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June 14, 1974 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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8—Friday, June 14, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Judaism Tour Off to Australia

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University will send a 15-
member team of faculty, stu-
dents and alumni to Australia
and New Zealand this sum-
mer to provide several thou-
sand Jewish youths with an
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educational, cultural and
spiritual program.
The program is designed
to offer teen-agers and col-
lege-youth a "total Jewish
experience" through semi-
nars providing basic instruc-
tion in Judaism, contempor-
ary issues relating to Juda-
ism, leadership training,
music, arts and crafts, sports
and various activities on
different educational levels
suited to the varied back-
grounds of the participants.
The university contingent
will leave New York Thurk-
day for the 25,000 mile
round-trip and spend the re-
mainder of the month visit-
ing and servicing youth pro-
grams in California, Canada,
Washington and Hawaii.
During July, nine seminars
will be conducted in Aus-
tralia, and in August, the
team will spend one week in
New Zealand to conduct pro-
grams for youngsters in
Auckland and Wellington.
There are an estimated 90,-
000 Jews in Australia and
New Zealand.

JNF Dinner Committee Greets
Brandwines, Year's Honorees

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JERUSALEM — About 47
settlements along the Leb-
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extensive development dur-.
ing the new fiscal year. The
farming units of these settle-
ments as well as those (4
settlements in the Jerusalem
area, will be rebuilt. In ad-
dition, 41,000 dunams (about
10,250 acres) of land will be
reclaimed this year through-
out the country.

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Preliminary to the annual dinner of the Jewish Nation-
al Fund, to be held June 24, at Cong. Shaarey Zedek, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Brandwine, more than 40
members of the arrangements committee met Monday at the
Standard Club to greet the honorees. Samuel Frankel (left
in•photo) gave assurances to Mr. and Mrs. Brandwine that
a record attendance is anticipated and that the sum neces-
sary for the planting of a forest in their honor by JNF is
already practically assured. The committee in charge is
striving for record gifts and a capacity attendance at the
dinner. The guest speaker will be U.S. Senator Robert
Taft of Ohio.

Holocaust, Birth of Israel Linked

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Assemblyman Edward
NEW YORK (JTA) — The
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relations between the birth Griffiths said course work on
Sunday 10-3
of the state of Israel and the the Holocaust should be made
Holocaust was stressed at "mandatory" for those pre-
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the symposium on Auschwitz paring to teach.
at the Cathedral Church of
St. John the Divine.
Prof. Emil L. Fackenheim,
professor of philosophy at the
University of Toronto, con-
tended that "Israel and Aus-
chwitz are very strongly
interlinked" and described
Israel as the "beginning of
dawn of redemption of the
Jewish people."
Fackenheim asserted that
the Holocaust was a result of
two factors, the hatred for
the Jews and the Jews'
powerlessness.
Referring to the present
situation of Israel among the
nations Fackenheim warned
against the danger of a
double standard against the
Jewish state which is asked
to be "more noble than any-
one else."
Eva Fleischner, professor
of religion at Montclair State
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the double standards of the
anywhere
else in the state. Sure, it costs a little
world community toward the
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It's
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Jewish state.
Prof. Fleischner said that
tailored like no suit you've ever worn. With high-cut
as a Christian she feels that
Christians must not be silent
armholes, tapered body and sides, with less
on Israel. She asserted that
material.everywhere, so you'll look slim and sleek.
if the case was that 6,000,000
Christians were killed then
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"the world would not have
in just one store in Michigan: Van Dyke Clothiers
been silent."
Rabbi I. Usher Kirschblum,
in Warren. It's a little drive. But it's as close to a
spokesman for the American
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suit as we think you've ever been.
Jewish Congress, told a hear.
ing at the AJC headquarteis
that "Teaching about the
Holocaust should be made
compulsory at the high school
level, and the State Legisla-
Gothiers for Men
ture should adopt whatever
legislation is necessary to put
this into effect."
The hearing on introducing
classes on the Holocaust into
the curriculum of New York
City high schools was held
by New York State Assem-
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blyman Stephen J. Solarz in
response to an outcry by
in Warren, Utica, Pleasant Ridge, Birmingham, Mt. Clemens, and
American Jewish leaders
EAstland. Van Dyke Formal Wear in Warren. (Call 536-7248 for
against the omission of the
location closest to you.)
Holocaust.in the high school
course of study.

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