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December 04, 1959 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1959-12-04

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IRVING POKEMPNER

Chairman

HARRY SCHUMER

1st Vice-Chairman

Honorary Chairman

VICE CHAIRMEN

Israel Burnstein

Hyman Lipsitz

Jack Malamud

Mrs. Chana Michlin

DIVISIONS AND TRADES

FARBAND
David Sislin, Chairman
Norman D. Katz, Co-Chairman

L.Z.O.A.
Herbert Pincus, Chairman
Harold Kempner, Co-Chairman

NORMAN COTTLEK
Treasurer

PIONEER WOMEN
Mrs. Sophie Sislin

ORGANIZATIONS
Nathan Rose, Chairman
Sam Kaufer, Co-Chairman

FURNITURE
Earl Weingarden )
Aaron Berg

Co-Chairmen

SCRAP TRADES
Sam Schwartzberg )
Moe Saslove
) Co-Chairmen
Max Weiner

ISIDORE L. SHRODECK

Secretary

TRADE UNIONS
David Chaney
Morris Coleman
Barney Hopkins
Isaac Litwak
Tom McNamara
Morris Spitzer
Myra Wolfgang

CAMPAIGN COUNCIL

Naomi Abramson

Harry Mondry

Judge Victor J. Baum

Zigmund Moses

Max Brose

Helen Posner

Larry Chanin

Max Rosenthal

Morris Chasnick

Morris Ross

Marvin Fuller

Sam H. Rubin

Jacob Glaser

Solomon Rubin

Jack Glazer'

Morritz Schubiner

Gerald Goldberg

Max Schulzinger

Harry Gonte

William Schumer

Dena Greenberg

Joshua Selman

Samuel J. Greenberg

Sidney M. Shevitz

Ben Harold

Max Shmukler

Berl Hearshen

Faigel Silver

William Hordes

Harold Silver

Joseph Kahn

Julius Singer

Morris Kane

Paul Sislin

Samuel Kane

Nathan Standler

Walter E. Klein

Dr. Saul C. Stein

Richard Kramer

Manfred Werner

Benjamin Loikin

Alter Wineman

Louis Levine

William Zahler

PHILIP D. GOLDSTEIN

Chairman of Exec. Board

Adele Mondry

BERNARD .LINDERMAN

Financial Secretary

Pioneers At Work...

The landscape of the State of Israel is
changing rapidly as Jews from many
lands come back to their Homeland to
renew their life on their ancestral soil.
This national revival and human re-
juvenation has been spearheaded by
the pioneering efforts of HISTADRUT,
whose 660,000 adult members con-
stitute the primary manpower in agri-
cultural, industry, transport and other
useful pursuits.

HISTADRUT is also a major factor in

the development of the social landscape

of the newborn country. Histadrut's

manifold institutions care for the sick,

train the young, teach the old, rehabili-

tate the newcomers, merge the diverse

ethnic groups into one harmonious

community of equal citizens within a

democratic State.

TOTAL INTEGRATION OF THE NEWCOMERS

In 1960, the watchword of Histadrut is:
let us receive the new immigrants into our

ranks as equal citizens—equal in matters
of health, education, vocational training,
economic opportunity, social acceptance.
The remarkable success achieved thus far
must be followed by still further efforts
in creating a united people.

THIS BASIC PROGRAM OF REHABILITA-
TION AND INTEGRATION OF THE NEW-

COMERS means that all Histadrut institu-
tions on the landscape of Israel must be
expanded, all social services enlarged, and
many new structures built.

WE APPEAL TO ALL INDIVIDUALS AND
ORGANIZATIONS in Detroit to participate
in the national effort to raise $5,000,000
needed to implement our program in 1960.

SUPPORT THE 1960 DETROIT HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN
YOUR PERSONAL LINK WITH THE "PEOPLE" OF ISRAEL

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS—Friday, December 4, 1959

MORRIS LIEBERMAN



MORRIS L. SCHAVER
Honorary Chairman

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1959-60 Israe Histadrut Campaign

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