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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-12-05

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December 5, 1975

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Rally Speakers Link UN's Vote with Nazism of 1930s

Nearly 600 persons at-
tended the Detroit Zionist
Federation — Jewish Com-
munity Council "Rally of
Affirmation" Sunday at
Cong. Bnai David and heard
former chairthan of the
.Presidents Conference of
Major American 'Jewish or-
ganizations, Rabbi Herschel
Schachter, link the United
Nations anti-Zionism reso-
lution with the horrors of
Hitler's Holocaust.
Seated on the dais were
Detroit City Council Presi-
dent Carl Levin; Mrs. Peter
Martin, president of Detroit
Hadassah; Msgr. Clement
Kern of the Archdiocese of
Detroit;. State Senator Dan
Cooper and State Rep. Jo-
seph Forbes, who presented
the unanimous resolutions

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Msgr. Kern told the rally
that he had to come "to af-
firm the- contribution of the
Jewish community in De-
troit in helping and leading
the Roman Catholic Church
in its struggles against rac-
ism." _
The program opened
with a Jewish War Veter
ans honor guard accompa
nying the singing of the
Star. Spangled Banner
and a color guard from
Hashomer Hatzair leading
the singing of Hatikva.
There was singing and
dancing of patriotic and
Hanuka songs and a dra
matic reading by Mr. and
Mrs. Rube Weiss.

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Young Leadership Honorees Picked

Nancy Hirsch, Edward A.
Lumberg, and Michael W.
Maddin are the recipients of-
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion's three 1975 Young
Leadership Awards.
The citations, which are
given to outstanding young
men and women by the or-
ganized Jewish community,
acknowledge leadership and
service achievements-and
encourage continued recipi-
ent participation in com-
munal activities. The
awards were presented last
week during a Federation
board of governor's meeting.
Mrs. Hirsch, winner of
the -Sylvia Simon Greenberg
Award, was chairman of the
Women's Division 1975 lead-

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of the Michigan legislature is the UN resolution." He
against the UN action; and cited the Jewish persecu-
Bnai David vice president tion under the Nazis, and
Gustav Berenholz.
how 30 years later it is
-The rally 'began with again fashionable for the
short introductory remarks Jews to be slandered.
by G. Vernon Leopold, pres-
He said, "Jews, and par-
ident of the Detroit Zionist
Federation and • Lewis ticularly non-Jews, must
Grossman, president of the recognize there is an indi-
Jewish Community Council. soluabie link between Juda-
They emphasized the un- isin and Zionism — they are
fairness of the UN resolu- one and the same. Don't
tion linking Zionism with apologize because Israel is
racism, and Grossman the last stop."
called for an intensified - He added that the Miracle
publie_education campaign.
of Hanuka is 2,140 years
Rabbi Schachter told old, and pointed to the links
the audience, "We have between the pressures of
come to hurl back the lie, those times and the pres-
that tragic travesty, that sures of today.

Governor Wears Zionist Pin

Michigan Governor William Milliken, third from
right, is shown wearing his pin stating "Zionism is a
Badge of Honor" while helping to present the legisla-
ture's unanimous resolution condemning the United Na-
tion's Nov. 10 vote equating Zionism with racism.
Shown from left are G. Vernon Leopold of the Detroit
Zionist Federation, State Senator 'Daniel S. Coo p&
Louis Panush of the Zionist Organization of AmeriM, : ' '
Gov. Milliken, State Representative Joseph Forbes and
State Senator Jack Faxon. The Detroit District of the
ZOA has received a number of requests from non-Jews
to join its organization since the UN vote. as well as -a
growing response from the Jewish community following
a call for membership as a response to the UN action.

MRS. HIRSCH

MADD•IN

ership course. She is a direc-
tor of the Division.
Active in the Division's
educational and fund-rais-
ing activities for several
Now Open
years, she was a Cam-
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man of the Division. He is of the Junior Division and
its immediate past presi- a former William . H.
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A regional vice chairman
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of
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