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February 02, 1962 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-02

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(Continued from Page 1)
of it." He said that half a mil-
and Max Stollman, Samuel and lion are left in several countries
Louis Hamburger and many oth- who can be rescued, and he ap-
ers, served as inspirations to the pealed for the raising of the
participants.
$35,000,000 special fund nation-
Gen. Chaim Herzog, director of ally and $1,000,000 additional
military intelligence of the Israel locally to achieve the goal of
defense forces, and Rabbi Her- rescue and rehabilitation.
Max Zivian, announcing a 70
bert A. Friedman, executive
vice chairman of the United per cent increase over his last
Jewish Appeal, delivered the year's gift, expressed the hope
principal address at Tuesday's that there will be many boosts
meeting and described the great in giving, and he admonished
needs in Israel today to provide his fellow-workers present that
facilities to receive the increased "but by the grace of God we
immigration, and the necessity might have been among those
to provide the means with which trapped in Communist and other
to evacuate tens of thousands countries of persecution."
Joseph Holtzman supple-
from a number of danger spots
mented the numerous comments
throughout the world.
Gen. Herzog, son of the late with an expression of hope that
Israel Chief Rabbi Isaac Herzog, UJA's needs henceforth will be
traced the emergence of new met. fully. He deplored the de-
situations in Israel, after the cline in UJA income since the
conflicts that preceded and led turbulent years of 1946-1948,
up to the Sinai Campaign, and and he appealed to rededication
told of the tragedies that have to the cause to assure the hel
forced a new wave of emigration
of Jews from a number of Com-
munist and Moslem countries. Rabbi M n Arm Is
"History doesn't knock twice,".
he warned, in his admonition Candi tte for Fede ation, B ar
that the afflicted masses in the
Rabb' ilton Arm, a petition petition signed by 25 co ibu-
lands of persecution must be candi
for the board of gov- tors to the Allied Jewis
am-
rescued now or there will be no erno
of the Jewish W fare pi
hope for them later on.
Fe ation, will be
laic
ong
nt . - 4'bt
the
Rabbi Friedman reported on th y
to be ballotted
the
d
are
the numerous new centers a
era
al meeting of t
era-
me
nd are
where refugees again are being t
vish
Tuesday, at
gible to vote.
uesday's
housed and cared for by the
ection.
ter.
Joint Distribution Committee
The an
red M. Butzel
ine candidates were named
with UJA funds. "There is
be given at the
the board by the Federa- Awarc
hardly a place in Europe
o Mrs. Henry Wine-
n nominating committee. m
without Jews on the move," he
y are: Max M. Fisher, M •
said. He added that Israelis, r
At a dinner to precede Tues-
arvett, Charles H.
udge day's meeting, Fresh Air Soci-
who are being taxed anew and so 'irs. John C.
burdened with the new settlers, T h e • 1, Alan E. ety's 60th anniversary will be
are not complaining, that thou- Schwartz, Abe Shiffman, Rabbi honored.
sands of new homes are being Joshua S. Sperka and C. Wil-
hammered together in Israel liam Sucher.
Miami Herald Writer
to welcome the new refugees,
Rabbi Arm's name goes on Says 'World Better Off
that a new wave of life, among the ballot as a nominee on a
Without Saud and Kind'
newcomers, such as has not
been experienced in 10 years,
In an article on last week's
Begin Construction
is in evidence.
visit of King Saud of Saudi
"A big response is needed, and for Girls Vocational
Arabia to Florida, Miami Herald
we must match our funds to be School at Beersheva
columnist Jack Kofoed called the
commensurate with the needs
Arab leader "a hold-over from
Excavation
of
a
site
for
the
of the hour," Rabbi Friedman
Vocational High the past, worse than dictators
said. We can't meet the prob- Beersheva
School
for
girls
began this week who, one by one, are being
lem with normal giving. We ask in Israel's expanding
desert me- rubbed off the blackboard of
you in all your goodness to tropolis, it was announced
by current history."
match the need."
Kofoed said, "Saud is absol-
;Mrs. Moses Dyckman, -national
Rabbi Friedman emphasized president of the Mizrachi Wo- ule monarch of an oil rich coun-
that any sum less than the men's Organization of America. try where poverty, sickness and
$35,000,000 special fund asked
The school, a joint project of illiteracy are common scourges.
as an addition to regular giving American and Canadian Mizrachi A country where slavery is an
to the UJA will not serve the Women, will create vocational accepted practice, where the king
current need, and local leaders training facilities for a student may have 20 air conditioned
pointed out that Detroit, to meas- body of 200 girls.
Cadillacs, but babies in dirty
ure up to the national emer-
The new school building will little homes die of malnutrition.
gency, must increase its last be in operation for the fall term
"The world would be better
year's giving by a million dollars. of 1962, Airs. Dyckman reported. off without his kind."
Mr. and Mrs. Zuckerman
welcomed the 90 guests at
Tuesday's meeting and Zucker-
man, who presided as the 1962
campaign chairman, spoke of
the gathering as "the Sucher
meeting at the Zuckerman
home," and pal = the
memory of
Sucher who
was a gr
host
vious
aig
rings.
"TI,
ace' -§etters," Zucker-
ma
id, "provide occasion for
n
n our communit3 o
on-
te how they fee
of
eir
ow men. T is
t LL to
erform antde
trate our
humanitaria
He
trodu
as out-of-tow
gue
t th meeting Irv'
Mi el nd
rry Raskin,
Toledo mmunity leade ho
came t study campaia echni-
ques h Mindel 1 greeted
the gathering.
Gen. Herzog
s introduced
by Charle
•rshenson, cam-
irman. Messages of
greetings were received from
Judge Thodore Levin, Torn Bor-
man, Abe Shiffman and Leonard
Simons, who were prevented
from attending the meeting
either by illness or absence from
the city.
Max M. Fisher, as Federation
president, described the UJA ob-
jectives and spoke of Israel as
"the only place the Jewish re-
fugees can go to—and I am proud

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Friday

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, February 2, 1962

E MINKS FOR... -
A shipment of 300 live minks,
valued at $50,000, left New York
aboard a jetliner for Israel to
that is needed
he homeless spur the coup v y's w
dus
.
anima
and oppressed
rose
the
.t speci
Iii a tra
nal closing ad-
-bre
arch •
dress, in
h he announced of
e
nd shi ire
reed-
the eve
ng's total of a
to be sent to
he first
$1,958,00
hich includes top shipment
w
April.
women's
s, Isidore Sobeloff,
executive
•ector of the Fed-
e 150 major buildings are
eration, sa that the laun
ocated on the University of
ing of the gre
represents a response to a Michigan's campus areas in Ann
challenge, and declared that Arbor, Flint and Dearborn.
the Allied Jewish Campaign "is
the vehicle through which to
render the greatest service to
all the needs in Jewish life."
The 1962 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign goal, set at the budgeting
conference on Dec. 17, is
$5,904,429. This includes the
additional $1,000,000 towards the
UJA special fund.
While the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign officially is scheduled to
start on March 21, the Zucker-
man meeting is the unofficial
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nent of the drive.

Allied Jewish Campaign Leaders Are T
Detroit Must Raise Additional $1 M

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