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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-02

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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WISHING ALL
OUR FRIENDS
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
ANGIE DOBBINS

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prisoners. Israel accepts in-
ternational supervision, and
allows her prisoners to
speak to the Red Cross rep-
resentatives without guards
present.
Reading • through Red
Cross reports on the prisons,
which he said are prohibited
from re-publication, Legum
found that there are many
complaints about prison
conditions, but none about
violence in prisons.

Music Truly for the Discriminating

However, Felicia Lan-
ger, an Israeli lawyer has
caused consternation in
Israeli ranks. Mrs. Lan-
ger, a pro-Communist,
recently published "With
My Own Eyes," an indict-
ment about the way Israel
treats its political prison-
ers. According to Legum,
most of her allegations
relate to events which
were alleged to have oc-
curred immediately after
the Six-Day War in 1967.

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Cyprus Recognized
as Marriage Mecca
of Mediterranean

NEW YORK — Cyprus is
the only country in the east-
ern Mediterranean that per-
mits civil marriage.
Before the Turkish inva-
sion of July 1974 the Nicosia
office did a thriving busi-
ness. After the fighting
business plummeted, but
now that Cyprus is reacha-
ble by air again, it is picking
up.
According to the New
York Times, the marriage
law permits a couple to get
married 17 days after filing
notice. The period can be cut
to seven days for a fee of
$110.
Under pressure from the
Greek Orthodox Church,
which used to dominate
the island, the law was
written to exclude Greek
Orthodox couples. It also
excludes any "Turk pro-
fessing the Moslem faith"
— an effective way of dis-
couraging mixed mar-
riages on an island that is
four-fifths ethnic Greek

and one-fifth ethnic Turk.

Most couples come to Cy-
prus from Israel, Lebanon
and Greece. Many of the
couples are entering mixed
marriages.



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convicted terrorist despite
strong public pressures, as
when Arabs are convicted of
putting bombs in supermar-
kets, bus queues or public
squares.
"The Israelis have main-
tained the practice of open
courts with the right of all
accused to be represented
by lawyers of their own
choice, including Felicia
Langer and Arab lawyers.
This right includes free le-
gal services. •
"One important safe-
guard in Israel is that the
Red Cross is allowed to visit
detainees — but only 18
days after being taken into
an interrogation center, and
then only in the presence of
an official. In the case of
severe torture it would be
possible for the Red Cross
visitors to observe signs of
ill-treatment and to take
statements from prisoners,"
Legum wrote.

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Late Bnai Mitzva Classes Conducted

Accusations of Prisoner Abuse in Israel Refuted

Accusations of cruelties
in prisons by Israelis are
refuted in an article enti-
tled, "Guerrillas in Israeli
Hands," by Colin Legum in
the London Observer.
According to Legum, who
has been investigating the
situation, Israel is one of the
few countries which allows
the International Red Cross
access to all its "political"

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BY

BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1976, JTA, Inc.)

Sixty men and women
members of a major Man-
hattan Reform synagogue
are attending classes which

Israel Initiates
Project Betterment

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will enable them to have as
adults the Bar Mitzva or Bat
Mitzva they did not have as
children.
The program at Cong.
Rodeph Sholom was ini-
tiated by Rabbi Gunter
Hirschberg, rabbi of the
congregation.

Rabbi Hirschberg said the
JERUSALEM — Israel's women
outnumber the men,
ministry of education has
he declined to give
expanded its "Project Bet- though
figures and that the
terment" program to cover specific
age
range
was from the late
28 development towns and teens to the
50s. The oldest
low-income city areas.
The project which has had "student" is 60, he said.
one-year of experimental
In addition to instruction
operation is designed to in Hebrew, the first semes-
raise the educational and ter has a class in Jewish his-
cultural level in new towns tory, taught by Rabbi Paul
and inner city poverty areas Joseph, the congregation's
by wiping out the existing assistant rabbi. The course
connection between school in Jewish beliefs and prac-
achievement and social and tices in the second semester
ethnic identity.
will be taught by Rabbi
A part of "Project Better- Hirschberg.
ment" is the-effort to make
schools in development
areas and depressed neigh-
borhoods into neighborhood Computer Invention
centers which operate Created by Israeli
through a day and evening
schedule for the benefit of
JERUSALEM — An elec-
the entire community.
tronics teacher at the ORT
Syngalowski Center who is
from the Soviet Union has
Kfar Silver
recently invented a method
to display computer infor-
20 Years Old
mation in seven colors in-
NEW YORK (ZINS) — stead of the single color sys-
Twenty years have passed tem now generally
since Kfar Silver opened its available. The new system
doors to the first class of 18 offers' wider usage and flexi-
bility.
students.
Michael Stoloff, the in-
It is now the home of
three ZOA schools — an ventor-teacher, arrived in
agricultural and technical Israel in 1958 from the So-
school for Israeli students, viet Union where he was al-
and an academic school for ready recognized as an in-
American teenagers. In ad- ventor and electronics
dition, the campus serves as specialist.
His present invention is
a base for Masada youth
summer programs in Israel. patented in Israel, the
To mark a milestone in United States and Ger-
Kfar Silver's history, its many. A team of experts
20th anniversary will be from the U.S. are now look-
observed in special celebra- ing into possible applica-
tions on Lag B'Omer, May tions of the new system.
18.

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Contact Magazine Has New Format

NEW YORK — Contact
Magazine, published by the
Board of Jewish Education
of Greater New York and
the Jerusalem Post, de-
signed a new format to en-
courage subscriber partici-
pation and personal
involvement.
New columns include the -
"Contact Roundtable," a
forum of idea exchange;
"Speaking Out," guest edito-
rials by readers; and "Let's
Hear It," comprised of local
and school news items. In
addition to these new fea-
tures, the magazine contin-
ues to encourage contribu-
tions of articles, poems and

short stories from readers.
Published in Israel and
mailed directly to readers,
Contact spotlights what it
means to be young and Jew-
ish in today's world with
news, feature articles,
sports, puzzles, hit tunes
and more.
For subscription order
forms, contact Eileen G.
Roth at the Board of Jewish
Education, 426 West 58th
St., New York, N.Y. 10019.

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Golda Tells LZA
of Big Aliya Need

NEW YORK — Former
Israeli Premier Golda Meir
told 1,500 delegates to the
Koor Industries
annual Labor Zionist Alli-
ance convention Sunday
Aids Environment
that Israel needs an aliya of
TEL AVIV — A mobile, one or two million Jews in
ecological unit, the first of the next two years.
its kind in Israel, has been
She said a population of
put into operation as an- five million instead of the
other facet of a Koor Indus- present three million would
tries master plan to improve make "all the difference in
the environment.
the world."
The unit, which includes
Mrs. Meir held warm reu-
the latest equipment for nions with several old
sampling and analyzing pol- friends at the convention,
lution sources, is one of the including Pinchas Curso,
projects of the unit for envi- Jacob Katzman, Charles
ronmental engineering of Zimmerman and Nahum
Koor Chemicals.
Guttman.

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