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August 11, 1967 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-08-11

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CJFWF Mission Hears of New Needs in Europe, Israel

PARIS (JTA) — A delegation
of American Jewish community
leaders who came here on behalf
of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds to study
the needs of Jewish refugees from
Arab countries, was told Monday
that the Joint Distribution Corn-
mittee is in no position to meet
the needs resulting from the Is-
raeli-Arab war in June and its
aftermath. The delegation was ad-
dressed by Charles Jordan, JDC
executive vice chairman.
The CJFWF mission came to
Paris on its first leg of a tour in
Europe and Israel for the purpose

of assessing the current needs fac-
ing Jewish communities in the
United States and Canada as a con-
sequence of the June war. In ad-
dition to conferring with the JDC
leader, the members of the coun-
cil's mission also held sessions
with leaders of the Fonds Social
Juif Unifie, the central Jewish
welfare body of France, and with
top representatives of the Stand-
ing Conference of European Jew-
ish Communities. The
CJFWF
leaders left Monday afternoon for
Israel on the second leg of their
inspection tour.

Noting that JDC's budget as

set up early this year called for

expenditures totaling $21,000,.
000 for aid to needy Jews in
Europe and Israel, Jordan told
the American delegation that
the following "unseen factors"
now affect the JDC's budget for
1967:
1 — Amplifying the existing wel-

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2 — Ways and means for pro-
viding aid to Jews in countries
where the JDC is not allowed to
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3 — Providing care for men,

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Friday, August 11, '1967-23

THE DETROIT JEWISH MEWS

Cantor Herman Malamood Liturgy at the Concord
KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. —, of New York City's Temple An-

women and children who are able
to leave those countries and make
their way to Europe; and

For more than a quarter of a cen- shei Chesed on Westland Avenue.

During his service with the
tury. observant Jews from all over
the United States and from several' Armed Forces. Cantor Malamood
toured
Germany, France, and
foreign
countries
have
celebrated
Israel.
Switzerland in goodwill tours with
"The budget available to us for the New Year at the Concord Hotel the 7th Army Symphony as leading
1967,' Jordan stated. "was barely in the heartland of New York tenor soloist.
sufficient to meet our normal pro- State's Catskills. Rosh Hashana
gram, set up to serve 250.000 Jew- begins this year on Oct. 4 and Yom
ish needy in 29 countries whom Kippur. begins Oct. 13.
Guests who attend the tradit-
we served. But now, in order to
meet the new needs, it is neces- ional services in the Concord Syn-
sary for us to enroll new sources agogue this year will hear the lit-
ploudy we ottek
of support from governmental, in- urgy sting by Cantor Ilerman Mal-
amood
and
the
18-voice
ensemble
tergovernmental a n d voluntary
Cantor
agencies to supplement the funds of the Concord Choir under the
Robert Fingeroth,
provided for our normal program direction of Sholem Secunda. Ser-
vices will be conducted by resi-
by the United Jewish Appeal."
assisted by
Leaders of the CJFWF mission dent Rabbi Joseph Weintrobe.
Cantor Malamood is considered
here included Louis J. Fox, of
yComous
Baltimore. president of the coun- by Metropolitan Opera House of-
LAfeLeCe Ctiei/t
cil, which is the central body for ficials to be one of the nation's
800 Jewish communities in the most promising tenor voices. He
has a background well-steeped in
United States and Canada.
Hebrew and has served as cantor
Israel needs at least -10,000
ROSH HASHONAH
immigrants annually to cope
AND YOM KIPPUR
with its demographic problems,
SEIttitCCS
Aryeh L. Pincus, chairman of

Amplifying the JDC's hos-
, pital and rehabilitation services in

4



REILLY'S HURON HAVEN

the Jewish Agency executive,
said in Jerusalem Tuesday at
a meeting with the mission.

Pincus also told the American
leaders that the Jewish Agency,
has been cooperating with scien-
tific institutes in studying the
problems of absorption and that
agency officials were taking part
in refresher courses to acquaint
them with the needs of each new
group of immigrants.
He suggested also that all stories
of volunteering by Jews through-
out the world for Israel in the
May-June crisis and war should
be collected and issued in book
form.
Sapir I a u d e d the work of
American Jewry and its leaders
for Israel. He singled out the
federations and welfare funds.

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Labor

Day

Fox replied that the main credit
should go to Israel and its people
who gave their lives as well as
funds. But, he added. when speak-
ing of the American Jewish efforts.
one should not overlook the role
of the Jewish professionals who
seldom appeared in the limelight.
He said that while lay leaders
in the United States and Canada
did their part in the special Israel
Emergency Fund Campaign of the
United Jewish Appeal, it was large-
ly due to the diligence and devo-
tion of the executive directors that
the campaign was so successful.

per

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