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November 21, 1980 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

50 Friday; November 21, 1980

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In an impressively brief
speech, accepting the 1980
Bnai Brith Humanitarian
Award, Douglas A. Fraser,
president of the UAW, de-
clared in his own behalf and
that of the large labor
movement he heads that
they always oppose any
manifestation of terrorism,
fascism and anti-Semitism.
In his address to the more
than 1,000 persons at the
annual Bnai Brith dinner,
Wednesday night, at the
Plaza Hotel, Fraser referred
to a new movement on the
political scene and declared
that it is "neither moral nor
a majority."
Jack Spitzer , interna-
tional president of Bnai
Brith, who presented the
gold medal to Fraser,
praised his labors for
human rights causes and
outlined the multiple Bnai
Brith activities, with em-
phasis on the youth services
which will be supported
with funds raised at this
dinner.
Dr. William Haber, who
introduced Spitzer,
joined David Easlick,
president of Michigan
Bell, who was the
toastmaster, in praising
the dedicated labors for
justice which have dis-
tinguished Fraser's ac-
tivities.
Louis Weber, who has
masterminded a number of
similar Bnai Brith events,
including Wednesday's
dinner, described the aims
of the current effort and the
aim of 'expanding youth
work sponsored by Bnai
Brith.
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award, brought greetings
from the Jewish Welfare
Federation and introduced
as speakers Mayor Coleman
Young and U.S. Sens. Carl
Levin and Donald Riegle.
All added encomia for
Fraser.
Expressing appreciation
for the support given to the
youth services of Bnai
Brith, brief speeches were
delivered by Alan Havis,
chairman, Michigan State
University Hillel student
board; Marc Bakst,
president, Great Lakes AZA
Council; and Michele Un-
gar, president, Great Lakes
BBG Council.
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introducing those on the
dais as they arrived to
take their seats at the
head table. They in-
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social services, educa-
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Rabbi Irwin Groner of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek; Irving
Bluestone, retired UAW
vice president; and Msgr.
Clement Kern.
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the event was Neil
Goldschmidt, Secretary of
Transportation in President
Carter's cabinet, who -
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mended the gathered for
supporting the Bnai Brith
youth movement.
Goldschmidt and Spitzer
are alumni of the Bnai Brith
youth movement in which
they played leading roles.

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