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December 08, 1978 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-12-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, December 8, 1918

Detroit Round Table Projects Are Given
Spirit at Fete Honoring Ford's Caldwell

1"- Captains of industry,
meeting with representa-
tives of every functioning
element in the community,
at the 50th anniversary

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dinner of the Detroit Round
Table of the National Con-
ference of Christians and
Jews Nov. 29 at Cobo Hall,
renewed confidence that the
spirit will prevail and will
gain increased encourage-
ment.
Philip
--Caldwell,
president of Ford Motor Co.,
was presented with the Na-
tional Human Relations
Award by Alfred May,
president of the Detroit.
Round Table.
In an address in which he
analyzed current trends
towards achieving the best
relations between labor and
managelnent, and of attain- -

Philip Caldwell, center, vice chairman and
president of the Ford Motor Co., receives the National
Human Relations Award of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews at the 50th anniversary dinner
of the Detroit Round Table of the NCCJ. Presenting
• 'We Sell Diamonds Only
the award to Caldwell are, from left: Alfred A. May,
• By Appointment Only
president of the Detroit Round Table and trustee of
the national board of NCCJ, and Dean E. Richardson,
Call Jerry,Turken at
dinner chairman and chairman of the board of the
Manufacturers Bank and Trust Co.
The New York
Diamond Culling
ing the high goal of true Catholicism and racial
Company TM
good will and brotherhoO'd hatred.
"The Diamond Cutters"
among all peoples, Caldwell
Dean E. RichardSon,
3000 Town Center,
set forth the basic principles chairman of Manufacturers
Southfield, Michigan
which have stimulated the National Bank, as presiding
activities of the National officer for the impressive
•355-2300
Conference - of Christians evening which drew close to
and Jews.
1,200 supporters of the De-
Setting forth examples troit Round Table, added his
of the trends to eliminate commendations to the
strife, Caldwell ex- NCCJ leaders for memora-
pressed confidence that ble achievements.
The New York Diamond Cutting Company -, 1977
the idealism inherent in
Rabbi Israel Halpern, in
ommuirk
the NCCJ program will his benediction, drew upon
traditional Hebraic lore as a
prevail.
Abe Cherow, Says:
Significant in the Round blessing for the movement
Table golden anniversary that has initiated coopera-
program was the thorough tion of religiougleadership.
review of Round Table ac- The invocation was by Dr.
FOR THAT EXTRA FINE
tivities presented in the ad- James F. Anderson of the
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Table commissions have Bernardi, who culled
pursued -their tasks of as- from Jewish humor, re=
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gram that _challenges' and sang from the .plays
ARTISTIC
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NCCJ was in evidence at
the golden anniversary
event. On-the dais, with
Alfred May, Round Table
president, and Rabbi and
Mrs_ Israel Halpern were
Leonard N. Simons, Marvin
Frankel and Mr. and Mrs.
David Randleman.

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