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12 MILE AT
community's attention and re-
sources to the campus as major
factors for the increased recep-
tivity among councils and feder-
ations to 'fillet's requests for
These groups now realize. Prof.
Bernstein said, that despite the
fact that nine of every 10 Jewish
youths currently attend college,
"the campus has been a target or
opportunity that they have
missed, and missed badly.'
Federation allocations comprise
about 25 per cent of Hillel's 1970-71
budget of $3,317,000. The bulk of
the remainder is provided by Bnai
NEW YORK (JTA)—A leading
New York cantor hai denounced
experimental Jewish worship serv-
ices based on rock music, charging
awareness' that many students that application of rock "to sacred
come to college with an•ex- religious texts demeans the sanctity
of worship." Cantor David J. Fut-
their religious heritage and the
terman of the Park Avenue Syna-
"vigorous activity" of a number gogue called some of the experi-
of students to channel the Jewish mental services "totally debasing."
Writing in "Conservative Juda-
ism," the publication of the Rab-
College Youth Unit
binical Assembly and the Jewish
Aims to Curb Alienation ' Theological Seminary, Cantor Fut-
NEW YORK (JTA)—A new terman asked whether anyone could
agency, the Jewish Association for "picture the hazan on the pulpit
College Youth (JACY), designed in front of the sacred Ark, •flooded
to help curtail the apparent grow- by psychedelic multi-colored light-
ing alienation of campus-age Jews ing, chanting Kol Nidre. or Un'sane
from their religious and commu- Tokef, accompanied by souped-up
nal heritages, has been established electronic effects, gesticulating,
by the Federation of Jewish Philan- shaking his body in a f f ected
thropies, it was announced by pseudo-sexual contortions, in order
George H. Heyman, Jr., president to emphasize the frenetic rhythms
of the federation.
He asserted that the "ideal form
In making the announcement,
Heyman noted that the Jewsh fed- of Jewish service is a happy blend-
eration has accepted recommenda- ing of the old and .the new, as
tions made by its committee on befits an evolving religion and civi-
communal planning, chaired by lization." But, he added, the new
David Sher, a member of the board elements should be "spiritual and
of trustees, to establish JACY as a esthetic and new synagogue music
subvention agency of federation should interpret and enhance the
meaning of the liturgical texts.
through a grant of $75,000.
JACY will not only manage its Describing experiments which met
own program, but will also enjoy those standards as "musical crea-
latitude to seek funds beyond those tivity," the cantor noted that the
Park Avenue synagogue had, dur-
received from federation.
The work of JACY will be pri- ing the past 25 years, commis-
marily in studying, planning and sioned 64 American and Israeli
financing cooperative efforts in- composers "to write new music
volving the Jewish community and for Friday evening services and
the college youth, including both their works were performed at the
intra- and intercampus programs. synagogue."
He listed the composers as in-
Direct operation of programs
Leonard Bernstein, Ernest
recognized or initiated by JACY cluding
Bloch, Lukas Foss, Morton Gould,
will be carried on by existing so- Paul Ben Haim, ,Darius Milhaud,
cial agencies, campus or other ap- Karl Salomon and Kurt Weill. He
propriate local or national organi- reported that some of the composi-
tions were "dissonant, and at
"With its vast complex of serv- times, jazzy," but over-all, "it is
ices and opportunities for meaning- religious in spirit, content and
ful participation," Heyman stated, mood. The composers were aware
"federation and its agencies can- that they were setting their music
not stand aloof from the 125,000 to sacred texts to be sung in a
Jewish college students in the 60 .House of God, not by a performer
degree-granting colleges and uni- doing his 'thing.' but by a sheliakh
versities in greater New York."
tsibbur, an emissary and repre-
' sentative of the congregation in
prayed to God." Commenting that
Get Hebrew Un i versity reek music "has no monopoly on
the 'contemporary' • label," the
135 PhDs Awarded
Prof. Bernstein cited concern
over the general turmoil at to-
day's universities, the "growing
Held Over 3rd Big Week
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WASHINGTON — Thirty-three
Jewish community councils, feder-
ations and welfare funds have be-
gun or increased annual alloca-
tions to Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
tions by a total of nearly $260,000
since 1968, the Jewish campus
The allocations have enabled
Hillel Foundations to establish four
new units, upgrade four part-time
operatons to full-time status, en-
gage additional professional staff
and intensify its program at 60
This "encouraging trend" re-
flects Hillel's effort to "reorient
fund-raising objectives so that a
higher priority is given to the
financing of programs and activi-
ties of Jewish college students,"
Prof. Marver H. Bernstein of
Princeton University, Hillel Foun-
dations' national chairman, said.
ca Ehs 7e -4■5 a t pr r: e nd par R itjn eg r
Construction in Denver o n Apartments for Aged
DENVER (JTA) — Construction for the community council, accord-
has been started on a federally- ing to Gerald Altman, president.
