Zuckerman Appoints Five Campaign
Officers; Drive to Aid Fiftr-five Causes
Two Division Fund-Raising Sessions
,Slated by Allied Jewish Campaign
Hamilton Motor Sales
Acts in Suppon
of UJA Campaign
$3111 4 ° LESS
N EWS -- Friday, February 17, 1961
Paul Zuckerman, chairman of of Mr. and Mrs. Kopel I. Kahn.
the 1961 Allied Jewish Cam- Zvi Kolitz, Israeli author and'
paign, announces that the Cam- producer of Israel's motion pic-
paign's first two division-wide ture, "Hill 2• _ • • 4. •
fund-raising meetings for men will b
will be held this week.
Allied Jewish Camp 'an
Services division contributors
ivided into seven trades and
will meet for brunch, 10:30 a.m
Sunday at the Furniture Clu
The compelling United Je
ish Appeal movie, "Memo to •• s.
Eichmann," will be shown at
Jack 0. Lefton, chairman of
the Detroit Service Group, will
comment on the film and dis-
cuss some of the services the
Paul Zuckerman, chairman of who will personally visit him to of Sinai Hospital.
the 1961 Allied Jewish Cam- receive his gift for the Cam-
Members of the real estate
Zuckerman said the theme of
paign, has named Al Borman paign.
building division will meet
Campaign treasurer and Tom
The five top officers of the paign w
. Wednesday at the home
e "resc .
e said 8
Borman, Harvey Goldman, John 1961 campaign all held key no d •ver passes • ithout Jews
E. Lurie and Abe Shiffnian campaign posts in 1960. Lurie lea g hostile lands for the
R o to r s
and Shiffman retain their 1960 ha n that is Israel.
The campaign is the Jewish posts as vice-chairmen and Al
e ai y
Welfare Federation's annual Borman continues as treasurer.
Almost Everything. in Wear-
fund-raising effort in behalf of Tom Borman, 1960 executive se ices F
ing Apparel from Size 40
the United Jewish Appeal, 13 committee chairman, and Har- pr *de for
Extra Long to 66 Stout.
of our fellow-De •
local member agencies in De- vey Goldman, executive commit- dre
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troit, and a total of 55 separate tee member, become campaign
causes that serve Jews in De- vice-chairmen.
troit, nationally and overseas,
Goldman was Allied Jewish
particularly in Israel.
Campain chairman in 1950, 1953
Home of "Price SerVice"
NOW IS THE TIME
Over the past five years, the and 1954. Lurie was campaign
TO SELECT ANY ONE OF
campaign has averaged more chairman in 1955 and
than $5,000,000 annually, Zuck-
Tom Borman s
THE BEAUTIFUL WALLACE
board of dir
• ai Hos-
AND SAVE 25%
Each year more than 26,000 pital
oard mem r of
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separate gifts are received. A
roit Service Group, the
campaign army of 2,500 workers
Saves You Money
r-round organization of
solicit contributors on an in
We Are Authorized Dealers for
Allied Jewish Campaign work-
vidual basis. Each of the.
•GORHAM •REED & BARTON
ers. Al B rman
tributors is assigned to a w
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Are Priced At
Visit With the Lattin's
mber and a
nt of the Jewish
y Center, board mem-
THAN LAST YEARS
ber of Sinai Hospital and of the
129-131 W. NINE MILE ROAD
Detroit Service Group. Abe
FERNDALE 20, MICHIGAN
Delegates to the United Jewish Shiffman serves on the board of
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Appeal's Midwest Leadership In- the agency.that bears his name,
Open: Thurs., Fri, Sat. to
stitute, held at Sheraton Hotel, Shiffman Clinic, and is director
French Lick, Ind., last week-end,
unanimously voted to start ac-
tion to mount an extraordinary
campaign in behalf of the na-
tional UJA drive for $72,740,000.
For centuries men have worried about what
Max M. Fisher, president of
families would do if they died too soon.
the Jewish Welfare Federation
of Detroit, who has just been
Today men also worry about what they will
named chairman of the 1961
Torch Drive, and Phillip Stoll-
do if they haven't put aside enough money
man, both of whom are mem-
to take care of themselves if they live too
bers of the reorganized Jewish
Agency for Israel, Inc., were
the Detroiters who played an
A real dilemma.
active role in the conference.
There were delegates from 150
If you haven
cities in 13 states in the region.
The principal conference
speakers were: General Haim
is is the piece that will ofte no
Laskov, former Chief of Staff of
Table for vital business decisio
the Army of Israel; Rabbi Her-
bert A. Friedman, of New York,
executive vice chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal; Moses A.
Leavitt of New York, executive
()If Leitm , on
f the nation's
vice chairman of the Joint Dis-
ial advisors and li
tribution Committee; Fisher, who
is a national UJA chairman, and
Mrs. I. D. Fink of Minneapolis,
chairman of the UJA's National
Through careful analysis, he can draw up
a plan for your family if you die or for
General Laskov urged the
your later years. In either case, it will supply
Jews of the United States to
guaranteed security, with the cost fitted to
continue to share with Israel
"the overwhelming financial
burden resulting from the
rapid entry of nearly one mil-
For a plan tailored just for you, - call Mr.
lion Jewish refugees within a
Leitman for a meeting at your convenience.
span of 12 years."
The number is WO. 1-2110. Naturally there
Fisher told the delegates that
is no obligation.
the Jewish Agency for Israel
will have the responsibility for
To trade a piece of mind for Peace of Mind,
receiving UJA funds and for
selecting the programs on
which these funds are to be
Fisher, who is treasurer of this
new agency, revealed that priori-
ties will be given to the programs
for building permanent housing
for at least 2,000 immigrants this
year, for The continuation of wel-
fare and educational services on
behalf of 12,000 children, the
reception of an expected im-
migration of 30,000 and to aid
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• Detroit 26, Michigan
• WO 1-2110
32,000 immigrant farmers in