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June 15, 1973 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-06-15

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on 1 6 Center Hebrew Club
90,
Going
Michigan
Department
Urges
32—Friday, June 15, 1973
• i to Open at Center
Starting July 11, the He-
Aid
to
Viet
Veterans;
Elects
Bale
Crown Heights Hasidim, Blacks
brew department of the Jew-
JWV
National
Commander
A series of resolutions call-
ish Center will sponsor a
ing for special benefits to re- Norman D. Tilles attended
Reportedly
Concur
on
Traffic
summer Hebrew Club, meet-

the business session at which

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

turning veterans of the Viet-
ing 1-3 p.m. Wednesdays at
NEW YORK (JTA) — A en on the black during a nam War was approved by delegates called for the State
the main building and 7-9
restricted
period.
black clergyman in the ra-
delegates to the recent 32nd Legislature to enact legisla-
p.m. Wednesdays at the 10
One
was
driven
by
Dr.
cially mixed Crown Heights
annual convention of the De- tion to provide bonuses for
Mile branch.
section of 'Brooklyn reported Rufus Nichols, a black physi- partment of Michigan, Jew- time served and for counsel-
The club is open to every-
cian
who
lives
on
the
block,
that an agreement had been
ish War Veterans, at the ing and rehabilitation clinics
one who has some profi-
reached with leaders of the and the other by a patient. Sheraton Pontiac - Bloomfield for Vietnam veterans; for the
ciency in Hebrew language,
legislature to amend all exist-
Lubavitcher movement to The 'hasidim charged the Motel, Pontiac.
and the course will be di-
ing
statutes
on
veteran
bene-
end a dispute over police cars were driven "reckless-
Joe Bale was elected com-
vided into three sections
fits
to
include
Vietnam
vet-
barricades limiting access to ly."
The black clergyman. Rev. mander of the department; erans: and for the Congress
according to knowledge. Two
a service road which passes
Leonard Green, senior vice
As
teachers in each class will
the United Lubavitcher Syna- Clarence Norman, said Fri- commander; William Green- to enact a GI Bill of Rights

It
day that "we have received
give lectures and lead dis-
gogue.
Mrs. Rae Thomas, a resi-
berg, junior vice command- pertaining to tuition fees, ed-
The area was the scene of assurances from Jewish er; Arthur M. Lang, judge ucation and training of Viet- dent of Federation Apart- cussions, readings and
games. For information, call
a clash between several hun- leaders that no traffic will advocate; and Harry Fried- nam veterans.
ments, was honored by her
dred hasidim and police on be interfered with in travel- man, quartermaster.
The delegates also urged friends and relatives on the the Hebrew department, DI
June 2 which erupted when ing through this area."
employers and labor unions occasion of her 90th birthday 1-4200.
Rev. Norman, who is presi-
patrolmen tried to arrest
to
provide employment for at a party Wednesday after-
three hasidic youth charged dent of the interracial and
these veterans and to estab- noon at the 10 Mile Jewish
interfaith
Crown
Heights
Cler-
with battering two cars driv-
lish preferential employment Center. Mrs. Thomas has
gy Council, urged that dri-
practices for them.
••• • •• • •••••• • •• 00000 • . vers
four children, 11 grandchil-
"bear in mind the safe-
:
Among the other resolu- dren and 19 great-grandchil-
ty of those children and
: • adults entering and leaving
i M
Mrs. Benjamin Rubin has tions were one expressing dren. At first, her daughter

• services" at the Lubavitcher been
CUSTOM

elected president of the continued support for the Rose said, Mrs. Thomas de-
• • HOUSEHOLD SALES • ' Synagogue.
Department of Michigan Jew- Jackson Amendment and clined the party because she
FRAMING
IN YOUR HOME •S This was a reference to a ish War Veterans Auxiliary. Mills-Vanik Bill as aids to didn't want to miss a day of

work
at
the
Jewish
Voca-
Soviet
Jews;
and
another
: ESTATES LIQUIDATED • claim by a Lubavitcher
A member of Yetz-Cohen

RESTORATIONS
• • spokesman, Rabbi Yehuda Auxiliary for more than 20 calling on the U.S. and UN to tional Service Community
MARION


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Krinsky, that the barricades, years, Mrs. Rubin has served expend all efforts to aid Jews Workshop.
626-8402
:
, used during the past three the group and the Depart- living in Arab lands.
IRENE

"Art Linkletter Schools

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626-4769

Honored by the department
o years, were meant only to ment of Michigan in numer-

have
a few openings left

-••••••••••••••••••••••• protect worshippers, partic-
for their achievements in the
in Nursery School.
Past year were Bale, Harry
ularly children, who congre-
Free busing, too!"
Birmingham
Friedman, Arthur M. Lang,
gate outside the synagogue
Art Linkletter Schools
and Sidney Lantz, each of
on Saturdays. He said last
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Rev. Norman also urged
The Department of Michi-
both communities "to respect
gan will dedicate its new me-
i„ic Jruisi for the 2 i3criminatin9
the rights of one another and
morial home at an open
TiL icai entertainment
not to be goaded into con-
house 1 5 p.m. June 24.
frontation which would only
by
serve the interests of those
II
School
Accepting
who would tear our com-
and Iii Orchestra
munity apart."
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Also elected at the recent through the 11th grade and
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The audio-lingual Hebrew
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guard.
and youth and teen groups
are included in planned activ-
ities. Bus transportation is
available. For information,
call the synagogue office,
581-6880.

JWV

SOL YETZ - MORRIS CO-
HEN POST will meet 9 p.m.
Monday at the JWV home.
The auxiliary will begin its
usual summer program of
holding one meeting per
month, with the next meeting
scheduled for July 16.

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ber, traesurer. Board mem-
bers are the following:

Ben Berry, William Farber.
Emanuel Feinberg, Fred Gold, Sol
Hammerstein, Da/ld Leibowitz,
Carl Lichtenstein, Abe I. Morri-
son, Harry Nachman, Harry Par-
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Julius Wainer, Milton Weiss and
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and Prof. JOSHUA JORT-
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by the Tel Aviv Municipality.
Prof. Harari, dean of the
Weizmann Institute's Fein-
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the Annenberg Chair in High
Energy Physics.

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