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March 17, 1972 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-03-17

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German Church Struggle and Holocaust' THE DET"'"'"'
Then
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A Scholars -Conference on ,the
German Church:- Striggle and the
Holotaust - wall draw .-miny . highly
res. ted - academicians from
througbaUlle - countiy -lwApayn e
&OS -thronh
WednesdaY._
?..
Among theni . will me Dr. A. Roy.
Eckardt of Lehigh University; Dr
Manfred:Wolfson of the University
of Bonn, Dr. Uriel Tal of Tel Aviv
:-University and- Hebrew
-
- and
Franklin
.
Littell of TeMple University.3-
Littell and DriMax Kappa- (in
.of Wayne - State University. are co-
: 'chairmen of the confetence, Which
begins-- with dinner 6:30 p.m. Sun-
7: - day and an opening address by_ Dr.
Kapustin 'on • !Perspectivesin
Chuich Struggle and Holocaust
Research.",
Dr. - Eckardt will . speak _at 9
amt. Mondial! on 'The Chnrehes,
Anti-Smith=
the.
kaist!";---Dr. Tariat 1 p.M. - on
"The Last Chapter in the Pre:
Holocaust
, of German .
Jewry"; and Beate Rohm von
Oppen a St.- John's College
(Annapolis) on 'The Case of the
White Rose--Ecnmenical Aspects
of Stident Resistance-InMamith
1943."
At 9 a.m. Tuesday, Dr. Wolfson
will present 'a paper on "Toward

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Friday, March 17, 1972-11

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a ,-Okoujir-lsortiwit of--German ,Kes=
wilt lead= the lecture
suers - of. Jews in. the Nazi Era." and Dic:Littel
discussion sessions Wednes-
Afternoon; lectures will be by - Dr; day Morning, before the conclusion
Eva ,Fleischner
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of The Grail in of the conference after luncheon.
Loveland,'", O., who will speak on
"German - Christian 'Theology and
Judaism:, Some Deyelopmenta Since
the Holocauat,?.',:at-- 4-ni; and
by Dr: Hans - Tiefel -of :the College
of Idaho in • Caldwell, Ida. who
will discuss -"Use and Misues of
Luther During the Geiritan ellurch
Struggle,":-

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Israeli Journalist:
Due at Reception
'for Israel Bonds

Avralrani. Avi-llai, Israeli jour-
nalist and _former public affairs
secretary to -the late Prime Minis-
ter Levi Eslakol, will be guest
speaker at the United Israel Bond
leadership reception to be hosted
by Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Sandel 8
p.m. Sunday at their home, 24731
Sussex, Oak Park.
Avi-Hai, who came to Israel
g:-." from . Canad
was directiir of
the overseas divi-
sion in the. Israel
prime, nun
' siter's
office and also
held the posts of
special assistant
to Israel's minis-
ter of finance, as
deputy director
of 'the Jewish
Av-1•1111 - Agency's infor-
_illation department and an assist-
ant director of the Israel Bond
office in Jerusalem.
-
He was the Israel correspond-
ent of the Canadian Broadcasting
Corp., a political commentator of
the Radio Israel Malt American
Service and a reporter for the
Jerusalem Post
.
The ' reception is in advance of
the United Israel -'Bond> dinner-
dance to be held April 1 at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. Lew Norman will
- be guest -star. -
_ - . Sponsoring organizations a r e:
Radomer Mutual Society, Sephar-
dic Community' of Detroit United
Jewish Social Club, Workmen's
Circle Branch 227 and the Zionist
Revisionists.
For reservations, call the Is
rael Bond office, 557-6770.

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