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October 30, 1970 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-30

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Fishman, Shaye to Head '71 AJCampaign;
Re-Elect Schwartz Federation President

Meyer M. Fishman and Maxwell
M. Shaye are chairmen of the 1971
Allied Jewish Campaign-Israel
Emergency Fund-
The announcement was made by
Alan E. Schwartz, president of the
Jewish Welfare Federation, who
stated: "We are facing the great-
est challenge and financial respon-
sibility that the Detroit Jewish
community has ever had. We are
rhareed with the survival of Is-
rael's People. In selecting Mr. Fish-
man and Mr. Shaye to bead this
monumental effort, we are choos-
ing two of our outstanding leaders.
These men have helped bring the
Allied Jewish Campaign to its
present high level through their
years of fund-raising effort. Our
community is looking to them to
lead it in the largest campaign
Detroit has ever seen."

Fislunan Is president of Star
Steel and Sapp y. Company,
Sesthbeid. He began lds work in
the Allied Jewish Campaign in
the real estate and building divi-
sion and was its Pre-campaign•
chairman -ir 1963.

400 per cent more than in 1967 1
Israel's citizens bear the heaviest
taxes in the world, which can pro-
duce only enough to cover defense
costs with precious little left over
for other minimum needs.
"This 1971 Campaign year is con-
sidered so critical that the State of
Israel has taken the unprecedented
step of asking all Israel-based or-
ganizations to stop or limit all
fund-raising for the year 1971.
"World Jewry is asked to assume
the entire respon•ihnity_uut just
part—of taking care of the 50,000
immigrants expected this year
from Eastern Europe, France,
Iran and dozens of other countries
as well as the tens of thousands
of, former refugees who still need
help. With almost nothing available
from Israel taxes, we will have to
take care of the home front"
Fishman and Shaye went on to
say that the amount needed from
American Jews in 1971 will be-dou-
ble the amount raised in 1970, and
they declared: "Doubling our giv-
ing may begin to mean a sacrifice
to some of us. So be it. To all of
us in these most critical days of
LsTael; their 'Survival (requires
sacrificial giving).' "
The 1971 Allied Jewish Campaign-
Israel Emergency Fund will raise
money for the support of humani-
tarian services locally and na-
tionally as well as overseas and in
Israel There are 16 Detroit agen-
cies and services which will bene-
fit from the drive. They include:
Fresh Air Society, Jewish Commu-
nity Council, Jewish Community).
Center, Jewish Home for Aged,
Jewish Vocational Service-Commu-
nity Workshop, Sinai Hospital and
the United Hebrew Schools.

Continuing •his efforts on behalf
of world Jewry, he served on the
overall campaign cabinet in 1967
and 1968 and as pre-campaign
chairman in 1969. During last
year's record-breaking drive he
held the position of associate cam-
paign chairman. Fishman serves
on the Federation committee on
capital needs and as a director of
Camp Tamarack, Jewish Home for
the Aged and Detroit Service
Group.
Shaye, chairman of the board
of Grosse Pointe Quality Food
Company, was chairman of the
trades and professions divisions
of the Allied Jewish Campaign
from 1263. In 1966 he was co-
chairman of Pre -aamPaign and
served as its chairman in 1967
and 1968. Working as associate
Alan E. Schwartz was elected
chairman during the past two
president of the Jewish Welfare
&mania fund-raising drives, he
Federation of Detroit for a second
was instrumental in their out- term at a board of governors meet-
come.
ing last week when all officers
Shaye's commitment to his com- were re-elected. Mandell L. Ber-
munity extends into many areas. man, Maxwell Jospey and Stanley
He is a past president of the De- J. Winkelman were renamed vice•
troit Service Group and served the presidents. William Avrunin was
Jewish Family and Children's re-elected secretary and Erwin S.
Service as president for four years. Simon, treasurer.
He is presently a director of the
Newly elected to the executive
Jewish Welfare Federation, Fresh committee were Irwin Green,
Air Society and Detroit Service Judge Lawrence Gubow, Joseph H.
Group.
Jackier and Milton J. Miller. Those
Fishman and Shaye recently returned to the committee were
joined other American Jewish Martin E. Citrin, Samuel Frankel,
leaders on a special mission to Mrs. Harry L. Jones and Richard
Israel. In a letter they released Sloan.
upon their return they stated:
Max M. Fisher is honorary chair-
"In 1971 Israel's defense will cost man of the executive committee of
Federation, and Judge Theodore
Levin is an honorary member.
C0fAMERCUU. MORTGAGES
Ronald L. Greenberg was ap-
AVAILABLE
Formammt & Construction Loans
pointed chairman of the health and
for Office Buildings, Shopping
welfare division of Federation to
Cantors, Apartments, Mobil* Homo
replace Dr. Peter G. Shifrin who
Parks, Industrial Buildings.
Equity Funds
is retiring after heading the largest
selected Real Estate Investments
division of Federation for four
Standard Equity Corp.
years.
1.1 4,14411
Reappointed were Irving Rose,

