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November 01, 1974 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-01

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Academy Expands
Service to Canada

LOS ANGELES — The re-
cently established Academy
for Jewish Studies Without
Walls, which offers home-
study courses in Jewish his-
tory, tradition, and culture,
has expanded its operations
to include Canada, and may
soon be operating in Britain
and several Western Euro-
pean counries.
The academy, launched
this yeir by the American
Jewish Committee in coop-
eratio• with the University
of Haifa, has a current en-
rollment of more than 300
students • from 30 states in
the U.S., the District of Co-
lumbia, and a few foreign
t r i e s. The university
nts scholastic credit for
each completed course. Ini-
tial funding for the project
was provided by the Jacob
Blaustein Institute for the
Advancement of Human
Rights.
Expansion of the academy
to include students in other
countries was announced by
Yehuda Rosenman, director
of the academy, who is also
director of AJC's Department
of•Jewish Communal Affairs.
While most of the students
are Jewish, about 8 per cent
are members of other reli-
gions, and 9 per cent gave
no indication of religion. Al-
though the courses are open
to anyone with a high school
diploma, more than 75 per
cent of those now enrolled
are college graduates, and
more than 60 per cent of
them have had post graduate
training.

Canadians Pledge

JERUSALEM (JTA) — A
mission of Toronto United
Israel Appeal supporters, led
by Eddie Creed, arrived here
pledging to equal the record-
breaking campaign figures
achieved after the Yom Kip-
pur War.

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Bete Klarsfeld Arrested in Rabat

PARIS, (JTA)—Nazi-hunt-
er Beate Klarsfeld was ar-
rested Sunday by Moroccan
authorities in Rabat for dis=
tributing pamphlets demand-
ing that the Arab countries
"let Israel live in peace."
Mrs. Klarsfeld, a German
citizen, told journalists just.
before her arrest that she
was distributing the litera-
ture to express the "solidar-
ity between the German peo-
ple and the Jewish people."
She added that while the
rights of Palestinians should
be taken into consideration,

uting her tracts in front of
the ministry of information
in Rabat when she was ar-
rested. According to the In-
ternational League Against
Racism and Anti-Semitism
(LICA) in Paris, Mrs. Klars-
feld in her statement urged
the Arab countries to devote
their time and resources to
the social development of
their countries rather than to
making war against Israel.
She concluded by exhort-
Mg the. Arabs not to try to
find a final solution to the

state of Israel "as Hitler
searched for a final solution
to the Jewish problem."
Mrs. Klarsfeld, a German
housewife who is married to
a French Jew, gained public
notice several months ago
when she attempted to ab-
duct Nazi war criminal Kurt
Lischka. and bring him to
justice in France.
She was found guilty of
attempted abduction by a
West German court and sen-
tenced` to two months in
prison.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, November 1, 1974-5

Tel Aviv Sabras Name New Coach

NEW YORK—Herb Brown
has been named head coach
of the Tel Aviv Sabras in the
new International Basketball
Association a n d resigned
from a similar position at C.
W. Post College in New York.

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Jerusalem Clinic
Treats Psychosis

JERUSALEM—People who
-once suffered from manic-
depressive illness can lead
more normal lives due to a
treatment administered at
the Jerusalem Mental Health
Center's Lithium Clinic.
Manic-depressive illness is
a recurrent psychosis with
alternating periods of excite-
ment and depression. The
illness is felt to be partly
genetic in cause and is some-
what more common among
Jews.
The clinic uses lithium, a
simple salt, to treat this ill-
ness. About 80 per cent of
manic patients are calmed
within . days by an adequate
blood level of the compound.
In many cases, continued
treatment with lithium pre-
vented future manic attacks
and sometimes future de-
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