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November 22, 1974 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Dance Weekend
Meyer Levin Warns Audience
Due at Tamarack of Government by Assassination

The Jewish Community
Center will hold its 7th annual
r, family dance weekend Nov.
:29-Dec. 1 at Camp Tamarack,
Ortonville.
The dance weekend is de-
`signed for all dancers, from
the novice to the pro. Among
the instructors are Gingi Ben-
Zeev, Ben Dolphin, Center
Dance Coordinator Harriet
Berg, Erica Herman and
•- Shelly Halper. "The Israeli
Ensemble" will perform.
The fee for the entire meek-
- end, includes meals, trans-
_ portation and instruction. For
information, or to register,
contact the center Education-
ervices office, 545-8780.

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Indicating that Yassir
Arafat is following in the foot-
prints of Adolph Hitler, au-
thor Meyer Levin warned of
a forthcoming government by
assassination, during his lec-
ture Tuesday night at Cong.
Bnai David.
Levin said that we are now
witnessing the same pattern
Hitler and his storm troop-
ers- used — killing countless
people, smashing homes and
diSrupting communities.
The author remarked, "In
the 1930s no one listened and
the whole world suffered. In
his 80-minute speech, Levin
continuously reminded his
audience that the possibility
of a second Holocaust is very
real.
Levin asserted that the on-
ly chance in the situation to-
day is "the basic one of Jew-
ish philosophy; following
what is right and warning
people of what will prevail."
Discussing American Jew-
ish writers, Levin remarked,
"Many authors. are hesitant

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to be branded Jewish writ-
ers. An author should not be
ashamed to say 'I am a Jew-
ish writer'."
According to the author,
"Some of the highest intel-
lects control Jewish culture
in this country today. Levin
gave his experiences with
the book "The Diary of Anne
Frank" as an example.
"I first read the diary in
France and contacted Anne's
father to arrange to trans-
late the book into English. I
felt the Holobaust was a
unique occurence in man's
history.
"Many American critics
and fellow writers criticized
my move and I was even
called 'insane': Parts of the
diary were censored from the
movie and play version.
• "It is incredible to believe
that in the United States the
original version is being per-
formed by various groups
secretly."
When Levin published "The
Settlers," "a Maifia-like sil-
ence prevailed, with no ma-
jor reviews published," he
complained.
"As more Jewish material
is given this silent treatment
the Jewish struggle' will di-
minish, and people will be-
gin to reason that Jekvs in
Israel are worse to the Arabs
than Nazis were to Jews,"
according to Levin.
Summarizing - his latest
novella, "The Spell of Time,"
Levin said, "I wrote a book
just for- enjoyment. The
story was developed from the
founder of Hasidism,. Rabbi.
Israel, the Baal Shem Tov.
"According to the saga,
the physical order of the uni-
verse may be altered only
for the sake of fulfilling a
predestined love. I tried to
create an old fable in the
modern sense."
Levin is also the author of
"Compulson" and "The Old
Bunch." -

Business
Briefs

AMERICAN SAVINGS
ASSOCIATION announced a
major re-alignment in its
branch management staff.
Rollin L. Parker is manager
of the Farmington Hills of-
fice; Peter L. Mattera, of
the G.ieenfield office; Leo
Frontera, Van Dyke office;
and Gilbert A. Zook, Vernor
office.
* * *
CHERRY BEAUTY SALON
in the Tel-Ex Plaza will have
a whip inflation sale:---On
Tuesday, Wednesday and on
Dec. 3', 4 and 5, a wash and
set for two people will be
charged the regular price for
one with this week's Jewish
News advertisement. During
these five days, two people
can get a wash and set from
the following operators: Ar-
lene, Cindy, Paula, Inez and
Warren. For an appointment,
call the Salon,, 3M-1737.

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Negative Footwear -
Aids Foot Problems

Negative footwear is a new
concept of comfortable, nat-
ural walking shoes now avail-
able in many shoe stores.
The shoes help alleviate poor
posture, lower back pain and
sore feet.
According to ,reports from
Phillips Shoes, "The, negative
type footwear is currently
one of the top selling shoes
for both men and women."
Identified by various trade
names, these shoes are sty ;
led to follow the body's nor-
mal rhythm of walking. The
heel is lower than the toe,
just like the mold the foot
-makes when walking in sand.
*

Oops !

Bob's Traveling Market at
Nine Mile Rd. and Ridge-
dale, known for his low
prices, announces his adver-
tisenient in the Nov. 15 issue
of The Jewish News in-adver-
If there is no justice there tently listed the wrong prices
is no peace.—Kad Ha-Kemah on two items. The ad should
have read "jumbo pineapple,
59 cents each," and "pink
se edlees grapefruit, 15
cents." Bob's carries a com-
plete line of -delicatessen,
produce, dairy, fish and spe-
cialty items. The Jewish
News regrets the error. -

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Branch Seven, Labor Zion-
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Sunday at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Slabosky,
26668 Franklin Pointe, South-
field.
Adam Simms will speak
on "Structure of the Jewish
Comrimnity Council." A dis-
cussion will follow, and re-
freshments will be served.
For information, call Mrs.
Slabosky, 352-1874.

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Bnai Moshe Singles, age
20-35, will host a dance 8
p.m. Sunday at the syna-
gogue.
American Scene Band will
perform, and refreshments
will be served. Guests are
invited. There is a charge.
For information., call the syn-
agogue, LI 8-9000.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, Nov. 22, 1974-45

ADL Blasts Boat Club Settlement

The recent settlement be7
tween the Detroit Yacht Club,
the. Detroit Boat Club and the
city of Detroit over discrim-
nation at the two private
clubs on city-owned Belle
Isle has drawn a protest from
Richard Lobenthal, regional
director of the Anti-Defama-
tion League.
Lobenthal told the recent
annual meeting of ADL that
the settlement is corrupt and
an illustration of selling out
The aspiration of minorities
for the plblic relations ap-
pearances of meeting minor-
ity demands.
Jews, he said, were gratui-
tously added to the settle-
ment.
He 'pointed out that ADL
had been nvolved in this
matter. since its inception;
had written the mayor and
his attorney on this matter,
and had not only expressed
.concern about the historic ex-
clusion of Jews, but had of-
fered asistance in settlement.
The only response was a
public relations note saying
"thank you for your interest,"
with no real effort at includ-
ing Jewish concerns in this
settlement.
Lobenthal said the ADL
was involved even before the



Commission -on Community
Relations initiated the inves•-
gation ,of complaints of dis-
crimination against blacks,
but ADL, was never even con-
tacted by any of the parties
involved in working out a
settlement.

Young N" Marrides
Plan Art Sale -

The Young N' Marrieds
club of Adat Shalom Syna-
gogue will sponsor an •art auc-
tion and exhibit 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 30 at Park West Galler-
ies, Southfield.
A champagne preview will
be held at 7:30 p.m.- For tic-
ket information, call Cathy
Pereira, 543-3241.

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