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October 22, 1971 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-10-22

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Chancellor Soltes
to. Speak-Jl ere on
American °liege

Dr Abraham' Soltes of New
York, oluuscellor of the American
College In Jenisalem, .win relate
the purposes, progress and plans
of the:-college at an -open meeting
8 -pan. Nov 2 at, the Zionist Clu-
tural , Center:
The meeting is sponsored by the
Detroit branch-- of the Conunitte
for the American College in Jeru-
salem,- -ST private, American-spon-
sored institution which offers a
four-year liberal arts pro gr am
leading -t0'a. bachelor of arts de-
gree-
Dr. Soltes was ordained at the
Jewish institute of Religion and
in 1961 was' awarded the degree
of doctor of divi-
nity by Philathea
College, London,
Ont. -- the first
rabbi to be so
honored by this
Christian theolo-
gical- school.
' - Dr. Soltes is a
founder of the
Elebrew Arts
Eoun dation, a
meinber of the
exetutiVe. board of . the Ameiica-
IsrailICulturat -Foundation and a
member of. the- executive board of
the Tjewish :Boa Council of Ameri-
ca.
Accompanying Dr. Soltes will
be Leonard J. Goldstein, dean of
administration of the college.
Chairman of -. the Detroit group
is Dr. Harold-Davidson.

Detroiteis,

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Look dfltlEtipers

Detroit attoysdy Ahdeen Jabara
is represenjUng10
eluding fodr: Detrotter-'
s-:-in. a suit_
against the -XS. government to
win access . to .secret military
PaiSers dealing 'the Middle

The four -Detreit- plaintiffs are
James Lifferty,la 'lair partner of
Jabara; Dr. pant Loyiinger, psy-
chiatrist at Lafayette Clinic; and
David Herreshof, English teacher
at Wayne State University — all
active in antiwar ' efforts — and
James Ingram, Michigan Chron-
icle columnist. '-
The suit was filed in the U.S.
District Cotnit for the District of
Columbia. It , asks the court to
order release of, studies made by
government officials and Rand
Corp. which involve "deployment
of American armed forces per-
sonnel to the Middle East or the
use of nuclear weapons in the
area." =
Deadline for a government reply
is Dec. 8.

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Explored -in OP, Southfield

Supporters of Hebrew instruc-
tion in Oak Park and Southfield
high schools, feel they are making
headway. ,
Jack Gunsaulus, ehairman of the
Hebrew Action League, said that
school boards in both communities
are actively studying proposals to
introduce Jewish studies courses.
In response to his request, said
Gunsaulus, the Oak Park Board
of Education has set up a study
committee, and the Southfield
board has referred the request to
a curriculum development council.
He added that students in Oak
Park, Southfield and Southfield-
Lathrup high schools have con-
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