Detroiters at Miami Conference
Avern. Cohn Urges Adams' Election April 1
Avern Cohn, in a statement in specific Michigan neighbor- 1949; chairman of the City Char-
ter Commission, Sault Ste. Ma-
issued this week, strongly en- hoods.
.'Paul Lincoln Adams has a rie, 1951.
dorsed the candidacy of Paul L.
"Of all positions in the public
Adams for the Michigan Su- long record of public service in-
preme Court judgeship, to be cluding two terms as Mayor of service which he has held, Paul
voted on- April 1'. Cohn said Sault Ste. Marie 1938-1942, dur- Adams particularly enjoyed the
Adams is "a highly qualified at- ing which time he led three opportunity to serve as a Re-
torney who can run on his 27- successful attacks on power gent of the University of Michi-
year record as an experienced rates; director of Civilian De- gan. The North _Campus .and,
lawyer, Attorney General and fense in the strategic Soo area greater emphasis on research at
Supreme Court Justice." Cohn 1941-43; member of the Michi- the University came to fruition
gan Social Welfare Commission during his tenure of office."
"In each step of his career,
which runs through three de-
cades, Paul L. Adams has
proven his out- .
Awing Detroiters.in Miami Beach who attended the Israel standing -lead-
Bond Conference inaugurating the Year of Redemption Cam- ership, hig de-
dication to the
paign were from left: Mrs. Tom Borman, Mrs. Irwin I. Cohn,
Mrs. Charles Grosberg, hostess at a reception for Detroiters; preservation
Mrs. Paul Zuckerman and Mrs. Theodore Bargman. The dinner of human
that highlighted the conference was attended by 86 Detroiters, rights; and his
DODGE - DART
and 80 were guests of the Grosbergs at a reception.
fight for jus-
tice for all
member of the
Ghetto and concentration munities.
Members of Detroit's Ghetto preme Court.
camp survivors, distinguished
personalities associated with dis- Commemoration Planning Com- a position to
placed persons immediately after mittee are Rabbi Morris Adler, which he was
the liberation, and a specially Mrs. Morris Adler, Harold Berke, appointed in. ,
prepared artistic program will Hy Crystal, Henry Fox, Sam 1962, Justice
be featured in Detroit's 20th an- Freedman, Max - Fridman,. Abe Adams wrote Paul Adams
niversary program of the War- Friedman, Mrs. Morris Friedman, and supported many opinions
saw Ghetto Uprising, to be held Norman Gitler, Movsas Goldof- which proved that he under-
8 p.m. Sunday at Cong. Adas tas, Benoit Gorge, Moshe Haar, stood the problems and aspira-
Shalom, •it was announced by Harry Karniner, Rabbi Max Ka- tions of all people. With his col-
Full Factory Equipment
Irving Pokempner, chairman, pustin, Dr. Schrnarya Kleinman, leagues he was the spokesman
and Sidney M. Shevitz, co-chair- . Benjamin M. Laikin, Louis La- of social conscience and a guar-
man of the. Council's Culture Med, Jack Malamud, Morris dian of legal values. To Justice
Immediate Delivery ALLEN CHARNES
Commission, under whose aus- Malin, Emanuel Mark, Mrs. Mi- Adams, the Michigan Supreme
pices the city-wide event is be-
Sonia Popowski, Alex Roberg, shield protecting everyone, the
Pokempner and Shevitz reaf- Martin Rose, Jay Rosenshine, weak and the strong, the help-
firmed that Detroit will continue Irving Schlussel, Meyer. Schneid- less and the powerful.
"To safeguard the rights of
its tradition of observing this er, Sol Selman, Edwin • Shifrin,
event in accordance with the David Sislin, Philip Slomovitz, all Michigan citizens to buy
property and live in peace any-
Jewish calendar date, which a
generation ago, occurred on the Zvi Tomkiewicz, Mike Watzman where in the State, the Attor-
ney General forced real estate
eve of Passover in 1943. This and George M. Zeltzer.
Tickets may be obtained from associations from- setting up il-
tradition of following the- Jewish
No Smart Buyer Pays Retail
calendar date, they pointed out, organizations and from the Coun Regan screening practices which
made it impossible for numer-
is in conformity with Jewish cil. 163 Madison, WO 2-6710.
"Testament From the Ghetto,:" ous ethnic, religious, or nation-
holiday celebration with the an-
nual celebration of Israel's inde- a new brochure containing ac- ality groups to acquire property
pendence which also follows the counts of personal experiences
Jewish calendar rather than the and literary and historical docu-
ments pertaining to the Warsaw Boston JeWish Appeal
IMPERIAL, CHRYSLER, PLYMOUTH,
As a consequence, this now Ghetto Uprising and to the gen- Raises $1,380,000
traditional city-wide observance eral situation of the Jews under
BOSTON, (JTA)—The Com-
is arranged annually by the Cul- Nazi domination, has just been
ture Commission of the Council issued by the Culture Commis-
Boston reported that nearly
on the Sunday evening immedi- sion.
Pokempner announced that $1,380,000 had been pledged in
ately preceding the first Pass-
2 Blocks South of 7 Mile
over seder, when the remnants the material included in the advance of the 1963 campaign,
of the Warsaw Ghetto survivors booklet might be useful in the a record amount for that stage
revolted against the then seem- -p r epar a tion of organizational of the: drive. •
ingly invincible German Army programs regarding the uprising.
Those interested in the bro-
in April 1943, on the first night
of Passover. chure may obtain a free copy by
The Detroit program has been writing to the Culture Commis-
arranged in conjunction with sion.
similar programs throughout the
So do they greet a bride in
world in tribute not only to the
Warsaw Ghetto fighters but to Palestine: "Not powdered, not
those who revolted against the rouged, not embellished, yet full
Nazi terror in Vilna, Bialystok, of grace."
and other European Jewish com-
Council Sponsors 20th Anniversary
of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
'63 PONTIAC and TEMPEST . . . ALL MODELS
See the New 1963
BY HENRY LEONARD
CANTOR REUVEN FRANKEL
Chicago community Leader
Associate Cantor Shaarey Zedek
THURSDAY, MARCH 28 8:30 P.M.
MORRIS L. SCHAVER AUDITORIUM
19161 Scheafer Hwy.
For Reservations phone UN 4-7094