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February 16, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-16

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Allied Jewish Campaign Women's Division
Prepares for Its Phonogift Solicitations;
Numerous .Divisions Hold Drive Functions

The women's division will launch
its fourth annual Phonogift cam-
paign March 10, in an attempt to
contact by telephone 10,000 women
donors of the Jewish community
regarding their individual contri-
butions to the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund.
Intensive efforts to make tele-
phone contacts will continue
through March 18.
Eight hundred volunteers are
needed for making telephone re-
quests to prospective contributors,
Mrs. Ben Mossman, Phonogift
chairman, said.
There will be work periods of

Iniques of telephone soliciting, two
Medicine, Yeshiva University.
'briefing sessions will be conducted
The speakers' first-hand narra-
by the women's division. Both tive will emphasize Israel's post-
training sessions will be held at
war condition and needs.
Phonogift headquarters in the
The seventh annual luncheon of
Zionist Cultural Center, 18451 W.I the attorneys' section of the pro-
Ten Mile, Southfield, at 9:30 a.m. fessional division will be held at
Feb. 28, and March 6.
the Howard Johnson Motor Lodge,
Campaign committee meetings, Michigan and Washington Blvd.,
luncheons, dinners and cocktail 11:45 a.m. Thursday.
Zvi Kolitz, author, theatrical co-'
parties, which precede the offi-
cial launching of the Allied producer of Broadway's first Bibli-!
Jewish Campaign-Israel Emer- cal musical comedy, "In Someone
gency Fund, are well under way. Else's Sandals" and motion picture,
Sponsors of February campaign co-producer of Israel's first major
events are the professional, services film, "Hill 24 Doesn't Answer,"
will be guest speaker.
and junior divisions.
three shifts daily, except Satur-
Attorneys' section chairman is
A cocktail-dinner party of the
days, and two shifts Sundays. medical physicians' section of the Joseph H. Jackier and co-chair-
Women may volunteer by calling professional division will be held men are Joel G. Jacob and Nathan
Mrs. Celia Baruch, Jewish Wel- in Raleigh House. Southfield, 6 L. Milstein.
fare Federation, Women's Divi- p.m. Wednesday, Dr. Stanley H.
The 1968 Junior Division Men's
sion, WO 5-3939, extension 87, or Levy, section chairman and Drs. Special Gifts cocktail party at the
Mrs. Mossman, UN 4-0273.
Ned Ira Chalat and Stuart Ham- Downtown Howard Johnson Motor
Volunteers will be assisting Mrs. burger, co-chairmen, announced.
Lodge, 8 p.m. Thursday, also will
Mossman, Mrs. Signey S. Hertz,
Guest speaker will be husband be addressed by Kolitz.
the executive chairman, and the
Officers of junior • men's special
and wife, Major Shulamit Legum
advisors, Mrs. Morris Brandwine of Israel's Women's Army Corps gifts are the chairman, Paul D.
and Mrs. Milton A. Weiss, as well and Dr. Cyril Legum. Dr. Le- Borman; co-chairman, Lawrence
as other officers and committee gum, known as the parachuting K. Snider; and associate chairmen,
members.
doctor, is pediatrician and fel- Ira J. Jaffe, Stuart Kaufman. Spen-
To acquaint workers with tech-
low at Albert Einstein College of cer Patrich, Michael Scheinker and
Harry Wineman Jr.
The services division pacesetters
dinner will be at the Sheraton
Cadillac Hotel Monday. Addressing
the group will be Leighton A. Ro-
NEW DELHI (JTA) — Israel, meet the threat of famine in senthal, president of Work Wear
Corporation,
Cleveland. Co-chair-
is trying to woo a reluctant India! underdeveloped parts of the
men of the Services Division are
into accepting trade relations and world.
Leonard J. Bonin and Robert A.
technical assistance of a kind that
Horowitz spoke before the third Steinberg.
Israel has provided to other Asian, committee of the United Nations
and African nations in the past. Conference on Trade and Develop-
An intense courtship is being - ment, which is taking up the prob-
conducted by Israeli delegates to lem of increased public and pri-
the United Nations Conference on vate capital to underdeveloped
Trade and Development which nations.
opened here a week ago to develop
The Israeli economist, in his
a global strategy to help under.' maiden speech before the inter-
developed nations in the areas of national gathering, said that "the
commerce and industry.
two main problems, the danger of
India, so far, has been demon- famine and incomes below subsis-
strably cool to the idea of trade tence level, can be solved by a
with or technical aid from Israel.' rapid and tremendous rise in ag-
New Delhi is anxious to maintain ricultural output and accelerated
its good relations with the Arab industrialization in developing
states which she has consistently countries."
supported on the political level
"The problem of capital supply is
since last June's Middle East war, I
though purportedly anxious at the a crucial one for those parts of
the
world that are still in the pro-
same time, to steer clear of in-
volvement in that region's disputes. cess of developing," he said. By1
Detroit's Allied Jewish Cam-
transferring capital to underdeve-•
The Israelis insist however, that loped areas, particularly in periods paign-Israel Emergency Fund drive
despite India's warm relationship of recession, the industrialized na- nears the $5,000,000 mark. At the
with their Arab foes, nothing bars tions would help those areas and pre-campaign dinner held Feb. 7 at
them from providing technical as- at the same time ease their own' the Statler Hilton, the sum of
sistance to private firms in India , sometimes violent fluctuations be- $4,730,000 was announced. Guest!
or purchasing Indian goods. As a'' tween boom and depression. Horo- speaker at the dinner (shown in '
means of influencing New Delhi,1 witz noted that at the moment photo) was Rabbi Herbert Fried-
the Israeli delegation has publish.' sonic $10,000,000,000 potential is man (left), executive vice-presi-
ed a 40-page booklet containing a stagnating which, he said, is tan-. dent of the United Jewish Appeal,
pictorial history of Israel's develop- tamount to retrogression. He urged major beneficiary of the Detroit
ment in various fields and her the industrialized nations to exer- drive, who is shown being greeted
technical cooperation with under.' cise "imagination and the political by guests at the dinner, Dr. and
developed nations.
will to meet the challenge" and Mrs. William Haber of Ann Arbor.
The Israeli delegation to to return to the "spirit that fired
UNCTAD, headed by Minister of the world after the Second World
Commerce and Industry Zeev War when the Bretton Woods Con-
Sharef and chaired by Ambas- ference took place. a spirit which
sador Michael Comay, political has been dulled by the affluent
adviser to the foreign ministry j society."

