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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-06-04

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24 June 4, 1976

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

JPS Board Names Holtzman; Charles Feinberg Is Adviser

NEW YORK — Irwin T.
Holtzman of Detroit was
one of five new members
elected to the board of trus-
tees of the Jewish Publica-
tion Society of America at
its 88th annual meeting in

Philadelphia.
Holtzman, a Detroit busi-
nessman, owns a collection
of Jewish books, specializ-
ing in modern Hebrew liter-
ature.
Charles Feinberg, a De-
troit civic leader and honor-
ary consultant to the Li-
brary of Congress, is also a
noted collector and donor of
rare books and manuscripts.
He is retiring from the
board. Feinberg is the recip-
ient of numerous honorary
degrees from institutions of
higher learning. He has
agreed to act as an adviser
to the Jewish Publication
Society's Bibliophilic Edi-
tions project.
A. Leo Levin, professor
of law at the University of
Pennsylvania was re-

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elected president of the
society. Other re-elected
JPS officials include vice
presidents, Robert P.
Abrams, Morris Cohen,
Leo Guzik, Edward B.
Shils and Marvin Wach-
man. The JPS treasurer is
Robert P. Frankel, and the
secretary of the society is
Mitchell E. Panzer.

Re-elected to the JPS
Board of Trustees were

Israel Rejects Report Backing
PLO Program for M.E. Peace

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Israel rejected the
report by the special Com-
mittee for the Inalienable
Rights of the Palestinian
People which in effect rec-
ommend that the Security
Council adopt the Palesti-
nian Liberation Organiza-
tion's program for a Middle
East settlement.
Israeli
Ambassador
Chaim Herzog noted the
20-member committee was
made up of 16 countries that
"do not have diplomatic re-
lations with Israel and some
even deny to this day Is-
rael's right to exist. Mo-
reover, not a single free
country of standing agreed

Rabbi Deplores
Family Breakdown

FALLSBURG,
N.Y.
(JTA) — Rabbi Walter S.
Wurzburger, the newly-
elected head of the Rabbini-
cal Council of America, de-
plored the widespread
breakdown of the Jewish
family which he claimed has
reached catastrophic pro-
portions.
"This is the most formida-
ble threat to Jewish survival
facing us today," he de-
clared. Wurzburger, of Far
Rockaway, N.Y., was unani-
mously elected as president
of the Orthodox organiza-
tion. He succeeds Rabbi
Fabian Schonfeld.
In his acceptance address,
Wurzburger cited studies
which indicated that alarm-
ing numbers of Jewish mar-
riages are being dissolved,
in some areas of the country
approaching the shocking
rate of four out of 10 mar-
riages.

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to take part in the work of
the committee, so utterly
prejudiced was it considered
to be."
The committee's report
which will go to the Security
Council for a debate some-
times this month recom-
mends a settlement of the
Palestinian problem in
stages. First, Israel would
withdraw unconditionally
from the West Bank, Gaza
and East Jerusalem within
one year. Palestinians
would then return to these
areas under United Nation's
jurisdiction.
This would follow with a
PLO takeover of the area
from the UN and the crea-
tion of "an independent
Palestinian entity."
Once this is accomplished
the UN can make "ar-
rangements for . . . the res-
olution of outstanding prob-
lems and the establishment
of a just and lasting peace in
the region . . ."

Military Rule Due in Israel?

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — The
future of Israel's democratic
form of government may
soon rest in the hands of
persons of purely military
background, writes the pol-
itical correspondent of the
Hebrew morning daily,
Ha'aretz.
The report names three
reserve generals — Yigal
Yadin, Haim Laskow, and
Meir Zorea — who have
taken the initiative to create
a new political unit which
will present a list of-candi-
dates for election to the next
Knesset.
The Ha'aretz article char-
acterizes this proposed list
as a "Danger to Israel's
democratic form of govern-
ment."
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NEW YORK — Dr.
Stuart F. Rosenberg of To-
ronto has been designated
by Dr. Gerson D. Cohen,
chancellor of The Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America, as Sabato Morals
Fellow of the seminary for
life. The award will be con-
ferred on Dr. Rosenberg
June 14 at a reception
scheduled at the Inn-on-the-
Park, Toronto.
Dr. Rosenberg was born
in New York City and re-
ceived his undergraduate
education at Brooklyn Col-
lege of the City University.
He was ordained as rabbi,
teacher and preacher by the
seminary in 1945, and con-
tinued his studies at Colum-
bia University, from which
he received both MA and
PhD degrees.
In addition to his many
communal activities, which
have included presidency of
the Canadian Foundation
for Jewish Culture and
chairmanship of the United
Jewish Appeal for metropol-
itan Toronto, Dr. Rosenberg
is a founder of the Canadian
office of the United Syn-
agogue of America, a mem-
ber of the editorial board of
the quarterly journal, Con-
servative Judaism, and
served on various rabbinic
boards of the seminary.
Dr. Rosenberg, who was
involved in a court suit
against the Beth Tzedec
Congregation for releasing
him from his contract, re-
cently saw the case settled
out of court, awarding him
$500,000.

there is no threat of any
military coup, the author
argues that the very same
end result could be achieved
in a "democratic" way
through elections to the
Knesset.

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