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June 06, 1975 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-06

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18 Friday, June 6, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

BB International Council Says UN Is Losing Validity

WASHINGTON — The
United Nations, once viewed
with high hopes as the best
political creation for peace
and international justice,

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has — among Jewish com-
munities throughout the
world — lost its luster and
much of its validity.
This sentiment was re-
flected at the Bnai Brith
International Council plen-
ary here in statements and
reports from council mem-
bers representing consti-
tuencies in 40 countries.
During its three-day
meeting, the council —
which elected Ricardo Hol-
zer of Panama as chairman,
the first non-American to
attain that office — also:
• Appealed to the White
-House to "remove the ques-
tion of aid to Israel" from
Middle East diplomacy and
"reaffirm for all the world
that America intends to
stand by her friends."
• Pledged to continue as
"an insistent voice of the si-
lenced Jewish community of
Syria," and asked that the

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Give Youth Role in Planning
Services, BBYO Chief Urges

WASHINGTON — The
synagogue is missing its
chance to have a more per-
vasive influence on Jewish
teenagers, the professional
head of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization said.
Congregational services
"are adult-oriented in ways
that do not attract teenag-
ers," Dr. Max F. Baer told
the BBYO national commis-
sion at. its annual meeting
here.
The result, Baer contends:
Empty seats where many
youngsters might otherwise
be participating.

He proposes that young
congregants — if the rabbi
seriously wants them to
remain congregants —
should be given "an active
role" in planning the serv-
ice with the guidance of
the rabbi.

"The principle is funda-
mental," Baer said. "It is
time that the synagogue
catch up with the reality
that motivation and interest
flow from a role in the plan-
ning process. Every success-
ful youth group lives by the
principle. The synagoguge
cannot be different."

*

Hillel to Open
2 Campus Units

- WASHINGTON — Bnai
Brith Hillel Foundations
extended its network to 340
colleges, establishing cam-
pus programs at Dickinson
College in Carlisle, Pa., and
Pace University in Pleasant-
ville, N.Y.
Hillel activities will begin
at both schools with the fall
semester.

* * *

BB Elects Head
of Drug Program

WASHINGTON — Rob-
ert Schwartzberg, assistant
director of Bnai Brith's
community volunteer serv-
ices, vas elected chairman
of the National Coordinat-
ing Council on Drug Educa-
tion at its annual meeting
here.
The council is a clearing'
house of more than 100 gov-
ernment, civic. youth, pro-
fessional and business
groups engaged in drug
programs. Italso devises
and implements education
and treatment projects to
counter drug abuse.

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Baer also was critical of
congregational boards that
challenge the rabbi because
of empty seats. "Not all reli-
gious activity has to take
place in its synagogue," he
said. "The rabbi's effective-
ness should not be judged by
the number who enter it but
by the larger congregation
which he can reach outside
the synagogue."
"A religious program
with teenagers on a Shabat
afternoon in the woods is
the rabbi being what he
should be, a mobile
teacher," Baer added.

The BBYO national di-
rector also said he de-
plored the lack of collabo-
ration between rabbis,
Jewish educators and so-
cial workers in the "de-
velopment of Jewish com-
mitment" among youth.

"They are the three larg-
est groups of specialists in
Jewish communal service,"
Baer noted. "The rabbis and
educators are steeped in
knowledge of Judaism and
Jewish life, the social work-
ers are trained and experi-
enced in adolescent behavior
and in the dynamics of
groups. Yet each works in a
world of his own, isolated
from the others."
Without an "interdisci-
plinary approach" among
them "there is a tragic
waste of talent in the Jew-
ish community and a loss to
Jewish youth," Baer con-
tended.

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