Triumphant Campaign Leaders
Cited for $5,000,000 Drive Goal
Bunche Pursues 3-Way Talks on Suez Ship Seizure
port to UN Secretary
JERUSALEM (JTA) — In- Council action when it was Dag Hammarskjold what he had
formed sources indicated that seized.
It has been reported here been told by UAR and Israel
three-way negotiations, involv- that the UAR was willing to officihls of their views on Suez
• Continued from
by our historic role. ing Israel, the United Arab Re- permit the passage of Israel Canal passage.
comes from contributors of $1,- elevated
Dr. Bunche conferred with
000 and up. He said that of the Our presence here is a pledge public and the United Nations carves if carried in ships not Ben-Gurion last Friday after a
925 such prdspects covered by that we shall not rest until the would continue on the question chartered by Israel or the pass- quick visit to Amman for talks
his 'division, all but 88 already great national enterprise shall of transit of Israel cargoes age of Israel-chartered foreign- with Jordanian officials. Dr.
have been enrolled as givers be completely and triumphantly through the Suez Canal follow- flag ships if they were not carry- Bunche also met with Foreign
ing. the visit here of Dr. Ralph ing cargo,
and half, of them have made consummated."
According to the report, the Minister Golda Meir.
With section chairmen of the J. Bunche, United Nations Un-
increases. He started the series
Israel sources declined to dis-
of pledges for continued efforts campaign staying on the job dersecretary for Political Af- UAR would not agree to allow close whether he had reported
the transit of Israel cargo on
for the overseas, national and until their workers join the fairs.
Dr. Bunche apparently secur- Israel-chartered ships and it is any success in talks in Cairo
local causes represented in the honor roll of those marking
Israel's agreement to con- known that Israel - chartered on the issue of UAR seizure
drive by assuring that there
of Israel cargoes. But Dr.
for the time being a cargo-less ships pass through
will be no end to the volunteer 'achievement, - it was reported
Bunche told newsmen that he
workers' activities until every that securely on the list of policy of silent diplomatic nego- the Canal without incident.
expected Hammarskjold would
prospective contributor is those who have done as well as tiations rather than recourse to Dr. Bundle told reporters
last year or better are the fol- the Security Council. But it after an hour-long interview communicate with the foreign
reached and his gift secured.
Simons presided over the lowing sections and their chair- was pointed out that some de- with Prime Minister David Ben- ministries of the LIAR and Is-
cision would have to be taken Gurion that he planned to re- rael after receiving his report.
business portion of the meeting men:
during which the various div-
In the mercantile division, by May 15.
isions made their reports, and under the chairmanship of Har-
On that date, a ship chartered
Hyman Safran, a campaign vice old A. Robinson and Max J. by Israel, carrying an Israeli
chairman, called for the re- Pincus, sections standing at 100 cargo, will leave Haifa for the
ports, which were submitted, in per cent are: shoe section, Mor- Far East and seek passage
behalf of the several divisions, ton Hack and William J. Brown; through the Suez Canal.
women's wear manufacturers
by the following:
Unless President Nasser of
No Money Down - Convenient Monthly Installments
Services, Arthur Schlesinger; representatives, Nathan N. Fier- the UAR agrees by that date
mercantile, Harold Robinson;
not to interfere with the ship's
mechanical, Robert Trepeck;
In the services division, un- passage, Israel would have to
real estate. Alfree Taubman; der the chairmanship of Sidney choose whether to give the UN
food, Max Shaye; professional, J. Bertin and -Maurice B. Sand- further time for negotiations,
Abraham Satovsky; arts and ler, 100 per cent sections are: and send the ship through the
crafts, Harvey Willens metro- morticians, Ira Kaufman; travel, Canal empty to be loaded at
politan, Bernard Isaacs; junior, Jules Doneson; general insur- Elath or to send the ship as -
Allan Luckoff; women, Mrs. Eu- ance, Arthur W. Schlesinger, planned and demand Security
Jr., Harry Yudkoff; health and
Cohn, at the outset, intro- accident insurance, Maurice
duced the following leaders Axelrod, Louis Garber, Henry
who have played vital roles in Grossman, Saul Mason.
this and in previous campaigns:
In the mechanical trades div-
Judge Theodore Levin, Abe ision, under the chairmanship
Srere, Abe Shiffman, Joseph of Robert S. Trepeck, 100 per-
Holtzman, Abe • Kasle, Nate cent sections are: scrap metal
Shapero, Max Zivian, Charles (ferrous), Harry Goldman and
Gershenson, Abe Green, Tom Harry T. Madison; factory scrap
Borman, Louis Berry, Mrs. Sid- dealers, Erwin Robinson, Sam
ney J. Karbel, Mrs. J. H. Ehrl- Isaacs, Louis Vineberg; bags,
ich and Mrs. Henry Wineman. bottles and barrels, Irving A.
Rabbi Jacob E. Segal gave Rubin; wiping cloths, Benjamin
the invocation. Mrs. Abraham M. Laikin; parking lots, Mitch-
Cooper led in the singing of ell Feldman.
the national anthems.
In the real estate and build-
Dr. Abba Hillel Silver, of ing division, under - the chair-
Cleveland, one of Jewry's manship of A. Alfred Taubman
most distinguished leaders, and Arthur Howard, sections
the guest speaker at the meet- standing at 100 per cent of last
ing, praised "the lay and spir- year's achievement are: Coal
itual leadership that makes and ice, Leonard J. Bonin, Mer-
such achievements as to- vin S. Jacobson; general con-
tractors and , allied sub-contract-
Calling the United Nations' ors, Alex J. Etkin, Sol Sapper-
decision of Nov. 29, 1947, "one stein, George Weingar de n;
of the significant break- paint manufacturers and deal-
throughs in Jewish history," ers, Myron L. Milgrom, Frank-
Dr. Silver said it opened a new lin Siden.
age of freedom. He said the last
In the food division, under
years were "tremendous and the chairmanship of Max M.
glorious" for Israel,. that "no Shaye, sections having achieved
decade in Jewish history is 100 per cent are: Wholesale
quite comparable to it." He re- grocers, Jack Gold, Sol Kurtz-
called that when he appeared man, Arthur Schultz, Nathan
before the United Nations in Shaye; super markets, James
1947 he pleaded "give us a Marks, Jules Mehler; retail mar-
chance," and he showed how kets, Samuel H. Greenberg, Ben
Israel had fulfilled all hopes Gruskin; eggs and dairies, Al-
and pledges in proving the Jew- fred G. Silk, Michael Weiss;
ish people's capacity to create food brokers an processors,-
• a well-functioning democratic Paul P. Kaye, Maurice J. Elkin; An addition to the family or any other special event is easier to pay for when you
bars and restaurants, Herbert
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were the higathering of the Mil- liquor, Andor Feldheim, Har-
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The special gifts section of
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Harvey Plotnick, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Isadore. Plotnick, of
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