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May 13, 1977 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-13

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16 Friday, May 13, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

David, Evelyn Zack Forest to Be Initiated at JNF Tribute

NATHAN P. ROSSEN

SPONSOR & HONORARY CHAIRMAN
MEMORIAL CENTER

A forest bearing the
names of David and Evelyn
Zack will be initiated at the
annual Jewish National
Fund testimonial dinner
honoring the couple June 22
at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, it
was announced by Louis
Berry, chairman. The for-
est will be a part of the
American Bicentennial Na-

tional Park in Israel, plan-
ted under the auspices of
the JNF.

Mr. and Mrs. Zack are
being honored for their
services and contributions
to the Detroit Jewish com-
munity and to Israel. - Zack
was president of JNF and
has been active in commu-

nal and civic affairs for
nearly 50 years.
Max Stollman and Max
M. Shave are co-chairmen
of the dinner. A dinner com-
mittee is still in formation.
For information, call the
JNF, 968-0820.

DEAL DIRECT

SAVE

UN Unit Approves Report on Alleged
Abuse of Arabs in Occupied Areas

THE MEMORIAL CENTER COMMITTEE

and

SHAARIT HAPLAYTAH

Are Proud To Announce,.

THE GROUND BREAKING OF THE MEMORIAL CENTER

Located on N.W. Corner of Farmington and 13 Mile Road
To Take Place
on

Sun., June 19, 1917, 12:00 p.m.

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA)—The United Nations
Economic and Social Coun-
cil approved a resolution
which endorsed a report by
the UN Human Rights Com-
mission accusing Israel of
mistreatment of the Arabs
in the administered terri-
tories.
The vote was 34-2, with
the United States and Can-
ada opposing the resolution,
and 12 abstaining. The ab-
staining votes were cast by
the Western nations on the
council.
Two unexpected votes sup-
porting the criticism of Is-
rael were those of Portugal,
which indicated it will estab-
lish diplomatic ties with Is-
rael, and Mexico, which
has been assuring Israel of
its support in the UN after
voting for the resolution
equating Zionism with rac-
ism.
The resolution, sponsored
by Egypt, Syria and Jor-
dan, "commended" the
human rights commission
for "the action taken in con-
nection with the protection
of human rights in the occu-

Temple Defends
Member Policy

THE MEMORIAL CENTER

Which Will Be Similar to Yad Vshem in Israel will include

1. MUSEUM OF VISUAL RECORDS OF THE HOLOCAUST.

2. LIBRARY CONTAINING RECORDS AND LITERATURE OF INDIVID-
UALS AND COMMUNITIES THAT PERISHED DURING THE
HOLOCAUST.
3„ ARCHIVES CONTAINING TAPES OF ORAL HISTORY CON-
CERNING THE HOLOCAUST, GATHERED FROM SURVIVORS OF
THE HOLOCAUST.
4. LECTURE HALL TO BE USED f OR LECTURES AND DISCOURSES
FOR SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS ABOUT EU-
ROPEAN JEWISH HISTORY AND THE HOLOCAUST.

We appeal to each and everyone in the Jewish community to give us
a helping hand in order to speedily facilitate this historic memorial
center
We appeal to Jews everywhere to furnish us with documentation of
those that perished.

CONTRIBUTIONS SHOULD BE MADE TO

MEMORIAL CENTER

3811 W. 12 Mile Rd., Berkley, Mich. 48072

ALL CONTRIBUTIONS WILL BE PERMANENTL} RECORDED.
PLEASE TAKE PART IN THIS HISTORIC UNDERTAKING.

MEMORIAL CENTER COMMITTEE IN FORMATION

Irving Altus
Rabbi Milton Arm
Helen Balberman
Gustav Berenholz
Howard Binkow
Eliot Charlip
Howard S. Danzig
Irwin JarDeutch
Arnold Einhorn
Fred Ferber
Sally Fields

Beatrice Feigelman
Salman Grand
Leon Gutman
Menashe Haar
Leon Halpern
Allen Kaufman
Kenneth Knop
Sol Kleinman
Harry Laker
Meyer Lipman
Jack Lipton

Irving Nusbaum
Steve Oliver
Sonia Popowski
Nathan Potach
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenzveig
Rabbi Irving Schnipper
Jerry Silbert
Jack Waksberg
Sol Waldman
Abraham Weberman
Martin Water

ROCHESTER, N.Y.
(JTA)—The president of
254-family Temple Sinai, a
Reform synagogue, has de-
scribed as "totally in-
correct" the belief of "a sig-
nificant number of our con-
gregants and the commu-
nity at large - that
membership was closed at
300 families and that there
was a waiting list for en-
trance to the synagogue's
religious school.
Nat Rubin said the reason
for the growth policy was
"not to create an exclusive
country club but to enable
us to properly assimilate
the new members." He said
75 of the new members—al-
most a quarter of the mem-
bership—joined in the past
two years.

Jew Wins High
Office in Canada

OTTAWA (jTA)—Allan
E. Gottlieb, deputy minister
of manpower and immigra-
tion for several years, was
appointed as under-
secretary of state for exter-
nal affairs, the second high-
est post in the ministry. He
joined the Canadian foreign
service in 1957.
In June. 1967 he was ap-
pointed assistant under-
secretary of state for exter-
nal affairs and legal advis-
er.

"To me old age is always
15 years older than I am."
—Bernard Baruch

pied Arab territories"; and
requested the commission
to continue its efforts "for
the protection of human
rights in the occupied Arab
territories."
The voting followed a state-
ment to the UN agency by
Israeli 'Ambassador Chaim
Herzog who said that by
considering the resolution
the council was "firmly and
explicitly closing its eyes to
the summary executions,
the mass death sentences,
the brutal suppression of mi-
norities, the detention with-
out trials, and the arrest
and tortures of dissidents
taking place throughout the
world."
Herzog said the "absur-
dity of singling out Israel"
over conditions in Israeli
prisons was made clear by
the fact that Israel permits
regular visits to prisoners
by the International Red
Cross and by its recent in-
vitation to the International
League for Human Rights
"to inspect conditions in Is-
rael's prisons."
He challenged the spon-
sors of "this hypocritical
resolution to extend the
same invitation for inter-
national inspection of their
own prisons."

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