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March 24, 1961 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-03-24

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Detroit Women at Bond Conference

Motor Aide Presents
Awards to 4 in Area

Four area residents were
presented service awards at the
annual meeting of Motor Aide,
a Torch Drive agency, held re-
cently at Harper Hospital.
They are Mrs. Louise Baum of
Fairfield Ave., 10-year award;
Mrs. Golda Hartz of Northlawn
Ave., 10-year award; Israel
Burnstein of Washburn Ave.,
for 170 hours; and Mrs. Julius
Gilbert of Arden Park, hon-
orable mention for more than
50 hours of driving time.
Motor Aide provides the con-
•u• •••
Detroit women took an active . part in the national in- nected link between people who
augural Israel Bond conference- at Miami Beach, where a - need transportation to hospitals
total of $18,465,000 in Israel Bonds was sold. Among Detroit- and clinics and people who
ers at the parley were, from the left: Mesdames Philip Hell- give their time to make it possi-
man, Detroit Israel Bond Women's Division honorary chairman; ble for th,pm to get there. More
Joseph Katchke, co-chairman, Detroit Women's Division; Jan drivers are needed. For in-
Peerce of New York, president, National Women's Division; formation, call TE 1-1600.
Theodore Bargman, Detroit Bond Women's honorary chair-
man, and Abe Josephson, a leading Detroit Israel Bond

Name Winkelman for,Re-Election
as Head of Community Council

Stanley J. Winkelman was tion of the Council of Lands-
nominated for a second term as manshaften Organizations were
president of the Jewish Com- also reported upon.
The council's prograrriming
munity Council at the delegate
assembly at Temple Israel last service, under the direction of
week. The report of the nomi-- the culture commission, ar-
nating committee was submitted ranged approximately 150 pro-
by Judge Victor Baum, chair- grams for member organiia-
tions and for non-Jewish groups
- Other candidates for council within the last two months. In
office, nominated for re-election, addition, the regular weekly
were: vice presidents, Rabbi schedule of radio and TV pro-
Morris Adler, Dr. Samuel Krohn grams has been maintained, it
and Louis Rosenzweig; secre- was reported.
tary, I. Pokempner; treasurer,
The delegates were told of
Lawrence Gubow.
the council's community rela-
The following were presented tions committee's part in the
as candidates' for the executive proposed re-structuring of the
committee: Mrs. Samuel Aaron, City of Detroit Commission on
Morris Lieberman, Walter Ber- Community Relations. A state-
low, Samuel' J. Rhodes, Mrs. ment affirming the council's
Philip Bernstein, Mrs. Albert opposition to discrimination on
Rosenblum, James I. Ellmann, the basis of race, color or creed
David I. Rosin, Dr. Leon Fram, in the rental or sale of property
Mrs: David J. Schachter, Sidney was affirmed by the assembly.
J. Karbel, Sol Schwartz, Dr.
Klein commented upon the
Shmarya Kleinman, Sidney M. pending humane slaughter bill.
Shevitz, Rabbi Mordecai Hal- Amendments which were of-
pern, Meyer Silverman, Irving fered and accepted by the
S. Cane, Dr. Jacob Goldman, Sol proponents of the measure re-
Kurtzman, Mrs. Oscar Schwartz move the fear that kosher
and George M. Zeltzer.
ritual slaughter may have been
Additional nominations may jeopardized by the enactment
be made by petitions which of the measure.
must carry the signatures of
Manheim Shapiro, who spoke
five delegates, and the candi- at the program portion of the
date must himself be a delegate assembly on "A Profile of the
who has indicated his willing- American Jewish Community,"
ness to serve if elected. Dead- pictured the differing status of
line date for the filing of peti- American Jews today as com-
tions is March 30.
pared with that of a generation
Delegates approved a series ago.
of amendments to the council
The delegates were guests of
constitution, increasing the the S'isterhood of Temple Israel
membership of the executive at a social hour at which host-
committee from 42 to 48
were: Mesdames Al Pad-
A report presented
rnest Golombia, Charles
Klein, council ex
stein, Bertha Braman
tor, highlighted
rice Shepherd.
ties in the el
since the last
to assembly.
The inte
f the coun
ttlieb Defense
elations co
Anti-Defamation League
tee in t
selling p tic
local k
ted that the Michigan Civil.
r retail
was d
e Commission institute
ed, and
ings regarding the dismissal
e of t
e a • opted
Symond R. Gottlieb from his
part of
lers. Th
sition as hospital facilities di-
lotion of
mes ochim an the reactiva- ector of the Michigan Depart-
ment of Health.
• Sol I. Litttnan, Michigan ADL
Kt 3HER! PAREVra! regional director, pointed out in,
Deli 'tins Croyden 11, Jse a letter that the Civil Service
Commission had issued an order
reinstating Gottlieb on March 8,
after finding that Gottlieb had
INSTANT MIX given full cooperation to his su-
True home-made periors and other division heads,
flavor! A teaspoon was well qualified for the work
makes a cupful ! Just he had undertaken and had sat-
add boiling water. isfactorily performed his tasks.
Now you can enjoy a The Civil Service Commission
kosher, pareve soup concluded that there was evi-
with your milchidige dence of prejudicial statements
regarding Gottlieb's descent or
ADL pointed out that two days
after his reinstatement, Gottlieb
was again dismissed. On behalf
Distributed by
of ADL, Littman stated his con-
Greenfield Noodle & Specialty viction that prejudicial attitudes
regarding descent or religion was
at the crux of Gottlieb's dismis-
600 Custer Ave., Detroit
Blue Ribbon Foods•Sufferin, N. Y.


Son Presses Father into Service

Alan K. Jackson, 30-year-old
founder of International Re-
search Consultants, Inc., head-
quartered in Geneva, Switzer-
land, will leave his Detroit
branch operation in good hands
when he returns to Geneva after
addressing the Detroit Technion
Society Wednesday at the Jew-
ish Center.
His branch manager is his
father, Harry L. Jackson, 70, of
12750 Borgman, Huntington
The senior Jackson, a retired
director of Employe Savings
and Investment Plans at Gen-
eral Motors Corporation, an-
swered his son's call when the
new organization began a year
-IRC, according to Alan, is the
only company which assists in

getting European countries to
undertake research, develop
ment and engineering programs
for American manufacturers. It
also locates new products, en-
gineering talent, materials and
components in - -E u r ope for
American firms.
In a nutshell, explains the
father, he sends information on
a problem facing a company
here to his son who finds the
best talent in Europe to solve it.
The proposed solution is re-
turned to the senior Jackson
wha presents it to the distressed
Before establishing IRC, Alan
was editor in Geneva of a Euro-
pean journal for American busi-
ness firms in Europe, a position
he took after serving in the
U. S. Air Force.


in the spirit and

tradition of the

Passover .

A Complete

Selection of Fine

Choose from fa



Elite and


of both

for the


d Nuts, from


Available a e following Food Fairs:


at Eight Mile Road


at Eight Mile Road


at W. McNichols Rd.


East of Grand River


at Evergreen


• r -s.- • ....


at 101/2 Mile Road


at Inkster Road


at San Juan


at Dexter Blvd.

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