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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-30

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Gallery to Exhibit
Artwork of Detroiter

Gertrude Kasle Gallery
will open its season with an
exhibition of paintings and
drawings by Brenda Good-
man, Sept. 14-Oct. 10.
A native Detroiter, Miss
Goodman studied at Wayne
State University and the
Society of Arts and Crafts
where she received her BFA
degree. She has taught at
WSU, the Society of Arts and
Crafts, Detroit Institute of
Arts, Art Gallery of Wind-
sor and Wayne County Com-
munity College.
Her work has been shown
in public exhibitions at De-
tr-•'- Institute of Arts, Flint
I ate of Arts, Ball State
University Art Gallery, an-
nual Mid-Michigan Exhibi-
tion, Grand Rapids 5th Bien-
nial Michigan Exhibition, De-
troit Artists Invitational, De-
troit Bank and Trust and the
Scarab Club.
The gallery. located at 310
Fisher Building, is open 11
a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Satur-
day.

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Letters to Editor

Citing the recent Jewish
National Fund Dinner for
Morris and Matilda Brand-
ceed to realize their rights wine, with its attendant gift
for which their reputation and of a forest, Nathan P. Ros-
tradition of the land of origin sen has announced the estab-
entitles them.
lishment of the Nathan P.
DR. CHARLES H. KREMER Rossen Family Forest in
Romanian Jewish
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Editor, The Jewish News:
To add to your Levin list
in Purely Commentary, Aug.
9.
Amos Lev, Research Asst.,
Physics, Wayne State Uni-
versity.
Gerald S. Leventhal, Pro-
fessor, Psychology, WSU.
David Kliman Levey, Part-
time faculty, English, WSU.
Jay H. Levin, Assoc. Prof.,
Economics, WSU.
David A. Levine, Asst.
Prof., History, WSU.
Laurence Levine, Profes-
sor, Biology, WSU.
Robert S. Levine, Clinical
Instructor, Orthopedic Sur-
gery, WSU.
Seymour Levine, Assoc.
Prof., Microbiology, WSU.
Judith Levinson, Library
Asst., WSU.
Sheldon G. Levy, Asoc.
Prof., Psychology, WSU.
Carlo Levi, the Italian phy-
sician, novelist, and artist.
They may be Levis, but,
yours truly is a KORAN!

Friday, August 30, 1974-35

Rossen to Have Family Forest

Reader Tells Trifa-Related Activities

Editor, The Jewish News,
tivities, the small but con-
I am writing this letter to scientious and patriotic Ro-
you to ask you if it is pos- manian community is ready
sible to write this article on at this moment in its history
behalf of our organization to declare itself as a strong
(Romanian Jewish Federa- pillar of democracy.
We are convinced that the
tion of America, Inc.) which
is interested that the Roman- Romanian brothers will suc-
*
ian Orthodox Church is not
in the hands of a criminal
impostor, and the Union and Lubavitcher Praised for Dedications
the lost sheep of the House
League of Romanian Societies Editor, The Jewish News:
in the U.S. is not ordered by
Your story in the Aug. of Israel.
They truly deserve our
Iron Guardists and their 23, 1974 issue of the Jewish
sympathizers.
News about the magnificent praises because they not only
have a brilliant ideal, they
Trifa's men who follow him work that is being done by have accomplishments; they
the
Lubavitch
Movement
was
blindly . .. taking advantage
have a record of achievement
of indifference and impas- truly inspiring.
Under the guidance of the which is the envy of many
sivity of our authorities, by
quasi-religious groups that
fraud and bad faith, had laid Lubavitcher Rebbe, may he sit back and bemoan the
their hands on the leadership live and be well, these dedi- American-Jewish scene, de-
of the Romanian societies, on cated young men have done ploring our loss of Jewish
their treasuries and reputa- more for the preservation youth, etc., while they do
tion and desire to use these and enhancement of Yiddish- nothing about it.
assets for their extremist keit the world over than any
Lubavitch has taken the
political activity, to help re- other group. They go, literal-
bull by the horns and, in its
ly,
where
angels
fear
to
juvenate the Fascist move-
own inimical way, has
tread.
ment in America.
'Bar Mitzlias, Weddings
The unique thing about brought Torah and Yiddish-
All these activities take them is that they do not seek keit into Jewish hearts where
and special occasions
place under the disguise and out their own and try to find those concepts were long ab-
Garson Zeltzer
under the shelter of the comfort as a "Tsaddik in sent. The world Jewish com-
Photography
Christian church and as anti- peltz" in the circle of their munity should h el p and
Communist activities.
own confreres. They go strengthen them whenever
559-7876
Against all these . . . ac- where there" are Jews who and wherever it is possible.
have forgotten what Judaism
Sincerely yours,
is, and they try to reclaim
RABBI JACK GOLDMAN,
*
*
Jewish Chaplain,
Let The Professionals Perform
Macomb County
Prof. Moss Adds
Community College

Eleanor Heyman

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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insurance agency for 50
years, retired six years ago
and has visited Israel several
times.
He was
director
re
of Hist-
Hist-
radrut, JNF, and a member
of the Prime Minister's Club.

35,000 Envoys to Go

to Parleys in Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Some 35,000 delegates from
abroad have already regis-
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international c on g r esses
scheduled to be held in Israel
in 1975, the tourism ministry
has announced.
Outstanding for its size will
be the 25th International
Congress for Pure and Ap-
plied Chemistry in early July
with about 3,500 delegates
participating; 2,000 delegates
are expected for the 10th
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Reader Skeptical
of Russia's Role
in Mideast Crisis

Editor, The Jewish News:
Recent Russian actions
have tended to lull interna-
tional leaders to an oblivion
of the bitter realities. The
fact is that the Suez Canal
is the Russian quid pro quo
for detente in the Middle
East.
Soviet Premier Kosygin's
proposal for peace in Cyprus
is merely a diversionary tac-
tic in accomplishing Russia's
primary goal of control of
the Suez Canal.
Let's assume, and I sug-
gest that it is so, that Syrian
military maneuvers on the
Golan Heights are direct re-
sults of billions of dollars of
Soviet arms that were quietly
funneled into Syria. It takes
a little imagination to see
then that Russia surface-to-
air missiles and MIG fighter
LEONARD W. MOSS
planes could easily provoke
Department of Anthropology
Syria into a fifth armed con-
College of Liberal Arts
flict in the Middle East. As-
Wayne State University
suming this is the bitter re-
alities, it is understandable
why Israeli leaders are ex-
pressing "grave concern."
History is amazed that the
United States is f o o l i s h
enough to want to supply
Russia with Export-Import
Bank loans, w h e a t and
American sophisticated tech-
nical equipment. The lessons
of history provide a different
messa g e that warns us
against subsidizing Russian
industry at taxpayers ex-
pense, especially since de-
tente with Russia is merely
illusory.
JOHN R. McCAULEY
Northville

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