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May 27, 1977 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-05-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lookstein Says Ethnicity Could Be Divisive

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NEW YORK (JTA)—
Rabbi Joseph H. Lookstein,
president of the Synagogue
•6ouncil of Arnthica
warned that the current em-
phasis on ethnicity "can be
t a mixed blessing" if the var-
1 ious groups in the United
States become concerned

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only with their own paro-
chial interests.
Lookstein made his wan.-
ing to some 800 persons at
a dinner at the Waldorf-As-
toria at which the SCA pre-
sented former Vice Presi-
dent Nelson A. Rockefeller
its first annual Wold Cov-
enant of Peace Award.
In accepting the SCA
award. Rockefeller called
on the "free world" to join
with Israel and the Arab na-
tions in a program of en-
couraging trade and corn-
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the scale of the Marshall
Plan."
"Surely this is the time to
move conclusively to a
peaceful settlement of the
Middle East problem,"
Rockefeller said.
Rockefeller said peace
must first of all assure "the
existence of the State of Is-
rael." He said peace in the
Mideast would also allow
the OPEC countries to in-
vest their excess funds in
the "productive capacity,
social progress and political
stability of the world,"

SAN DIEGO—The Israel
Tennis Center's adminis-
trative board raised more
than $145,000 toward its $1
million goal to finance the
completion of the Ramat
Hasharon Center and future
satellite centers.

idealistic" young people
into public service activi-
ties.
In his keynote address to
the annual meeting of the
Bnai Brith Commission on
Career and Counseling Serv-
ice last week, Dr. Danile
Thursz, executive vice-pres-
ident of Bnai Brith, de-
clared that Jewish volun-
teer communal groups
must end the fruitless corn-
petition among themselves.
Thursz, former dean of
the School of Social Work
at the University of Mary-
land, declared that this com-
petition, the "structured-in"
divisiveness and the endless
"plays for vanity" by lead-
ers of organizations dis-
courage young people from
joining the Jewish estab-
lishment.
"I am concerned with the
kind of image Jewish com-
munal groups have with
young people who care
about their Jewish needs,"
Thursz said.

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