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July 29, 1983 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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46 Friday, July 29, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

SPACE Sessions for August

SPACE of the National
Council of JCN:vish Women
will offer a divorce support
group series 8-10 p.m. on
four consecutive Tuesdays
beginning this Tuesday. A
similar series for the
widowed begins Monday.
Drop-in sessions for the
widowed only will be held 8

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p.m. Wednesday and Aug.
10. A special parenting
drop-in will be held 8 p.m.
Wednesday and the regular
drop-in sessions will con-
tinue each Wednesday at
the same time.
Picnics
are
being
scheduled throughout the
month for parents with or
without their children.
For information, call
SPACE, 557-9390.

"Seder" means "Order."
The Passover Seder follows
the order prescribed in the
Haggada.

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Readers Forum

Materials submitted to the Readers Forum must be brief. The writer's name will be withheld from publication upon
request. No unsigned letters will be published. Materials will not be returned unless a stamped, self-addressed envelope is
enclosed.

Jewish Idea
Urged Boycott
of Campaign

Editor, The Jewish News:
In the "Purely Commen-
tary," July 15, reference
was made that "the ADL
and NJA have been on re-
cord urging the boycott of
the major funds."
Please note that it was
our organization, the
Jewish Idea, not the JDL,
which urged the boycott of
the Allied Jewish Cam-
paign and the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation. We did so
because we found that these
two charitable organiza-
tions blatantly disregarded
the Jewish trust. They

spent money donated for
charitable purposes on
political programs. By
sponsoring Sisco and
Linowitz they promoted at-
tacks on the state of Israel
with Jewish money.
Because of this misuse of
charitable funds, the
Jewish Idea urged a boycott
of the AJC and JWF. But we
did not boycott the indi-
vidual charities. We urged
that all money be donated
directly to their favorite
charity. We even listed all of
those charities.
The action by the Jewish
Idea is appropriate in the
light of such diversion of
charitable funds. And until
the AJCampaign and JWF
restrict their activities to
charitable purposes we will
continue to urge the Jewish
community to boycott them
and donate directly.

Harriet Drissman

President,
The Jewish Idea

Letters Asked
for Canadian

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Editor, The Jewish News:
Some of us may have read
about the Canadian male
teacher who for several
years told his high school
class that the Jews were re-
sponsible for. most of the
problems around the world
and that the Holocaust was
a myth. The teacher is also
the mayor of the commu-
nity. -
A gentleman incensed by
the actions of this bigoted
teacher sponsored a contest
among the students. He of-
fered a paid trip for two to
Germany for an on-sight in-
spection. Two students re-
turned to confirm that the
Holocaust did indeed take
place. (In spite of this, more
than half of the townspeople
still support the teacher-
mayor.)

The man who provided
the trip to Germany ap-
peared on television and
was highly critical of the
bigots in the community.

tellectuals who write their
material from the under-
ground.
The Hungarian govern-
ment is aware of the exist-
ence of this group. One of
them, Miklosh Arasti,
wrote a book "The Award of
Silence." When he submit-
ted to the authorities the
manuscript, he was ar-
rested on the spot and sen-
tenced to three years im-
prisonment. He was re-
leased after eight months.
This group collects and
writes about adverse conch-
tions and manifestations in

Concert in Park

The Mack Pitt Orchestra
will be featured in a free
concert 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Shepherd Park in Oak
Park.
Spectators may bring
their own lawn chairs and
refreshments will be avail-
able at the concert. In case
of rain, the orchestra will
perform in the auditorium
of Oak Park High School.

their country with the in-
tent to improve the situa-
tion in their own Com-
munist country.
Such groups of intellectu-
als exist also in other Com-
munist countries, such as
Poland,_ Czechoslavakia,
etc.

Moshe Ron

Tel Aviv

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Underground
Authors

(Editor's note: The fol-
lowing letter from Moshe
Ron is in response to a
reader's concern that
Ron identified three
Hungarian Jewish
writers as members of the
underground in his arti-
cle in The Jewish News
on Page 64 in the July 1
issue.)

Editor, The Jewish News:
The Israeli press pub-
lished an article on the
three emigrants who belong
to a group of Hungarian in-

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