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February 05, 1971 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-02-05

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Shlihim -Criticize Israel, Ab -sorption:Methods

TEL AVIV—We must praise our sffice to another. Greater care ism in Vi
enna, eni‘ eime as olim to
all ya
shiihim, who have dared to should be devoted to their social IsraeL T

MONTH

Jan. 27 - Fab. 26

Our Torah Says: 'Moe man Is as a tree
*I the heft.. (Devi. 211:111) . le mates
life Is slather to the trim that grows In
the field. Just as a tree has roots,

branches, fruits and leaves, se too, does

• human being have roots, fruits—
which are deeds—teaves—whkh are his
words.

PLANT TREES IN ISRAEL
IN TIE NAME OF YOUR
LOVED ONES

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_
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YOUR

he conversions were car-
and cultural absorption. There are lied, out by the Vienna rabbinate.
many cases of olins, who have
The
general
manager of the Jew-
found suitable apartments and
jobs, but they cannot find social ish Agency, Moshe Rivlin, said
the
agency
has
increased its assist-
contacts. Not long ago, four Jew-
ish families out of 30 returned to anew for Jewish education all ov
Europe because they had lived the world to foster allya to Ian el.
The chairman of the allya de-
for four months near Nathanya
and nobody took an interest in partment of the Jewish Agency,
Arye
Pincus, advised a change in
them.
Nahum Golan told • the confer- the definition of onus. He denied
ence that during 1970, 9,090 dins that there are negotiations with the
from the U.S. and Canada came to Israeli government that the Jew-
Israel and it is hoped that in 1971, nut should take over the absorp-
the number will reach more than tion department again. It was ad-
10,000, among them many young wised that the general manager of
the allya department, general
families and students.
Uzi Narkis, deal with absorption
Chaim Zohar, the chairman of
Premier Golds Meir took part in
the students and pupils bureau in
the allya department, related that the last session of the conference
and
said: "Unfortunately, I cannot
in 1970, 5,700 students, among
them 1,400 yeshiva scholars, came do for the olim what you young
to Israel. The absorption ministry shlihim do for them. I can only
helped them in settling down and envy you. We believe that the day
will come, when the Soviet Union
continuing their studies.
One must admit that absorption will open its doors and let the
matters haye improved. This writ- Jewish people, who wish to come to
er has dealt often with olim from Israel, go . ."
The shlihim hope that in the
the Argentine and Brazil, and
turned frequently to the former course of time difficulties- will be
overcome
and all olim will feel a
chairman of the absorption depart.
ment in the Jewish Agency, Abra- warm and kind atmosphere on
ham Ziegel, who did a great job. arrival. Closer social contacts will
But one had to be lucky or an "ar- be kept with them, and the time
tist" to be able to meet ZiegeL It until a new oleh feels himself at
shortened.
was a pitty to see bow he was al- home, will be much
5 5
ways "attacked" by dozens of
Recently
the
musical
"Hair"
olio:, when he came to work. They
had been waiting for hours to ask was shown in Israel. The play is
still
well
attended
In
several
places
him to hasten in settling their -ab-
in the country. Religious leaders
sorption problems.
launched strong protests against
Not all is well in contacts with the musical but these increased
the absorption ministry. But peo- its publicity.
ple who have contacts with Minis-
second group tried to perform
ter Nathan Peled, the young Gen- an A Israeli
musical, "Bios" (Jump)
eral Manager Litliel Ashkenazi by Id Abrahami. It
is about the
and officials .of this ministry, get Israeli youth, with much
the Impression that they are mak- and hippism. It turned out eroticism
that the
ing great. efforts to recegnize.jhe
situation of the: new olim. They are Israeli youth was not as simple and
stupid as the managers of "Rios"
received cordially and the settling thought and the halls remained
of absorption matters is not a empty. Changes in the musical
strain on their nerves, as before. did not help. The public did not
Minister Peled told the confer- attend. The author was accused of
ence that in 1970 the Israeli gov- showing Israeli youth in a distort-
ernment spent over • 1,000,000 ed form. The press wrote that the
pounds for allya.. purposes. More play was trash with dialogues
than 40 Per cent of this sum was based on pseudo-psychology and
dedicated to hous ing and other ab- pseudo-philosophy. At the begin-
sorption problem.
s Poled said Is- ning the religious leaders made a
rael could receive, without great big fuss about' it in the Emmet,
difficulty, another 15,000 to 20,000 but when they heard that the pub-
olim, in addition to the 42,000 who lic was not coining to the per-
came to Israel in 1910.
formances, they stopped their at-
The, general manager of the tacks.
misistrz, HIBeI Aslabenag,"triressed
_The inleoetines of behleg

criticize sharply the bureaucratic
methods of aliya absorption in Is-
rael.
For four days, 20 digit shlihim
and high officials of the allya de-
partment and absorption ministry,
held a conference in Jerusalem to
discuss absorption problems. The
bater words, which should have
been used by thousands of Om
who waste their time in going from
office to office to settle their ab-
sorption problems, were express-
ed by the allya shake Moshe
Shamir (England), Yehuda Svoray
(Australia), Yitzhak Harel (Ar-
gentine), General Nahum Golan
(U.S.A.), Menahem Giladi
(France), S. Schmidt (India) and
others. They related that there is
a strong wish for ally* to Israel
all over the world but the difficul-
ties of absorption in Israel have a
deterrent effect.
The shbliim demanded changes
in the absorption system. The olim
should be received with a simple
and well-organized system of ab-
sorption and not ordered from one

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By MOBIL E ROM'
Jewish News Speibl

Israel Correspeedeat

The Israeli violinist Zvi Zeitlin
came from the U.S. to Israel for
a series of concerts with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra. Zeitlin de-
cided to play the modern Arnold
Schoenberg Concerto, which the
Israelis do not like. Before the
first concert you could see hun-
dreds in front of the Mann Audi-
torium in Tel-Aviv trying to sell
their subscription tickets, or give
them away for nothing. Many left
the concert ball in protest and did
not listen to the second half of the
concert.
The management of the orches-
tra urged Zeitlin to change his
program and he then played the
Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. The
Israeli composers and music crit-
ics were opposed to this change.
They argued that the Schoenberg
Concerto was important and a
good one and it was a shame to
exclude It from the series.
In many newspapers, subscribers
of the orchestra concerts wrote
that they paid their money for
pleasure and not for listening to
modern music, and that if the or-
chestra wished to play modern
music, it should arrange a series
of subscription concerts for the
few who are interested in that
kind of music. The orchestra com-
promised. It decided to hold a spe-
cial concert for lovers of Schoen-
berg's music on Friday afternoon in

the Mann Auditorium hall. Echlin
would play the Schoenberg

Concerto and everyone interested
could come. The attendance of 3,000
people was a surprise. It turned
out that there are many thousands
who like modern music and with
this special concert, the polemics
about the Schoenberg Concerto
died down.

TIE DETROIT JEWISH wift
Mese, February 5, 1971-17

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slim will come to Israel, including

many students.

The vice chairman of the Jewish
Agency allya -department, Rabbi
Mordehai Birshblum, denied that
this department deals with conver-
sions of non-Jews. He revealed
that in 1970, 50 partners of mixed
marriages were converted to Juda-

or more!

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