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November 20, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-20

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16 Frik, Ittreaber 29, 1931

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Conservative Leader Seeks
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KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y.
(JTA) — Marshall Wolke,
v•ho was elected president of
the United Synagogue of
America at its biennial con-
vention here, pledged that
his organization will at-
tempt to concentrate in
meeting the needs of the
"now generation" to in--
crease Jewish religious
education for adults.
Wolke, a Chicago busi-
nessman who has been
active in the Conservative
movement for 30 years, de-
fined the "now generation"
as those who experienced
"the terrible traumas of the
1960s and the selfish
apathies of the 1970s and
who are now emerging in
the Jewish arena of the
1980s."
Wolke called on the Con-
servative movement to "in-
tensify the teaching of
Judaism, including Bible,
Jewish history and tradi-
tion, through special educa-
tion courses, seminars and
family weekends where
people live a Jewish experi-
ence."
The United Synagcigue
convention opened Sun-
day, at the Concord Hotel
here and concluded
Thursday. About 2,500
delegates from the
United States and
Canada attended. Wolke,
a member of the board of
the Solomon Schechter
Day Schools and a
member of the Board of
Jewish Education in
Chicago, succeeds Simon
Schwartz as president of
the United Synagogue.
At an earlier session,
Chaim Potok, noted scholar
and author, told the conven-
tion that "world Jewry has
traded the darkness and de-
gradation of ghetto life for
the grit and power and pride
of geo-politics."
But Potok warned that
"Jews are aware of the reso-
nance of anti-Semitism that
lingers like a stench upon
our world. But we will con-
tinue to be the eternal
other, to hold to our vision of
things."
Potok, the author of the
popular novels, "The Cho-
sen," "The Promise," "My
Name is Asher Lev," as well
as the recently published
"The Book of Lights," re-
ceived the first Rabbi
Samuel Cohen Memorial
Award of the United
Synagogue of America "for
outstanding contributions
to American Jewish life and
literature."
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