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December 12, 1969 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-12-12

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Federation Budgeting Conference Set for Dec. 21

The 21st annual pre-campaign paign, community and agency national agencies. The 19G9 Allied
budget conference of the Jewish 'leaders meet as part of a process Jewish Campaign and Israel
Welfare Federation will be held to develop a budget formula for Emergency Fund raised a com-
9:30 a.m. Dec. 21, in the Jewish the distribution of the funds which bined total of about $10,350,000."
"At the meeting," Schwartz con-
Center, it was announced by Alan will be raised in the campaign.
E. Schwartz. Federation president. The categories for which the con- tinued, "reports are heard on lo-
Schwartz explained the function ference considers allocations are: cal and national agency needs from
of the conference: "Each yea!, overseas and Israel, local operat- the community relations division,
prior to the Allied Jewish Cant- ing funds, local capital funds and the health and welfare division and

the education division. Other needs
will be covered by reports from
the committees on capital needs
and overseas and Israel."

Hebrew Column

Homemade Car

Two 15-year-old boys built themselves
a car made of wood. It is possible to
ride in this car, just as in a real auto-
mobile.

The boys did all the work themselves.
Who are these talented boys?

Shimon Sandrusy and Eli Zerikam
"The conference," Schwartz ex- are
pupils at the Ashdod School. They
plained, "does not budget the in- live with their families in the Immi-
grant Quarter. Ell and Shimon
are
dividual agencies which our Cam- good students, courteous and quiet.
paign finances. This is done after They devoted all their spare time to
constructing the car. Instead of Idl-
the completion of the drive by our ing about the streets doing nothing,
three budget and planning divisions they decided to make all kinds of
made up of about 150 individuals things. Eli, who came from Spain,
and Shimon, who came from Morocco,
who examine in detail all requests are inseparable. They both sit on the
bench In school, and after school
from the beneficiary agencies. same
they do their homework together and
coordinates the scholarship assist- What we will do on Dec. 21 is con- work together at the little ' - enterprise"
Hills Authority.
they established in the court-
which
Associate chairmen of the divi- ance of a number of funds and skier the broad range of require-
yard of the house.
sion are Ronald L. Greenberg, past serves as a central source of in- ments for 1970. Our suggestions for
The police confiscated the car in
president of the Community Work- formation and advice concerning modification or other recommenda- order to test it and ascertain whether
shop and a trustee of the Jewish scholarships. Greenberg succeeds tions will be submitted to meeting it was not dangerous. Now, after it
was clear that the play-car of the boys
Vocational Service and Federa- his late father, Samuel S. Green- of the executive committee and
was absolutely safe, It was returned
to the boys. The boys want to give
lion; and Dr. Hyman S. Mellen, berg, who was instrumental in the board of governors of Federation
the car to the school, where It will
for final action."
chief of staff at Sinai Hospital, founding of the committee,
stand in order to serve as an example
to other boys.
and a director of the Detroit Serv-
Eli and Shimon also built a motor-
ice Group.

geting Committees Selected by Federation

The chairmen of the budgeting
and planning divisions and com-
mittees of the Jewish Welfare Fed-
eration were announced this week
by Alan E. Schwartz, Federation
president.

Irving Rose is chairman of the
committee on capital needs which
allocates funds for the construc-
tion of agency facilities. Rose,
chairman of this committee for
several years, serves on the boards
of the Jewish Home for the Aged
...„. „..,ait4-4.1.ited Jewish Charities.

