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May 23, 1986 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-23

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 23, 1986

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"even in migration patterns."
He lauded the Jewish role in
the civil rights and labor move-
ments, adding "Black and white,
Jew and gentile stood together
in the unions. An attack on one
was an attack on all."
"Many of the same forces
which profess racism against
blacks deny rights to Jews,"
Young added. "These roots of
unity and common struggle run
deep."
Young appealed to his audi-
ence to support the city of De-
troit so it can survive. "Detroit
can't achieve its aspiration to be
a great and stable city without
the cooperation of its suburban
neighbors. The suburbs can't
progress with a dying central
city.
"I'm here extending my hand
across Eight Mile Road because
you can't get along without me,
and I can't get along without
you. We need to work together."
Young offered to cooperate
with Jewish Community Council
President Leon Cohan. "We
need to go beyond the speeches
we make to each other," he said.

Marc
Seventeen-year-old
Zumberg, a Southfield-Lathrup
senior, said he was impressed by
the mayor's remarks. "I thought
it was good that he showed he
cared about Jewish people and
all people ... He cared about
people as a whole being equal."
Harry Shiovitz of Southfield
also praised Young's talk. "He
correlated problems we all have
in common and set to work for
the common good."
The meeting, the final dele-
gate assembly of the year, was
occasion for elections and the
president's annual report. Co-
han, who was re-elected at the
assembly, said that closer ties
had been established with lead-
ers of the black, Hispanic and
Arab communities and a special
effort is being made to
strengthen the relationship with
the black community on social
and other levels.
The Walter E. Klein Youth
Award was given to Cong.
Shaarey Zedek's United
Synagogue Youth group "for
outstanding social action pro-
gramming."

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Rosenzveig, executive director of
the HMC.
Robert Naftaly, director of the
Department of Management and
Budget for the Blanchard Ad-
ministration, was angry that the
funds had been sidetracked even
temporarily. "There are other
appropriations for historical
preservation that are being re-
newed and were left alone. They
fund all sorts of other museums
in that category ... I think it is
a lack of understanding and I
blame this on the Republican
leadership."
Rep. Maxine Berman (D-
Southfield) said the House last
week passed an appropriation
bill which included funding for
13 museums. The appropriations
ranged from $10,000 to $50,000.
"I'm not picky," Berman said

when told about the HMC
appropriation problem in the
Senate. "I don't care where they
put it as long as the Holocaust
Center gets the funds."
Another legislator who ex-
pressed confidence in the fund-
ing was Sen. Richard D. Fessler
(R-West Bloomfield). "I put the
money in th appropriations bill
last year, and the Governor pre-
sented the check at the
Holocaust Memorial Center
dinner. But this (the HMC) is
very important work, and I'm
sure the outreach program will
be funded for several more
years."
Rabbi Rosenzveig said heavy
use of the Holocaust Memorial
Center by non-Jewish school
groups justifies state funding. In
the 12 1/2-month period ending

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