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July 04, 1969 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-07-04

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Fraternal Group's
18—Friday, July 4, 1969
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Calls for 'Law and

Leader

Order'

KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (JTA)
—Brith Abraham, a national Jew-
ish fraternal order, opened its
82nd annual convention here with
a call for support of "law and
order" and a denunciation of
racists—black and white—who al-
legedly spread "hatred against
Jews into our colleges."
Louis G. Baiirer, grand master,
warned in a keynote speech that
"the spread of black anti-Semitism
will weaken the capacity of both
groups (Negroes and Jews) in
their fight against the true racists
of our society."
Baurer told the 400 delegates
that Jews have made great con-
tributions to the cause of civil
rights but believe in "law and
order. not in violent demonstra-
tions." He denounced the demands
by some black militants for S300,-
000,000 in "reparations" to be paid
to Negroes, for their suffering, by
white churches and synagogues.

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Miss Berk of Toronto Tisha b'Av Appeal Is Slated by JNF
on Tisha b'Av," state Stollman
The annual Tisha b'Av appeal in
to Wed Gerald E. Title behalf
and Cohen.
of the Jewish National

Fund and its many land reclama-
tion and development projects in
Israel, will be conducted in con-
gregations throughout Michigan
July 23 and 24, it was announced
by Philip Stollman and Harry
Cohen, co-chairmen of the JNF
religious groups committee.
Stollman and Cohen urged rabbis
and synagogue lay leaders through-
out the state to carry on the tra-
ditional appeal "so that every
worshiper has an opportunity to
demonstrate his devotion to the
land and people of Israel in their
time of need.
"The message of the state of
Israel, its people, its struggles
and its triumphs will again be
brought to the congregants who
are gathered in the synagogues I

Proceeds of this year's appeal
will go toward the development of
land and planting of trees in the
new border areas of Israel. while
preparing it for settlement,

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MISS BEVERLY BERK

Mr. and Mrs. William Berk of
Toronto announce the engagement
of their daughter Beverly Diane to
Gerald Edward Title, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Monroe Title of La Seine
Ct., Southfield.
Miss Berk was graduated from
Wayne State University's college
of education. Her fiance attends
Wayne's law school and received
his bachelors degree from WSU's
college of business administration.
He is affiliated with Pi Delta Phi
fraternity and Tau Epsilon Rho,
legal fraternity,
A Nov. 27 wedding is planned.

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