Friday, December 20, 1963—THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS-22
Veterans. Council Honors Levinson Canadian Jewish
Study on Winnipeg
Brown Is Elected
President of Center
The Center Businessmen's
Club of the Jewish Center elect-
ed David B. Brown, president;
Irving Lyons and Julius Wal-
lace, vice - presidents; Morris
Halperin, treasurer; Maurice Se-
ligman and Abe Broder, secre-
Abe Rosen was elected as an
honorary member of the board
of directors. Joseph Brown and
Harry Brod are incumbents re-
maining on the board with three
vacancies yet to be filled by the
executive committee of the or-
MONTREAL, (JTA) — The
Canadian Jewish Congress has
published a study of the growth
and changes in the distribution
of the Jewish population of
Winnipeg, based on the 1961
census. The study was compiled
by Louis Rosenberg, director of
the Congress Research Bureau.
The study deals with the
changes in the geographic dis-
tribution of the Jewish popula-
tion in the Metropolitan census
area of Winnipeg and in each
of the census tracts in the cen-
sus years of 1941, 1951 and 1961.
The statistics used are of those
who reported themselves in the
1951 and 1961 censuses as
Jewish by religion.
The study reveals that in
1961 Winnipeg was the third
largest Jewish community in
Canada, although it is the fourth
largest city in the country, with
a total Jewish population of
Ben Levinson (right) was presented with a plaque Dec. 9 19,376 or 4.1 per cent of the
by the Allied Veterans Council "in grateful appreciation of total community.
compassionate understanding and continuing effort and leader-
Although the total population
ship on behalf of the fund for parties for children of hospital- of Metropolitan Winnipeg has
ized veterans." The award was presented to him by U.S Attor- increased by 34.4 per cent from
ney Lawrence Gubow (left), with former commander of the 1951 to 1961, the Jewish popu-
AMVETS Fred K. Persons delivering one of the addresses lation has only increased 4.7
per cent over the same period.
This percentage increase is less
than the 33.4 per cent increase
1,000 Athletes from 32 Nations
in the Jewish population of
Metropolitan Toronto and 27.1
to Compete in 7th Maccabian Games per cent increase of Metropoli-
(Direct JTA Teletype Wire
Games Committee. The body tan Montreal.
to The Jewish News)
Detroiter Lou Handler
LONDON—The seventh Mac-
cabiath will be held in the sec- as an
Cohen, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
ond half of August, 1965, with was
accompanied by Max J.
an estimated participation of Lovell of New York City and
"CANCER FACTS AND FIG-
1,000 athletes from 32 countries, Robert E. Rosenberg of Man- URES-1964," a 32-page refer-
including at least 135 from the hasset, N.Y., a vice-president ence manual on America's sec-
United States, the executive and treasurer of the Sports ond greatest killer, has been
board of the International Mac-
Israel Conunittee, tradi- made available by the American
cabian Games Committee said for
tional sponsor of United States Cancer Society.
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participation in the World
The meeting, at which board Maccabiah Games in Israel.
chairman Pierre Goldesgame
The international conclave in MEXICO, with its 75 dancers,
presided, was called to plan the London was called to determine singers and native instrumental-
Maccabiah. Participants includ- the date for the 1965 Games, as ists, will appear at Detroit's Ma-
ed Shalom Zisman, Deputy well as to set up an Israeli Or-
Auditorium Jan. 3 and 4.
Mayor of Ramat Gan and presi- ganizing Committee, establish sonic
dent of the Israeli Olympics competitive standards and to tour of the
the United States and
Committee; Haskell Cohen, chair- select venues.
Canada, following their first ap-
man of the American Commit-
The United States delegation pearance in this country last
tee for Sports in Israel; David went to London f oll o wing spring
and its second appear-
Kopenhagen of Brazil and Fred "Sports for Israel" biennial ance in Masonic Auditorium
Oberlander of Canada.
elections in New York on Dec. this season.
