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December 18, 1970 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-18

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1S—Friday, Basler 1$, 11i

TILE DETROff JEWISH NEWS

Flint News

Australian Head of Israel Appeal
Studies Flint Fund Raising Ideas

Lt. Cmdr. Michael Eshel, execu- !aide, as well as Melbourne, have
tive director of the United Israel been without precedent, with the
Appeal in Melbourne, visited Pitts- exception of the amounts raised in
burgh's Jewish Federation and 1967.
Flint's Jewish Community Coun-
cil, to study American knowhow
in raising funds for the United
Jewish Appeal.
In Flint, he visited with rela-
tives Mrs. Ben Leiter and Mrs.
Frank Kasle. -
Dec. 21—Beth Israel Sisterhood
According to Eshel, there has
Board Meeting,
been considerable success in rais-
12:30 p.m.
ing funds in the past two years,
22—Senior Friendship Club
but the sums of money obtained in
Hanuka
Party, 6 p.m.,
Australia still fall short of amounts
Temple Beth El
raised by communities similar in
23-30—Hanuka
size and structure in other parts
23—Council Budget and
of the world.
Allocation Committee
He arrived in Melbourne in 1969
on community relations
as an appeal emissary for Keren
and national service
Hayesod and remained to take
agencies, noon, Coun-
over the role of executive director.
cil Office

Community

Calendar

A graduate of the Merchant
Marine Naval College in Haifa,
he joined the navy upon its for-
mation in 1948. He served on
board ships until 1950 when he
was sent to England to study
anti-submarine warfare with the
Royal Navy; upon his return, he
was considered an anti-subma-
rine exoert and began teaching
the subject in the Israeli Navy.
In 1953, he was appointed to

Youth on The Move

Joel Jeffrey Beren was grad-
uated with honors recently from

Student Heads Yeshiva College Policy-Making Body

NEW YORK (JTA)—A 21-year-
old senior has been elected chair-
man of the Yeshiva College Sen-
ate, a policy-making body of uni-
versity administrators, faculty,
students and alumni.
The election by the group of a
student as its chairman was des-
cribed by university officials as in-
dicating an added vote of confi-
dence in furthering student parti-
cipation in college government.
Myron Kirschbaum succeeded Dr.
Abraham Tauber, a speech profes-
sor, who had served as chairman
since the senate was set up in
1969.
The college senate is composed
of five administration members,
six students, eight full-time facul-
ty members and two alumni. It has
jurisdictional power, by majority
vote, over academic standards, ad-
missions policy, curriculum, de-

—in meeting 33 times during the
past academic year, more regu-
larly than any other university
governing body—it had provided
a forum for exchange of ideas by
representatives of the entire uni-
versity family.
The senate is taking a particular
interest in curriculum evaluation
and already has instituted a num-
ber of curriculum changes, the of-
ficials added.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for
Yeshiva University has dis-
missed as "nonsense" accusa-
tions by a student group that the
administration has forsaken the
original religious Ideals of the
institution.
The dissenters, known as the

It also has authority to make
recommendations on faculty wel-
fare, including appointments,
promotions, leaves of absence
and pay. The senate was voted
into existence by the student
council and the university facul-
ty, and approved by Dr. Samuel
Belkin, university president. Of-
ficials said it was one of the
most ambitious attempts in the
nation at "student participatory
government."

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Press Leaks Spur
Call to Shadow
Cabinet Members

Max Parnes, Active
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the original raison d'etre of the
university, the educating of Jewish
community leaders, teachers, rab-
bis and knowledgeable laymen, the
function performed by the under-
graduate divisions."
The student coalition said it has
been "denied the most casual hear-
ing" by the board of trustees. The
university spokesman said, "The
budget for a school is determined

by its income," he told the JTA,
adding: "The fact is that the larg-
est investments in the university
New Student Coalition, distributed have been for the undergraduate
leaflets outside the hotel where the education. This is a matter of
university was conducting its 42nd record."
annual Hanuka dinner. The leaf-
While the students picketed, the
lets expressed the group's "fear university was hailed as a "credit
gree requirements, creation of new for the future of the religious di-
to
academic achievement in Amer-
majors and courses, scholastic per- visions at Yeshiva and Stern Col-
formance, attendance, grading sys- leges (divisions of the university)." ica" by President Nixon in a mes-
sage read for him to the 500 guests.
tems and academic honors.

