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March 29, 1968 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-03-29

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4 Campaign Report Rallies Set to Spur
Solicitations; Divisions Meet This Week

.76 NATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
contributed $6,350,000 to the Israel
tory dinner, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Fresh Air Society-Camp Tamarac k 3.83
$ .73
American 'Jewish Committee
Jewish Community Center
Emergency Fund, and 100 per-
.51
American
Jewish
Congress
at Raleigh House.
2.34 B'nai B'rith (Anti-Defamation
Je wish Community Council
cent of this amount was sent di-
1.17
Moses Levine, Joint Distribution Jewish Family & Children's Serv
League and Youth Service)
1.47
.66 rectly to Israel. Similarly, 1968
Jewish Welfare Board
1.50 National.
Committee representative in Rom- Jewish Home for Aged
Community Relations, Edu-
Israel Emergency Fund contribu-
Voc. Serv.-Com. Workshop 2.80 Other
cational and Health and Welfare
ania, will address the physicians Jewish
2.70
Jewish Welfare Federation
tions will be sent to Israel to give
Organizations
1.83
1.23
and their wives. Levine is known Resettlement Service
added support to services for the
2.60
Sinai
Hosp.
&
Shiffman
Clinic
$ 4.90
as the Number One troubleshooter United Hebrew Schools
9.81
Grand Total ....$100.00 aged, ill, unemployed and the im-
.72
for the JDC and has served in
Beth Yehudah Afternoon School
1.40
Other Jewish Schools
In 1967, the Detroit community migrant.
many areas of the world. He has Other
1.51
Local Services
directed the welfare program for
Friday, March 29, 1968-9
$38.03 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
needy Jews in Romania since the
inception of the program which
began in April 1967.
He joined the JDC in 1946, serv-
ing as deputy director of its supply
department, getting vital materials
to survivors of Hitler's death
camps. During the 1956 Hungarian
crisis he assisted Jewish refugees
expelled from that country and
the following year organized a
repartriation program in Poland
for 25,000 Russian Jews.
Beautiful Ceramic
Dr. Stanley H. Levy is chairman
of the medical physician's section,
with Dr. Ned I. Chalat and Dr.
Stuart Hamburger as co-chairmen.
Dr. Mortimer Levin and Dr. Wil-
liam Stoler are chairmen of the
osteopathic physicians, with Drs.
Large
Robert M. Katz, Donald L. Kay,
Reg. $8.00
Saul Shapiro and Louis Soverinsky
as co-chairmen.
The Metropolitan Division will
Small
hold a report meeting, 10:15 a.m.,
Reg. $2.50
Sunday, at the Jewish Center, to
give volunteers a chance to bring
$1.50
MATZO COVER, with 3 compartments. Reg. $2.50
in the results of their 10 days of
campaign solicitation, Louis E.
$1.50
LARGE COLORFUL SEDER TRAY. Reg. $3.00
Barden, chairman, said.
Each year, your contributions
99c
MOSES LEVINE
"MATZO" SALT & PEPPER. Reg. $1.95
to the Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund serve to
99c
for their gifts if the campaign is diminish world Jewry's massive
CHINA EGG PLATE (Holds 10 Eggs). Reg. $2.50
to raise enough money to fulfill problems of relocating immi-
the added responsibilities the De- grants, rehibilitating the handi-
BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED WINE DECANTER WITH GOLD BAND __ $4.00
troit community has accepted of capped, and assisting the youth
caring for. crucial human needs and aged. Campaign contribu-
MATCHING GLASSES WITH GOLD LETTERED "CHAI" DESIGN _ Ea. 75c
overseas," Deutsch said.
tions are distributed among 45
The chairmen urged that every Jewish social service organiza-
MANY MORE NEW IMPORTED & DOMESTIC PASSOVER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION!
volunteer attend at least one of tions operating locally, nationally
the three remaining meetings and overseas.
scheduled, as follows:
Last year, $5,790,000 was donated
Sand rolled Kiddush cup in 20k gold. 7 3/4
Second report meeting, April 5, to the Allied Jewish Campaign, and
12x9 1 /4 (China) with true to shape and
inch height. Crystal washable. When wine
12:15 p.m., Fred M. Butzel each $100 gift was divided in the
colors of Matzo raised on tray. Hebrew
is poured in-letters and wine become
Memorial Building, honoring the following manner:
wording surrounding the Matzo. Col
women's division.
visible.
OVERSEAS AGENCIES
Individually boxed. Reg. $3.00 alr
Third report meeting, April 21,
United Jewish Appeal (including
95
Individually boxed-Reg. $10.00 $
Joint Distribution Committee,
10:15 a.m., Jewish Community
ORT, United Israel Appeal, N.Y.
UNIQUE GIFT
Association for New Americans).
Center.
iylajor programs of development
Fourth report meeting, April in
.2..Q_ZO-9 QS QS 2-9 29
Israel; rescue, relief, migra-
turn, resettlement, rehabilitation
26, 12:15 p.m., Fred M. Butzel
and vocational training through-
RECORD SALE CONTINUES . .. HURRY
Memorial Building.
$54.90
out 7 t. ehlev world
n
These records not ayailable
The victory dinner is scheduled
U iversity-Technion Joint
WHILE SUPPLY LASTS • anywhere at this price!!
?Maintenance Appeal - Supports
for May 8.
University,
,
o
Jerusalem.
te
the Hebrew
i ei sra
Institute
George
George M. Zeltzer, chairman, and
Cantorial, Yiddish Folk Songs and Comical Records.
source of Israel's
logy, Haifa . .
and N. Brewster Broder, co-chair- SCc
te itiOn/M npsrofessionals and trained
man of the real estate and building
United HIAS Service - Assists
trades division, have called a vol- Jewish migrants in moving to
Israel where
unteer workers rally for 10 a.m. countries other than freedom
and
they can find
Sunday, in the Great Hall at North- security.
Provides temporary care
helps
in
arrival,
and
shelter
on
land Inn. Progress reports and
ultimate integration into local
further assignments will be made. life
(such as
The medical physicians section Other Overseas Agencies
)rica-Israel Cultural Founda-
and the osteopathic physicians sec- 4
tz7Onfie
DI 1-0569 or DI 1-3268
13535 W. 7 Mile at Schaefer
Um" of the professional division
$57.07
Open
Saturday
Night,
All
Day
Sunday
have joined forces to stage a vic-

