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June 26, 1970 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-06-26

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24—Friday, June 26, 1970

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

N. Brewster Broder New President
of The Jewish Community Center

ization, also is a member of the
board of governors of the Jewish
Welfare Federation, vice president
of Michigan United Fund, vice

N. Brewster Broder was elected
the new president of the Jewish
Community. Center at the board of
directors meeting June 17.
Broder, a native Detroiter, grad-
uated from Michigan State Univer-
sity. His father, H. C. Broder was
president of the Center from 1944-
47.
Broder currently president of
the Detroit United Service Organ-

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president of Midwest Region of the
National Jewish Welfare Board,
board member of the Traveler's
Aid Society and chairman of the
Real Estate Building Trades Divi-
sion of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
Broder, of Cambridge Ave., Pleas-
ant Ridge, is married to the former
Ruth Kahn and is the father of 4
children.
Other newly elected Center offi-
cers are the following: vice presi-
dents, Martin E. Citrin, Hugh W.
Greenberg, Joseph H. Jackier and
Mrs. Harry L. Jackson; secretary,
Mrs. Arthur I. Gould, treasurer,
Julian S. Tobias and members at
large, Mrs. David Handleman,
Morris Wolok and Mrs. Seymour
Rowe. George D. Keil, former
president, will now be chairman
of the executive committee.
Members of the nominating com-
mittee were Charles H. Gershen-
son, chairman; Mrs. Harry L.
Jackson, Louis LaMed, Samuel
Linden, Mrs. Seymour Rowe and
George D. Keil, ex officio.

Jewish Candidates Head N.Y. Democratic Slate

NEW YORK (JTA) — Jewish
candidates dominated the Demo-
cratic state ticket this morning
following Tuesdays primary elec-
tion, in which only 2C: per cent of
the 3.6 million eligible voters par-
ticipated.
Four of the five nominees on
the state slate are Jewish, with
the fifth a Negro, and all live in
New York City or Westchester
county.
The ticket is headed by Arthur
J. Goldberg, former secretary of
labor, Supreme Court Justice and
ambassador to the UN, Goldberg,
who will be 62 on Aug. 8 is making
his first try for elective office.
The Chicago born diplomat was
the youngest of eight children
of Russian Jewish immigrants.
Goldberg, who voted at Temple
Emanu El, defeated Howard J.
Samuels, an upstate businessman
("Baggies") and former head of
the Small Business Administra-
tion.
Rep. Richard L. Ottinger, 31
year old Congressman of West-
chester and Putnam counties, is
the Democrat's Senatorial candi-
date.
Finishing second and third in the
four man race are Paul Odwyer,
brother of the late Mayor William
Odwyer and a long time pro
Israel activist, and Theodore C.

Dr., 31 rs. Sam Bufford
Honevmoon in Europe

Teamsters Ask
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tile exports are meeting heavy
competition in world markets, ac-
cording to Amos Ben-Gurion, direc-
tor of the largest Israel textile fac-
tory, "ATA." Ben-Gurion noted
that while an "ATA" garment re-
tails in Germany for about $4, the
Portuguese are offering a com-
pettive item that sells for less than
half. "ATA" yard goods, which
sell for $2.35 per meter, have to
compete with textiles offered by
other countries at a mere $1.15 per
meter. The price differential is
attributed to the much lower labor
costs prevailing in the newly-de-
veloped countries which makes
them so fiercely competitive. As a
result, "ATA's" exports have drop-
ped by approximately 35 per cent
within the last few months.

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Sorensen, former white house aide,
whose mother was Jewish.
Ottinger is the wealthy, nephew
of Albert Ottinger, unsuccessful
Republican opponent of Franklin
D. Roosevelt in the 1928 guber-
natorial election, and .a nephew
of State Supreme Court Justice
Nathan Ottinger.
Arthur Levitt, state controller
since 1954, was unopposed, as
usual, in the Democratic Primary.
He will be 70 on June 28.
The fifth man on the ticket is
State Senator Basil A. Paterson
of Harlem, a Roman Catholic and
president of the New Chapter of
the National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People.
On the Republican ticket, chosen
earlier and headed by Gov. Nelson
A. Rockefeller, there is one Jewish
nominee, Louis J. Lefkowitz, at-
torney general since 1957. He will
be 66 on July 3.
There are no Jews on the Con-
servative Party's state ticket. The

MRS. SA3lUEL BUFFORD

In a noon ceremnoy at Temple
Israel, Susan Linda Wainstock be-
came the bride of Dr. Samuel Buf-
ford. Rabbis Leon Fram, Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
After an extended European trip,
newlyweds will reside in Ann
Arbor.
Parents of the couple are Dr.
and Mrs. Michael Wainstock of
Wildemere Dr. and Mr. and Mrs.
John Bufford of Madison, Ga.
The bride wore a gown of silk
organza with applique of Alencon
lace and seed pearls.
Elizabeth Wainstock, sister of
the bride, served as maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Dr. Karen Lin-
denberg and Janice Gebell.
Dr. David Creighton served as
best man with Roger Bufford,
Ronald Harwith and Arthur Lin-
denberg as ushers.

130,000 Israelis Travel
Abroad During 1970
TEL AVIV (ZINS)—Despite re-
strictions on the export of hard
currency by Israelis, the number
of Israelis travelling to Europe and
other continents in the current year
has not diminished, according to a
report filed in Ha-aretz. That would
mean there will once again be ap-
proximately 130,000 Israelis travel-
ing abroad for their holidays. Pre-
viously it was announced by the
finance ministry that in 1969 Is-
raelis traveling abroad spent more
dollars in foreign countries than
did tourists coming to Israel. It
was for that reason that the gov-
ernment reduced the amount of
dollars that Israelis were entitled
to take abroad from $500 to $250
per traveler.

Five local Teamster Unions this
week sent telegrams to President
Nixon requesting the delivery of
Phantom Jets and other weapons
to Israel.
Isaac Litwak, president of Laun-
dry and Linen Drivers Local
Union 285, also made known an
urgent request to the President
for aid to Israel by Frank E. Fitz-
simmons, general vice president of
International Brotherhood of Team-
sters.
Fitzsimmons told the President
that the cause of freedom is sup-
ported by aid to Israel and that
it is in the best interest of the
United States.

Liberal Party lineup consists of
Goldberg, Paterson, Lefkowitz, Le-
vitt and Republican Sen. Charles
E. Goodell.
Rep. Learond Farbstein, 76 yeai.
old and a 14 year congressman,
was defeated in the Democratic
primary in Manhattan's 19th dis-
trict by Mrs. Bella Abzug, a Jew-
ish lawyer and activist in the anti
war and women's liberation move-
ments.
Mrs. Abzug, who is in her 40s,
is a first time political aspirant.
One of her most vocal partisans
was Barbara Streisand.
Rep. James H. Scheuer defeated
Rep. Jacob H. Gilbert for the
Democratic designation in the re-
apportioned 22nd Congressional
District of the Bronx.
Democratic Rep. Edward I.
Koch, a one term Congressman
who has been a leader in the anti
war movement, was renominated
in Manhattan's 17th Congressional
District.
In the Republican congressional
primary Tuesday, Rep. Ogden R.
Reid, a former ambassador to
Israel, was renominated and will
run in November for a fifth term.

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