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February 16, 1962 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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as a non-governmental organ-
ization, at the UN.

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
to The Jewish News)

UNITED NATIONS—A crack-
down by the United Nations
secretariat Monday caused a
radical trimming of a program
_planned by the Zionist Organ-
ization of America in the Un-
ited Nations Building.
What was to have been the
first chanting of the ancient
Hebrew "El Mole Rachamim,"
in memory of the late UN Sec-
retary-General Dag Hammars-
kjold, did not take place.
Photographs were barred and
a memorial scroll scheduled for
presentation to the secretariat
in tribute to Hammarskjold re-
mained in the ZOA office. No
member of the secretariat
present to receive
attended any
mony, in wh .
lent prayer
the liturgy.

About 700 top ZOA leaders
from all parts of the United
States came to UN Conference
Room 1 for the ceremony.
Among those listed as speakers
were Ambassador Adlai Steven-
son and ZOA President Max
Bressler. The Ambassador did
not show up and Bressler did
not speak, at the request of the
secretariat.
The change in the memorial
prayer was made at the request
of retiring UN Undersecretary
Andrew W. Cordier, who said
that it was the custom at the
UN to observe a moment of si-
o engage in

secre-
nown.
s and
chair-
s, agreed
was canelled
est of the UN.

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Schonfeld said that Cordier
advised him by telephone last
Thursday that religious cere-
monies were. in conflict with
UN traditions.

Schonfeld added that, later
on the same day, he was told
by George Janaeck, head of UN
publications and public serv-
ices, that the prayer could not
be conducted.
Schonfeld also said that, on
Friday, Janecek called him to
tell him that the ZOA could not
hold the memorial session at all
unless it was sponsored by the
Israeli delegation.

Meanwhile, more than 1,000
leading members of the Zion-
ist Organization of America,
including many from cities
outside of New York, attend-

ed a seminar arranged by the
ZOA in the United Nations.

The seminar was addressed
by Armand Berard, chairman of
the French delegation to the
United Nations Ambassador
Avraham Darom, Israel's Dep-
uty Permanent Representative
at the UN; and Pierre Ilboudo,
Charge d'Affaires on the Upper
Volta delegation to the UN.
Berard said that the French
government is "very pleased"
with the development of warm
relations with Israel. The
French diplomat expressed
hopes that the European Com-
mon Market would. admit Israel
to membership, declaring that
"the great majority of French
people consider that, culturally,
Israel is a European nation."

Neumann to Speak on Education,
Zionism's Status, at ZOD Dinner

American Jewry's obligations
to increase educational efforts
for youths and adults alike, and
the current Zionist status. will
be diseussed by Dr. Emanuel
Neumann, co-chairman of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, at the
sixth annual Balfour victory din-
ner of the Zionist Organization
of Detroit, Thursday, March 1, at
Holiday Manor.
The dinner will make note of
the recent successful Balfour
concert and recognition will be
given to the workers who con-
tributed towards the financial
and social success of the event.
Judge Ira G. Kaufman, ZOD
president, stated that announce-
ments will be made about major
Zionist plans now being formu-
lated by the organization.
The guest speaker is one of
the most distinguished world
Zionist leaders. - A distinguished
Hebraist, he has devoted him-
self to Jewish educational efforts

Curtain Rises
Saturday on
Center's 'Waltz'

and recently was responsible for
securing the $1,000,000 gift from
Abraham and Jacob Goodman for
newly established Tarbuth
Foundation for Hebrew Culture.
Dr. Neumann, upon his return
from Jerusalem last week, re-
ported that the Jewish agency
meetings were "most fruitful."
"Top priority • was given to a
thorough-going review of the sta-
tus of Jewish communities in a
number of countries where their
position has become precaribus,
and to adjusting the new budget
in the light of substantially in-
creased immigration. An import-
ant subject was the strengthen-
ing of the Zionist movement in
the United States. Dr. Nahum
Goldman n, president of the
World Zionist Organization, and
Moshe Sharett, chairman of the
w were
Jewish Agency e,
lora-
conduc
authorized
sations wit
tory co
the basis
onist groups
ica
of rtain recommen ations they
ed to the World Zion-

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* men's and boys' store . . .

featuring the finest imported
fabrics, top grade workman-
ship, guaranteed fit . . . and
*then adding . . . discount
*priced!

