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January 14, 1977 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-14

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THE DETROIT i41511. NEWS

54 Friday, January 14, 1977

O

Israelis Continue Their Spending

TEL AVIV (ZINS) —
The Israeli newspaper,
Haaretz, writes that de-
spite the runaway infla-
tion and rising prices, the
Israelis have not lowered
their standard of living.

Some Soviet Jews
of Czech Origin

LONDON — Some of
the search lists published
in Israel by HIAS, indi-
cate that a number of
Jews of Czechoslovak ori-
gin may be among recent
immigrants to Israel
from Russia.
A list was published re-
cently in the Israeli
German-language daily.
The London-based In-
ternational Council of
Jews from Czechos-
lovakia has approached
the HIAS ,offices in
Geneva with the request
that lists carrying the.
names of immigrants
born in Czechoslovakia
should be made available
to the ICJC to facilitate
family reunion.

The newspaper points out
that in the first 10 months
of 1976, prices rose 30 per-
cent compared with the
same time period a year
previous.
The pop-ulation con-
sumed 6 percent more
than it did in the first 10
months in 1975. The same
ratio exists in the other
branches of business.
According to the news-
paper, the population
spent much more money
for clothing, furniture,
and electric appliances.
In the first 10 months of
1976, 230,000 Israelis
went abroad compared
with 218,000 during 1975,
an increase of 5.2 percent.

Egypt Threatens
M.E. War Again

NEW YORK — Egyp-
tian Foreign Minister
Ismail Fahmy has
threatened war with Is-
rael if the Geneva talks
and other peace moves
fail to win a final settle-
ment in the Middle East.

Histadrut Irvit
to Honor Professor

Oscilloscope Wins Israeli First Prize

Olim Compared

JERUSALEM (ZINS)
the youth activities sec-
tion of the Weizmann In- — A group of scholars
NEW YORK — Prof.
stitute's Science teaching from The Hebrew Uni-
Saul Lieberman will be
department in coopera- versity, under the direc-
honored at the annual
tion with the Israel Dis- tion of Dr. Rivka Bar-
Yosef have had inter-
banquet of the Histad-
count Bank.
rut Ivrit of America-
As Isaac, a 12th grader views with 950 academi-
Hodoar movements Feb.
at Ramat Gan's Blich cians, 80 percent of whom
13 at the Waldorf-Astoria
High School explained to _come from the Soviet, -
Hotel in New York City, it
the judges, he decided to Union and Romania, who
was announced by Rabbi Marionette Show
build a mechano-optical have as yet not been ab-
Israel Mowshowitz, na-
oscilloscope of Lis own de- sorbed.
tional president of the Due at Music Hall
The research found c ,
sign when he found how
Salzburg much it would cost him to that the immigrants from
Histadrut Ivrit.
The
Prof. Lieberman, rector Marionette Theatre will assemble a conventional the Western countrieF-.
of the rabbinical school of be presented 2 and 6:30 electronic oscilloscope, a who have not yet been ab-
the Jewish Theological p.m. Jan. 23 at the Music device that depicts on a sorbed complain less than
Seminary of America, is Hall Center for the Per- screen periodic changes their counterparts from
noted for his expertise on forming Arts. The 2 p.in. in voltage, current, etc. . Communist coui r, ---ies. (-)
the Jewish-Hellenic en- show will feature "Snow
However, many
courter and on the White" with "Die Carter Refused
westerners are nal.
Jerusalem Talmud.
Fledermaus" as the 6:30
WASHINGTON (ZINS), sure whether they will • j
Author Elie Wiesel, dis- attraction.
— Two Atlanta Jews who remain in Israel.
tinguished profess -or of
The immigrants from
Tickets are available by fulfilled important
the Holocaust and Jewish calling the Music Hall functions in Carter's elec- Communist countries, on
studies at Boston Uni- Center, 963-7680, and at tion campaign and who the other hand, complain
versity, will be guest the J.L. Hudson's are - among his best more about the social life
speaker.
downtown store.
friends, have refused to of the country but more
serve as liaison men be- strongly identified with
tween the White House the state.
and American Jewry.
Fifty-year-old Robert Delight of Books
A quiz testing your knowledge about
Lifshitz, a well known
Jerusalem has been prepared by Tamar
Make your books your
jurist in Atlanta who was
Grand and Dr. A.P. Gannes in obser-
the financial head of the companions; let your
vance of the 10th anniversary of the
election campaign, pre- cases and shelves be your
reunification of Jerusalem. This fea-
fers to remain in Atlanta. pleasure-grounds and
ture has been prepared for the member
Stuart Elliot Eisen- orchards. Bask in their
papers of the American Jewish Press
stadt,
33, who was one of paradise, gather their;
Association by the Department of Edu-
Carter's
most important fruit, pluck their roses,
cation and Hebrew Culture of the
advisers
in_the sphere of take their spices.
American Section of the World Zionist
If you be satiate and
internal politics, said that
Organization.
American Jews enjoy all weary, change. from
civil rights and that hav- garden to garden, furrow
1. Complete the Biblical quotation: "Jerusalem, thou ing an adviser for Jewish to furrow, prospect to
are builded as a city that is compact
matters would be inter- prospect. Then will your
2. Complete the Biblical quotation: "The Lord bless preted as implying that desire be renewed and_ I
of Jerusalemall the Jews suffer a certain de-. you be filled with delight. -
thee out of Zion and see the
—Ibn Tibbon
days of thy life."
gree of discrimination.
3. "Awake, awake, put on thy strength, 0 Zion; put r
, 0 Jerusalem, the holy city."
on thy beautiful
forever, and Jerusalem
4. "But Judah shall be
to
from
5. What is the Biblical source of the following words:
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"My-cities shall again overflow with prosperity;
and the Lord shall yet comfort Zion, and shall yet
Suite 865
choose Jerusalem."
Southfield,
Mich. 48075
6. -With what does tradition identify Mount Moriah,
scene of Abraham's offering of Isaac?
7. In the Bible, the expressions "Daughter of
Jerusalem" and "Daughter of Zion" are used.
What is their significance?
8. What are the three closing words of the Passover
!Seder? What do these words mean?
I
9. What important synagogue service also concludes
4
with these words?
10. In what way is his prayer modified by the UJA
Missioli which is holding a gigantic conference in
Jerusalem in 1977?
11. Part of the War Monument in Jerusalem is a
Davidka. What is a Davidka?
12. What especially interesting exhibit is _part of the:-
museum on Mt. Herzl?
13. Near. Herzl's grave are the tombs of two presi-
dents of the World Zionist Organization. Who are
they?
14. What is Beit-Meir in Jerusalem?
15. What is Beit Hillel on Balfour Street?

REHOVOT, Israel — It
was out of pure necessity
that 18-year-old Isaac
Zucker built the oscillos-
cope for which he was last
month awarded first
prize ($444) at the closing
ceremony of last year's
science fair, sponsored by

Jerusalem Quiz

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