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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-05-29

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Leaders in All Walks of Life Will Join to Honor
Sen. Patrick McNamara at June 6 Banquet

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Michigan's senior senator, Pat-
rick V. McNamara, will be honored
at a banquet sponsored by the
Trade Union Council for Histadrut,
6:30 p.m., Saturday, June 6, in the
Fountain Ballroom of the Masonic
Temple.
Many notables, prominent in the
fields of government, labor, indus-
try, education and religion, will
attend this community event,
among them being: Senator Philip
A. Hart, Mayor Jerome P. Cav-
anagh, G. Mennen Williams, Assis-
tant Secretary of State for African
Affairs, who is bringing his family
from Washington for this special
event, Judge George Edwards,
U.S. District Court of Appeals,
Attorney-General Frank 3. Kelley,
Congressman Neil Staebler, and
Gregory J. Bardacke, national
executive director of the Trade
Union -Council for Histadrut.
The honorary chairman is Mayor
Cavanagh. The toastmaster will be
Al Barbour, president of the
Wayne County AFL-CIO Council.
Co-chairmen of the dinner com-
mittee are George Ames, Edward
C. Levy and Bernard J. Young-
blood.
Among the speakers will be
Emil Mazey, secretary-treasurer,
UAW, who has just returned from
a study tour of Israel, where he
participated in an inspection tour
of Histadrut institutions, and Mor-
ris Lieberman, a national vice-
chairman of Histadrut. The presi-
dent of the Common Council of
Detroit, Ed Carey, and the presi-
dent pro tern of the Council, Ed-
ward Connor, will present a resolu-
tion bearing witness to the distin-
guished record of Senator Mc-
Namara. Messages of congratula-

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VIENNA—Right-wing daily news-
paper "Neue Tageszeitung" ceased
publication because of financial
difficulties after 17 years of exist-
destined to assume important posi- ence. Vienna now has 10 daily pa-
tions of leadership. The Senator's pers for a population of 1,600,000.
interest in and concern for people
GOING TO A COCKTAIL PARTY?
is epitomized by his request that
Shirlee Koblin, house-
Surwin's have the largest selection
the proceeds of the tribute to him
elegant coutoure designer long
wife states, "For the
be made available for the Histad- of
and short cocktail dress boutiques.
ultimate in Great Ad-
rut scholarship fund.
Priced from $39 to $399
vertising, see Murry
In 1963, Histadrut granted 1,789
SURWIN'S
Koblin"-18039 Wyo-
high school scholarships; 1,117
Lot G, Northland Center
ming—UN 1-5600
vocational scholarships, and 345
college scholarships. The total,
3,251, constitutes a little more
than half of the 7,098 applications.
1964
Senator and Mrs. McNamara
have been invited to visit Israel
in the near future as guests of
Histadrut.
Among the institutions which
Histadrut has built in Israel with
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funds raised in Detroit are the
Technical Youth Center in Jeru-
salem built with donations from
the Amalgamated Clothing Work-
ers; the Isaac Litwak Youth Center
SHORE CHEVROLET CO.
in Acre; a Youth Center in Holon
TW 1-0600
12240 Jos. Campau
Res. LI 8.4119
bearing the name of the distin-
guished labor leader, Walter Reu-
ther; the Harry Schumer Youth
Center in Acre; a Children's Home
in Givat Chaim which was built
with proceeds from a testimonial
dinner honoring Norman Cottler,
treasurer of the Detroit Israel
Is Doing Business Under
Histadrut Campaign; and a cul-
tural center at Beth Shemesh, a
The Capable Leadership of
I. 1,000,000 project, now in the
process of construction, made pos-
sible through the generous con-
tributions of Mrs. Emma Schaver
in memory of her husband, Mor-
ris L. Schaver.
With 41 Years Insurance Experience
Senator McNamara, a lifelong
trade union member and leader,
Our improved and efficient staff is here
was formerly a member of the
Detroit Common Council, Detroit
and able to serve all your insurance needs!
Board of Education, Regional
Planning Commission, area rent
director, executive secretary of
the Michigan Pension League,
vice-president of the W a y n e
County Federation of Labor and
Complete Insurance Service
for 10 years a member of the
United States Senate.
A long-time advocate of Federal
"medicare" plans, the Senator is
chairman of a special sub-commit-
Diamond 1-7300
tee on health of the aging which is
investigating the cost, adequacy
and coverage of the elderly by
private insurance plans.
Among the key individuals to
whom credit is given making the
dinner a success are: George Ames,
Al Barbour, Irving Bluestone, Irv-
ing Bronson, William Hordes, Ar-
thur King, W. Harry Lane, Ed-
ward C. Levy, Morris Lieberman,
Isaac Litwak, Harry Schumer,
Nathan Tarnow, John F. Williams,
Myra Wolfgang and Bernard J.
(Across From Dexter Davison Market
J. Spitzer
Youngblood.
For reservations call UN 4-7096
or write to the Senator Patrick V.
McNamara Tribute Dinner Com-
mittee, 19161 Schaefer, Detroit 35.

HAIRRY ABRAM

SENATOR McNAMARA

tions are coming in from all parts
of the nation, including Senators
Hubert H. Humphrey and Stuart
Symington, personal friends of the
Senator.
Visitors from out of town will
include a delegation representing
the International Union of the
Plumbing and Pipefitting Indus-
try.
Representing the State of Is-
rael at the dinner will be Yaa-
cov Morris, a member of the
Israel Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, and a special representative
of the State of Israel to the
United States.
Senator McNamara, who con-
sented to the testimonial dinner
in his name, accepted only if the
proceeds could go to some worth-
while project, in this case in the
State of Israel. Histadrut will set
up a scholarship fund bearing the
Senator's name to enable Israeli
teenagers of diverse backgrounds
to acquire skills vital for a progres-
sive society. Israel, confronted
with many complex problems, does
not yet provide free secondary
education for children beyond the
age of 14.
Scholarships are given on the
basis of merit and need and the
students are free to select their
own institutions of learning. Many
of the teenagers are young Arabs,
citizens of Israel who were born
and raised there and who are

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Canadian Minister Tells
of Tries to Curb Hate
Without Hurting Freedom

TORONTO (JTA) — Canada's
government is wresting earnestly
with the problem of curbing dis-
tribution of hate materials with-
out infringing upon traditional
guarantees of freedom of speech,
Paul Martin, the dominion's mini-
ster for external affairs, told
a Jewish audience here.
Martin, addressing a meeting
of the Beth Sholom Synagogue
Brotherhood, condemned roundly
the recent outbreak of hate litera-
ture distribution throughout the
country, most of it anti-Semitic
and anti-Negro.
Meanwhile, an assurance that the
provincial government of Quebec
is planning to introduce a bill out-
lawing discrimination in employ-
ment was received here by officials
of the Canadian Jewish Congress.
The promise that the Quebec
Legislature would receive a fair
employment practice bill was sent
to the Congress by the office of
Quebec Prime Minister Jean Le-
sage.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, May 29, 1964
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