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April 22, 1966 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-22

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Allied Jewish Campaign Workers Asked to Speed
Solicitations to Assure Expected Sizeable Increase

Allied Jewish Campaign Chair-
men Sol Eisenberg and Irwin
Green, speaking at the •second re-
port meeting Tuesday at the Jew-
ish Center, confirmed that all
signs point to a sizably increased
dollar total over 1965 results in
time for the windup of the 1966
campaign on May 4.
They expressed some concern
about the pace with which pledges
were being returned and urged
workers to redouble their efforts
to make every contact as soon as
possible.
"We must make sure that the
number of contributors to the
campaign rises each year so that
the base of givers continues to
enlarge," the chairman told the
workers. "We must solicit those
who, for one reason or another,
have not given in the past year
and make new approaches to
those potential contributors who
have never given."
Presidents and executives of
beneficiary agencies were intro-
duced at the meeting, and talks on
the work of the agencies were
given by Alan E. Schwartz, chair-
man of the health and welfare
division of the Jewish Welfare

Federation; Mandell L. Berman,
chairman of the educational divi-
sion; and Stanley J. Winkelman,
chairman of the community rela-
tions division.
. William Avrunin, executive
director of the Federation, said
he was "looking forward to a
real celebration at the victory
dinner on May 4."
"There is no reason that this
cannot be one of the great cam-
paigns in Detroit's history," Av-
runin said. "With increases in
gifts coming in daily, the unflag-
ging efforts of hundreds of dedi-
cated workers and the continued
good economic picture, we are
looking forward to having more
money tO• carry on all the local,
national and overseas programs in
the coming year."
He pointed out that anyone who
wanted to contribute but who had
* * *

Dr. Syrkin to Speak
at Labor Zionist Rally

not been approached by a worker
could call campaign headquarters
in the Fred M. Butzel Building,
163 Madison, WO 5-3939.
The third and final report meet-
ing, to be held at noon April 29,
at the Butzel Building, will honor
the campaign sections which have
passed their 1965 final dollar
figures.
Additional sections are reach-
ing "over the top" figures daily.
Those reporting to date, and their
chairmen, are:

HEALTH, ACCIDENT INSURANCE,
Harold S. Jaffa, 103%.
BUILDING SUPPLIERS, William Bor-
in, Charles Gilson, Dave Kurzman,
117%.
FOOD BROKERS, PROCESSORS,
Sol G. Kurtzman, Maurice J. Elkin, Ned
Weitzman, 101%;
WHOLESALE GROCERS, A r t h u r
Schultz, Benjamin Wettenstein, 122%.
B E V E R A GES, LIQUOR, Harry J.
Modell, Albert Raphael, Walter Wolpin,
109%.
PRODUCE, Irving Simon, 102%.
PHARMACISTS, SUPPLIERS, J a c k
A. Robinson, Robert S. Dunsky, Arnold
Faudman, Gerald Gerger, 102%.
- ACCOUNTANTS, Herbert P. Sillman,
100%.
VETERINARIANS, Dr. Harold Milin-
sky, 102%.
* * *

Mrs. White-Named
to Federation Post

Mrs. Virginia W. White has been
appointed public relations direc-
tor of the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion, William
Avrunin, execu-
tive director, an

U.S. to Sell Israel
$30,000,000 in
Sniphis Food

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

JERUSALEM - The United
States is scheduled to deliver to
Israel during the fiscal year start-
ing next July -1 about $30,000,000
worth of surplus foods.
During the same period, the
United States • has suggested a
grant of a $10,000,000 development
loan.
Israel will pay in dollars for 25
per cent of the cost of the new
surplus food and the balance in
Israel pounds.
The surplus food is equal` to that
provided in previous years, but
this year Israel will be paying
partly in dollars for the first time.
In addition to the purchase of
$30,000,000 in surplus food, Israel
is buying from private suppliers
$45,000,000 in additional surplus
food and paying for this in
dollars. •
It was noted here that the
United States is currently negoti-
ating with Egypt for deliveries of
surplus food valued at $150,000,000.
The United States gave Egypt
$56.000,000 in food surplus last
January on terms of payment en-
tirely in local Egyptian currency.

