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February 08, 1974 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-02-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 8, 1974-11

Campaign Workers to Gather
for Report Meeting on Sunday

Great Entertainers:

JOHNNY
MATHS LADDER'S
SCOTCH

86 Proof

All Allied Jewish Cam-
paign - Israel Emergency
Fund workers are being
asked to attend the campaign
report breakfast meeting 10
a.m. Sunday at Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek.
William M. Davidson and
Lewis S. Grossman, general
campaign chairmen, an-
nounced that Paul Zucker-
man, general chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal, will
report on his latest trip to
Israel and the meeting of the
board of overnors
of the
g
Jewish Agency.
Campaign division leader-
ship will make progress re-
ports.
For reservations, call the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
WO 5-3939.

Junior Telethon

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The junior division's gener-
al campaign to support the
1974 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund will
be kicked off with an orienta-
tion meeting 10 a.m. Sunday
in the 12 Mile Rd. building
of United Hebrew Schools.
General campaign chair-
man. Neil Satovsky said the
campaign will differ from
those of other years. Using a
new telethon format, volun-
teers will be working in
groups, rather than as indi-
viduals calling from their
own homes.
"We're optimistic that the
camaraderie and the team
spirit of working together will
result in greater success
than before," he said.
The telethons begin Sunday
evening at 7- and continue
with three - hour sessions
nightly, excepting Friday and

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A recent immigrant to Israel from Russia, Dr. Michael
Kotik, describes his experiences to Elly Passer, adviser, and
Dorene Finer, chairman, of the junior division women's
section. At a meeting of the section's 1974 Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund, many young women
doubled their AJC-IEF pledges.

ports that the total raised is
Saturday, until Feb. 21.
Satovsky said that his corn- about double that from the
mittee, co-directed by Feder- same contributors last year..
ation Junior Division Presi- Last year's division total
dent Burton D. Farbman, de- topped $100,000 for the first
cided on the change for sev- time.
Vice chairmen of the gen-
eral reasons. "New cam-
paigners can learn from lis- eral campaign are Barry M.
tening to others with more Klein, Barbara Kosit and
experience. It's not so hard Garry Rosenblum. Associate
when there are other workers chairmen are Harold Du-
nearby. We can eliminate the browsky, David A.• Jaffa, Su-
bothersome followup calls san Karabelnick, Gail Ker-
which workers had to make win, Jeffrey Kukes and Jane
by simply putting the 'no- Zukin.
Area chairmen for the tele-
answer' number on the list
thons are Peter Alter, Je-
for the next session."
A total of 250 workers will rome Beale, Michael Bene-
be asked to contact 2,500 dek, Ian Cascade, Miriam
young adults in the Detroit. Chaiken and Jennifer Cohen.
area. Also included are Stephen C.
Speaking at Sunday's ori- Cooper, E d r i e Goldstein,
entation meeting will be at- Mark Goodman, Michael Jaf-
torney Abba Friedman, chair- fe and Haven King.
man of the foreign affairs Other area chairmen are
committee of the American Vicki Levin, Barry Levine,
Jewish Committee Detroit Donna Levine, Margaret Met-
Chapter and member of the zger, Judy Moss, Roberta
Jewish Community Council's Patt, William Rubenfaer,
Charles Schiff, Susan Silver,
executive committee.
Friedman will explain the Cherie Sternberg and Nancy.
overseas needs of -the cam- Yost.
Those working on the jun-
paign, and Satovsky will
identify the local and na- for division telethons are
tional beneficiaries which re- asked to attend Sunday's
ceive funds raised by the an- meeting and to contact Lil-
nual AJC-IEF. Tian Bernstein, junior division
To date, the JWF's junior director, there. For informa-
division has held two meet- tion, call Mrs. Bernstein at
ings to raise funds for the the Jewish Welfare Federa-
1974 campaign. Farbman re- tion, WO 5-3939.

Israel Budget to Focus
on Security Expenditures

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approximately 48 per cent
this year. Next year's bud-
get will probably be the first
in which more than 50 per
cent of the GNP will be de-
voted to security expendi-
tures.
The heavy security burden
forces an increase in the
foreign currency deficit. This
year's deficit in foreign cur-
rency is estimated to be
$2,500,000,000 compared to
$1,750,000,000 in the last fis-
cal 'year.
Next year's deficit will be
higher, partly to be covered
by United States foreign aid.
The cabinet decided on a
series of measures intended
to "depress the standard of
living" in the goverment of-
fices and of officials.
These were the first meas-
ures adopted following the
recommendations of a minis-
terial saving committee head-
ed by Agriculture Minister
Haim Gvati.
The new measures are in-
e to save IL 30 , 000 , 000
t en
ddt
in the next two months, a cut
of 20 per cent in the expendi-
tures in that period.
The measures the cabinet

adopted include replacement
of large official cars, includ-
ing those serving ministers
and deputy ministers, by me-
dium sized cars; mileage
quotas to be frozen until the
end of the next fsical year;
the policy of providing high
officials with full-time cars
to be reviewed; telephone ex-
penses to be frozen; special
efforts to be made to see
that officials do not use of-
fice telephones for private
calls; travel abroad on pub-
lic account (government Jew-
ish Agency, municipalities,
universities, Histadrut) will
be decreased.
The cabinet also discussed
in detail problems arising
from the implementation of
the recent law providing spe-
cial privileges for discharged
soldiers.
Housing Minister Zeev
Sharef told how in some
ministry district offices sol-
diers entered with their per-
sonal weapons in order to
make their demands for bet-
ter housing more impressive.

Men who live on promises
have a slim chance of real
success.

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