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November 17, 1967 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-11-17

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Alfred Deutsch, Maxwell Jospey
to Head '68 Allied Jewish Campaign

Alfred L. Deutsch and Maxwell
Jospey will lead the 1968 Allied
Jewish Campaign, destined to be
the greatest effort in fund raising
that the Detroit community has
seen, Hyman Safran, president of
the Jewish Welfare Federation, an-
nounced.
Deutsch, who was 1967 chairman,
will be serving his second year.
Jospey, who was a pre-campaign
chairman last year, will serve as
co-chairman.
The Allied Jewish Campaign will
conduct its regular drive for funds
for the support of local, national
and overseas agencies. In addition,
it will also raise money for the

Jospey

Deutsch

Israel Emergency Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal for crucial
human needs rising out of the June
war.
Under the leadership of
Deutsch, last year's campaign
raised $5,750,000, the second larg-
est total in its 41-year history.
The Israel Emergency Fund, of
which Paul Zuckerman was
chairman, begun only a few days

Cite Negro Paper
With AJC Award

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

CHICAGO — The editor and pub-
lisher of the largest Negro-owned
daily newspaper in the United
States was the first recipient Wed-
nesday of the Mass Media Human
Relations Award presented by the
Chicago chapter of the American
Jewish Committee. He is John II.
Sengstacke of the Chicago De-
fender, who received the award at
a luncheon here from Jerome M.
Comar. chairman of the AJC chap-
ter.
Sengstacke and his newspaper
were cited for "pointing the way
through media to a greater under-
standing among men."

The defender has cautioned
the Negro community and par-
ticularly the black power ad-
vocates not to forget the "pow-

erful voices which have been
lifted on behalf of the Negro
people" by Jewish communities
and their leaders.
The Chicago Daily Defender
pointed out in an editorial that
the "Milwaukee Jewish Council
pulled no punches in its declara-
tion of support of the civil rights
leaders who have been demon-
strating for freedom of residence
in that Wisconsin city." The edi-
torial also cited a resolution ad-
opted by the executive board of
the Synagogue Council of America ,
urging the Milwaukee city ad- 1
ministration to enact open hous-
ing legislation.
"In Kansas City," the editorial
noted, "Irving M. Levine, director
of education and urban planning
of the American Jewish Committee.
told the annual meeting of the
AJC local chapter that they should
organize the intellectual communal
and financial resources of the Jew-
ish community to do battle against
slums and economic tricler-devel-
opment."
"These powerful voices, which
have been on behalf of the Negro
peoples' cause, should not be for-
gotten when resolutions are passed
by the black power hierarchy. Jews
and Negroes have problems in
common. They can ill-affdrd to be
at one another's throat," the edi-
torial stated.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, November 17, 1967-3

the firing of the first
shot June 6, received over $6,-
300,000 in contributions for im-
mediate aid to Israel.

before

Deutsch, president of American
Savings and Loan Association, is
on the board of directors of the
Jewish Welfare Federation and is a
member of its committee on capital
needs. He is also a director of the
Fresh Air Society, the United Heb-
rew Schools and United Jewish
Charities. He is on the board of
overseers of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America and past
president of Cong. Bnai Moshe.

Jospey was active in the mechani-
cal trades division of the campaign
prior to 1967. He is a member of
the board of Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration, serves on the board of
Sinai Hospital and is a member of
the hospital's executive and fi-
nance committees and chairman of
the research committee. He is
president of Production Steel Strip
Corp.

Deutsch and Jospey said that
the "continued crisis in the
Middle East endangers all the
political and social welfare gains
made in two decades in Israel.

Wig Plant in Israel
No Hair-Brained Idea

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

Get the
Harvard Row Habit
With our latest fashions in
jewelry .. .

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A New
York manufacturer, Ignazt Steiner,
will open a large wig factory in
Israel soon, it was learned Wed-
Certified Master Watchmaker
nesday. The factory will be set up
and Jeweler
crucial needs are met."
to produce 400 wigs a month, most
They also pointed out that the of them for men. Steiner indicated
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they depend on funds raised in the the Israeli-made wigs in the United
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campaign.
States market.
Organization of the campaign is
already under way. Pre-campaign
meetings will begin the latter part
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figures coming from Israel to bring
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