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February 03, 1967 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-02-03

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Senator Kennedy Due at Campaign Dinner;
Many Allied "Drive Divisions Get Into Action

Senator Edward M. Kennedy will
visit Detroit Wednesday to speak'
at the pre-campaign dinner of the
Allied Jewish Campaign at the I
Sheraton-Cadillac. He is expected
to be in town only a few hours.
"It is the first time in 15 years
that such a gala black tie event
has been held in Detroit in con-
nection with the Allied Jewish
Campaign and we are expecting a
capacity t u r n o u t," Campaign
Chairman Alfred L. Deutsch said.
'The enthusiastic response to
enator Kennedy and to the causes
which the campaign supports is
gratifying. It is indeed an honor to
have such a young, outstanding
statesman address us."
Pre-Campaign Chairmen Max-
well Jospey, Irving Rose and Max
M. Shaye report great interest
among leaders of the trades and
professional division in attending
the formal dinner-dance.
• * *

Omega Fraternity heard Rabbi
Milton Arm speak on behalf of the
campaign at a meeting-Jan. 26 at
the Madison Dental Supply.
He was introduced by the im-

Israel Buys Ship Nili

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

MIAMI — The Israe l
cruise ship Nili, which was
impoundeJ here last year
when its owners, Nili-Somer-
fin Car Ferries, Ltd., of Haifa,
failed to meet mortgage pay-
ments, was sold to the Israel
governMent at auction here
Tuesday for $4,200,000.
The Israel government;
which purchased the vessel
to protect its own position as
a creditor of Somerfin, in-
tends to resell it.
The United States marshal
here is expected to turn the
bill of sale over to the Israel
government next week after .
a federal court decides how
the two dozen claims against
the ship will be settled.

mediate past chairman of the
dental section, Dr. Manuel Feld-
man.
Dr. Sidney J. Rubenstein, presi-
dent of Alpha Omega, and Dr. Ray
Pollard, co-chairman of the dental
section for the campaign, spoke
on the need for the dentists as re-
sponsible professional men to asso-
ciate themselves with the campaign
as contributors and workers.
Dr. Harold Firestone is a co-
chairman of the section.
Leadership of the mercantile
division met Sunday at the Jewish
Center under the chairmanship of
David S. Mondry to map plans
for f u t u r e activity in the cam-
paign. Campaign Chairman
Alfred Deutsch spoke to the group.

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Friday, February 3, 1967-3

Emigration as 'Desertion'

GEORGE
OHRENSTEIN

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Youth
groups of all parties in Israel,
with the exception of Communists
and the ultra-Orthodox Agudat Is-
rael, signed a manifesto against
emigration from Israel, which
rose sharply last year.
The manifesto condemned the
departures, which it called "deser-
tion in a time of trial."

PARIS (JTA) — The French sec-
tion of Keren Hayesod, fund-raising
arm of the World Zionist Organ-
ization, -raised last year 3,500,000
francs ($750,000) it was reported
here at the organization's annual
n a t i o n a l 'conference. The total
achieved in 1965 was 3,000,000
francs, showing a 15 per cent in-
crease for 1966.
Although no comprehensive esti-
mate of anticipated income and ex-
penditures for 1967 was presented
the fund directors predicted they
would spend less this year than last
for local work and organizational
expenses. The latter accounted for
25 per cent of last year's expendi-
tures.
Participants in the ftwo-day con-
ference included Israel's ambas-
sador to France, Walter Eytan, and
Chief Rabbi Jacob Kaplan.










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Pictured at the attorney's
section meeting held Jan. 26
at the home of Avern Cohns are
(from left) Cohn, Manuel F.
Cohen, chairman of the U. S.
Securities and Exchange Com-
mission, Washington, D.C., and
Norman D. Katz, section chair-
man.
* *
Despite heavy snow and poor
driving conditions, attorneys
turned out to hear U. S. Securities
and Exchange Commissioner
Manuel F. Cohen at a meeting of
the attorneys' section of the cam-
paign.
Those attending increased their
pledges 20 per cent over last
year's gifts in response to the plea
for more funds to support Jewish
agencies here and overseas.
Irving Rose, pre-campaign chair-
man, and the attorney section
chairman, Norman D. Katz, told
the key leaders at the meeting
that through their participation in
the Campaign they were setting
an example for the '700 Jewish at-
torneys in Detroit. The section is
one of the largest in the Allied
Jewish Campaign and last year
raised $317,000.
Junior Division Meets
Members of the junior division
of the Jewish Welfare Federation
will hear Detroit Councilman Mel
Ravitz at the second of a lecture
series 8:15 p.m. - Feb. 15 at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Snider in Lafayette Towers East.
Councilman Ravitz, who is also
professor at Wayne State Univer-
sity, will speak on the relationship
of the suburbs to the inner city.
* * *
Dentists Hear Rabbi Arm
Members of the Council of the
Detroit Alumni Chapter of Alpha

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