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November 01, 1963 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1963-11-01

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N. BREWSTER BRODER

ber of the board of directors of
the Jewish Community Center
and the Centers' campaign com-
mittee chairman. He has been
an officer of the real estate di-
vision of the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign.
The award takes the form of
a grant established by Mrs.
Frank A. Wetsman and William

M. Wetsman in memory of hus-
band and father, Frank A. Wets-
man, to enable a young com-
munal leader to attend the gen-
eral assembly of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds.
The award was established
with the conviction that devoted

an dinterested young commu-
nity leaders provide assurance
of the future vitality and cul-

tural entity of the Detroit Jew-
ish. community.

Students Propose
Seat for Jew on
Quebec's Council

MONTREAL (JTA)—Students
McGill University here have
voted that at least one mem-

at

ber of the proposed new Su-
perior Council of Education in
this province should be Jewish,
according to the McGill Daily.
the student newspaper. The
newspaper stated that student
delegates "professing the Ro-
man Catholic, Protestant and
Jewish faiths" have endorsed
such a proposal unanimously.
A resolution adopted by the
McGill students declared: "Of
the total enrollment at Protes-
tant schools, 25 per cent in the
primary grades and 34 per cent
in the secondary schools come
from families of the Jewish
faith. Our overriding obliga-
tion is to protect confessional
differences; every sizable re-
ligious group deserves this con-
sideration." The r es o l u t ion
pointed out that, at the time
the present basic law, the Brit-
ish North America Act, came
into force, in 1867, "few Jews
lived in Canada."
On a related matter, the east-
ern region of the Canadian
Jewish Congress stated, in a
written submission to the Royal
Commission on Taxation in this
province, that Jews in the
Metropolitan area outside Mon-
treal and Outremont "are de-
nied the benefits of the Educa-
tion Act, as amended in 1961.
which provides for the payment
of tuition for children attending
recognized independent high
schools."

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Byron B. Gerson, Herbert A.
Greenstone, Harry Kay, Emil Rose,
Meyer Rosenbaum, Jack Schechter,
Bernard Wein, G. Lionel Willens,
jewelry; Jack M. Citron, Alvin Lewis,
Al Sacks, Milton H. Sims, Irwin
Tamler, Norman Wachler, Seymour
Wasserman, men's wear; Eric Daniel,
store fixtures; Harry Rosenfeld,
Norman Eisenshtadt, Morton Hack,
S. Richard Kotzer, Harry Rosen-
feld, Norman Rosenfeld, Fred Sher-
man, Nathan Slawin, shoes; Richard
M .Cohen, Marvin E. Frenkel, Ben-
jamin D. Lieberman, William Wets-
man, dry goods; Emil Jacobs, Louis
S. Lazarus, Al Sklare, variety stores;
Ivor J. Kahn, Richard A. Kahn,
Kurt West, children's wear; David
I. Askenase, Arthur Beckwith,
Walter D. Feldmesser, Harry J.
Goldberg, Nate Goldman, Warren
Greenstone, Joshua M. Horwitz,

Eugene Kraft, Arthur Leebove,
Bernard Moray, Alex Sklar, James
L. Stein, David Tabashnik, George
E. Wyman, furniture and allied sec-
tions; Louis N. Beerman, Louis
Davidson, Nathan N. Fierberg, Mac
R. Fisher, Manuel M. Hartman,
Charles Himelhoch, Harry Matlin,
Max Osnos, Bernard Walker, Fred
Winkelman, department stores and
women's apparel; David M. Feerer,
furriers.

Four Jewish Leaders
Elected in Sao Paulo

SAO PAULO, (JTA) — Four
Jewish candidates were elected
last Sunday to the Sao Paulo
Municipal Chamber. The total
number of votes for H e 1 i o
Dejtiar and Marcos Kertzmann
reflected steady support from
non-Jewish voters. Sender Fich-
man was elected largely by
votes from- the Jewish quarter
of the city. David Lerer, the
Socialist candidate( was t h e
favorite of the Metallurgical
Wokers Union.

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Honoring

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and

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Tuesday, November 26, 6 p.m.at Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Northwestern at 11 Mile Road, Southfield

Guest Speaker

Rabbi
Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein

President, Bar-Ilan University

General Banquet Chairman

IRWIN I. COHN

Honorary Chairman

MAX M. FISHER

Dr. Lookstein at Bar Ilan University

Honorary Co-chairmen:

ABRAHAM BORMAN
CHARLES GROSBERG
EDWARD C. LEVY

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JUDGE JOHN M. WISE
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Co-chairmen, Banquet Committee

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JULIUS ROTENBERG

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The Mercantile Division of
the Detroit Service Group will
hold its biannual elections, 8
p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 19, at the
Furniture Club, 18940 Schaefer.
Nominees of the mercantile
division are: Stanley J. Winkel-
man, chairman; Israel Davidson,
counselor; Marvin G. Alexan-
der, Louis Tabashnik, represen-
tatives to the board of gover-
nors, Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion; Peter D. Brown, Martin
Felder, Benjamin Frank, Harold
L. Kaplan, Lewis H. Manning,
David S. Mondry, Irving Po-
kempner, Harold A. Robinson,
Joseph Ross, Ernest J. Schwartz,
Louis Tabashnik, Daniel Wino-
grad, representatives to the
board of directors, Detroit Serv-
ice Group. The division board
of directors nominees are:

aaqutaitoN , sup lia—senam

N. Brewster Broder has been
named the 1963 recipient of the
Frank A. Wetsman Memorial
Leadership Award "to the young
person who has consistently
given outstanding service to the
Jewish Welfare Federation and
its constituent agencies."
He is a member of the mid-
west board of governors of the
Jewish Welfare Board, a mem-
ber of the executive committee
of Metropolitan U.S.O., a mem-

Mercantile Division Election on Nov. 19

E961

N. B. Broder
Is Winner of
Wetsman Award

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