Hebron Mayor Hopes to Get OK
Israeli Moslems to Visit Mecca
Famed Church for
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Sheikh denied by the latter. Jaabari has
Ali el Jaabari, the since sent another request through
mayor of Hebron, is still trying the Saudian Embassy in Jordan.
in Sinai Desert to Mohammed
get King Faisal's permission for
TEL AVIV—One of Christiani-
ty's oldest churches—built on the
biblical site of the Burning Bush—
was saved from destruction Tues-
day when,the Israeli army used
helicopter fire engines to douse
St. Catherine's Monastery, at the
foot of Mt: Sinai in the Sinai Des-
ert, was built 1,450 years ago. It
contains a priceless collection 'of
books, mosaics and icons, which
were not damaged.
However, eight rooms of the
monks' dormintory and a small
chaptl were destroyed.
The -tyzantine emperor Justinian
I built the monastery to honor an
Egyptian Christian martyred by
the Romans in Alexandria in the
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan
and the military chief of staff, Gen.
Hahn Bar-Lev, flew by helicopter
to direct the fight to save the mon-
astery, 56 miles northwest of
Sharm el Sheikh.
Israeli Moslems to make the pH;
grimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
Jaabari's announcement last
week that the Saudian monarch
had granted permission was
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He said that a high-ranking
Saudian official had informed a
Hebron notable that Faisal said
he conld not prevent any Moslem
from visiting the holy places in
Jaabari said he had planned to
send a delegation to Amman to
discuss measures to enable Israeli
Moslems to make the pilgrimage.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—The State
University of New York, Bnai Brith •
Hillel Foundations and the kibutz
movement in Israel have agreed
upon the establishment of a new
academic program in Israel for
American university students. Its
goal will be the development of
broadened opportunities for stu-
dents to receive course credit for
Israel studies. The initial steps
in this pilot project will be three
winter programs on "Modern Is-
rael: The Kibutz as Idea and Ex-
Students may choose from a two-
week, two-credit, course Dec. 21-
Jan. 4; a three-week, three-credit
course Jan. 4-25; or a combined
five-week program Dec. 21-Jan. 25.
The cos tin c 1 u d es tuition,
`Israel Through Eyes
trip jet fare from New York and
kibutz accommodations in Israel.
of Its Leaders' Edited
For information and applications,
contact Bnai Brith Hillel Founda-
by 3 U.S. Scholars
tions, 1640 Rhode Island, NW,
"Israel Through the Eyes of Its Washington 20036.
Leaders," an anthology produced
under the editorship of three noted
American scholars and educators, Sapir Nixei 'Quick' Jobs
was just published in Tel Aviv by for Europeans in Israel
Meorot. The 447-page book is print-
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ed in English.
Minister Pinhas Sapir said that
Editorp of this newest volume no foreign workers will be allowed
future of Israel through the to work in Israel unless they are
eyes of its leaders include Dr. experts earmarked for special pro-
Abraham I. Katsh, president of jects. He was referring specifically
Dropsie University, Philadelphia; to non-Jewish workers from Euro-
Dr. Israel T. Naamani, professor pe who sought short-term jobs in
of political science at the Univer- Israel.
sity of Louisville; and Dr. David
Rudaysky, bead of the Institute of
Hebrew Studies at New York Uni-
The 36 contributors represent-
ing every socio-economic, politi-
cal and religious phase of Israeli
life made their own selections
from their own speeches, articles,
essays or books.
Contributors include Goa Meir,
David Ben-Gurion, Menahem
Begin, Moshe Dayan, Abba Eban,
Israel Goldstein, .Itzhalc Rabin,
Zalman Shazer and 'Yigal Alton_
There is a brief biographical
sketch and evaluative introducation
of each contributor which includes
the main current of thinking, his
leadership role and the area of his
Only one of them, Levi Eshkol,
died in office as president In 1969.
However, shortly before his death
he instructed his staff to forward
his essay to the editors.
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The best thing after
Sometimes on Sundays you'd like to do a little shopping.
So from now until New Year's, our stores in the TEL-TWELVE
MALL, TECH PLAZA CENTER and TEL-HURON CENTER will be open
on Sundays. But just sometimes: NOON TO 5 P.M. (And, we'll
be open evenings 'til 9 P.M. the rest of the week.)
,Fashions for men and soon;; men.
Stores for men and young men open evenings 'til 9 and Sundays,
Noon to 5 P.M. in the Tel-Twelve Mall, Tech Plaza Center and
Tel-Huron Center. Our downtown Pontiac store is open daily 'til
5:30 P.M. You can charge what you want with your Osmun's Charge,
Bank Americard or Master Chargecard.
Forpeople who really know how to give.
South African Jews
Named to Key Posts
JOHANNESBURG (JTA) — Dr.
Meyer Feldberg, 29, who earned
his masters 'degree in business ad-
ministration at Columbia Univer-
sity in New York, has been ap-
pointed professor of business ad-
ministration at Cape Town Uni-
versity graduate school of busi-
ness. He is the youngest profes-
sor on the faculty. Dr. 'Feldberg
is the son of Leon Feldberg; foun-
der and former editor of the
South African Jewish Times.
South African naval:headquar-
ters at Simonstown -announced the
appointment of Lt. - 011=ml-tier
Raymond Epstein_ as commanding
officer of the Port Elizabeth Naval
Col. All Edelste in; district
,Criminal__ investigation officer for
capi' Tcnvn, has been promoted to
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