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January 14, 1972 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
38—Friday, January 14, 1972

Local Bond Cash Sales Total $4.5 Million

EMIRIESTONE

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The 1971 Detroit Israel Bond Other highlights included events tion in the U.S. In Bond High
■ Isolevair
Memosoritior.
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Campaign resulted in $4,519,400 in sponsored by Israel Bond medical
Holy Day Appeal results.
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cash sales, it was announced by professions, Alpha Omega Dental
Dinners were held at Bnai DaVid,
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Louis E. Levitan. Detroit director. Fraternity, Detroit Zionist_Federa- Bnai Moshe, Beth Hillel, Beth
(313)557-1160
This was the highest total for any tion, Labor Zionist movement- Shalom and the new Beth Abra-
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year, excluding the Six-Day War landsmanshaften, Shaarit Haplay- ham-Hillel.
year of 1967. Detroit thus main- tab, "United Israel Bond" groups
The women's division had an
tained, its position among the lead- and Bnai Brith.
active role with its Israel fash-
ers of the nation in per capita
A total of $1,680,000 was sub- ion show, sponsor luncheons, Gold-
Israel Bond cash -sales.
scribed at the Israel Bond High en Sponsor Israel Airlift to Wash-
A highlight of the 1971 campaign Holy Day Appeal and related ington, Israel BbndJNF luncheob
was the third annual Israel Bond congregational activities, not in- and the Cash Action Day lunch-
Dinner sponsored by the Metro- eluding the Reform Federation eon.
politan Detroit Federation of Re- dinner. Adas Shalom set the
A vital feature of the 1971 Israel
form Synagogues, which resulted pace with $813,000 in Israel Bond Campaign was the partici-
in more than 61-350,000 in Israel Bond pledges, thus maintaining pation of commercial banks, which
Bond subscriptions. its position as the top congrega- made Third 'Development Invest-
ment Issue 51/2 per cent on-demand

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JCCouneil to Testify at Hearing
on Behalf of Proposed Welfare Reform

Israel Bond purchases totaling
over $500,000.

The Jewish Community Council gan congressmen have been in-
will use its updated statement on vited to hear the testimony.
welfare reform as the basis for
lieaffirrning its support for
testimony to be delivered at an adequate welfare reform, the
open hearing on proposed national Jewish Community Council re-
welfare legislation Monday in the cently adopted an updated state-
chambers of the Detroit Common meat on welfare reform which
Council and Wayne County Board focuses primarily on national

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ing organizational programing.
The statement was developed by
a special committee on welfare re-

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form headed- by Mrs. Selina Goode
and composed of several members
of COuneirs urban affairs sub-com-
Mittee, according to Harley M.
Selling, chairman of that subcom-
mittee.
For copies of the Council state-

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soirree materials on national and
State welfare legislation and gen-
oral information on the welfare
situation, call the - Council office,
S62-1880, ext. 3.



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become the first woman to sit as
a judge at the Central Criminal
Court, London's famous Old Bailey.
Mrs. Beilbron, 56, is the wife of
a Jewish surgeon in Liverpool. In
1956 she was the first woman re-
corder at Burnley, Lancashire,
where she still sits-
,
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merit in a book as in a house, if
the zeaderwetald abide there.
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legislation.

Mrs. Seymour Rowe, co-chair-
man of Council's community rela-
tions committee, will deliver the
testimony at the hearing, called
for 10 a.m.-noon and 1:30-4 p.m.
Monday.
The hearing is sponsored by the
Leadership Conference for Welfare
Reform, a Detroit-based group to
which Council belongs. All Michi-
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The statement was announced
by Hubert J. Sidlow, Council presi-
dent and John H. Shepherd, chair-
man of Council's community rela-
tions committee.
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The statement deals with dimen-
sions
of the welfare situation re-
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sulting from the deficiencies of
existing welfare systems. Problems
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Featuring
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Acknowledging the national ad-

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federalization of the welfare sys-
tem and to include the working
poor, Council's statement notes
certain deficiences in HR 1 and the
House-passed version of the admin-
istration's proposal, and offers
several recommendations' which it
feels national welfare legislation
should include;
The Council statement empha-
sizes that the Jewish community
should address itself to the crisis
in - welfare -that- exists throughout
_this community, the state and na-
tion. It dotes "As American Jews,
we must share the responsibility
for making our elected representa-
tives-.responsive to the need for
welfate reform."
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seminated to Council-affiliated or-
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rtf.
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preparing testimony and in conduct-

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