Hillel Directors' Duty to Counsel Youth

George M. Zeltzer, will head the
education division which is charged
with budgeting and planning for
the Jewish education of the chil-
WASHINGTON (JTA)—The Na- "without further fragmentizing" in
Associate chairmen of the capi- dren of the metropolitan area. Zelt-
,tional Commission of Bnai Brith competition for "the soul of the
tal needs committee are David zer, past president of United He-
Hillel
has affirmed "the right and Jewish student." He said the threat
Handleman who has served pre- brew Schools, is a director of the
'obligation" of its campus directors of "duplicating programs" that
viously on the committee; and Jewish Community Council, Fed-
to counsel students on "conscien- arose years ago out of religious
Jack 0. Lefton whose communal eration and United Jewish Chari-
tious objection, selective conscien- denominationalism "has now shift-
offices include presidency of the ties.
tious objection and the draft." ed to secular organizations."
Jewish Home for the Aged, mem-
Milton J. Miller is the new
Another commission policy state- The commission disclosed it is
ber of the executive committee of
chairman of the committee on
ment approved use of Hillel's "fa- making a determined effort to
the Federation, Detroit Service
independent appeals. He holds
cilities and resources" by all Jew- "reach out" to alienated Jewish
Group, Sinai Hospital, United Jew-
offices in the Detroit Service
ish student groups on campus Youth on the American college
ish Charities, and Community Re-
Group, Jewish Community Cen-
"dedicated to valid Jewish pur- campuses. The shape of the effort
lations Division. He is vice-presi-
ter, Jewish Welfare Federation
poses," whether or not they are was outlined in a series of actions
dent of Federation Apartments.
and United Jewish Charities.
affiliated with the Hillel movement. which included a pilot project in
Max Pincus is the new chairman
The commission took formal ad- which a young rabbinical student
Stanley J. Winkelman will chair
of the community relations divi-
the year-old urban affairs com- tion to "provide hospitality" to with a background in New Left
sion, which budgets the Jewish
mittee, which was formed as an programs and activities on campus activities will serve, without Hillel
Community Council and national
expression of the organized Jew- by National Jewish Organizations. affiliation, on a Midwestern cam-
community relations agencies. Pin-
ish community's concern for the The commission deplored, h ow_ pus thatlacks any Jewish institu-
cus serves on the boards of the
importance of urban affairs in ever, the efforts of national Jewish tins
Detroit Service Group, Jewish
our time. Winkelman is vice-pres- groups to establish "competitive
The project will seek to deter-
Community Center, Jewish Wel-
ident of Federation, a past presi- and duplicative" activities on cam-
mine whether such an individual
fare Federation and Bnai Brith
dent of the Jewish Community puses.
can have greater impact than a
Anti-Defamation League.
Council, and a director of the De-
Ilillel director or other formal
Prof. Marver H. Bernstein of
Judge Lawrence Gubow, associ- troit Service Group and United
representative of the establish-
Princeton University, chairman
ate chairman of the division, is Jewish Charities.
ed Jewish community, on Jewish
of the commission, explained
president of the Jewish Community
students who are hostile to the
Martin E. Citrin, who was named
that the personal convictions of
Council, is a director of the Jew-
organized community and its
associate chairman of the commit-
a Hillel director on military
ish Home for the Aged, Federaticn
concerns and if he can help them
tee, is a member of the executive
services "should not—and do not
and Anti-Defamation League.
re-assess
their attitudes.
—enter into the counseling rela-
Dr. Peter G. Shifrin will chair committee of Federation, vice-
The program also will provide
tionship. The ultimate decision is
the health and welfare division, president of the Jewish Community
Hillel directors at several large
Center, and a director of Federa-
up to the student himself."
which oversees the many local
universities with several graduate
tion Apartments, Inc., Detroit Serv-
agencies devoted to the health and
Noting
a
"growing
community
students
who will meet with Jew-
well-being of our community. Dr. ice Group and United Jewish Char- ! acceptance of responsibility" for ish undergraduates in dormitories,
ities.
Shifrin, past president of the Fresh
' the communal needs of Jewish I student centers and coffee houses
Air Society, serves on its board
John L. Greenberg is the new students, the commission adopted —away from the formal Hillel
and those of Federation, United chairman of the committee on as policy action "the further en- "beat."
Jewish Charities and Tamarack Jewish scholarship service which couragement" of local Hillel advi-
The commission announced a
sory boards that would include "all $500,000 gift from Joseph Meyer-
segments of the Jewish community I hoff of Baltimore, toward con-
-federations, the rabbinate, Jew - struction of new Hillel facilities on
ish education, college faculties, I the restored Hebrew University
Bnai Brith and students."
campus on Mt. Scopus and at the

on Draft Problems Stressed as Policy

Synagogue Council Head Hits Linking
of Viet Pullout to ' Betrayal of Israel'

NEW YORK (JTA)—The presi-
dent of the Synagogue Council of
America Sunday assailed individ-
uals who draw a "simplistic equa-
tion" between Israel and Vietnam.
Rabbi Solomon J. Sharfman said
it was "politically and morally re-
prehensible" to suggest that U.S.
withdrawal from Vietnam "must
inexorably lead to a betrayal of
Israel."

Rabbi Sharfman spoke at the
annual dinner of the Synagogue
Council, the representative body
of the lay and rabbinic branches ,
of
Reform. Conservative and ;
Orthodox Judaism in the U.S. He
criticized sharply "public state-
ments that Jews who are critical
of the Nixon administration's po-
licy in Vietnam are doing a dis-
service to Israel."
Without identifying those alleged
to have made such statements, the
rabbi said they "ignore the funda-
mental distinction" between Israel
and Vietnam and "do a major in-
justice to Israel no less than to
our own country."
He said there is a sharp distinc-
tion between the Southeast Asia
war and the 'situation facing Israel.
"The survival of Israel is a moral
imperative that transcends the
transient, shifting grounds of
short-range strategies and inter
ests, Rabbi Sharfman said.

"Sooner or later, he said,
"American soldiers will be out
of Vietnam, and it is the Viet-
namese themselves who must

inevitably determine their own
fate. The issue for them is not
whether there is or is not to be
a Vietnam on the map. Rather It
is what kind of government,
coalition or otherwise, will gov-
ern them. There Is danger that
Vietnam will cease to exist," he
said. "For Israel, however, that
indeed is the issue will Israel
stay on the map . . . or will it
be destroyed? For it is the de-
struction of Israel that remains
the constant objective of Arab
policy."

Rabbi Sharfman said he did not
speak for or against President
Nixon's Vietnam policy. He noted
that whatever the position of
American Jews, "be it one of con-
fidence in the administration's
policies or one of criticism and
dissent, it is a position that flows
from a profound concern that we
have as American citizens for the
long-range interests and welfare
of this nation."

He conceded that "The effect of
a withdrawal from Vietnam on the
security and survival of small na-
tions who are dependent on us for
assistance is also a relevant moral
and political concern. But it is both
politically and morally reprehen-
sible to suggest that an American
disengagement in Vietnam, which
in any event is the stated goal of
President Nixon no less than of
the dissenters, must inexorably
i lead to a betrayal of Israel."

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Rabbi Benjamin M. Kahn, na- University of Maryland and for the
tional director, said it was neces- , expansion of Hillel information
sary to involve all areas of Jewish I programs about Israel on Amen-
life in the problems of campus can campuses.

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national Prize for distinguished research and scholarship established
at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Dr. Milton J. Konvitz, pro-
fessor of industrial relations and labor and professor of law, received
the prize, which carries a $5,000 stipend, at ceremonies Dec. 4 at
the New York headquarters of the American Friends of the Hebrew
UniverIty. Under the award, one of six annual prizes established by
Kaplun.,' Dr. Konvitz will spend a period in Jerusalem as visiting
professtr and conduct research at the Harry S Truman Inter-
national Center for the Advancement of Peace, which the American
Friends helped establish.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
48—Friday, December 12, 1969

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