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September 22, 1978 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-09-22

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Junior Division of the
Jewish Welfare Federation
will begin a series of open
meetings with an address
by Dr. Zvi Gitelman, 8 p.m.
Wednesday at the United
Hebrew Schools.
Dr. Gitelman, associate
professor of political science
at the University of Michi-
gan and co-chairman of the
Judaic Studies program
there, is a scholar on Russia
and the Middle East. He
will speak on "Justice —
Russian Style," from the
historical perspective.
- A member of the execu-
tive committee, Center for
Russian and East European
Studies at the U of M, Dr.
Gitelman has traveled ex-
tensively through the
Soviet Union. He is con-
tributing editor for the
American Bibliography of
Slavic and East European
Studies and former editor of
the Newsletter on Com-
parative Studies of Com-
munism.
During the 1971-72
academic year, Dr.
Gitelman was visiting
senior lecturer in politi-
cal science and research
associate at the Russian
and East European Re-
search Center at Tel Aviv
University.

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Appeals have been re-
ceived by the Jewish com-
munity from the Youth In-
stitute for Peace in the Mid-
dle East, a group of non-
Jewish young adults who
campaign via literature and
speakers on behalf of Israel
and who educate others
about the situation in the
Middle East.
The yearly budget needed
to finance the activities of
the, Michigan branch
amount to $15,000, and
nearly half of that has been
raised so far, according to
Jan Heller, Michigan direc-
tor.
In existence for nearly 10
years, the Youth Institute
lists its purposes -as follows:
• To give young people
an accurate understanding
of the history of the Arab-
Israeli conflict, the nature
of American interests in the
Middle East, and the need to
work for genuine Arab-
Israeli reconciliation;
• To build a coalition of
educated youth leaders
committed to defending Is-
rael's existence; and
• To develOp a group of
trained young organizers
who will utilize their prin-
ciples and training in their
adult careers.
Based in New York, the
Youth Institute is sup-
ported by a direct mail fund
appeal, foundation grants
and grants from the Jewish
Labor Committee, Histad-
rut and the Anti-
Defamation League of Bnai
Brith.
Branches are already
active in Baltimore, Wash-
ington and Los Angeles.
The institute publishes a
bulletin, "Crossroads."

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James Stegman, Junior
Division's lecture series
chairman, noted that Dr.
Gitelman was a participant
in the recent foreign policy
conference on the Middle
East, co-sponsored by the
Detroit Economic Club and
the U.S. State Department.

Federation's Junior Di-
vision is open to young
adults, single or married, of
post-college age through the
early 30s. Jonathan M.
Jaffa is president of the
group. For information- on
the meeting or on Junior
Division, call Lilian Berns-
tein at Federation, 965-
3939.

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meetings of the Council of
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Among the items on the
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report of the CJF Review
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is a member. The committee
spent nearly two years
studying the future of
Jewish life in North
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The Large City Budget-
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