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February 02, 1962 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-02

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Nahum Guttman, public rela-
tions director of the National
Committee for Labor Israel, edi-
tor of Histadrut Foto News and
director of the Histadrut Cam-

NAHUM GUTTMAN

paign's community relations pro-
gram among the Jewish Welfare
Funds throughout the United
States, will address the first
Volunteer Workers Roll Call
Meeting of the Histadrut Cam-
paign 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the
Hayim Greenberg Center.
Chairman of the breakfast
gathering will be Irving Po-
kempner, an officer of the De-
troit Histadrut Campaign, mem-

Pepper PTA to Hear
Commissioner Edwards

The James N. Pepper School
Parent-Teacher Association will
olice Commis-
present Detro.
Edwards, former
sioner G
ustice,
State
day
as a
er 8 p.m.
ol in Oak Park.
at e
'ark Mayor R. J.
x-
0
will introduce dwa s,
n
se topic will cone "H
g Your Chil xp r the C 1-
enge f dua
s
th ew
A sl t
nted in
rief
term % 11 b:
ering.
po ion of the
basin
invited.
The p •11c

ber of Branch No. 6 L.Z.O.A.,
secretary of the Jewish Commu-
nity Council and chairman of
its Culture Commission.
Morris Lieberman, chairman
of the Histadrut Campaign, has
stated that the campaign climate
prevailing in the community is
"excellent." He has urged all
volunteer workers to cover their
cards promptly and bring the
returns to the Roll Call meeting
this Sunday.
Invitations to attend the gath-
ering have been sent to all
volunteer workers, heads of di-
visions, branch chairmen and
Histadrut charmen of the Labor
Zionist Movement, as well as to
the delegates and workers from
the Landsmanschaften and so-
cieties.
Representatives o f eve r y
branch, club and organization
will be called upon to turn in
pledges Sunday morning and
will be prepared to give a report
on their group's performance.

with American principles of
fair play." The Birch Society
was specifically mentioned in
the resolution. It also men-
tioned the ADA and "other
organizations of the extreme
left" and thereupon drew pro-
tests from ADA and many
Democratic leaders.

Boys TOwn of Israel
Seeks $3,000,000 fo
Secondary Schoo

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MRS. HOWARD ELLIS

Elisheva Naomi Gorrelick and
Howard Michael Ellis were wed
in a ceremony performed by
Rabbi B. H. Gorrelick, Rabbi
Israel J. Kazis and Rabbi Abra-
ham P. Kazis Jan. 28 at Beth
Aaron Synagogue.
The newlyweds are the chil-
Burdick Sponsored
dren of Rabbi and Mrs. Ben-
jamin H. Gorrelick of Indiana
Anti-Birch Action
Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Ellis
by Michigan's GOP
of Glendale Ave.
The bride wore a gown of
white silk satin with a crushed
cummerbund, rounded neckline,
long tapered sleeves, empire
fitted bodice of peau de lange
lace, a dome-shaped skirt ap-
pliqued with garlands of the
matching lace and a chapel
train veil. A tiny crown of
heirloom orange blossoms held
the shoulder-length pauf veil o
white silk illusion.
The bride's cousin, Debor
J. Raphael of Queens Villag
N. Y., was maid of hono
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Charels
Blatt of San Francisco, Lois
Brandwine, Eleanor Golditch,
Sherri Atlas and Paula Elils.
Dr. Ronald Ellis, brother
IRWIN. H. BURDICK, chair-
man of the 15th Republican the bridegroom, was best ma
Congressional Diitrict, led_the Ushers were Connor Lazarov
battle for the adoption by the Cambridge, Mass., Hadaar Gra
Republican State Central dder, Robert Wolfe of Chicago,
Committee, at its meeting in Ronald Bigman and Allen Gor-
Lansing last week, of ' the relick, cousin of the bride, from
strong resolution repudiating Flushing, N. Y.
The bride attends Wayne
the Birch Society. The resolu-
tion sponsored by Burdick State University, where her hus-
stated: "We denounce and band was graduated from the
condemn attempts to associate College of Pharmacy. They de-
with the Republican Party parted for a honeymoon in Nas-
any organization which re- sau. They will reside at 15151
sorts to tactics inconsistent James, Oak Park.

A group of New York
ness
and industrial leaders
mount-
ing a concerted effo
o fill a
gap in Israel's ed
ional sys-
tern.
Notable gains h
been made
on both the univ sity and pri-
mary school leve , but visiting
educators, such
De. Buell
Gallagher, former
esident of
the City College of
have noted that a remaining
weakness is a shortage of facili-
ties on the secondary school
level.
A seven-year campaign to
meet this need has been con-
ducted by Boys Town Jerusalem,
which provides academic and
vocational training and spiritual
guidance. The present student
body consists of boys who en-
tered Israel through immigration
from 25 different countries.
About half the enrolled students
are orphans.
An American Committee for
Boys Town Jerusalem has set a
goal of $3,000,000 for expansion
to accommodate 1,000 students,
half of whom would be boarded
in dormitories.

A German Red Cross leader's
interest in the establishment of a
Red Cross Service for Palestine
a quarter-of-a-centdry ago has
come to light through the discov-
ery of a letter in a New Rochelle
resident's papers. The letter was
written in February, 1935, by the
then president of the German
Red Cross, Major Paul Draudt,
and has just been received by
Jacob Fine, president of Ameri-
can Red Mogen Dovid for Israel,
225 W. 57th St., New York, the
supply and support wing of the
Israel Red Cross service, Magen
David Adorn.
Early in 1935, Mrs. Ferdinand
Kauffmann, now of 53 Trenor
Drive, New Rochelle, N.Y., and
her husband, both then living in
Switzerland, were asked by a
member of the World Zionist
Organization if they would con-
tact Major Draudt for his advice
on the possibility of establishing
a branch of the Red Cross in
Palestine, as i was then. At
time au nn
dent
the Wome,
nterna
do
Zionist organization
0) in Swit land. Major,
udt was
Pa
en
r lied and
r al 1
, in
glish and in
bee
t ned over
America
I •n Dovid for
se in
any
the birth
of the Israel R
ervic

ant Teachers Ask
ual Rights
ws
n Que
ols

Pointing out that any Palestine
Red Cross would, because of the
British Mandate, have to be a
branch of the British Red Cross,
Major Draudt laid down a 12-
point program covering affilia-
tion, name, insignia and general
operational practice.
The fate of Major Draudt is
referred to in the final paragraph
of Mrs. Kauffmann's letter to Mr.
Fine:
"It may be of interest to you
that Major Draudt, a wonderful
humanitarian, was demoted soon
after he had written this letter,
because he was married to a wife
of Jewish descent, Elly, wham
Mr. Draudt did not divorce, dis-
regarding higher order from the
(Nazi) party." Mrs. Draudt "died
either of natural causes or she
was murdered in a camp. Mr.
Draudt committed suicide when
she was taken away."
The original letter from Major
t has been sent to Magen
avid dom headquarters in Tel
Aviv.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, Feb ruary 2, 1962

Guttman to Address Volunteer Roll Elisheva Gorrelick German Red Cross Leader Urged
Call Meeting of Histadrut Campaign Weds Howard Ellis Palestine Branch, Forced to Suicide

doz.

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