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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-10-17

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Rabbi Hertz to Hold Jewish Studies Chair at U-D

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and ministry — at U-D and
throughout the city — that
he will being great knowl-
edge and enthusiasm to his
new post," Fr. Carron said.
Rabbi Hertz, senior
rabbi at Temple Beth El
for the past 27 years, said
he is pleased and excited
by the appointment. "I
think the position will
give me a wonderful

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NEW YORK (JTA) —
President Carter on Mon-
day repeated his opposition
to a Palestinian state and
reiterated his pledge not to
recognize nor to negotiate
with the Palestine Libera-
tion Organization until it
accepts Israel's right to
exist.
"The United States does
not deal with organizations
which attempt to accom-
plish their objectives by
means of terrorism," he told
some 800 persons at the
Forest Hills Jewish Center
in Queens. "Terrorism is a
crime against decency and
humanity, whether. it oc-
curs on the streets of Paris
or the streets of Jerusalem,
whether those responsible
are neo-Nazis or members of
the PLO."
Carter noted that "the re-
cent acts of violence in Paris
and other French cities re-
minds us that . . . anti-
Semitism has still not be
eradicated."
President
The
scriticized the Soviet
Union for reducing the
rate of Jewish emigration
this year. "We will not
rest until every Soviet
Jew is free to emigrate."

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Hebrew Union College in
1942. He earned a PhD in
religious education in 1948
from Northwestern Univer-
sity and received an honor-
ary degree of Doctor of Div-
nity from Hebrew Union
College in 1967.

Leonard Simons, a corn-
munity and civic leader in
the Detroit area for several
years, led the fund raising
effort for the Jewish studies
chair.
Simons said the fund-
ing, in excess of $200,000,
was provided by a repre-

sentative number of indi-
viduals and organiza-
tions in the Detroit area
Jewish community.
"It brings life to the ecu-
menical spirit; to have a
Jewish studies chair at one
of our country's finest
Catholic, Jesuit univer-
sities," Simons said. "And I
can't think of an individual
who embodies ecumenism
more than Rabbi Hertz who
has devoted his life to
Jewish and non-Jewish
education."

Carter Repeats PLO Stance

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chance to expand on the Marygrove, Mercy and
things I've been doing at St. Mary's colleges and
U-D for the past 10 Sacred Heart Seminary.)
years," he said. "I love
Rabbi Hertz, 64, will have
teaching and plan to con-
sixth book, "The Roots of
tinue my research and his
My Faith," published later
writings. "And in the this
fall. Since 1970 the
near future I hope to or- courses
he has taught at
ganize a number of semi- U-D include:
to
nars, symposia and spe- the Bible; introduction
history
of
cial programs for stu- Judaism; modern Jewish
dents at U-D and the history; and the Holocaust.
other schools in the con-
A native of St. Paul,
sortium." (U of D is a
member of the Detroit Minn., Rabbi Hertz was
area Consortium of graduated from the Univer-
Catholic Colleges to- sity of Cincinnati and was
gether with Madonna, ordained with honors at the

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Carter pledged that "this
President will never turn
his back on Israel . . . This
President will not use eco-
non& and military aid as a
lever against Israel . . ." As
for Jerusalem, Carter said
its future, including that of
East Jerusalem, can be de-
cided only through negotia-
tions in which Israel would
have to consent before a
final agreement could be
reached.
The President was heck-
led repeatedly by persons in
the audience during his
speech.
In Los Angeles, Republi-
can candidate Ronald Re-
agan reiterated his opposi-
tion to a Palestinian state

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and his pledge never to deal
with the PLO.
Last week, economist
Robert R. Nathan
criticized all three
Presidential candidates
for sidestepping the na-
tion's economic problems
in their campaigns.
"None of them are talking
about programs that- will
really get the country mov-
ing," he declared in a speech
at the monthly public af-
fairs forum sponsored by
Bnai Brith International at
its headquarters in Wash:
ington.
Nathan also assailed the
Carter Administration's
economic and energy pro-
grams as ineffective.
*

Jewish Organizations Set
Election Speeches, Debates

With the election little
more than two weeks away
a number of Jewish organ-
izations are hosting talks on
U.S. politics and election
debates.
At 2 p.m. Sunday at Cong.
Bnai Moshe the Labor
Zionist Alliance of Met-
ropolitan Detroit will pre-
sent "Part III — The Corn-
ing U.S. Elections: The
American Jewish Di-
lemma." Max Fisher, hon-
orary national chairman of
the Coalition for Reagan,
will speak.
At 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Cong. Beth Achim Edward
Sanders, former senior ad-
viser to President Carter
and former president of the
American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee, will dis
cuss the 1980 Presidential
election.
Sanders' talk is spon-
sored by Senator Carl
Levin, State Senator
Doug Ross, State Repre-
sentative Joseph Forbes
and the Michigan Demo-
cratic Party.
At 8 p.m. Wednesday in
LaMed Auditorium of
United Hebrew Schools,
Richard H. Lobenthal,
Michigan Regional director
of the of
League 'of Bnai Brith, will
speak on The Dilemma of
the Jews in the 1980 Elec-
tion" at an open meeting of
the Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion Junior DIVISION.
Cong. Shaarey Zedek's
Men's Club will sponsor a
debate between representa-
tives of the three major
Presidential candidates

7:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the
synagogue. The men's club
has asked Senator Levin,
Senator Rudy Boschwitz
(R-Minn.) and former De-
troiter Aaron Rosenbaum to
be the representatives, and
are awaiting their replies.
At 8 p.m. Oct. 28, the
Metropolitan Detroit Chap-
ter of Hadassah is sponsor-
ing a talk by Richard Straus'
at Temple Beth El.
Straus is co-editor of
"Middle East Policy Sur-
vey" and will discuss
- "U.S. Policy in the Middle
East: During and After
the Election Year."
All of these events are
free and open to the public.
Last Sunday, the annual
regional board meeting of
the ADL heard a political
debate. Sen. Levin, repre-
senting Jimmy Carter, pol-
icy analyst Dr. Joseph
Churba representing
Ronald Reagan, and
Martha Green representing
John Anderson were the de-
baters.

Israel Excluded

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Egyptian sponsors of the
Mediterranean Film Festi-
val in. Alexandria next
month have excluded Israel
in the hopes of attracting
Arab film-makers.
Israel was invited to the
same festival in Italy in
June, and the Jerusalem
Post pointed out that the
festival's sponsor is Club
Mediterranee, owned by
Baron de Rothschild and di-
rected by a French Jew.

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