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June 28, 1963 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-06-28

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Steinkopf Named to Manitoba Cabinet as Minister of Utilities

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WINNIPEG (JTA) — Mait-
land B. Steinkopf, a 50-year-old
Winnipeg attorney and civic
leader, was sworn in as Provin-
cial Secretary and Minister of
Public Utilities in the Mani-
toba cabinet. This is the first
time a Jew has been named to
a cabinet in any Canadian pro-
vince other than Ontario.
Premier Duff Roblin said the
new Minister brought to his
post considerable business and

legal ability and a unique ad-
ministrative talent. As provin-
cial Minister, Steinkopf's juris-
diction includes the civil ser-
vice commission and the opera-
tions of the Queen's Printer and
the province's centralized pur-
chasing bureau.
The new minister served in
the Queen's Cameron Highland-
ers in World War II as a pri-
vate, finishing as a lieutenant
colonel in the Ordinance Corps.

He has been president and di-
rector of a wide variety of busi-
ness firms and a governor of
the Winnipeg YMHA and Win-
nipeg General Hospital. He has
served as Manitoba chairman of
Israel Bonds and Bar-Ilan Uni-
versity. He has been a co-chair-
man of the United Jewish Ap-
peal. His father, Max Stein-
kopf, came to Canada in 1889
and was the first Jewish at-
torney in Western Canada.

Rival Candidate
Challenges Election of
Obadiah in Morocco

Joseph Meyerhoff, of Baltimore (right), general chairman of
the United Jewish Appeal, presents engraved silver boxes to
Avraham Harman (center), Israel's Ambassador to the U. S.,
and Michael Comay, Israel's Ambassador to the UN, at a
meeting of 200 national leaders of the UJA held at New York's
Plaza Hotel, which honored the two top ranking Israeli diplo-
mats for their "inspiring and arduous efforts on behalf of the
UJA." Meyerhoff announced that the UJA's midyear emergency
cash collection drive had brought in $33,425,000 against pledges
to the 1963 campaign, The UJA seeks a total of $96,000,000 this
year, (including a $36,000,000 special fund to meet the needs
of the new immigrants coming into Israel at an unexpectedly
high rate, and to provide aid to related refugee programs.

CASABLANCA, (JTA)—A Jew-
ish candidate who was defeated
in Morocco's recent parliament-
ary elections appealed to the Su-
preme Moroccan Constitutional
Chamber to determine the valid-
ity of the election of another
Jewish candidate.
Meyer Toledano, the loser,
charged that Meyer Obadiah, the
winner, used the resources of
the Casablanca Jewish Commit-
tee, of which the latter is presi-
dent, in the election campaign.
Toledano charged that Obadiah
used propaganda in synagogues
and his authority in the Jewish
committee. The Constitutional
chamber will consider the ap-
peal but it was not expected that
Obadiah's election would be
voided,

Baal-Teshuva's 'Mission of Israel'
Features Declarations on Status of
Young Nation by Eminent Men

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erately every day — will help
get you into condition (and
shape) for beach games and
summer sports, the Michigan
Heart Association says.

What is "the mission" of the
young state of Israel? Does it
have a special mission?
In a series of articles by 46
noted personalities, Jews and
non-Jews compiled views "re-
garding the phenomena of the
establishment, achievements,
aspirations and the mission of
the young state."
Appearing under the title,
"The Mission of Israel," and
published by Robert Speller &
Sons (33 W. 42nd, NY36), Baal-
Teshuva's book "looks further
into the future of Israel, its re-
lations to the world community,
and to the Jewish people as a
who who still live in the
Diaspora."
Ccrmmeneing with quota-
tions from statesmen from
many lands, begining with

President K e n n e d y, Vice
President Johnson and for-
mer President Truman, the
book is filled with encomia—
from Eleanor Roosevelt, Dr.
Jonas Salk, Trygve Lie, Prof.

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William F. Albright, Dr. W.
C. Lowdermilk, Latin Ameri-
can, British, French and other
diplomats and many promi-
nent Zionist leaders.
A debate that will un-
doubtedly attract widest inter-
est is contained in two of the
book's essays, Dr. Martin Buber's
"Israel's Mission and Zion" in
which he differs with Israel's
Prime Minister, and David
Ben-Gurion's reply, "Zionism
ism and Pseudo-Zionism."
Adding status to the over-all
discussions in this book is the
declaration "Z i o n i s m Must
Never Die" by Dr. Abba Hillel
Silver.
The fact that the participants
in this symposium include men
like Robert St. John, Moshe
Sharett, Abba Eban, Cecil Roth,
Waldo Frank, Herman Wouk,
and others of their stature, pro-
vides an inkling of the signifi-
cance of a collection of essays
in which are discussed all
phases of Israel's development,
existence and outlook for the
future.
Adding to the merits of
"The Mission of Israel" are
the many illustrations and
especially the reproduction of
Israeli art by noted painters,
some of them in color.
Jacob Baal - Teshiva, the
author, is a native of Jerusalem
who served in the Haganah at
the age of 14. He has traveled
widely in many parts of the
world and has served as a cor-
respondent at the United
Nations.

Jewish Congress
to Compile History
of Canadian Jewry

MONTREAL (JTA)—The Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress an-
nounced that it will begin com-
piling material on the history of
Canadian Jewry since 1900 to
be used in the publication in
1967 of a volume on the subject
scheduled to appear in connec-
tion with the centennial observ-
ance of. Canadian Confederation.
Sheldon J. Godfrey of Toronto
will be in charge of the project.
The early history of Canadian
Jewry. was already published by
the CJC several years ago. That
work, "History of the Jews in
Canada," was written by B. G.
Sack of Montreal.

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23 -- THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Frid ay, June 28, 1963

UJA Honors Israel's Ambassadors

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