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August 26, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-08-26

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— 42f Friday, August 26, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Mrs. Paul (Sally ) Rankin
- of Oak Park. has re-
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unteers for the South-
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her second consecutive
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Ten Camp Tamarack campers and staffers returning
from a three-week visit to England and Wales are from
left. standing:_Mark Herman: Rob Schwartz. Alan Penche-
nik, Larry Mondry and Don Robinson. Shown seated. are.
from left: Jackie Gamer, Shirlee Wyman. Jodi Kasner.
Lori Olenick and Cindy Weiner.

A Shabat observance with
an English Jewish family
and tours to popular tourist
sites were included among
the activities in the first
Camp Tamarack trip to
England and Wales laSt
July.
Participating in the three-
week program were Mark
Herman. Rob Schwartz.
Alan Penchenik. Larry Mon-
dry. Don Robinson. Jackie
Gamer. Shirlee Wyman.
.Jodi Kasmer. Lori Olenick
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The campers and staffers
visited Stratford-on-Avon.
Bath. Stonehenge. Oxford.
Blenheim Palace and the
Pembrokeshire National
Park in -Wales.

Editor. The Jewish News:
I think its important that
the .Jewish community be
aware of the strong streak
of anti-Semitism active in
the city of Southfield in the
effort to recall five of the
six members of the South-
field City Council.
Many Jewish people sign-
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cause they were told that
they were petitions against
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they were signing petitions
to remove all the Jewish
elected officials from the
City Council. Look at the
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The, crime which the
Southfield Council is being
accused of ic attempting to
meet the needs of the city's
citizens and being Jewish.
The .Jews at least should
not let themselves be used
by those trying to divide
the city and to destroy
themselves.
This --council acted with
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city. Their only crime was
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give support to the needs of
senior citizens.

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In London. the group vis-
ited the Tower of London.
Parliament. Westminister
Abbey, St. Paul's Cathedral
and Windsor Castle and
Hampton Court. Jewish fam-
ilies in London offered their
homes to the campers. and
allowed them to join family
Shabat observances.

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