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&apos;Youth Ambassadors' Visit Orlando; C Little Interest in Israel S HWINN C CLERY many Ameri- "Serving Centrat Rork 33 Years" "say SALES SERVICE to be Jewish anything to be Committed to two Israeli to return attending synagogues community . was < tour of the from many a high In a religious girls called senior Visited a number communi- ] Savannah, Ga., High locally. they listed six 'D's," Ist frequently students ing, driving, draft and particularly Said, with the at Hebrew in public high " AW NIR (I) and YONINA WEINREB schools, the students often seemed not to want to hear about Israel "Jesh kids don't want to hear about Israel," she said. "They don't see why they should be inter- ested. There's already enough pressure on them to be Jewish without worrying about Israel." Both youths felt that their basic reason for being here is to create a positive attitude toward Israel. "Perhaps," according to Avi, "the problem is that Israel asks American Jews for money, making it hard to identify with Israel as real. If we can help people to care personally about Israel, we'll have done our job." Yoni agreed that it is often easier to talk about Israel to non-Jews, who often feel more sentimentality toward the Jewish state. "Many people feel that if they give money to their kids, they can then forget about them," Avi said, "and they feel the same way about Israel." I'IERITAGE photo by 11nka" If there were one message they felt worth leaving behind when they return to Israel, both students thought people should reevaluate their feelings about Israel. As Yoni put it, "If something makes people feel bad, they resent that thing, and that's the way it is with Israel. People resent israel because they don't do enough to help. They're not personally involved. People should think about what they have, as if they didn't have it." Jewish Appeal Cash Flow, Increases Million in First 2 Months Landau man of the Chicago cam- (JTA) paign, has been hailed in national LUA circles as some- dol- thing of a whizz-kid, and Jewish observers predict a central the United role for him in national LUA to Israel has affairs in the future. in recent Cadden himself modest for the first and businesslike, attributes g80 show an the upswing in cash-flow fig- com- ures to hard work by himself period last and his cash committee in cooperation with regional has coin- committees across the to country. An auto spare parts Cash agent with solid business suc- Cadden, cuss behind him, Cadden the recalls how he was tele- by the fig- phoned in London "at one grew to a.m. onenight" by LIJA nation- as chair- al chairman Irwin Field and asked to take on the cash job. When he took over in Sep- tember, ] 978, cash flow was $]3 million down from the previous year. The turnabout in five months has been in the order of $18 million. In prac- tical terms this means that a looming Jewish Agency deficit of some $44 million could be substantially cut. Cadden speaks earnestly of the "partnership" between the CIJA and Keren Hayesod and the Jewish Agency. He believes in it, and believes it is working. Being a big giver, or being involved in national LIJA work gives him, and others, no right whatever to interfere in Israeli governnent policymak- week,s guaranteed to you on our 182 d.a.y money certif,cdes. Intere monthl uarterl or credited . st paid by_heck y, q y, " ' to Your s ova-as account. Minimum $i0,000. Above I return effective through Wednesday. New leral regulations prohibit compounding of interest during the term ot the account. Federal regulations which permit these higher rates require substantial interest penalty for early withdrawal. ing, Cadden says firmly. "1 don't buy a place in the'Israeli Cabinet..." 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