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November 04, 1960 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1960-11-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Friday, November 4, 1960 — 34

Works of _Late Sir Jacob Epstein
Jews Cluster in Certain Fields
Go on Display at Garelick Gallery Because of Bias, Surveys Show;
To Garelick's Gallery goes
Universities, AJC Conduct Study
the distinction of having the

first showing in this country of
the works of the late Sir Jacob
Epstein since the passing of the
world famous sculptor and
artist a year ago.
The important exhibition will
commence this Sunday at Gare-
lick's Gallery, 20208 Livernois.
A reception for the first day's
guests will mark the formal
opening of the exhibition.
The exhibit will continue
through Nov. 30, and it is ex-
pected that visitors from all
parts of Michigan will come to
`KITTY, 1958'
the gallery to see the great
artist's works.
Many of the widely acclaimed
Included in' the collection works of the great artist will
is Epstein's last work, his be on view and will be on sale
bronze of his daughter. It is . during the exhibition.
Among the Epstein works
entitled "Kitty, 1958."
on exhibition at Garelick's
will be 14 bronzes and 22
drawings.
The bronzes include an Al-
bert Einstein bust lent by the
Ben Shwayders and five others
borrowed fro m the Charles
Feinbergs, the L. Rosenbaums,
the Moses Sayers and the Insti-
tute of Arts.
Some very distinctive works
are included among the im-
pressive drawings.

Young Zionist Districts
Hold Annual Convention

LATE SIR JACOB EPSTEIN

Bernard M. Rifkin, chairman of
the National Young Zionist Dis-
tricts of the Zionist Organization
of America, announced that the
fourth annual convention of the
organization will be held at the
Monsey Park Hotel, Spring Val-
ley, N. Y., Nov. 4 to 6, with
200 delegates from young Zion-
ist districts participating.

Oirth, Announcements

Oct. 30 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Platt (Michelle Tchor),
18411 Washburn, a daughter,
Anne.
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Oct. 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Robert S. Dunsky (Harriet R.
Meyers), 13148 Borgman, Hunt-
ington Woods, a son, Andrew
Alan.
* *
Oct. 24 — To Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Mark (Florine Gross-
berg), 1690 Strathcona, a
daughter, Lisa Ilene.

Oct. 22—To Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald Oberndorf (Shiela Kauf-
man) • of Kentucky Ave., a
daughter, Doreen Wendy.
* * *
Oct. 20—To Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
ald Feldman (Marlene Leider) of
Marlow Ave., Oak Park, a son,
Martin Howard.
* * *
Oct. 20 — To Mr. and Mrs.
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Two major institutions of
higher learning are initiating
long-range projects which will
probe the effect of discrimina-
tory practices on full utilization
of management manpower re-
sources in the United States.
The . studies are being . under-
taken by Harvard University
and the University of Michigan.
At the same time, the Atheri-
can Jewish Committee, a co-
operative participant in the
Harvard and Michigan projects,
made public the findings of a
study carried out at Cornell
University. The Cornell study
probed the occupational and
career choices of Protestant,
Catholic and Jewish students
at ten major American univer-
sities.
These studies were announced
in Dallas, Tex., by Dr. John
Slawson, executive vice-presi-
dent of the American Jewish
Committee, at the Committee's
National Executive Board Meet-
ing.
Dr. Slawson said that these
studies were undertaken be-
cause of the fact that "during
the past decade, management
personnel employment at 500
of the largest American corpo-
rations has increased by 45
cent. This is almost thr
mes
the ratio of all other
rsonnel
increases."
The projects
arvard
and Michigan
deal with
two opposite
ungs of the
managerial
der," Dr. SI
son said.
chi
tempt "t
oca e
the stro
within t or " ations,
Harvard
1
a-
e th
tion affe
ent
o the
organization.
Regarding th
dy,
Dr. Slaw
it dealt • h
the ca r ues of a nati
wide • m • of college studen,
at s ct niversities throug
out he au aws
re. ted
t I ifference"
es
of atholics,
and
Je
T
efore, the
ency for
Jews
1
certain fields
is a pro uc of outside restric-
tive pressures rather than of
their own choosing, he declared.
At the same time, Dr.
Slawson announced the find-
ings of an American
Committee spons I •

and Mrs. Law-
cherr),
, the
ich-

an Jews
ele to
Son to

JER ALE
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Presid
Izh
en-Zvi e n t
greetin
to the Shah
Iran.
on the
ion of the birth
the Shah's s
The greetings were inscribed
on a parchment scroll, along
with verses of the prophecy of
Cyrus from the book of Yesha-
yahu. The new heir will be
given the names of Reza and
Cyrus.
On Monday night, 60,000 Is-
raelis of Persian origin cele-
brated the birth of the Iranian
Crown Prince. Free drinks w
served by restauran
Persian origin.
Although no
al diplo-
matic relatio
exist between
Israel and
n, trade and cul-
tural re
ns between the two
count
are expanding. T
was
arked increase
nt
rel
ns after Na
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att s on th
inc ment c
rs-
ian eople t.
's week
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try of Agricul-
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raeli advisers.

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Jamaican Anniversaries

which shoWed that Jews con-
stitute less than one-half of
one per cent of the total ex-
ecutive personnel in leading
American industrial corn
-
ies.
. 1
He point
- about
eight per ent
the college-
trained
pulati
in this coun-
try is ewisb.
t a
na-
gerial taff are
o
aim
wholl from
nks • f
lege
aduat
The urvey re
d
many
these
am
ith
rosters o
em-
ployees ran
rom 1,00 to.
2,500 pe
s have fewer than
ten Je
exec ives. 0
pany
th a
get
r-
sonn
of 1,50
one
Jewis executive
a
Dr. Lawson
d that
tion
the s vey st •'
the
career
graduat•
arvard
Universe e School of
Business Administration. Out of
the same number of Jewish and
Christian graduates of this
school, the study reported that
Christian graduates had found
careers with the 150 largest
American corporations and fi-
nancial organizations by more
a 20 to 1 ratio over their
Jew'
classmates. The study
report
that this situation was
largely the product of bias
against ewish executive , job
ap
s.

The 1,400 Jews in Jamaica,
British West Indies, are cele-
brating a double event: the '75th
anniversary of the founding of •
their synagogue, and the 25th
year of the ministry of Rabbi
Henry Phillips Silverman.
The synagogue, with its school
for 80 pupils, is the central in-
itution of the 300-year old
munity.

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