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April 16, 1976 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-04-16

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Jewish Agency Board OKs
New $502 Million Budget

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The board of governors of
the Jewish Agency approved
a $502 million budget for
the agency's operations dur-
ing the 1976-77 fiscal year
and also approved a request
from Jewish Agency Trea-
surer Leon Dulzin for a $150
million interim budget
pending the agency's gen-
eral assembly here in July.
The meeting, presided
over by board of governors
chairman Max Fisher of
Detroit and attended by
Yosef Almogi, chairman of
the Jewish Agency and

World Zionist Organization
Executives, continued for
more than eight hours Mon-
day.
Board members from
abroad closely questioned
agency officials about how
estimates of immigration
were reached, how income
was spent last year and
what the priorities would be
for spending this year
should fund raising fall be-
low the expected goals.

COMPLETE ALTERATIONS

NEW YORK — The pres-
entation of an eight-foot
bronze statue of Abraham
Lincoln to the people of Is-
rael by the people of the
United States will be made
during a two-week tour of
Israel leaving New York on
May 20.
Sens. Jacob Javits and
John Sparkman and Rep.
Richard L. Ottinger intro-
duced the joint resolution to
Congress that this statue,
donated by Leon and Ruth
Gildesgame of Mt. Kisco,
N.Y., be presented as a gift
to Israel. The resolution was
signed into Public Law by
President Gerald Ford.
The award-winning sculp-
ture, the work of the late
Sidney Loeb, portrays Lin-
coln as a young congress-
man. It will be set on a pe-
destal of Jerusalem rock
donated by the America-Is-.
rael Friendship League and
unveiled in Ramat-Gan.
For tour information,
contact the Israel Govern-
ment Tourist Office, 488
Madison Avenue, New York,
N. Y. 10022, or the America-
Israel Friendship League,
136 East 39th St., New
York, N. Y. 10016.

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Family Is Topic
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NEW YORK — A public
seminar on the "Changing
American Family and Its
Impact on Jewish Survival"
will be held May 6 at ZOA
House in New York, under
the sponsorship of the Zion-
ist Organization of America
and the ZOA new York
Women's Committee.



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WASHINGTON (ZINS)
— The United States had
supplied some weapons to
the Christians in the Le-
banese civil war, but had
stopped short of enough to
enable them to hold off the
predominantly Moslem left-
ists, according to the Jeru-
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Detroiter's Novel
Published in May

NEW YORK — Former
Detroiter Chayym Zeldis'
new novel, "Brothers," will
be released by Random
House in May.
The story, in first person,
is about an evil character's
lust for power and domina-
tion over all, and his grow-
ing pre-occupation with his
brother who has become a
self-appointed prophet wan-
dering the countryside.
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