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February 06, 1970 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-02-06

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

32—Friday, February 6, 1970

Hans Morgenthau to Speak at Wayne U.

Hans J. Morgenthau, Distinguish-
ed Service Professor of Political
Science at the University of Chi-
cago, will deliver the luncheon ad-
dress at a three-day conference
this weekend at Wayne State Uni-
versity.
Prof. Morgenthau will discuss
"Prospects for the Future" at 12:30
p.m. Saturday in the University
Center ballroom.
The conference, "Areas of Hope
In a Divided World," is being spon-
sored by the WSU Center for
Teaching About Peace and War.
It is dedicated to the memory of
Mahatma Gandhi and Marlin Lu-
ther King Jr. There is no admis-
sion charge, and the public is in-
vited.
Mrs. Lillian Genser, 14431 Bal-
four, Oak Park, has been named
acting director of the center.

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Mrs. Genser previously served
as executive secretary and cur-
riculum coordinator of the cen-
ter, established in 1964 to de-
velop innovative programs on all
educational levels relating to
peace and war.
A WSU graduate, she is a mem-

ber of the board of the human re-
lations committees of Oak Park
and Berkley and formerly taught
at Jefferson Junior High School,
Detroit.
Mrs. Genser has been the reci-
pient of grants for the past three
years from the LAWS (Leadership
and World Society) Foundation to
conduct programs in South Oak-
land County and Detroit.
Wife of Oscar Genser, she is the
mother of two sons.

Do-It Yourself Trip
to Israel Offered

NEW YORK — In view of the
large number of young people who
visited Israel in 1969—almost one-
fourth of all tourists were between
age 14 and 25—this year in Israel,
more than ever, the accent will be
on youth.
Since many youthful travelers
arrive with no clear-cut plans, the
Israeli government is planning to
establish a special youth bureau at
Lod Airport. The proposed bureau,
which would be separate from
existing information facilites,
would be staffed with experts to
assist youngsters with their queries
concerning appropriate accommo-
dations, entertainment and study
and work opportunities.

In addition, a new "Israel on
$1-a-day" plan has been devel-
oped by the Israel Ministry of
Tourism, in cooperation with the
Camping Association. The basic
feature of the plan, which goes
into effect this April, is a $1
"runabout" ticket which allows
unlimited trips on certain buses
throughout the country.

Following their arrival in Israel,
travelers will be transported di-
rectly from the airport to a camp-
ing site and from that point on,
they'll be on their own. The young-
sters will be provided with a map
of Israel, interurban bus route
guides and suggesed itineraries
which will allow them to tour the
country independently, picking and
choosing their lodgings from any
of 14 existing camp sites.

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Jewish Perspective
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on Peace at U-M

"The rabbis have always held a
realistic definition that man is vio-
lent by nature," Rabbi Gerald
Goldman, director of the Hillel
Foundation at the University of
Michigan, said in opening a Hillel
weekend retreat at Camp Tama-
rack.
Centering on the theme "Peace
Is a Way of Life," the retreat was
co-sponsored by the U of M
Center for Research on Conflict
Resolution, one of the world's lead-
ing institutions for peace research.
Forty University of Michigan stu-
dents and staff members, from
engineering students through so-
ciologists, spent the recent three-
day weekend in a series of work-
shops—interspersed with campfire,
song and dance—exploring peace
and violence in modern society.
Joseph D. Ben-Dak, research
sociologist at CRCR, said "Man is
presently governed by political sys-
tems that are basically violent be-
cause they are dominated by the
need to maintain power." Future
survival depends on reordering
world systems in such a way as to
control violence, he said.

During afternoon sessions, the
group broke into workshops on
the Arab-Israeli conflict with
Ben-Dak, who directs the Cen-
ter's Arab refugee project.
The Hillel Peace Retreat is the

direct outgrowth of the work of
an active group of University of
Michigan students who have joined
together in a "Jewish Peace Fel-
lowship" as their response to the
growing spirit of activis mand con-
cern for peace.
This group has been holding
regular Tuesday night meetings
to explore pacifism as a way of
life and have held informational
seminars, programs, moratorium
vigils, creative services and films
that present a model for working
toward peace through the "vehicle"
of Judaism.
Ellen Frankel, a freshman from
Metuchen, N. J., and one of the co-
ordinators of the Peace Retreat,
explained the intentions of Rabbi
Goldman an dthe Jewish Peace
Fellowship in organizing the pro-
gram by noting that "there are a
large number of Jewish students
on campus who are involved in
New Mobilization, SDS and other
political action groups who never
link Judaism with activism."
Rabbi Goldman, who assumed

College Youth Involved
in Jewish Federations'
Welfare Funds Decisions

BOSTON (JTA)—In one of the
first actions of its type in the
country, the Combined Jewish

TEPs Set Open House

Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity at
Wayne State University is spon-
soring an open house Feb. 13 at
the fraternity house, 63 Virginia
Park. Prizes, a live band and re-
freshments will be provided. For
information call the fraternity
house, 873-2941.

Settlements Not Subjects
to Air Attacks, Allon Says

JERUSALEM (ZINS) — Vice

Premier Yigal Allon, in a state-
ment to the Knesset (Israel Par-
liament) declared that Israel is
not vulnerable to air attacks by
the enemy.
"Israel's air defense network is
one of the best in the world," said
Allon in response to a question
raised in the Knesset. He added
that "No enemy aircraft, which
might possibly penetrate Israel's
air defenses, could hope to return
safely to its base."

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Philanthropies of Greater Boston
has approved the involvement of
college youth in committees which
deal with the determination of
policies, programs, and priorities
of the CJP.
David R. Pokross, CJP president,
said these positions will generally
constitute normal committee mem-
bership with full voting privileges.
He said the decision to involve
youth in decision making commit-
tees was formalized by a resolu-
tion adopted by the CJP. This re-
solution, Pokross added, imple-
mented the position taken by the
General Assembly of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds on November 16, 1969, that
Federations should involve the
participation and membership of
college youth and faculty on boards
and committees of Federations."
Pokross invited three members
of the Concerned Jewish Students
to be observers at the CJP meet-
ing when its resolution was adopt-
ed. The Jewish students' group
represents a coalition of campus
student groups in Greater Boston
and New York.

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