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December 18, 1970 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

la, 1970

14—Friday,
Jewish Students' Union to Launch
University Greeted by Nixon
Anti-Left, Anti-'Establishment' Press Yeshiva
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NEW YORK (JTA)—Leaders of Canada. The reports will be chan- ard M. Nixon called Yeshiva Uni knee in both Judaic and secular
the North American region of the neled to the 40 or so on-campus versify "a credit to academic studies." (Related story Page 13)
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and an affiliated newsreel sera ice. Provide material to "five or six" Plaza Hotel, Manhattan. Nixon, 0
The press service will coordinate European Jewish-student papers, noting the theme of the event, the
and distribute news of the actin- one in Australia and all those in 25th anniversary of Yeshiva' s be
ties of the "hundreds" of rode- Israel. David Twersky cf the Rath- ing granted university status, said
from
pendent on-campus Jewish student cal Zionist Alliance here was "It is particularly appropriate that
groups in the United States and elected chairman of North Amer- this celebration be held during the
ican WUJS and will be co-editor holiday that is called the Festival
.
of the press service.
EtlISSIOD
, since
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of this fin
The convention held workshops
And Family
te the Waddle East sitnatite, So- to enlighten the youth of our coat
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society.'
ESTHER,
ALLAN
and MARVIN
TEL AVIV (JTA) —Former lions is America, the manila-
Citing the role of Dr. Samuel 0
Transport Minister Ezer Weizman tits between American Jewish
Belkin,
president
of
Yeshiva
Uni-
was unanimously elected to the Vieth and the cellantintitY, the
number two post in the Herut urban crisis and relations with versity since 1943 and the driving
force behind the school's remark-
Party here. the New Left.
able growth during that period, 11
Our meticulous attention to tine tailoring and
He will be chairman of the Most of the delegates were Zion- the President said: "Under the
superb fitting, coupled with unparalleled perms(
party's executive, the first senior ists and non-Orthodox. according
service, offers that little bit snore that makes a
Yeshiva eonnaties
to
net Benin,
leadership
of Dr. Sam-
Herut official who did not come to Twersky. He said that Jewish effective
up through the ranks of the mili- defectors from the New Left were
world of difference!
tant nationalist - movement founded helping build the Jewish student
by the late Vladimir Jabotinsky.
organizations. He described the
Gen. Weizman, a former com- new Jewish Student Press Service
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mander of the Israel Air Force, as in opposition to the Jewish Es-
CUSTOM
was nominated for the post by tablishment and the New Left, and
TAILOR
added,
"We
want
a
feeling
of
Herut leader Menahem Begin.
His deputy will be Ey-tan Livni, community."
Twenty WUJS , members staged
who has been serving as acting
a five-minute sit-in at the Soviet ,
chairman of the Herut executive.
Just W. of Coolidge
Gem Weizman, a career military Mission and a 15-minute demon-
(Min. 2 Bogs)
officer, had no known political af- stration across the street on the !
filiations until be joined the Herut steps of Park East Synagogue.
discount on large orders
Open Mon., Thurs., Fri. to 9 p.m.
Party last year when Het-tit was The students, offering to stand
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part of Premier Golda Meir's na- trial in place of the Soviet Jews
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He was named to the cabinet by from the mission by the police.
the Herut leadership but served
only briefly as minister of trans-
port. He quit his post when the
Cabal faction (Herut - Liberal)
bolted the government last summer
in protest against Israel's accept-
ance of the American Mid East
peace initiative.
Gen. Weizman is a nephew of the
late Dr. Chaim Weizmann, Is-
rael's first president, and a broth-
er-in-law of Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan.

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`Children's Adustment
Key to Family's Happy
Settlement in Israel'

TEL AVIV (ZINS)--Tbe success-
ful acclimatization of children of
new immigrants is the decisive
factor in successful integration of
the family into the social and eco-
nomic life of Israel, according to
a team of psychologists.
Many ohm are motivated by the
desire to give their children a good
Jewish education concomitant with
a general education of high stand-
ard equal to any found abroad.
Psychologists have learned that
the proper integration of chil-
dren is quite difficult at the be-
ginning, but that their success
in overcoming the initial obsta-
cles is of enormous value in the
proper grounding of the entire
tam fly.
So long as the child does not
understand Hebrew, has not ac-
quired a suntan characteristic of
his peers and is unfamiliar with
their games, he is likely to come
home in tears which, quite na-
turally, triggers family crisis.
Bus as soon as the child acquires
fluency in the language and a few
friends, he has made the first
step toward the successful integra-
tion of the whole family.

Virginia Hills! Chapter
Creates Pakistani Fund

NORFOLK (JTA) — Charles
Marks, a senior and Hillel club
officer at Old Dominion University
here, initiated a campus drive for
aid-to-Pakistan funds that netted
several hundred dollars in a few
days.
Shelley Solow, senior and presi-
dent of the club, said the money
would be sent to the International
Red Cross for relief of the many
thousands of victims of the Nov.
12-13 storm and tidal wave in East
Pakistan. The government of that
country recently rejected relief aid
from Israel.

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