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January 10, 1975 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-01-10

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

34—Friday, January 10, 1975

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Ladies' Department of
Michigan's advisory board
will meet 8:30 p.m. Thursday
at the home of Jay Schwartz,
27405 Fairfax, Southfield.
For information, call the
chairman, Dorothy Goldberg,
548-6850.

Open:10-5 Monday-Saturday

Activities

DOWNTOWN-FOX CHAP-
TER will meet 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at the Maple
House Restaurant, Southfield.
Rabbi Ernst Conrad will
speak. Refreshments will be
served.

Lodge Is Started
as Living
i Tribute
i

PITTSBURGH — Henry J.
Goldstein has for m e d a
unique "living tribute" to his
late brother. Within 20 days
this summer he enrolled the
necessary 50 persons re-
quired to form the Dr. Eli
Goldstein Bnai Brith Lodge,
and expect s• to have 200
members by Jan. 12 when
the lodge is installed.

ADL Lauds Police
in NY Bias Case

Zwerdling to Receive Citation
at Hasidic Event in Ann Arbor

Osias Zwerdling, the found-
ing father of Ann Arbor's
Jewish community, will re-
ceive a citation of honor
from Dean William Haber,
president of th international
ORT organization, at the
Hasidic Happening 1 .p.m.
Sunday in Ann Arbor.
Zwerdlhig was born 96
years ago in Poland. After
working in Paris, he arrived
in the United States in 1901
and came to Ann Arbor in
1903. -
With the help of friends,
undaunted by various opposi-
tions, Zwerdling became the
founding father of the entire
Ann Arbor Jewish commun-
ity. He was the first presi-
dent of the Michigan Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundation and
was the first chairman of the
Ann Arbor United Jewish
Appeal.
The mayor of Ann Arbor,.
James E. Stephenson, will
present a city proclamation
saluting Lubavitch work with
youth. The concert will fea-
ture Hasidic singers, dancers

Parents and potential cam-
pers interested in learning
about the Hashahar-sponsor-
ed Camp Young Judaea are
invited to a showing of a film
about the camp, "I Love This
Place," 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the home of the Saul Reu-
bins, 23373 Plumbrooke,
Southfield. Camp director
Lenny Marcus will be on
hand to answer questions.
Located in Chelsea, Mich.,
near Ann Arbor, the camp
offers activities for youth age
9-14. Jewish culture and tra-
dition are emphasized with
the incorporation of Hebrew
and observance of Shabat in
the program. All food is
strictly kosher.
The camp program in
eludes sports activities such
as softball, soccer, basket-
ball, swimming, volleyball,
boating, football, Israeli
games and tennis.
Also offered are dramatics,
musical band, macrame,
choral groups, beginning and
advanced Israeli dancing,
camp newspaper, scouting,
field trips and arts and
crafts.
There will be one camp
session, June 25-July 20. For
information, write Camp
Young Judaea, 7870-A 9N.
Lincoln, Skokie, Ill. 60076.

Re-Elected to JDC

Metropolitan Detroit Coun-
cil of Bnai Brith in conjunc-
tion with the Red Cross will
have a blood drive 5-10p.m.
Jan. 20 and 21 at Pepper
School, Oak Park. For in-
formation, call the Bnai
Brith office, 354-6100.

ADL Meeting Due

The local Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith will
have a workshop Tuesday at
the Bnai Brith Council office.

Four Detroit Jewish lead-
ers have been re-elected to
the national board of direc-
tors of the Joint Distribution
Committee.
They are Max Fisher, Alan
E. Schwartz, Nate Shapero,
and Paul Zuckerman. Other
local leaders currently serv-
ing on the board are Louis
Berry and Mrs. Joseph M.
Welt. ,
Over 600 Jewish communal
leaders attended the JDC's
annual meeting in New York
and adopted a 1975 budget of
$29,935,000 to support needy
Jews around the world and
in Israel.

.

Creditors are a superstiti-
ous set, great observers of
A good man needs no rec-
set days and times.
ommendation, it does -a bad
—Poor Richard one no good.

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NEW YORK—Prompt po-
lice investigation and action
on the New Year's Eve pipe-
bombing of a black family's
home in Rosedale, Queens,
Monday drew praise from
the Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith.
In a statement lauding the
New York City Police, the
Treasury Department and
the Federal Bureau of In-
vestigation, Seymour D.
Reich, chairman of ADL's
New York regional board,
condemned "the vicious Klan-
like -attack that illustrates
the extremes to which racial
hatred can go."
He said he was encour-
aged by reports that the act
was not a reflection of the
sentiments of the Rosedale
community.
The - New Year's Eve
bombing of the home of
Glenda and Ormistan Spen-
cer and their three sons was
followed last Friday by an
assault on New York Police
Officer James Klein, who
was guarding the house. Two Four Detroiters
suspects have been- arrested.

Bnai Brith Council
Plans Blood Drive

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Irwin I. Cohn, Detroit phil-
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friend of Zwerdling, is chair-
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