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May 31, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-05-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, May 31, 1974-15 Plea to Lebanon:

Stop Terrorism

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Jewish
leaders called on the govern-
ment of Lebanon to stop
Palestinian terrorism "for
the safety of your own citi-
zens and for the sake of
world peace."
A letter to Lebanese Prime
Minister Taki-Adin El Sulh
was read at a protest demon-
stration and then delivered
to the consulate of Lebanon
here by Rabbi Israel Miller,
chairman of the Conference
of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organiza-
tions.
Rabbi Miller personally de-
livered the letter to the con-
sulate of Lebanon at the end
of a two-hour protest that be-
gan with memorial services
at Cong. Kehilath Jeshurun,
followed by a silent proces-
sion by members of the dem-
onstration to the consulate.

Max Schenk, Reform Rabbis' Leader, Zionist

NEW YORK (JTA) —
Rabbi Max Schenk, a long-
time leader in Reform Juda-
ism, died May 24 at age 69.
He was president of • the
American Jewish League for
Israel, an officer of the Cen-
tral Conference of American
Rabbis. chairman of the In
terreligious Committee of the
American Zionist Federation
and a former president of
the New York Board of
Rabbis.
Born in Bern, Switzerland,
Rabbi Schenk came to the
U.S. at age 3. he was gradu-
ated from City College and
was ordained by the Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion. He was re-
ligious and educational direc-
tor of the YM-YWHA in
Washington Heights.
In 1939 he went to Australia

where he was founder of
Temple Emanuel in Sydney
and served for 10 years as
president of the Zionist Fed-
eration of Australia and New
Zealand.
Rabbi Schenk was also di-
rector in Australia of the

Rise in Applications
at Rabbinical School

BUFFALO, N.Y. (JTA) —
The Reconstructionist Rabbi-
nical College in Philadelphia
is receiving currently twice
as many applications for ad-
mission as it can accommo-
date, the 14th annual Recon-
structionist convention was
told here.
Rabbi Frederic Kazan, act-
ing dean, also told the 100
delegates that of the college's
40 students, more than 20
have teaching assistantships
or fellowships at Temple
Israel-Latin Amity
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NEW YORK (JTA) — and the Hebrew University.
firms engage in world trade.
The delegates endorsed a
Ambassador Leopoldo Beni-
tez Vinueza of Ecuador, decision of the Rabbinical
president of the United Na- Assembly, the association of
tions General Assembly, was Conservative rabbis, to ac-
speaker at a luncheon honor- cept women for the minyan,
ing his old friend and diplo- and called the current at-
matic colleague, Ambassador tempt by Israel's Orthodox
rabbinate to "exclude all
Jacob Tsur of Israel.
those converted to Judaism
Speaking at a gathering of by non-Orthodox rabbis from
some 40 diplomats a n d the provisions of the Law of
statesmen, among them 18 Return" of Israel another
heads of delegations to the example of attempts by the
UN, Benitez Vinueza recall- Israel rabbinate "to restrict
ed the time he had served J e wish religious develop-
as ambassador to Argentina ment" to Orthodoxy.
and got to know Tsur, then
representing Israel.
The Eduadorian diplomat
spoke warmly of the "Is-
raeli cause," and praised the
work of the Israelo-Ibero In-
stitute, sponsors of the lunch-
eon, for its humanitarian
work.
Tsur, world chairman of
the Jewish National Fund,
OUTSTANDING AT
commented on the efforts of
the Latin American coun-
tries on behalf of Israeli in-
dependence and self-determi-
nation, and expressed his ap-
preciation for the friendship
shown Israel by the Latin
American states and the pub-
lic opinion of those countries.
The luncheon came as
preparations were being
made for the meeting of the
first Continental Conference
of the Latin American Israel
Cultural Exchange, opening
in Caracas, Venezuela Satur-
day over which Tsur will pre-
side.

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tion, chairman of the AZF
Executive and a past presi-
dent of Hadassah.

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BASEL (JTA)—The Euro-
pean Economic Community
(EEC) is considering a law
for "the protection of ani-
mals" which could lead to
the prohibition of the shehita
in several member nations,
it was revealed here last
weekend at the annual meet-
ing of the Federation of Jew-
ish Communities of Switzer-
land (SIG).
Under the law, each EEC
member could decide whether
to allow or prohibit the she-
hita on its soil. In Switzer-
land, the shehita has been
forbidden since 1893.
The delegates decided to
intensify Jewish education
programs in Switzerland.
Jean Nordmann of Fri-
bourg was elected new SIG
president. He succeeds
Georges Brunschvig of Bern
who died in October 1973.



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