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June 28, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Fridgy, June 28, 1974-35

Criterion to Have Five-Day Outing

Criterion Club will leave 9
a.m. Wednesday from the
Southfield Parks and Recre-
ation Building for a five-day
holiday at Harbor Springs,

Michigan, it was announced
by Betty Weinberg, presi-
dent.
The club will celebrate In-
dependence Day with a pic-
nic at Harbour Inn, with
swimming, tennis, golf and
horseback riding.
There will be entertain-
ment each night, a drive
across Mackinac Bridge and
a river boat cruise.



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Taft Minimizes M. E. Nuclear
Fears; JNF Honors 13randwines

Senator Robert Taft (R.,
0.), addressing the annual
dinner meeting of the Jewish
National Fund, at Cong. Shaa-
rey Zedek, Monday night, ex-
pressed confidence that the
nuclear provisions to be
given Egypt by this country
will not be used for military
purposes.
Condemning terrorism, as-
suring uninterrupted U. S.
support of Israel, Senator
Taft urged all parties in the
Middle East conflict to work
unitedly for peace.
The senator spoke admir-
ingly of the work of Secre-
tary of State Henry Kissinger
and urged fullest cooperation
in the foundations laid for
peaceful negotiations. "Go in
good faith" in confronting
the issue, he advocated.
He expressed admiration
for the work of the JNF and
encouraged further support
for the work of land recla-
mation in Israel by the pio-
neering fund for which, he
said, he had gained great
respect.
The dinner was given in
honor of Morris and Matilda
Brandwine, in recognition of
their many services to the
Jewish community and to Is-
rael. A forest in Israel will
be planted with proceeds

The results of a recent De-
troit Free Press poll on the
wisdom of President Nixon's
agreement to supply Egypt
with nuclear fuel proves that
the "overwhelming majority
of Americans would favor
action blocking President
Nixon's proposed nuclear
technical aid for Egypt."
So stated Wayne M. Grunes
of Harlo St., Madison Heights,
in an appeal for congres-
sional action to veto the ad-
ministration's proposal. He
sent the appeal to congres-
sional and government of-
ficials. (runes said the poll
showed opposition was wide-

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At the annual JNF dinner are, from left, Morris Brand-
wine, Senator Robert Taft, Matilda Brandwine and Samuel
Frankel.

and the many serious com-
munity needs.
Participants in the pro-
gram included Cantor Hyman
Adler, Rabbi Solo mon
Poupko, Max Sosin and Max
Biber.

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from the dinner. The hon-
orees were presented with an
engraved Israel menora.
Introducing Senator Taft,
Allan Schwartz recalled the
services to this country of
the guest speaker's grand-
father, President William
Howard Taft, and his father,
the late Senator Robert Taft
Sr., in whose footsteps the
son, like his father a senator
from Ohio, has followed as
supporter of Israel and de-
fender of just rights for Jews
in Russia.
Samuel Frankel, chairman
of the annual dinner who
presided at Monday's func-
tion, and Charles Milan,
president of the JNF Council
of Detroit, took into account
the services rendered by
their committees in the ar-
rangements of the successful
event and expressed their
gratitude for the cooperation
they received.
They joined with others on
the program in honoring
Morris and Tillie Brandwine
as outstanding leaders in
m a n y of the community's
activities.
The Brandwines expressed
their appreciation for the
honors accorded them and
affirmed their continued dedi-
cation to the labors for Israel

spread "even though Detroit
has the largest Arab com-
munity in North America."
The survey, which appear-
ed in the June 19 issue of
the Free Press, drew a vote
of 80.9 per cent against pro-
vision to Egypt of nuclear
fuel for research and peace-
ful purposes. Said one re-
sponse: "It's like putting a
loaded gun in the hands of a
baby."
The other 19.8 per cent in-
cluded the comment: "It's
good the U.S. is helping some
other Middle East country
besides Israel."

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Sidney Diamond was hon-
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gressional Dinner at School-
craft College.
Diamond, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Diamond of
Greenfield Ave., was cited
for "putting the interests of
the community above per-
sonal gain even to the extent
of sacrificing monetary re-
ward to do volunteer work
on behalf of candidates and
causes."
He has been a precinct
delegate, delegate to district,
county and state conventions,
board member of the Wayne
County Democratic Commit-
tee and founding chairman
of Livonia Interested Demo-
crats.
A past president of Louis
Stone Lodge of Bnai Brith,
he won the lodge's Sidney
Strauss Man of the Year
award. Guest speaker at the
dinner w a s Congressman
Lucien Nedzi.

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