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May 07, 1965 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-05-07

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Last Year's Total Already Exceeded; Allied
Drive Must Reach 8,000 More for New Goal

A determined army of Allied
Jewish Campaign workers is
laboring diligently to make cer-
tain that the drive exceeds its
increased goal of $5,100,000-plus
before it officially closes at the
victory dinner, next Wednesday,
at the Jewish Center. If success-
ful, 1965 will rank as one of the
best campaign years in Detroit
history. Already more than 18,000
members of the Jewish commu-
nity in greater Detroit have
pledged more than last year's
total achievement.
Guest speaker at the dinner will
be Morris B. Abram, president of
the • American Jewish Committee

Morris Abram Sworn In
as U.S. Aide on UN Body

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
Morris B. Abram, president of the

American Jewish Committee, was
sworn in April 28 as the U. S. rep-
resentative at the UN Commission
on Human Rights. Abram was ap-
pointed by President Johnson six

weeks ago an represented the
United States at the Commission's
last session in Geneva.

and U.S. representative on the
UN Commission for Human
Rights.
Detroit Mayor Jerome P. Cava-
nagh will be present at the vic-
tory dinner to offer personal con-
gratulations to all who partici-
pated in the campaign.

In a "last call" directive,
Campaign Chairmen Sol Eisen-
berg and Irwin reen and Honor-
ary Chairman Abraham Borman
urged the 2,700 campaign work-
ers to make an all-out effort
to solicit personally, before May
12, the more than 8,000 contri-
butors who have not as yet
been contacted this year.

At the third and final campaign
report meeting, Eisenberg, Green
and Borman applauded the 51
sections and five divisions that
had already reached or passed
100 per cent of last year's cam-
paign achievement. However, work

ers reminded that 100 per cent of

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last year's achievement is NOT
100 per cent of this year's higher
goal, and that additional efforts
had still to be made before a true
victory can be announced for 1965.
Among the leaders of 100 per
cent sections the following were
honored at the last report meeting:

Mercantile:
Furniture, Al Sklar;
store fixtures, Eric Daniel; furriers,
Irving Pokempner.
Services: Finance, Oscar U. Band,
Sheldon M. Freedman, Morris B. Lewis;
building maintenance, Eugene I3,ortnick;
power laundries, Henry Auslander, Mel-
vin Shulevitz; wiping cloths, Irving
Laker; cleaning plants and employes,
Harold Gottlief, Earl Ruby, Samuel W.
Weisman; coal and ice, Mervin S. Jecob-
son; travel bureaus, S. Tracy Freeman;
morticians, Herbert Kaufman, Ira Kauf-
man; life insurance, Austin A. Kanter,
Sidney A. Lutz, Louis Zuckerman; com-
bination life insurance, Louis Garber,
Henry Grossman; health and accident
insurance, Harold S. Jaffa; general in-
surance, Earl Hordes, Robert A. Stein-
berg.
Mechanical trades: Auto accessories,
Edward Coopersmith, Gerald Lasher,
Julius H. Wainer; gas, oil and tire
dealers, Martin Fried; non-ferrous met-
als, Philip S. Minkin, Mike Gitlen, Larry
Oettinger; ferrous scrap metals, Harry

Goldman, Richard A. Jones, Harry T.
Madison; bags, bottles and barrels,
Irving A. Rubin, Martin Bader; waste
materials, Ernest Berger, Harold Lip-
sitz; textiles, Jay W. Allen, John Red-
field; steel, Fred M. Ginsberg, Joseph
Feldman, Richard Hamburger, Philip
Krawitz; machinery and manufactur-
lug, Harry Docks, Melvin Kolbert,
Joseph H. Orley, Joseph H. Pearlman.
Real estate builders and building fi-
nance, Robert Brody, Graham A. Orley,
Sidney Kaye, Irving Seligman, Michael
Wartell; heating, cooling and plumb-
ing, Albert Budman, Max Nosanchuk;
electricians and suppliers, Jerome B.
Sonenklar, Isadore H. Kolodney, Oscar
Rappaport; general contractors and
allied subcontractors, Joseph Kaufman,
Joseph Rontal; building suppliers, Wil-
liam Borin, David G. Kurzman; paint
manufacturers, Bert J. Gooel.
Food: Bakers, Sam Braverman, Sam-
uel Markowitz, Philip Olender; produce,
Sol Kaplan, Irving Simon; wholesale
meats, Richard S. Gunsberg, Murray
Mainster, David J. Schachter; food
brokers, Maurice J. Elkin, Morton Weis-
man; store equipment, Morris Mersky,
Jacob Schreier, Benjamin L. Smith.
Professional: Attorneys, Albert L .
Colman, Norman D. Katz, osteopathic
physicians, Dr. Mortimer B. Levin, Dr.
Fred Benderoff, Dr. William Stoler;
social services, Samual Lerner, Sydney
C. Peimer.
Arts and crafts: Office supplies,

RIO DE JANEIRO—Sharp con-
demnation of anti-Semitic manifes-
tations that have recently increased
in Recife, capital of Brazil's north-
eastern state of Pernambuco, was
voiced in the National Assembly
Wednesday by Rep. Andrade Lima
Filho, a member of the parlia-
ment's opposition party.
Complaining that the police
authorities of Recife "have done
little to stem the anti - Semitic
actions," Lima Filho told the as-
sembly that each day there are
scrawlings on homes at Recife de-
nouncing Jews and spreading
charges that the Jews "are the
enemies of Brazil and of Chris-
tianity."

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Founded more than 300 years ago
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Ralph W. Gidwitz, James A. Hack
and Mrs. Robert G. Portnoy, vice-
p r e s i d e n t s; members-at-large,
David Hessenthaler, Donald J.
Further and Martin J. Well. Din-
ner committee members with Mrs.
Yaker are Mrs. Gary Eisenberg,
Mrs. Monte J. Nagler and Martin
Workers and contributors in the J. Weil.
junior division will have their

own victory celebration Saturday,
May 22, at their second annual •
"Serendipity" ball. Mrs. Barry D. :
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Yaker, chairman of the ball, an- • v
nounced that the black tie affair
would be held at Knollwood

Marshall M. Miller; florists, Irwin W.
Feldman, I. William Sherr; amusements,
Jack Zide; bowling, Roger S. Robinson;
printers and publishers, Samuel Schiff.
Junior: Special gifts, Donald J. Pur-
ther, Michael J. Hermanoff.
Women's: Keynoters, Mrs. Seymour
R. Jones; headliners, Mrs. Milton J.
Doner; pacesetters, Mrs. Melvin Kol-
bert; pre-campaign, Mrs. Max Stoll-
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CLEVELAND (JTA) — Pledges
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totaling $4,300,000 — an all-time
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record—were reported at the offi-
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April 29 of the Jewish Welfare
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were presented with the organiza-
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Jewish chaplain arrived here Tues-
day to provide religious services
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