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November 08, 1968 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-11-08

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Election
Results

UJA Launches Cash Drive for $40,000,000
pledges for the UJA regular cam-

Albert B. Adelman of Milwau-
kee, chairman of the United Jew-
ish Appeal's national cash collec-
tion campaign, announced the
launching of a massive drive to
raise at least $40,000,000 in cash
in the last two months of this year
to meet the critical social welfare
needs of the people of Israel.
The drive will seek to redeem

the pledges made earlier, through
hundreds of community campaigns paign, which in addition to the pro-
throughout the country, on behalf
of the UJA's Israel Emergency
Eastland
Northland
Fund, which is devoted to carrying
Lot 4
out the vast humanitarian pro-
Lot G
grams on behalf of the hundreds
41- z usl
of thousands of immigrants the
UJA helped bring into that coun-
try. The drive also will redeem

(Continued from Page 1)
Daniel S. Cooper, Albert A.
Kramer and Jack Faxon were re-
elected to the State Legislature.
Dennis .M. Aaron, Lawrence R.
Pernick, Paul Silver and John
Shepherd were elected Super-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
visors.
On the eve of the election, Vice
President Humphrey met with the
Conference of Presidents of major
Jewish organizations and said
there was "reason to believe there
will be no undue delay" in the de-
livery of Phantom jets to Israel
Specializing
by the U.S. He said if elected he
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pressed the view that the Soviet
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direct action that might destroy
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Israel and its neighbors.
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Humphrey spoke of "guidelines"
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for a new secretary of state to ex-
press the "strong rebukes" of anti-
Semitic policies in the USSR. He
acknowledged the existence of a
strong pro-Arab lobby in Washing-
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ton and pledged to do his best to
overcome it.
The Council of Presidents last
weekend, after meeting with
both Humphrey and Nixon —
declared it "does not and will
not" endorse any candidate for
President or any office.
Humphrey sent a message to
Agudat Israel supporting "educa-
tional assistance by the federal
government . . . to children in
both public and non-public
schools."

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