ampaign Divisions Off to a Roaring Start
Michigan residents invested $125,-
421,000 in Series E and H savings
bonds in January—up 23.5 per cent
over the same month last year,
when the total was $20,500,000.
At the metropolitan division kick-off with Dr. Irving Kanat (left),
speaker, are John Nemon, division co-chairman, and Morris Fried-
man, chairman of treasury gifts. The metropolitan division has many
volunteers working to reach its more than 2,500 members for gifts
to the Allied Jewish Campaign.
Professional staff members of Detroit's Jewish services made
their pledges at an annual brunch. Pictured at the recent event are
(from left) Dr. Boris Nelson, director of fine arts at the University
of Toledo, who spoke to the social services section; Eugene Jaffe,
assistant executive director of the Jewish Community Center, chair-
man of the section; and Jack A. Robinson, chairman of the pro-
EVERY CAN ...
The industrial and automotive division was honored by the ap-
pearance of Mrs. Moshe Dayan at its fund-raising meeting. She is
shown here at dinner between Meyer M. Fishman (left), campaign
chairman, and Philip T. Warren, chairman of the division.
1 000 Athletes From 25 Countries
to Compete in Israel's Hapoel Games
Real estate division officers for the Allied Jewish Campaign
gathered to hear Samuel Haber, executive vice chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee, speak at the division's fund-raising effort.
Shown are (from left) George M. Zeltzer, precampaign vice chair-
man; Irving Seligman, division chairman; Haber; Meyer M. Fish-
man, campaign chairman; Leslie S. Grossman, precampaign chair-
man; and Graham A. Orley, division precampaign chairman.
TEL AVIV—With little more ceremonial opening of the Ninth
than one month to go before the Hapoel International Games April
29, many world sports stars have
pledged their participation in
Israel's biggest sporting event. A
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from 25 nationas will compete.
The United States, West Ger-
man and English athletics as-
sociations have all promised
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The four-day event will attract
15 top African athletes from six
Asia also will be well represent-
ed by its swimming champions
from South Korea and Singapore,
table tennis team and gymnasts
The United States will be send-
ing more than 50 top athletes to
compete in gymnastics, swimming,
tennis and fencing. Eight of the
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U.S.'s best swimmers will come
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Championships at Blackpool. Also
on parade will be the Long Island
West Germany, will be repre-
sented at its first Hapoel Games
—sending a strong contingent of
swimmers from Blackpool. The
Germans will also send their
Olympic water polo squad, na-
tional men's and women's volley-
ball teams and gymnasts.
Italy is represented by the top
women's basketball team from
. . . just one from
Vicenza and will also supply a
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lengths, long lengths,
dance groups for folklore events
to be held throughout Israel
during the games.
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In shooting, England is sending
its national team to do battle
against Israel. Meanwhile, the
yachting championships will at-
tract Rodney Pattison, Olympic
gold medallist and current world
and European champion in the
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"Flying Dutchman" class. Other
sailing champions will arrive from
West Germany, Italy, France,
Austria and Switzerland.
Many of the European nations
will be represented in another
major event at the games, the
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