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November 27, 1970 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-11-27

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::::::::: 27, 1870

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Israel's Great Auto Race — Wasn't

ASHKELON — Beset first by
angry Orthodox who threatened
violent demonstrations if it' were
held on Saturday, Israel's first in-
ternational auto race was aban-

doned Sunday because the spec-
tators turned into what a West
German racing official called "the
most uncivilized, undisciplined mob
scene I have ever seen in my life."
Police ordered the races, involv-
ing 35 drivers from 11 countries,
canceled when hundreds of view-
ers swarmed on the track after
the first race and ignored repeated
appeals over the public address
system to move.

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Panting

SOUTH SEAS

IN MIAMI BEACH
YOUR LOCATION FOR A

SUN 'N FUN VACATION

The race bad been postponed
for 24 hours after religious ex-
tremists had threatened to lie
down on the track if it were held
on the Sabbath.

DAILY Dec. 1S-Jan.
.
I$7 502;Somr rs. 11
Add s2 daily per
pers. D.C. 20-Jan. 3
Kitchenettes Available

1751 Collins Ave., Miami Beach

The promoters, a private com-
pany including Israeli and West
German interests, were to be com-
pensated financially for part of
their losses arising out of the post-
ponement. Sunday is a work day
in Israel, and attendance was
likely to be smaller than on a rest
day.
Compensation was to be in the
amount of nearly $60,000, appar-
ently raised in Orthodox quarters.
The deal was widely criticized
in Israel as a "payoff," negotiated
by Mayor Oved Ben Ami of Na-
tanya, who offered his services as
mediator to his colleague, Mayor
Rahavia Adivi of Ashkelon.

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NEAR LINCOLN MALL

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ear's Parties •
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Ministry of Education,
Zionist Federation Aid
Teachers in Diaspora

Aisl alit VMS V wr I I •
talk teed the

JERUSALEM (JTA)—The Gov-
ernment-Jewish Agency Coordinat-
ing Board have approved the
agreement recently concluded be-
tween the World Zionist Federa-
tion and the ministry of education
and culture on cooperation in the
propagation of Jewish education in
the diaspora.
The principal benefit of the
agreement is that the difficult job
of recruiting Judaica teachers for
Jewish schools outside Israel will
be taken over by the ministry. A
special section to be called the
Center for Jewish Education in the
diaspora will be set up for this
purpose.
One of the major difficulties in
the recruitment of Israeli teachers
for service abroad is that they
stand to lose their seiority rights
and other social benefits if they
stay away for long periods.
Under the new agreement, the
ministry of education promises to
see to it that Israeli teachers who
return home after a lengthy period
of expatriation do not become
worse off financially than those of
their colleagues who stayed at
home.

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NOW FOR
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Asking the convention delegates
to consider whether this type of
service constitutes "the central
purpose, or a basic focus of the
synagogue," Rabbi Harlow de-
clared: "We should fight the temp-
tation to add another gimmick to
bring another few people to the

synagogue by attempting to de-
limit their boredom in a passing
way."
He called for greater involve-
ment of laymen such as reciting
benediction at a dinner table and
the reading of prayers. He also
suggested "separate simultaneous
services in the synagogue" geared.
for example, to those satisfied
with services in Hebrew and those
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Warning that "we should not

fall into the trap of idolizing
novelty which too soon becomes

Brevities

"MUSIC of SIXTEENTH CEN
TURY ITALY" will be played on
Renaissance instruments in a pro-
gram presented by the Friends of
the Oak Park Library 9 p.m.
Wednesday -in the library.
* * *
The art works of ADOLPH
GOTTLIEB will be exhibited at
Gertrude Kasle Gallery, 310 Fisher
Building, Dec. 5 to 30.
C a *
Internationally-famed pianist
VAN CLIBURN has scheduled a
program of Brahms, Beethoven,
Rachmaninoff, Debussey and Ravel
for his performance at the Masonic
Auditorium, Dec. 4. Cliburn, who
returned from winning the pres-
tigious Tchaikovsky Competition in
Moscow in 1958 a hero to all
America, will begin his presenta-
tion with Johannes Brahms'
"Variation and Fugue on a Theme
by Handel, Opus 24."

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where one of the mathematical
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MONSEY, N.Y. (JTA) — A Jew-
ish author and lecturer delivered
a message recently to the New
York Metropolitan Region of the
United Synagogue of America
"that most Jews in this country
are more Jewishly committed than
the establishment has led us to
believe."
Dr. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin, edi-
tor of the Jewish Spectator, ob-
served that while "we are being
told that American Jewish youth
is disaffected and alienated,"
many young people "say they be-
lieve in Jewish continuity and sur-
vival."
Dr. Weiss-Rosmarin said there
was a definite trend toward the
desire for Jewish education and
survival among young Jews but de-
plored what she termed the kin-
dergarten type of Jewish educa-
tion practiced by "the vast major-
ity of Jewish parents."
This type of education, she
noted, deprives Jewish youth from
knowing "the intellectual essence
and ahead-of-our-time modernity
of Judaism."
Rabbi Jules Harlow, director of
publications, Rabbinical Assembly,
scored special rock services for
teenagers offered in a number of
congregations throughout the coun-
try.

Landscape painting is the obvi-
ous resource of misanthropy.
—William Hazlitt.

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