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 16, 1968-5

French Jews Hike Gifts
to Israel Twenty-Fold

PARIS (JTA) — Contributions of
French Jewry to Israel during

1967 totalled $12,000,000, roughly 20

times as much as in previous
years, Baron Elie de Rothschild,
the French-Jewish communal lead-
er, reported.
Among the 94,000 who contrib-
uted to the record total were non-
Jews totalling seven per cent of
the givers.

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in Jerusalem, brought up an-
other big gun in the person of
David Horowitz. governor of the JTA Wires Obstructed
Bank of Israel. Horowitz arriv- by Cable Problems
ed here to take up a leadership'
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
post with the delegation.
to The Jewish News)

NEW YORK—News transmission
The Kenya delegation to UN-
CTAD has demanded a retraction between the London and New York
offices
of the Jewish Telegraphic
and apology from Indian news-
papers which reported that Kenya Agency continued under great dif-
had been among the Asian, Afri- ficulties Wednesday as a result of
can and Communist bloc nations the failure of two trans-Atlantic
that walked out of the chamber cables. JTA communications be-
When Sharef delivered his first tween the two offices are carried
on leased cable circuits.
speech last Nteek.
Alternative transmission using
The acting head of the Kenyan
delegation told the Jewish Tele- the telecommunications satellites
graphic Agency that there was no was put into effect Monday, but the
walk-out by his delegation and in JTA transmissions were received
fact there were two representa- with a considerable amount of
tives of Kenya in the chamber garbling, delaying distribution of
when Sharef spoke. He said that news until corrections could be re- ,

Kenya wants to steer clear of in- ceived.

At the same time, seasonal at-1
volvement in the Arab-Israeli dis-
mosphereic conditions affected the
pute.
Horowitz called here Wednes- JTA radioprinter leased circuits
day for a global economic policy from New York to Tel Aviv, inter-
aimed at the rapid expansion of fering with transmission of news
farming and food production to from New York to Israel.

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