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November 08, 1974 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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Berman Re-Elected Federation President



II∎ fandell L. Berman has
been re-elected president of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion for a third term. The
election of Federation officers
and Executive Committee
members was held at a board
of governors meeting on Oct.
29 in the Fred • M. Butzel
Memorial Building.
Also re-elected to their cur-
rent offices were Martin E.
Citrin, Samuel Frankel, and
Maxwell Jospey, vice presi-
dents, and William Avrunin,
secretary.
George M. Zeltzer was elec-
ted a Federation vice presi-
dent and Irwin Green was
elected treasurer.
New -• members of Federa-
ion's executive committee
.are Thomas I. Klein, Mrs.
Philip R. Marcuse, Mrs. Max
Stollman, and_stanley J. Win-
kelman.
Louis Berry, Stanley A.

nold Faudman, Judge Law-
rence Gubow, David Handle-
man, Mrs. Merle Harris, Ar-
thur, Howard, Alan E.
Schwartz and Julian Tobias.
Max M. Fisher is honorary
chairman of the Federation
executive committee, a n d
Paul Zuckerman is an honor-
ary 'committee member.
Nominations for the above
sitions were presented to
the Federation board by the
1974 Nominating Committee
headed. by Hyman Safran.
Other members are Mrs. N.
Brewster Broder, ThOthas I.
Klein, Erwin S. Simon, .and
Bruce E. Thal.

MANDEL L. BERMAN

Frankel, Hyman, Safran, and
Edwin S. Simon were re-'
elected to the executive com-
mittee for the coming year. ,
Other executive committee
members' by ,virtue of office
are Alfred L. Deutsch, Ar-

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s.

Emergency Drive
Called by Dinitz

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Students Call Strike

BUDAPEST (JTA) — Ed-
NATANYA — The 2,000
ward Ginsberg, chairman of students at ORT Natanya
the Joint Distribution Com- called a one - day strike to
mittee, has ended a visit of prOtest the lack -
air raid
several days here during
which he discussed problems
facing Hungarian Jews with
WE KEEP PRICES DOWN!
Geza Seifert, chairman of the
Hungarian Jewish commun-
ity, and other local Jewish
leaders.
He also met with the Hun- __WI CAN FIT ou SIZES 610 44
garian secretary of state for
church affairs. Ginsberg was
accompanied by Samuel Hab- 154 SOUTH WOODWARD NR. MAPLE
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YOU'LL GET A HEAD WITH ED!

Friday, Nov. 8, 1974-5

shelters in the school com-
plex. A municipality spokes-
man said that neither the
city nor the ORT network
had been able to afford build-
ing shelters.

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Milwaukee Sees Rise in Nazi
Activity Near Local High Schools

MILWAUKEE— Increased
activity by Nazi party unit
here has resulted in a police
investigation and a , court-
imposed restriction on the
party's recruitment at local
high schools.
Police 'noticed the increase
in Nazi activity about -three
weeks ago as two men 'in
Nazi uniforms - picketed a
local high school which has
a half black and half White
population and as ' recently
suffered much racial tension.
Swastikas were painted on
the outside of the school and
uniformed men passed out
racist literature. Scho-ol offi-
cials protested the actions,
and reported fights breaking
out at the school with both
blaCk and white students as
victims.
As a result, "a court order
was issued pfohibiting the
Nazis from distributing lit-
erature within 200 feet of
a school and forcing- the
group to inform the police of
any intention to 'hand out
-
literature.
Following an investigation
by the city -attorney's office,
two members of the group,
officially named the Milwau-
kee National Socialist White
People's party, were charged
with diprderly conduct.
The two, Anthony_ C.
Schmitt and' Rick Prohaska,
were said
to have been in-
,

JDC Head Visits
'Hungarian Jews

volved when violence oc-
curred at another high school.
The - group recently an-,
nounced plans to organize
white pupils against blacks in
high schools here and said
that "crews of storm troop-
ers" would appear at the
schools,
Officials say they have no
estimate on the group's
membership.

Israel Cuts Loans;
BankS, Borrowers
Hurt by InflaTion

TEL 'AVIV (ZINS) — De-
spite the galloping inflation
which has swept the coimtry,
businesses are finding it in
creasingly difficult to stay
liquid.
Government regulations
limit credits available frOm
commercial banks and com-
pel would-be borrowers to
seek private sources.
These private lenders, how-
ever, demand interest rates
as high as 33 per cent per
annum, together with a bank
guarantee for repayment of
the principal. Hardest hit are
the importers and builders,
who are finding it difficult
to meet their financial obli-
gations.

-

1974 Oil Revenues
May Hit $74 Billion

NEW YORK (ZINS)—A ta-
ble published by the Kuwaiti
Chamber of Commerce show-
ed that oil revenues for the
Middle East nations in 1974
will reach $74 billion and by
1985 will rise to $211--billion,
According to a report is-
sued by the Chase Manhattan
Bank of New York, the net
profits of the'30 largest inter-
national oil companies in the
first half of 1974 increased by
93 per cent over the last half
of 1973. The total profit was
estimated at $8.9 billion. The
bank also reported that con-
sumption of oil in the non-
Communist world declined
this year by about 7 per cent
due to the quadrupling of oil
prices.

WASHINGTON — Assert-
ing that on the economic as
well as the political front Is-
rael now faces the most cru-
cial challenge in its history,
Ambassador Simha Dinitz
called on the Israel - Bond
Organization to put its drive
on an emergency basis.
The ambassador, at a re-
cent Israel Bond cabinet
session, declared that Israel
is now engaged in another
, war of independence in the
international arena ,of—poli-
tics.
In calling for wider ac-
tivity in the sale of Israel
Bonds, Dinitz emphasized
that in the days ahead Israel
. THE BITE
will need large-scale invest-
It may appear that the
ment aid to create jobs for
world is growing smaller, but
an increased flow of
gration froM the S o v.i e t it takes more tax money to
run it.
Union.

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