TEL AVIV (Dec. 2)
Members of the United Jewish Appeal 35-man delegation touring Israel were tendered an official reception today by the Israel Government in Hakirya, official seat of the government. Premier David Ben Gurion and other high Israeli officials joined in the reception.
When the delegates return to the United States shortly, they will bring back with them a $10,000,000 plan providing for the construction of streets and settlements in Israel which will commemorate European Jewish towns destroyed by the Nazis. The project will be carried out under the auspices of the Joint Distribution Committee, N. Gilmovsky, delegation secretary, declared.
At a news conference today, delegation leaders declared that they were returning to the United States, convinced that nothing will be too difficult for them to achieve for Israel. "We saw, and we appreciate, your housing difficulties, which require a concentrated effort by all Jews to mobilize their rescuers for housing new immigrants in Israel, so that they can put an and to their life in DP camps the delegates said.