• • •

Schwartz Re-Elected
for a Second Term



chairman of the committee on capi-
tal needs; Max J. Pincus, chair-
man of the community relations
division, and George M. Zeltzer,
chairman of the education divisipn.
Members of the executive com-
mittee by virtue of their offices
are Hyman Safran, immediate
past president of Federation; Paul
Broder, president of the Detroit
Service Group; Paul Zuckerman,
president of United Jewish Chari-
ties, and Mrs. Max Mailman, presi-
dent of the Federation's Women's
Division.
The nominating committee was
chaired by Irwin L Cohn, with
Irwin Green, Max M. Shaye, Mrs.
Max Stoilman and George M.
Zeltxer as committee members.
• • •
Mrs. Maxwell Lapides received
the Sylvia Simon Greenberg Young
Leadership Award and Joel D.
Tauber was the recipient of the
Frank A. Wetsman Leadership
Award at the meeting of the Fed
eration board of governors. Both
recipients received a grant to at-
tend the general assembly of the
Council of Jewish Welfare Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds in Kansas
City, Mo., November 11-15. The
honors are conferred on the two
outstanding young people of the
community for their demonstrated
leadership ability.

Israel Denies Allon Met
Russian; Rumor Persists

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Rumors
that Israel Vice Premier Yigal
Allon met secretly in Switzerland
with a high-ranking Russian per-
sonality are being officially denied
by an Israel government spokes-
man.
However political circles are con-
vinced that such an encounter took
place, despite the official denials.
In some quarters it is felt that
Israel cannot afford to ignore an
opportunity for dialogue between
Jerusalem and Moscow.

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6-41161, October 30, 1970

A Meeting Is Scheduled for Montefiore Lodge

Montefiore Lodge will meet 8 evening will be Mesdames Max
p.m. Nov. 3 at Whitehall commu- Neuman, Harry Brod and Fred
nity club house. Hostesses for the Gross.

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE
CONCERNING TIN ISRAEL
HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN or
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Mr. Morris Lieberman, Chairman of the Israel Histadrut
Campaign of Metropolitan Detroit, states that there has
been no change whatsoever in the status of the Israel
Histadrut Campaign. HISTADRUT, the General Federa-
tion of Labor in Israel, has urged its friends and sup-
porters in the U.S.A. to speed up its 1970/71 campaign
and to help raise the unprecedentd sums needed by Is-
rael and HISTADRUT. The campaign will continue to
devote its main efforts toward developing and activating
affirmative support for the economic, social, and welfare
objectives of the people of Israel under the institutions
of freedom and democracy.

SCHEDULE OF MAJOR CAMPAIGN EVENTS

November 4 1970
Wednesday, P.M.

LEADERSHIP
MEETING

Raleigh Neese
25300 Telegraph Rd.

December 3, 1970
Thursday, PM. .

CAMPAIGN
OPENING

Cong. Weal Mesh*
14390 W. 10 Mile Rd.
Oak Park, McMillen

Southfield, Michigan

December 13, 1970 ORGANIZATIONS
BREAKFAST
Sunday, A.M.

Jewish Community
Center, 18100 Meyers

December 26, 1970
Sunday, AIL

Cong. Beth liillel
FIRST REPORT
MEETING (Breakfast) 19371 Greenfield

January 5, 1971
Tuesday Afternoon

PIONEER WOMEN
TEA

Workmen's Circle
Bldg.,I8340 W. 7 ?file

Jewish Commanity
January 10, 1971 SECOND REPORT
MEETING (Breakfast) Center, 18100 Meyers
Sunday, A.M.

January 27, 1971
Wednesday, P.M.

YIDDISH CULTURAL Jewish Community
Center, 18100 Meyers
MEETING

ISRAEL HISTADRUT CAMPAIGN
OF METROPOLITAN DETROIT

Tel. No 541-7040

12701 WEST TEN MILE RD.

OAK PARK, MAC& 48237

ANNUAL

HISTADRUT LEADERSHIP DINNER

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th

Raleigh House, Southfield
Cocktails 6:30 p.m. - Dinner 7:00 p.m.

Guest of Honor

DON'T PLAN
your trip to ISRAEL

AMOS EIRAN

until you see what
NISTADRUT offers you.

Labor Attache
Embassy of Israel
Washington, D.C.

NEW LOW COST TOURS FOR FALL & WINTER

Write or visit Histadrut Tours:

12701 West Ten Mile Rd., Oak Park, Mich. 48237
call 541-7040.

Of

HISTADRUT: tke People Who Built

Israel—Est.

1920

To get top value for your travel dollar
be sure to call

541-7040

For Reservations, Call 541-7040

Israel Histadrut Campaign of Metropolitan Detroit
Harry Schumer, Honorary Chairman—Morris Lieberman, Campaign Chairman

HISTADRUT - TOURS

NEW ADDRESS: 12701 W. 10 MILE RD., OAK PARK

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