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November 21, 1975 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Singles Events

NEW DIMENSION
SINGLES of Cong. Beth

Abraham-Hillel will hold a
hayride with dinner and
dancing Sunday, meeting 5
p.m. at the Jewish Commu-
nity Center 10 Mile branch.
For reservations, call Mary
Wagner, 836-4316, or
Rhonda Lenzner, 968-7187.
There is a charge.
* * *
WSU HILLEL will have
a Hanuka party 8 p.m. Sat-
urday at the Northgate
Apts. club house. Latkes,

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are available
for your joyous

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• Weddings
• Showers

• Etc.

Private Rooms
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25 to 150
Entire facilities to
360

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Between 12 & 13 Mile

games and dancing will
highlight the evening. There
is a nominal charge and par-
ticipants are requested to
bring a grab bag item. The
group will hear Israeli
dance specialist, Fred Berk,
11:30 a.m. Wednesday at
Hillel. He will speak on
"Israeli Dancing" and will
provide instruction. For in-
formation, call Hillel,
577-3459, or Hartley Harris,
publicity chairman,
968-3563.

Southfield Attorney
Panama Counsel

Southfield attorney Alan
Jay Kaufman has been
named vice counsel of the
Republic of Panama. The
position, which was ap-
proved by the U.S. Govern-
ment in September, is used
to encourage trade and cul-
tural relations between
Panama and the U.S.
Kaufman's father, Her-
bert W. Kaufman, has been
consul general of the re-
public of Panama for 10
years.

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Federal Judges to Dedicate Library
in Honor of the Late Judge Levin

644-7626

ONE MAN
ORCHESTRA

Bar Mitzva's

Library in memory of Judge cation ceremony will be
Candle Lighting
Levin, and the Theodore •conducted.
Anniversaries-Weddings
Levin Memorial Foundation
The judges, magistrates
House Parties-Dances Etc.
had been set up to raise ad- and bankruptcy judges of
Standards to Rock
ditional funds to enlarge the the U. S. District Court are
$20.00 Wedding Ceremony
law collection. Under the the sponsors of the dedica-
Freddy Sheyer 398-2462
treasurership of Benjamin tion.
Nucian, a $30,000 fund was
raised for that purpose.
Judge Benjamin Burdick
of the Wayne County Cir-
cuit Court will make the
presentation Wednesday in
behalf of the Theodore
DEPARTMENT STORE FOR CHILDREN
Levin Memorial Founda-
TEL-TWELVE MALL, 12 Mile & Telegraph
tion.
OPEN DAILY

c

* * *
FRIENDS OF THE
BAYIT will hear Yosef Lev-

anon of the Midrasha 8 p.m.
Tuesday in the home of El-
liott Shevin, 13810 Sylvan
Ct., Oak Park. Levanon will
speak on "Jewish Resistance
Fighters Through the
Ages." For information, call
Shevin, 543-0372.

November 21, 1975 49

Convening the court for-
mally and officially, at the
ceremonies, Chief Judge
Fred Kaess will accept the
gift in the court's behalf.

THEODORE LEVIN

Dedication of the Theo-
dore Levin memorial Li-
brary, set by the Federal
judges of this district for 2
p.m., Wednesday, will be
the occasion for tributes to
the memory of the late ju-
rist who has been acclaimed
as one of the most distin-
guished members of the ju-
diciary in the land.
The judges of the U. S.
District Court of the East-
ern District of Michigan had
voted to name the U. S. Law

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SPECIAL GROUP OF 200

Judge John Feikins will
be master of ceremonies.
Joseph Levin, youngest of
the late Judge Levin's sons,
will respond for the family.
The principal address at
the dedication will be deliv-
ered by Judge Wade H.
McCree Jr. of the U. S. Cir-
cuit Court of Appeals.

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A reception will follow
the ceremonies of dedica-
tion which will be held in
Room 734 of the Federal
Building where the dedi-

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CITY iteSOlucturt,

(Editor's note: the follow-
ing letter was addressed to
UN Secretary General Kurt
Waldheim, with copies to
President Gerald Ford
Michigan's U.S. Senators
and the news media.)
The United Nations Gen-
eral Assembly has recently
voted to condemn Zionism
as racism. We deplore the
resolution because we be-
lieve that Zionism is not rac-
ism. On the contrary, Zion-
ism is a movement to give
national dignity to a people
which has suffered the con-
sequences of Nazi racism.
We also deplore the reso-
lution because we believe in
the value of the UN and be-
cause we want it to survive
as a vehicle for world unity
and world peace. The UN
will destroy its credibility
as an international organi-
zation for peace if it is used
to propagate obvious false-
hood and to assault the de-
cent opinions of rational
people.
We affirm our continued
support for the good work of
the United Nations. We
want to help it succeed. We
therefore hope that you will
do whatever is possible to
influence the United Na-
tions General Assembly to
sane and useful discussion.

The Birmingham Temple
Gerald Berman, president

* * *

Editor, The Jewish News:
The motion that was
passed by the United Na-
tions on Nov. 10, 1975, stat-
ing that Zionism is racism,
in our opinion isn't right.
Zionism is the love of Israel,
returning to the land that

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