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November 26, 1965 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-11-26

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Senate Urged to A pply Regulation
to Extremist 'Let Freedom Ring'

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A legal telephone anouncements the sta-
authority on libel urged a Senate tutory standards currently appli-
committee to apply to recorded cable to radio broadcasts.
Marvin Berger, associate pub-
lisher of the New York Law Jour-
SEE THE ALL NEW
nal, cited the activities of Let
1966 CHEVROLET
Freedom Ring, an extremist pro-
paganda organization using the
automatic announcement services
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of telephone companies as evi-
IS THE BEST PLACE
dence of the need for such regula-
tion.
TO GET YOUR CAR."
Berger, formerly g e n e r al
• Better Service
counsel for the New York Post,
testified on behalf of the Anti-
• Better Deals
Defamation League of Bnai
MORE REPEAT
Brith before a subcommittee of
CUSTOMERS SAY:
the Senate Commerce Commit-
tee. He stressed the similarity
of recorded telephone anounce-
ments makiog "abusive and lib-
elous attacks on individuals and
institutions" to radio broad-
casts which might be guilty of
similar breaches.
20811 W. 8 Mile Road
He declared his support for sev-
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eral bills recently introduced into
Congress which would "strip the
mask of anonymity from those

who use the automatic anounce-

ment service." Berger said that

• the League favors the bill recent-

• ly introduced by Congressman

Benjamin S. Rosenthal of New

York because, in addition, it re-
• quires the preservation of tapes

• used in such recordings.

Let Freedom Ring message sta-

• tions now operate in the largest


cities of the U.S. including De-
• troit, which boasts ten tape ma-


chines with ten telephone num-

bers.


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Young Israel Center of Oak-Woods
24061 Coolidge Highway, Oak Park
Friday, November 26, 8:00 P.M.

FORUM: STEMMING THE TIDE OF ACCULTURA-
TION ON THE CAMPUS.

MODERATOR: Rabbi Ephraim Sturm, National

Director of Young Israel

Two Eastern and two Midwestern
college students.

SABBATH NOVEMBER 27—services at 9:00 A.M.
Sermon: Rabbi Shupert Spero

Young Israel of Cleveland

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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF YOUNG ISRAEL
CONVENTION SABBATH

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4:15 P.M.
Speaker at Seuda Shlishis
Rabbi Abraham Pellberg
Young Israel of St. Louis

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED

Community Council Tells NW Residents. •
`Stay in Area, and Face Up to Problem'

"If you people don't face up to
your own problems, no amount of
leadership from the Jewish Com-
munity Council will help you," 75
concerned Northwest area resi-
dents were told at a meeting deal
ing with neighborhood conserva-
tion Tuesday evening.
Alvin Kushner, community af-
fairs associate of the Jewish Com-
munity Council, was answering an
attack on Jewish community lead-
ership for its "failure to take a
forthright stand," as one member
of the audience charged. The meet-
ing took place at the Esther Ber-
man Building of the United He-
brew Schools.
The Parent-Teachers Organi-
zation at Esther Berman spon-
sored the program to focus at-
tention -on the mounting problem
of a changing neighborhood.
When one listener complained
that the rabbis aren't telling their
congregations to stay in the area,
another piped up: "The rabbis are
moving too." Kushner retorted:
"The rabbi doesn't move; the
synagogue doesn't move. The con-
gregation moves . . . If you tell
us what you want us (the Council)
to do, we'll do it."

Bertrand Sandweiss, assistant
principal of Mumford High School,
who shared the speaker's stand
with Kushner, was in agreement:
"A school is the reflection of the
community. Perhaps we can give
some direction, but we can't take
responsibility for everything that
happens."
Sandweiss praised the quality
of education at Mumford and
added that "if quality integrated
education is possible anywhere,
it is in this community." He
pointed out that the people who
are moving into the area are
"fine, substantial people . . .
looking for a better life."
Safety and discipline are not
problems at Mumford, Sandweiss
said. There is a foot patrolman on
the school grounds who has suc-
cessfully eliminated the non-stu-
dent loiterers, "and the normal
school problems of discipline are
under control." The worst prob-
lem, Sandweiss added, "is rumors
that have no foundation in fact."

He cited the Mumford Action
Program and Parents Club as "an
effective group, biracial, with tre-

mendous leadership."
A member of the audience, a
Negro, spoke up, "We have some
good leaders—Negro and white—
and we must work together.
There's no point in running. We
all have a responsibility to each
other."

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Activities

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EAST SIDE CHAPTER will hold
its annual membership tea 12:30
p.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Sol Robins, 15401 Rosemary, Oak
Park. Authoress Mrs. Irving Isaacs,
treasurer of metropolitan Bnai
Brith Women, will speak. Refresh-
ments will be served. Mrs. Irving
Winkelman is membership reten-
tion chairman.
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BUSINESS AND PROFESSION-
AL CHAPTER will present a
dance 9 p.m. Dec. 5 at Beth Abra-
ham Synagoue. Music will be pro-
vided by Eric Rosenow's Contin-
ental Orchestra. Social mixers will
be featured, and refreshments will
be served. Jewish men and women
of the community are invited at
a nominal donation.
* * *
GEORGE GERSHWIN CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at
the Oak Park Community Center
for a Hanukah party. There will be
a grab bag and a presentation of
"The Trial," directed by Mrs.
Morris Fishkin. Guests invited;
* * *
DOWNTOWN FOX CHAPTER
will hold a games party 8:30 p.m.
Dec. 8 at the Sholem Aleichem
Institute. There will be refresh-
ments and prizes. Husbands and
friends are invited. Nominal ad-
mission charge.
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ISRAEL CHAPTER will hold a
rummage sale at 11300 Woodward
Dec. 13-15. The women will be
selling an assortment of clothes,
furniture, toys books and antiques.

23000 WOODWARD AVE., FERNDALE
2 Blks. No.
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BBW to Coordinate
Anti-Poverty Programs

WASHINGTON — A comprehen-
sive plan to give national direc-
tion and coordination to antipover-
ty projects conducted by Bnai
Brith Women chapters throughout
the country was launched at the
executive board meeting.
Mrs. Arthur G. Rosenbluth, BBW
president, who announced the
plan, said it sets up a clearing
house of information on BBW anti-
poverty activities, centers respon-
sibility for coordinating BBW pro-
grams in this area with those of
its agencies, and provides for
establishment of new antipoverty
programs under national auspices.
Named as national antipoverty
chairman was Mrs. D. J. Wasser-
strom of Kansas City, Mo.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
14—Friday, November 26, 1965

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