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April 08, 1960 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-04-08

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ti-IPttrisrings _Excellent flesultslior 'three
Divisions in 1960 Allied Jewish Campaign

In a .message to Allied Jewish the exciting response to G-Day,
Campaign leaders, Irwin I. Cohn (a -Great Day for Giving), Sun-
and Paul Zuckerman, campaign day, of. the Women's Division,
chairmen said, `fspurred on by Junior Division and Metropoli-

Direct AJC G-Day Activities

AIL Junior ivision

ic ory e e un ay

The junior division of the
Alan E. LuckOff, junior divi-
Allied Jewish Campaign will sion chairman, announced that
hold a victory zelebration, 6:30 the evening's activities will in-
tan - Division, the number of p.m., Sunday, at the Jewish clude dinner, followed by a
pledges secured to date in the Center, '18100 Meyers.
splash party in the Center pool.
Campaign has passed 12,000
Over 7,500 of • these pledges
have been made in the two
weeks since the official opening
of the Campaign. Maintaining
this remarkable record of per-
formance by our campaign
workerS and contributors, bol-
sters the chances of success for
MOHAWK
LUXURY WOOL
19602'
WOOL TWEED RANDOM WILTON
Cohn asked Campaign work-
ers to redouble their efforts
during the Passover. season.
The Women's Division more
than doubled its number of
contributors for 1960, when
workers in the general solici-
tation section, under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Louis G. Red-
stone, brought in reports on
3,934 contributors, who gave
over $46,000. The Women's
Division has now raised over
$550,000 and Mrs. Eugene J.
Arnfeld, division chairman,
'predicts that her division will
surpass its 1959 all-time record
of $618,000.
Decorative pebble textured pile. Rare elegance and luxury under-
G-Day was the second com-
Durable and long wearing. 12 foot. Unusual styling and origin-
new
color corm is
95 ality. Available in $
95
bined meeting of the Women's,
decorator
binations.
Junior and Metropolitan Divi-
shades.
Sq. Yd.
Sq. Yd.
sions, and the first held in the
main building of the Jewish
VINYL

LINOLEUM • ASPHALT TILE .
Community Center.
Workers in the Junior Divi-
• Custom
sion General Solicitation sec-
Installation
tion, Mrs. Gerald L. Stein, chair-
man, and the Metropolitan Divi-
sion, George M. Zeltzer, chair-
• Convenient
man, joined the hundreds of
Terms
women who completely filled
the Center's huge all-purpose
room.
CARPET CO.
Banners on the Wall pro-
-7324 W. 7 Mile Rd.
UN 1-7980
claim e d, "Rescue is not
2 Blocks West of Livernois
enough," and urged compaign
workers to stress the fact that
one out of every three Israelis
lives on a sub-standard leN;el.

New Carpet Creations
for 1960

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• ,

Allied Jewish Campaign G-Day (Great Day for Giving)
leaders, who .helped supervise city-wide solicitations last Sun-
day, included, left to right: Mrs. Gerald L. Stein, junior divi-
sion; Mrs. Louis G. Redstone, women's division, and Avram
B. Charlip, metropolitan division.

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For Children and Adults, 45 r.p.m. - 331/2 LP

FRITA ROTH DRAPKIN

AUTHOR OF

"Pappa's Golden Land"

WILL BE HERE THIS SUNDAY
FROM 1:30 to 3:30 P.M.
TO AUTOGRAPH HER BOOK.

.

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Closed Saturdays.— Open Saturday Night
Open Sundays 9 a.m: to 7 p.m.

Borman Speaks
to Drive Workers
atMeettngToday

Tom Borman, treasurer of the
Allied Jewish Campaign, will
tell some of the challenging in-
cidents of his quarter century of
campaigning at today's report
meeting, at 12:15 p.m., in the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Build-
ing, 163 Madison.
An example is the prospect
Borman called on who told him
"that although his firm had
had a very bad year, they would
try to make their best pledge
when" his'partner returned from
his European vacation."
The next campaign report
meeting will be at 8 p.m., Tues-
day, April 22, at the Jewish
Center, 18100 Meyers.

Real Estate Group
Breakfast Sunday;
Agree 'Man of Year'

The real estate and building
division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign will hold a Workers'
breakfast, 10 a.m., Sunday, at
the Furniture Club, 18940
Schaefer.
"We want this breakfast to
serve towards our own victory
target for completion of our
assignments before the overall
Closing," said Arthur Howard,
Division chairman.
A. Arnold Agree was chosen
the real estate and building
division's man of the year. In
presenting Agree a handsome
scroll, Irwin Cohn, campaign
chairman, called him a "young
campaign veteran." "It is men
like Agree who keep the cam-
paign vigorous," said Cohn.
Agree is a vice-chairman of
the real estate and building
diViSian and • a. member of the
boar(' of the Detroit Service
Group and the Fresh Air So-
ciety: He is a member of the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Build-
ing Management Committee. .

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