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October 23, 1970 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-23

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Friday, October 23,1970-3


13 Detroiters Join UJA Mission

Thirteen prominent Detroiters,
leaders in the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign-Israel Emergency Fund, will
participate in the United Jewish
Appeal's two-week fact-finding mis-
sion to Israel.
Joining the nearly 400 American
Jewish leaders on the mission will
be William Avrunin, Abraham
Borman, Leonard Borman, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay M. Kogan, Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Seligman, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Hechtman, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Sloan, and Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Zuckerman.
Zuckerman, a national chairman
of the United Jewish Appeal, re-
cently visited Israel at the invita-
tion of Prime Minister Golda Meir,
and will serve as chairman of the
During the mission the partici-
pants will make an extensive sur-
vey of the social welfare pro-
grams in Israel which are sup-
ported by funds collected during
the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund. These include
programs for immigration and ab-
sorption, vocational training and
higher education.

level Israeli officials, including
Prime Minister Golda Meir, For-
eign Minister Abba Eban, Min-
ister of Finance Pinhas Sapir
and Defense Minister Moshe
The mission members will re-
ceive first hand information which
will enable them to carry out their
roles as leaders in mobilizing fi-
nancial support for the people of
Israel through the 1971 fund-rais-
ing drive.
In addition to supporting 16 lo-
cal Jewish agencies, this year's
campaign will raise money for hu-
manitarian aid to needy Jews over-
seas and for the transportation
and settlement of Jewish immi-
grants going to Israel.

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