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August 13, 1971 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1971-08-13

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Cantors. Conference Gives Award

Put all thine eggs in one basket
and—watch that basket.
—Mark Twain.

MIZRACHI
TOURS TO

ISRAEL

HIGH HOLIDAY TOUR

INCLUDING:
✓ lound Trip by Jet
✓ist Class Hotels with 3 meals on
Shabbosim & Holidays-2 meals other times
✓ Complete sightseeing in Air-Conditioned
buses including Mat and Massada

Rosh Hashana-Yom Kippur-Succos

Sept. 15-Oct. 13

29 Days

$ 1150

SUCCOS TOUR

Sept. '30-Oct. 21 $92500
21 days

B. William Kostecke (center), president of Miller Brewing Co.,
receives the American Conference of Cantors award from the ACC
chairman, Cantor Paul Kwartin (left) and President Norman Sum-
mers. The award was made to Kostecke in recognition of the unique
contribution made by Miller in "the furtherance of the best in
Jewish music."

Bar-Ilan Project New Aids Soviet Jews

TEL AVIV (JTA)—Scholars at
Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan,
are undertaking a project to help
AFTER OCT. 15
newly arrived Russian emmigrants
begin their new lives as Jews in
10 DAY TRIPS
their historic homeland.
Nearly 100 Russian students are
AT $ 385
studying at Bar-Ilan, and they are
encountering inevitable problems
100's of Other
brought on by a vastly different
Flights from $450
social background than that of
After Oct. 15 from $420
the Israelis. But, according to Uni-
versity Chancellor Dr. Joseph H.
For further information call
Lookstein, the biggest single prob-
or write
lem is the language barrier.
Some of \the students know a
little Hebrew which they gleaned
398-7180
in secret from "radical literature"
or from furtive encounters in syna-
23125 Coolidge, Oak Park
Amoork gogues or back alleys. They speak

departure from New York

MIZRACHI TOURS

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WITHOUT KEYS

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• Press the Combination

• No Keyholes or Tumblers

• Unlocks Automatically

• Jimmy Proof Dead Bolt

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868-6381

Detroit

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JACK ATTIS PHIL SWARIN

Many Jews who were never be-
fore members of any Jewish orga-
nization, especially intellectuals
and New Leftists, • were among
some 900,000 persons in 40 coun-
tries who signed the Jerusalem
Program of the World Zionist Or-
ganization, making it the largest
voluntary Jewish body anywhere.
Consult: To seek another's ap-
A report on the one-year, world- proval of a course already decided
wide membership drive was given on. —Ambrose Bierce.
by the head of the WZO organiza
tion and information department,
See For Yourself!
The Finest in the Country!
Avraham Schenker.
He explained that those who re-
sponded to the census were persons
Fine Clothes For 35 Years
over 18, primarily heads of fami-
24750 Telegraph at 10 Mile
lies, and counted for over 10 per
Daily 9-6. Thurs. & Fri. to 8
cent of the world's Jewish popula-
OPEN SUN. 11-4
tion. Results varied from one coun-
try to another, and were largest
in the smaller countries. In Cuba,
for example, 300 heads of families
signed up, accounting for the entire
community of some 1,800.
Schenker said there were 50,000
signatures from South America's
800,000 Jews; in the U. S., 650,000
signatures accounted for more than
Installed and
10 per cent of the Jewish popula-
tion; in Britain, the 650,000 signa-
Serviced
tures were about 15 per cent. The
Free Estimates
figure for the European continent
was 55,000; for Australia, 14,000
(out of 70,000); and for South
Africa, 23,000 (out of 115,000).

of learning Hebrew words from a
song or from photostats of smug-
gled copies of the Hebrew text-
book \s"Eleph Milim." But by and
large, they have relatively little
knowledge of their -Jewish lan-
guage and heritage. Many of them
have never read the Bible or espe-
cially the Talmud. As one Russian
girl at the university said, "I had
no idea what Talmud was. I had
never seen one before I came to
Israel."
Bar-Ilan scholars are making it
possible for Russian students to
begin catching up with their cul-
tural heritage by providing Rus-
sian translations of the Talmud
and the Bible. Previously, it has
not been possible for Russians to
read these holy books in their
native tongue. Now Bar-Ilan is
providing these translations for the
students to use in their Judaic
studies, and, ultimately; to help
Russian Jews all over Israel deal
with their new culture. The trans-
lation project is only a part of
Bar-Ilan's effort to help Russian
students.
The absorption committee of the
Students' Union conducts orienta-
tion on Judaism and on Israel in
their mother tongue. Regular trips
to all parts of the country show
the students something of life on
kibutzim and in villages, and they
get to know Israel's natural sights
and historical landmarks.
Rabbi Mordecai Chanzin, ad-
viser to Bar-Ilan's Russian stu-
dents and himself a Russian Jew
who spent 21 years in prison be-
fore being allowed to come to
Israel, says the aim of the univer-
siity's program is to give the stu-
dents the opportunity to know and
understand Israel • and its life, and
to help them become a part of
that life.

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140 N.Y. Educators
13721 W. 9 MILE at RIDGEDALE
Join Bar-Ilan. Studies
NEW YORK (JTA)—About 140
WE DELIVER
educators from the metropolitan
area are participating in a sum-
mer study program being offered
to teachers in New York City by
Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan ,
Israel, according to an announce-
ment by University Chancellor Dr.
Joseph H. Lookstein.
The advanced training course
was developed by Albert Shanker,
president of the United Federation
of Teachers in New York, which
is the co-sponsor, and Jules Kolod-
ney, vice president. It is the first
course of its kind to be organized
by the UFT and is unique among
summer programs in Israel.
The • course work emphasizes
study of the past history and back-
ground of Israel, and the inter-
workings of Israeli society, today.
The Board of Examiners of the
(Located in Southfield, Serving
New York City Board of Education
has approved for full credit the
Detroit and Suburbs
courses completed by the teachers
at Bar-Ilan.
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CHICAGO (JTA)—Groundbreak-
ing ceremonies were held for the
new $2,000,000 Northwest Home
for the Aged, the Chicago Sentinel
reported. The new three-story
building, which will have room
for 150 beds initially, but can be
expanded to 200 beds, will be lo-
cated in -the West Rogers Park
area, the center of Chicago's Jew-
ish population. It will replace the
old home which has 55 beds.

HARRY THOMAS

Same features as above tour

Noon

Aged Home Being Built

900,000 Zionists
Enroll to Back
Jerusalem Pledge

OFF

Sale on

Men's Clothing

Tuxedos &
Men's Suits

126 S. Woodward

(1st Block South of Maple on Woodward)

Birmingham, Mich.

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