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April 24, 1959 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-04-24

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one of the most influential fig- cently, "Vision and Victory," a
ures to urge participation, and collection of his maj or ad-
creation of the new Jewish state. dresses, • during the eventful
He served as national chair- years prior to the establishment
Man of the United Palestine
said Cohn. "1959 will be one of Appeal, during the crucial of the State of Israel.
Herbert A. Friedman, exec-
our best years if we continue years from 1938 to 1943 and
utive vice-chairman of the
our good work at an acceler- was also national co-chairman
national United Jewish Ap-
ated pace.".
of the United Jewish Appeal
peal, paid- a surprise -visit to
Dr. Silver, of The Temple, during that•period. He is a
Detroit to speak at the cam-
Cleveland, is an outstanding fOrmer president of the' Zion-
paign's fourth report meeting
United Jewish Appeal leader ist Organization of America.
last Friday.
and one of its most eloquent
Dr, Silver has distinguished
He congratulated De t r oit
spokemen in Atherica.
himeelf as a schOlar and spiri- workers on their . past perform-
In 1947, as chairinan of the tual' leader. He has written Sel- • ance and called Detroit one of
special commission on Palestine eral works of note including, the best cities in the nation. He
to the United Nations,. Dr. Sil t "Religion in the Chang in. g urged campaign workers to
- keep
ver expounded the Zionist point WOrld," "The World -Crisis :and the arm of the United Jewish
of view on Palestine, and was Jewish Survival," and most, re- Appeal strong so it can care for

Dr. Silver to Address Closing
Dinner Meeting at Center

Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver will
be the speaker . at the closing
dinner meeting of the 1959 •l-
lied Jewish Campaign, 6:30 p.m.,
Monday, May 4, at the new
building of the Jewish Commun-
ity Center, announces Irwin, I.
Cohn, campaign chairman.
"If all campaign leaders and
workers re-double theft' efforts,

all•Jews who need resettlement
in Israel and other free coun-
tries.
The real estate and building
division of the campaign' will
hold a breakfast meeting, 10
a.m., Sunday, April 26, at the
Furniture Club, announced the
division chairmen, A. Alfred
Taubman and Arthur Howard.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, April

Allied Jewish Campaign to Conclude May 4

cn

Ca

Now! Another FIRST

from AMERICAN SAVINGS!

DR. ABBA HILLEL SILVER
we can make the closing dinner

a gala victory celebration," said
Cohn,

The campaign is ahead of
la styear In volume ofpledges
secured for the number of

days of campaigning,
and
these pledges represent an in-
crease in dollar value over
last year, Cohn reported. -

"Leonard N. Simons, my' co-
chairman, and the pre-campaign
chairman, Paul Zuckerman, join
me in urging all workers to
complete the humanitarian and
essential work they are engaged
in before our May 4 closing,'

Jesse! to Address
Four Cities' Israel
Bond Banquet May 2

George Jesse 1, America's
Toastmaster General, will ad-
dress a combined Mt. Clemens-
Pontiac-Port Huron-Sarnia din-
ner meeting
sponsored by
the Israel
Bond Commit-
tee in celebra-
tion of th e

eleventh anni-
versary of the
founding of
the State of
Israel, Nathan
Litvin, Mt.
Clemens, Is-

Jesse!
rael Bond
chairman, announces.
The banquet to be held Satur-
day evening, May 2, at the
Colonial Hotel in Mt. Clemens,
is limited to patrons of Israel,
the designation for the pur-
chasers of $1,000 Israel 4%
Bonds.
Assisting Litvin in the Mt.
Clemens area are Dr. Joseph
N. Scher and Louis M. Davis
and -'the Harvey Levenberg
Bnai Brith Lodge. Chairman of
the Port Huron Israel Bond
Committee is Al Drescher and
the Sarnia chairman is Hugh
Shabsove.
For dinner information please
call Nathan Litvin, HO 3-6353.

Slaughter Bill Protested
by 14 New Jersey Groups
TRENTON, N. J., (JTA) —
A humane slaughtering bill,

which provoked objections on
the part of 14 Jewish organiza-
tions in New Jersey, was unani-
mously approved by the House
Agricultural Committee of the
State Assembly and sent to the
Assembly for action.

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