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March 07, 1986 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-07

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- - 26 Friday, March 7, 1986

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general Jewish community who
feel a need to recognize these
days, but who don't normally
attend a synagogue.
Keeping Yiddish alive is • not
the only aim of the local group.
"The members keep in contact
with other similar groups all
over the country through a na-
tional newspaper they read, and
sometimes we get together with
others in Chicago," says
Meisner.
This weekend's art show and
sale is the organization's major
fund raiser. In encouraging the
public to come, Meisner says,
"We feel it's better to buy an
original painting or sculpture
than a copy, and here you have
a chance to discover an artist,
and find something you like.

There are prices to suit all
pockets. More than 1,500 works
will be on display."
Shenandoah Country Club is
located at 5600 Walnut Lake
Road in West Bloomfield, 11/2
miles west of Orchard Lake
Road, between Farmington and
Drake.
The hours of the show are
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to
10 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. A donation is nominal.
Free refreshments will be avail-
able, and a "Sip and Shop" held
today from 8 to 10 p.m.
For information about the art
show, contact chairman, Rose
Roth, Lillian Meisner or any of
the committee through the insti-
tute's office, 553-7040 or 553-
7041. 0

Toure Remark Creates
Tension At College Park

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Baltimore (JTA) — A crude
anti-Zionist remark allegedly
made' by Black activist Kwame
Toure at a meeting sponsored
by the Black Student Union
(BSU) of the University of
Maryland recently has sparked
tension between Jewish and
Black students on the College
Park campus.
About 50 Jewish students
held a protest rally, demanding
that the university administra-
tion, the Student Government
and the BSU repudiate the pur-
ported statement by Toure,
formely known as Stokely
Carmichael, that "the only good
Zionist is a dead Zionist.
The rally ended with a candle-
light march to the home of
University President John Toll
where an unlighted candle was
left "to be re-lit only when
Jewish student concerns were
respected."
Rabbi Robert Saks, director of
the Jewish Student Center, said
he was trying to find out
whether Toure actually made
the statement attributed to him,
or other anti-Zionist or anti-
Israel statements. If he did,
Saks said, he personally would
protest to the Student Govern-
ment Association, the student
affairs office, Chancellor John
Slaughter and the University
Board of Regents.
"I take that (the statement) as
an incitement to violence," Saks
said, according to the campus
newspaper Diamondback. "I
consider it an outrage that the
president of the Black Student
Union and other students at-
tending gave him (Toure) a
standing ovation.
Slaughter, addressing the
Student Senate before the rally,
said "just because Toure spoke
here does not in any way mean
that the' University condones
his ideas or even that the BSU
condones them." BSU vice
president Ed Martin rejected a
demand by the Jewish Student
Union for an apology. "We at

BSU apologize for nothing and
no one," Diamondback quoted
him as saying.
PrOtestors at the Jewish
students' rally were joined by a
Jewish Defense Organization
(JDO) _contingent from New
York headed by its leader,
Mordechai Levy. Levy claimed
that Jewish students were
assaulted physically as well as
verbally, a change not confirmed
by other student. sources. But
Jewish students expressed con-
cern over a swastika drawn on
the door of the Jewish campus
monthly, Mitzpeh, recently.

"

Theological
Seminary Names
New Chancellor

New York — The Jewish
Theological Seminary, the cen-
tral institution for the 1.2
million Conservative Jews in
America, last Monday announc-
ed that Dr. Ismar Schorsch will
become its new chancellor. Dr.
Schorsch, 50 years old, is a
refugee from Nazi Germany who
is a scholar of European Jewish
history.
Dr. Schorsch will succeed Dr.
Gerson D. Cohen, who is retiring
on July 1 after 13 years as
chancellor. The search commit-
tee spent eight months looking
for a successor.
Dr. Schorsch, the son of a
rabbi who arrived in the U.S.
from Germany in 1940, was or-
dained at the seminary in 1962.
He holds a B.A. from Ursinus
College and a doctorate in
Jewish history from Columbia
University. He began teaching
at the seminary in 1964, and has
held the offices of dean of its
graduate school and seminary
provost as well as teaching
modern Jewish history and
authoring a book entitled
Organized Jewish Reactions To
German. Antisemitism, 18 70-
1914.

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