Volunteers in the Allied Jewish
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund
stepped up their solicitations this
'week to try to bring in a record-
breaking sum for the first cam-
paign report luncheon meeting to-
day.
Upon the reporting of $7,040,000
at the opening dinner, .March 20,
the campaign chairmen, Alfred L.
Deutsch and Maxwell Jospey,
urged that "volunteers keep up the
pace that has been set by pre-
campaign activity."
"Ten ; thousand people have al-
ready been solicited but the re-
maining 15,000 must be contacted

ORENSTEIN'S

PRE-PASSOVER SALE

SEDER SALT
WATER DISHES

KIDDUSH CUP "KOS SHEL ELIYOHU"

"RAISED" MATZO TRAY

49

BORENSTEIN'S

BOOK and MUSIC STORE

DETROIT SERVICES
Building Development (Agencies) $ 5.36

Normal Traffic Resumes
With West Bank, Jordan

JERUSALEM (JTA) - C o m -
merical traffic and the two way
movement of visitors between the
West Bank and Jordan was back
to normal after a brief halt that
followed Israel's military action
against terrorist bases in Jordan
March 14.
An estimated 3,000 persons cross-
ed the Allenby Bridge near Jericho
Sunday, among them East Bank
residents returning from visits to
the West Bank and West Bank
residents who were visiting in
Jordan when the military action
began.
Traffic actually resumed on Fri-
day, only hours after Israeli troops
returned to their bases, but it was
limited to a few trucks loaded with
produce.
The volume rose on Saturday
when several hundred trucks cross-
ed in each direction and Jordan-
ians and West Bank residents ex-
changed visits.

Just as the world cannot be
without winds, so cannot the world
be without Jews.-Aboda Zara 10



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