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February 08, 1963 - Image 3

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-02-08

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Hadassah Asks
Senate Act on
Genocide Pact

Fisher Reports Federation's Progress in '62;
Butzel Award Presented to Leonard Simons

Posner, George M. Stutz, Milton
J.' Miller, Mrs. Harold Robinson,
Nathan Silverman and Leonard
N. Simons. Milton M. Maddin
headed the nominating commit-
tee.

(Continued from Page 1)
committee to study the future
know, at once a local Federation directions of Federation agen- the Butzel Award, Simons re-
called that when he was Bar
and an overseas welfare fund. cies.
Mitzvah at Congregation
NEW YORK — The United
"We have the maturity and
The presentation of the Butzel Shaarey Zedek the late Rabbi
In 1928 the Fresh Air Soci-
States Senate was asked Tuesday the scope of interests to deal. Award
to Simons, whose name
"to take prompt action" in rati- with our domestic needs without will be inscribed on the Award A. M. Hershman, who wel- ety, a Jewish Welfare Federa-
fying the Genocide Convention neglecting the larger calls for Tablet in the Fred M. Butzel comed him in the adult Jewish tion member agency, opened
outlawing mass annihilation of help, whether they come from Memorial Building "in perma- fold, admonished him that 13 Camp Chelsea (Ginsburg Camp
is not an unlucky but a rather for mothers and babies).
human beings as was the case
behind the Iron Curtain, North nent recognition of outstanding a lucky number in Jewish tra-
With Hitler's mass killing of Africa,
or from Israel. service to a grateful
dition.
Jews.
community,
"The interdependence of a
THIS SEAL
Simons recalled his association
The Convention was passed by these interests is exemplified i 11 was made by Judge Theodore
the United Nations General As- the recent increase in the num n Levin, chairman of the Federa- with the late Fred M. Butzel in
sembly in 1948. It has been rati- ber of immigrants coming t o - tion executive committee and a many community functions and
fied by 65 nations, but not as Detroit, under the care of ou ✓ former Federation president — said he had never forgotten
himself one of the earlier re-
modesty and his asser-
yet by the United States.
Resettlement Service. Whateve cipients of the Butzel Award. Butzel's
tion that the community can
The appeal to the Senate was country a person may have t
In an address lauding Simons' count on him in any capacity—
made in a resolution adopted leave, wherever he is able to go
Tuesday at the four-day Hadas- we are prepared to do all w numerous activities, Judge Levin whether as a private worker and
Is Your Guarantee of Watch
sah conference attended by 200 can to help him. Some 60 indi praised him as "a good, extreme- solicitor or in a role of leader-
Repair Service by Competent
delegates from all parts of the viduals, from Cuba, from Algeria, ly useful human being." Outlin- ship. Adding that he had already
Men Who Have Been Examined
country. The resolution empha- and from several other countries, ing Simons' numerous interests, been called "the community by
the United States Bureau of
Judge
Levin
mentioned
his
de-
schnorrer,"
Simons
pledged
con-
sized that "the failure of the are receiving help from us right
Standards & Measures!
votion
to
civic
movements—to
tinued
efforts
wherever
he
can
United States to ratify the Gen- here in Detroit this very day.
the United Foundation, United be useful and . commended the
We Offer You This
ocide Convention is inconsistent
"Our community grows from
Campaign, Detroit His- Federation's role as the central
Fine Service With
with the U. S. position of leader- year to year in the list of dedi- Negro
torical Commission and other functioning body for a better
A One Year Warranty
ship in the free world."
cated workers, in its capital causes; to universities -- Wayne community.
At an earlier session, the plant, in the quantity and
GEORGE OHRENSTEIN
The following were elected
conference was addressed by quality of our social services. State, Brandeis and the Hebrew
Master Watchmaker
Ambassador Michael Comay, There is much yet to be done. University; to the Federation members of the Federation Certified and
Jeweler
and its agencies and to the Al- board of governors: Jacob A.
permanent representative of We must continue to have the lied
Jewish Campaign.
18963 Livernois - UN 1-8184
Citrin,
Edward
I.
Fleischman,
Israel to the United Nations. willingness and the zeal. We
OPEN THURSDAY TO 9 P.M.
"His interests are universal, Samuel S. Greenberg, Dr. Irving
He told the delegates, "Israel must look to the future."
non-sectarian and inter-racial
still lives in a situation where
Fisher took occasion to ex-
and at the same time intensely
our borders do not touch one
press thanks to last year's
Jewish," Judge Levin said. He
inch of friendly soil — a kind
Strictly
Allied Jewish Campaign chair-
commended his devotion as a
Kosher
of twilight zone — not peace
man, Paul Zuckerman, and he
leader,
as
president
of
agen-

