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January 30, 1970 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-01-30

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THE DETROIT' nitittleiirivt
8—Friday, January 30, 1970

Honigman, Schiff
Head Two Allied
Drive Di visions

increased plea for Support from the
Jews of the world, you may be sure
that the Jews of Detroit will re-
spond with increased gifts. We can

rs. ow, an and ayi n C to Be ear
Feb. 11 at Black Tie Campaign Event d u s

s b r 3 1 e s

v

1:tal o„10,350,000

Maxwell Jospey, chairman of the
In Detroit, Mrs. Bert J. Siris,
Guests at the annual black tie
IF YOU TURN ml
pre-campaign dinner of the Allie d 1970 chairman of the United Jewish drive, said that "in view of the
Daniel M. Honigman and Samuel Jewish Campaign-Israel Emergency Appeal of Greater New York, will
Schiff will lead their divisions in Fund, on Feb. 11 at Cong. Shaarey make a plea to those attending
UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
OUR NEW ADDRESS
the 1970 Allied Jewish Campaign- , Zedek, will view the first Telstar the dinner to join the Jews of
FIND A FINER WINK THAN
25435 SOUTHFIELD RD.
Israel Emergency Fund for a sec presentation filmed in Israel espe- the rest of the country in seeing to
Southfield
ond year, Paul Broder, chairman cially for American audiences.
it that more money is raised this
of trades and professions, an- !
Jules Fayne
year than ever before for the
Prime Minister Golda Meir will people of Israel:
PHOTOGRAPHERS
nounced.
report
from
the
Beit
Shean
Valley
3P2.8930
Honigman, chairman of the in-
Minimum contribution for the
dustrial and automotive division, which is bearing the brunt of daily black-tie
affair
is
$1,000.
The
cost
shellings
and
will
comment
on
until this year has been in the
mechanical trades division but be- the need of the people for assist- is $25 per couple or $15 for an
cause of the changing make-up of , ance in spite of their heroic individual.
the firms within the division, mem- bravery in remaining in their , Campaign leaders are hosts for
homes and trying to maintain a the reception at 6:30 p.m. prior
bers decided on a name change.
Schiff heads the arts and crafts normal manner of life. She will to dinner at 7:30. They are Mandell
division consisting of publishers, I speak of the children under three ! L. Berman, Louis Berry, Louis C.
years of age who sleep nightly Blumberg, Abraham and Paul Bor-
in underground shelters to be safe man, Irwin I. Cohn, Alfred L.
from Arab mortars and rockets. 1 Deutsch, Sol Eisenberg, Max Fish-
General Moshe Dayan, minister er, Meyer M. Fishman, Samuel
of defense, speaks from the Suez Frankel, Irwin Green, Warren D.
Canal fortifications where gallant Greenstone, Lewis S. Grossman,
stubborn Israeli soldiers keep the Louis and Samuel Hamburger, Ar-
thur Howard, Maxwell Jospey, Bar-
Egyptians at bay.
If the tradition of including the Jewish
Abba Eban will be seen at Sharm ney L. Keywell, Edward C. Levy,
El Sheikh in the south of Israel Milton J. Miller, David S. Mondry,
National .Fund in the Will of every Jew were
! where armed forces are ever alert Hyman Safran, Alan E. Schwartz,
invariably followed, sufficient resources would
Max M. Shaye, Abe Shiffman,
to dangers of sudden attack.
be accumulated to ensure the future of the
The three Israeli leaders will Erwin S. Simon, Richard Sloan,
Honigman
Schiff
make special appeals to audiences Max and Phillip Stollman, A. Al-
young Jewish State on a sound basis of land
printers, photographers, florists gathered throughout the United . fred Taubman, Harold S. Victor,
development, social welfare, and justice.
Jack
J.
Wainger,
Stanley
J.
Winkle-
States for aid in maintaining the
and others in skilled crafts.
In addition to his work on the social welfare programs of Israel. , man and Paul Zuckerman.
annual fund raising drive, Honig-
A bequest to the Jewish National Fund
man, board chairman of the Van
a Blue Box

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SMALL BEQUESTS

BUILD A

STRONG ISRAEL

should be as traditional as having
in one's home.

Dresser Corp., serves as a direc-
tor of the Detroit Service Group
and is a past president of the jun-
ior division of the Jewish Welfare
Federation.
Schiff, publisher of Indiistrial
Machinery News, is presently a
memher of the community rela-
tions division of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation.
Jay W. Allen, Robert Kasle,
Joseph H. Pearlman and Philip

You may want your bequest to be dedi-
cated to afforestation, to a village, a Wach/ah,
to a children's play area, to perpetual yahrzeit
or kaddish, or to some form of permanent
tribute in the names of persons dear to you.

T. Warren will serve as asso-
ciate chairman of the industrial
and automotive division.

Other appointments in the arts

and crafts division are Stanley T.

Burkoff. Leonard R. Frenkel and
I. William Sherr as associate
chairmen.
The work of the campaign con-
tinues with several meetings plan-
ned for the corning week.
The solicitation workers of the
junior division will meet Sunday,
at Whitehall Apartments, to hear
reports from N. Brewster Broder
and the division chairman. Stan-
ley Frankel, on their recent visits
to Israel.
The Arts and Crafts Division
will hold its biennial election meet-
ing at a brunch at the Jewish Cen-
ter. 10:30 a.m.. Sunday.
The pre-campaign cabinet meets
at the Jewish Center. 10 a.m., Sun-
day.
The Jewelry Section of the mer-
cantile division will meet at the
home of David Frank, 8:15 p.m.,
Monday.
The junior division women's spe-
cial gifts section will see a fash-
ion show 8:45 p.m. Wednesday at
Claire Pearone in the Somerset
Mall, Troy.

Life

Life is a hospital, in which every
patient is possessed by the desire
of changing his bed. One would
prefer to suffer near the fire, and
another is certain he would get
well if he were by the window.

—Charles Baudelaire

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Kibutz parent tucks in this child in an underground shelter at one
of the beleaguered kibutzim in the Bet Shean valley. All Bet Shean
valley children under the age of 3 sleep in shelters every night in
order to be safe from Arab rocket and mortar attacks.

Emergency Campaign

Begun With Increases

JERUSALEM—Large

increases
in contributions to Israel for the
1970 Emergency Campaign were
pledged at the Keren Hayesod Con-
ference for Europe held in Brus-
sels. it was reported by Dr. Israel
Goldstein, chairman of the Keren
Hayesod.
Of the 240 delegates from 17
countries attending the conference,

27 from five of the leading coun-
tries launched their campaigns on
the spot with personal pledges ex-
ceeding $707,000, thus marking an
increase of 45 per cent over their
contributions during the record Six-
! Day War.
S. J Kreutner, director general
of Keren Hayesod, who represent-
ed the Keren Hayesod at the con-
ference, predicted that this re-
' sponse will help the campaign ap-
proach the record $150,000,000
raised in 1967 in the 54 countries
where Keren Hayesod operates.
The conference also heard a de-
tailed report on Israel's future wel-
fare needs from Dr. Joseph Ben
Or, deputy director general of the
ministry of social welfare and a
summary of plans for the forthcom-
ing Keren Hayesod 50th anniver-
sary celebrations this summer from
Yitzhak Rogow, head of Keren
Hayesod's information department.

Life is a series of relapses and
recoveries.
—George Ade

Consult the Foundation for Jewish
National Fund, 22100 Greenfield, 399-0820.
They will gladly co-operate with you in work-
ing out plans to meet your special require-
ments, in strict privacy without obligation or
expense to you, legal or otherwise.

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