Friday, October 18, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEW S- 16
Artist Wins Brazil
Prize as Engraver
SAO PAULO, (JTA) — A
artist, Gerson Knispel, was
honored at the seventh biennial
of modern art of Sao Paulo as
the best engraver in the class
of books and printing. He was
given a prize for his engravings
for "The Children's Crusade,"
published by Editora Brasil-
iense, which were judged the
"best set of illustrations for
The artist provided illustra-
tions for the windows of Con-
gregaco Israelite Paulista, and
for many facades of public and
private buildings as well as for
book covers, including two
books of Yale Dayan, daughter
of Agriculture Minister Moshe
Dayan. He has been living in
Sao Paulo for the last five
Music is the universal language
Professional Group of Allied Campaign Nominates Officers
The professional division is
the first of seven trade and pro-
fessional divisions of the De-
troit Service Group year-round
organization of Allied Jewish
Campaign workers in ,the trades
and professions to submit nomi-
nees for division directors. The
Abraham Satovsky, chairman;
Dr. Abrham Becker, David Dun-
sky, Arnold E. Frank, Joseph
Handleman, Dr. I. Jerome Hau-
ser, Morris Karbal, Milton J.
Miller, Samuel J. Rhodes, Dr.
Sidney 0. Siegan, Julian S. To-
bias, vice-chairmen; Sidney J.
Karbel, Dr. Hyman S. Mellen,
representatives to the board of
governors, Jewish Welfare Fed-.
eration; Dr. Harry Arnkoff, Dr.
Leonard Birndorf, Dr. Perry
Goldman, Dr. I. Jerome Hauser,
Irving I. Katz, Dr. Hyman S.
Mellen, Benjamin J. Safir, Abra-
ham Satovsky, Dr. Sidney 0.
Siegan, Dr. Max B. Winslow,
representatives to the board of
directors, Detroit Service Group,
in addition to the following
members at large: Dr. Abraham
Becker, Irwin I. Cohn, Arnold
E. Frank, Sidney J. Karbal, Mil-
ton J. Miller, Nate S. Shapero,
George M. Stutz.
Division board of directors,
the above, plus:
Jacob Alspector, Robert D. Ans-
pach, Judge Victor J. Baum, Judge
George Brody, • Judge Benjamin D.
Burdick, David J. Cohen, Avern L.
Cohn, Albert M. Colman, Samuel
Dubrinsky, Arthur I. Gould, Joseph
H. Jackier, Norman D. Katz, Judge
Charles Kaufman, Judge Ira. G. Kauf-
man, Judge Nathan J. Kaufman, Mil.
ton Lucow, Nathan L. Milstein, Harry
M. Nayer, Irving W. Schlussel. Frank
Schwartz, Sol. J. Schwartz, Albert J.
Silber, Samuel S. Simmer, Lester S.
Smith, Robert M. Warren, Judge John
M. Wise, attorneys.
Dr. James G. Bittker, Dr. Day
Daskal, Dr. Mauel Feldman, Dr. Ger-
ald Freedman, Theodore Glass, Dr.
Samuel Glossman, Dr. Joseph E
Goodstein, Dr. Henry Green, Dr
Jerome Kornheiser, Dr. S a m u el
Krohn, Dr. Alvin Lezell, Dr. Milton
S. Marx, Dr. Ray Pollard, Dr. David
Seligson, dentists and dental
Dr. Harry E. August, Dr. Arthur
Goldberg, Dr. John N. Grekin, Dr.
Benjamin Gutow, Dr. Stuart W. Ham-
burger, Dr. Samuel J. Hyman, Dr.
Sherman Kay, Dr. Irvin J. Kurtz, Dr.
Ben Marks, Dr. John J. Pollack, Dr.
Irving Posner, Dr. Julien Priver, Dr.
Abraham S. Rogoff, Dr. Jack Rom,
Dr. Alexander W. Sanders, Dr. Re
ben I. Shapiro, Dr. Oscar D. Schwartz,
Dr. Manuel Sklar, physicians.
Irving Belinsky, Robert S. Dunsky,
Arnold Faudman, Joseph G. Fenton,
Jack A. Robinson, Louis Silver, phar•
macists; Hyman M. Beale, Milton M.