The funds for the $2,300,000 proj-
financed 14-story, 146-apartment
air-conditioned project for the ect are being provided through a
elderly sponsored by the Allied 100 per cent loan for 40 years
Jewish Community Council of Den- from the Federal Housing Admin-
ver. The Allied Jewish Council istration, Nathan Rosenberg, execu-
Apartments is the first such project tive vice president, reported. He
said that about 150 applications
have already been received for the
apartments, which will be handled
on a non-sectarian basis, adding
that there was no way to determine
the number of Jews who will even-
tually live in the apartments,
which are expected to be ready for
occupancy by October, 1971.
It is much easier to stop than
to do.—Winston S. Churchill
STRATFORD, Ontario — Louis
Applebaum, former music director
of the Stratford Festival, this sea-
son will compose the score for
"The Architect and the Emperor
of Assyria" opening July 20 at
the Avon Theater, Artistic Direc-
tor Jean Gascon announced.
Applebaum has been associated
with Stratford since the festival
opened in 1953. The fanfares he
composed for that initial season
With Alan Arkin
9 4 : 30 EVE. ;7(lig ni 3n,
midnight. SUN. 2:30, 4:30 EVE. 7:00,
9:30. MON., TUES., THURS. 7:00, 9:30.
WED. 12:10, 2:30 EVE. 7:00, 9:30.
"A MAN CALLED FLINTSTONE"
WK. DAYS 6:40, 10:40 SAT., SUN. 4:30,
(Entertainment & Metro
Friday, July 17, 1970-31
Applebaum Score i I;EIRGIT JEWISH NEWS
Federations Raise Hillel Allocations
$260,000 in 2 Years to Upgrade Activity
Play at Stratford
have become a part of the festival
tradition, and are played before
every performance. He organized
the first music season at Strat-
ford in 1955. continuing as music
director until 1960 and, in 1966, ar-
ranging the International Confer-
ence of Composers held at Strat-
The distinguished Canadian mu-
sician has composed for most ma-
jor theatrical ventures in this
country, including Canada's Sep-
tennial celebrations. EXPO '67
and more recently, the opening of
the National Arts Center in Otta-
wa. He has been music director
with the National Film Board and
scored the music for many NFB
films and as the CBC's music con-
sultant for television he wrote mu-
sic for many television and radio
programs. He is also music con-
sultant for the St. Lawrence Arts
Applebaum holds several ad-
ministrative posts including that
of chairman of the CAB Commit-
tee for the Promotion of Canadian
Music, and chairman of CAPAC.
He is a member of the advisory
panels to the Canada Council and
the Ontario Council for the Arts
and is on the executive of the
Canada Music Council and the Ca-
nadian League of Composers. He
has composed the music for some
23 Stratford productions and has
served as musical director on
many others. His most recent
work for the festival was the 1969
A newcomer to Stratford, but a
familiar figure to American stage,
film and television audiences.
Salem Ludwig joins the 1970 Fes-
tival company as Macey in Arnold
Wesker's p I a y, "The Friends,"
opening July 22 at the Avon.
the Solomon Bubtick cantor warned that rabbis and
JERUSALEM—I sr a elt Prime ' the award of Benjamin
Mazar and cantors
"must beware of accepting
Minister Golifa Meir, Dr. Arthur Prize to Prof.
novelty for its own sake, and seek
Ph.D. degrees to to enhance services in ways that
F. Burns, chairman of the board
of governors of the U.S. Federal : members of the university's 40th are meaningful rather than de-
Reserve System, Sir Isaac Wolfson, graduating class. A musical pro- meaning, that add new depths
leading British businessman and gram was presented by the ra ther
a novel facade."
philanthropist, Dr. Louis Freed- Gadna-Israel National Youth Sym-
distinguished U.S. scientist and I phony Orchestra under conductor
leader of the U.S. Jewish commun- Shalom Ronly-Riklis.
ity, and Prof. David Zvi Baneth,
Among those who received
emeritus professor of Arahic lan- PhDs were 26 men and women
guage and literature at the Hebrew ' who took their doctorates in the
University, were recipients of hon-
:: 1 ,
orary doctorates of the Hebrew faculty of humanities. One of these
University of Jerusalem at a con- was Takamitsu Muraoka, a Jap-
vocation held at the Rothberg anese student, who wrote his doc-
Amphitheater on the Mt. Scopus toral theises in research into the
Hebrew language. Six doctorate ,
campus on July 6.
The ceremony, held in the pres- were awarded in the faculty of
ence of Israel's President Zalmar. social sciences; 61 in the faculty .
Shazar, members of the Israel of science; 18 in the faculty of
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