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April 01, 1966 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-01

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Detroit Allied Jewish Campaigners Commence
Report Meetings; Honor Women Today

Report meetings to check on the
continuing progress of the 1966
Allied Jewish Campaign will begin
with a luncheon at campaign head-
quarters, 163 Madison, honoring
the women's division.
The campaign, which was offi-
cially launched a week ago
Wednesday, is now in full swing
in the drive to achieve more than
$5,600,000 in pledges—a total that
would make 1966 one of the big-
est years in campaign history.
cording to General Chairmen
‘,01 Eisenberg and Irwin Green,
- Such a total is well within the
reach of hard working campaign-
ers if they continue the pace ini-
tiated in the pre-campaign period.
To be honored today on behalf
of the women's division will be
the campaign chairman, Mrs. Ar-
thur H. Rice, who has led her divi-
sion to a pre-opening achievement
figure of $641,449, encompassing
5,806 pledges. This represents 97
per cent of the 1965 women's divi-
sion achievement. "With several
thousand pledges yet to go, we feel
certain we can count on a substan-
tial percentage of increase over

Tuesday evening, April 19, at the
Jewish Center, Room 272, at
8:15 p.m. Leading Divisions will

Local agencies will be honored
at the second report meeting

WASHINGTON (JTA) — James He said they fled not because of
and professions, reports that the P. Rice, executive director of the anti-Semitism, to which they were
race for top achievement between United Hias Service, urged pro- never subjected, but because they

divisions looks exciting.
cedures to ease the problems of did not wish to live under a Com-
Currently in front is the mechan- Cuban Jews stranded in transit to munist regime, and because they
ical trades division, chaired by the United States, while awaiting did not want their children to be
Malcolm S. Lowenstein, with 98 employment certification. Rice educated in such a regime.
per cent of last year's total already made the plea in testimony before
pledged, for a 17 per cent increase the Senate Subcommittee on Refu-
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
George Keil, chairman of trades
to date. Close behind are the food gees and Escapees, of which Sen.
Friday, April 1, 1966-5
Edward
M.
Kennedy,
Massachu-
and arts and crafts divisions, with
87 per cent and 86 per cent re- setts Democrat, is chairman.
spectively of last year's totals, and
Rice said the stranded Cuban- einummun

be acclaimed at the third and
final report meeting, Friday,
April 29, five days before the
official closing of the 1966 Cam-
paign.

last year's totals," Mrs. Rice re-
ports.

Sharing honors with her will be
Mrs. Max Stoilman, chairman of
women's pre-campaign, and Mrs.
Milton J. Doner, headliners chair-
man, both of whose sections now
report 100 per cent or more of last
year's figures; Mrs. Melvin Kol-
bert, chairman of pace setters;
Mrs. Alfred L. Deutsch, chairman
go-getters; and Mrs. Morris J.
Brandwine, chairman of the Phono-
Gift campaign that has contacted
more than 11,000 women this year.

Easier U.S. Rules to Admit Cuban Jews
Requested by Hias Director James Rice

MRS. MABEL KAPLAN, one
of Phon-O-Gift campaigners,
shown contacting contributors
during the four-week telephone
solicitations that were conducted
at the Zionist Cultural Center.

Rabbi Segal to Address
Warsaw Memorial Meeting

Ghetto and concentration camp of the 6,000,000 Jews destroyed
survivors accompanied by their during the Nazi holocaust. A Me-
children will participate in a can- morial Prayer for Violin, com-
dlelighting cere- posed by Julius Chajes, will be
mony, and Rabbi performed by Sheila Fiekowsky,
Jacob E. Segal with piano accompaniment by
will deliver the Bella Goldberg.
keynote address
Tickets are available at the
at the 23rd annu-
Council office and at the door on
al city-wide com- Sunday evening.
memoration of
the Warsaw
Ghetto Uprising German Extremist Party
to be held Sun- Sees Hike in Popularity
ay, 8:15 p.m., at
With Hamburg Election
Cong. Adas Sha-
I HAMBURG (JTA) — The Na-
lom.
Final plans for tional Democratic Party, a fusion
the program, of various extremist and right-
now a traditional wing political groups in West Ger-
event in Detroit, many, including professional neo-
were announced Nazis, won 3.2 per cent of the
by Dr. • Samuel total vote in Hamburg's municipal
Rabbi Segal r Krohn, president elections held Sunday, according
of the Jewish Community Council, to final tabulations completed
-and George M. Zeltzer, chairman here Tuesday. The NDP vote had
, the Council's culture commis- almost doubled here since last Se-

