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September 29, 1961 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-29

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Jewish Community Council Lists Standing Committees' Membership

The members
ish Comm
ouncil stand-
ing co
ees for the 1961-62
sea
as now been complete
rding to an ann
Stanley J. W . al
cil presi
t.
These
ity Relat .
sion a
ernal elati
rect t ncil program •
heir
ecific areas, an
rt to the
e Committee;
t h e i r activities are in turn

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Baked Delicacies Are Also
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at Crowley's
Street Floor.



I Open Sundays and Eves.
if EN ion
No 1.1 ow

the Delegate As- This committee works within
semblie .
the Jewish community, with
The C
unity Relations member Organizations and their
Committe
eaded by Louis leaders, in developing common
Rosenzw
and Zeldon Cohen, approaches to internal concerns
chair
and co-chairman re- relating to the dignity and in-
ely, will operate under tegrity of Jewish communal life.
Irving Pokempner and Sidney
vised format this season.
y recommendation of the M. Shevitz, chairman and co-
Council Executive Committee, chairman of the Culture Com-
the Community Relations Com- mission, have announced that
mittee includes in its member- sub-committees of the Commis-
ship this season formal repre- sion are .now meeting, and that
sentation from the various the Commission will be con-
national Jewish community vened during the latter part of
relations bodies which have October.
The following are the mem-
local units. These are American
Jewish Committee, American bers of the Council's 1961-62
Jewish Congress, Anti-Defama- standing committees:
Community Relations
tion League, Jewish Labor
Committee
Committee and Jewish War
Representing the national agencies:
Veterans.
Avern Cohn, Charles Goldstein, Rabbi
D. Hahn, Ben Schottenfels,
Each of these organizations Harold
AmeriCan Jewish Committee; Mrs.
has designated four of its De- William Burk, Mrp. Oscar Hertz, Mrs.
Theodore Rosen, Harley M. Selling,
troit lay representatives to serve American
Jewish Congress; Mrs. San-
as members of the 60-member ford Rosenthal, Mrs. Jack Sayles, Mel-
vin
Weisz,
Anti-Defamation League;
committee. Other members con-
Frances Cousens, Mrs. Bill
sist of Council delegates and Mrs.
Goode, Jacob Hurwitz, Mrs. Rose
Kleinman, Jewish Labor Committee;
community leaders.
Alfred D. Bricker, Mrs. Jerry Dale,
T h e Community Relations Irving B. Feldman, Jack Schwartz,
Jewish
Veterans. Delegates and
Committee, which has already at large War
members: Jay Allen, Leon-
commenced its season's meet- ard Baron, Judge Vic
Berlow, Harol
ings, undertakes cooperative ac- Walter
Cane, Martin Ci v
tions on behalf of the Council Lawrence
eon Frain
' , Martin
with the general community in mann
La
e Gubow, Sidney J. Kar
the fields of civil rights, dis-
an Katz, Dr. Shmarya Kleinman,
G. Kurtzman, Mrs. Alfred E.
crimination, human relatio
akin, Miss Leona Levin, Morris
programs, etc.
Lieberman, Marvin M er, Mrs. Al
Padover, uel x J.
The Internal Relations
Pincus, D M
vit
1 J.
Rhodes
mittee, chaired by Dr. S
Albert
Krohn with Hubert J.
Mrs. Car chille
v
chl
sel, Me
• ider, Mrs. H
as co-chairman, has sch
Schreib
Sol Schwartz, .J
its first meeting for Oc
Sheph
Edwin Shifrin,

Zionists, New A
urma
and Others Hail `B-G' on Birthday

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — The his birthday. It was the Grand

"great contribution of Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion to
the realization of the Zionist
vision• was hailed on the occa-
sion of. his 75th birthday. Sunday
in a message from Dr. Nahum
Goldmann in behalf of thd World
Zionist Executive.
The cable also lauded the
Prime Minister's "contributions
in the establishment of Israel's
armed forces" and his initiative
in the proclamation of the Jew-
ish State.
The message added that "de-
spite basic differences of opinion
between the movement and you
about the tasks of the Zionist
movement, we see you in histor-
ical perspective today as one of
the supreme Zionists of our
time."
The Prime Minister received
his first present two days before

