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October 22, 1965 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1965-10-22

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Johnson Promises Eshkol: U.S. to Join
in Construction of Desalination Plant

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Presi-
dent Johnson has promised Pre-
mier Levi Eshkol that the U.S.
government will take part in the
financing and implementation of
construction of the multimillion
dollar Israel nuclear desalination
project.
Myer Feldman, who served the
late President Kennedy as White
House adviser on Jewish Affairs,
met Monday with Premier Eshkol
and reportedly delivered to the
premier the President's pledge.
It was assumed that Primier
Eshkol would ask Feldman to de-
liver a personal reply to the Presi-
dent and that after that intensive
negotiations would begin in Wash-
ington on steps for implementation.
Construction of the nuclear

Rabbi Fram to Review
`The Source' at Beth Am

The adult education committee
of Temple Beth Am invites the
public to hear Rabbi Leon Fram of
Temple Israel discuss the best-
selling novel, "The So u r c e" by
James Michener, 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day, at the Cohn Building.
For reservations call Dr. Newton
Ressler, GR 4-7121.

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desalination plant —. a joint
American-Israeli undertaking —
is expected to start next year
after study and planning phases
are finished in the next few
months.
The United States took part in
the initial exploratory phases of
the pioneering project through a
joint United States-Israel Commit-
tee which was set up after Eshkol
met with the President in Wash-
ington in 1964.
While it had been widely ex-
pected that the Un i t e d States
would also participate in construc-
tion of the plant, the President's
message was the first clear indi-
cation that it would_ do so.

annual.

Nim arglatt,

Marking Great Israel University's Tenth Anniversary

Tuesday Evening, November 30
at Lobo Hall

Juvenile Violence
Erupts in Tel Aviv

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Tel Aviv's
Hatikva quarter erupted in juvenile
violence last weekend for the sec-
ond time in five days as thousands
of youths blocked the intersection
of two streets, stoned cars and
molested drivers.
Police arrested 49 of the rioters
aged 15 to 28 before finally dis-.
persing the crowd. Two policemen
were slightly injured. Forty-five
youths were arrested after a simi-
lar incident earlier last week.
In that incident, about 500
youngsters jammed the streets in
the Hatikva section of Tel Aviv,
blocking traffic, stopping cars
and molesting passersby until po-
lice moved in.
The police arrested 45 of the
youths, aged 16 to 22 and dispersed
the mob. They said the area had
been a center of holliganism in re-
cent months. On Sunday night, the
youths assembled to see "races" be-
tween cars stolen from northern
Tel Aviv.
When only one car arrived, the
disappointed youths spilled . into
the streets, shouting "we want
youth clubs" and later started
throwing stones.

SAMUEL FRANKEL, General Chairman

Detroit Friends of Bar-Han University are proud to announce
that this years event will honor

Yeshiva U. Issues
Cantor's Manual

A manual on Jewish laws for
cantors, rabbis and laymen has
been published by the Cantorial
Council of America, an organiza-
tion of cantors sponsored by the
community service division of
. Yeshiva University.
Titled "Sheliah Tsibbur B'Halak-
hah" (The Cantor's Manual of
Halakhah), the scholarly volume
represents a pioneering contribu-
tion to the field of Halakhic litera-
ture by synthesizing, for the first
time, all -the laws pertaining to
the "Sheliah Tsibbur" as found
both in the "Shulhan Arukh (the
Code of Jewish Law) and the ac-
cepted interpretations and mod-
ifications by later scholars.
Written by Cantor Walter Oren-
stein, cantor of Shaarey T'filoh of
Kings Highway, • Brooklyn, the
manual contains three sections.
The first two parts, translated
into English, discuss general laws
such as the importance of con-
centration during the service, laws
of the "Talis," (prayer shawl), a
cantor who is in mourning, laws of
the Sabbath, the Festivals and the
High Holidays. The third part con-
tains the order of services during
the year, the laws concerning
errors made during a service and a
special section of Responsa litera-
ture on vital questions.

Arts Demonstration Set
at UAHC Convention

SAN FRANCISCO — A dra-
matic portrayal of how the
arts can express religious faith
will be demonstrated in music,
dance, drama. and art to the more
than 3,000 congregational delegates
attending the 48th Biennial Gen-
era). Assembly of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
Nov. 13-18.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
18—Friday, October 22, 1965

GOVERNOR GEORGE ROMNEY

who will be awarded the distinguished

BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP

MAX M. FISHER

Guest Speaker

Honorary Chariman

RABBI MORRIS ADLER

The Fellowship will be conferred on Gov. Romney by
DR. JOSEPH H. LOOKSTEIN, President, Bar-Han University

Reservations are now being accepted. Call

DI 1-0708

The committee for the banquet is now in formation

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