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March 28, 1975 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-03-28

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Y 4111- 01 1lifITIORWS

34 Fri ay, Marc 28, 1975

Hartford to Probe
Aged Jews' Needs

Conn.
HARTFORD,
(JTA) — A survey of elderly
Jews in a section of Hart-
ford, both to identify them
and to determine their
needs, is being planned by
the committee on the older
adult of the Jewish Federa-
tion.
Mrs. Donald Hauss,
chairman of the committee,
said Project Mitzvg was
seeking volunteers to can-
vass the area during a two-
week period in April. She
said the volunteers will visit
the homes of older adults in
the area to collect informa-
tion so that the federation
will be able to provide serv-
ices needed now by the eld-
erly Jews and to plan for the
future.
She said the volunteers
will be trained to answer
questions from the elderly
Jews about programs and
services already available
for them in the community.

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Judaica Year Book Focuses
on Important Jewish Topics

Black and white and color pendium of events for the
The 1974 Year Book of the
Encyclopaedia Judaica has photographs add to the year, or an update for the
Encyclopaedia Judaica.
just been released by Keter summary.
Other major articles "The publishers and the edi-
Publishing . House Jerusa-
within the Year Book for feel confident that the
lem Ltd.
The 400-page volume in- cover the topics of Ben- Year Book will fulfill its aim
eludes 60 pages of articles Gurion, the Jewish corn- of providing authoritative
and photographs on the munities of the United articles on subjects of prime
Yom Kippur War, and States and Israel, importance on Jewish ques-
many others by leading "Theological Implications tions . . ."
of the State of Israel" dis-
Jewish authors on Jewish
Other topics include: Jew-
matters, as well as an up- cussed by Jewish and ish day schools in the U.S.,
date for the encyclopedia Christian theologians, the planning and development
and a chronology of the growth of pre-state Israel of Jerusalem, the revival of
in photographs from Judaism in the thought of
events of 1973.
1917-1947, and many oth- Bialik, Judaism and the
The Yom Kippur War. is
modern attitude toward
brilliantly summarized by ers.
In the introduction, the homosexuality, and Jewish
retired Gen. Chaim Herzog,
covering the military as- editors explain that the mysticism and the current
pects; Louis Guttman and Year Book is not just a corn- Jewish scene.
Shlomit Levy describing the
home front; and several
writers covering the reac-
tion of world Jewry.
JERUSALEM — The catalogue will include
University of Jeru- drawings or photos giving
Golda Is Winner Hebrew
salem recently dedicated detailed descriptions,
of Israel Prize
the Casali Institute of Ap- scale and use of each item
plied Chemistry on the un- catalogued. Thousands of
JERUSALEM (JTA) — iversity's Givat Ram cam-. valuable pieces have been
Former Premier Golda Meir pus.
discovered in Israel by
is the winner of this year's
The Casali Institute, a archeological teams of the
Israel Prize. Golda won the joint undertaking of the Hebrew University, as
prize for "life work in serv- Casali Foundation (estab- well as by other excava-
ice of state and society." She lished by the late industrial- tors around the country.
will receive the prize i-n a ist Alberto Casali, of Most of these artifacts are
ceremony on Independence Trieste, Italy) and the He- cared for by Israel's De-
Day, April 16. -
brew University serves as a partment of Antiquities
Other winners of this graduate school for the and are ekhibited from
year's Israel Prize are: Prof. teaching of applied chemis- time to time in various Is-
Shimon Halkin of the He- try and as an institute for raeli museums.
brew University, an author research on industrial
Dr. Myriam Rosen-Aya-
and a poet, for Hebrew liter- chemical problems. Its di- lon, head of the Islamic civi-
ature; Arye Simon, princi- rector is Prof. Gabriel Stein,
lization department of the
pal of the "Ben Shemen" Hebrew University Gotlieb Hebrew University, said
Youth Village, for-life work Professor of Physical Chem-
that Israel has a very com-
in the service of state and istry.
plete collection of medieval
society; Supreme Court Jus-
The university's Islamic
pottery. It is hoped that
tice Yoel Sussman and Prof. civilization department, eventually. data from both
Aharon Barak of the He- meanwhile, is preparing Is- acheology and artifacts will
brew University for juris- rael's most comprehensive
be combined to show an en-
prudence; and veteran ac- catalogue of Islamic archeo- tire era of Islamic art in the
tress Mrs. Miriam Bernstein logical findings for publica- Holy Land dating from the
Cohen, for theater art.
Seventh to the 16th Cen-
tion.
No prize will be awarded
Called
a
"corpus",
the
tury.
this year for engineering
and technology.

Hebrew U. Has Chemistry Unit

UN Focuses on Future of Its
Peace-Keeping Forces in M.E.

CCAR Revises
Its. Haggada

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VIENNA (Zins) — The
negative opinion about Is-
rael which is growing
among Jews in the Soviet
Union is in large measure
the result of the latest ac-
tion taken by Moscow in
jamming the broadcasts of
Israeli radio, according to
reports received from Soviet
emigrants who are en route
to Israel.
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,Soviets have jammed those
transmissions and Radio
Israel can now .be heard only
with -difficulty, and only in
the southernmost portions
of the USSR.
The Soviet press also
stresses the negative side of
Israel and is pursuing this
technique on a much more
intensive scale than in the
past.

Fights Bias With TV Spots

NEW YORK — "Pre-
judice is something America
can do without" is the slo-
gan of three new Anti-Defa-
mation League of Bnai
Brith television spot an-
nouncements geared to
fighting prejudice.
The three spots — two
30-second and one 60-second
color films — are being dis-
tributed nationally by ADL
free of charge to television
stations.
The TV spot announce-
ments are available through
the Anti-Defamation

Who thinks often.of death
does nothing worthy of life.

League's audio-visual de-
partment, 315 Lexington
Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016,
or any of ADL's 26 regional
offices.

Tekoah to Speak

NEW YORK — Israel's
Ambassador to the United
Nations, Yosef Tekoah, will
address the official national
celebration of Israel's 27th
anniversary sponsored by
the American Zionist Feder-
ation April 15 at Hunter
College.
"Strength in Unity" is the
theme of the national cele-
bration.

The secretary general
issued a statement ex-
pressing concern over the
collapse of the Israeli-
Egyptian talks.

NEW YORK — The Cen--
tral ,Conference of Ameri-
can Rabbis has published a
revised edition of its highly
successful "A Passover Hag-
gada."
The revised edition, with
new transliterations of key
blessings, additional full-
color illuminations by artist
Leonard. Baskin and textual
corrections by the liturgy
committee of the CCAR,
will have a printing of 100,-
000 copies of the softcover
edition.

Waldheim is expected to
have contacts with the par-
ties soon. The UN spokes-
man said, however, that the
secretary general has not
been in contact with Pales-
tine Liberation Organiza-
tion observers here since the
Palestine question was dealt
with by the General Assem-
bly last fall.

The CCAR also has pro-
duced art prints from eight
of the watercolor illustra-
tions. The prints have been
prepared for either imme-
diate use or for matting and
framing. All eight prints are
being sold in bookstores,
museum shops and by direct
mail from the CCAR Con-
ference. For infotmation,
write the CCAR, 790 Madi-
son Ave., New York, N.Y.
10021.

///

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UNITED NATIONS
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Middle East was the main
focus of attention here in
the wake of Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger's
failure to achieve a second-
stage Israeli-Egyptian
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