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May 31, 1963 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-05-31

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activities in Society

The Maz-all Club recently entertained Mrs. Lillian E. Fink
on a visit here from Miami Beach at the home of Mrs. David
Tchar of Strathmoor Ave.
Klein Family Club will meet Saturday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Klein, 19458 Littlefield.
William Elkin of the Elkin Travel Bureau, 19437 Livernois,
is touring Europe and Israel with a group of 12 other travel
agents.
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kanat, 12767 Lincoln, Huntington Woods,
will host a leadership reception Wednesday, in advance of the
Harry L. Schumer Labor Zionist Man of the Decade testimonial.
Guest of honor will be Lawrence Gubow, U.S. Attorney for the
Eastern District of Michigan, former commissioner of the Mich-
igan Securities and Corporation Commissioner and past com-
mander of the Michigan Department, JWV.
Miss Sharon Mossman, daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Sidney
K. Mossman (the former Esther Etkin) of Atlanta, Ga., will be
graduated June 3 from Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pa. in
September she will enter Northwestern University Graduate
School in Evanston, Ill., to continue her studies in English litera-
ture and drama. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Etkin of Detroit.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warsh, 24051 Dante, Oak Park, of Raskin
Food Co., have returned from a three-week stay in California,
where they visited friends and relatives.

State Employment Agencies Violate
Fair Practices Act, AJC Reveals

Pontiac to Honor Announce Scholarships to Enable
Meyer, Jacobson Children to Attend Camp Gan Israel
at June 9 Dinner

The Pontiac Committee for
State of Israel Bonds will honor
Jacob A. Meyer and Joseph
Jacobson at a testimonial din-
ner at Con-
r egation
3 n a i Israel,
143 Oneida
Road, Pontiac,
Sunday, June
g, 6:30 p.m.
Appearing
at the dinner
as a guest en-
tertainer will
)e Hy Sands,
comedian who
Hy Sands
has entertained audiences from
coast to coast.
Members of the Pontiac com-
munity can still get tickets to
the June 9 dinner by contact-
ing Mrs. David Saks at FEd-
eral 2-2525 in Pontiac.

Legion's Rosenwald
Post, JWV, to Hold
Memorial Services

The Rosenwald Post, Ameri-
can Legion, will hold its annual
Memorial Day breakfast 9:30
a.m. Sunday at Billy's, to be
followed by a joint memorial
service with the Jewish War
Veterans noon that day at Mach-
pelah Cemetery.
A monument will be unveiled
in memory of the late -Joseph
Gelman. The Post will hold its
own Memorial Day services 1
p.m. Sunday in the veterans
section of the Hebrew Memorial
Park Cemetery, Gratiot at 14
ile. The public is invited. For
information, call UN 176039.

