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October 18, 1974 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-10-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, October 18, 1974-17

Beth El to Have Art Festival --
Temple Beth El will have g inning 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the

a four-day art festival includ- temple.
A champagne preview and
ing an art show and sale be-
art sale will precede an 8:30
p.m. organ concert by Roy
Ferguson, chairman of the
We Make Our Own Glasses
organ and church music divi-
sion at Wayne State Univer-
HEADQUARTERS FOR
sity's music department.
• LATEST DOMESTIC AND
At 8:30 p.m. services Nov.
IMPORTED FRAME FASHIONS
8, Dr. Joseph Gutmann, pro-
• PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GLA S SES
fessor of art history at Wayne
ACCURATELY FILLED
State, will give a talk on
"Jewish Art." The following
evening at 7:30, a wine-tast-
ing party and art sale will be
held, followed by an after-
• Reasonably Priced
• Immediate Repair
glow. The sale will continue
ROSEN OPTICAL SERVICE
through Nov. 10.
An exhibit of Jewish art
13720 W. 9 MILE nr. COOLIDGE
loaned to the temple by the
LI 7-5068
OAK PARK, MICH.
Detroit Institute of Arts will
Hours: Daily and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
be on display throughout the
Closed Wednesdoy
festival.

Shaarey Zedek Bicentennial Program
Creates Class of 400 for Prof. Karp

A potential class of more
than 400 came into being
Tuesday evening, at Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, with the first
of a series of lectures by
Prof. Abraham J. Karp of the
University of 'Rochester on
subjects relating to the Am-
erican Revolution Bicenten-
nial.
Dr. Karp will continue his
lecture series with an address
Tuesday on "The Question of
Identity . . . Out of the Melt-
ing Pot."
In his first lecture, Prof.
Karp sketched the Jewish ex-
periences during the periods
of Jewish integration into
American life. He referred to
documentaries that indicated
the pride of establishing Jew-

ish religious institutions, the
insistence upon government
adherence to the ideals for
which they came to this coun-
try and the continuing battle
to overcome whatever preju- -
dices that may have arisen.
Dr. Karp brought his theme
up to the 1930s of the second
century of the Bicentennial
to indicate that extreme anti-
Semitism has been defeated
by courageous efforts not to
permit prejudice to retain a
stronghold in this country.
Quoting many episodes to
illustrate the Jewish exper-
iences, Dr. Karp portrayed
the variety of Jewish activi-
ties and types of immigrants
in the earliest years of Jew-
ish settlement in this country.
Maxwell Katzin, chairman
of the Shaarey Zedek culral
commission, who presided at
last Tuesday's lecture, an-
nounced a year-long program
in which many of American

Jewry's m o s t prominent
scholars will participate.
Mrs. Joseph Deutch, chair-
man of the adult studies com-
mittee that serves as an ac-
tive arm of the cultural com-
mission, announced that soc-
ial hours at which refresh-
ments are served, to give at-
tendess , _ an opportunity to
continue contact and discus-
sion with the guest speaker,
will also follow the lectures
by Dr. Karp on Oct. 22 and

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NEW YORK — The 50th
anniversary of the death of
Dr. Nahman Syrkin, a Zion-
ist thinker and ideologist, will
be commemorated by the
Labor Zionist Alliance Sun-
day at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel.
Three scholars will partici-
plate in a colloquium entitle&
"Dr. Nahman Syrkin — His
Concepts and Ideas in Con-
temporary Jewish Life," ac-
cording to Jacob Katzman,
executive vice-president of
the LZA.
They are Dr. Marie Syrkin,
daughter of Nakhman Syrkin
and professor emeritus at
Brandeis University; Dr.
Judah J. Shapiro, president
of the LZA and the National
Committee for Labor Israel,
professor of Jewish commun-
al services at the Jewish In-
stitute of Religion — Hebrew
Union College and editor of
the \ Jewish Frontier, the
monthly journal of the Labor
Zionist Alliance; and Dr. Ben
Halpern, professor at Bran-
deis University.
The three scholars will ad-
dress themselves to the sig-
nificant contemporary influ-
ences of Dr. Syrkin's philos-
ophy and Socialist-Zionist
ideology, as well as on the
realistic social, cultural and
political problems facing Is-
rael today.
The colloquium will be pre-
sented with the cooperation
of organizations in the Labor
Zionist movement and in the
American Zionist Federation.

NCJW Tapes Books

NEW YORK (JTA)—A spe-
cifically - equipped sound
booth has been funded by
the National Council of Jew-
ish Women for tape record-
ing and service to the blind.
About 30 volunteers from
Forest Hills read and record
some 150 1,200-foot tapes an-
nually for the ' Library of
Congress, t h e Industrial
Home for . the Blind and the
Jewish Braille Institute of
America.
Books of all types are re-
corded by volunteers on a
master tape from which cop-
ies are sent throughout the
world to agencies and indi-
viduals on request.

29.

Ontario May Aid
Jewish Schools

TORONTO (JTA)—The On-
tario government is consider-
ing financing secular studies
at hard-pressed Jewish day
schools.
Education Minister Thomas
Wells said, "The support is
there if they (the Jewish
schools) can make arrange-
ments with the p u b l i c
schools."
According to the program
now being explored, public
funds would be used to pay
for courses taught in public
schools. The Jewish commun-
ity and parents would pay
for strictly Judaic studies.
Only two Canadian prov-
inces—Quebec and Alberta—
now provide subsidies to
Jewish schools. In the other
eight provinces, no tax mon-
ey is provided although Jew-
ish parents pay normal edu-
cation taxes in addition to
their tuition fees.
The 3,500 pupils in Toron-
to's Jewish day schools spend
an average of three hours a
day in Judaic studies and
three hours in general stu-
dies. The province's Roman
Catholic school system has
full tax support in- accord-
ance with a century-old
agreement but no other reli-
gious minority receives such
aid.

.

Rabin Support in Poll

TEL AVIV—A public opin-
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hak Rabin's handling of af-
fairs: 53.8 per cent were sat-
isfied with his performance;
11.8 per cent were opposed to
his policy; and 34.4 per cent
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