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February 09, 1962 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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headlines. He spoke of the great
efforts that were made to assure
Israel's security and declared
that "for years it was courage
that made possible the perfo
ante of creating tha
ence that
He expressed
year are pre-
"our people
• more to the Allied
pared to
Jewish ampaign under Paul
Zuck Ian's leadership," and
u-
add "As a mat co
nity e take our
social good h
of
pro
ntati • of the
Award to Ger-
ann

trude Wineman, Dora Ehrlich
praised her co-worker as one
who "has toiled in the vineyard
of Israel with devOtion, with gen-
erosity, with gentleness of spirit."
nee speech, Mrs.
ajor in-
terests in Ha ah an 'le Al-
lied Jewish Cal • aign, • her
devotion to many civic cau s.
"The Jewish Welfare F era-
tion has 1ped to shape n h of
noA th. " she said. lling
• r ex-
on of the
d won-
her "a ric •
said she
oment,"
•and, the late
felt that her
= man, one of the
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early Detroit Jewish leaders and
one of the first winners of the
Butzel Award, would have been
happy to now that she, too, had
received the award. "Henry left
a fine heritage for me and the
children," she s a i d. She ex-
pressed the hope that she will
be able to serve the community
fo_ many years.
Hyman Safran, as a federation
vice president, presented plaques
to the following past presidents
of Fresh Air Society: Miss Heav-
enrich, Mrs. Wineman, Mrs. Ed-
wain Rosenthal, Mrs. Douglas
Brown Nirenberg, Harry L. Jack-
son, Alex Schreiber, Charles N.
Agree, Barney Smith, Milton M.
Aladdin, Nathan L. Milstein and
Dr. Irving Posner.
Bernard Isenberg was chair-
man of the board of tellers who
checked the ballots cast at the
meeting.
Dr. Richard C. Hertz gave the
invocation at the dinner which
preceded the public meeting.
The citation accompanying
the award presented to Mrs.
Wineman reads as follows:

than

exclusively for their temporary
amelioration. Her- advocacy of
long-range planning and the pro-
fessional advancement of social
work have helped give vision to
the deliberations of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds and the United Jew-
ish Appeal to which she has
given devoted service over the
years.
"Mrs. Wineman has shown
compassion without limit for
those in need of help. The un-
derprivileged children she took
on outings, the homesick service-
men she befriended, the child
lost in the railroad station, the
runaway girl, all received the
same courtesy and attention that
she accorded civic dignitaries,
patrons of music, board mem-
bers of community agencies and
guests in her hoine.
"Mrs. Wineman traveled to
Israel at the behest of the United
Jewish Appeal and surveyed the
valiant efforts made to rescue
Jews from countries of oppresion
and establish them as productive
"Mrs. Henry Wineman has car- citizens in their own land.
"She reaffirmed for herself
ried over into her own home the
instictively:
spirit of communal leadership what she had known
be insulated
can
no
Jew
that
that she absorbed as a child in from the disabilities of other
the home of her parents.
"Gertrude Wineman could have Jews in distant parts of the
bear on an
basked in the reflected honor of world. She brought to
her distinguished husband who entire community the impact of
her convictions.
was the first president of the
"The weight of Mrs. Wineman's
Jewish Welfare Federation of
a large measure
Detroit, but beyond her gracious influence was in
responsible for the establishment
performance of this wifely rote,
the Federation Women's Di-
she made her own outstanding of
vision to give e v e r y Detroit
record of communal service.
opportunity to partici-
"Mrs. Wineman has carried for- woman the
name in dedi-
ward the family tradition of com- pate in her own
and
bining social science with cated support of Jewish life
knowledge and sentiment. As dignity.
"In appreciation of exemplary
president and key member of
leadership
and continued service,
community service agencies she
happy
championed the intelligent ap- a grateful community is
praisal of communal needs so to confer upon Mrs. Henry Wine-
that philanthropic dollars could man the Fred M. Butzel Memorial
be used for the resolution of Award."

Michigan Leaders to Participate
in ILIA Midwest Parley March 2 4

-

Si _ x internationally famed Jew-
ish leaders will address the
United Jewish Apeal's midwest
leadership institute on Israel and
Jewish overseas needs, March
2-4, at Hotel French Lick Shera-
ton, French Lick, Ind., it was
announced by Herbert H. Schiff
of Columbus, Institute chair-
man.
Scheduled to address 600 Jew-
ish leaders representing major
communities in Illinois, Indi-
ana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri,
Nebraska, North and South Da-
kota, Ohio and Wisconsin on
urgent overseas needs result-
ing from increased immigration
to Israel and the plight of dis-
tressed Jews in other parts of
the world, will be:
Joseph Meyerhoff of Balti-
more, UJA general chairman;
Moshe Sharett, former Israel
Prime Minister and Foreign
Minister, now chairman of the
executive of the Jewish Agency
for Israel, Jerusalem; Moses

A. Leavitt of New York, execu-
tive vice president, Joint Dis-
tribution Committee; Rabbi Her-
bert A: Friedman of New York,
executive vice chairman, United
Jewish Appeal; Gottlieb Ham-
mer of New York, executive
vice chairman, Jewish Agency
Detroit Jewish leaders serv-
ing as conference officers are:
Associate chairman, Max M.
Fisher; vice chairman, Paul
Zuckerman; executive commit-
tee members, Abraham Borman,
Tom Borman, Charles H. Ger-
shenson, Mrs. John C. Hopp,
Samuel D. Jacobs, Mrs. Harry
Jones, Max J. Pincus, Richard
Sloan, Philip Stollman, A. Al-
fred Taubman, and Mrs. Henry
Wineman.
Participants from other Mich-
igan communities include:
Flint: Arthur Hurand, Louis
Kasle and Alfred E. Klein.
Grand Rapids: Samuel Kra-
vitz.
Lansing: Francis N. Fine.
Saginaw: Frank M. Polasky.

JA. to Honor U. of M. Prof. Haber
mong Advisors to U. S. in Germany

The
NEW YORK, (JTA)
six former Advisors on Jewish
Affairs to the United States
Military Forces in Germany
have been invited to join a for-
mer U.S. military governor of
that country, Gen. Lucius D.
Clay, as guests of honor at the
National Inaugural Dinner of
the United Jewish Appeal, to
be held here Feb. 11.
Clay will be the principal
speaker at the event.
The advisors include Simon
Rifkind of New York, Rabbi
Philip Bernstein of Rochester,
Judge Louis Levinthal of Phila-
delphia, Dr. William Haber of
Ann Arbor, Mich., Harry Green-
stein of Baltimore and Abraham
S. Hyman of New York. All of



them served as liaison between
the military authorities and the
Jewish displaced persons.
Clay, who is now in Berlin as
President Kennedy's personal
repreSentative, has informed
the UJA that he will appear as
a featured speaker at the din-
ner provided his duties permit
him.

Zuckerman Speaks to
Toledo Campaigners
Paul Zuckerman, chairman of
the Detroit Allied Jewish Cam-
paign, Sunday addressed the
advanced gifts division of the
United Jewish Fund in Toledo.
The group of leaders at that
meeting increased their last
year's gifts by 2 per cent.

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