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Contributors to the Allied Je•, ish
Summary presentations_ on the
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund fields of servfte wittlit -rnade- b3,
are being invited to participate in chairmen of the Federation's four
the 23rd annual pre-campaign budget and planning divisions,
budget conference, the 'Jewish whOse detailed reports will be dis-
Welfare Federation's forum on tributed in full before the confer-
community services. Dec. 19 at the ence.
I Max J. Pincus. chairman of the
Alan E. Schwartz. Federation community relations division, will
president, announced that a conti- present highlights of local and na-
nental breakfast will be served be- tional programs which deal with
ginning at 9:30 a.m, with the meet- such concerns as the urban crisis,
ing starting at 10 in Shiffman Hall. racial tension and a deeper under-
The conference is the beginning standing of Jewish life.
of the process which develops a
Ronald L. Greenberg, chairman
formula for the distribution of of the health and welfare division,
funds for overseas, national and will offer a report on the agencies
local social services and educa- within the division.
tional programs which are financed
George M. Zeltzer, chairman of
by the Jewish community through the education division, will concen-
the next annual campaign.
trate on current needs and prob- I
A major portion of this year's I lems facing Jewish education in
conference agenda will be allowed I Detroit and throughout the nation. '
for discussion and a question-
Irving Rose, chairman of the !
answer period, with the audience capital needs committee, will out- I
expressing ideas about needs, line expectations about building
agency services and related Fed- and major equipment requirements
of local agencies for the coming
"These opinions are extremely three-to-five-year span. I
valuable in helping the Federa-
Samuel Frankel, chairman of the
tion board of governors deter- 1972 Allied Jewish Campaign-
mine how It can best meet its
responsibilities toward the over-
seas crisis and at the same time
maintain a strong community at
home," Schwartz said.
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A quantity of 250 medals is now avail- r--
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able to the general public from the
SUITE 4011, SOS UNITED NATIONS PLAZA
NEW YORK. N. Y. 10017
limited edition of 4512 reserved ex-
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clusively for members of the Society.
Medal(s) in display packaging, to be shipped in
The medals are struck in proof quality
December 1971 as follows:
in gold on sterling, sterling silver and
_Gold on sterling @ $25 each
solid bronze; in larger than -silver dol-
_Sterling silver a $16 each
=Solid bronze @ $8 each
lar size, 39 millimeters. Price of the
Sales tax for N. Y. Residents
gold on sterling proof medal is $25,
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sterling silver $16, solid bronze $8; all
prices include lucite display holders.
Please add 50 cents for postage and
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Jailed JDL'er Paroled;
to•Be Deported to' Israel
Hershkovitz, the Jewish Defense
Leaguer sentenced to five years
last April for passport violations
in connection with his attempt to
kidnap Palestinian hijacker Leila
Khaled, was granted a parole by
the U.S. Parole Board, effective
May 15. Hershkovitz, 27, is in the
federal penitentiary in Lewisburg,
Pa. His wife, Nancy Joan, 20, is
On his release, Hershkovitz will
be deported to Israel, which has
accepted him is a citizen because
he used to live there and served
in the Israeli Army.
THE JUDAIC HERITAGE SOCIETY
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Zionist Organization of America ZOA
Slate No. 1
For American Delegates to the 28th World Zionist Congress
is the oldest, most influential and most visible Zionist force in
America. It led the struggle for Israel's statehood — when other
Zionist organizations timidly held back.
ZOA stands for loyal, all-out support of the policies of the incomparable
Golda Meir, insisting upon genuine peace and security for Israel and
full-scale assistance by the United States. ZOA remains preeminent
among American Zionist bodies in mobilizing public opinion for
Zionist objectives, in the best tradition of its great leaders: notably
Louis D. Brandeis, Stephen S. Wise and Abba Hillel Silver.
ZOA leaders and rank-and-file members have been the prime movers for,
and are identified with, all major American fund-raising for Israel.
They have served to found, support and expand the United Jewish
Appeal, Israel Bonds and the Jewish National Fund, both nationally
and in their local communities.
ZOA is the only major Zionist organization to denounce on moral grounds
a deal "reached in the night" by Hadassah, Labor (Socialist) Zionists
and Mizrachi concerning distribution of American delegates to the
Zionist Congress. Following a trial in Jerusalem, the Congress Tribunal
threw out that deal, saying: "We declare that the inter-party agree-
ment is of no effect and we instruct that it should not be followed."
repudiates the insinuation that it is "affiliated" with a political party
in Israel. This is a baseless accusation cast by Hadassah and its
Vote ZOA Slate N 0
new "partners" under the simplistic slogan of "non-party Zionists."
This is too shoddy to fool anyone.
ZOA is impelled to alert Hadassah women around the country (and like-
wise their Zionist husbands) that. Hadassah's officialdom in New York
is in effect transforming their organization into a satellite of the
ruling political Labor Party of Israel. This is a policy which is calcu-
lated to damage the independence and credibility of American Zionism
in times of crisis.
ZOA stands for a progressive society in Israel, concerned for the welfare
of all Israelis, the centrality of Israel in Jewish life and the unity of
the Jewish people.
ZOA presents a platform that expresses the point of view not only of the
husbands and wives who are ZOA members, but of almost all reg-
istered Zionists, not identified with the "left" or the "right," who
are the mainstream of the • middle-of-the-road American men' and
women in every walk of life, and upon whom the vigor of the Zionist
movement and the welfare of Israel depend.
ZOA calls especially upon the women of all organizations which are
primarily engaged in fund-raising for worthwhile projects In Israel to
remember that their husbands and fathers, sons and brothers have
given them substantial financial support. Now it is most appropriate
for them and their menfolk to vote ZOA Slate No. 1, the guardian of
Comprising the most distinguished, staunch
and experienced leaders in American- Zionism