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December 09, 1960 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 9,

1960 61 Israel Histadrut Campaign

MORRIS L. SCHAVER

MORRIS .LIEBERMAN

Honorary Chairman

Chairman

HARRY SCHUMER

IRVING POKEMPNER
1st Vice-Chairman

Honorary Chairman

VICE CHAIRMEN

Sam Kaufer Hyman Lipsitz Jack Malamud Mrs. Chana Michlin Sidney Shevitz

DIVISION AND TRADES

CAMPAIGN COUNCIL

FARBAND

David Sislin
Norman D. Katz

L.Z.O.A.
Herbert Pincus
Sam Yagoda

NORMAN COTTLER

Treasurer

Abe Medow

Morris Brodsky

Max Bros

Helen Posner

PIONEER WOMEN
Mrs. Sophie Sislin

ORGANIZATIONS
Israel Burnstein
Nathan Rose

Max Rosenthal

Jacob Glazer

Solomon Rubin

Gerold Goldberg

William Schumer-

Shmukler

oigel Silevr

Berl Heorshen

Harold Silver

Wi liom Hordes

Julius Singer

Paul Sislin

Kahn

Mo

rman of Exec. Board

a Selman



Harry Gonte

Ben Harold

Toby Slabosk

s Kane

Nathan St

uel Kane

TRA UNI
id Chaney
orris Colema
rney Hop
ac Litwak
McNamara
Spitzer
Mo

IP D. GOLDSTEIN

Morris Ross

Glazer

Samuel J. G

SCRAP TR
Sam Sc
Moe
Ma

Secretary

Louis Levine

Alex Berson

Paul Brickner • Adele Mondry

FURNITURE
Aaron Berg
Earl Weinga

ISIDORE L. SHRODECK

Albert Berke

Harold Kempner

Dr. S

Walter E. Klein

D

. Stein

eitelboum

a_nfred Werner

Richard Kramer

Alter Winemon

Benjamin Laikin

BERNARD LINDERMAN

Financial Secretary

Myra

40 Years That Changed A Wilderness

IN 1920

IN 1960

A handful of Jewish pioneer workers
gathered in Haifa— then a little
Palestine port town — and founded
a central organization called HIS-
TADRUT . total membership was
only:'4,433.

700,000 working men and women
belong to HISTADRUT — agricul-
tural and industrial pioneers, lab-
orers, technicians, professionals: an
aggregate family of 1,081,000 men,
women and children.

IN THESE 40 YEARS

They transformed a wilderness, cre-
ated a new physical as well as social
landscape . . reshaped the lives of
people from many lands — people
without skills or material resources
with little learning or culture ...
with wounds unhealed ... with fears



and suspicions unallayed . . . but the
job is far from done ! . . . in the
1960's HISTADRUT will . . . focus
attention on:
• rooting new immigrants in
DEVELOPMENT AREAS
• rehabilitating the URBAN
SLUMS

• Consolidating BORDER
SETTLEMENTS
by providing the newcomers with
medical care, vocational training, cul-
tural and other facilities which make
for a sound community of • happy
men,-women and children,

SUPPORT. THE 1961 DETROIT HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN
YOUR PERSONAL LINK WITH THE "PEOPLE" OF ISRAEL

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