Formal Opening of Allied Campaign Slated at Dinner
April 6; Women's Division G-Day Set for Wednesday
Detroit's 1965 Allied Jewish
Campaign will officially open with
a reception and dinner at 6 p.m.
April 6, at the Jewish Center.
Sol Eisenberg and Irwin Green,
campaign general chairmen, an-
California, where she made her
professional stage debut in 1937.
Soon after, she was signed by Jesse
L. Lasky to a film contract.
From 1937 to 1940 Joan Fon-
taine made 18 films, and won a
nomination for an academy award
for her performance in "Rebecca."
A year later she carried off the
Oscar for her performance in "Sus-
picion" with Cary Grant.
Some of her notable films were
"The W o m e n," "Frenchman's
Creek," "Letter from an Unknown
Woman," "Born to Be Bad," "Ser-
enade," "Island in the Sun" and
"Tender is the Night"
Miss Fontaine's starring role in
Women's Mass Report of Pledges
by 35 Teams Scheduled for G-Day
nounced that Joan Fontaine,
. the featured guest, will offer a
dramatic presentation, "The Chil-
dren of Israel."
Miss Fontaine was born Joan de
Beauvoir de Havilland, in the In-
ternational Settlement at Tokyo,
Japan. A British citizen, she was
brought while still very young, to
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G-Day, the annual, all-day mass
report of pledges received in the
general solicitation of the Wom-
en's Division of the Allied Jewish
Campaign, will be held next
Wednesday at the Jewish Center.
Starting at 11 a.m., 25 teams of
workers will report on the prog-
ress of their campaign activities
Mrs. Alfred L. Deutsch, general
solicitation chairman, and her
lieutenants, Mrs. William L.
Deutsch and Mrs. Morris J. Brand-
wine, head the workers who have
been ringing door-bells and phone
bells to marshall support for the
While the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign will be officially launched
April 6, hundreds of women cam-
paign workers already have been
involved in all phases of campaign-
ing and in all categories of giv-
ing, Mrs. I. Jerome Hauser, Wom-
en's Division campaign chairman,
In • the forefront of women's ac-
tivities are their campaign leaders
who include Mrs. Max Stollman,
pre-campaign chairman; Mrs. Mel-
vin Kolbert, pace setters chairman;
Mrs. Milton J. Doner, headliners
chairman, and Mrs. • Seymour R.
Jones, keynoters chairman.
Mrs. Brandwine, chairman of the
recently completed. Phon - o - Gift
Campaign, reported that 8,000 con-
tributors were reached in this first-
time major telephone campaign ef-
fort. Mrs. Benjamin Jones, presi-
dent of the Women's Division, said
this type of campaigning may
prove to be a pattern for future
Hayim Sanderson to Address
Labor Zionists on Thursday
in Behalf of. Allied Campaign
Members of the Labor Zionist .
group will meet Thursday, • 8:30
p.m., on behalf of the 1965 Allied
Jewish Campaign, at the Labor
Zionist Institute. Hayim Sanderson
will be guest speaker.
Sanderson, general director of
El Al Airlines for North Amer-
ica, a graduate of the Northeast-
ern University law school, was a
practicing attorney before he
moved his family to Israel in 1948.
He settled in Kibbutz Kfar
Blum, where he lived for a num-
ber of years, participating in the
defense of the Galil during the Is-
rael War of Independence. Subse-
quently, he was appointed deputy
commissioner of customs and ex-
cise for Israel, a post he held for
seven years. He left the customs
department for private business
and in 1958 joined El Al Airlines.
"A Night in Israel," a film fea-
turing Israel's top entertainers,
will be shown at that meeting.
Hyman Safran was re-elected
for a second term as president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation by
`he never bought
board of gover-
from Jerry Morse'
. . but today's well groomed,
fashion-minded male relies
completely on Jerry Morse's
are Jack 0. Lef-
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leUt4) gentlemen's Mire
pres idents; Wil-
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large of the federation execu-
tive committee are Charles H.
Gershenson, Irwin Green, Mrs.
Harry L. Jones, Louis LaMed,
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president, United Jewish Chari-
ties; Mrs. Benjamin Jones, presi-
dent, women's Division, and Max
M. Fisher, former JWF president.
Electees were proposed by the
nominating committee consisting
of Milton J. Miller, chairman,
Paul Broder, Edward I. Fleisch-
man, Mrs. Benjamin Jones and
Mrs. Harold A. Robinson.
"Tea and Sympathy" at the Barry-
more Theater in New York was her
debut on the Broadway stage.
Since then she has had other
Tickets for the reception and
dinner may be reserved by calling
the Federation, WO 5-3939.
Although the campaign's for-
mal opening is still a week and
a half away, there has been sub-
stantial 'progress toward a $5,-
000,000-plus goal in the steady
drive of pre-campaign activity.
Al Borman, honorary chairman
of the campaign, called upon mem-
bers of the Federation's governing
board to intensify their efforts to-
ward the campaign as contributors,
workers and leaders, stressing the
need for continuing personal soli-
citation as the campaign gathers
At the opening dinner, division
chairmen will make their first pub-
lic reports on campaign progress
under the direction of • Max M.
Shay e, president of the Detroit
Services Group. Jack 0. Lefton,
Alfred L. Deutsch and Arthur
Howard, chairmen of pre-campaign,
will report on early gifts.
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