tbe school of veterinary medicine
at Michigan State University.
They said that the senate was
Receiving degrees from MSU
at the fall-term commencement instrumental in formulating uni-
versity
policy during the nation-
were: Doctorate—Howard S. Tei-
the chief of general staff of the telbaum; bachelor—Ronald M. Os- wide campus tensions following the
killing
of
four students at Kent
Israeli Defense Forces, and in sipove.
State University.
1954, returned to the navy where
They said it also had been re-
he served as motor torpedo boat
sponsible for an "unclogging of
skipper; head of the anti-subma-
lines of communication" and that
rine department of a destroyer;
commanding officer of the Israel
Sheryl Kaufman, daughter of
Navy Officers College; and flag Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kaufman,
Rabbi Sees No Signs
officer on a destroyer flotilla.
will be called to the Torah as Bat
He was engaged in numerous Mitzva Dec. 26 at Cong. Beth Is- of Bias Under Allende;
naval operations until 1962, when rael.
he was transferred to the Israel
Jews Hurt Economically
Railways, where he served as
JERUSALEM (JTA) — While
principal assistant to the general
Chilean Jews have been assured
manager. In 1967, during the Six-
of the friendship and good will of
Day War, he rejoined the navy.
the new leftist regime in that
Since Eshel's administration,
country, the social revolution there
appeal results in Perth and Ade-
has caught them in a severe eco-
nomic squeeze because most Jews
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Deputy belong to the middle class, a
Premier Yigal Allon wants security Chilean rabbi said here.
officers to shadow cabinet mem-
Rabbi Egon I. Lunstein of Cong.
bers to prevent leakages to the Bnei Israel in Santiago, described
press
of
matters
discussed
at
his
country to newsmen as "a
Max Parnes, G-3100 Miller, died
closed cabinet meetings.
paradise on earth for Jews" as
Dec. 9 at age 66.
far
as
their religious and cultural
Mr. Parnes was born in Poland
Allon demanded such surveil-
and lived in Flint for the last 30 lance at a recent cabinet meeting, freedom is concerned. He said that
contrary
to earlier fears, there are
years, coming from Austria.
according to an apparently leaked
He was a member of Cong. Beth report which the newspaper Haa- no signs of anti-Semitism in the
regime of President Allende, an
Israel and co-owner of Dawn Do- retz published.
avowed Marxist who won election
nuts.
Cabinet proceedings are protect- with Communist and non-Commu-
Surviving are his wife, Joan ed by Israeli law. When the cabi- nist support.
(Faye); a son, George; two daugh- net constitutes itself a special se-
While one of the president's first
ters, Mrs. Marvin (Trudy) Berkin curity committee, news media are
of Tampa and Mrs. Jack (Eileen) forbidden under penalty of severe acts in office was the recognition
of
Cuba, Chile has shown no indi-
Brenner; a brother, Jack; and two punishment from, publishing any-
sisters, Mrs. Ben Gerber and Mrs. thing that transpires at the ses- cation of joining the anti-Israel
bloc
of Communist and Socialist
Phillip Richman, both of Miami. sions. But the cabinet is reportedly
A Max Parnes Memorial Fund concerned with the growing num- countries, Rabbi Lunstein said.
He said that President Allende
has been established at Beth Is- ber of leakages and wants to find
rael.
out who is responsible, liaaretz has many Jewish friends and has
repeatedly stated that Jews have
said.

One minister who was unidenti-
fied reportedly spoke to Haaretz's
Knesset correspondent recently.
He allegedly referred to certain
Proposals made in the cabinet
by Alien and said be would re-
sign from the government if they
were adopted.

They alleged that there has bed
"a gradual shifting of priorities in
favor of the nonsectarian graduate
schools, which produce doctors,
scientists and psychologists, Jewish
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