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May 20, 1960 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-05-20

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vision Program on Pettura .
Pointe Realtors Ordered to Drop 'Point' System
An order frOm State Attorney ' Adams listed four violations. incorporating the concept of
Protested by Montreal Ukrainians General
Paul' Adams giving These included a statement that

non-discriminatory open oc-
MONTREAL, (JTA) — About Ukrainian Jews suffered atro- Grosse Pointe real estate the screening system goes cupancy into the housing laws
800 Ukrainians picketed the of- cious pogroms in which many dealers 30 days in which to against state laws on discrimina- of the state.
Rees of the government-owned thousands were annihilated. discard their controversial tion in public accommodation
The action was a condemna-
Canadian Broadcasting Corpor- Schwartzbard was tried on a "point screening" system went and fair employment practices, tion of the Grosse Pointe as-
ation here, protesting against a murder charge in Paris in 1926, into effect this week.
and that restrictive covenants sociations which have been in-
television program on the and acquitted when the court
The action was taken after being illegal in the state and volved in "systematic discrimi-
French-language network, deal- accepted the facts of the Pet- several weeks of testimony by nation, the state cannot charter nation against individuals solely
ing with the trial of Sholom lura-directed pogroms as the members of the Grosse Pointe a corporation which violates because of their religion, creed,
Schwartzbard, a Jew who shot motive for Petlura's death.
Property Owners Association, these principles.
color or national origin."
the Ukrainian leader Simon Pet-
The television series, being detectives hired by the associa-
The two other points were
In a pulpit mesage on the
lura in France, in 1926.
broadcast every Tuesday night tion to investigate potential technicalities involving issuance "point" system, Dr. Leon Fram,
Petlura was president of the by CBC, was denounced by the Pointe home-owners and others of stock and distribution of of Temple Israel, warned that
short-lived Ukrainian Republic, Ukrainian pickets as "inaccu- who were sent subpoenas to assets charged against Grosse Grosse Pointe dealers "are try-
which he set up in fighting the rate" and as an "insult" to the testify in hearings here and in Pointe Properties, Inc.
ing to create a community of
new Bolshevik regime in Rus- 500,000 Ukrainians living in Lansing.
The executive board of the men, women and children who
sia, in 1917. During his rule, Canada. Placards carried by the
The hearings had shown that Metropolitan Detroit Branch, will look with suspicion on any
pickets demanded the immedi- home owners required 50 points American Civil Liberties Union, color not their own, upon any
ate firing of the CBC men re- to qualify as Pointe residents, this week called on the Michi- creed not their own, upon any
sponsible for the broadcasts. A except in the case of Poles who gan Legislature to adopt re- language or accent not their
seven-man delegation of the needed 55 points, Italians, 65 medial legislation aimed at own.
pickets met, during the demon- points, and Jews, 85 point s.
stration, with J. J. Trudeau, Negroes and Orientals could
CBC director of information, not score any points, and not
who promised to relay their allowed as residents.
grievance to CBC president Al-
The order to discard the
phonse Ouimet, at Ottawa.
The pickets wound up their screening system came in a
demonstration by parading to statement prepared by Adams
the Cenotaph here which, they and Lawrence Gubow, Corpora-
said, "commemorates our na- tion and Securities Commis-
tional hero, Petlura, as well as sioner:
Both the Property Owners
the Ukrainian soldiers of two
Association and the Grosse
world wars."
The Canadian Broadcasting Pointe Brokers Association were
Corporation Tuesday refused ordered to desist from "any
to bow to d e in ands of cooperative effort to engage in
Ukrainians that it withdraw the screening process or to
interchange any screening in-
the television program.
formation."
In parliament Monday at
Gubow placed a stop order on
Ottawa, Minister of. Revenues
George Nowland not only the sale or trading of stock in
denied the Ukrainian claims, another firm, Grosse Pointe
but said also that he is in- Properties, Inc., formed, accord-
vestigating a report that K. ing to Adams, to buy a specific
Rohowsky, secretary of the Grosse Pointe home to prevent
Dr. IRVING POSNER (left)
Canadian Ukrainian Commit. its being sold to "undesirables."
receives the congratulations of
It appeared that the Grosse
tee here, admitted he was
MILFORD R. PREGERSON,
Pointe organizations this week
backed
by
relatives
of
the
president of the Jewish Fam-
were prepared to fight the
late Gen. Petlura.
• BAR MITZVAH • WEDDING
ily and Children's Service,
Alphonse Ouimet, head of order, although Adams pledged
after receiving an original
• GRADUATION • ANNIVERSARY
the
use
of
every
possible
means
sculpture by artist Morris CBC, in announcing that the TV to outlaw the screening process.
AND ANY MEMORABLE OCCASION
Brose and a citation from the program will not be cancelled,
The Grosse Pointe associa-
United Community Services as denied a claim by the Ukrain-
Visit With the Lattin's at
"Volunteer of the Week." ians who said the film had been tions, which maintain that their
The presentation was made banned in France. On the con- screening program is legal, de-
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at the annual JFCS -Resettle- trary, he said, the film had been manded that they be shown
R . 131
131
NDA W. NINE MI ICL HE GR
ROAD
ment Service annual meeting. made for the television program legal cause to abandon the point
A
O AN
Thurs.,
Fri., Sat. Till 9
of Radiodiffusion Francaise, the system.
20. M
* * *
In reply, Attorney General
Nathan Milstein, prominent Fr en c h government-owned
Detroit attorney, was re-elected broadcasting company. Ouimet
president of Resettlement Serv- said the program is based on
WWWW MOWM
..UW O
Mft i
ice, and a new board was elect- the records of the Schwartzbard
fti
ft 41, ft w
trial
and
"reconstructs
the
trial

