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May 03, 1968 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-05-03

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Jewish Community to Take Part
in TV-Home Discussion Series on
Problem. Solutton to Urban Unrest

Television — home discussion
groups, a unique means of ex-
ploring the issues and causes of
urban unrest and the racial crisis
in America, has been developed
by an interfaith council in Detroit.
The Jewish Community Council is
serving as a co-sponsor of the
project.
A five-part television documen-
tary, "Community Forum," will be
seen at 7:30 Monday evenings
over Channel 4 beginning May 20.
The half-hour programs will ex-
plore the causes and possible solu-
tions of racial friction in South-
eastern Michigan. Other programs
in the series will be shown May
27, June 10, 17 and 24.

In association with the tele-
vision series, the interfaith council
is in the process of developing
home discussion groups. Groups
will meet and watch the television
program at a discussion leader's
home.
At the conclusion of the week-
ly presentation, each group will
hold an informal seminar to dis-
cuss and evaluate the contents
of the program. In addition, each
group will receive supplemen-
tary materials on the urban cri-
sis prepared by the interfaith
council.
Individuals or groups who are
interested in forming a discussion

group and serving as a host for
the seminar sessions are asked to
fill out the coupon below and mail
it to the Jewish Community Coun-
cil, 163 Madison, Detroit 48226. Re-
plies must be received no later
than May 8.
The television programs will be
presented on the assumption that
violence cannot build a better so-
ciety and that disruption and dis-
order nourish repression, not jus-
tice. The programs will be con-
structed on the premise that black
and white citizens want to solve
their problems and that rational
discourse encourages prolem-solv-
ing.

JCCouncil Endorses
Petition Drive to Urge
Mayor Hire Negro Police

Delegate Assembly
to Cite Dr. Krohn,
Air Social Crisis

Technion Researches
Shipping for U. S. Navy

The community relations com-
mittee of the Jewish Community
Council has endorsed the petition
drive being co-ordinated by Com-
munity Action Neighbors North-
west (CANN) to request that the
mayor fill existing vacancies on
the Detroit police force with quali-
fied Negro applicants.
In order to attract more Negro
applicants, new methods or recruit-
ing geared at the Negro applicant
have been recommended; however,
it is emphasized that this should be
facilitated without any lowering of
present standards.

At present, the Negro popula-
tion of Detroit is approximately
35 per cent while only 5 per cent of
Detroit police officers are Negroes.
The Kerner Report was cognizant
of a situation true of Detroit as in
most large nothern cities, that an
imbalance in numbers has helped
to contribute to the present lack
of communication between law en-
forcement officers and Negro citi-
zens,
The Council's community rela-
tions committee expressed its com-
plete agreement with the 125 com-
munity organizations that have
already endorsed the CANN pete-
tion and has taken the initiative to
secure organizational support from
within the Jewish community.

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The Jewish Community Council's
final delegate assembly of the sea-
son will be held 8:30 p.m. May 14
at the Jewish Center.
Plans for the final program were
developed by the assembly plan-
ning committee under the co-chair-
manship of Mrs. Samuel Linden
and Sidney M. Shevitz.
An annual feature of the final
delegate session is the election and
installation of council officers and
executive committee members. The
assembly will pay tribute to the
outgoing president, Dr. Samuel
members from the ,Sisterhood of
Cong. Shaarey Zedek serving as
hostesses.
Krohn, who has served in office
since 1965. Lawrence Gubow, chair-
of the council's community rela-
tions committee, has been nomina-
ted to succeed Dr. Krohn.
The program portion of the meet-
ing will highlight a discussion,
"America's Social Crisis: Our Jew-
ish Religious Response." A social
hour will follow the program with

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

8—Friday, May 3, 1968

Congressman Asks Probe of Racist Threats in

Rep. Broyhill, who is a key mem-
ber of the House Committee on
District Affairs, charged that busi-
ness life here is "under a pall of
fear because of hoodlumism and
racial chauvinism somewhat similar
to that advanced by the Nazis in
the Germany of the 1930s."

(Direct JTA Teletype Wire

to The Jewish News)

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The Congressman charged spe-
cifically that black power militants
are trying to harass local Jewish
merchants out of business by ac-
cusing them of running "Jew
stores" and other accusations.
"Black Power has unleashed a
segregationist, racist, discrimina-
tory and even anti-Semitic cam-
paign against individuals in the
District of Columbia solely because

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the project.
The experiments by the Tech-
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the shipment through pipes of such
solids as coal, ore, sand and phos-
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of polymers to the water that car-
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of their race or religion," Rep.
Broyhill said. He added that there
was evidence of "coercive and con-
spiratorial activity to deprive white
businessmen of the right to en-
gage in legitimate and free trade."

WASHINGTON, D.C. (JTA) —
Joel T. Broyhill, Virginia Republi-
can, announced in a House speech
Tuesday that he has asked the
U. S. attorney-general to investi-
gate and prosecute any conspiracy
by black power extremists to har-
ass Jewish and non-Jewish white
minorities in the District of Colum.
bia.

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I WANT TO HELP

explore the causes and possible solutions to racial unrest in America
by participating in a unique five-part television-home discussion series
to begin on Monday, May 20, 7:30 p.m. over WWJ-TV. Other progranis
will be held on May 27, June 10, 17 and 24.
Hosts to serve as home-discussion leaders are needed immediately.

WILL YOU HELP?

Fill in the coupon below and mail TODAY to:

Jewish Community Council

163 Madison
Detroit, Michigan 48226

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Enroll me as a Discussion Leader for each of the five pro-
grams. As soon as possible, send me written instructions and
discussion guides.

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ADDRESS

CITY

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Long Lvov Trial Ends;

One of 15 Defendants
Gets Life, Five Go Free

STUTTGART (JTA)—The "Lvov
Trail," second longest war crimes
prosecution in West German his-
tory, ended here Monday with the
conviction of 11 former SS men
for their role in the slaugter of
more than 400,000 Jews in the Lvov
region of Poland during World
War II.
But only one of the defendants,
60-year-old former SS Sergeant
Ernst Epple, received the maxi-
mum sentence of life imprison-
ment at hard labor. Nine others re-
ceived sentences ranging from 21/2
to 10 years in prison.
One was found guilty but set
free. Four other defendants were
acquitted, all of them former SS
or Gestapo officials or camp guards
in the area where Jews were
rounded up for shooting or - ship-
ment to concentration camps.
The trial opened in October
1966. Two hundred and fourteen
witnesses testified against the 15
defendants. The Lvov district, a
region of the Ukraine, was Polish
territory before World War H.
Today it is in Russia.

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`Peace Important, Survival
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