Allied Campaign Honors Agency Leaders
The presidents and executive directors of the
14 local agencies which benefit from the Allied
Jewish Campaign were honored at a report rally
last Friday. Present were these community leaders,
some of whom also hold top leadership positions in
the campaign: From left: William Avrunin, associate
director, Jewish Welfare Federation; Walter E.
Klein, executive director, and Sidney M. Shevitz,
president, Jewish Community Council; Irwin Shaw,
executive director, Jewish Community Center; Na-
than L. Milstein, president, Resettlement Service;
Samuel Lerner, director, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service; Edward I. Fleischman, president,
Jewish Home for Aged; Albert Cohen. executive
director, and Robert Kasle, president, Jewish Vo-
cational Service; Charles H. Gershenson, president,
Jewish Community Center and chairman of the
1964 Allied Jewish Campaign; Nate S. Shapero,
president, Sinai Hospital; Max M. Shaye, president,
Jewish Family and Children's Service; Samuel Lie-
berman, president, Hebrew Free Loan Association;
Albert Elazar, superintendent, United Hebrew
Schools; Ira I. Sonnenblick, executive director, Jew-
ish Home for Aged; Dr. Julien Priver, executive
vice-president, Sinai Hospital; and Isidore Sobeloff,
executive vice-president, Jewish Welfare Federation.
AJC Food Council Sees Fruit of Their Labors for Drive
The food service council of the ing Simon, co-chairmen; poultry, chairmen; fish, Albert Adelman,
Allied Jewish Campaign plays a Marshall Lowenstein, Herman Nathan Metz and Samuel Wexler,
Miller and Albert H. Mitnick, co- co-chairmen.
large role in the present drive.
This division, of which Edward
J. Slotkin is chairman and Bob
Rosenthal is co-chairman, is near
the $450,000 mark (slightly ahead
of their 1963 figure).
Pair Makes Good on Debt of Honor
to a Federation Member Agency
Many people know in general
that the Allied Jewish Campaign
helps Jews through its 55 local,
national and overseas agencies,
but it was brought home dramatic-
ally recently when two fellow De-
troiters raised their pledge and
In 1954, Eugene Bortnick, like
so many other young men, wanted
to start his own business. And,
like so many others, money was
Through the Hebrew Free
Loan Association, a Jewish Wel-
fare Federation member agency,
Bortnick was able to obtain a
loan. With it, he and Norman
Tarockoff, his partner, started a
small window cleaning service
that grew into a general build-
ing maintenance firm.
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Celebrating the success of the 1964 Allied Jewish Campaign are
(from left) Ralph Gidwitz, chairman, annual Serendipity Ball, Mrs.
Denis Rands, Mrs. Joel D. Tauber, president of the Junior Division
of the Jewish Welfare Federation, Mrs. Barry Yaker, ball co-chair-
man, Miss Barbara Hillman and Martin Weil, chairman of decorations.
The Jewish Division announced an achievement of 101% of their
1964 goal at the Franklin Hills Country Club, last Saturday night.
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Junior Division's Successes Noted
At the top of the Division is the
tobacco and confectioners section
which has obtained nearly
$14,000 in pledges, topping 102%
of last year's achievement. Henry
Pariser, Max Sosin, and Nathan
Sosin are co-chairmen of this sec-
Hard on their heels with $80,000
for almost 95% of their 1963 total
is the wholesale meats section of
which Richard S. Grunberg, Joseph
B. Klein and David Schachter are
Tied with the wholesale meat
section is the food brokers and pro-
cessors section whose total in
pledges is touching the $40,000
figure. Maurice J. Elkin and Mor-
ton Weisman are co-chairmen.
Also ahead of the 90% mark is
Today, that small two-man oper-
ation has grown into the North.
land Building and Maintainence
Service employing 200 persons.
When he was loaned the money,
Bortnick vowed to help others in
need through the Allied Jewish
Campaign if he made good, and
his fellings were seconded by
This they have done through
gifts that have increased yearly.
This year, the partners pledged
a gift of $1,000.
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the retail and supermarkets sec-
tion whose pledges are at the
$200,000 level. Paul Borman, Sam-
uel H. Greenberg, Jack Greisman,
and Fred Grossman are the leaders
of this section.
Other sections pacing this divi-
sion forward, and their leaders, in-
clude bakers, Sam Braverman,
Samuel Markowitz and Philip
Olender, chairmen; wholesale gro-
cers, Arthur Schultz and Benjamin
Wettenstein, c hair me n; retail
meats, George G. Gunsberg, and
Harry Mayers, chairmen; bars and
restaurants, Charles S. Litt and
Morris Samuels, co-chairmen; bev-
erages and liquor, Albert Raphael
and Walter Wolpin, co-chairmen;
store fixtures, Morris Mersky,
Jacob Schreier and Benjamin L.
Smith, co-chairmen; egg and dairy,
Harold Burnstein, Robert Landy,
Benjamin Shwedel, and Alfred
Weiss, co-chairmen; produce, Sol
Kaplan, Emanuel Shapiro and Irv-
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Friday, May 8, 1961
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