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September 21, 1979 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-09-21

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Friday, September 21, 1919 67

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

He that is surety for a
stranger shall smart for it;
but he that hateth them
that strike hands is secure.

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Detroit Banks Loan Israel $4 Million to Ease Crisis

The United Israel Appeal
has negotiated a loan for $4
million with four major De-
troit banks to facilitate the
flow of cash in support of
humanitarian programs
conducted by the Jewish
Agency for Israel. Cash is
desperately_ needed at the

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present time in Israel said Manufacturers National
Detroiter Paul Zuckerman, Bank, Detroit Bank and
who serves as UIA trea- Trust and the Jewish Wel-
surer. fare Federation at a lunch-
United Israel Appeal is eon Sept. 6 at the Standard
an agency of the United City Club. Michigan Na-
Jewish Appeal, the major tional Bank is also par-
beneficiary of Detroit's Al- ticipating in the loan.
lied Jewish Campaign — Is-
Similar loans to the UI•
rael Emergency Fund.
were negotiated in 1975 and
Zuckerman and UIA Con- 1977.
troller Harold Goldberg met ,
"The cash crisis in Israel
with representatives of the is real," said Federation Fi-
National Bank of Detroit, nance Committee Chair-
* * *

and His ORCHESTRA
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FRANK PAUL

man Toby Citrin. "We can
all help a little more to keep
these life-sustaining pro-
grams in Israel working by
paying our Campaign
pledges as soon as possible."

Prosperous New Year

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Completing arrangements for a $4 million loan to
the United Israel Appeal are, clockwise from left,
Sydney E. Paulson, Detroit Bank and Trust; Sol
Drachler, Jewish Welfare Federation executive direc-
tor; Toby Citrin, chairman, Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Finance Committee; Beverly Areen and Richard
Parks, National Bank of Detroit; Anna W. Chapin,
Jewish Welfare Federation controller; Paul Zucker-
man, United Israel Appeal treasurer; Donna Vander-
berg, Manufacturers National Bank; and Erwin S.
Simon, chairman, United Jewish Charities Invest-
ment Committee.

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1/2 cup dreme de cacao liqueur
Dissolve coffee in water;
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vigorously. Pour over addi-
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4 servings.

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Mr. and Mrs. Elias Her-
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