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June 04, 1971 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-06-04

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Peace Will Bring Youth

SOUTH FALLSBURG, N.Y.—A
festival of the lively arts again Revolution, Editor Says
will be presented at the Hotel
NEW YORK (JTA)—The foreign
Brickman, July 11-17. This week editor of Look Magazine predicted
of entertainment will include an that Israel will find itself beset
outdoor art exhibit, antique show with a multitude of internal prob-
and flea market, international folk lems once peace comes to the Mid-
dance workshops, bridge tourna- dle East.
ments and musicales.
According to J. Robert Moskin
Ben and Murray Posner, owners, if peace is achieved, "pent-up prob-
will present songwriter Irving lems, kicked under the rug for so
Caesar ("Tea for Two") in a long, will b u r s t through like
one-man show. Guest artists of bombs."
The outbreak, he said, will be
the New York City Opera Company
and the legitimate theater—high- led by youthful Israelis of both
lighted by cast m em b e r s of sexes who now are required to
"Fiddler on the Roof"—will round spend 36 months in the army be-
out the week.
tween age 18 and 21.
For them, Moskin explained, the
war in which the tiny nation finds
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itself involved is not thousands of
miles away. "The soldiers hitch-
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students go when their units are
safe for children, not stoney.
Rents $120 to $160 weekly.
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10% off in May & June
exams, and their older fathers and
Weekend Rates. Mrs. V. G. Reilly
brothers do reserve duty, often a
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This is a "special world—the cen-
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tral experience" for the youth of
Israel, the editor claimed. "There
is no Canada to cop out to. They
stay. They take it and hate the
'pressure and try to shape their
lives around it."
In a recent trip to Israel, Moskin
reported he received a variety of
answers when he asked what will
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happen when peace comes and the
borders are secured. They ranged
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work in this way. I cannot be in
such a government."
Proposals to prevent leaks, ac-
cording to the report learned by
the press, included introduction of
shadowing newsmen and ministers,
increased censorship in newspapers
and security watches.

2 Black Institutions Honor
Alabama Jewish Leaders

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (JTA)—Two
local Jewish community leaders
were awarded honorary degrees at
the annual commencement exer-
cises here of the Union Baptist
Seminary and Daniel Payne Col-
lege, both black institutions.
Jerome A. Cooper, an attorney,
and Harold E. Katz, a social work-
er, were awarded degrees in law
The dollars you give to the and the humanities respectively.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) — A threat
made recently by Premier Golda
Meir at a closed meeting that she
would resign if high-level govern-
ment discussions continue to be
leaked to the press was revealed
to the press. According to an arti-
cle in Maariv, Mrs. Meir told the
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
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NEW YORK (JTA) — Miriam
Fried, winner of the 1971 Queen
.Elizabeth of Belgium violin corn-
:, i petition, is a 23-year-old protege
of Isaac Stern, chairman of the
America-Israel Cultural Founda-
tion:
in Romania and an Israeli
since, -Ae Vas 2, Miss Fried took

PHILADELPHIA (JTA)—A co-
order to grant them all the rights
operative
effort between the Albert
of new immigrants.
Einstein Medical Center and the
Rabbi Menachem Porush of Nazareth Hospital in computer

Agudath Israel and Rabbi Kalman
Kahana of Poalei Agudath Israel
charged that by condoning the
"automatic conversion" process
being carried out in Vienna to ex-
pedite the admission of Soviet
Jews into Israel, the government
was destroying the achievements
of generations of tradition.
They claimed that the word
"conversion" had been emptied
of any real meaning and that
Israel was in danger of total
assimilation. Rabbis Porush and
Kahana urged the Knesset's
various factions to unite in spite
of their political differences to
guarantee "the future of a Jew-
ish Israel."
Interior Minister Yosef Burg of
the National Religious Party, him-
self, an Orthodox rabbi, replied
for the government and said it
was not interested in registering
non-Jews as Jews. He agreed that
incorrect registrations should be
avoided at all costs, and suggest-
ed that the Porush-Kahana motion
be sent to the Knesset's interior
committee for study.
His suggestion was approved by
all factions except for the State
List and part of Gahal, which
voted to reject the motion.

arcted - -bY:the-AICF Sharett Scholar-
- 811413',:_Fund, named after Moshe
$11ktett, rfthe late . .Israeli premier
and foreign Minister.
'..The fund has similarly aided
_such Israeli musicians as violinists
Itzhak Perlman, Pinhas Zukerman
and Sergiu Luca; pianists Daniel
Barenboim and David Bar-Illan,
and soprano Netania Davrath. An-
other AICF violinist, Yehoshua Ep-
stein, finished .sixth in the 1971
Belgian competition.
Miss Fried and Epstein studied
at the Music Academy in Tel Aviv.

-

Miss Fried then received a special
scholarship from the AICF to come

to the U.S. where she studied at
Juilliard. and at the University of
Indiana.

NYU Joins in Program

NEW YORK (JTA) — Israel's
first graduate program in music
education will be initiated this

summer by the division of music
education of the New York Univer-
sity Sch000l of Education, in coop-
eration with the Rubin Academy of
-Music in Jerusalem. The Samuel
Rubin Foundation has presented a
special grant of $12,000 to NYU to

launch the program.

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DONESON

Knows his
mountains .. .

World Bank Aids X-Way

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — The World
Bank has approved a $15,000,000
loan to the Netivei Ayalon project
in Israel, it was announced by
Shimon Peres, minister of trans-
port and communications. The
project is developing the plan for
an expressway from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem using the riverbed of
the almost dry Ayalon stream.

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