the total of
$4,712.219 then reported from
14,751 donors, said the amount
raised was 80 per cent of last '
year's total secured from 60 per
cent of 1966 pledges.

At the next report meeting,
9:45 a.m. Sunday, in the lecture
hall of Sinai Hospital, Dr. Julien
Privet., the hospital's executive
vice president, will review the

present services and future
growth of Sinai. Both Sinai Hos-
pital and its Shiffman Clinic
are Allied Jewish Campaign
beneficiaries.

At last Friday's meeting, honors
were extended to the women's divi-
sion, headed by Mrs. Arthur H.
Rice, which has thus far raised
99.4 of its last year's total of $697,-
000. Mrs. Harry L. Jones, national
chairman of the 1..Inited Jewish
Appeal women's division, praised
the women workers and com-
mended Mrs. Rice and Mrs. Jerome
Hauser, president of the women's
division.
Malcolm S. Lowenstein, pre-

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campaign vice-chairman, reviewed
progress of pre-campaign workers
and urged them to step-up the
tempo of solicitation. Harold S.
Norman, also a pre-campaign vice-
chairman, called for division re-
ports.
Brigadier General Dan Tolkow-
sky, former Israel Air Force com-

Know Your Community

Contributors to the Allied Jewish
Campaign help Israel grow grass
and trees where none had grown
before and they make the desert'
bloom. They have helped settle
250,000 immigrants in towns that
did not exist 10 years ago.
Detroiters indicated they are
well aware of the need at the Pre-
Campaign Budget Conference of
the Jewish Welfare Fund held in
December of 1966, when it was
agreed that 58 per cent of the 1967
Allied Jewish Campaign funds
should be applied to the work that
is being done by agencies over-
seas.

Not to deprive local services,

the percentages were based on
the proviso that the campaign
raise at least $5.573,000.

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services given by United Jewish

Appeal agencies in the United
States, Europe, Africa and Israel.
UNITED HIAS SERVICE—Last
year $50,000 in local funds helped
carry on the agency's program to
assist Jewish migrants in moving
to countries other than Israel
where they could find freedom and
security by providing temporary
care and shelter and aided in
helping them become self-sufficient
in the new country.
AMERICA-ISRAEL CULTURAL
FOUNDATION—This agency which
w as allocated $16,000 by the Allied
Jewish Campaign in Detroit in
1966 finances Israeli cultural insti-
tutions and programs.
JEWISH TELEGRAPHIC AGEN-
CY — World-wide news services
which keeps the press, radio and
television up-to-date on events in
and affecting Israel. It received
a grant of $11,000 in 1966.
HEBREW UNIVERSITY-TECH-
NION JOINT MAINTENANCE
APPPEAL — The $33,150 allocated
from Detroit's campaign helps
support Hebrew University at Je-
rusalem and the Israel Institute
of Technology at Haifa.

In 1966 the United Jewish Appeal
and its agencies received $2,800,-
000 out of a total of $2,295.000 allo-
cated in Detroit to overseas agen-
cies.
Other overseas funds aided by
the Allied Jewish Campaign are:
JOINT DISTRIBUTION COM-
MITTEE — Out of the total pro- '
posed JDC budget this year of
$23,000,000, approximately one-
fourth will go to the Malben pro-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
gram of medical care, homes for
the aged and cash relief in Israel. 10 — Friday, April 14, 1967
For the care of Jewish children
and adults in Moslem countries
and in Europe, the Joint will spend
$8,500,000 on child care, medical
aid, cash relief, secular and reli-
gious education, food packages.
ORT programs of vocational
training will receive grants of $2,-
000.000. Relief in transit for im-
migrants will take $3.200.000 with
the remainder of the $23.000,000
going for support of 115 yeshivoth
in Israel, assistance to immigrant
rabbis, Passover relief and a myr-
iad of other small but important
projects.
NEW YORK ASSOCIATION
FOR NEW AMERICANS — The
greatest number of requests which
come to NYANA are for family
service, relief and rehabilitation
for immigrants coming to the
United States. The agency has a
budget of 8810,000 for 1967. It also
gives. vocational training and pro-
vides occupational guidance. and
job placement and provides loans
to help newcomers to this country
get started on a new life.
Nearly 1,000,000 lives are direct-
ly touched — and helped — by the

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