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February 18, 1972 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-02-18

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Technion to Host

Panel on Israel's

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A Program for local economic
and industrial leaders will be host-
ed by the Detroit Chapter, Ameri-
can Technion Society, 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the Reynolds Alumi-
num Auditorium, Solillifield . I •
Frank . ■ kA, frheAng,.• Co-chairman
of the Metal Committee of lhe
Prime Minister'sc.
Council for' Is-
rael's Economic
Development and_
leader of the be-
troit • Oh a p
AnieriCan': Tech-
nion, Society, has
arranged-._forth
progriu-n 'to in7
chide Mel Dubin,
chairmiui of th
U.S. Metals Coni.-". ,
rnittee; Steff :Wertheinier, *hair-
man, Israel Metals Committee;
and Joseph Rom, director, metals
and electronics division, Israel
Ministry of Commerce and In-
dustry.
A special film report on "Is-
metal '70" Israel's first metals in-
dustry exhibition, will be shown.
Ram Bar-Haim, director of the
North American office of the Gov-
ernment of Israel Investment Au-
thority, will point out how mem-
bers can contribute to Israel's in-
dustrial growth.
David D. Kahn, vice president
of the American Technion Society,
will serve as moderator. Julius J.
Harwood is president of the so-
ciety. For information, call the
Technion office, 559-5190.

THE DETROIT- .1891SH PEWS

Friday, February 18, 1972-13

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Abeciiption
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:Acwiet capital outlay of abour$49,000
per

newcomers: to Israel are often des-
cribed as "fiercely. materialistic,"
demanding to know exactly what
lies in store for them, before mak-
ing any Irlove. Being primarily
from urban centers, they insist on
'kt-ttling)in rigNiersveities and refuse
to go to the countryside.
Yet the costs of transporting,
settling, and absorbing a single
Soviet Russian Jew entails the

immigrant.
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Critics paint out that the cost
could be halved if the Soviet im-
migrant would be content with a
two-room instead of a three or
four-room apartment, and would
show some patience in waiting two
to three years for the process of
absorption and integration to' be
completed, instead of insisting that
it take place immediately.

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Textbooks Ignore
Jews, Prof' Says

NEW YORK — Dr. Gavin I.
Langmuir, professor of history at
Stanford University, asserted that
social studies textbooks current-
ly in use in U.S. high schools and
colleges largely ignored- the con-
tributions of Judaism and Jews
to mode= civilization, His remarks
came at an American Jewish Com-
mittee luncheon meeting here.
"Even courses in prejudice and
race relations," -Prof. Langmuir
said, "have little to say about
Judaism or Jewish history. For
the overwhelming majority of stu-
dents, the onjy, portrayal of Juda-
ism and ..Tews,,at any. level of so-
phistication is proirided by courses
in world or Western civilization or
by the more specializ
' ed _courses
given by history departments.
"There is little' general under-
standing of the cestralphenornenon
of anti-Semitism, and.the majority
of historical scholarship and edu-
cation provide iriatist no discussion
of it," LanemiltAill„,

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to Study Home Rule for Wayne
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