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November 29, 1974 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44—Friday, Nov. 29, 1974

Joseph Handlemans Honored
by Dropsie University Friends

SALLY AND JOSEPH HANDLEMAN

The center enables stu-
dents to gain a better under-
standing of the force of corn-
niunications, especially in re-
lation to the Jewish people
and Jewish scholarship.
The Handlemans' philan-
thropic interests have includ-
ed Israel, the University of
Miami, and the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
He is co-chairman of the
board of trustees of Beth
David Congregation, Miami,
and a member of the board
of governors of Dropsie Uni-
versity.
Only five other persons

have received the presiden-


tial citation in Dropsie's 67-
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Han-
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Friends of Dropsie University
Dec. 15.
The Handlemans, of Detroit
and Miami, will be recog-
nized as recipients-elect of
the "University Distinguished
Presidential Citation."
The Handlemans are being
honored as innovators and
benefactors of the Handleman
Communications Center at
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People
Make News

tude of some sectors within Jews living in Argentina in
peace and harmony.
the Peronist movement.
Reflecting upon Peron's
Peron, according to Dr.
Cohen Imach, restated his relationship with the Jewish
Dr. Bryan P. Sshumaker
praise of the Jewish commu- community, Dr. Cohen Imach
nity and permitted Jewish said Peron represented "a of Southfield was award
refugees to find haven in Ar- guarantee" in the sense that his MD degree at Michigan
(Copyright 1974, JTA, Inc.)
under his government and State :University College of
"The nation has lost an ex- gentina, despite protests from inspiration, the forces of the Human Medicine, and, will
reactionary
elements.
He
also
ceptional leader; our commu-
extreme right could not serve on the faculty as
nity, a beloved friend." This promised to handle personal- spread religious hatred and clinical instructor until June.
ly
the
problems
posed
by
the
tribute to President Juan
confusion.
Peron by the Argentine Jew- involvement of Peronist lead-
ers
in
the
anti-Zionist
cam-
Hillel says: Do not with
ish weekly Di Presse, was
draw from the community
Bond 'Group Will
echoed by other Argentine paign.
Do not judge your co
In November 1973, shortly
Jewish periodicals. La Luz
Gather '74 Pledges until you have stood
praised Peron for "control- after he became president
Norman Allan, chairman of place.—Ethics of the Fathers,.
ling and opposing anti-Semit- for the third time, Gen. Peron
ic outbreaks" by right and received a delegation of the the cash mobilization com-
left elements in his move- DATA which expressed its mittee for Israel Bonds, an- Classifieds Get Quick
ment, which on some occa- preoccupation with the flood nounced Sunday that from
sions sought to use Jews as of pamphlets, from both the now until the end of Decem-
the committee will meet
scapegoats. Although Argen- extreme left and right, link- ber
weekly at the Israel Bond of- N
ing
the
Jewish
community
of
tine Jews as citizens had
fice to make personal contact
SPECIALIZED
varying opinions as to the Argentina with an alleged with those whose pledges for
READING HELP
wisdom of various Peronist plot of world domination. The the year 1974 are still out-
For Children and Adults
policies, as Jews they gen- delegation also urged the standing. That total is more
• Diagnostic Testing
erally felt that Peron was not president to make his voice than $3,000,000.
• Individual Sessions
heard in the international
an enemy.
Kits containing 10-15 names
• Reading Readiness
The representative body of forum in favor of a stable of individuals to be contacted
• Remedial Reading
Argentine Jewry, DAIA (Del- and just peace in the Middle were distributed to those in
• Comprehension
egacion de Asociaciones Is- East.
attendance at the special
raelitas Argentinas), memo-
In the official communique breakfast meeting Sunday,
• Study Skills
rialized Peron's relationship issued after the meeting, representing business and