Meats
and
or war. There are more Ilyu-
acknowledged a message of
Poultry
cies, as a former president of
shin bombers 10 minutes away
greeting from this year's cam-
Temple Beth El, and said that
from Israel than there ever
Specializing in:
paign chairman, Charles H.
the admiration for Simons is
were in Cuba. There is an
Gershenson, who was out of

Fresh,
Cutup
Chicken
Parts
not
only
in
his
leadership
• Cartwheels
Egyptian army of 20,000 out-
the city.
when he heads movements but

side of its own borders — in
Ready
Made
Hamburger
Patties • Cube Steaks
Isidore Sobeloff, in an address also when he works behind the
Yemen. This Egyptian force in in which he commended ex-
• Oven Ready Turkeys
• Kosher TV Dinners
Yemen is larger than the ecutives of Federation agencies scenes, to advance worthy

Mock Chicken • Veal for Scalopini • Ribs
whole United Nations force in and the staff of Federation and causes.
Simons' response, studded with
• Seasoned Meat Balls • Seasoned Meat Loaf
the Congo. No one is excited the Allied Jewish Campaign, ac-
by this action by a leader the claimed "the civil service that humorous comments, was marked
United States has befriended." marches hand in hand with the by a declaration that, having re-
The Israel ambassador de- lay leadership in a program to ceived the coveted award, "I
WE DELIVER — UN 1-4770
clared that the Arab representa- help elevate this community to have not graduated from com-
munity service but intend to
tives no longer talk about the its commendable status."
Member Detroit Kosher
work for our community as hard
Arab refugees as a refugee prob-
Sobeloff announced a new
Meat Dealers Association
lem. "It is presented to persuade community program — the set- as ever in the years to come."
Pointing to the fact that he
This Shield Is Your Protection
outside opinion, particularly Afri- ting up of a policy and scope
was the 13th person to receive
can opinion, that this is a Pales-
tine people in exile demanding
its return," he said. "The solu-
tion of the refugee problem must
be consistent with our sovereign.
ty and our security. Israel must
be strong enough not only to
meet any attack but to deter
any attack," he stressed, adding
that he believes this principle
Motivated the United States to
make available the Hawk missile
to Israel.
Mrs. Kramarsky also urged
Congress to enact legislation that
will correct the "old discrimina-
tions" in the Walter-McCarran
Immigration Act.
Mrs. Kramarsky stressed
that "by eliminating the old
discriminations from our im-
migration laws, we can take a
big step in putting into prac-
tice the great concept of the
indivisibility of freedom, which
President. Kennedy has de-
scribed as one of America's
basic principles."
Reports submitted to the con-
ference emphasize that:
1. Hadassah spends more than
$9,000,000 a year on its under-
takings.
2. Hadassah now has consoli-
dated most of its medical facili-
ties in the Hadassah-Hebrew Uni-
versity Medical Center in Jeru-
salem.
3. Hadassah is the official rep-
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Israeli Arab Jailed
for Nasser Slogan

HAIFA, (JTA) — An Israeli
Arab was given a one-month's
prison sentence • after he was
found guilty in Magistrate's
Court here of writing "Long
Live Nasser" on a boiler pro-
duced by a factory where he
worked. The slogan was dis-
covered by a customer who pur-
chased the boiler and who noti-
fied the police.

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