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September 25, 1970 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-09-25

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Beth Yehuda Plans
to Open Dormitory

Yeshivath Beth Yehuda plans to
open a dormitory after Sukot.
The dormitory, a house adjacent
to the school at 25870 Fairfax,
Southfield, has room for 16 stu
dents, but only 12 will live there
at first.
The latter are from Detroit and
are in the mesifta department, the
10th and 11th Hebrew grades.
They will live in the dormitory
during the week and go home for
most weekends.
After their normal classes, the
students will have an extra He-
brew class at night, besides time
for homework.

Rabbi Eliyohn Finkelstein,
bead of the mesifta department,
explained that the reason for the
dormitory is "to create a to-
tally academic environment for
Torah learning. We want to get
the student away from the TV
and other distractions found in
the home."

Rabbi Finkelstein also said that
Beth Yehuda hopes to "eventually
draw students from out of town,
thereby creating a yeshiva with
status and number like other
yesbivot in the country."
Beth Yehuda hopes to expand
its dormitory facilities when this
one is filled.
Cooking will be done by Mrs.
Jacob Kreitman, while Shea Klein
will be the dormitory supervisor.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Histadrut to Push Fight
to Hold Down Prices

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A Histadrut
spokesman has promised that the
trade union would continue its ef-
forts to hold down prices despite
the apparent failure of its first at-
tempt to mobilize consumer action
against rising prices.

Histadrut called one-hour con-
sumer boycotts last week in a sec-
tion of Tel Aviv, in the new immi-
grant centers of Kiryat Gat and
Beersheba and in the resort town
of Herzliya, but admitted that they
were only partially successful.
Most housewives were too busy
shopping to pay much attention to
the appeals of Histadrut volunteers.
The trade union federation said
the consumer strike was not di-
rected against goods that have in-
creased in price because of higher
taxes.
Earlier, the port of Ashdod was
shut down by a strike of maritime
workers which was opposed by His-
tadrut, Israel's trade union federa-
tion. Histadrut warned that it
would withdraw its support of the
workers unless they return to their
jobs and negotiated their demands
under normal conditions.
The harbor pilots, navigators and
tugboat operators are demanding
higher wages. Ships bound for Ash-
dod have been diverted to Haifa.
The port, Israel's newest, has been
plagued in the past by strikes and
slowdowns by longshoremen.

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Friday, Septsonher 25, 1970 19 '

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Jackson National Life Insurance Co.

Home Office 1514 Clinton Road, Jackson, Mich.

announces

The addition of a

headed by

Special Risk Division

Richard M. Herschelman

Mr. Herschelman has been active in the insurance industry
for 15 years with over 10 years of experience as the executive
vice president of one of the nation's largest brokerage agencies
specializing in obtaining life insurance for "special class risks,"

Mr. Herschelman will be national director of the newly
formed "special Risk Division" of Jackson National Life. He
will be responsible for coordinating brokerage sales and policy
issuance on special class risks. It is the hope of Jackson Na-
tional Life in the forming of the "SPECIAL RISK DIVISION,"
that we will be able to obtain life insurance coverage at rea-
sonable rates for those individuals with medical, moral or
occupational problems.

The new "special risk division" office is located at 18311.
W. Ten Mile Rd., suite No. 205, Southfield, Michigan 48075,
phone: Area Code 313-352-6806.

Richard M. Rerschelmari

Over-21 Lounge
at Jewish Center

The Young Adult Group of the
Jewish Community Center will
sponsor a lounge 8 p.m. Oct. 4, in
the Center. The decor and music
will be especially aimed at those
over 21 and will include candle
light and soft music.
Co-chairmen of the over-21
lounge are Shari Lipson, Ray Re-
beck, Joanie Friedman and Barry
Ravitz.
Coffee, cookies and punch will be
served. Admission is free to mem-
bers and nominal for guests. For
further information, call the Cen-
ter's group services division, DI 1-
4200.

After the show

Sander Levin Urges
Students to Condemn
Dissent by Violence

Democratic candidate for Gover-
nor Sander Levin told students at
Kellogg Community College, Bat-
tle Creek, that "You must take
the lead in condemning those who
use violence if you are to prevail
in the battle against injustice."
"The FBI reports that 4,330
bombings have occured in the Uni-
ted States in the past 15 months,"
said Levin. "Forty people have
been killed and 380 injured in
these senseless attacks on human
life in the name of political dis-
sent . .
"The vast majority of youth
does not believe in the tactics of
the terrorist's bomb to achieve re-
form. But unless youth condemns
these tactics, the effectiveness of
legitimate attempts to achieve re-
form will be threatened," he said.
"Those who use the bomb, the
hand grenade or the pistol claim
they are doing so in the hope of
reforming the system. They seek
your support, but they deserve
neither your support nor your
sympathy."

Yeshiva U. Offers Course
on Leftist Ideas and. Jews

NEW YORK (JTA) — Yeshiva
University is offering a two-term
course on "Leftist Ideologies and
the Jewish Problem" to be taught
by Dr. Abraham G. Duker, profes-
sor of history and social institu-
tions.
The 'course, to be given at the
Bernard' Revel Graduate School,
will cover such areas as social
justice and Judaism, leftist ideolo-
gies and Jewish problems, Jewish
leftist groups and Jews in revolu-
tionary and reform movements.

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