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July 21, 1961 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-07-21

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Election of Jack Musick of
Detroit as president of Hiram
Walker Inc. has been announced
by Ross Corbit, vice-president in
charge of world-wide sales and
marketing for its parent com-
pany, Hiram Walker-Gooderham
& Worts Ltd. of Walkerville,
Can.
Hiram Walker Incorporated,
American marketing division of
the international distilling firm

JACK MUSICK

and one of the largest selling
organizations in the distilled bev-
erage industry, markets the fol-
lowing brands throughout the
United States: Canadian Club,
Imperial, 8-Year-Old. Walker's
DeLuxe and Ten High Bour-
bons, Walker's Gin, Cordials,
Cocktails, Vodka and Brandy.
A native of Chicago, Musick
started with • the company as a
salesman in that city and was
vice president and general sales
manager at the time of his elec-
tion. He attended Northwestern
University and served in the U.S.
Navy during World War II.
Musick, who was liquor in-
dustry chairman in Chicago for
the United Jewish Appeal, is a
member of Bnai Brith and the
Covenant Club of Chicago. He
is married and lives at 8120 E.
Jefferson.
National headquarters of Hi-
ram Walker Inc. is in Detroit.

Arrest Gestapo Colonel
for Killing Polish Jews

BERLIN, (JTA)—Leo Patina,
former SS colonel, was arrested
here on charges of murdering 20
Jews in Poland, in 1939. Accord-
ing to the West Berlin prosecu-
tor, the man killed the Jews with
a submachinegun at Alexandro-
vsk.

Austrian Police Official
on Trial as Nazi Murderer

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire to
' The Jewish News)

VIENNA, — Franz Ratzenber-
ger, a high Austrian police offi-
cial, went on trial here Wednes-
day on charges of having given
the orders for the execution of
300 Jews in the Ukraine in 1942.
He was the commander of the
Nazi security police in the Berdi-
chev area during World War II.

Open European Parley Community Workshop Fetes Board Frederic I. Keywell
Is Con-Con Candidate
on Judaism in Paris; Members Mrs. Robinson, Howard
Frederic I. Keywell, 19944
U.S. Observers There
Roslyn, is a Democratic candi-

PARIS, (JTA)—Spiritual and
lay leaders of Judaism from 13
European countries, as well as
observers from Israel, the
United States and Argentina,
gathered here at UNESCO
House for a two-day confer-
ence devoted to the problems
of Judaism and Jewish life in
Europe, with special reference
to the synagogue and youth's
role in contemporary Jewish
life.
The European Study Confer-
ence is being held under the
auspices of the World Council
of Synagogues, which was or-
ganized four years agO for the
purpose of offering assistance
t o war d the revitalization of
Jewish life throughout the
world.
Among the speakers were
Prof. Abraham J. Heschel, of
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary of America; ,,Prof. Ernst
Simon, of the Hebfew Univer-
sity, Jerusalem; and Prof. An-
dre Mehr, of the University of
Strasbourg.
`Among the World Council
affiliates represented here are
the United Synagogue of Amer
ica, the Congregation Israelite
of Argentina and the United
Synagogue of India. The Ar-
gentine affiliate is the oldest
congregation in Latin America,
and is celebrating its 100th an-
niversary this year.
The group from India is th
youngest organized group
resented, and numbers 18
Israel congregations s
20,000 worshippers.

Austria Extends
for Property Clai
Nazis' Jewish Victim

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
State Department gave notice of
a recent extension by the Aus-
trian government of the period
during which • Jews may file
claims for property seized by t
Nazi regime in Austria.
State Department was ad
the extension, by the
Foreign Ministry.
The Departme
said that
original owners o
heir heirs-
at-law now have
til June 10,
1962 to lodge cl
s for restitu-
tion for property hich was con-
fiscated "on acco I of the racial
origin or religion
the owner."
The claims shoul
e filed with
the semi-official col
in Vienna; Sammelstelle "A,'
Konigseggasse 10, Vienna VI.

date for delegate to the Con-
stitutional Convention from the
2nd Representative District.
Keywell is a practicing attor-
ney and an instructor in busi-
ness law and economics at
Walsh Institute. He is a grad-
uate of Harvard Law School
and the University of Michigan
where he majored in account-
ing.
Keywell is a member of the
Michigan and Detroit Bar Asso-
ciations, Temple Israel Lodge
No. 486, F. & A.M., Harvard
Law School Association of
Michigan, and the University
of Michigan Club of Detroit.

