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January 27, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-27

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Shevitz to Address First Report
Meeting of Histadrut Volunteers

Sidney Shevitz, • local Labor saw Ghetto Fighters Museum
Zionist leader and former presi- in Israel project, has announced
dent of the Detroit Jewish Com- that plans for the special "In-
munity Council, will address the augural Evening," which takes
first report
place Thursday, are almost
meeting 0
completed.
Histadrut cam-
This function, which will be
paign volun-
held in the Morris L. Schaver
teer workers
Auditorium of the Greenberg
1 0 ": 3 0 a. m.
Center, will launch the special
Sunday a
fund-raising drive for the con-
Hayim Green-
struction of this international
b e r g Center.
memorial in Kibbutz Lochamei
He will review
Hagettaot.
Israel's devel
Rose announces that Lazar
opment since,
Shupakevich, executive director
the creation of
of the Chicago Histadrut Cam-
Histadrut 40
paign, will be the principal
years ago.
speaker and Shamai Rosenblum,
With th
outstanding Israeli • dramatist
Campaign less
and
actor, will present a pro-
than a week
gram of dramatic readings and
old, returns Shevitz
recitations.
being brought in. by the volun-
Cantor Reuven Frankel of
teer worker force indicate a Cong. Shaarey Zedek, will pre-
satisfactory community response sent a musical program, with
to this annual appeal. Arlaza-
Bella Goldberg at the piano.
roff Branch 137 of the Farband
Division has passed the half-
way mark in its solicitations.
David Sislin, division chair-
man, reported to a campaign
eouncil meeting Sunday that his
division will finish ahead of the
figure achieved last year,
In the L.Z.O.A. division,
Branch 4 leads the effort with
two-thirds of its goal achieved,
followed by Branch 2 which
is at the half-way point and
Branch 6 which is in a similar
position. Herbert Pincus and
Sam Yagoda, co-chairmen of
the division, have scheduled a
series of divisional gatherings
to extend through the entire
period of the campaign.
The Jewish Women's Euro-
pean Welfare Organization and
North Woodward Branch, ac-
cording to Mrs. Morris Miller,
president, will sponsor a chil-
dren's 'playground and garden
in the Histadrut Chi
Village in Gan Ya
his
project will be
emented
over a three-y
riod.
Local 285
dry and Linen
Drivers U n, under the presi-
dency o saac Litwak, has an-
nounc
its 1961 gift to ' t
annu
Histadrut Campai
whi
is achieved through
jot drive con cte•ach y
w in the'local
the Allied J
d Histadrut.
It is reported r-
ging flow of
sol
con-
'butions is re hin .
e His-
tadrut 'office as resu t of local
publicity. ,
A second report meeting is
planned for Feb. 12 and a final
eport meeting of the six-week
ampaign period will be he
eb. 28.
Nathan Rose, chairman
the
oit Committee for
War-

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the Congress to avoid political
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Other resolutions adopted by
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of the martyred Jews of Poland,
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