• Speed Reading
by publishing a pamphlet en- Gen. Peron said:
synagogue groups in the met-
cRost c qiiorok,
titled, "Peron and the Jewish
• It is absurd to link the ropolitan Detroit area.
READING SPECIALIST
People."
concept of "synarchy" (the
557-3050
Persons who wish to fulfill
The pamphlet reproduced plot for world domination) to or make .a pledge may call ▪
28545 Greenfield Rd., Slid.
many of Peron's official the Jews of Argentina;
the Israel Bond office, 968-
statements about Jews and
• The Peronist movement 0200.
Israel.
is against all forms of dis-
The DATA pamphlet also crimination and disowns
contained the recollections by those who seek to use the
the finest Music and Entertainment
a past president of the orga- Peronist ideology to preach
nization, Dr. Sion Cohen racial or religious hatred;
AND HIS CONTINENTALS
Imach, of his secret meeting
• When he came to power
with Peron held in Madrid in in 1946, he eradicated anti-
398-3664
November 1972, shortly be- Semitic organizations;
fore Peron's return to Argen-
• His door is always open
tina.
to Jewish community leaders
The Jewi s'h community who wish to discuss matters
leaders were troubled by two of concern to them;
developments. Prominent
• Both sides of the Middle.
Peronist movement leaders East conflict are victims of
were playing key roles in a imperialism and Argentina
large - scale "anti - Zionist" would maintain a neutral po-
propaganda c a m'p a i g n fi- sition;
nanced by Arab agents. Ear- . • He was gratified that
lier that year, the Argentine the Jewish leaders wished to
government had released the avoid the transfer of tensions
text of a previously secret from the Middle East to
conversation in April 1971, Argentina and stressed the
between Gen. Peron and the importance of Arabs and
junta's representative which
had anti-Semitic overtones.
Opens
At that time, Gen. Peron Registration
)25
had reportedly said that Ar- for Center Classes
gentina was confronted • by
Registration is now open for
the great imperialist power the second session of the bel-
and by "the great interna- ly dance class, scheduled to
tional synarchy, managed begin the first week of De-
from the United Nations, cember at the Jewish Com-
where there are Communisin, munity Center.
Couches, Chairs, Accessories,
Capitalism, Judaism and the
Classes for beginning and
Wall
Decor and Over 300 Lamps
Catholic Church . .
intermediate students will be
In requesting the meeting, held Mondays • at the 10 Mile
2 DAYS ONLY
Dr. Cohen Imach sought re- Branch and Tuesday even-
affirmation of the principled ings at the main building.
statements Peron had made Advanced classes are offered
from 1945-1955 on three is- at the 10 Mile branch.
sues of paramount concern:
Classes in macrame will
Israel, Zionism and the Jew- be offered 9:30-11:30 a.m.
ish community. The two men Tuesdays beginning Dec. 3 at
reviewed matters related to the 10 Mile branch.
For information on classes,
these areas, with particular
emphasis on the hostile atti- contact the Center education-
al services office, 545-8780.

By
MORTON M. ROSENTHAL
Director, Department of Latin
American Affairs, Anti-
Defamation League of
Bnai Brith

Before Holiday Rush;

Vickie CarrOH

255-1540

Peron's Link to Jews Recalled in Tributes

548-0390

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Akiva Day School
to Dedicate Annex

Akiva Hebrew Day School
will dedicate the Sam and Ida
Stollman Kindergarten Annex
2 p.m. Dec. 8 at the annex,
27705 Lahser, Southfield.
The 'building was donated'
by the Stollman family. Rabbi
Isaac Stollman, former De-
troiter of Israel, and other
members of the Stollman
family will attend the cere-
mony. The community is
invited.

Maxwell House—
a Holiday Tradition

There are many traditions
the family enjoys at Hanuka
time. One which has been
followed for more than 50
years in Jewish homes is the
serving of Maxwell House
Coffee.
Maxwell House's "good-to-
the-last-drop" flavor hasn't
varied over the years. Max-
well House Coffee comes in
both instant and regular and
is certified kosher.

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