DR. MARIE SYRKIN

Dr. Marie Syrkin, member of
the executive of the Jewish Agen-
cy for Israel, will speak at a meet-
ing of the Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion Thursday, 8:15 p.m., at the
Labor Zionist Institute.
Dr. Syrkin is the author of a
number of books, including a wide-
ly heralded account of the Jewish
resistance movements under the
Nazis, "Blessed is the Match". She
is editor of Jewish Frontier and a
former associate professor of hu-
manities at Brandeis University.
For a number of years she was
a teacher in the New York City
school system.
She will speak to the organiza-
tion's members and workers of the
966 Allied Jewish Campaign •
-4 1

* *

*

Hebrew Students Give $2,500 to Drive

During 20 years
in Detroit, Mrs.
White has served
on the public re-
lations st a ff of
community serv-
ice organizations
and has been em-
ployed in profes- Mrs. White
sional public relations and news-
paper work.
She was public relations direc-
tor of United Community Services
for several years and for 12 years
was campaign and public relations
director for the Tuberculosis and
Health Society of Wayne County.
She is a former account _executive
with the public relations firm of
Saul Shiefman and Associates.
After graduation from the Uni-
versity of Missouri, she joined the
public relations staff of the school
and then did public relations for
the Mississippi State University.
She worked as a reporter and re-
writeman for five years for the
New Orleans Time-Picayune, and
on the promotion staff of the De-
troit News. Prior to joining the
Jewish Welfare Federation she
was a reporter and feature writer
for the Macomb Daily.
Mrs. White resides at 1020 Riven-
oak, Birmingham.

FLORISTS, Irvin W. Feldman, 121%.
PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS, EM-
PLOYES, Leonard R. Frenkel, Samuel
Schiff, 109%.
JUNIOR MEN'S SPECIAL GIFTS,
Donald J. Purther, Gary Eisenberg,
Michael J. Hermanoff, Lawrence K.
Snider, Herbert Freedland, 111%.
JUNIOR WOMEN'S SPECIAL GIFTS.
Mrs. Thomas J. Grossman, Mrs. Michael
J. Hermanoff, Mrs. Ivan Boesky, Mrs.
Robert G. Portnoy, 110%.
WOMEN'S PRE - CAMPAIGN, Mrs. -1
Max Stollman, Mrs. Hyman Safran,
105%.
WOMEN'S PACE SETTERS, Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Kolbert, Mrs. William L.
Deutsch, M r s . N. Brewster Broder,
100%.
WOMEN'S HEADLINERS, Mr. and
Mrs. Milton J. Doner, Mrs. Charles
Abramson, Mrs. Seymour J. Frank,
102%.
HUGHES HATCHER SUFFRIN EM-
PLOYES, Martin Felder, 128%.
FURNITURE, Al Sklar, C h a r l es
Abramson, Marvin Danto, Eugene Mon--
dry, 102%.
WINKELMAN'S EMPLOYES. Fred
Winkelman, Irving N. King, 102%.
MORTICIANS, Herbert Kaufman, Ira
Kaufman, 104%.
AUTO PARTS, Jerome M. Ash, Ed-
ward Coopersmith, Ralph Epstein, Lou-
is Greenberg, Gerald Lasher, Julius H.
Wainer, 139%.
GAS, OIL, TIRE DEALERS, Richard
H. Sucher, 100%.
SCRAP METALS, Harry Goldman,
Richard A. Jones, Harry T. Madison,
110%.
METALS, NON-FERROUS, Philip S.
Minkin, Mike Gittlen, 113%.
STEEL, Semour R. Jones, Philip Kra-

witz Jr., Milton Gilman, Harold Warren,
113%.
BAGS, BOTTLES, BARRELS, Irving
A. Rubin, Martin Bader, 107%.
WASTE MATERIALS, Ernest J. Ber-
ger, Harold Lipsitz, 100%.
TEXTILES, Jay W. Allen, John Red-
field, 118%.

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Learning more about the Allied Jewish Campaign last week from
Junior Division Chairman Ivan Boesky (second from left) are stu-
dents of the United Hebrew Schools (from left) Richard Horowitz,
Beth Aaron; Josh Leopold, Borman-Beth Moses; and Gary Sussman,
Beth Aaron. Students presented a pledge of $2,500 to the campaign
from the Keren Ami of the Hebrew Schools at a meeting last week
of 110 student delegates at the Fred M. Butzel Memorial Building.

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