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April 05, 1974 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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From Israel Hashomer Hatzair Hagada

MODERN STYLE

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On all other nights we eat 11A---
METZ and MATZAH—this night
only MATZAH.
On all other nights the children
eat by themselves, and the parents
by themselves. This. night we eat
all together.
On all other nights our mealtime
is short. This night we have a long
and festive meal, and it is wholly
a night of watching.

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The Kibbutz Haggada has "long
become in Israel part of a new
Passover tradition that sharply de-
viated from traditional observance.
There are abolt 100 Kibbutz Hag-
gadoth in existence and though
they are still in revolt against the
old pattern of the • Passover ritual,
they lately show a decided swing
to the "right"—a conscious return
to the "old" custom.
The illustration shown here —
highlighting the "Four Questions"
modern style, is taken from the
Haggada used in the, Kibbutzim of
"Hashomer Hatzair."

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The programs also will al-
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with the Jewish aged to gain
greater insight into their
problems so that they, might
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cation, rehabilitation and so-
cial work. -
The Brookdale gift allows
$500,000 for the university's
affiliated Rabbi Isaac El-
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and an equal Amount to
Teachers Institute for Worn-
en for scholarships and fel-
lowships and t o w a r d s the
introduction of the new pro-
gra ms.
At the seminary, a three-
level "New Dimensions for
the Aged" program is being
effected to help future rabbis
develop the necessary train-
ing for working with the
aged.
A special service program
also includes chaplaincy ac-
tivities involving cultural,
educational and religious ser_
vices at Jewish nursing insti-
tutions.
Four students have begun
their internship at the instil
tute, taking monthly "shifts"
on a rotating basis. They
conduct services at the insti-
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Rostow Named to Touro Law School Post

NEW YORK—Dr. Eugene
.V. Rostow, dean of the Yale
Law School from 1955 to
1965, now Sterling Professor
of Law and Public Affairs
there, has been - appointed
director of planning of the
Touro School of Law, it was
announced by Dr. Bernard
Lander, president of Touro
College, which will open its
law school in September 1975.
The new law- school, the
first to be chartered in New
York City in nearly 50 years,
is also the first law school
in the United States to be
established under Jewish
auspices.
Dr. Rostow served from
1966 to 1969 as undersecre-
tary of state for political
affairs. Other positions he
has held include adviser to
the State Department.
Dr. Rostow is recruiting
the core faculty for the law
school, directing the initial
acquisition of 60,000 volumes
for the law library, estab-
lishing admissions criteria

Boston Tay-Sachs
Screenings Begun

BOSTON (JTA) — A Tay-
Sachs Prevention Program
has been established to de-
tect the incidence of Tay-
Sachs disease among the
Jewish population of Greater
Boston, through the support
of the Combined Jewish Phil-
anthropies of Greater Boston.
An advance of $30,000 from
the Combined Jewish Phil-
anthropies enabled the pro-
gram to start quickly in the
fall of 1973, and provided the
stimulus for other founda-
tions to give financial sup-
port to the program.
Two- major contributions
have already been received
from both a Jewish and a
non-sectarian foundation.
More than 1,700 - persons
have been tested in the pro-
gram's first three screenings,
held in various -suburban Bos-
ton communities. Results so
far show a carrier rate of-
about one in 30 among in-
dividuals who had no prior
knowledge of the disease in
their families.
Primarily directed towards
Jewish couples between the
ages of 18 and 40, the pre-
vention program aims•tospro-
vide information, about Tay-
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counseling for carriers.

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Touro College, now in its
to ensure its conformity to third academic year, enrolls
the goals of the - new law nearly 400 'students in its
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