Bernstein, Joseph B. Colton, Bernard
R. Isenberg, Samuel L. Moss, Herbert
P. Sillman, Harry L. Silverman, Isa-
dore Silverman, Joseph Steinberger,
Bruce E. Thal, A. Richard Tischler,
Harold S. Tobias, David P. Zack, ac-
countants; Dr. Ernest M. Gaynes, Dr.
Max M. Honeyman, optometrists and
opticians; Dr. Myron J. Bakst. Dr.
Howard Alvin Parven, Dr. Benjamin
C. Stein, podiatrists.
Dr. Fred Benderoff, Dr. Sydney F.
Ellias, Dr. Mortimer B. Levin, Dr.
Morris Shoskes, Dr. William Stoler,
osteopathic physicians; Dr. Norman
Drachler, Dr. Huldah Fine, Dr. Arnold
Glovinsky, Abe S. Gornbein, Mr.
Samuel Milan, Dr. William W. Watten-
berg, educational services; Rabbi
Morris Adler, Cantor Nicholas Fen-
akel, Dr. Leon Fram, Isadore J. Gold-
stein. Rabbi Benjamin H. Gorrelick,
Rabbi Israel Halpern, Dr. Richard C.
Hertz, Rabbi Moses Lehrman, Rabbi
Milton Rosenbaum, Rabbi Jacob E.
Segal, Rabbi Joshua Sperka, religious
services and Jewish schools.
Walter E. Klein, Sam Marcus, Ira
I. Sonnenblick, social services; Leon-
ard Edelman, Lawrence Gubow, Julius
C. Pliskow, Harry Shumaker, govern.
ment services; Dr. Harold C. Milin-
sky, veterinarian; George H. Amber,
Paul S. Amber, Dr. Henry Brown, Dr.
Jacob E. Goldman, Julius Harwood,
engineers and scientists.
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JNF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY
OCT. 31st to
NOV. 3rd, 1963
To All JNF Councils, Committees, Key
Leaders and Constituent Organizations:
THE CALL goes out to all Jewish leaders in communities throughout the United States, to the constituent organizations of the Jewish
National Fund and to all JNF, Councils to name representatives to the National Assembly of the Jewish National Fund of America
to be held at the New York Hilton in New York City, from Thursday, October 31st until Sunday, November 3rd, 1963.
Aiding Israel's Security
Fifteen years after its founding, the State of Israel finds itself increasingly threatened by its hostile neighbors. Recent border
incidents that were the subject of discussion before the Security Council of the United Nations, dramatically illustrate the constant
tension under which JNF workers labor in the frontier areas of Israel. Their vital work must continue. Development of border settle-
ments is one of the most significant tasks now being undertaken by the Jewish National Fund. Despite current dangers, the JNF
intends not only to maintain, but to accelerate its program in Israel. Ever mindful of its historic role, the JNF is steadily forging a
chain of border settlements that will render the frontiers of Israel impervious to attack.
Dictates of the Hour
We, of the Jewish community of America, have been in the forefront of the great movement to establish and bolster the
State of Israel. Today, more than ever, it devolves upon the Jews of America to hasten to Israel's aid and to strengthen its security.
The Jewish National Fund has risen to the challenge of securing the borders of Israel through a living network of agricultural set-
tlements from the Upper Galilee in the North to the Arava in the South. The future of the Jewish State may well depend upon the
success of this bold and dynamic venture.
Our Common Opportunity
The future of the State of Israel, in a great measure, rests with all of us. Come to New York City and join our ranks on
this festive occasion, in the great- and thrilling effort to carry forward the historic task, which, begun more than three score years
ago, is still the best hope of all friends and lovers of Zion!
The Call goes out to the leaders in every Jewish community in the Nation to take part in the momentous deliberations of
the JNF Assembly which may well mark the beginning of a new epoch in the life of the Jewish people and the Jewish State.
DR. JOSEPH P. STERNSTEIN
President, Jewish. National Fund of America
MENDEL N. FISHER
Chairman, National Assembly Committee
Some of the Personalities participating in the Assembly Program:
U. S. Senator Hubert H. Humphrey
Ambassador Jacob Tsur,
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Keren Kayemeth, Jerusalem
His Excellency Avraham Harman,
Israel Ambassador to the United States
His Excellency Michael Comay,
Israel Ambassador to the United Nations
Dr. Max Nussbaum,
President, Zionist Organization of America
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.,
U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce