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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-01-21

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24 Friday, January 21, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Linowitz to Discuss New Panama Canal Pact

NEW YORK (JTA) —
President Jimmy Carter
will appoint Sol M.
Linowitz as co-negotiator
with Ellsworth Bunker in
an effort to work out a
new canal treaty with
Panama.
Linowitz, a Washing-

ton attorney and a former
U.S. Ambassador to the
Organization of Ameri-
can States and a member
of the American Jewish
Committee, will report-
edry be designated a spe-
cial -representative of
Carter with the rank of

LOOK OUT WORLD

here comes

ERIC ERSHER

Today You Are A Man.
Congratulations & best wishes
to the proud parents.

SOL LINOWITZ

Ambassador in the canal
treaty effort.
Linowitz has long ad-
vocated a new treaty that
would set a date for end-
ing U.S. control of the
Panama Canal and zone.

Love

Sportin Gal

M. E. Reality

Zionist realization means
restoring the center of grav-
ity of Jewish history to Er-
etz Yisrael and the linking
of our destiny to that of
Eastern Asia and its inhab-
itants. We must prepare
ourselves spiritually for this
great return which will in-
volve a fundamental revolu-
tion in our international sit-
uation and in the region of
the peoples who shall en-
compass us in the future. If
we wish to be a people of Er-
etz Yisrael we must cleave
to the new geographical and
ethnographical environment
to which we are returning
and in which we are set-
tling. We cannot possibly
dream of our future in
terms of European achieve-
ments only.
—David Ben-Gurion

THE MIDRASHA COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES

The Midrasha College of Jewish Studies will reopen classes on January 24, at the
college, 21550 West 12 Mile Road, Southfield. Registration is now in progress. Tuition is
$15 per credit hour. Credits may be transferable to certain area colleges and universities.

POPULAR LEVEL COURSES FOR ADULTS AND TEACHER EDUCATION COURSES

(Taught in English except as indicated)

8:30-9:30

7:30-8:30

6:30-7:30

9:30-10:30

Introduction to Biblical
Literature

Y. Levanon

1 (1 cr.)

z

Modern Problems in Judaism and Jewish Education

R. Wagner

(2 as.)

, Religion and Secular Movements in Jewish History

M. Weine

(2 crs.)

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Elementary Yiddish

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Gemara: Tractate Berachot

(1 cr.)

M. Nobel

C. Rosenzveig

(2 crs.)

Advanced Yiddish

8:30-9:30

7:30-8:30

6:30-7:30



9:30-10:30

Abraham Kook's Zionism

Advanced Hebrew conversation
and reading modern texts.*

N. Lev

(3 crs.)
Reading knowledge of Hebrew required.

Palestinian Jewry from the Roman destruction to the end of
the Patriarchate.

M. Kapustin

(2 crs.)

7:30-8:30
6:30-7:30
The Prophets and their Relevance to our Time.

(2 crs•)

J. Lewis

(2 crs.)

M. Kapustin

The German Church and its attitude towards the Jews
before and during the Third Reich.

Readings in Modern Hebrew Literature

M. Nobel

(2 crs.)
Reading knowledge of Hebrew required.

9:30-10:30

8:30-9:30
Geographical History of Israel

M. Weine

(2 crs.)

-Topics in Contemporary
Halachic Literature.

(2 crs.)
Reading knowledge of Hebrew required.

J. Lewis

(2 crs.)

I

J. Lewis

Beginning Yiddish

Jewish Values in Pirke Avot

A. Zentman

•(2 crs.)

Advanced Hebrew conversa-
tion and reading modern
texts. *

z= (1 cr.)

M. Nobel

Status of Woman in Talmudic Law: Selections from the
Talmud

(2 crs.)



C. Rosenzveig

N. Lev

(3 us.)

Jewish Mysticism: Origin and scope. The emergence of _
mysticism in the Talnedic period, the Zohar — its charac-
ter, composition and theosophic directives.

