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April 19, 1985 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-04-19

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Friday, April 19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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The Detroit Soviet Jewry Committee

of the

Jewish Community Council

AIR CONDITIONER
CHECK-UP

presents

The Fourth Annual

Freedom Concert For Soviet Jewry

Bias Or Blunder

In . Memory

of

Authorized

Dealer

Al M. Rosenberg

A Jewish musical group at the

forefront of the renaissance in

American Jewish music

Monday, June 3, 1985

8:00 P.M.

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
27375 Bell Road - Southfield
Call 962-1880 for further information

are happy to attend

', Patron. Sponsor and Benefactorlickets incluoe reserved seats and afterglow '

Please send the following tickets

@ at S 50 Patron ,
C. at 5100 Sponsor , •
@ $250 Benefactor ,

General Admission

We are sorry we cannot attend but would like to contribute
Soviet Jewry Committee. _

@ at $10
@ at $25














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ation with the Christ Church
and its ties to the devoutly
Christian Booth family as
barometers of the principles
on which the educational in-
stitution was founded. (News-
paper publisher George Booth
and his wife, Ellen Scripps
Booth, conceived the Cran-
brook Community in the early
1900s and owned the 300 acres
of land in Oakland County on
which the Cranbrook schools,
art museum and science insti-
tute now stand.)
Dr. Kaplan, and other par-
ents contacted this week by
The Jewish News, were care-
ful to say that their children
had not reported any personal
incidents of discriminatory
or anti-Semitic actions by
school officials or teachers.
And each parent stressed the
positive aspects of education
at the Bloomfield Hills cam-
pus.
"I would not remove my
children from Cranbrook just
on the basis of this incident,"
Dr. Kaplan said.
While the investigating

committee recommended that
Cranbrook take some sort of
disciplinary action, the report
did not suggest that the
teachers be dismissed. Dis-
missal was Dr. Bauder's deci-
sion. She consulted Brookside
Headmaster David Lowry and
Sam Salas, another Cran-
brook administrator, before
last week's action.
"The use of symbols to
designate religion was just
plain wrong," Dr. Bauder said.
"Under the circumstances, I
don't feel the course of action
we chose was unjustified."
The three teachers in ques-
tion, whom the school refuses
to identify, are reportedly con-
sidering legal action in an ef-
fort to retain their jobs. Eric
McCann, identified by a Cran-
brook official as an attorney
retained by one of the
teachers, refused to comment
on the situation, except to say
that he had been contacted by
"a teacher regarding prelimi-
nary advice."
Jewish students and their

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