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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-10

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Reoches Victorious Windmitii;
Four Honored for Aiding Israel Education

(Continued from Page 1)
division of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, major beneficiary in the
drive, spoke on her experiences in
this year's national campaign and
described it as a renaissance of
Jewish identity." She spoke of the
most exciting emergence of a Jew-
ish spirit in the third generation
of Amercan Jews and paid tribute
to the Jewish Welfare Federations
in this country for their increas-
ing services and current accom-
plishments. In her experience, she
said the 22-year-old Detroit wom-
en's division is the best among the
women's campaign divisions in the
land.
pey urged his fellow work-
,o visit Israel and to witness
for themselves the great accom-
plishments there. He said that a
people under so many challenges
is certain to succeed.
Prior to making the presenta-
tion of awards to Mrs. Schdver,
Abe Shiffman and Max and Phillip
Stollman, Fisher commended the
campaign chairmman, Deutsch and
Jospey, and stated that "the dis-
tinguishing characteristics of our
fine Detroit community is the man-
ner in which new and young lead-
ers. have risen to the challenge
each year."
Reviewing Israel's accomplish.
ments, Fisher recalled the prob-
lems that confronted Israel in
the past few years and the ad-
justments that had to be made.
He indicated the need that arose
for special efforts to establish
high schools - in Israel to provide
for secondary education for the
less affluent, and he praised the
four recipients of the "Fellow
of Israel Education" awards for
having aided that program:
He praised Mrs. Schaver for es-
tablishing the Morris L. Schaver
High School and for her participa-
tion in the comprehensive high
school in honor of David Ben-
Gurion.
He paid honor to Shiffman for
establishing a high school in the
immigrant development town of
Tirat Carmel south of Haifa.
Commenting on the Stollmans'
gifts he said:
"The names of Max and Phil-
lip Stollman have long been as-
sociated with Jewish learning.
Those of you who have visited
Bar-Ilan University and read the
plaques on the buildings some-
times think of it as a Detroit

institution. In Ramat Gan, a sub-
urb of Tel Aviv, the university
grew from an enrollment of 70
in 1955 to 3,500 in 1968. The
Stollman dormitory was built in
1956 and the Stollman adminis-
tration building will be dedicated
this month.
"Temporarily deferred but still
in the Stollman plans is a compre-
hensive high school on the Bar-
Ilan campus. Phil Stollman is
chairman of the board of trustees
of the university and Max is a
member of the board of overseers.
But these are just formal titles.
We know Max and Phil as the
moving spirits- of this religiously
oriented educational complex."
At last year's victory dinner, a
total of $5,548,673 from 21,689
pledges was reported. The cam-
paign finished with $5,780,000 and
23,347 pledges.
At the pre-campaign budget
conference last December a
formula was set up which said
that $5,950,00 was needed for
local, national and overseas re-
sponsibilities for the regular Al-.
lied Jewish Campaign and that
any sum in excess of that amount
Would go to the Israel Emer-
gency Fund. Israel's needs this
year therefore will be met lo-
cally in an amount exceeding
$6,000,000.
The two-part campaign placed
the burden of extra procedures on
headquarters facilities, in addition
to making the job of solicitation
much more difficult this year,
Avrunin said.

Israeli Administration
Winning Arab Friends?

JOHANNESBURG (JTA)—For-
mer Deputy Defense Minister
Shimon Peres Monday expressed
the belief that the future Arab-
Tgraeli peace pattern might emerge
from the manner in which Israel
administered the areas it occupied
in the June war.
He told a dinner meeting here
11tinching the South African Jewish
day school campaign that in these
areas, "our policy is tough only
when necessary, liberal wherever
possible, and it is bringing about
on-the-spot cooperation that may
produce the conditions for peace-
ful coexistence."
The former defense official
stressed however that while Israel
would win any further war the
Arabs might try to mount, "our
main concern is not military vic-
tories but a permanent peace set-
tlement in the Middle East. We
don't," he said, "want to become
victims of our military successes.
What we want is peace."

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The invocation was given by
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In reviewing the c a m p a i g n,
Deutsch, who is completing his
second campaign in the command
position, commented on the re-
sponse to the plea for additional
workers this year.
"The people of the community
have been especially generous of
thAr time this year, and have
devoted extra hours to solicitation
in person and to the Telethon
which continued until just a couple
of hours prior to the victory din-
ner. It is noteworthy that a num-
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Deutsch said that the general
solicitation among young adults,
women, organizations and the met-
ropolitan divison had increased
from $278,000 in the 1967 AJC to
$605,000 for the AJC and IFF
this year, a percentage gain which
is much greater than the overall
campaign increase.
There has also been an increase
in the number of new gifts which
are in part a result of the re-
snonse to the Israel Emergency
Fund last summer. People who
had not recognized the importance
of continuous support for welfare
services in Israel were impressed
with the need when the very exist-
ance of the country was threat-
ened, Deutsch commented. He
said that many of these people
have continued and increased their
support during the present cam-
paign.
Deutsch and co-chairman---
Maxwell Jospey, upon their re-
turn from a tour of Israel, called
a special meeting of the pre-
campaign workers on Tuesday
to urge last minute solicitations
of prospects of over $1,000 so
that every gift could be included,
in the victory dinner total.
Final cleanup of prospects who
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Responding to the presenta-
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