Well, it didn't come to us
overnight, as you can guess.
The menswear field in recent
* years has been stimulated by
*style as never before. New
a_ fabrics, flattering designs, ex-
'!" citing colors and textures
*have made it difficult for
*the average high quality
,g_ store to keep an inventory
enough- to satisfy dis-
A criminatin
, most stores are
F
*
enough to accommo-
e this great selection.
raditio al
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ality
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g he pat-
have been o
*terns of the supermarkets
*and the rapid growth of the
,Ldiscount stores around the

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▪ country.

)1 Why not,

we thought, estab-
Ar lish a high quality store, with
*Big selections which will meet
* style and size needs.

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Thursday, Feb. 22

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Many of you already know
who we are. We've been in
*the clothing business for a
*long time, in fact it goes
• back for generations, in our
" family.
Most of you probably are
little curious how we came
*to be opening a high quality

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earnings. Open
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ox and we pay the postage
both ways.

Downtown: CADILLAC SQUARE corner RANDOLPH
Northwest: 13646 WEST 7 MILE corner TRACEY

Both offices open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Fridoy
Northwest office open Thursday Night till 9
Downtown Friday till 6

The Jewish Center Theater
production of • "Anniversary
Waltz," with a cast headed by
Shirley Gold and Errol Fortin
as the celebrating couple
(above, seated) and Bob Les-
lie (standing) as the doting
father, will open Saturday
night at the Center, 18100
Meyers. Additional perform-
ances will be held Sunday
and Feb. 24 and 25. Curtain
time is 8:30 p.m. Also in the
cast, under the direction of
Vic Hurwitz, are Melba Winer,
Harry Winer, June Graff and
Ruth Seligson. Tickets are
available at the box office.

Vocational Service Gets
$400,000 Federal Grant
MILWAUKEE — The Jewish
Vocational Service announced it
has received a $400,000 Federal
grant from the National Institute
of Mental Health for a long-term
program for study of means of
diminishing juvenile delinquency
among boys.

Igo. TRIP FOR TWO:
Weekend at Grossingers
or
Weekend at the Waldorf
*

* * $250 Wardrobe

* * Treasure Chest Prizes

Your Own Seat at
Top Tiger Baseball
Games during 1962
*

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Top grade manufacturers
agreed it could be done, as
't is being done today in
os Angeles and Philadel-
hia.
y taking a smaller margin
of profit and increasing the

number of sales, the custo-
mer would save substantial-
ly and be guaranteed incom-
parable value.
So we bought from the
finest, nationally known
manufacturers whose expert
craftsmen could tailor the
superbly woven fabrics im-
ported from England, Ire-
land, Italy and other coun-
tries.
And in a short time we hope
to prove to you that the
FIELDS label will be your
mark of CONFIDENCE in
quality, style, manufacture,
and made-to-measure fit.
Just as you can appraise a
diamond by an expert you
can appraise a FIELDS suit
or coat by the standard
bench marks of quality.
Your favorite tailor and bet-
ter dry cleaner will prove
it to you as well.
You will find no pressure
cooker salesmanship at
FIELDS. Fine quality clothes
always will stand out. We
are ready. to answer your
questions and you are wel-
come to browse freely.
Frankly, nothing is a value
unless it continues to satisfy
you long after it leaves the
store. That's why we guaran-
tee perfect made-to-measure
fitting for everyone, for the
life of the suit. (So go on a
diet or a gourmet binge . .
bring the suit back and we'll
refit it to you, absolutely

free!)

Come in, let's get acquainted.

MEN'S & BOYS' CLOTHING

Fields Inc., 19363 Livernois at Outer Drive, Detroit 21,

Telephone: 863-9131

Our doors open Thursday,
Feb. 22, at NOON, and we
have* prepared many pleasant
surprises for you and your
family.

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5 — THE DETROIT J EWISH NEWS — Friday, February 16, 1962

United Nations Secretariat Cancels Zionist Tribute to Hammarskj old

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