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November 12, 1971 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-11-12

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Defiditeile7 :76kOst i-Decticate4'73:,_
r ou.oct. 14, the Philip and Anna Slomovits Forest_
ri(as dedieated,by flue Karen Ka
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ltonI Flufd=on the road, to .leniftPlein,,nearthe
:Burma 11/.dad -In attendance at the _dedication:, were
' itors -from
Detr.olters .11/ho have settled in -lsrael,..vis
Detroit, Israeli. leaders and members - of the- Christian
Bible Students of :

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12—Friday! Nor miler,

0 , 1971

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Orthodox . 4ew, giajmq rcOu

Ilona' Jewish Commission,àn Lzk
and Publit Affairs (COLPA)kwill;
handle the detente of an 'Orthodok
Jew •:*he ; claims he was* - denied
employment as a court- reporter
fort the New York Family _Court
because he have _to,;- ieave
early on Fridays during the winter
months. -

Julius Berman, president, of
COLPA said that - COLPA has
been receiving .`-liumereus coin;
plaints of discrimination which we
are in the process of negotiating
with employers" so as to reach
settlements without going to court.

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as applied to psiblinnmployment
4nee 1.9130-and. private employment
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South Africa's Orthodox and Re-
form rabbis have joined with
church spokesmen in urging the
government, to institute a judicial

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A groundswell of opinion
against the arrest;without-trill
laws has developed here. -- Chief
Rabbi B. M. 'CasPet and-•Rabbi_
A. H. Lapin of Cape Town, both
Orthodox; were joined by Reform
Chief Minister A:- S. Super of
Johannesburg and •Dr. David
Sherman,. Cspe Town's Reform
leader, in asiociathig themselves
with the Protestii. Each rabbi de-
livered a sermon last..aeek on
the subjeet.' . • '

Rabbi -Sillier said "The teachings

of Judaism' =impel' -us .to- jOill in
the demand for a full judicial in-
quiry into the fate of detainees.
Justice -and humanity and the good
name of South Africa.also - demand
It.,,
The Board of Deputies said the
rabbis, were entitled to speak out
where they felt moral principles
were impugned.
G. Baron, general secretary of
the board, said it was difficult, to
Present the: complex position of
South African Jewry 111 . 4 manner
that' eoUld be easily understood
nVerseali., He. insisteckthit this 'does
not mean that South African Jews
take a neutral position.
. Satin, Said' there was • no mono--
Wide structure in the Jewish corn-
inanity, here, And the same differ-
ences exist among Jewish citizens
'on political finiitterknnanyingi Mai;
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South African Rabbis Protest Strict
Govt. Terrorist Act; -Jewish Board Mute

inquiry into the recent death of
a political detainee and the hos-
pitalization of another.
But while the rabbis publicly
expressed their concern, the South
African Jewish Board of Deputies
took the position that. it -could not
speak for South African Jewry on
the matter and decided to take no
stand.
The
who died was one
of 20 persons - arrested in police
raids and held without trial under
the .Terrorism. Act

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