ed by the Jewish Family and
as
it
took
place."
Children's Service at their com-
bined annual meeting last Sun-
day, at the Jewish Community Chicago Synagogues Study
Measures Against Vandals
Center.
an office worker explains:
CHICAGO, (JTA) — A com-
Other Resettlement Service
mittee
representing
22
Chicago
officers elected were Walter
Herz, vice-president; Mrs. Lewis North Side and adjacent sub-
Manning, secretary; and Sidney urban synagogues began a study
J. Karbel, treasurer. Re-elected of setting up a system of pri-
to three-year board terms were vate guards as a defense against
Mesdames Samuel Aaron, Abra- vandals who have despoiled
ham Cooper, Seymour Frank, eight synagogues during the
Lewis Manning and Philip Mar- past eight weeks.
The committee was organized
cuse.
at a meeting of 50 delegates
New three-year term board called together by Ezras Israel
a
members are Mrs. Torn Borman, congregation.
I
"At the American Savings branch
Erwin B. Ellmann, Philmore
The idea of installing private
near my office, the service is so
Leemon and Lee Shulman, and watchman service included con-
speedy that . . . even on my short
Mrs. Ira G. Kaufman was named sideration of the alternatives of
for a one-year board post.
e'aa'v lunch hour, I can get my check
each congregation hiring its
Re - elected for three - year
cashed, add to my savings—and
own guards or setting up a con-
terms on the board of JFCS gregational pool of volunteers.
still enjoy an unhurried lunch!
a
were Charles Gershenson, Harry
Naturally, I like the higher return,
L. Jackson, Mrs. Robert J. New-
really adds up. For my
Dedicate
School
in
Milan;
man and Mrs. Reuben Shapiro.

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The cornerstone for a new
three years, are Louis Crane
and Mesdames Victor J. Baum, Jewish school and center, which
Joseph Jackier, A. Joseph Selt- will be the largest in continen-
zer and Lawrence Seltzer. Rabbi tal Europe, was laid by Astorre
Sherwin T. Wine will serve a Mayer, president of the Jewish
one-year term.
Community of Milan, in the
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Ormai ho1/2,
Mrs. Robert Drews served as presence of city, government
chairman of the committee plan- and community dignitaries.
141 Savings inser•d to Si 0,000
With the participation of the
ning the annual meeting. Assist-
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Green, Archiel Harwith, Louis and the Conference on Jewish
Hinderstein, Leo Orecklin and Material Claims Against Ger-
A. Joseph Seltzer.
many, the community is erect-
ing a school for 1,000 children,
carrying them from the kinder-
IF YOU TURN THE
garten grades through high
school.

Re-Elect Milstein
to Head Agency
at Annual Parley

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Rabbi Adler to Address
Seminary Graduates

Rabbi Morris Adler will de-
liver the commencement ad-
dress of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America, in New
York, June 5.

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