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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-06-24

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Agency Assembly Sessions Begin

Begin, Gemayel
to Visit Reagan

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
The White House an-
nounced that Israeli Pre-
mier Menahem Begin has
accepted President
Reagan's invitation to visit
him in Washington July 27.
The White House also
announced that President
Amin Gemayel of Lebanon
will visit President Reagan
a week earlier, on July 22.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Jewish Agency annual
Assembly opened Sunday
night with an impassioned
appeal by President Chaim
Herzog for Jewish unity de-
spite divergent political and
ideological views and a re-
newed commitment to
Jewish education, "the focal
point for Jewish survival,
Jewish commitment and
aliya."
His remarks were echoed
by Leon Dulzin, chairman of
the Jewish Agency and
World Zionist Organization
Executives, who warned
that "hatred among
brothers has the greatest
potential to destroy us."
Herzog and Dulzin ad-
dressed some 800 delegates
representing world Jewry.
The session was presided
over by Max Fisher of De-
troit, chairman of the
Jewish Agency Board of
Governors.
Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem told the As-
sembly he was deeply
concerned with main-
taining a Jewish majority
there "in order to
guarantee the continua-
tion of a united peaceful
city." He noted that 5,000

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Jerusalem to settleon the
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government offers hous-
ing much cheaper than in
Israel.
"There are thousands
more in the city, particu-
larly immigrants from
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if they had housing," Kollek
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Jerusalem the same condi-
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rants who settle in the ter-
ritories. "Aliya to
Jerusalem is no less impor-
tant," he said. In that con-
nection, Kollek appealed to
the Jewish Agency to
ensure. the continuation of
Project Jerusalem, part of
the Project Renewal slum
rehabilitation program.
Akiva Lewinsky, the
Jewish Agency treasurer,
announced Wednesday that
the agency's board of gover-
nors has authorized a reg-
ular budget of $390 million
for the next fiscal year and a
Project Renewal budget of
$62 million, a total of $452
million. It was described as
the agency's first balanced
budget.
According to reports
released by the Jewish
Agency, only $450 million
of the original $600 mil-
lion earmarked for Proj-
ect Renewal will actually
be spent. Since the start
of the program in 1979, 67
towns have received aid
in the form of social serv-
ices and social and phys-
ical rehabilitation, partly
financed by Jewish
communities in the Dias-
pora. Another 80-90
towns are targeted for
assistance and 13 slum
neighborhoods are about
to begin receiving aid.
Agency officials estimate
that the 67 towns already
receiving assistance will
require an additional $287
million; $50 million has
been targeted for 13 other
towns and $120 million for
68 distressed neighbor-
hoods to be added to Project
Renewal over the next
seven years.

Habit Hovav, the ad-
ministrative head of Project
Renewal at the Housing
Ministry, reported that the
decrease in the proposed
budget is due to a recent de-
cision, to exclude mixed
business and residential
slums from the project.

Hayesod reportedly claim
that Kotlowitz is unsuitable
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communicate" with Dias-
pora communities. The fun-
draisers generally seem to
be unhappy with the way
the department has been
run under his leadership.
Kotlowtiz may be re-
placed by Eli Tavin, head
of the Jewish Agency's
Department for Educa-
tion in the Diaspora and
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place him in the educa-
tion post.
Last week, the Zionist
General Council ended its
three-day session without
agreeing on changes in the
Zionist structure. The coun-
cil deferred the matter until

it meets again in December.
Those changes are also
being discussed by the
Jewish Agency.

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