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January 06, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-06

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The Women's Pre-Campaign
Division of the 1961 Allied Jew-
ish Campaign will hold its first
fund-raising meeting noon Thurs-
day at the Great Lakes Club, an-
nounces Mrs. Benjamin Jones,
Division vice president in charge
of campaign.
John Stanley Grauel. .a crew
member of the refugee ship "Ex-
odus," will be guest speaker.
Mrs. Jones has named Mrs.
Theodore Bargman as chairman
of the Women's Pre-Campaign
Division, consisting of women
who have contributed $500 or
more.
Mrs. Bargman said 250 wom-
en contributors in this Division
gave $383,769 in 1960—more
than a $25,000 increase over
1959.
Women's Division officers di-
recting the 1961 Campaign are

...

Mrs. Bargman

.. .

Mrs. Jones

The 10 MOST PROFITABLE
DAYS OF THE MONTH...

was a key factor in the series of
events which brought about the
United Nations Resolution for the
partition of Palestine.
Women having special re-
sponsibility for the fund-rais-
ing meeting Thursday, are
Mrs. Hyman C. Broder, in
charge of special assignments;
Mrs. Seymour J. Frank, Mrs.
Charles H. Gershenson, Mrs.
Ivor J. Kahn and Mrs. Frank
A. Wetsman.
Arrangements chairmen Mrs.
Samu•-yin and Mrs. S'
man repor own"
lunch will be s•
a
e club.
Mrs. Ivor J.
. n is chain an of
the hos•• • ity committee.
ost-
esses Are mesdames Charl . E.
Feinberg, Harry Goldman, Irwin

If Does
Make A
D.
Where You

Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph H. Ehrlic
Henry Wineman, •
rary chair-
men; Mrs.
E. August,
Women's D•
on president; and
Mrs. Euo
J. Arnfeld, campaign
You have extra
n-
adviso
ing days at
a rdian
aign .Co-ordinators are
t \-`
Savings ev
month. You
The Women's Pace Setters Di-
'0'1
John C. Hopp, fund-rai
can say
s late as the
vision of the 1961 Alli•Jewish
etings; Mrs: Harry L. J' es, Ca -rais-
1**
I Oth
earn the same
Hebrew Corner
ecial events; Mrs. Sidi
J.
$200
31
o current rate as if
arbel, assignments and
cruit- to $5
13-1()\sk
. 13 at
u had put it in your
he
ment; and Mrs. Lewis B. • aniels, the
at s Clu announce
account on the 1s•
briefing meetings.
1 0 °'\
Mrs
arol A. Robinson, c
A motor-boat left Sodom on
shores of the Dead Sea northw
Grauel began his
ma
Hills, rocks and a desolate w r-
the Protestant mi
auel, who is
ng the
mess were revealed to the eye of
the passengers. "Here is
served several parish
nt
New Women's Pre-C
,n Division
Massada!" exclaimed one of the as-
England. He subsequently be- the day bef
as consented to.
sengers. Suddenly a cry of w
er
burst from the mouths of
came interested in the post-war stay an
he
ess the Pace Setters.
passengers. "What is this? fata
OT-
problems of the surviving Jews
eo Mellen is Pace Setter
gana!" "No", said the steer n,
"this is En-Gedi".
in Europe. Grauel helped to or-
isor and Mrs. Nathan Schlafer
En-Gedi shich is situated in
e
ganize and later was n
is chairman of fluid-raising ar-
heart of the desert, and is compl
y
ecutive director of
rer- rangements.
covered with an abundance of t
and shrubs. Here there are cu
ican Christi
stme Com-
Vated fields covered with green, the
adelphia, an or-
fruit of the toil of the members of
En-Gedi. Because of the great heat,
ganization which befriended Green, Louis Hamburger, Samuel
CURRENT RATE
Vegetables ripen here much earlier
homeless Jewish victims of Hamburger, Joseph Holtzman,
and are the first to reach the mar-
ket.
Nazi brutality. He enlisted in Jack 0. Lefton, Nathan W. Lurie,
Near En-Gedi there is a spring 185
the forces of Haganah, the un- Meyer L. Prentis, Nathan Shaye,
metras above the Dead Sea, and
derground military service of Nathan Simons, Isidore Sobeloff,
adjoining it. plots of cultivated land
COME IN
with primitive irrigation canals dat-
pre-Israel Palestine.
or
C. William Sucher, A. Alfred
ing from antiquity. The weary trip-
SAVE
Taubman,
James
Wineman
and
pers bathe in the waters of the
In
1947,
Grauel
voluntarily
BY
MAIL
spring.
joined the crew of "Exodus", a !Isadore Winkelman.
En-Gedi was inhabited in the days
of Joshua, the son of Nun. It had vessel which set out from Europe
vineyards and "the finest date palm" with 4,500 Jewish displaced per- Israeli Ship Drops Anchor
grew there — so Josephus, who lived
during the Second Temple relates. ' sons from the German concentra- at Guatemala for 1st Time
In this period En-Gedi was the tion camps, all of whom were
GUATEMALA CITY, (JTA)
Centre of the districts of Judea. It
Downtown: CADILLAC SQUARE Corner RANDOLPH
was destroyed at the end of the seeking a haven in Palestine. The —An Israeli freighter, the SS
great rebellion against the Romans, ship was overtaken by units of Yehuda, weighed anchor in
Northwest: 13646 WEST 7 MILE Corner TRACEY
a short while before the destruction
Both offices open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
of Massada, the last stronghold British Navy and its passengers Port Champerico, marking the
against the Romans.
Northwest office open Thursday Night till 9
were removed to prison ships and first time than an Israeli vessel
After the war of liberation a r eturned to Germany.
Downtown Friday till 6
has ever visited this country.
Nahal (initials of Fighting Pioneer
Youth—special military agricultural ,
Grauel submitted a graphic re-
formation) unit and youth from the
Moshavim (cooperative villages) set port to the United Nations Spe-
up a farm at En Gedi which is a cial Committee on Palestine, tell-
flourishing spot in a desolate wilder- i ng of the British naval attack on
tress.
FABULOUS MARKDOWNS ON
the "Exodus" and the sufferings
Translation of Hebrew column.
of the passengers. This report
Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit.

En-Gedi

IAN SAM

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5 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, January 6, 1961

Allied Jewish Campaign Women to Hear
'Exodus' Crew Member at Fund-Raising

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