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July 04, 1975 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-07-04

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 4, 1975 29

Two Unique Aspects of Israel Are Kibutz Life, Sabbath

CHICAGO — There are
two unique aspects of Israel
not to be overlooked by the
tourist . . . life oon a kibutz
and the celebration of the

Israelis Support
Appointment of
Gen. Ariel Sharon

Sabbath, according to the
Israel Government Tourist
Office.
Since using Kibutz Inns is
less expensive than some ho-
tels, they are becoming the
popular place to spend a
weekend, a week or a
month. Expecially in sum-
mer, and especially at those
having swimming pools.
Special activities have
been set up for the enjoy-
ment of guests such as film
showings, lectures and
meetings with members
who explain in detail what a
kibutz is all about.

TEL AVIV (ZINS) — In a
poll taken by the Institute
for Public Opinion Research
on reaction to Yitzhak Ra-
bin's appointment of Gen.
Ariel Sharon as his military
adviser, 90 percent of those
questioned expressed ap-
Do-it-yourself touring,
proval while only 10 percent
were opposed. Asked how staying at Kibutz Inns,
hey viewed the country's will prove to be rewarding
„ituation, 17 percent replied
that the situation is "good Technion Holds
or very good"; 59 perCent
labeled it "not so good"; and Board Meeting
24 percent called it "no
HAIFA — More than 100
good."
board members and observ-
ers from nine countries met
YOUR WEDDING —
in Haifa last week for the
BAR, MITZVA
annual board of governors
meeting of the Technion-Is-
rael Institute of Technology.
The four-day-long series
WILL BE
of policy-making sessions
was chaired by Evelyn de
Rothschild from London,
chairman of the Technion's
WHEN PHOTOGRAPHED BY
board of directors.
Issues discussed included
the Technion's current fi-
nancial position, the insti-
tute's operating budget for

AND ASSOCIATES
1975, plans for academic
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the physical development of
KE 1-S196
the campus_

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and enjoyable, informative
and interesting, meaning-
ful and memorable, the
tourist office states.

The primary source of
information is the Israel
Government Tourist Office
(5 South Wabash, Chicago,
Ill. 60603), which will supply
booklets on Israel,. including
the "Israel Tourist Hotels"
in which all recommended
Kibutz Inns are listed.
Arriving in Israel can be
the realization of many
emotions; the pilgrim finds
that the places he's read
about really do exist; the
Jewish and non-Jewish
tourist have always
dreamed of seeing where
history began; the relative
finally meeting the family
he's been writing to for
years.

In regard to Sabbath
observance in Israel, there
are those who believe that
the Sabbath in Israel
means you must stay put,
that there is absolutely
nothing to do in Jerusalem
once the day of rest sets in.
Not so! Jerusalem be-
comes a cozy, intimate

Activities
in Society

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Bagade of Botsford Dr.,
Farmington Hills, recently
attended the 60th birthday
dinner party of Dr. Edward
Feldman in Peoria, Ill. Dr.
Feldman's son, Dr. Charles
Feldman and his wife Alice,
of Ann Arbor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs._ Bagdade,
along with their daughter
Victoria, also attended.

place, with a family at- digs at the Western
mosphere — relaxed, but Beginning 10 a,m:, tourists
by no means asleep.
are invited to join a walking
tour of the city, organized
On Friday afternoon by the Jerusalem munici-
there are several organized pality.

bus tours to synagogues in
various communities. In the
evening everyone is invited
for community singing at
Hechal Shlomo, seat of the
chief rabbinate of Israel.

The City Museum, near
the Jaffa Gate is open all
day Saturday, displaying
findings from archeological

Berlin Gives Funds
to Ben-Gurion U.

The
senate of West Berlin voted
a grant of DM100,000 for
Ben-Gurion University of
the Negev.

BEERSHEVA —

According to governing
Mayor Klaus Schutz, who
informed the university of
the gift, DM80,000 is ear,
marked towards student
housing and*DM20,000 to
help launch Christian and
Islamic studies within the
framework of the univer-
sity's course on Jewish
thought.

Three years ago the city
of Berlin allocated to the
university DM500,000 to-
wards the establishment of
the S. Y. Agnon Reading
Room in the university's
Zalman Aranne Central Li-
brary.

"music the stein way"

NEW YORK — United and the concentration
Jewish Appeal General camps at Dachau - and
Chairman Frank R. Lauten- Auschwitz. They Will also

berg announced that 25 visit the JDC-supported
American students are par- Jewish community in Ro-
ticipating in the 1975 UJA mania.
University Mission to Eu-
rope and Israel continuing
The Israeli itinerary is
until Aug. 11.
divided between visits to

Students will spend 10 biblical and historical places
clays in Europe, touring the and a study of humanitar-
sites of the Warsaw Ghetto ian and social-institutions.

t ibel, Sittreirnel Defined

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX
(Copyright, JTA Inc.)

Technically the expres-
sion "shtibel" is a Yiddish
one meaning . a "small
house." This expression
e
came to be used to designate
a house of worship of the
Hasidim.

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The derivative of the
name Shtreimel is not cer-
tain. Many trace it to a
verb which means to
"trim," indicating that
this is a hat with a special
distinctive trim. The cus-
tom seems to be one of
Eastern European origin.

According to some hasidic
When Hasidim developed, sources the word "Shabbos"
the devotees of the rabbi (the Hebrew word for the
used to gather in small Sabbath) supposedly, in a
sanctuaries. They were in- colloquial sense, is an a.b-
deed small, and at times, breviation for the expres-
perhaps even the home of sion "Shtreimel b'Mokom
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comparison to the syn- takes the place of the Tefil-
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houses of worship. pose of the Shtreimel.

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Tonkins Celebrate
50th Anniversary

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day for shopping in the Old

t'it ∎ - market. The streets are
filled with people wearing
the modern styles of the
west, flowing robes of the

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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ton-
kin of W. Nine Mile .Rd.,
Southfield, were honored by
their children Sunday at a
dinner party at the Raleigh
House on the occasion of
their 50th wedding anniver-
sary.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Tonkin
and Dr. and Mrs. Doriald
Tonkin of Hollywood, Fla.
The senior Tonkins have
seven grandchildren.
The Tonkins were mar-
ried June 7, 1925 in Detroit.
Mr. Tonkin retired four
years ago from the Hamil-
ton Fish Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Seymour D.
Wolf- of Annapolis, Md.,
announce the engagement
of their daughter Beth Anne
to Rabbi Seymour J. Rosen-
bloom, son of Mrs: Max Ro-
senbloom of Rochester,
N.Y., and the late Mr. Ro-
senbloom.
Miss Wolf is a cum laude
graduate of Cast Western
Reserve University and
earned a master's degree
from the University of
Michigan's school of social
work.
Her fiance was graduated
from the University of
Rochester (New York)
where he was elected to Phi
Beta Kappa Honorary So-
ciety, and was ordained at
the Jewish Theological Sem-
inary - of America. He is the
associate rabbi of Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
An October-wedding is
planned.

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