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July 12, 1974 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-12

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Bercrer's Anti-Israel Line
Takes On an Irish Accent

The notorious Rabbi El-
mer Berger, formerly . of the
anti-Israel and anti-Zionist
American Council for Jud-
aism, (also former rabbi in
Pontiac and Flint), who left
the ranks of the ACJ for an
even more extreme anti-Is-
rael movement, has shown
up in — of all places — Ire-
/ Ian --
1
.ias become involved
there in Arab anti-Israel ac-

tivities, and a London Jew-
ish Chronicle report states
that he has become the great
"catch" for the Arab anti-
Zionists in Ireland.

Berger is in interesting
company — Arabists such as
Christopher Mayhew, mem-
ber of Parliament, and the
Irish Arab Society informa-
tion officer, Atif Matouk, a
native of Damascus, who op-
erates from an office in the
center of Dublin.
The Irish Arab Society,
formed five years ago with
the support of businessmen
who had interests in the Mid-
east, has financial assistance
from the Arab League.
Other support comes from
nationalist and Republican
groups who equate the Pal-
estinian problem with the
struggle in Ireland, and from
Arab students in the univer-
sities.
The Ireland Israel Friend-
ship League, headed by noted
Irish journalist Gabriel Fal-
lon, attempts to combat the
pro-Arab effort, although it
does not have the finances
commanded by the Arab
group.

MAGICIAN

Richard Kux has been re-
elected to a second term as
president of the Jewish Cen-
ter. N. Brewster Broder was
re-elected chairman of the
Center executive committee.
The Board also named Hugh
W. Greenberg, George Fried
man, Mrs. Samuel Babcock
and Julian S. Tobias, vice
presidents; Joel D. Tauber,
secretary; and Hershel Stu-
art, treasurer. Thomas I.
Klein, Lawrence Jackier and
Mrs. Victor Shiffman were
elected executive committee
members-at-large. Named to
new three year board terms
were Milton Barnett, Jay
Kogan, Mrs. Maurice Kurz-
mann, Mrs. Leo Greeklin,
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to the board were Mrs. Charles
Abramson, George Friedman,
Thomas I. Klein, Richard Kux,
Louis LaMed, Samuel Linden,
Mrs. Arthur Rice, Joel D. Tauber
and Julian S. Tobias.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Harry Weinberg, Young 85

At 85, Harry Weinberg re- girl. They were married on
tains such great love for the May 12, 1918.
Yiddish theater, with recol-
Weinberg's wife and their
lections of years of activity children, the Joseph Turners,
in the art of acting, that the Robert Weinbergs, Herbert
elders at the Jewish Center Scheins and Herbert Wein-
in whose behalf he devotes bergs, arranged a party in
much of his time continue to honor of his 85th birthday on
look to him as a master in- July 4 at the Schein home.
terpreter of the art of acting. Also present were the Wein-
bergs' nine grandchildren
At 16, he acted with some and relatives and friends.
of the great performers,
Humorist Philip Imber re-
chief among them Menashe cited a poem in Yiddish
Skulnick, who became one of about Weinberg's many ac-
his intimate friends.
tivities since his youth.
He was acting in Cleve-
Weinberg, who conducted
land when he spotted a the Jewish Hour on radio for
pretty girl, Jennie Gross, in many years, has been active
the audience. He asked the in the Jewish Center Retired
famous musical director who Businessmen's Club. He was
then already directed his in the shoe business before
company — Samuel Solomon "retiring" to his present ac-
— to introduce him to the tive life.

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Yeshiva U. Friends Lament

Hundreds of dollars in
checks made out to the De-
troit Friends of Yeshiva Un-
iversity have been returned
to their senders — but not
because the Yeshive U.
group decided to make its
recent annual dinner "on the
house."

Jack M. Levine, a mem-
ber of the Yeshiva Univer-
sity staff who coordinated
the dinner, reports that a re-
cent change in the post office
route system was responsible
for the foul-up.
Levine had requested that
after June 7, all mail ad-
dressed to the Washington
Blvd. Building dinner head-
quarters be forwarded to
Yeshiva University in New
York.
However, he learned later,
the Post Office procedure
had been changed and the
regular carrier on the route
was no longer personally
handling mail to be for-
warded. Now, it was being
sorted by clerks who were
unaware of the existence of
a Yeshiva U. office in the
Washington Blvd. building.
They were returning all such
mail to the sender.
These envelopes were ad-
dressed not only to Detroit
Friends, but also to Joseph
Jackier, chairman of the din-
ner, to Jack Bushkin and to
Levine himself.
Compounding the problem
was the fact that many who
had sent checks failed to
write return addresses on
the reply envelopes. Those
envelopes wound up in the
dead letter section. Only if
the clerk finds an address on
the check can it be returned
to the sender. Thus, some
persons will have to wait un-
til they receive their bank
statement to know if their
checks were forwarded or
lost.
Levine asks that all who

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