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July 22, 1983 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, July 22, 1963

PICK THE
GREETING
OF YOUR CHOICE

Best wishes for a
happy, healthy
New Year

May the coming

year be filled

— NAME —$7 . 50

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with health and

happiness for

to all

all our family

our friends

and relatives

and friends

—NAME—

#2

$14

#3



NAME



Deadline - Friday, August 22, 1983

All greetings arriving
after the deadline
will appear in
the Sept. 9th issue.

We wish our family and friends a
very healthy, happy and prosperous
New Year

#4

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A Very Happy and Healthy
New Year to All Our Friends
and Family

NAME

#6

Wishing all our family and
friends a year of
health and happiness

$14

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# 5

NAME

'20.50



May the coming year be
one filled with health,
happiness and
prosperity for all our
friends and family.

$26.50

May the New Year Bring



NAME

#7

$32.50

To All Our Friends

and Family

Health,

Joy, Prosperity

and Everything

Good in Life

#9

NAME

To All Our
Relatives
and Friends,
Our wish for a
year filled with
happiness,
health and prosperity

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Gentlemen:

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

JERUSALEM (JTA) — States last year when
Israel might reconsider its President Reagan sus-
decision to buy 75 American pended the sales process be-
F-16 jet fighter-bombers for cause of Israel's invasion of
economic reasons, it was re- Lebanon. The sale was
ported here Tuesday. reinstated after Israel and
Defense Minister Moshe Lebanon signed their with-
Arens is believed to want drawal agreement last May
the advanced aircraft, but 17. But the delay escalated
their total cost of $3 billion the cost of the planes.
could be a deterrent at a
time when the Finance
Ministry and the Bank'of Is-
NEW YORK — The
rael are urging drastic American Jewish Commit-
budget cuts. According to tee has urged the Reagan
reports, Israel would buy Administration to restore to
the planes, but fewer than its proposed 1984 budget
75 of them. funds to help alleviate the
The F-16s were a cause of growing food crisis in
friction with the United Ethiopia.

Ethiopian Aid?

Please insert my New Year Greeting #

Name

(Please print name to appear in greeting)

Address

Zip Code

State

City

I

Editor-in-Chief
Emeritus, JTA

F-16- Deal May Fall Through

$51.50

Nam
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The Jewish News
17515 W. 9 Mile Rd., Suite 865
Southfield, Michigan 48075

`Between You
. . . and Me'

MEET YOUR LEADER: The Jewish Agency, the
organization in Israel that directs immigration and absorp-
tion, conducts social welfare programs, youth services, edu-
cational projects and other humanitarian activities with
funds it receives in hundreds of millions of dollars annually
from the American Jewish community and communities in
other countries, now has a new chairman of its Board of
Governors — the supreme policy-making body between
assemblies.
He is Jerold C. Hoffberger.
He firmly believes that people of a variety of ideas can
sit and work at the same table. He believes in fostering
Jewish unity. He is deeply interested in the welfare of
Israel and actively involved in the United States in
humanitarian efforts for Israel. He is one of the American
Jewish personalities who enjoy an enviable record of lead-
ership in the field of meeting the needs of American Jewry.
He has been president of the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions. He served as a national chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. He was chairman of the Israel Emergency
Fund. He was among the first American delegates to the
Assembly of the reconstituted and expanded Jewish
Agency where he was elected a member of the board of
governors. He is a member of the executive of the Joint
Distribution Committee. He served on the board of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency. He has completed his term of
service as chairman of the United Israel Appeal — a post he
has held since 1979.
In Baltimore where he resides, he established an envi-
able record in his activities for Jewish and general
humanitarian causes. He served as head there of the Asso-
ciated Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund; he is a member
of the board of directors and of the executive of Sinai Hospi-
tal; a trustee of the John Hopkins Hospital and of numerous
other institutions. He was named "Man of the Year" in
1966 by the Advertising Club in Baltimore, and "Outstand-
ing Man of Industry" in 1971 by the Baltimore Jaycees.
HIS INTEREST IN ISRAEL: The importance of
floffberger's election to the position of chairman of the
Jewish Agency's Board of Governors — a post held for 12
years by the noted American Jewish leader, Detroiter Max
Fisher, until his retirement — is the fact that the board is
not only the policy-making body of the Agency but is also
the organ that has to approve the multi-million dollar
budget which the Executive of the Jewish Agency submits.
Thus, Hoffberger, as chairman of the board, plays a decisive
role in the conduct of the Jewish Agency.
He has always been calling upon American Jewry to
assume actively part of the burden of Israel's human de-
velopments. His view is that just as Jews in the United
States link Israel's survival to Judaism's survival, so they
must link Israel's self-sufficiency to Jewish dignity.
One of his favorite projects is "Project Renewal" now
being conducted in Israel to restore 160 depressed areas
and bring 300,000 people to dignity, with American corn-
munities associating with specific neighborhoods. He
chaired the international committee set up by the Jewish
Agency to supervise that development and the committee
had a major input in the basic design of the project. To him
Project Renewal means a start in providing total physical
and human support systems in everything that the under-
privileged Israeli Jew needs to renew and revitalize his life
— decent housing, neighborhood health centers, recreation
centers, recreation complexes, day care facilities, schools,
social workers. It is the first comprehensive program at-
tempting to overcome poverty and social distress.

THESE ARE SAMPLES OF
THE ONLY GREETINGS
BEING OFFERED THIS YEAR
TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE
JEWISH NEWS ROSH
HASHANA ISSUE OF
SEPT. 2. 1983.

$20.50

Boris Smolar's

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