A recent survey of private , The present law limits the right
employment agency hiring to - start proceedings to persons
a
practices in Detroit conducted actually
aggrieved. Noting the
important role that employment
by the American Jewish Con- agencies play in the total em-
gress shows that a majority of ployment process, he urged that
the agencies contacted are still top priority be given to future
willing to accept discriminatory efforts by the FEPC in this
field.
job order requests in violation
"We concede the impossibili-
of the Michigan Fair Employ-
ty of outlawing prejudice by
ment Practices Act of 1955.
legislation," Dubin concluded,
Harold Dubin, Michigan re- "but it is impossible to outlaw
gional director of the Congress, the acts of prejudice — namely
released details of the survey
discrimination."
in which 48 private employ-
ment agencies were contacted
by telephone to ascertain
whether they would accept a
discriminatory placement order.
"We found that 87 per cent
of the agencies were willing to
Adas Shalom
comply with a request which
Annual
confirmation
services of Adas Shalom will take place
was racially and religiously
selective," Dubin said. Forty- June 9. At - home receptions will be held that afternoon and eve-
two agencies gave an affirmative ning for the following Adas Shalom confirmands:
reply to the request, four of ELIZABETH SHARON KAHN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
these indicating they knew the
S. Kahn, 18490 Greenlawn, 2-5 p.m.
request to be illegal. Only four LINDA R. POLLACK, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Pollack,
agencies refused to accept such
18625 Fairfield, 2-5 pan. No cards.
an order, two specifically indi-
cating that the order was il-
Cong. Beth Aaron
legal."
Annual confirmation services of Cong. Beth Aaron will take
The survey included only place on 2. At home receptions will be held that afternoon
those agencies providing steno- and evening for the following Beth Aaron confirmand:
graphic placement services. It
was designed to ascertain to JENNIFER LYNN WYZAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S.
Wyzan, 24611 Seneca, Oak Park, 2:30-5:30 p.m.
what degree these agencies
honor the provisions of the
Temple Emanu-El
Fair Employment Practices Act.
Annual
confirmation
services of Temple Emanu-El took place
"Although the results show,"
said Dubin, "that discrimina- May 28. At home receptions will take place, as listed, for the
tory practices in job placement following Temple Emanu-El confirmands:
are still widespread in Detroit, CELIA MIRIAM LUCOW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Lucow,
19640 Roslyn Rd., 2-5 p.m., June 2. No cards.
we feel that the Fair Employ-
ment Commission, considering SUZANNE WENDY MILLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Robert
its limited resources, has done
Miller, 13325 Winchester, Huntington Woods, 2-5 p.m., June 2.
an -outstanding job since pas-
No cards.
sage of the FEP Act in 1955. JOHN MODELL, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul H. Modell, 8540 Lincoln
However, the survey points out
Dr., Huntington Woods, 2-5 p.m., June 2. No carols.
the need for increased efforts
in education and investigation."
Temple Israel -
In order to increase its ef-
Annual confirmation services of Temple Israel took place
fectiveness, Dubin recommend- on May 28. At home receptions will take place, as listed, for the
ed that the FEPC be given the following Temple Israel confirmands:
power to initiate complaints. MARGO MADELINE BLOOMBERG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis M. Bloomberg, 19137 Starland, Southfield, 2-5 p.m.
June 9. No cards.
ANN MARY ISRAEL, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Barney B. Israel,
18066 Warrington Dr., 2-5 p.m. June 2. No cards.
ISABEL ANN TRUNSKY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard H.
Trunsky, 19481 Robson, 2-5 p.m., June 2.
LINDA CAROL CROLL, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Croll,
18003 Muirland. Reception at Raleigh House, 12:30 p.m.,
June 9.

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Cong. Shaarey Zedek

Annual consecration services of Cong. Shaarey Zedek will
take place on June 9. At home receptions will be held that after-
noon and evening for the following Shaarey Zedek consecrants:
MERRILL HOFFMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoffman,
20015 Robson, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
PHYLLIS RUTH ROSENBAUM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rosenbaum, 18264 San Juan Dr., 2:30-* p.m. No cards.
LAURI , DONNA RUBIN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin,
18242 Fairfield, 2-5 p.m. No cards.
CAROL SUE WETSMAN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wets-
man, 3137 Woodstock, 2:30-5 p.m. No cards.

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A scholarship committee has been formed to give 25 needy
children the opportunity to attend Camp Gan Israel. Leaders
promoting the camp program are, from left, (standing) Rabbi
Mordecai Kalmanson, camp director; Dr. Israel Wiener, medi-
cal consultant; William Hordes, Chairman of the Scholarship
Fund; Isadore Starr, secretary; (seated) Abraham Parshan,
chairman of the Toronto Camp Commission; Charles Feinberg,
chairman of the camp; and Rabbi Abraham Shemtov, eastern
director. Parshan has announced that 20 children from Canada
would be sent here under scholarships issued in Toronto.

FOR THE ULTIMATE
IN GOOD MUSIC

2 Israeli Officers

Graduated at Columbia

SAM EMMER

Two officers of Israel's armed
forces, now on leave, will re-
ceive degrees of master of
business administration at Co-
lumbia University's commence-
ment exercises on Tuesday and
soon return to their commands.
"I feel that I've learned a
new profession," said 38-year-
old Brigadier General Haim
Barley. "After a few years I
hope to start working as a
civilian in business or with the
government.
Colonel Gideon Elrom, 40,
said of his studies: "To me this
whole field is completely novel.
I am sure that the knowledge I
have acquired at the Graduate
School of Business will be use-
ful to me in carving a niche in
the Israeli economy."
In order to create a large
body of well-informed service
men with experience in ad-
ministrative problem s, the
Israeli government offers
leaves with pay to senior offi-
cers who attend universities.

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