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June 09, 1961 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-09

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Sinai Hospital Holds Annual Alumni. Day

League of Jewish Women Presents
MUMFORD
Mildred Rosenberg Youth Awards ,U
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S By SIM SHAPIRO

AT THE 34TH ANNUAL INSTALLATION of officers of
the League of Jewish Women's Organizations, the Mildred
Simons Rosenberg Youth Awards were presented to the out-
standing young men and women in the community. Pictured
(from left) are Michael Stulberg, winner of the Silver Kiddush
Cup as the outstanding ybung man; Robert Carson, runner-up;
Mrs. Harry L. Jackson, chairman of the Youth Awards; Judy
Siegel, runner-up; Marcia Segall, Nancy Stein, certificates of
nomination; and Roslyn Friedlander, runner-up. Not shown are '
Barbara Linden, winner of the Silver Menorah as the out-
standing young woman, and Arella Barley, Allan Gould, Sandra
Rubin, Michael Saywitz and Sheldon Starman, who received
certificates of- nomination. Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Danto were -
donors of this year's awards in honor of Mrs. Danto's 60th
birthday.

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'Between You

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(Copyright 1961,
Jewish Telegraphic -Agency, Inc.)

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Commencement exercises for
more than 650 June graduates
will be held in the Mumford
auditorium June 21, at two pro-
grams.
Speaking for the seniors at
the first ceremony will be Linda
Cole and Ben Craine. Repre-
senting the seniors . in the see-
ond will be Barbara Linden
and Allyn Lite.
Other dates of interest on
senior callendar
Monday, 'h o n
June 19, an
light Mem
At 7:
a.m.,
Stude
Counci
the
ditional 's
brea ast.
paigning
co cil, the can da
th
drive with
ral Wednesday.
ions
we
held yesterda
unning
for
esident
posed was
Marty
e Rozzie Lul-
love also ran unopposed for
vice-president.
Today at 3:30, the faculty will
try to prolong its athletic su-
premacy over the students as
they face the student council
in a replay of the once post-
poned softball game.
As the athletic season draws
to -a close, Mumford continues
to reap awards. Led by Mike
Burnley and Louis Williams,
both double winners, the track
team swept to the East Side
track championship, amassing
136.1 points as they scored in
12 of 13 events.
In tennis Mumford was well
on its way to its third straight
City League Championship. The
golf team, stronger as the sea-
son progressed, went out after
the championship Tuesday. The
baseball team finished its "Sea-
son with a 4-5 won-lost record.

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The Alumni Association of
Sinai Hospital has announced its
annual program will be held on
June 21.
. Dr. William Dameshek; profes-
sor of medicine at Tufts Univer-
sity School of Medicine in Boston
and senior physician and c
hematology, Pratt Cid
ew En-
gland Center Hos
, will
the guest speaker
the scientific
program at the Sinai Hospital
Annual Alumni ay.
The progra
will
presentation of cient
of the House St f at
the Main Lect e Ri
hospital.
Judging the pa
Nicholas Gimbel, as-
es-
sor of surgery, Wayne State .Uni-
versity Medical School, as well
as Dr. Dameshek. All interested
physicians are invited to attend
the House Staff presentation as
11 as Dameshek's le cture,
o - Immune Disorders," be-
g at 11 a.m.,

An evening social program
sponsored by the alumni will be
held at the Tam-O-Shanter Coun-
try Club.

Polevaulter THOMAS SEGAL,
a student at Western Michigan
Uni Kalamazoo, has
as an eligible
certifi
candidate for the sixth U.S.
Maccabiah Ga s Team, it was
announced b Fred Schmertz,
chairmalar o the U.S. Macca-
committee. T h e
be held Aug, 29-
Tel Aviv.

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Eichmann Echoes
The anti-Semitic groups in the United States.are—as could
be expected—exploiting the Eichmann trial for anti-Jewish propa-
ganda .. . Their publications are. conducting -an all-out campaign
to counteract the grim impression that the testimony at the Jeru
salem trial has made on Americans . . . They are intensifying
their campaign against the ratification by the U.S. Senate of the
UN Genocide Convention which outlaws such mass-murder of
people as was carried out by the Nazis , .. They have formed an
"Adolph Eichmann Trial Facts Committee" which gives its
address as Post Office Box 783, Birmingham,- Ala. . . . Especially
active in the "counter-attack against the Jew propaganda Eich-
mann Trial" is the racist National State Party in the
spending
Its organ, Thunderbolt, claims that "the Jews are
EN S. CHINITZ has been
millions for nothing" in conducting the Eichmann ial . . . The
inted by the Detroit Board
trial in Jerusalem, the anti-Semitic organ claim constitutes a
ducation to be principal of
"plot" to secure the worldwide ratification o the Genocide
y High School.
is country,
Convention . . . Some of the anti-Semitic leaders
the contorted
like Gerald L. K. Smith, go even as far as taki
position that Eichmann is Jewish . . . Sfnith's o an, New Le
DAVE
of i tell' •
says that "there is a substantial number of pe
who believe that Eichmann is a Jew and is e ng
of the most fraudulent propaganda campaigns nown to sty
MUSIC IS THE
neo-
. . . National Renaissance Bulletin, organ of t
BRIDE'S BEST FRIEND
This is our Everyday
zed
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A. , Madole, advises readers to study the "hate-
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tria
by Jewish leaders with regard to the Eichma
necessity for ratification of the Genocide Conve
well's slogan on the Eichmann trial is "We Like
few followers are parading with placards carryi
STIC FURNITURE
wherever they have an opportunity to do so.
COVERS
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or READY MADE
The Jewish Front
ALL ANNA KARBAL - :
The campaign to solicit new members c
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ducted by the American Jewish League Agai
meeting with opposition on the part of in
Jewish organizations known to be opposed to
These organizations, which are active in figh
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cultural, religious and other discriminations agar
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Soviet Union, point out that throughout the Lea
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—since 1948—no other Jewish group has cooperated with it . .
Their view is that combatting Communism is one of the respon- *
sibilities of all American Jewish organizations, especially the *
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groups engaged in fighting for equal rights . .. They claim that *
the very existence of a separate organization like the League *
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suggests that this duty is -being neglected . . . They emphasize
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first time :
of Bnai Brith, Jewish Labor Committee—to mention' but a few—
have been far better equipped to combat Communism and have * summer o, a new p se
carried on a much larger and more effective program against
Communism, than the American Jewish League Against Com- *
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which is now soliciting membership through the mails, was
founded 13 years ago with Alfred Kohlberg as its president and
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Rabbi Benjamin Schultz as its executive director . . . For lack
of funds the League terminated Rabbi Schultz's position last * LAUN
year . . . He became rabbi in Gastonia, N.C. and is no longer
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associated professionally with the League.
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