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November 14, 1969 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-11-14

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Cols oil. Jack ier Make Pica for Israel i
Seholarsh i I/S at Ita•-I Ian I1o>t i

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, November 14, 1969-13

MIZRACHIPOIrrIrri
TOURS TO ,, F;44FI ; 131113



ISR:1:1EL

11 1 11 1 1 A:7--

VISIT ISRAEL AND SEE THE LAND WITH MIZRACHI
LOW WINTER RATES



10 days $360.00
2-3 weeks $440.00'

4 weeks $499.00
1-4 months $535.00

• with minimum land orranriehents

OF

Irwin 1. Cohn, chairman .4 the
scholarship f it n d for lb-it:At
Friends of liar Ilan Univer , :ity.
and .Joseph II . Jackier, chairman
of the committee for the annual
dinner, to he held at Cong. Shaare\
Zedek Dee. 3, issued an appeal to
the community for scholarships to
spur cultural activities in Israel.
They pointed out in their appeal
that scholarships have assure , :
opportunities to secure a high , :
education for scores of Israelis and
that Bar Ilan especially, thron•711
such a program, is assuring ad

Hundreds of tours are available.
For reservations and information call:

UNIVERSITY (7A MI' US

plex of graduate studies ill most of
its departments where qualified
, dilents can 01:10111 advanced de-
grees in arts and master of Sel
enc.., and the Wilt 0 . 1 - .11y has also

gained the right to grant doctor
ales in Ilebre• literature, world
literature, Talmud, Jewish history,
general philosophy and Jewish
philosophy, English and chemistry.

MIZRACHI ORGANIZATION

23125 Coolidge, Oak Park 48237

vancement in the science•: in I•
rael.

Bar-flon, which is now cidebra'
Ing its 511th anniversary, is Israel
only religious university.
Situated in Ramat Gan, F:ra•l .
fourth largest city, bordering on
Tel Aviv, the Bar•Ilan campus

already comprises 21 Imilditi•,.
The university offers 1,362 different
courses, including 210 in .h•iich
studies alone. Languages include
English, French, German. Ho , .
sian, Latin and Greek. Other soh
jeers include the social and natio
at sciences and criminology.
The ca mpus was established on
the site of a neglected orchal d
which had been a battlefield dui
Mg the War of Independence.
Construction work now in pro::
ress includes a wing in the p., ■
chology building, a special labora
tory for the psychophysiologY of
animals, a restaurant and the can
ada science building.
touches are now being added
the school of education and l iii
student hostels. Also under con
struction and slated to open short •
ty is the building which will hou-e
Bar-Ilan's giant computer.
Bar-Ilan will teach computer
Operations, and students in the
course will not only learn tech-
niques but will, under expel t
direction, assist in the actual
programing of data for Israeli
commercial and industrial enter-
prises.
Bar - Ilan has developed a ∎ ••::,,

Exotic foaming bath gel6e

Natural pine needle extracts soothe
and relax you while fabulous Bath Oren
deep cleanses your skin leaving it
velvety smooth and delicately scented.
Won't dry your skin like soaps. Won't
clog your pores like oils. No wonder
it's the bath and shower favorite of
t,
all Europe.$

no Large 6.8 oz.

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THE SOAPLESS

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itamly TIT

afloat i-

Art Show, Treasure Sale

6 a FL. 03.

of Birmingham Temple

Paintings, ceramics, sculptn - ,—
and prints by local artists and
temple members will be on
the art show and treasure -;:Ire
-----../sponsored by Birmingham Te:: '
Nov. 23 at the Farmington (:••
munity Center.
The day-long sale. beginnin_,
1 p.m., will be highlighted b ■ .
tions at 3 and 7 p.m. Refreshm•_.:: -
Will be available.
Dr. Gerald Berman. chairman r f
m-
fund raising for Birmingham
ple, heads the art sale cominnt- , e
consisting of Mrs. Tom Banks.
and Mrs. Joseph Budson. Mrs. LI:-
Elson. Mrs. Emmanuel Fri-ch.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fry man.
Mrs. C. Gaines, Mr. and
Mare Gold. Mr. and Mrs. P• ii
Levitt. Mickey Rosens. Mr..
Schott and Mr. and Mrs. Itarc , :
Stern.

There can be no friendship
where there is no freedom. Friend-
ship loves a free air, and will not
be fenced up in straight and nar-
SOW enclosures. — Wm. Fenn

ce..ctu,

INTRODUCTORY OFFER!

ANOTHER ISRAELI FAVORITE

derifiapon

Soapless soap for
sensitive skin

A mild anti-bacterial skin cleanser
with none of the harsh alkalis used in
soaps. Combats germs that
cause blemishes. So gentle it's even
ideal for baby's bath.

ua

Send $1 and we'll send you 4 generous travel size
plastic bottles-2 each of bath oren and dermapon.
Well also enclose a coupon entitling you to a refund
of 50c each on your first regular purchase!
This offer expires Dec. 31, 1969.

Large
6.8 oz.

Sugg. Pet.

Addr.ss

City

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State
Send with $1 to Tawn, Ltd., P.O. Box 548
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06602

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