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September 08, 1961 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1961-09-08

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Jewish War Veterans Award Top College Enrollments of Jews on Increase, Hillel Instit
Penn.—Address- Pekarsky of the University of
major tasks
Honor to Department of Michigan ing STARLIGHT,
200 students from American Chicago. Speaking on the subj
wish educator

At the national encampment of the Jewish War
erans
held Aug. 13-20 in Baltimore, Md., the Department o
ichigan
JWV was awarded the Community Relations Trophy
e of the
highest service honors of the organization. Se
r Getzug
(left), commander of St: Louis Park Post in
esota, pre-
sented the trophy to Jack Schwartz, Departmen
f Michigan
commander.

colleges at the National Hillel
Summer Institute, Rabbi Benja-
min M. Kahn of Washington,
D. C., national director of ' the
Bnai Brith Hillel Foundations,
stated that within 30 years two
out of three American Jews will
have attended a college or uni-
versity.
He based his prediction upon
the fact that two-thirds of today's
Jewish high school graduates ma-
triculate at an institution of high-
er learning.
This _statement was made in
the course of the keynote address
delivered at the Leadership
Training Institute sponsored an-
nually o
of
oundations, w
erve ish college students on
235 campuses throughout . the
world.
The
Jewi
concerni
and

"The Sabbath as Idea an
x-
perience," he emphasize
that
"through the study of t
Sab-
bath, students are helpe o see
more concretely how th theo-
logical, social and ethical
of Judaism are interwoven in a
systein of law and custom."
At another Bnai Brith confer-
ence—the annual national staff
conference of the Bnai Brith
Youth Organization — the social
group workers were told that one

Jewish youth to ask its
ancient of ud
function
help prese
but als
ma in+

IT'S NO RUMOR ABOUT
LEO KNIGHT
PHOTOGRAPHY

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Overlooking the beautiful
St. Glair River

ST. CLAIR
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e manuscript
the University of
Approx. One Hour's Drive from Detroit
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increased more rapidly than in-
any other year since they were
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A
sador Michael S. Comay, established.
Isra s permanent representa-
tive
the United Nations, who
will
sume the chairmanship
of t
delegation after Mrs.
eparts for home; Ambas-
Arieh Eshel, the permana-
d e p u t y representative;
deon Rafael and Ehud Avriel,
oth deputy directors-general of
the Foreign Ministry and Shab-
tai Rosenne, legal adviser to the
Foreign Ministry.
The Cabinet also assigned
five alternate delegates. They
are Gershon Avner, head of the
U. S. desk in the Foreign Minis-
try; Arthur C. A. Liveran, a
Foreign Ministry deputy direc-
bravo! bravo! bravissimo! Italian-style!
tor-general who heads the Brit-
ish Commonwealth division;
Shimshon Arad and Miss Shula-
mith Nardi.
Parliamentary observers to
act as members of this year's
Assembly delegation will be se-
lected by the new Cabinet after
it is organized.

Mrs. Meir to Head UN Dele
as General
1 Convenes

JERUSAL
TA) — Mrs.
Golda
srael's foreign
minist
again head the
Isra
ation to the forth-
co
g ession of the
ited
io General Assem
the
tgotng Cibine
id
Mrs.
is
ive in e Yor
after Ros
ashan
A
sembly n nes
pt. 19
the eve of om ippur
Other • hers of
year's
legatio to th
will be

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Jewish Welfare Fund
in Winnipeg Increases
Tuition in Schools

WINNIPEG, Canada (JTA)—
The Jewish Welfare Fund of
'Winnipeg announced that tuition
fees for all community-supported
Jewish schools will be raised 10
per cent for the coming school
year.
In making the announcement,
S. L. Morantz, chairman of the
welfare fund's education commit-
tee, said that Winnipeg's day
school tuition fees were prob-
ably the lowest in North Amer-
ica.
All families sending, children
to the Winnipeg Talmud Torah,
the Peretz Folk Schools and the
South End Branch of the Talmud
Torah will be affected by the in-
crease. Morantz said that the
increases were made necessary
by the rising costs of Jewish edu-
cation, specifically a 10 per cent
increase in teacher salaries and
a five per cent contribution this
year to a new pension fund.
The official also disclosed that
his committee was reviewing all
fee assessments to determine
whether the basic fee should not
be raised for families judged able
to pay a larger portion of the
actual costs of education of their
children. He said some families
pay the full cost and the rest
are billed on a sliding scale
based on ability to pay. The re-
view is the first family-by-family
study in four years.

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