I

ptember's general elections to the
national parliament, when the
'A special feature of this year's party in this city had
program will be a presentation, cent of the total vote. won 1.8 per
through film slides and narration,
Moderate political circles said
of drawings and poems by children the net rise in the NDP strength
interned at Theresienstadt Con- here is not as high as the ratios
centration Camp during World War
may indicate, since the over-all
II. Entitled. "I Never Saw turn-out in the municipal elec-
Another Butterfly," the draw- tions was far lower than the
ings and poems depict not only the number of voters who had cast
daily misery of these uprooted their ballots in the national bal-
children, but also the quiet hope
loting.
and dreams that filled their lives.
Officials said, however, the in-
Taking part in the narration will creased NDP strength shown in
be Evelyn Orbach, Joyce Feurring recent municipal elections around
and Mark Zussman.
the country was "disturbing." The
A quartet composed of Shirley National Democratic Party had

„ion.

Benyas, Ann Jaffe, Sidney Resnick shown sizable gains in balloting for
and Leo Magill will open the pro- municipal posts in Schleswig-Hol-
gram singing "Sh'visi." Members stein and in northern Germany,
of the quartet will also present a especially in small villages.
Earlier this month, the NDP
selection of Ghetto songs. The "El
Moleh Rachamim" will be chanted showed very large gains in the
municipal elections in Bavaria. It
by Cantor Louis Klein.
received 3 per cent of the state-
Ghetto and concentration camp wide Bavarian vote, as compared
survivors who participate in the with a national balloting total in
traditional candlelight ceremony Bavaria of 2 per cent. In some
will be accompanied by their chil- Bavarian cities, the NDP got as
dren. The ceremony is in memory high as 10 per cent of the vote.

the real estate division, with 82
per cent.
The junior division, whose pre-
Campaign activities began two
months ago, have started their
general solicitation under the
chairmanship of Paul D. Borman
and Thomas Klein. Junior Cam-
paign Chairman Ivan Boesky noted
with satisfaction the large number
of new pledges secured by his divi-
sion, and substantial gift increases.
Metropolitan division workers
met Sunday to launch their divi-
sion's efforts on behalf of the
campaign and to hear Phillip Stoll-
man, vice-chairman of the cam-
paign. Alfred Keats, division chair-
man, reports that vigorous efforts
to increase least year's figures are
now under way. Guidance is being
provided by Co-Chairmen Louis E.
Barden and Edward Schlussel. Spe-
cial leadership assignments have
been undertaken by Bnai Brith
Council Chairmen Alan Nathan,
Harry Oberstein, Samuel Rubin,
Louis Trotsky and Nathan Ruben-
stein; by Herman Doiny, chairman,
Cong. Gemiluth Chassodim; Mrs.
Esther Oshan, c h airm a n, De-
troit Socialites; Lewis Saks and
Rabbi Abe Zentman, chairmen, in-
dependents; William Greenberg,
chairman, Jewish War Veterans;
Morris Lifshay, chairman, Labor
Zionists; Mrs. Goldie Boxer, chair-
man, Workmen's Circle; Mrs. Ju-
lius Ring, chairman, organizations
section.

Jewbsh migrants could make con-
tributions to the professions, arts,
science and business in this coun-
try. He cited as an example 61
Cuban Jewish refugees who found
temporary haven in Curacao, but
have encountered serious delays in
waiting to be processed for entry
to the United States.
The Hias executive said that, of
the estimated 10,000 Jews in Cuba
when Castro took power, less than
2,400 remain, and more may leave.

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