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March 28, 1969 - Image 26

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-03-28

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26—Friday, March 28, 1969

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Poet Robert Lowell Visits Hebrew U. Library for Charles Feinberg Show

Safran Joins Delegation to S. America

JERUSALEM — The American
poet Robert Lowell visited the .
Jewish National and University
Library where a collection of his
works, together with critical ' ,
pieces on his place in the contem-
porary American literary scene,
is on display in an exhibition in

the foyer outside the main read- 1961," signed by Lowell and th
ing room.
illustrator, Laurence Scott,
The majority of the material
Lowell, who gave a lecture an
was presented by Charles Fein-
berg of Detroit, a veteran support- a reading of his poetry in the u
the
library.
His
gift,
timed
versity's
Canada Hall, asked tha
er of
to coincide with the poet's visit to a visit to the library be include
the Hebrew University, includes a in his itinerary, and later signe
handprinted broadside of "Fall several of the books on display.

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The Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds delegation
left March 16 for conferences with Jewish leaders in Rio de Janeiro,
Sao Paulo, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Shown (from top) are Louis
J. Fox of Baltimore. CJF president, and Mrs. Fox; Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Katz of Columbus, 0.; Hyman Safran, Detroit, CJF vice
president; Bernard Schaenen, Dallas; Sanford Treguboff, San Fran-
cisco; Philip Bernstein, CJF executive vice president, and Theodore
Comet, CJF overseas consultant, both of New York.

)Conservative Plan for Holidays
Ma'- Mean 'Excommunication'

NEW YORK (JTA)—An Ortho-
dox leader has threatened that
acceptance by Conservative Jews
of a proposal to change from a
compulsory two-day observance of I
three biblical festivals to one day
as practiced in Israel "might lead
to formal action of excommunica
tion of the deviationists."
The plan assailed by Rabbi Ber-
nard Weinberger, president of the
Rabbinical Alliance of America,
was proposed by Rabbi Ralph
Simon, president of the Rabbinical
Assembly. the rabbinic body , of
Conservative Judaism, at its 69th
annual convention.

Council of America, and Rabbi
Joseph Karasick, president of the'
Union of Orthodox Jewish Con-
gregations.
Rabbi Weinberger denounced the
plan as a "shockingly insidious en-
croachment upon hallowed Jewish
tradition" and said that if it were
adopted, the Orthodox community
would "totally divorce itself from
any contact with Conservative and
Reform Jews."

Group of Americans
Issues Pro-Arab Data

NEW YORK (ZINS) — PO Box
It was attacked by two other 3426, Grand Central Station, New
Orthodox leaders, Rabbi Zev Se- York, is the address of an organi-
gal, president of the Rabbinical zation which bears the name .
' Americans for Understanding in
the Middle East" and which dis-
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seminates pro Arab propaganda.
It is headed by three prominent
Seen on Screen
David L. Wolper will produce Americans, Henry Fisher, curator
for Kenneth Hyman at Warner, of the Egyptian pavilion of the
"King, Queen. Knave." from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in
best-selling novel by Vladimir New York: J. B. Sanderwald,
Banokov centering around a hus- president of the Atherican Inde-
band-wife-lover triangle, with pendent Oil Co., and John Shapel,
photography to begin in England editor of Middle Eastern affairs
this summer. The production is for the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
While Arab propaganda in gen-
the second of two multi-million
dollar films Wolper prepared for eral is directed toward evoking an
the studio, with "The Great Cow- emotional response from the Amer-
boy Race." from the screenplay ican public, "Americans for Un-
be Abe Ginnes, to roll first. Wol- derstanding in the Middle East"
per still has two features for is attempting to rationalize pro-
United Artists in the can, "Bridge Arab policies.
Their propaganda material is
at Remagen," the World War II
penetrating many influential cir-
epic, shot in CSR and Italy: and
cles of American society and,
"If Its Tuesday, This Must be
Belgium," a satirical view of
according to qualified sources,
has every chance of becoming
tourist travel in Europe.
an important political force in
this country.
Israel Gift Allowance Up
The organization speaks the sta-
JERUSALEM (JTA)— The gov- tistical language of business sense,
ernment has announced that gift in service of American oil inter-
parcels valued up to $140 may be ests. In the Middle East and in
sent from Israel without a special North Africa — this organization
license. The previous limit was contends—are concentrated 76 per
S22.
cent of all the oil wells of the free
world. The two areas supply the
free world with 42 per cent of its
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oil requirements. Over 50 per cent
of the income from American for-
to Our Many Friends eign oil investments, in 1966, came
from the Arab countries ($800,000-
and Customers
000.) This sum comprises 21 per
cent of the income from all foreign
American Investments. Political
observers point out, however, that
, the Arabs' sale of oil to the free
world is not motivated by love, but
rather by reality. Russia is not in-
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