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November 02, 1979 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-11-02

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Harold Shapiro: A Profile of U-M President

Shapiro,
Harold
president-elect of the Uni-
versity of Michigan, is a
nationally-prominent
economist who takes the
time to be an active family
man, takes an interest in
U-M Hillel Foundation and
attends services at Beth Is-
rael Congregation in Ann
Arbor.
Shapiro is vice president
for academic affairs and a
member of the U-M faculty
for 15 years. He will become
U-M's 10th president on
Jan. 1.
His election by the U-M
regents was unanimous.
At 44, Shapiro will be-

come one of the youngest
presidents in the univer-
sity's 162-year history.
Shapiro chose to assume
office in January because "I
haven't thought out what
my role as president will
be."
"I plan to consult not only
with faculty and students,
but also with people around
the state and my colleagues
at other universities," he
said.
Shapiro holds an under-
graduate degree from
McGill University and
graduate degrees from
Princeton. He has experi-

ence in private business as
well as the academic com-
munity.
Shapiro is known for
his research and writing
in the field of economic
forecasting, public policy
analysis, and economet-
rics. For the past decade,
he and U-M economics
Prof. Saul H. Hymans
have directed the Re-
search Seminar in Quan-
titive Economics which
produces influential
forecasts of national and
regional economic ac-
tivity.

Shapiro also has estab-

Trifa Ordered to Stand Trial

Federal Appeals Court
Judge Cornelia Kennedy
has dismissed several de-
fense motions and ordered
the U.S. government's citi-
zenship case against Roma-
nian Archbishop Valerian
Trifa to trial.
Trifa is accused of foment-
ing a pogrom in Bucharest
in 1941. The 'U.S. charges
that he concealed his ties to
the Romanian Iron Guard
when he entered the U.S.
and when he applied for

Invite to Terzi
by Indiana. U.
Is Protested

FORT WAYNE, Ind.
(JTA) — The Fort Wayne
Jewish Federation has pro-
tested to Indiana Univer-
sity against an invitation
extended to the Palestine
Liberation Organization
representative at the
United Nations, Zehdi
Labib Terzi, to speak there
on Nov. 27.
In letters addressed to Dr.
John Ryan, university
president, and Dr. Robert
O'Neil, vice president, Fed-
eration officials said the de-
cision by the university's
Memorial Union Board to
invite Terzi "is quite dis-
turbing 'to the Fort Wayne
Jewish community."
The letters stated that
Terzi "is hardly the type
of person one would ex-
pect to receive an invita-
tion from a public institu-
tion. His presence,
whether officially
sanctioned or not, places
Indiana University in an
unenviable limelight of
national prominence.
The situation is fraught
with risk and wrapped
with emotion. The result,
we fear, would not bene-
fit a discussion of the real
issues but further the
hatred and venom his
organization sym-
bolizes."
The federation urged the
university officials to con-
sider the ramifications of
the Union Board's action
and bring a sense of reason
to those who have thus far
demonstrated none."

Cohodas Elected

DENVER — Sam M.
Cohodas of Ishpeming,
Mich., has been re-elected
an emeritus trustee of Na-
tional Jewish Hospital/
National Asthma Center.

U.S. citizenship in the
1950s.
Judge Kennedy, who had
been handling the 4 1/2-
year-old case as a Federal
district judge in Detroit,
threw out defense motions
to dismiss the case which
were based on the claim
that the U.S. had the evi-
dence more than 20 years
ago which was now being
used against Trifa.
The judge ruled that
there were statements to
the contrary in the gov-
ernment's files and ex-
planations by Trifa
which the government
claims are false.

She also rejected a de-
fense challenge of the U.S.
Displaced Persons Act
which bars advocates of per-
secution from entering the
U.S.
No trial date has been set.
U.S. attorneys have asked
for at least 60 days' notice to
arrange for witnesses to
come from Israel and other
countries.
Judge Kennedy also must
decide whether to handle
the case herself or turn it
over to another judge. She
was sworn in as an appeals
court judge for the Sixth
Circuit based in Cincinnati
in early October.

Chief Rabbi Goren Officiates
at Wedding of Soviet Olim

Israel's Chief Ashkenazic
Rabbi Shlomo Goren of-
ficiated at the wedding of
Russian olim, Igor Tufeld
and Anna Pischansky, this
week, the Detroit Commit-
tee for Soviet Jewry re-
ported.
Tufeld made aliya in May
1977. His parents, Vladimir
and Izolda, have been re-
peatedly refused exit visas
because they allegedly have
knowledge of state secrets.
The elder Tufeld has had
a heart attack and is suffer-
ing back pains and must
undergo a spinal operation.
He also has developed kid-
ney complications.
Recently, the KGB (Rus-

Virbt

HAROLD SHAPIRO

lished a reputation as one of
U-M's best classroom
teachers.
Shapiro intends to con-
unue to work on the quar-
terly economic forecasts
after he takes over the
presidency.
He also hopes to continue
teaching, but notes it won't
be easy. The problem is not
time," he said, "it's having
to be in the classroom at 10
a.m. on Monday, Wednes-
day and Friday. It means no
crisis can arrive at that
time."

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PARIS (JTA) — Baron
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known for his pro-Israeli ac-
tivities, was received this
week by Egyptian President

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the Tufelds' flat under con-
stant surveillance. The
senior Tufelds want to be
reunited with their son and
new daughter-in-law, and
their request, in compliance
with the Helsinki Accords,
providing for the reunifica-
tion of families in Israel,
still is being denied.
Persons who wish to ex-
press their support to the
senior Tufelds should write
Vladimir Tufeld, Chkalova
41/2 Apt. 272, Moscow
B-120, USSR. Letters on
behalf of the Tufelds may
also be sent to Con-
gressmen, Senators and to
the Soviet Embassy in
Washington.

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rabbi of Israel, meets with newlyweds Igor and Anna
Tufeld, Russian olim, at whose wedding he officiated
this week in Jerusalem. Tufeld is showing a picture
of his parents who are unable to obtain exit visas from
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