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October 09, 1987 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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motivated youngsters Israel
has seen," she said. "We have
an opportunity to help shape
their lives, to make them pro-
ductive citizens."
In addition to the amount
pledged toward the Cam-
paign, an additional $155,000
was promised for Project
Renewal, the partnership
plan that has twinned Detroit
with disadvantaged
neighborhoods in the Israeli
city of Ramle.
Dr. Conrad Giles, presi-
dent of the Jewish Welfare
Federation, expressed the

gratitude of the community
for the response, noting that
"we couldn't do it without
you."
Former U.S. Speaker of
the House Thomas "Tip"
O'Neill will be the featured
speaker Tuesday for the
Allied Jewish Campaign's
$25,000-level donors at the
home of Joel and Shelly
Tauber while entertainer
David Brenner will keynote a
black tie event Nov. 2 at
Knollwood Country Club for
the Campaign's $10,000-level
contributors.

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of Jewish Education. Bea
Kreichman, principal of the
Adat Shalom UHS branch, is
serving as acting superinten-
dent, and Phyllis Domstein is
serving as acting high school
principal.
United Hebrew Schools'
enrollment has been on a
downward spiral, while
enrollment at area Reform
temple schools has soared and
day school enrollment has in-
creased. This mirrors the na-
tional trend. While UHS

enrollment moved up approx-
imately nine percent this
year — from 1,091 in 1986-87
to 1,186 this fall — the 95 ad-
ditional students include
more than 50 from Cong.
Beth Shalom who have been
merged into the UHS high
school program.
Enrollment for UHS
peaked in the 1950s and
1960s at 2,500-3,000. Federa-
tion contributes more than
$800,000 annually to the
UHS/Midrasha programs.

Debt Plan Proposed

Washington (JTA) — A
move to allow Israel to
refinance part of its debt to
the United States will be
made in Congress, according
to Sen. Lawton Chiles
(D-Fla.).
Chiles said that he met
with Israel Finance Minister
Moshe Nissim Sept. 30 and
told him he would make such
a proposal to the Senate ap-
propriations subcommittee on
foreign operations. The sub-
committee's chairman, Sen.
Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii),
favors the proposal, Chiles

said.
Israel owes the U.S. nearly
$10 billion for economic and
defense purchases. About $1
billion of the defense loans
were taken out when interest
rates were at 12 to 14 percent.
Chiles said that while
details have not yet been
worked out, his proposal
would allow Israel to
"prepay" the $1 billion by
refinancing the loan in the
private market at the current
.interest rates of ten to 11 per-
cent, thus saving millions of
dollars.

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