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October 03, 1975 - Image 14

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-10-03

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14 October 3, 1975

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

An Open Letter To The Jewish Youth
Of Metropolitan Detroit

Dear Jewish Brothers and Sisters,
O.K. Let's Tell It Like It Is:

By MURRAY ZUCKOFF
and YITZHAK RABI

• There is a vacuum of Jewish values in our lives

• Most of us are Jews in name only

• Most of us are illiterate in our Hebrew language
• We have not really experienced Jewish living

• We have not really experienced Jewish learning

• We are in fact ignorant of our Torah

• We are losing our ties with our past

• Judaism relates to every crucial issue of the day — and we don't know it.

There Is A Language, A Law, A Learning, A Love That Is Yours:

If yours is a desire to experience and study Torah . . .
If yours is a desire to talk to someone about Judaism, to ask a question . . .
If you feel the challenge to discover yourself as a Jew
then come to the FREE JEWISH HIGH

We can help you!

Free Jewish High

LANGUAGE

L101 — Alef-Bet
The ABC's of the Hebrew language.
Learning how to daven (pray) in Hebrew
on a one to one basis.
L201 — Rashi
Learning to read Rashi script. (one to
one basis)

JEWISH STUDIES

J101 — G — "Commandments of To-
day"
Rabbi Jacob Levy
A journey through the commandments
of the Torah applicable to Jews today.

JIO2 — "The Weekly Torah Portion"
Rabbi Ephriam Spero
J103 — B — "Basic Essentials of Ju-
daism"
Rabbi Leonard Pearlstein
J301 — G — "The Jewish Woman"
Laws pertaining to women: a Torah
view of what the woman is. Mrs. Feivel
Wagner
J501 — B — 'Insight Into Jewish
Prayer"
Rabbi Avraham Bensoussan
Why? How? When? Where?

TORAH STUDIES

T201 — G — "Introduction to Chu-
mash"
Mrs. Halen
T201 — B — "Introduction to Chu-
mash"
T401 — B — "Introduction to
Mishna"
A basic introduction to the oral law
T505 — B — Talmud;
Selected Topics in Tractate Brachos
An advanced course using early and late
commentaries. Rabbi Feivel Wagner.

For Information Call Ronnie Schwarzberg - 557-4157
sponsored by the national conference of synagogue youth/ncsy of the
uojca

Young Israel Teens — Central East Region

Central East Region of NCSY

National Conference of Synagogue Youth
116 East 27th Street

2308 Warrensville Center Road

New York, New York 10016

University Heights, Ohio 44118

3-Hour Allon-Gromyko Meeting
Spurs Hopes for New Contacts

Young Israel Teens — Sponsoring Chapter
24061 Coolidge Highway

Oak Park, Michigan 48237
398-1177

NEW YORK (JTA) — Is-
raeli Foreign Minister Yigal
Allon and Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko
met for three hours last
Wednesday at the Soviet
Mission to the United Na-
tions. The meeting took
place at the initiative of Al-
lon and all aspects of the Mi-
deast situation were dis-
cussed by the two leaders.
According to the Israeli
spokesman, Israeli Ambas-
sador Chaim Herzog ar-
ranged the meeting.
The Soviets responded
favorably. Accompanying
Allon at the meeting were
Herzog and Eliyahu Chasin,
Allon's political adviser.

This was the first pre-
arranged meeting between
two high-ranking Israeli
and Soviet officials since
the USSR broke diplo-

* * *

Visit to Russia
Is Downplayed

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israeli officials attached lit-
tle political importance to
the current visit of six Is-
raeli left-wingers to the So-
viet Union.
The Israeli group, which
includes two Knesset mem-
bers, were invited for a
10-day visit last week by the
Soviet "Peace Committee."

matic relations with Israel
during the Six-Day War
that was officially re-
ported by Israel.

There had been unofficial
reports of secret and chance
meetings between Israel
and Soviet diplomats during
the past three years in Eu-
rope and in Washington, but
these were always denied or
hedged by either or both
sides.
Observers at the UN re-
frained from making too
much of the Allon-Gromyko
meeting but noted that both
Israel and the Soviet Union
had been putting out diplo-

matic feelers in occasional
statements regarding the
advantages of resuming re-
lations. For Israel, some
observers noted, it would be
advantageous to have the
Soviet Union, in addition to
the U.S., participating in
Mideast developments.
It would, they noted, re-
move Israel's sole depend-
ency on the U.S. At the
same time, the absence of
diplomatic ties with Israel
has been a distinct disad-
vantage to the USSR in not
being able to have her feet in
both the Arab and Israeli
worlds as the U.S. has.

Sukkot Celebrated With Day-Long Hike

JERUSALEM (JTA) — Hebrew to rousing applause
The streets here were filled from the throngs.
with song, dances and color-
Tel Aviv was not to be
ful parades_last Wednesday outdone as tens of thou-
as 30,000 participants in the sands of local citizens and
annual Sukkot season visitors lined the beach
march entered the city at front last Tuesday spell-
the end of their day-long bound by the daring of
trek over hills and dales — sky-diving paratroopers
an event sponsored by the who descended into the
army to inculcate love of the Mediterranean to be
land and just plain fun.
picked up by hundreds of
The march, previously a flag-bedecked small craft
three-day affair, was re- cruising offshore.
duced to a day for budget-
The occasion was Para-
ary and security reasons.
troopers Day, a tribute to
Among the marchers was battle-hardened airborne
a contingent from Finland infantry who played a ma-
in their national costumes jor role in every Israeli bat-
and a group of "New Zion- tle from the 1956 Sinai cam-
ists" from Japan who sang paign to the Yom Kippur
Israeli songs in flawless War.

Detroit Businessmen's Group

CITY OF HOPE

Annual Champagne
Dinner-Dance

Sunday, Nov. 2nd, 1975, at the Raleigh House

Cocktails 5:30 p.m.—Dinner 7 p.m.

Music by Hal Gordon and His Orchestra
Entertainment Featuring:

Dress: Formal

By Invitation Only

IF YOU HAVE NOT AS YET RECEIVED YOUR SELECT
INVITATION, PLEASE CALL THE CITY OF HOPE OF-
FICE 894-5133 or 895-8500

City of Hope Offices

894-5133 or 895-8500
President: Norman Allan
Dinner Dance Chairmen: Mark D. Manhoff
& Andrew R. Miller

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