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October 16, 1970 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-16

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Histadrut Drive Will Continue; Staff Release to UJA, Bonds Planned in 1971

The highlights of the annual
Histadrut conference, chaired by
Marris Lffshay, included a state-
ment by the campaign chairman.
Morris Lieberman, that: "There
hai been no change whatsoever in
the status of. the Israel Histadrut
Campaign. The campaign will con-
tinue to devote its main efforts to-
ward developing the activating af-
firmative support for the econom-
ic, social, and welfare objectives
of the people of Israel under the
institutions of freedom and democ-
racy."
Lieberman urged all Histadrut
volunteers to begin calling on their
contributors immediately in an ef-
fort to complete card solicitation
by the end of this year. Beginning
in January, if present plans pre-
vail, thak.Iiistadrut staff and the
Histadint.„iolunteers will be en-
listed fellhe two main community
drives Ili - behalf of Israel, the Al-
lied Jewish Campaign and Bonds
for Israel.
Louts Rosen, a member of the
steering committee of the cam-
paign'S executive board, present-
ed a resolution, which states:
As a result of the emergency
measures which are being adopt-
ed by the American Jewish com-
munity to raise the unprecedent-
ed amount of $1,000,000,000 for
Israel in 1971, we feel that a

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, October 16, 1970-3

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change of the campaign's leader-
ship at this crucial time would
be unwise.
"Those individuals who at pres-
ent comprise the leadership of our
campaign here are all experienced
and highly responsible individuals
who are deeply devoted to the
cause of Israel and Histadrut as
part of it. We feel that they
should be entrusted with the lead-
ership of the campaign for another
year, thus eliminating the neces-
sity of elections at this time."
Al Michaels, executive director,
reviewed the financial results of
the past year.
The campaign leadership for
1970-71 includes:

Harry Schumer, honorary chairman;
Morris Lieberman, campaign chairman:
Irving Pokempner, chairman, executive;
Norman Cottler, treasurer; Morris A.
Llfshay, financial secretary; Mrs. Har-
ry Mondry, secretary; vice-chairmen,
Mrs. Sam Fishman, Philip D. Goldstein.
Hyman Limits, Isaac Litwak, Abram
Medow, Mrs. Morris L. Schaver, William
Schumer and Sidney M. Shevitz; co-
chairmen of Farband division, Ben
Harold, Joseph Katz and Morritz Schub-
liter; co-chairmen of Poale Zion divis-
ion, Benjamin IL Lalkin, Jerry Mala-
mud and Isadore L. Shrodeck: chair-
man of the Pioneer Women division,
Mrs. Molly Silber:schen.
Co-chairmen of organizations, Sam
Kaufer, Louis Levine, Louis Nathanson
and Nathan P. Roasen; co-chairmen of
business and professional division, Dr.
Norman Drachier, Dr. Leon Fill, Eugene
Mondry, Moe Saslove, Bernard A. Schiff
and Samuel Schwartzberg; co-chairmen
of trade unions division, David Chaney,
Morris Coleman, Sam Fishman, Arthur

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Members of campaign council, Morris
Asher, Harry Basin, Samuel Belkin,
Albert Berke, Mrs. Bessie Berns, Alex
Berson, Paul Brickner, Sidney Brickner,
Morrie 'Brodsky, Max Broae. Isadore
Brown. Hymie Cutler, Mrs. Me Freed-
man, Ben Z. Freeman, Siovsas Goldof-
tag, Abe S. Gornbeln, Irving Green-
berg, Mrs. Irving Greenberg, Liable
Hoffmltz, Morris D. Kane, Mrs. Barnett
Katz, Harold Kempner, Pauline Liber-
son, Sam Liberson, Bernard Linderman,
Jack Malamud, Mrs. Michael Michlin,
Norman Nalmark.
Also, Larry Nichamin Harry Norber,
J. B. Ormond, Israel Pine, Oscar Rap-
paport, Mrs. Louis Redstone, Jacob
Resnick, Mrs. Julius Ring. Mrs. Arthur
Robbins, Louis Rosen, Ben Rubbiger,

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