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June 12, 1964 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1964-06-12

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Jewish Publication Society Marks
75th Anniversary; Re-Elect Satinsky
President; Honor Judge Horace Stern

(Special to The Jewish News)
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—Marking
its 75th anniversary, at the annual
meeting held here Sunday, the
Jewish Publication Society of
America dedicated its remodeled
building and announced plans for
a continuing program of book pub-
lishing that will include a mini-
mum of 15 classics and several
new paperbacks during the corn-
ing year.
Sol Satinsky was reelected
president of the society at sessions
held during the afternoon at the
JPS building on North 15th Street.
In the evening, at the anniversary
dinner at the Warwick Hotel,
Judge Horace Stern, who was
elected honorary president of the
society, was honored on the occa-
sion of his having rounded out 50 .
years of service to the society.
Three speakers—Dr. Solomon
Grayzel, who was reelected edi- -
tor of the society; Edwin Wolf
II, who was reelected chairman
of the publications committee,
and Morris Wolf, father of Ed-
win, who had himself served for
a number of years as a JPS trus-
tee and whose father, Edwin
Wolf I, was a JPS president—
outlined the history of JPS, de-
scribed the dire need for the
JPS as a Jewish educational
medium in this country and
urged uninterrupted aid for the
movement as one of the vital
means of strengthening Amer-
ican Jewry in its aims for crea-
tivity and survival.
Joseph M. First, vice president
of the society, was chairman of
the day and toastmaster at the din-
ner.
Justice Stern was named hon-
orary president, along with Judge
Louis E. Levinthal and J. Solis-
Cohen, Jr.
Joseph M. First and David C.
Melnicoff were newly elected vice

UJA's Top Leaders
End Three-Day Probe
of Immediate Needs

ONCHIOT A, N.Y. (JTA) —
Twenty-three members of the exec-
utive committee of the United
Jewish Appeal, made up of top
leaders of the UJA and commu-
nity leaders from all over the
eountry, concluded a three-day
concentrated examination of the
immediate and long range respon-
sibilities facing UJA, in the orga-
nization's first executive commit-
tee retreat.
Led by Joseph Meyerhoff of
Baltimore, UJA general chair-
man, and Rabbi Herbert A.
Friedman, UJA executive vice
chairman, the UJA's policy-
making leaders held an extended
consideration of immigration,
absorption and allied problems
in Israel along with continuing
and changing Jewish needs in
Europe, North Africa and other
ovreseas areas.
The retreat also considered
problems of campaigning and
building leadership in 1965.
Louis Pincus, treasurer of the
Jewish Agency for Israel, and
Moses A. Leavitt, executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, reviewed the needs
facing their organizations. Special
reports were given to the gather-
ing by Myrtle H. Karp, national
UJA Women's Division chairman,
and Charles Bensley, member of a
special national conference on Is-
rael education problems Sept. 17-
18 in New York City under UJA
auspices.
Others who reported• at the re-
treat included M. M. Warburg,
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee; William Rosenwald,
honorary chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal; and Mrs. Rose
Halprin, chairman of the Amer-
ican Section of the Jewish Agency
for Israel.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, June 12, 1964
9

Canadian Jewish Women Ask Premier to Curb Hate

TORONTO (JTA) — The board
of directors of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women of Canada
sent to Prime Minister Lester
Pearson a resolution calling for
presidents of the society, along stronger federal legislation against
with Dr. Jacob R. Marcus, Bernard dissemination of material inciting
L. Frankel and Bernard G. Segal, to racial and religious hatred.
all re-elected.
The resolution, a copy of which
Myer Feinstein was reelected also was sent to Justice Minister
treasurer and Jerome J. Shestack Guy Favreau, called for immediate
was reelected secretary.
amendments to the criminal code
Newly elected JPS trustees were to provide stronger safeguards
Edward H. Rosen, Philadelphia, against such material.
and Harold L. Zellerbach, of San
The resolution also asked the
Francisco.
government to examine use of

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