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November 08, 1974 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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42—Friday, Nov. 8, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Library Group Formed

A number of librarians in
Jewish institutions in the De-
troit metropolitan area have
banded together to form a
local Jewish library associa-
tion.
An organization meeting
was held Oct. 30 at Cong.
Beth Abraham-Hillel at which
librarians from Orthodox,
Conservative, and Ref or m
synagogues met and laid the
groundwork for the - new
group.
The new-born organization,
which has not yet formally
chosen a name, has as its
purpose mutual self-help, ex-
change of information, inter-
library cooperation, and rais-
ing professional standards
in the Jewish library field.

ERIC ROSENOW

and his Continentals



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Music & Enterialinnent

It is open to any librarian
of the Jewish library in the
area, regardless of the type
of institution or denomina-
tion.
The next meeting of the
group has been scheduled for
Jan. 9 at Cong. Shaarey Ze-
dek, at which time a name
will be seleeted and a pro
gram planned;
Anyone wishing informa-
tion may contact Mrs. Mae
Weine, 'librarian at Beth
Abraham-Hillel, 851-6880.

Workmen's Circle
Branch to Gather

Workmen's Circle New
Americans Branch will have
a meeting 8:30 p.m. Saturday
at the Workmen's Circle Cen-
ter.
Rabbi Charles H. Rozenz-
weig will speak on 'Who Is a
Jew?" Refreshments will be
served, and guests are in-
vited. For information, call
the president, Mrs. Sonia
Popowski, 557-3994.

Singles to Bowl

People Without Partners of
the Jewisp Center will bowl
9:30 p.m. Sunday at the Oak
Park Lanes. Non-bowlers and
guests are invited.

Judge Thorburn Dismisses Machpelah Cemetery Lawsuit

Oakland County Circuit
Court Judge James S. Thor-
burn Wednesday signed an
order declaring the suit con-
testing control of Machpelah
Cemetery dismissed with
prejudice.
The suit, brought against
the Machpelah Cemetery As-
sociation by Congs.' Beth
Jacob-Mogain , Abraham and
Bnai Israel-Beth Yehuda con-

Rabbi's Letter on UNICEF
Receives Two Critical Replies

The Jewish News has re-
ceived t w o responses to
Rabbi Jack Goldman's recent
letter (Oct. 25) criticizing the
United Nations Childrens'
Emergency Fund for not aid-
ing Israeli children.
Dr. Mark H. Saidman, a
Farmington dentist, w r o t e
_that he has communicated
With the executive director of .
UNICEF who reported that
Israel formally asked in 1971
that no further assistance be
granted.

Bonds to. Honor
Dr. Irvin Kanat

Dr. Irvin 0. Kanat will be
presented with the Israel Sol-
idarity Award at an Israel
Bond stag reception at 8:30
p.m. Nov. 21 at the home of
Charity knows neither race Dr. Alan Nickamin, 28775
nor creed. —Talmud
Bell, Southfield.
Dr. Kanat, president of the
American Podiatry Associa-
tion, is being honored by his

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Dr. Saidman said Golda
Meir thanked UNICEF - for
its previous assistance and
expressed hope that Israel
*could become a contributting
nation to the fund in the
future.
He said UNICEF has re-
cently approved an Israeli
government request for re-
habilitation of schools and
health centers damaged in
the 1973 Yom Kippur War.
Dr. Saidman wrote,
"UNICEF receives funds
from 120 nations, and dis-
perses these funds to 112 de-
serving nations. As a country
becomes better able to serve
its own needs, it is dropped
from the aid list.
"As a matter of fact, Saudi
Arabia has not been allo-
cated funds since 1971. Dur-
ing 1974-75 the government
of Saudi Arabia will donate
$1,000,000 to UNICEF."
Dr. Saidman chided Rabbi
Goldman's references to
"little Jewish trick or treat-
ers" as demeaning, and said
the letter could spread ill
feelings toward the Jewish
community.
In response to a Jewish
News query, World-Union
Press correspondent David
Horowitz at the UN said that
"Rabbi Goldman m a y be
right on Halloween. How-
ever, I believe he is wrong
on UNICEF."
Horowitz said UNICEF
serves children around the
world regardless of r c e ,
color or creed, "It is one of
the positive UN agen-
cies . . .
Horowitz .• said that Zena
Harman, wife of the presi-
dent of Hebrew University,
served ,as chairman of the
UNICEF executive board for
'many years. Her husband is
former Israeli ambassador to
the U.S. •

the congregations were guilty
of laches, or delay which
caused them to lose the rights
they may ordinarily have in
bringing the suit.
The suit was first brought
by the congregations in 1940
when the Oppenheim family,
the trustees, reorganized tbe
cemetery as a non-profit cor-
poration. Purchasers of lots
became the owners and
monies from these purchases
w e r e deposited into two
funds, one to pay for current
cemetery maintenance, and
the other to provide for the
cemetery's maintenance
when it is filled.
The congregations, relying
on an earlier interest in the
cemetery brought suit charg-
ing that they were entitled to
the funds raised by tht ceme-

tery. That suit and a later
suit in 1960 were both dis-
missed.
The congregations, now
since merged with other
synagogues, brought the cur-
rent suit in January based on
,depositions they had ob-
tained explaining that be-
cause of their earlier interest
in the cemetery they were
still-entitled to participate in
the cemetery control.
However, since they had
allowed for so much time to
pass, that the court advised
that the suit be dismissed.

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testing control of the ceme--
tery's funds, can no longer
be heard by the Circuit Court.
However, the congregations
have 20 days to appeal be-
fore the Court of Appeals.
In his ruling, Judge Thor-
burn stated that the congre-
gations, the plaintiffs in the
case, did not show a cause
of action — a cause to bring
suit for damages and that

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