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January 16, 1976 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

22 January 16, 1976

Bonds Raise $277 Million in 1975

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NEW YORK In 1975
the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion produced in excess of
$277-million in cash for the
development of Israel's'
economy, which represents
the largest amount in one
year except for 1973, the
year of the Yom Kippur
War.
President Michael Arnon,
said that the results of last
year's Israel Bond campaign
surpassed the figure that
was realized in 1974 in com-
munities in the United
States, Canada, Western
Europe and other parts of
the free world, and is con-
siderably in excess even of
the amount realized in 1967,
.the year of the Six Day War.

Jews Decide Not
to Return to Iraq

LONDON (ZINS) — The
Iraqi Embassy confirms
that not a single Jew has ap-
plied for a return to Iraq,
following the publication of
large advertisments in Lon-
don papers inviting those
• Jews who had left Iraq to
come back.
Book Honors Late HUC-JIR Head
Public assurances were
given that all returning
College-Jewish
Institute
of
JERUSALEM — One
Jews would receive full
hundred Israeli archaeol- Religion.
lights as citizens.
The festivities took place
ogists and historians partic-
Iraqi authorities have also
at
the
home
of
Israeli
presi-
ipated in a special observ-
announced that, to their
ance • • marking the dent Ephraim Katzir. The knowledge, so far no Jew
publication of a memorial new book, "Eretz Israel, has yet accepted the offer to
volume honoring the late Volume 12: Archaeological, return "home," and that.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, presi- Historical and Geographical rumors to the contrary are
dent of the Hebrew Union Studies," was published ' without foundation.
• •• ■ •=11 jointly by the Israel Explo-
ration Society and the He-
FIRESTONE
brew Union College-Jewish Clergy, Women
JEWELRY
Institute of Religion.
&
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NEW YORK — Christian
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earth
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grave.
clergy
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-- The Talmud United States are in Israel
on a 10-day inter-religious
seminar in Israel, sponsored
by the commission on inter-
religious affairs of the
American Zionist Federa-
tion.
Meanwhile, Dr. Phoebe
Stanzler of Flint, Mich., is .
in Israel on the 17-day
Women's Interreligious
study tour of the Middle
East.
Our Annual
The tours are created to
bring about a better under-
Clearance
standing of Israel and the
Mideast.

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the cash raised since the in-
ception of the Israel Bond
program 25 years ago. Of
that amount, 85 percent
represents sales in the U.S.
To date, Israel has repaid
$1.3 billion for the redemp-
tion of Israel Bonds.

As in previous years, the
most important single ele-
ment contributing to this
year's successful effort, Ar-
non explained, was the re-
sponse by the Jewish com-
munities of the various
countries, in which Israel
Bonds are sold.
He also pointed out that
another key element of the
campaign in 1975 was the
"exceptional showing" by
the institutional sector
which was responsible for
the sale of $70 million in
Israel Bonds to banks,
pension fundi, labor
unions, communal institu-
tions and endowment
funds.
The 1975 Israel Bond re-
ceipts bring to $3.2 billion

JERUSALEM — A group
of Druze professionals have
come out with a plea for
.high-level attention to the
problems of their commu-
nity — especially that of the
attitude of the government,
according to the Jerusalem
Post.
The chairman of the
group which formed a year
ago without political affila-
tion is Saab Hamed, who re-
ported a "growing bitter-
ness" among the country's
46,000 Druze toward the
goVernment, which, he said,
declared a policy of integra-
tion, but in practice did lit-
tle.

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