ORT Will Su
ocatio o a
eeds
ountr

nt, through
The U.S. Gov
the Internat
Cooperation
Adminis •
in Was "ngton,
has contracte ,
meri-
can ORT Fe
sur-
vey of v t
tion
needs in
rican
tries.
ouncethent
agreement wa
y Dr.
esident of the
on.
The agreenient calls for a
study by ORT of existing tech-
nical a
c
fo
A_ enda-
s for t
xpansion
develo
in the light of the
proj
• economic growth and
e
ional requirements of the
• ntries concerned.
•or terms
the contract
I
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ill s
ams
speci.
1
erra
e,
e
o,
ameroo , the Ivor
st and
thiopia. Th
ect will be
directe
New York and
he ORT operational
eadquarters in Geneva, Swit-
zerland.- Cost of the survey will
be covered by ICA.

Student Zionist -Group. WJ Congress Asks UN
Sets Bob-Lo Meeting
to Act Against Bias

A summer business-social
meeting at Bob-Lo Island is
scheduled by the Student Zion-
ist Organization for July 30.
The group will meet at 9:15
a.m. at the dock. Guests are
asked to bring lunches.
All interested young adults
are invited. For information,
call Dorothy Feinberg, U
4-3510.

Israel to Issue Stamps Honor
Baal Shem Toy, New Year 57

The Israel Ministry of Posts has announced the forthcoming
issue of a commemorative postage stamp on the occasion of the
bicentenary of the death of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov, founder
of Hassidism, a Jewish religious and social movement. The stamp
(left), designed by E. Vardimon of Tel Aviv, shows the Bet
Hamidrash—the synagogue at Medziboh in Russia where the Baal
Shem Tov taught. Also to be issued is a series of three commem-
orative stamps in honor of the Jewish New Year 5722. The theme
of the stamps (from left), designed by A. Calderon of Ramat
Gan, is "Heroes of Israel"—Samson, Yehuda Maccabi and Bar
Kochba.

Every American should own
U. S. Savings Bonds.

THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES of the Community Workshop
has recently honored two retiring bo
Mrs. Murry
Robinson and Milton M. Howard,
standing sery
their tenure of- office. Mrs. R
on was one
leading
Board Members in procuring
contracts fro
vate industry.
The Workshop, affiliated
the Jewish
ional Service and
sponsored by the Jewis
elfare Fel . tion, provides
13-
week guided work exp
nce for handl
ave
clien
difficulty in adjustin
the work
ed - a
did a compr
orksho
special committee w
operations and help
o establish fu
cedu
Gilbert B. Silverm
(center)
ty
Workshop, presente the citations.

GENEVA, (JTA)—A proposal
that the 'next session of the
United Nations General Assem-
bly adopt a resolution calling
upon all governments to rescind
discriminatory, l _ aws
courage, in
the c
and pr op a
w
r form, of all prejudice
intolerance," was made here
efore the United Nations Eco-
nomic and Social Council by Dr.
Mauric. Perlzwei repre
tive of
gress.

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Freedman

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ORK, (JTA) — Mrs.
David W. Klau of New York h
been elected a me
Hebrew
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FILLED TO CAPACITY

GERALD D. TAUBER, special
agent in Detroit for Indianapolis
Life Insurance Company, has
completed a special training
course in life insurance. He is a
member of the Gordon Meisner
Agency, with headquarters at
16038 W. McNichols Rd.

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21 - THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Fri day, July 21, 1961

Jack Musick
President of
Hiram Walker

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