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January 03, 1969 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-01-03

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6—Friday, January 3, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Detroit Payment on UJA Pledges

Educator Warns Jewish Day School Not 'Refuge' From Public School Woes

PATERSON, N.J. (JTA) — The the public schools, such as those day school's bi-cultural program
of Jewish and general studies,
Jewish day school is neither in in New York City.
with Hebrew as the language of
competition with nor meant to be
Rabbi Shuchatowitz, noting that
a replacement for the public all private schools were under instruction for Jewish studies,
presents unique barriers to wider
school and Jewish parents should pressure to accept additional en-
enrollment."
not expect the day school to be a rollments from parents of public
"city of refuge" for their school- school children, said that Hebrew
age children from public school day schools, by the nature of their
turmoil, according to a report by special programs, had "built-in"
an Orthodox Jewish educator.
limitations on their capacity to
The report was made at a meet- expand enrollments. He pointed
ing of the New Jersey region of out that "in addition to the gen-
the National Conference of Yes- eral problem of limited space, few
hiva Principals, the professional vacancies and high standards, the
affiliate of the National Associa-
tion of Hebrew Day Schools. The
report was presented by Rabbi
Annual Membership Meeting of the
Joseph L. Schuchatowitz of Pas-
saic, chairman of the region, who
Hebrew Benevolent Society
cited pressures of parents on
Jewish day schools stemming from
for the election of members of the Board of Directors, will take place
recurrent strikes and disorders in
on Thursday evening, January 9, 1969, 8:30 P.M., at their build-

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Mrs. Max Stolhnan, chairman of the Women's Division for
1969 Allied Jewish Campain-Israel Emergency Fund, presents a
check from Detroit to Albert Adelman, United Jewish Appeal chair-
man in charge of cash mobilization, in New York. At right is Wil-
liam Avrunin, executive vice-president of the Jewish Welfare Fede-
ration. The money was the response to the appeal for immediate
payment of pledges made during last year's campaign so that cash
could be sent to Israel where it is needed desperately for its health
and welfare needs.

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Pre-campaign activities are be-
Campaign-Israel Emergency Fund ing intensified with several fund-
as heads of divisions in the trades raising meetings scheduled for
and professions, January, according to Maxwell
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fessions c h a i r- chairman.
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for a second

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Leader Views Bias
of Black Militants
as Real Danger
tf,

Weisberg

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Ben Schneider
Harry Schumer
Isadore Sherr
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Harry Silverman
Isadore Silverman
A. M. Silverstein
Leo Stein
Maurice M. Stewart
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Raab, a former sociology pro-
fessor at the University of Cali-
fornia and San Francisco State
College, said that while a ma-
jority of Negroes may be oppos-
ed to the anti-Semitic behavior
of the militants, few are willing
to do anything about it lest they
seem to be attacking the militant
movement itself. "The reaction
throws another light on the abi-
lity of a movement to be anti-
Semitic without a corps of anti-
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He termed "obsolete" the Jew-
ish belief that anti-Semitism is
obsolescent as a cultural form in
America and that the general
American population was unwill-
ing to engage in it. He claimed

that black militants could find
potential allies among politicians
Co.; Leonard R. Frenkel, Aronsson willing to pacify extremists at the
expense of the Jewish community.
The writer contended that some
see "the edge of this possibility
. . . actually peeking out in New
York."
In what appeared to be a reply
to Jewish leaders - who see black
anti-Semitism
as being confined to
a.m. to 4 p.m.
only a small radical fringe, Raab
wrote "such questions ignore the
fact that this movement has al-
ready succeeded in reintroducing
political anti-Semitism as a fash-
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Samuel A. Kayne
Joseph M. Korman
Harry Laker
Louis Langwaid
Philip Langwaid
Joseph Lee
Maurice Levin
Louis Levine
Sam Levine
William I. Liberson
Hyman Lipsitz
Dr. Hugo Mandeibaum
Abe Miller
Edward Miller
Solomon G. Miller
Hyman Mitnick
Mayer Mitnick
Jacob Nosanchuk
Sol Nusbaum
Jack Peitz
Judge Joseph Pernick

NEW YORK (JTA) — A Jewish

division in the 1969 campaign dur- community leader has warned of
ing which the division raised more rising political anti-Semitism
I among black power militants who,
money than in any prior year.
he suggested, might eventually
Irving Meckler is co-chairman muster the support of the white
of the food division, also for a sec- establishment to the detriment of
ond year. He is president of Rem Jews.
Packing Co.
The opinion was expressed by
Dr. Eli Brown, chief of anesthe- , Earl Raab, executive director of
siology at Sinai Hospital, is chair- the Jewish Community Relations
man of the professional division. Council of San Francisco in an
He served as co-chairman in a sue- article in the January edition of
Commentary magazine, title d,
"The Black Revolution and the
Jewish Question."

cessful division campaign in 1968.
Serving as co-chairmen of the
professional division are Norman
D. Katz, attorney, and Jack A.
Robinson, owner of Perry Phar-
macy. All men are veterans in
Allied Jewish Campaign work.
Samuel Schiff, editor and pub-
lisher of Industrial Machinery
News, heads the arts and crafts
division. Associate chairmen are
Stanley T. Burkoff, W. B. Doner

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