Professor Rudaysky Named to Head ZOA
Committee on Program and Education
Last Year's $1,287,600 Is Second
Best in Israel Bonds' History Here Vows Exchanged
A total of $1,287,600 in Israel
Bond cash sales was recorded in
the 1962 Detroit Israel Bond
campaign, it was announced by
Tom Borman, general chairman
of the Detroit Israel Bond corn-
This figure made 1962 the sec-
ond best year in the history of
the Detroit Israel -Bond Drives,
exceeded only in 1951, the ini-
tial year of the campaign. The
1962 figure is $53,650 above last
year when the Bond sales totaled
Highlights of the • 1962 cam-
paign were the Sponsor re-en-
rollment and the successful De-
troit Pioneer. Women's Council
affairs in February; the • annual
Bnai Brith sponsored Isiael
Bond events in May, the Judge
Nathan J. . Kaufman tribute spon-
sored by Congregation Beth Ab-
raham on May 21; the Eleanor
Roosevelt Tribute Dinner in
CQbo Hall on June 21; the Labor
Zionist Movement - Landsman-
shaften Israel 14th Anniversary
affair under the leadership of
Harry Schumer, honoring Mor-
ris Lieberman on June 26; the
congregational dinner at Ahavas
Achim in August honoring Com-
mon Pleas Judge George D.
Kent; the congregational dinner
at Bnai David in honor of Max
Sosin; and the Adas Shalom
Presidential Toast to Israel hon-
oring past presidents.
The Israel Bond High Holy
Day Appeal in 25 congregations
resulted in Israel Bond subscrip-
tions of $583,900, a record sum,
which placed the Detroit Jewish
community in the forefront in
the nation. The appeal was led
by Adas Shalom which respond-
ed to the message of Rabbi Ja-
cob E. Segal with $225,000.
The highlight of the Women's
Division campaign was the Dior-
Israel Fashion Festival.
The annual Fall dinner on
Nov. 26 at Cabo Hall, with Abba
Eban, Minister of Education of
Israel, as guest speaker, was one
of the most successful events of
the year's campaign.
League to Present
Levy at Donor Rally
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Youth Education League will
hold its pre-donor rally on Mon-
day at the home of Mrs. C.
Aaron of Cambridge Rd. Assist-
ing as co-hostesses are Mrs. Mor-
ris Silverman and Mrs. Morris
After a dessert luncheon, Mrs.
Jack Munson, president, will ask
for reports from project chair-
men on the group's culmination
luncheon to be held Feb. 13 at
the Latin Quarter.
At the rally, Bert Levy as-
sistant regional director of
the Michigan Anti - Defamation
League, will present a movie en-
titled "All the Way Home."
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Eminent scholars and educa- Sylvan H. Kohn, Dr. Raphael
tors have joined the ZOA na- Patai,. Paul Veret, Rabbi Chaim
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