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July 07, 1978 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-07-07

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Friday, July 1, 1918 13

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NY Forms
Racial Panel
After Incident

NEW YORK — The New
York regional board of the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith has called Mayor
Edward Koch's appoint-
ment of an intergroup rela-
tions committee "an impor-
tant first step" in helping
reduce tensions in New
York City.
The ADL regional board
said it supports "Mayor
Koch's creation of a commit-
tee to study and reduce in-
tergroup tensions in New
York, particularly in light
of the interracial discord
which has manifested itself
in the Crown Heights com-
munity in recent days.
"The mayor's action is an
important first step in meet-
ing the need to root out the
causes of racial violence and
tension in our city. We be-
lieve, however, that in order
to be fully effective, the
committee should be ex-
panded to include persons
and groups who are expert
in resolving social and re-
ligious conflict."
The ADL also offered
its cooperation and re-
sources to the panel.
Recently, an elderly
Hasidic Jew was mugged by
a black youth, who was then
beaten by a group of Hasidic
youth. The black youth was
hospitalized in police cus-
tody and two Hasidim ar-
rested in the case.



Builders to Meet
for Israel Parley

- TEL AVIV —The first in-
ternational conference of
building contractors and
promoters will be held Feb.
18-24 in Tel Aviv. Building
specialists from all over the
world will gather to discuss
issues and problems of in-
creasing concern to the con-
struction industry.
There will be visits to the
Technion in Haifa and
newly developed areas of
Jerusalem. There also will
be a number of lectures by
experts in the field of con-
struction. Optional tours
and a sightseeing program
will round out the confer-
ence.
For information, contact
the Congress Department,
Israel Government Tourist
Office, 488 Madison Ave.,
New York 10022.

NCCJ Presents
Award to Drinan

NEW YORK — Dr. David
Hyatt, president of the Na-
tional Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews, presented
the NCCJ's National Mass
Media Brotherhood Award
"for outstanding contribu-
tions to the cause of
brotherhood" to Father
Robert F. Drinan for his
book "Honor the Promise:
America's Commitment to
Israel" at a recent reception,
in the NCCJ's New York
headquarters honoring the
Congressman-priest.

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