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January 12, 1968 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-01-12

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18—Friday, January 12, 1968

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Judge Milliner Reaffirms Early
San pport of Genocide Convention

Former Judge Charles Ruhiner,
in a statement made by him this
week to The Jewish News, reaf-
firmed the position he and many
lawyers took in support of the UN
Genocide Convention which thus
far has failed to get American
support.
Commenting on The Jewish News
editorial in which the statement of
James N. Rosenberg was quoted
in criticism of the stand taken by
the American Bar Association,
Judge Ruhiner pointed out that he
had supported the Genocide Con-
vention when he was president of
the Detroit Bar Association. In his
statement, Judge Ruhiner declared:
"Your editorial 'Genocide: Ba-
sic Principle Abandoned by
Senate,' in the issue of Dec. 29,
focuses attention again on the
discouraging frustration which
has been suffered by all persons
concerned with the preservation
of the most elementary of all
rights—the right to live.
"Seventy nations — many of
them not distinguished for their
recognition of democratic prin-
ciples or themselves famous for
their zealous protection of civil
liberties — have deemed it just
that the United Nations Geno-
cide Convention be affirmed and
ratified by them; not, however,
the United Nations.

Sharako Elected
to G & W Board

Announcement of the election of
Sam Sharako to the hoard of di- •
rectors of Gooderham & Worts,
Ltd.. was made here by Ray W.
Sibbert. G&W president.
Sharako, after
32 years of serv-
ice to the liquor
industry is man-
ager of Control
States for G&W.
a position he has
held since 1961
Ile began his car.
eer in 1934 with
the Michigan Li-
quor Control
Commission. S i x Sharako
years later, he joined G&W - as a
salesman in Michigan. Moving!
steadily up the corporate ladder.:
he was named sales supervisor in
1947. Michigan state manager from
1949 through 1959, and asistant
manager of monopoly states in'
1961. Now Sharako is G&W's top
man in the 17 control states.
Under his direction. sales of
G&W leading brands -- Lauder's
Scotch, G&W Seven Star. Cana-
dian Rich & Rare. Private Stock
Bourbon, Five O'Clock Vodka and
Gin — have shown tremendous
sales increases in Control States.
"Right now." Sharako said, "I'm
particularly excited about two
G&W brands . . Lauder's Scotch
and Canadian Rich & Rare. We call
Lauder's UNSTOPPABLE .. . and
it truly is. With its 34 year old
name, its full 86 proof, and its new
reduced price. Lauder's is setting
sales records all over the country.
And it looks like we'll have an-
other record setter, too. Canadian
Rich & Rare, just introduced into
the United States, is moving up
fast . . and we foresee a great
future for it."
Sharako was born in Chicago.
but moved to Michigan at an early
age. He, his • wife and four chil-
dren reside in Bloomfield Hills,
Mich.

An ANT

IS NOT A RELATIVE!

Call
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"It is particularly baffling to
follow the distorted reasoning of
the American Bar Association
that the protection of rights
'basically . . . relates to internal
affairs and not to international
matters.' The eminent Mr. James
N. Rosenberg, a pillar of the bar
in his time and a distinguished
figure in many other fields, is on
completely solid ground in tak-
ing the association to task for
its myopic outlook.
"The image of the American
Bar Association as a conserva-
tive—if not reactionary—body is
not helped by its attitude toward
the Genocide Convention. Many
lawyers have indicated their re-
sentment by refusing to affiliate
with the Association. Included
is the writer who so abstained

even during his term as presi-
dentof the Detroit Bar Associa-
tion."
The Jewish News Dec, 29 edi-
torial was inspired by a declara-
tion by President .Johnson express-
ing a positive view on the UN
Genocide Convention. A national
campaign urging the U.S. Senate's
Concurrence with the principle is
now in progress.

AJCommittee Plans
Continuation of Series
on Catholic and Jew

Development Started
on Golan Heights Area

ment work, in particular road
Expanding upon last year's inau- building and soil reclamation, has 0"/ will sell you a new 0
been
started by the Jewish Nation-
gural series on Catholic-Jewish re-
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American Jewish Road building there is dictated by
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security
considerations.
Committee will
At the same time, the JNF is .money than any dealer ilm
hold two lectures
on the role of the carrying through a comprehensive El in or out of the city. =
Bible this month. soil survey in this region, to deter- OT R Y ME TODAY!" 0
On Jan. 21 at mine the extent of land to be re-
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Temple Israel, 8 claimed and the methods to be em-
II BILL SNETHKAMP, Inc. =
p.m., there will ployed.
16430 Woodward,
JNF development work includes
be a discussion
VIVIP
Highland Park
1 blk. S. of 6 Ml.
of the role of the also drainage operations, both upon CO
Bible in Jewish the Golan Plateau and along its
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and Christian his- western edge near the Jordan in-
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tory. At Gesu flow into Lake Kinneret, where in- O
Parish at 8 p.m., undations have to be prevented in
Jan. 28, the dis- winter.
Rabbi Syme cussion will focus 4.413:-." -.sa -x.*:<7.1.x ..:ex< :4.4z--::- .4-c-: - ,m,: xie,.:>:-*>, ::::::w>ssx:Asce,:xac<xseK2K
on the role of the Bible in modern
Jewish and Christian life and in ?I.
the development of Israel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme of Temple
Israel and Rabbi Morton Kanter
of Temple Beth El will partici- ',...:
pate in this series, as will the Rev. S
Raymond Ellis, pastor of St. and
Ce- ,.1.
cilia's Church. and Rev. Edw
N
Hartmann, S.J., associate profes- , :.,,

sor of theology at the University ;
of Detroit. Discussion after -the lec- l',::-
. Lures will continue over coffee and 1:t1
• cake at each session. The public ' '.
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