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June 30, 1961 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-06-30

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Union Purchases of Israel Bonds
Detroit Bond
UAW Purchases
Launched by Reuther Testimonial Leaders to Attend $100,000 in
Parley in Israel Israel Bonds

The "Labor Man of the Dec-
ade" testimonial dinner for
Walter P. Reuther, at which
unions bought more than $150,-
000 in Israel Bonds, will be the
kickoff for Israel Bonds sales
action by UAW locals.
The UAW International an-
nounced an initial purchase of
$100,000 in Israel Bonds.
Among Israel Bond purchases
announced by other unions . in
honor of Reuther, were: $16,000
by the Amalgamated Meat Cut-
ters and Butchers Workmen of
North Amerita; $10,000 by the
United -Confectionery Workers,
Local 30; and an initial $10,000
purchase by the Retail Clerks

International' Association. There
were also a number of other pur-
chases by unions.
Reuther, president of the UAW
and vice president of the AFL-
CIO, was presented with a
plaque by the guest speaker Am-
bassador Michael Comay, Israel's
permanent representative to the
United Nations. The map of Is-
rael was etched on the plaque.
Reuther was honored by the State
of Israel through . the Detroit
Israel Bond Committee. Rabbi
Moris Adler was the toastmaster.

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'Rabbi Silver's Views
Disputed by Detroiter;
Court Action Deplored

Rabbi Joseph Elias, in a state-
ment to The Jewish News, chal-
lenged the use of Rabbi Eliezer
Silver's _name in defense of the
opening of the Jewish Center's
facilities on Saturdays.
Rabbi Elias maintains that Rab-
bi Silver had approved of Sab-
bath programming provided it was
supervised by a special "Mashgi-
ach." He calls the use of Rabbi
Silver's name in the present De-
troit situation "gross intellectual
dishonesty." His statement fol-
lows:

It seems gross intellectual
dishonesty to use Rabbi Eliezer
Silver's name in defense of
something which he never per-
mitted.
Rabbi Silver approved Sab-
bath programMing upon strin-
gent conditions to be super-
vised and enforced by a spe-
cial "Mashgiach." These condi-
tions, I understand, cannot and
will not be observed in our
local center. How, then, can ad-
vocates of Sabbath program-
ming use Rabbi Silver's name?
I myself, in line with the
Union of Orthodox Rabbis and
the Rabbinical Council Of Amer-
ica, utterly disagree with Rabbi
Silver. I believe that setting
conditions on Sabbath, program-
ming is completely unrealistic.
But let those who do not want
to sail under Rabbi Silver's
flag, at least do so in toto.

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Israel's Sabra Car
on Canadian Market

MONTREAL, (JTA) — Israeli
Sabra automobiles are now being-
sold .in Canada. Thirty of the cars
were unloaded here Monday.

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CHICAGO, .(JTA)—A $2,352,-
000 campaign for direct annual
contributions to the Jewish Fed-
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ISRAEL'S UN AMBASSADOR Michael Comay (left) is shown
presenting Walter P. Reuther, president of the UAW and vice
president of the AFL-CIO, with the "Labor Man of the Decade"
award. Israel honored Reuther at a testimonial dinner in the
Masonic Temple on June 21 through • the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee. The map of Israel is etched on the plaque.

A delegation from Detroit will
take part in -a conference in
Israel July 25 - Aug. 3 which
will consider a program of
economic expansion to absorb • a
population increase of 500,000 in
Israel over the next five years.
The announcement was made
by Tom Borman, general chair-
man of the Detroit Israel Bond
Committee.
The delegates will include Mrs.
Theodore Bargman, Philip Stoll-
man, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schu-
mer, Rose Lewis and Mr. and
Mrs. Louis E. Levitan.
They will attend a national
leaders conference of the Israel
Bond Organization, to meet in
Israel at the invitation of Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion and
Finance Minister Levi Eshkol.
The sessions will mark the begin-
ning of the second decade of
Israel Bonds, which have pro-
vided a total of $500,000,000 for
Israel's economic development
since 1951.

Chicago Federation
Seeks $2,352,000

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

THOMAS F. MEEKER

Assistant Manager

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