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January 27, 1961 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-01-27

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THE DETRO IT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, itnua ry 27, 1961 —

Bressler Speaks
at ZOD Victory
Dinner on Feb. 14

The fifth annual Balfour vic-
tory dinner of the Zionist Or-
ganization of Detroit, to be held
Feb. 14 at the Holiday Manor,
will be addressed by Max Bres-
sler, national president of the
Zionist Organization of America,
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, presi-
dent of the ZOD announced.
Bressler re-
cently return-
ed from Israel
as head of the
ZOA delega-
tion to the
World Zionist
Congress, at
which he was
elected a mem-
ber of the
World Zionist
Actions Com-
mittee.
Sherman
Shapiro, chair-
man of the
Balfour con-
cert, which
presented t h e
Bressler Israel. Philhar-
harmonic Orchestra last Novem-
ber, appointed the following din-
ner committee: Mmes. Ira G.
Kaufman, L--Walter Silver, Sher-
man Shapiro, Sanford A. Bennett
and Alex Friedlaender.
For reservations call the Zion-
ist House, 10424 W. McNichols,
DI 1-8540.

Bressler Expects No
Mass Aliyah from West

NEW YORK — Max Bressler,
president of the Zionist Organi-
zation of America, upon his re-
turn from the sessions of the
World Zionist Congress in Jeru-
salem, asserted that "it was the
consensus of the Congress that
insofar as immigration into Is-
rael from the West is concerned,
no mass immigration is to be
expected." He added that "in the
words of Premier David Ben
Gurion—which we regret were
misconstrued here—the Congress
aimed at the encouragement of
young Jews from all over the
free world in a spirit of Amer-
ican pioneering to help in the
upbuilding of the young and
democratic State of Israel."
Bressler further reported that
"while the Congress attempted
to stimulate Western aliyah (set-
tlement) . . . its resolutions on
this question implied not even
permanent mass settlement on
the part of American Jews but
a year or two of pioneering ac-
tivities by enterprising youth to
help build the country."
In his address, Bressler denied
categorically the reports pub-
lished in this country of an al-
leged "political" alliance of the
Zionist Organization of America
with the General Zionist party
of Israel.

U.S. Presents Check
for Museum in Israel

JERUSALEM, (JTA)—Trans-
mittal of a check for more than
1,000,000 pounds ($560,000) for
Israel's future national museum
was the last official act of out-
going United States Ambassador
Ogden Reid, Jr.
, The funds came from counter-
part 'funds of the United States
Information Media Guaranty
Program. The check was pre-
sented to Jerusalem Mayor Mor-
dechai Ish-Shalom at the site
where the museum will be erect-
ed in the southwestern part of
Jerusalem over-looking a plan-
ned national park between a
residential section and the new
Hebrew University campus.
The amount is about one-third
of the total sum needed to com-
plete the museum which will
house the art treasures of the
Bezalel Museum and include
the sculpture garden containing
showman Billy Rose's contro-
versial collection.

At Dedication of U.F. Building

Council Planning Dubnow Tribute

Delegates of 160 Jewish Com- ducted by a sub-c o m m i t t e e
munity Council affiliated or- headed by David I. Berris.
ganizations participated' in the
The activities of the Com-
Council delegate assembly munity Relations Committee, in
Jan. 19. Stanley J. Winkelman, connection with housing dis-
:ouncil president, presided.
crimination and the current
Under the direction of the police-community relations
culture commission, the Coun- problems, were detailed in the
cil presented 128 locally pro- report.
duced TV and radio programs
The program portion of the
since June 1, according to his assembly, dealing with the sub-
report. The Council also carried ject "Is There a Jewish Ap-
on a range of program activities proach to Prejudice?", was mod-
in cooperation with affiliated crated by Mrs. Samuel Linden.
organizations and with non- Participating with her were Mrs.
Je wish organizations in the
aron, Erwin Ellman
community.
and Cha s Goldstein.
ial hour, the dele-
ming
At a
A highlight of for
e guests of the
s W
planning, it was a
uxiliary of the
of the cen- Women's
be a comme
brew Schools. Host-
e • irth of Simon United
tennial o
Mesdames Jacob J.
th • ewish historian esses
Dubno
elro Benjamin J. Davidson,
as liquidated by the Nazis,
wh
eyer inkel, Theodore Isaacs,
e held Feb. 26 at the Jew-
t
Kapetansky and Bert
at
Center and will be ad
an.
Br
y Prof. Salo Baron.
It was report
t's easy to take the Treasury's
ternal rel • ns
advice and buy U.S. Savings
ey
ted a
cently c
Bonds. More than 20,000 banks
ice in Det
kosher mea
in and other financial institutions
with pric
as comp •
ents. sell them; more than twice that
e r establis
non-k
tatives I many business and industrial
ith repr
Meetings
Meat Cut- I companies offer them on the
of the Kosher Ret
e
being
con- payroll saving& plan.
ters Associatio

atched
For Delicious Flavor!

As vice-president of the United Foundation, Max M. Fisher (left)
joined Benson Ford, board chairman, and 250 members of the
board of directors and advisory board and the Detroit Common
Council for last week's dedication ceremonies of the new U.F.
headquarters. The six story Woodward Avenue building, now
"home" to the 54-man U.F. staff and several Torch Drive agencies,
and $455,000.00 for remodeling, were donated to the U.F. by the
Kresge Foundation.

Mothers' March

of Dimes Sunday

"Please Say Yes to the March
of Dimes" is the 1961 slogan.
Were a new slogan needed for
the annual Mothers' March, to be
held throughout Wayne County
on Sunday, 2 to 4 p.m., it could
appropriately be "A Good Day
For A Good Deed".
Approximately 40,000 volunteer
mothers (and some fathers sub-
stituting for their wives who

Mothers' March volunteers during
the afternoon, Sunday, in the
hope that it will help unlock
the mystery surrounding crippling
diseases.
Anne Campbell Stark is Wayne
County's chairman for the
Mothers' March.

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David Moss Named
Director of State's
Drugs, Drug Stores

Pharmacist David M. Moss,
18253 Cherrylawn, has been
apointed Michigan Director of
Drugs and Drug Stores by the
Michigan Board of Pharmacy.
He had been appointed by
Gov. G. Mennen Williams to
serve on the board for 11 years
and is a past president of the
Detroit Retail Druggist s'
Association.

A man proves he has no
character by attacking that of
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