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March 06, 1970 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-03-06

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Allied Jewish Campaign to Open March 25;
Divisions Intensify Preparatory Efforts

Addressing the group will be Dr.
William Lippy, consultant on medi-
cal services to Israel, and member
I Wiliam Greenberg, John Nemon
of the United Jewish Appeal leader-
and Martin Taylor are associate
; ship cabinet.
chairmen of the division.
Section leaders include Dr. Lloyd
The engineers and scientists
J. Paul, Dr. Robert Ruskin and Dr.
section of the professional divi-
Martin Trotsky, co-charmen of the
sion will have its annual brunch medical physicians, and Dr. Saul
9:30 a.m. Sunday at Rascal
M. Shapiro and Dr. Louis Soverin-
H ouse, according to Dr. Erwin sky, co-chairmen of the osteopathic
Eichen, chairman.
physicians.
The film, "We Hear You, Is-
The arts and crafts division
Pre-campaign meetings sched- rael!" which was originally trans- will meet 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at
uled for this week are:
mitted to the United States via I Rascal House, Samuel Schiff,
At 10 a.m. Sunday, the real Telstar with Prime Minister Golda chairman, announced. Members
will see the movie, "We Hear
estate and builders division will i Meir, Foreign Minister Abba Eban,
meet after a gourmet brunch at and General Moshe Dayan discuss- You, Israel!" and hear Sol
ing
the
current
conditions
in
Israel,
Drachler, assistant director of
Knollwood Country Club, under
the leadership of N. Brewster will be shown.
the Jewish Welfare Federation,

With the official opening of the
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund scheduled for
March 25, the efforts of campaign
leadership to complete their pre-
campaign meetings are intensify-
ing.
The opening dinner will be held
in the Shiffman Hall of the Jewish
Center, 7 p.m. March 25. The re-
ception begins at 6:15 p.m. The
campaign runs to May 6.

Broder, chairman.

Irving Seligman is co-chairman
of the real estate and building
trades division. Edgar M. Fenton,
Sidney Kaye, Alfred W. Keats and
Jack Shenkman are associate chair-
men. William Bonin, Milford Ne-
mer and Graham A. Orley are pre.
campaign chairmen.
Alan Nathtan, chairman of the
metropolitan division, has an- I
nounced the division's kick-off
meeting, 10:30 a.m. Sunday in
room 202 of the Jewish Center.
Breakfast will be served at 10 a.m.
The speaker will be Rabbi Milton
Arm who recently toured Israel as

W

part of the United Jewish Appeal's
' rabbinical mission.

Toby Citrin, who has been a
member of an "Operation Israel"
mission and was a delegate in June
to the "Conference on Human
Needs in Israel," will speak.
Dr. Henry Brown and Julius Har-
wood are advisors to the section.
At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, the annual
physicians dinner for husbands and
wives will be held in the social
hall of Temple Emanu-El, Oak
Park, it was announced by Dr.
Milton H. Goldrath, chairman of
the medical physicians section, and
Dr. Jack W. Pearl, chairman of the
osteopathic section. The reception
is at 6:45 p.m.

speak on his recent visit to Israel
as part of a UJA "Operation Is-
rael" mission,

Stanley T. Burkoff, Leonard R.
Frenkel and I. William Sherr are
associate chairmen of the division.
Wednesday, the food division will
have its annual dinner at Shaarey
Zedek, it has been reported by
Harvey L. Weisberg, chairman.
The reception begins at 6 p.m. and
dinner will be served at '7.
Brig. Gen. Shaul Rosolio of the
Israel defense forces, will speak.
Gen. Rosolio commands the areas
of the old city of Jerusalem, Allen-
by Bridge, Hebron and Bethlehem.
Born in Tel Aviv, he joined Ha-
*
*
.
gana as a school boy messenger
and rose through the ranks to be
here the Campaign Action Is come its chief instrurior. He was
in charge of security at the Eich-
man trial.
Morton Feigenson, Sol G. Kurtz-
man and Irvin Meckler are co-
chairmen of the Food Division.
Peter B. Copeland and George D.
Hell are pre-campaign chairmen.
Thursday, the junior division will
sponsor a men's special gifts cock- I

1st-Day Cover Notes
Berlin Book Exposition

WASHINGTON — Bnai Brith is
offering a special first-day West
German -stamp cover commemor-
ating a 1970 book exposition con-
ducted by its lodge in Berlin.
Issued Feb. 2, the cover in-
cludes a stylized blue menora and
a statement in German reading:
"Book Exposition ... Berlin Lodge,
Bnai Brith . . . Works of Jewish
Authors in the German Language."
The stamp of famed 19th Century
Jewish violinist Joseph Joachim
bears a cancellation mark show-
ing a menora and Star of David.
Covers may be obtained from
the Bnai Brith Philatelic Sub-
scription Service, 1640 Rhode Is-
land, N.W., Washington, D.C.
20036.

At the annual attorneys' section meeting, held traditionally on
Washington's Birthday, lawyers raised their pledges almost 30 per
cent over their gifts last year to the Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund. In the top photo are (from left) Barry Yaker,
section co-chairman; Robert M. Warren, co-chairman; Dr. Arieh
Plotkin, speaker; Joel G. Jacob, chairman; and Erwin C. Ziegelman,
associate chairman.
Relaxing during the women's division Phonogift briefing meeting,
as 300 volunteers get ready for the 1970 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund, are officers who have arranged the massive
fund-raising effort (from left) Mrs. Robert S. Dunsky, executive vice
chairman of Phonogift; Mrs. Mitchell Mandeberg, co-chairman; Mrs.
Oscar U. Band, chairman; Mrs. Lewis S. Grossman, adviser of
workers briefing; and Mrs. N. Brewster Broder, chairman of workers

briefing.
Members of the services division of the Allied Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund heard Dr. Arieh L. Plotkin, authority on interna-
tional law, during the division's fund-raising event at the Standard-
City Club. Shown (from left) are: Sol Colton, co-chairman of the
division; Dr. Plotkin; Robert A. Steinberg, chairman; Mel Shulevitz,
chairman of the sponsors committee; and Paul Broder, chairman of
trades and professions divisions for the campaign.

' tail party at 7:30 p.m. in Stouffer's pass even the spectacular success
Restaurant, Southfield, it was an- of 1969 which saw $10,350,000 raised
, nounced by Michael Maddin, spe- in the Detroit Metropolitan area.
cial gifts chairman.
Guest speaker will be Brig. Gen.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Rosolio.
6—Friday, March 6, 1970
I Other section officers include
'Robert Rubin and Henry Wineman,
Spectacles
III, co-chairmen, and Harvey A.

Brode, Barry Goldman, Stuart
Goldstein, Paul Grant, Edward
Lumberg, Richard J. Maddin and
Robert Rosenberg, associate chair-
' men. Stanley D. Frankel is junior

division president.
On March 13, the campaign
cabinet will meet noon in the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial Build-
ing, 163 Madison.

March 15 will be the annual
brunch of • the social services sec-
tion of the professional division at

10:30 a.m. in Greenfields Restau-
rant, Oak Park, according to Eu-
gene Jaffe, chairman.
Alan E. Schwartz, president of
the Federation, will bring the group
up to date on the current needs
being met by the campaign.
Maxwell Jospey, chairman of the
1970 campaign, reports that with
the well-run pre-campaign activi-
ties to date, there is every indica-
tion that this year's drive will sur-

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