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December 04, 1970 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-04

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14-1Thley, December 4, 1470

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Free Jewish University Established in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG (JTA)—A free Jew- chosen by the students are being
ish University, sponsored by the held at the Y. The topics for the
Winnipeg Young Men's Hebrew As- weekly meetings are world peace,
sociation and the Hillel Founda- opportunities in Israel, the new
tion, with a grant from the Cana- left and mysticism. A new term
dian Jewish Congress, is complet- will begin in January, officials
ing its first term. Classes on topics said.

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STORE HOURS: Moe.-Then.-Fri. 9 s, .-9

Toss.-Wed.-Set. 9 e.ss.-7 p.m. This Smedley 11 e.m.-4

Lufthansa
presents
Europe for
adults.

Without the castles. Without the tearooms.
Without the guidebooks.
Instead Lufthansa offers the best entertainment
of Amsterdam and Lisbon. And the best
theatre of London. Plus many of Europe's most
fashionable boutiques, pubs, and restaurants.
You can hit all the high spots in just two weeks—
on our "Shows and Sun" tour. Including theatre
tickets, comfortable hotel accommodations,
and round-trip jet Economy Class tickets -
from New York.
Or tour the "Broadway of Europe"• for as low
as $291 from New York. For nonstop nightlife,
choose our "Europe for Swingers"• tour.
When you fly Lufthansa to Europe, you'll enjoy
our attentive European service all the way.
Including fine kosher food if you mention it when
you make your reservation. For details see
your travel agent. Or call Lufthansa.

Lufthansa

German Airlines
First European Carrier to fly the new 747.

• B I.T. Tours

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Sc Blv
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Tour prices based on 14-21 day. 15 passenger G.I.T. Economy Class
Faro, or on 14.21 day. 40 passenger 111.1 T. Economy Class Fare
Iron, New York. when applicable Land arrangements based on each
of Iwo people traveling together In none of the tours do you have
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Rabin to Be Guest of Honor

Berry to Head Shaarey Zedek 'Dinner of State'

A Shaarey Zedek-sponsored "Is-
rael Dinner of State," with Gen.
Itzhak Rabin, Israel ambassador to
the United States, will be held
7 p.m. Dec. 20 in the social hall,
it was announced by Dr. Samuel
Krohn, president.
Louis Berry. communal leader
and past president of Shaarey Ze-
dek, is general chairman.
Berry, who headed the first Is-
rael Bond dinner in 1951, when
then Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion was guest of honor, is vice
chairman of the Detroit Israel
Bond Committee.
In urging members of Shaarey
Zedek to attend, Rabbi Irwin Gro-
ner said: "This tS
Erev Hanuka Is-
rael Dinner of
State gives us an
opportunity to id-
entify ourselves
with our gallant
brothers and sis-
ters in Israel and
to show our ad-
miration for the
modern Macca-
bees, who have
Berry
so gloriously defended the honor
of the Jewish people."
Highlight of the Israel Dinner
of State will be the kindling of
an "Israel Menora of Life." Is-
rael's 22nd year of statehood
was proclaimed in Jerusalem
last May, with the kindling of a
giant Israel Menora of Life, con-
sisting of 12 branches, one for
each of the 12 Tribes of Israel
and bearing the inscription, "Am
Yisrael char—The People Israel

Guide to Schools
Cautions Against
Holiday Programs

NEW YORK — The American
Jewish Congress has distributed to
community relations councils and
group relations agencies the rec-
ommendation of the Long Island
Interfaith Council that "no reli-
gious celebrations . . . be held in
the public schools during the
Christmas-Hanuka sea so n, the
Easter-Passover season, or other
religious holidays."
In a nationwide mailing to the
councils, the AJCongress' commis-
sion on law and social action dis-
seminated the "Suggested Guide-
lines for the Public Schools Con -
cerning Religious Holidays," form-
ulated last year by Catholic, Prot-
estant and Jewish leaders on Long
Island and believed to be the first
such guidelines in the country.
They urged that the public
schools be kept "religiously neu-
tral" and said religious neutral-
ity meant "not only that the
school should show no preference
for one religion over another,
but also that it should refrain
from the promotion of any and
all religions."
The "Guidelines" defined "reli-
gious celebration" as: "A worship
or religious service of any kind,
regardless of whether conducted
by a clergyman; religious exhibits
or displays, except to the extent
that such display is a necessary or
integral part of the study of
another subject in the curriculum,
and with no intent to indoctrinate;
the presentation of religious music,
except to the extent that such
music is sung for its musical
rather than its religious content,
such as the Mozart Requiem or
the Bach B Minor Mass."

Polish Jewish Veterans
Can't Affiliate with WZO

LONDON (JTA)—The Associa-
tion of Polish Jewish ex-Service-
men subscribes fully to the Zionist
program but has declined an in-
vitation to affiliate with the World
Zionist Organization. The group's
spokesman said it v,as prevented
from doing so by its constitution
which bars affiliation with any
other bodies.

mal reception with Ambassador
Lives. It was a prayer and a
Rabin, call the Shaarey Zedek of-
dedication to the survival of the
fice,
357-5544, or the Israel Bond
land and the people of Israel.
office, 352-6770.
The 12-branched Israel Menora
of Life is now being relit in major
Jewish communities the world
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over, and it will be kindled for the
first time in Detroit at the Shaarey
HYPNOSIS-CONSULTANT
Zedek dinner.
18240 WEST McNICHOLS
Gen Rabin will be the special
guest on behalf of Israel Bonds.
Phone: 535-9661
Bonds.
BY APPOINTMENT
For reservations to the dinner,

which will be preceded by a for-

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