Goldesgame said the existing 11, at which the organization's
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Maccabiah village near Ramat entire slate of officers was re-
Gan can handle 600 partici- elected. In addition to Cohen, present its holiday
pants, but it is hoped to ex- Lovell and Rosenberg, those re- Detroit theater-goers.
pand this capacity to 1,000 by turned to office included vice- 26 Vanguard will unwrap
president George Konheim of comedy, "You'll Never Know",
Among the 20 events in the Beverly Hills, Calif.; secretary adapted by P. G. Wodehouse
seventh Maccabiah will be Judo Dr. S. L. Winnick of New York
decorated with the music
and Golf for the first time. He City, and associate treasurer and
added that Olympic records Marcel Loeb of New York City.
would continue to be the yard-
Two veteran Committee mem-
stick of performances at the bers, Jack Abramson of Jamaica U. S. Fixes Limits
Estates, New York, and Frank
Participants will have the Horowitz of New York City also on Israel Textiles
opportunity to tour Israel on were named to newly created
WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
a wide scale.
vice-presidential posts, while United States announced this
Cohen said that some of the Charles Ornstein of Washington, week an agreement with Israel
American athletes would be D.C., one of the original found- to limits its cotton textile ex-
of world fame.
ers of the Committee was un- ports of the United States over
Goldesgame thanked the Ra- animously nominated honorary a four-year period ending Sep-
mat Gan municipality and its vice-president. Jules Schwartz tember 30, 1967.
Mayor Abraham Krinitzi for co- of Philadelphia, Martin L. Cohen A similar agreement with the
operation in use of the main and Leo Merson were redesig- United • Arab Republic was an-
Maccabiah arena, the Ramat nated regional vice-presidents. nounced at the same time. Sim-
ilar pates were negotiated previ-
Gam stadium, and said he was
ceratin that Ramat Gan and Parkside Hospital,
ously with Japan, Spain, Jamaica,
Taiwan and Hong Kong.
other local officials in Israel
The agreements take the place
would cooperate in the future Butzel Home Are
as heartily as they had in the Condemned for Project of restraint actions the United
Parkside Hospital, a Negro States had taken to curb cotton
A three-man United States institution which had the early textile imports which have in-
delegation, . headed by recently support of the late Fred M. creased 300,000,000 square yards
all sources during the last
re-elected president Haskell Co- Butzel,
is• contributing its equip- from
hen of the United States Com- ment and
The agreement with Israel
mittee-Sports for Israel, is cur- cash to Boulevard General Hos-
rently in London attending the pital on being forced out of stipulates that during the 12-
first meeting of the newly-form- existence by the Medical Center month period ending next Oct. 1,
total textile imports to the
ed International Ma c c abiah Redevelopment Project.
United States will be limited to
First founded in 1918 as 12,500,000 square yards, com-
$250,000 In Israel Bonds
Dunbar Hospital, the medical pared with Israeli exports to this
Sold at Labor-Management
facility was reorganized in 1932 country of 10,700,000 square
Dinner in Philadelphia
under a new board of directors, yards in the preceding 12
Representatives of labor and headed by Butzel and Dr. War- months. A five per cent growth
management this week purchas- ren L. Babcock, as Parkside in such exports by Israel each
ed more than $250,000 in State Hospital.
year is provided thereafter.
of Israel Bonds at a dinner held When Butzel died, he left his
in Philadelphia in honor of home at 299 Mack to the hos-
One-time Polish national hop-
Henry Segal, treasurer of the pital fro a nurses home. The step - and - jump - champion
International Brotherhood of home, too, has now been con- Ziggy Weinberg is regarded as
Pulp,- Sulphite and Paper Mill demned as part of the new re- his country's leading track and
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VIENNA, (JTA) — Two cabi-
net members were elected as
co-presidents of a new organiza-
tion, the Austrian-Israeli Soci-
ety, designated as a "bridge"
between the Jewish State and
this country. The officials are
Otto Probst, Minister of Corn-
munication and Power; and Dr.
Ludwig Steiner, State Secretary
in the Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs. Mrs. Hermona Simon, wife
of the Israeli Ambassador to
Austria, was chosen vice-presi-
After an address on the his-
torical developments of Jewry
in this century by Israeli Am-
bassador Simon, Dr. Steiner told
the meeting that "it would be
desirable to build a bridge be-
tween the Austrian and Israeli
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