..

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Alternate Thursdays
10:00-11:45

Alternate Thursdays
12:00.1:30

Alternate Thursdays
1:30-2:15

Alternate Thursdays
2:15-3:00

The World of the Bible
J. Lewis
(1 cr.)

Avot d'Rabi Natan — A read-
ing and interpretation of Re-
scension A of this Midrashic
Gemara on Mishnah Avot.
Reading knowledge of He-
brew required.

Seminar on Methods in
Jewish Education

Seminar on the Problems of
Jewish Education

(1 cr.)

(1 cr.)

(begins January 27)

(1 cr.)
(Beginning February 3rd)

V

*Courses meet twice weekly.

J. Lewis

C. Rosenzveig

WEDNESDAY — 10:00-11:00 A.M.
Yiddish Conversation

(1 cr.)

Faculty

J. Stem

(1 cr.)

Jewish Family Laws

V

THURSDAY --- 9:30-11:00 A.M.
V
Elementary Hebrew Reading and Synagogue Practice

M. Nobel

(2 crs.)

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H. Addison

(2 crs.)



A quiz testing your knowledge about
Jerusalem has been prepared by Tamar
Grand and Dr. A.P. Gannes in obser-
vance of the 10th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem. This fea-
ture has been prepared for the member
papers of the American Jewish Press
Association by the Department of Edu-
cation and Hebrew Culture of the
American Section of the World Zionist
Organization.
1. What Prime Minister of Israel was particularly
well known for his knowledge of the Bible?
2. Who are the Neturei Karta?
3. What is Hechal Shlomo?
4. What is the largest synagogue in Jerusalem?
5. What is the meaning of the name of this syna-
gogue?
6. Which synagogue in the heart of the Moslem qua,
ter of Old Jerusalem survived the Arab riots ot
1929 and the Six-Day War?
7. What is the oldest synagogue still standing in the
Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem?
8. Only the hall of worship of the Karaite synagogue
remains. What is the most unusual feature of the
Karaite synagogue in Jerusalem?
9. In the early 18th Century, this synagogue burnt
down after it was in use only 19 years. A new
synagogue was built on the site some 150 years
later and called "The Hurva". Why?
10. The most magnificent Ashkenazic synagogue in
the Old City, Tiferet Israel, was begun in 1864 by
the son of a famous rabbi from Safed who settled in
Jerusalem and became its first printer. What are
the names of this illustrious father and son?
11. In 63 B. C. E., Jerusalem and the Kingdom of
Judah came under the influence of what great
power?
12. The ancient historian Josephus described this
king as the one who "Made a mountain of shining
gold and lustrous white marble becokoning the
pilgrim from afar." Who was he?
13. Who conquered Jerusalem in 70 C.E.?
14. Who was the Jerusalem sage who received permis-
sion from the Roman general to build a House of
Learning at Yavneh?
15. In the years 132-135 C.E., who led the, war of free-
dom that once again made Jerusalem the Jewish
capital?
16. In 135 C.E., Jerusalem was destroyed by the army
of what Roman emperor?
17. What was the name given by the Roman emperor
to the city built on the site of Jerusalem?
18. In the centuries after the destruction of the Sec-
ond Temple, Jerusalem was under the control of
many different powers — Byzantine, Persian -and
Moslem. Who captured Jerusalem in 1099? Who
captured it in 1187?
19 Who was responsible for rebuilding the walls of
Jerusalem during the Ottoman Turkish period, be-
tween 1538-40?
20. What famous British Jewish philanthropist first
visited Jerusalem in 1836?

Quiz Answers

Y. Levanon

Jewish Ethical and Social Theory

(2 crs.)

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M. Nobel

(1 cr.)

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Jerusalem Quiz

' M. Nobel

Further information is obtainable from Dean Josef Levanon of the Midrasha, 352-7117.

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