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August 15, 1986 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-15

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Friday, August 15, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Continued from preceding page

v'Israel, Sol Lapinsky; Beth
Abraham, Rabbi Joseph
Thumin, Rabbi Israel Hal-
pern, Louis Ellenbogen;
Beth Itzchock, Rabbi Jacob
Hoberman, Isidore Rosent-
hal; Beth Joseph, Abraham
Walter; Beth Moses, Rabbi
Gerson Frankel, Emil Kahn;
Beth Shmuel, Rabbi Joseph
Rabinowitz, Isador Rosen-
berg; Beth Tikvah, Rabbi
Leizer Levin, Jerome Ka-
gan; Beth Yehudah, Harry
Stolsky; Beth Tefilo
Emanuel, Rabbi M.
J.Wohlgelernter, Jacob
Shevitz; B'nai David, Rabbi
Joshua S. Sperka, Joseph
Gorman; B'nai Israel, Jacob
Lesser; B'nai Jacob, Sam
Rosenberg; B'nai Zion,
Rabbi S. Gruskin, Morris
Snow; Chesed shel Emes,
Sam Nelson; Cong. Dov
Frenkel, Max Kaplan; Ezras
Achim (Turover Temple),
Rabbi David Bakst, Isadore
Sesnick; Gemiluth
Chasodim, Rabbi Leopold
Neuhaus, Max Marx; Mis-
hkan Israel, Rabbi Isaac
Stollman, Philip Stollman;
Mogen Abraham, David I.
Berris; Nusach Ari, William
Axelrod; Shaarey
Shomayim, J. L. Berman;
Shaare Zion, Rabbi Leo

Goldman, Benjamin Assik;
First Hebr
ew Congregation
of Delray, Sam Klein; Young
Israel branches, Rabbi
Samuel Prero, Samuel W.
Platt, Alter Greenbaum.

In addition to congrega-
tional schools Detroit has

two yeshivoth (theological
schools) — Beth Yehudah
and Chachmey Lublin; the
United Hebrew Schools,
whose nine branches have a
daily afternoon school
attendance of 1,200; Far-
band, Sholem Alechem and
Arbeiter Ring schools.

Detroit's Jewish Welfare
Federation, an affiliate of
the Community Chest and
United Foundation, is the
central fund-raising body
for local, national, and
overseas philanthropies
and educational move-
ments. Its president is Ju-
lian Krolik. The Jewish
Community Council super-
vises the civil-protective
and community relations
programs for Detroit Jewry.
The Zionist movement,
B'nai B'rith, and the Jewish
War Veterans are the lead-
ing community organiza-
tions next to the organized
synagogue functions.

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Federation Pioneers

AJC Takes Issue With
Rehnquist Nomination

New York (JTA) — The
American Jewish Congress
last week criticized the
nomination of William Rehn-
quist as Chief Justice of the
United States as "a serious
error of judgment" on the
part of President Reagan.
A statement by Henry
Siegman, executive director
of AJCongress, said that the
error was not that the Presi-
dent selected an individual
lacking legal and intellectual
qualifications, but rather that
Justice Rehnquist "has
chosen to use his considerable
talents in ways that are an-
tithetical to the fundamental
principles of personal freedom
and individual liberty.
The text of Mr. Siegman's
statement follows:
President Reagan's nomina-
tion of William Rehnquist to
be Chief Justice of the United
States is a serious error of
judgment. The error is not
that he has chosen a person
lacking legal and intellectual
qualifications but rather that
the nominee has chosen to
use his considerable talents in
ways that are antithetical to
the fundamental principles of
personal freedom and in-
dividual liberty.
Justice Rehnquist has
demonstrated throughout his
career a regrettable insen-
sitivity to the protection of
minority and individual
rights. His early opposition

to school desegregation and
civil rights legislation in the
sixties has since resonated
time and again in opinions
that deny or restrict efforts to
expand the scope of in-
dividual rights. Without
vigilant protection of such
rights, the vibrant, plural-
istic, heterogeneous society
envisioned by the founders of
this nation over 200 years ago
would soon wither.
The job of Chief Justice re-
quires more than legal ability
of the highest caliber. It also
demands humane wisdom
and leadership in a' Supreme
Court that will be confronting
issues of great moral and
legal complexity in the years
to come. It is precisely such
sensitivity that Justice Rehn-
quist appears to lack.
In objecting to Justice
Rehnquist's nomination, we
do not seek to impose a single
issue litmus test for judicial
appointments — be it church-
state, abortion or affirmative
action. We have, in the past,
objected to the use of such
tests by others. We do believe,
however, that Justice Rehn-
quist's consistent and un-
wavering disregard for the
rights of those members of
society who must depend
upon the Judiciary to protect
them from tyranny of the ma-
jority makes him unsuitable
for nomination as Chief
Justice.

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