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January 27, 1967 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-01-27

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Chairmen Selected for Allied Campaign Divisions

Organizational activities of the
trades and professions division of
the Allied Jewish Campaign are
gaining momentum under the
chairmanship of George D. Keil,
said Alfred L. Deutsch, campaign
ch airman.
Keil, who is president of the De-
troit Service Group, heads trades
and professions for the second
year. He is on the board and exec-
utive committee of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation and is a board
member of the Jewish Community
;Center.
Heading the mercantile division
for the second year is David S.
Mondry, a board member of the
Detroit Service Group and member
of the education budget and plan-
ning division of Federation.
Kaye G. Frank and Merle Harris
are chairmen of mechanical trades.
* * *

Head Organizations
Campaign Division

Frank is on the boards of Federa-
tion, the Jewish Vocational Service-
Community Workshop and the Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service.
Harris is a member of the boards
of Federation, Jewish Vocational
Service and is president of the
Jewish Family and Children's Serv-
ice.
Chairman of the real estate and
building trades division is Harold
Berry, an officer of the Jewish
Community Council and a member
of the education and community
relations divisions of Federation.
He served as chairman of the di-
vision in 1966.
The food service council workers
are lead by Paul Borman, Peter B.
Copeland and Reuben Cottler. Bor-
man is a member of the capital
needs committee of Federation. He
and Cottler chaired the division

during last year's successful cam-
paign.
A member of the board of the
Detroit Service Group, Copeland
serves on the board of the Jewish
Vocational Service-Community
Workshop.
The professional division chair-
men are Albert M. Colman, Dr.
John N. Grekin and Dr. Sidney 0.
Siegan.
Richard L. Kux heads the arts
and crafts division. He serves on
the board of the Jewish Center.
Louis E. Barden is chairman of
the metropolitan division. He is
president of Tikvah Lodge, Bnai
Brith, and past president of the
Greater Detroit Bnai Brith Council.
Mrs. Robert G. Fortnoy heads
the junior division made up of
young men and women of the com-
munity.

BONN (JTA)—President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia reiterated
here his conviction that the Arab countries should enter into peace
talks with Israel.
The Tunisian leader, who rocked the Arab world a couple of
years ago by taking that stand, made the point again in an interview
with Die Welt, leading German newspaper. He said also that war
should not be considered a means of solving the "Palestine problem."

IF YOU TURN THE

UPSIDE DOWN YOU WON'T
FIND A FINER WINE THAN

Milan Wineries, Detroit,,Mich.

A program in Jewish studies involvement, • stated specifically
started this term in the college of I in the inaugural address of the
Very Rev. Malcolm Carron, U. of
arts and sciences at the University
D. president, promote among its
of Detroit under the direction of
students and the Detroit com-
Dr. Shlomo Marenof, the Rev. Paul
munity at large a better under-
F. Conen, dean, announced.
standing of the role of Judaism
Dr. Marenof is • •
in the formation of modern socie-
initiating the pro-
ty. It will deal not only with the
gram, believed to
cultural relationships between
be the only one
Judaism and Christianity, but
of its kind at a
with the broader themes of the
Catholic univer-
history of Jewish contributions
sity, with two
in contemporary civilization and
courses which
the place of Judaism in the mod-
may be taken for
credit: one in
ern world.
comparative liter- :
Courses offered as part of the
ature, Hebrew's.
program will not be restricted to
and Yiddish; an
any single academic area, but will
the other in com-
cover subjects ranging from the
parative religion.
Hebrew language and social liter-
Dr. Marenof also
ature to ancient and medieval
will give occasion- Dr. Marenof
history, modern literature, art and
al lectures to the general student music, theater, sociology, philoso-
body.
phy, and theology.
The program is being intro-
Dr. Marenof studied at the Uni-
duced with the hope that it may,
versity of Chicago and New York
in keeping with the promise for
University and earned his doc-
true ecumenism and community
torate at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. From 1948 to 1958 he
was a member of the Brandeis
University f a cult y, specializing
there in Near Eastern civilization.
He is presently dean of the College
of Jewish Studies (Midrasha) is
president of the Midwestern Feder-
ation of Hebrew Teachers, and an
associate editor of Hebrew Ab-
tracts. He has published widely.

'Hate' Radio Persists
as Protests Ignored

And you don't even have to climb the Hima-
layas to get there. Just drive to the new
Port Huron Motor Inn—l-94 and the Blue
Water Bridge—and you'll find that the Port
Huron Motor Inn has everything you want
for a rest or vacation (skiing, skating, bowl-
ing, swimming, massages, exercises, won-
derful food and accommodations).

Our fifty.five dollar Shangri-La week-
package includes everything I
end

FOOT OF THE BLUE WATER BRIDGE AND 1-94

WASHINGTON, (JTA) — The
Federal Communications Commis-
sion announced that it had denied
petitions from a group of organi-
zations engaged in fighting discri-
mination to reconsider an earlier
ruling extending the license of Ra-
dio Station KTYM of Inglewood,
Calif. The station had been accused
of broadcasting false and defama-
tory material of an anti-Semitic
nature.
The FCC held earlier that the
station had fulfilled its obliga-
tions by offering radio time for
reply to those mentioned in its
broadcasts.
The American Jewish Commit-
tee, the American Civil Liberties
Union and the United Church of
Christ were associated with the
Anti-Defamation League of Bnai
Brith which had initiated the action
against the station.
Their petitions to the FCC took
the position that the station had
"an affirmative duty" to screen out
material encouraging religious pre-
judices and that the offer of time
to reply did not meet the require-
ment for balanced programming of
controversial issues.

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and
Tempests

Army Engineers Aid
Israel Towns Isolated
by Storms and Floods

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Army en-
gineers were sent into southern
Israel Jan. 19 to build emergency
bridges to communities cut off by
rains, snow and floods in two days
of winter storms.
Helicopters were ordered to
handle emergency evacuations.
Settlements cut off from contact
included Talmei Yaffe and Geah.
Snow fell on the upper Galilee
mountains and the weather bureau
forecast snow in the Judean Moun-
tains.

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Bourguiba Repeats Call for Peace Talks

Dr. Marenof Starts Jewish
Studies Program at U .of D.

The Allied Jewish Campaign's
metropolitan division has com-
menced its activities for the
current drive. The division's or-
ganizations section is headed by
David Teitlebaum, with Mrs.
Julius Ring as his co-chairman.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
6—Friday, January 27, 1967

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