$2,750,000 Bond Goal Set for '65
Tom Borman, chairman of the
Detroit Israel Bond campaign, an-
nounced a projected $2,750,000
goal for Bond sales for this year.
His proposal, made on April 29,
at the leadership dinner meeting
of the local Bond organization, at
Holiday Manor, was strongly sup-
ported by Phillip Stolhnan, who
shared chairmanship of the meet-
ing with Borman, and received the
endorsement of the nearly 100
Bond leaders who participated in
the planning session.
Consul General Jacob Barnea,
one of the guest speakers, de-
clared that Israel hopes for peace,
that "all Israel wants is to exist—
and to exist it must have the pro-
per means. We must have the
means with which to absorb the
tens of thousands of newcomers to
Commenting on Tunisia Presi-
dent Bourguiba's recent declara-
tions Barmore said that the peace
offers are being accepted with re-
servations but are viewed as a
step in the direction of rejecting
war threats and of providing
means to talk of peace.
He brought a message of
greeting from his government
on the occasion of Israel's 17
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after the closing of the Allied
Louis Levitan, managing di-
rector of the D et r o i t Israel
Bond Organization, announced
a series of events planned for
the year's drive, a major func-
tion to be the dinner on June
10 at Cobo Hall.
Participants in the meeting on
April 29 included Harry Cohen
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Israel Bond Fete
to Honor Barbour
anniversary. He made this ap-
peal to the gathering:
"Do not try to delimit the
goals of Israel. Be constant and
steadfast in sharing our vision.
Together with you we'll be able
to build a strong Israel and a
strong Jewish people."
Mrs. Mildred Jeffrey, UAW
community relations director and
national Democratic committee-
woman from Michigan, reporting
on her recent trip to Israel, spoke
glowingly about "the tremendous
vigor, growth and dynamism of
Israel," and she added: "Israel
Bonds had much to do with it."
Stating that her shoes are "cov-
ered with the mud of Ashdod,
Arad and Beersheba — and of
Selma and Birmingham," Mrs.
Jeffrey linked the movements for
justice and the battle against op-
pression. She praised "the sense
of dedication and social commit-
ment" of the people of Israel and
urged those who have not yet
visited Israel "to go now—not be-
cause Israel isn't going to be there
—Israel will always be there—
but because Israel is developing
Mrs. Jeffrey brought greetings
from Israel from Rabbi and Mrs.
Borman announced that $404,000
worth of Bonds already were sold
this year and that the campaign
will go into high gear immediately
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Preparations are being com-
pleted for the community - wide
Al Barbour testimonial • dinner
to be held 6 p.m. Thursday in the
Veterans Memorial Building. The
dinner is spon-
sored by the De-
troit Israel Bond
Trade Union Di-
vision. A large
cross section of
leaders in t h e
fields of govern-
ment, labor, edu-
and other areas
will attend the
president of the
cil, is being hon-
ored for his life-
1 o n g dedication
to the labor
movement, h i s Emil Mazey
championship of human rights and
friendship for Israel. He and Mrs.
Barbour have just returned from
Israel where they conferred with
the top government officials and
observed the projects made pos-
sible by Israel Bond funds.
U.S. Senator George McGovern
of South Dakota will be the guest
Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh,
honorary chairman, will bring
Emil Mazey, UAW secretary-
treasurer, is the dinner chairman.
Co-chairmen of the dinner com-
mittee, which includes more than
170 notables, are August Scholle,
president of the Michigan State
AFL-CIO; Alex Fuller, vice pres-
ident, Wayne County AFL-CIO;
Barney Hopkins, secretary-treas-
urer and William C. Marshall, vice
president, respectively of the Mich-
igan State AFL-CIO. Senators Pat-
rick V. McNamara and Philip A.
Hart and G. Mennen Williams, as-
sistant secretary of state, are on
the host committee.
For dinner reservations at $6.50
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the Al Barbour Dinner Committee,
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