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April 06, 1973 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1973-04-06

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Campus Hillel Directors Issue New Quarterly
LOS ANGELES—The first Abraham Joshua Heschel,
issue of BaMakom, (in the addresses itself to the issues
place) a new quarterly of the Jesus movement, the
journal for , Hillel directors, question of restructuring the
staff members and Jewish Jewish community, the use
community leaders, has just of the director's house for
been published.
Hillel programing, helping
Sponsored by the Bnai couples write their own
Brith Hillel Foundations, Ba- marriage ceremonies and the
Makom is under the editor- 1972 notional conference of
ship of Rabbi Richard N. Hillel directors. Copies are
Levy, director of the Hillel available from Bnai Brith
Council at UCLA.
Hillel Foundations, 1640
The first issue, dedicated Rhode Island Ave. N.W.,
to the memory of Rabbi Washington D.C. 20036.

C ar ons

The Jewish News—April 6, 1973—E

American College in Jerusalem
Sets Up Matching Scholarships

NEW YORK—A new match-
ing scholarship program
available to synagogues and
organizations throughout the
U.S. has been established by
the American College in
Jerusalem.
Dean Leonard J. Goldstein,
in a statement from the
American offices of the Col-

In honor of Passover.

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lege at 88 Seventh Ave., New
York, explained that the
amount of the scholarship
granted to a student by an or-
ganization or synagogue will
be matched by the college,
thereby reducing the cost for
the student who wishes to
spend a year or more of col-
lege study in Israel.
The American College in
Jerusalem's four-year, 1 i b -
eral arts, coeducational, cur-
riculum, follows the American
educational pattern, with all
instruction in English. All
students study Hebrew.
Students are afforded the
opportunity to study any or
all four years leading to a
BA degree or to come for a
year abroad program with
transfer cerdits being accept-
ed in American colleges and
universities.
Dr. Marguerite Kozenn
Chajes of Detroit has been
instrumental in establishing
the music program at the
college. Leaders of the De-
troit committee for the Amer-
ican College include Dr. Har-
old Davidson, B. M. Laikin
and Dr. Clarissa Fineman.

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Hebrew Studies Up
in Public 'Schools

NEW YORK (JTA)—Total
enrollment in Hebrew classes
in public high schools
throughout the United States
has increased by two-thirds,
from 3,267 students in 1970 to
6,018 in 1972-73, the National
Hebrew Culture Council re-
ported.
The number of public
high schools offering Hebrew
courses has grown to 116
from 64 three years ago.

Dr. Judah Lapson, execu-
tive director, also reported
that 48 more communities in-
troduced Hebrew in their pub-
lic high schools during the
past three years, raising to
67 the total number of such
communities.

This year, Barton's
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the biggest selection ever!

He listed 21 communities' of-
fering Hebrew classes for the
first time at the start of the
1972-73 school year.
The communities listed in-
eluded Oak Park and South-
field, Mich.
The council estimated the
outlay by local governments
to fund Hebrew language in-
struction for the 6,108 stu-
dents in such high school
courses this year at more
than $2,000,000.

• PASSOVER COOKIE
ASSORTMENT

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• CHOCOLATE NUT CAKE

$4.50

Was Ezekiel
Describing UFO

• COCONUT PINEAPPLE CAKE $2.49

?

HUNTSVJLLE, Ala. —
Joseph G. Blumrich, an of-
ficial at a space flight center
here, said that the "whirl-
wind: out of the north" the
prophet Ezekiel saw in the
6th Century BC was a space-
ship.
Blumrich said the "whirl-
wind" was a large rocket
ship with four helicopter
rotors descending from a
mother ship in earth orbit.
The description, as it ap-
pears in the first chapter in
the old testament book of
Ezekiel, says a "whirlwind
came out of the north, a
great cloud and a fire un-
folding itself, and a bright-
ness was about it."
"My conclusion is that it
was what we call a shuttle
vehicle," said Blumrich, who
has a book on the subject
coming out' in 'Gerniany.

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13 oz./parve

14 oz./parve

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• PASSOVER BARTONETTES

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Miniature Chocolates, 1 lb.

• PASSOVER NUTS & FRUITS

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• CHOCOLATE MATZO BALLS,
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