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October 22, 1976 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-10-22

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, October 22, 1976

Zionist Youth Unit
Aids Job.Placement

NEW YORK — The
American Zionist Youth
'Foundation has underta-
ken for the first time to
function as a field work
agency for the Wurz-
weiler School of Social
Work of Yeshiva Univer-
sity.
The American Zionist
Youth Foundation is a
national organization
which sponsors educa-
tional programs and ser-
vices for American
- Jewish youth.

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French Jewish Academy Unearthed

CHICAGO — A Univer-
sity of Chicago professor
made French newspaper
headlines recently when
he concluded that a struc-
ture dating from the 11th
or 12th Century disco-
vered in Rouen this
summer was a Jewish
academy of higher learn-
ing.
It was found in exactly
the location predicted by
Norman Golb, professor
of Hebrew and Judeo-
Arabic Studies, in book,
"The History and Culture
of the Jews of Medieval
Rouen," published in
Hebrew last spring in Tel
Aviv.
In the absence of any
contrary emerging evi-
dence, the remains of the
Romanesque building
found on Rouen's Street
of the Jews will become an
internatioal cynosure for
medievalists and Judaic
scholars the world over.
It is the first discovery of
a medieval Jewish
academy.
For 10 years Golb has
been gathering the mate-
rials which underlie the
thesis of his book: that
medieval Rouen was a
flourishing center of
Jewish culture and Heb-
raic studies.

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Fighting between Mos-
lems and Christians in
Lebanon is moving close
to the Israeli border. Ar-
tillery, mortar, machine-
gun and small arms fire
was heard in northern Is-
rael.
As a result of the fight-
ing, Lebanese workers
employed in Israel did not
show up at the border
fence opening at Metul-
lah Monday but others
entered through the
fance gap at Dovev. The
workers said Christian
forces were recruiting all
males into fighting units.
Late reports said Christ-
ian forces captured the
Moslem village of Han-
nine near the Israeli- bor-
der.
Meanwhile, Arab lead-
ers meeting in Riyadh,
Saudi Arabia, reportedly
got Syria's assent to a
cease-fire in Lebanon.
Lebanese Christian
leader Camille Chamoun
said in Beirut, however,
that the Riyadh talks

Tuvia Friedman
on Lecture Tour

NEW YORK — Tuvia
Friedman, the Nazi-
hunter who has tracked
down 2,000 Nazi war
criminals and played a
major role in capturing
Adolf Eichmann, is on a
lecture tour in the United
States and Canada until
mid-December through
arrangements made by
the Jewish Welfare Board
lecture bureau.
Friedman is director of
the institute of Documen-
tation for the Investiga-
tion of Nazi War Crimes,
located in Haifa and
Jerusalem.

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its greatest heights in
medieval France, Glob
said.
The fact that there are
no windows on three sides
of the first floor further
convinced Glob that this
was an academy. Remains
of a spiral staircase have
been found in one corner
of the building.
Scholars are evaluat-
ing the boxes of finds col-
lected daily from the digs:
shards of 11th-to-13th
Century pots, coins,
pieces of jewelry and
other artifacts.

Lebanon Fighting Seen Moving
Close to Israeli Border Area

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In reaching his conclu-
sions, Golb took into ac-
count physical evidence
at the site and a wealth of
historical data.
Archeologists have
dated the building's con-
struction between 1090
and 1110 AD. Golb places
the probable construction
period as 1099-1105. This
was at the beginning of a
period of almost unbro-
ken tranquillity for the
Jews which lasted until
1306, a tranquillity that
allowed the development
of Jewish scholarship to

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would not bring peace as
long as the Palestinians
are not brought under
control, disarmed and re-
turned to their camps.
In a related develop-
ment, Israeli newspapers
carried reports that the
PLO terrorist Ali
Salameh, who master-
minded the 1972 Munich
Olympics massacre, was
shot and seriously
wounded by unidentified
non-Israeli agents in
Beirut.
Salameh had been a
target in the secret war
being waged between Is-
raeli and terrorist agents
in various parts of the
world.

Veterans Seek Books for Israel

Commerce Agency
Names Rothberg

NEW YORK — Sam
Rothberg, general
chairman of the Israel
Bond Organization, has
been named "man of the
year" by the American-
Israel Chamber of Corn-
merce, it was announced
by Max Ratner of Cleve-
land, president.
The award will be pre-
sented to Rothberg Tues-
day at the annual dinner
of the Chamber of Com-
merce at the Waldorf-
Astoria in New York.
The principal speakers
at the dinner will be U.S.
Secretary of Commerce
Elliot L. Richardson, Is-
rael's Minister of Com-
merce Haim Bar-Lev, and
Ambassador Simcha Di-
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NEW YORK (JTA) —
The American Jewish
Committee's Academy for
Jewish Studies Without
Walls has expanded its
program to include a
pioneering basic Jewish
history and culture prog-
ram that will include
summer seminars next
year in the United States,
Canada and Israel,
Academy officials have
announced.
The general -curriculum
will include 10 new basic
courses for students, en-
rolling individually or in
groups, who do not want
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The officials said the
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NEW YORK — The
American Veterans of Is-
rael have begun a cam-
paign to collect books, in
English, which will be
shipped care of the As-
sociation of Americans
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various libraries
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Books, hard-covered
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