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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
32—Friday, May 18, 1973
Citizens Lobby Picks Organizer
for Oakland County - Operation
to liarry ill lull ,
Klein Saluted, Sidlow Re-Elected,
Beth El Youth Cited at Assembly
The community paid tri- lens that in yesteryears things we won't be without
bute Tuesday evening to Wal- Would have been handled by (when Klein leaves). Those
In the five months the ter E. Klein at the final dele- ideological parties, move- are the things that Walter
The Michigan Citizens
Lobby announced the ap- Lobby has been operating as gate assembly of his career ments and isms. But today built."
pointment of Doreen Braver- a nonprofit corporation, it as director of the Jewish they are handled differently
Besides Sidlow, other offi-
—by voluntary agencies." The cers elected at the assembly
man to head the Lobby's op- has made its presence felt in Community Council.
erations in Oakland County. Lansing, said Miss Braver-
Klein has been with the involvement of lay leadership were Rabbi Hayim Donin,
Miss Braverman, a special man. A MCL proposal pro- Council for 28 years, 13 of and of professional skills, Lewis S. Grossman and Ber-
education teacher, said the hibiting junkets by lame- them as director. He will re- he said, are the two prerequi- nard Panush, vice presidents;
sites that make communal Mrs. Aaron B. Shifman, sec-
purpose of the Lobby is "to dusk legislators was passed tire Sept. 1.
give the solid majority of by the Senate in March.
The assembly, attended by agencies vital and programs retary; and John Shepherd,
our citizens, the taxpayers, Legislation to cut prescrip- more than 300 at Cong. Beth effective.
a more effective voice in tion drug prices drafted by Achim, re-elected Hubert
On the issue of Russian
Elected to the executive
government at the local, MCL is before the Legisla- Sidlow as president for the Jewry, Minkoff said, the De- committee were Henry Aus-
county and state levels. The ture, she said.
coming term. However, the troit council was active long lander, Morris Brandwine,
rich have a powerful voice
The biggest project riOt assembly was chaired by before the entire community Mrs. Philip Fealk, Mitchell
a:id so do the special in- now, Miss Braverman added, Vice President Lewis Gross- was involved. And in the Feldman, Morris Friedman,
MISS NANCY FELDMAN
terests, but not those of us "is to put an end to dis- man because Sidlow is re- fight for civil rights, Detroit Harold Gales, Mrs. Selma
who work for a living."
honesty and incompetence in cuperating from a heart at- and other Jewish commun- Goode, Miles Jaffe, Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving B.
ities played a role "long be- Vernon Leopold, Bernard Feldman of Adrian Ave..
the auto repair industry. An tack.
auto repair survey we took
The sixth annual Youth fore there were any allies." Linden, Dr. Theodore Man- Southfield, announce the
The Best To You
in Macomb, Oakland and Social Action Award, hence- Many communities have dell, Norman Naimark, John gagement of their daught,_
Wayne counties revealed a forth to be called the Walter benefited, as well, from De- Nemon, Daniel Pevos, Mrs. Nancy to D r . Ted H.
desperate need for action in E. Klein Youth Award, was troit's use of the mass media Albert Rosenblum, Mrs. Ma- Schwartzenfeld, son of Mr.
this area, and we have intro- given by the Council to the to explore various issues, he tilda Rubin and Irving Tukel. and Mrs. Alfred P. Schwartz-
duced legislation in Lansing Young People's Society of added.
enfeld of Briar Dr., Oak
Tributes to Klein also were Combined School
to license auto mechanics Temple Beth El. Bertha Brot-
and auto repair businesses." man, chairman of the award extended by Judge Lawrence
III SIC . . .
Miss Feldman was gradu-
A citizen drive to push this committee, presented the Gubow, past Council presi- Takes Registrants
ated from Michigan State
bill through Legislature will trophy to Hugh Broder, pres-
1/(• • ISIO‘S
The Combined Jewish University and received her
be announced in the next few ident of the youth group, and bringing him into the Jewish
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headquartered at the master's degree from Wayne
community as an activist 21
weeks, she said.
Labor Zionist Institute, is en- State University. Her fiance
Honorable mentions were
Her first task "is to find
Krohn, on behalf of the Coun- rolling pupils for the 1973-74 was graduated from Wayne
concerned citizens willing to given to the Shaarey Zedek cil executive committee and school year. The school, and the Kansas City College
help out in each of the cities Junior Congregation and officers; and by Philip Good- which has an ethnic and of Osteopathic Medicine.
and townships in Oakland Temple Kol Ami.
A July wedding is planned.
man and Toby Lantz, com- secular orientation, teaches
County. No prior political ex-
The award is presented to mander and president, re- Hebrew and Yiddish. Its
perience is needed." Inter- the Jewish youth group which , spectively
the Jewish War curriculum includes the his-
ested persons may contact has made the most signifi- I Veterans, of Department of tory, literature and traditions
Miss Braverman at 642-2747,
Michigan and its Auxiliary. of the Jewish people. Holi-
or 6521 Red Maple Lane, past year in the areas of com-
Goodman presented a day celebrations involving
munity service and social
in commendation of the entire family are stress-
contributions to the ed, along with a Bar Mitzva
for your party
Isaiah Minkoff, executive
The world belongs to the
and to JWV, of program.
energetic.—Ralph W. Emer- vice president of the Nation- which he is a longtime mem-
For information, call Mrs.
al Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council and ber. Mrs. Lantz gave several Sylvia Segall, 851-1807, 3-6
undisputed dean of the Jew-
ish community relations pro- Veterans Story" to Klein and and Thursday and 9:30 a.m.-
fessionals, praised his collea• to the Council library. Pres- 12:30 p.m. Sunday.
WITH A FLAIR
For All Occasions
gue Klein as "one of the arch- ent at the assembly were
itects of the Jewish com- Klein's wife, Esther, and
Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Showers
munity of Detroit."
He said that Klein's ent-
Available for Parties
rance on the community re- tive vice president of the • Mood Music • Sing-a-long, etc.
lations scene after his dis- saluted Klein as a profession-
Also has Portable Organ
charge from the Navy in
1945 was at the beginning of al "who knows how to take
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reality out of rhetoric." He
Jewish community. The after- decried the tendency to re-
gard community relations as
math of the Holocaust "chal-
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ish self-assertion and greater
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The most demanding task, soned discussion ought to be
Candids — Movies — Portraits
said Minkoff, is to educate applied.
Of Klein, whom he has
the Jewish community to the
concept of a pluralistic socie-
ty made up of groups and Avrunin said, "Walter intro-
subgroups, emphasizing the duced reason into a field
"cooperativeness that has re- where credit often takes the
place of achievement. It re-
diamon d al /he 4ifid puce.
flects on the kind of agency
relations we deal with prob- program he directs. Some
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