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Culture Commission

Rabbi Morris Adler, Mrs.
Adler, Lawrence W. Crohn,
or-
man Drachler, Albert Ela
Mrs.
Philip Fealk, Charles E.
inberg,
Movsas Goldoftas, Rabbi I el Hal._
pern, Rabbi Max K a p u n, Dr.
Shmarya Kleinman, Benjam Laikin,
Louis LaMed, Mrs. Samue
inden,
Jack Malamud, Mrs. Joseph
tzer,
Emanual Mark, Mrs. Ralph
Frank Newberg, Rabbi Milton Rose
baum, Mrs. David J. Schachter, Rabbi
Jacob E. Segal, Sol Selman, Dr.
Leonard Sidlow, Frank L. Simons,
Wolf Snyder, Rabbi M. Robert Syme :
Jason Tickton, Dr. Israel Wiener,
George M. Zeltzer.

Internal Relations
Committee

Israel to Honor German
Clergyman; Testified
at Eichmann's Trial

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Dean
Heinrich Gruber, the 'West Ger-
man Evangelical leader who
testified here several months
ago during the Adolf EiGhmann
trial, will be honored here by a
special "Heinrich Gruber Forest"
to be planted by the Jewish
National Fund.
The German anti-Nazi has been
invited to come to Israel to help
dedicate the forest on his 70th
birthday, next month.

NE

in, a New
orn on the lo
and one of
York Ci
ew
cation,
Robert
of the

mber of
med by the Mayor
to a full, seven-year term.

Murry

"Cob lina

Harry Auslander, David Berris, Jack
J. Bodzin, Mrs. Bertha Brotman,
Erwin Bunin, Lawrence W. Crohn,
Rabbi Hayim Donin, Mrs. Aaron
Friedman, Abraham Friedman, Mrs.
Byron Gerson, Arthur Gould, Ernest
E. Greenfield, Rabbi Irwin Groner,
Rabbi Israel I. H a 1 p e r n, Rabbi
Nathan Hershfeld, Rabbi Max Kapus-
tin, Harry Kobel, Mrs. Alfred E.
Lakin, Louis LaMed, Mrs. Isadore
Leeman, Dr. Alvin B. Lezell, Jack
Malamud, Mrs. Michael Michlin,
Frank Newberg, Mrs. Julius Ring, Jay
Rosenshine, Jay Rosenthal, Ben S.
Sidlow, Mrs. Robert Siegel, Frank L.
Simons, Isadore Sosnick, Mrs. Nathan
Spevakow, Jack Stattman, Dr. John
Sturman, Rabbi M. Robert Syme.

Is

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Warty Abrams

Personally Invites You and Your

Friends to the Showing of the

Complete Line of 1962 Chevrolets

Friday, September 29, 1961

• at

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Immed.

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Delivery
on all models

TW. 1-0600

Introducing The All New Chevy II

WE POINT THE WAY TO
ABOVE AVERAGE EARNINGS
plus

Many U.S., anadian
Communities to Observe
Ben-Gurion's Birthday

The month of October will wit-
ness scores of dinners and other
events throughout the United
States and Canada dedicated to
the 75th birthday of Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion of Israel,
it was announced by Dr. JOseph
J. Schwartz, vice president of the
Israel Bond Organization.
Ben-Gurion's birthday occurred
on the third day of the festival
of Sukkot, Sept. 27. However, in
1886, the year of his birth, the
Gregorian calendar date was
Oct. 16.

IS THE
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We have a large ra
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Croix Dahomenc, the highest
order of Dahomey, one of the
new African states. The order
was presented to Ben-Gurion at
his desert retreat in Sde Boker
by Dahomey's president, Hubert
Maga.
The two leaders held a 6'0-
minute talk, reportedly to have
dealt with world peace problems,
the African role in contribution
to world peace and Israel-
Dahomey ties.
Numerous cables were sent
Ben-Gurion at Sde Boker, in-
cluding one from Sir Wins
Churchill and from
Premier U Nu,
"Your many frie
ers in Burma j
on the occasi
you
blessing you
h Ion
health and
ch ha
wholehear
y hop
enjoy ma
years s
lent worl
ill conti
fit from
wisdom
perience."

Mrs. Charles D. Solovich, SoI Stein,
Dr. Milton J. Steinhardt, Dr. Ted
Winshall.

Rubin Named to Head 401
N.Y. Education Board

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