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July 12, 1968 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-12

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Friday, July 12, 1968-5

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Community Relations Body Deplores Violence

In a message to the conference,
gain collectively within the scope
(Continued from Page 1)
In its statements on violence and of the National Labor Relations President Johnson lauded the
non-violence, the NCRAC said that Act.
council's efforts in the enactment
In an address keynoting the
non-violent action ."to provoke
of
recent civil rights legislation.
Materials in the building, plan- change through judicial review or plenary, Band warned that the
A new dimension in vacation
American
Jewish
community
has
a
living for Detroit's senior citizens ned by Lewis G. Redstone Asso- orderly political action," even when "massive stake" in the urban crisis
is opening up as a result of plan- ciates, Inc., will be field stone unlawful, "may serve the pro- and must not become "disengaged"
ning by the Tamarack Hills Au- and mahogany to blend in with foundest interests of a democracy" from it "because some Negroes are
the country setting. All buildings by correcting injustices. But it
thority and the Jewish Center.
violent, or ungrateful or anti-
The Henry M. Butzel Senior Cit- will have electric heat to main- foresaw "danger of a progressive Semitic."
tain
a
constant
temperature
year-
izens Village and Conference Cen-
impairment of orderly democratic
He called the present struggle
ter will be constructed at Camp round. -
procedures by groups using vio- "a crisis of conscience" and said
Tamarack in
i Ortonville within the
A central pavilion will house lence who not only determine that American Jews cannot with-
next two years to provide com- the dining rooms, library, rooms democratic processes themselves draw from positive efforts to
fortable accommodations and an for crafts and other activities, two but also invite the political repres- solve it "without forfeiting what
interesting program of activities kitchens and two lounges. The Jew- sion of civil liberties."
Jews have gained over many
for older people in a country set- ish Center will be in charge of
An advocate of black separatism years and without repudiating
ting.
planning the leisure time programs who addressed the sessions de- the very principles of democratic
The village was made possible for the senior guests.
pluralism on which we have rest-
scribed integration as a threat to
through a gift from the estate of
Plans are to utilize the village the Negro's cultural identity and ed our claim to equal accept-
the late Judge Butzel and a con- throughout the spring, winter and argued before the Jewish com-
ance."
tribution from the Jack C. and fall as a conference center for munity relations leaders for parti-
Samuel P. Gordon Memorial Fund. groups, in addition to its summer tioning an independent Negro
One of three guest houses will use, according to Bert L. Smokier "homeland" in the United States
be named the Jack C. and Samuel chairman of., the building commit- where blacks could create a
P. Gordon House. The fund was tee and co-chairman of the Tama- "majority culture." His separatist
possible through gifts from Harvey rack Hills Authority.
arguments ran contrary to the
Gordon, Mrs. Jack P. Gordon, Pearl
Presently under construction views of the agencies comprising
Gordon, Mrs. Arnold B. Wallace,
are the roads, water supply, the council, who have rejected
Mrs. Byron Canvasser and Mrs.
caretaker's
home - and the lake, "separate but equal" as "equally
Samuel P. Gordon.
fallacious whether advanced by
Smokier
said.
The capital needs committee
Nathan Silverman is co-chairman white segregationists or Negro
of Federation, headed by Irving
separatists."
Rose, approved the plans and of the Tamarack Hills Authority,
Prof. Robert S. Browne of Fair-
and
serving
on
the
committee
are
allocated supplementary funds
A. Arnold Agree, William Avrunin, leigh Dickinson University, a
to make the project possible.
The guest houses will contain N. Brewster Broder, Charles Gil- leader in the Black Power Confer-
told the NCRAC plenary
eight bedrooms and baths and a son, Irvin Hermanoff, Maxwell E. ence,
lounge. The houses are so de- Katzen, Milton M. Maddin, Milton session here that "full integration
signed that all rooms will look K. Mahler, Nathan L. Milstein, Dr. can only mean full assimilation—
out on a man-made lake which Irving Posner. Mrs. Julian H. Scott, a loss of racial identity." He said
Dr. Peter Shifrin and Richard that "this sobering prospect has
is now under construction.
It is planned that three addi- Sloan. Sam Marcus is the executive caused many a black integration-
tional guest houses be added in secretary, and A. G. Brown, resi- ist to pause and reflect, even as
future years to make it possible dent superintendent at camp, will have some of his similarly chal-
lenged Jewish counterparts."
supervise construction.
to house 96 guests.
Bayard Rustin, the Negro civil
r
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issue with Prof. Browne before
...
the NCRAC gathering, rejected
separatism as "totally unrealistic."
The Negro community lacks eco-
nomic political and sociological
elements for a viable partitioned
state, Rustin said.
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Participants in the conference
from Detroit were Lawrence Gu-

Butzel Senior Citizens Village
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council executive director, and
Harold Dubin, community affairs
associate. Michael Pelavin repre-
sented Flint.
Jordan C. Band of Cleveland was
reelected to a second one-year
term as NCRAC chairman.
In a resolution following an
unscheduled talk by Cesar Cha-
vez, leader of the United Farm
Workers Organization Commit-
tee, the NCRAC agencies urged
federal and state investigations
of "repressive measures" against
Mexican-Americans working in
the California grape fields who
seeking to unionize them-
:= are
selves.
The resolution asked legislative
action to afford agricultural work-
E ers the right to organize and bar-

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