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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-11

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Dr. Sidney Leib
Heads Local Drive
for ZOA Members

Dr. Sidney Z. Leib was appoint-
ed a member of the national "Com-
mittee of One Hundred Twenty
Five." composed of Zionist lead-
ers whose purpose is to increase
the membership strength of the
Zionist Organization of America.
Arnold R. Ginsburg of Phila-
delphia, ZOA national membership
chairman, appointed Carmi M.
Slomovitz, a past president of the
Zionist Organization of Detroit and
the Detroit Zionist Federation, as
national vice chairman.
Dr. Leib is vice pres i dent and
membership chairman of the ZOD
and treasurer of the Detroit Zion-
ist Federation.
Dr. Leib said he will call upon
the leaders of the J?w'sh commu-
nity to join the Zioni ,:t Organiza-
tion of America. "Many friends
of Israel and faithful Jews will
follow their example, thus enabl-
ing us to promote in the metro-
politan Detroit area a deeper un-
derstanding of the value of the
democratic state of Israel, for the
free world in general and Ameri-
can interests in particular,•' Dr.
Leib said.
Dr. Joel I. Hamburger is presi-
dent of the Zionist Organization of
Detroit.

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Services, Arts and Crafts Division Organized

Sol R. Colton is chairman of the
Services-Arts and Crafts Division
of
e 1972 Allied JewishCam-
paign-Israel
Emergency
Fund.
Samuel Frankel, campaign chair-
man, has announced.

Sander Levin Due
at Landsmanshaft
JNF Testimonial

Former state senator Sander
Levin will be guest speaker at
the Metropolitan Detroit Lands-
manshaften testimonial to Probate
Court Judge Ira G. Kaufman 8:15
p.m. March 1 at Cong. Bnai Moshe.
The tribute to Judge Kaufman
will be the fea-
ture item at the
annual Purim
celebration o f
the Landsman-
shaften for Jew-
ish National
Fund, at which
time all the so-
cieties will an-
nounce the estab-
lishment of the
Levin Judge Ira G. and
Lillian Kaufman Wood in the John
F. Kennedy Peace Forest in Israel.
Levin. a member of the State
Senate for a number of years,
gained the position of Senate
minority leader. He also was a
member of the Oakland County
Board of Suprvisors and served
as Democratic state chairman.
Levin was voted the most effec-
tive freshman senator in a poll of
the Lansing Press Corps in 1965.
He was unsuccessful Democratic
candidate for governor in 1970.
Abe Dishell, chairman of the
Lands-manshaften Committee for
Jewish National Fund, announced
that Max Sosin will he toastmaster.
Cantor Louis Klein of Cong.
Bnai Moshe and Cantor Hyman
Adler of Cong. Bnai David, accom-
panied by Cantor Shalom Kalb of
Cong. Beth Moses, will offer secu-
lar liturgical renditions.
Refreshments will be served.
Admission is by nominal dona-
tion. Friends are invited.

Dr. Julien Priver Named

to State Advisory Board

Colton will serve as the first ish Welfare Federation and also is
chairman of the restructured divi- on the boards of Detroit Service
Group, Jewish Vocational Service-
sion which now in-F
coroprates insur-'
Community Workshop and Jewish
a n c e, finance
Home for Aged.
personal services
Sherwood Colburn. Joseph Gar-
advertising, print .
son and Alan E. Luckoff will serve
ing, photography
as co-chairmen.
a n d publishing
Colburn is former state insur-
personnel. T w o
ance commissioner and active in
divisions were
the campaign for several years.
combined to
Garson is a director of the Fresh
strengthen t h f
Air Society. Federation Apart-
program for ob-
ments
and is a member of the
Colton
taining additional
workers and r aising maximum health and welfare division of
Federation.
funds, Colton said.
Luckoff is a director of Detroit
Colton, chairman of the Service Service Group, and Fresh Air So-
Division in 1971, is a member of ciety and a member of the health
the board of governors of the Jew- and welfare division.
Associate chairmen of the divi-
sion are James M. August, Irving
Laker, Robert L. Siegel, Carmi
Slomovitz and Charles G. Stone.
We plan to fulfill this year's
campaign theme of 'Keep the
Promise.' Colton said.

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Feature: Phil Blazer provides
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Woman Leaves Israel,
Citing 'Religions Bias'

BONN (JTA)—A West German
court has granted political asyltim
to Mrs. Dora Czczesna, a non :Jew-
ish former resident of Israel who
came here with her 14-year-old son
allegedly to escape discrimination
and harassment in Israel.
Mrs. Czczesna, 41, is a Russian
Christian who recently divorced
her Polish Jewish husband.
She told the court that she had
suffered "serious religious dis-
crimination" in Israel, was unable
to find work thie because of her
religion and that after her divorce
she found herself homeless and
penniless.
The woman said that her son
was unable to find a place in a
normal Jewish school in Israel.
She said further that het son was
frequently beaten by Jewish chil-
dren, and that the police refused
to take action or even to investi-
gate her charges.

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