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September 15, 1967 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-09-15

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6—Friday, September 15, 1967

Federation Annual Meeting to Honor
Gen. Bull Blames Egypt
60th Anniversary of Home for Aged for First Attack on Israel

The Jewish Welfare Federation the Jewish Children's Home on I From 1907 until 1931 the Home
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to The Jewish News)
will honor the 60th year of the Petoskey, it had already had two financed itself through contribu-
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.—Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, Secretary General
Jewish llome for Aged during the other buildings which it had cut tions, gifts, bequests and from U Thant's personal representptive on cease-fire matters, accused Egypt
residents themselves, then it joined
Federation's annual meeting 6 grown.
Wednesday of "initiating fire at two Israeli Mirage Fighter Aircraft
the Federation in its central plan-
p.m. Sept. 27, at the Jewish Center.
The Petoskey home was en- fling and financing through the flying north to south along the east bank of the Suez Canal" Tuesday.
of the Jewish Community Center.
larged in 1948, and in 1961 added i
Gen. Bull reported that the firing escalated to machineguns,
Allied Jewish Campaign.
Begun in 1905 as a hevrah the Sidney J. Allen Building. Hav-
mortars and recoilless guns in the clash. UN observer posts on the
Jack 0. Lefton. president of the
kadisha for the purpose of visiting ing outgrown its grounds and filled
Israeli side of the canal received several attacks from machinegun and
the sick, attending the needy and to capacity with 300 residents, the home, will describe the program
home began construction of a new and future needs of the agency, at mortar fire.
building on Seven Mile Road and the annual meeting.
The . Fred M. Butzel Memorial
Sunderland in 1964. The unit,
named Borman Hall in honor of Award will be made at the meet-
Abraham and Tom Borman, pro- ing.
vided another 200 beds. Again in I The business meeting will in-
1967, substantial remodeling to elude election of nine members to
provide esen more space has been the board of governors and a re-
completed. port from Federation President
Since 19470Ira I. Sonnenblick has Hyman Safran on the year's
I activities.
served as executive director.

Israel TV for Education Only, Donors Warn



arranging for last rites and burial
of deceased, in 1907 it saw the need
of caring for the aging by provid-
ing lodging and meals for homeless
old people.

The history Of the Jewish Old
Folks Home of Detroit, as it was
known until 1937, is one of rapid
and continuous growth. By 1946.
when it moved into what had been

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Roths- i Without these installations, Israel
child family has informed the cannot put into effect plans for a
Israel government that it cannot limited schedule of general tele-
agree to permit the television in- I vision broadcasts.
stallations it donated for educa-
tional television to be used for gen-
eral programs, the newspaper Unemployment Hits 32,98
Maariv said.
According to the daily, Lord Vic- ber of unemployed in Israel total-
32,987 in August, according to
tor Rothschild pointed out to the
Israeli authorities that the British figures released by the Labor Min-
government had permitted pur- istry. Of this number, 17,000 were
chase of the equipment free of tax employed as temporary workers.
on the understanding that it was The unemployment total marks a
to be used for educational purposes decline as compared with those in
only. He was, consequently, not the first months of 1967, which is
prepared to permit use of the ascribed by economists to the large
number of Israelis who are still
equipment for general, non-educa
mobilized in the army.
tional purposes.


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