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May 05, 1978 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-05-05

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6 Friday, May 5, 1978
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Dissident Art Exhibit Slated
for Showing at Shaarey Zedek

Volume Traces Jews of Rhodes

NEW YORK — The Marc D. Angel of Cong.
Union of Sephardic Congre-
Shearith Israel, the Spanish
I.C.C. License MC125985
gations and Sepher-
and Portuguese synagogue
DRIVEAWAY SERVICE
Hermon
Press
have
pub-
in
New York. This book is
4 713 Hamar at Michigan Ay*.
"Twelve From The Un-
lished "The Jews of Rhodes: believed to be the first com-
P.O. BOX 1264
derground," an exhibit of
The History of a Sephardic prehensive study in the
Dearborn, Mich. 48126
works of 12 Soviet artists,
Tel. 584-5000
Community," by Rabbi English language of a
which reflects their feelings
Sephardic community of the
as opressed Jews and their
17,
r;;
Ottoman Empire.
hopes for emigration and
Aside from presenting the
artistic freedom will open
fascinating historical de-
with
a champagne preview,
la MA Sbl
i.7
1Malintl
tails about the Jewish
9:45 P.M. May 13 in the
community of Rhodes, Dr.
west social hall of Cong.
Angel emphasizes the cul-
Shaarey Zedek.
tural life of the Sephardim.
With Mr. and Mrs.
There are chapters on cus-
Samuel Hamburger as
toms and traditions, and on
sponsors, the exhibit is in
Judeo-Spanish folklore.
Soviet Jewish dissidents are pictured in a gallery of
shopping for office supplies and equipment, come up
Detroit under the auspices
Other chapters deal
and have a look at our UPSTAIRS! You'll find the
of the Fine Arts Division of their works which will be exhibited May 13 - 16 at
with
Sephardic
com-
Cong.
Shaarey Zedek. The exhibit, "Twelve From the
Cong.
Shaarey
Zedek's
Cul-
finest in furnishings for home and office, sofas,
munal organization, rela-
tural Commission and the Underground," is comprised of 12 Soviet Jewish
chairs, paintings & graphics. lamps. clocks, interior
tinna
bcen repressed by their govern-
Jews
and
-
Ior
earwax-.
dex.nn
non-u e
ooviet Jewry. Mrs. Myron ment. Since the exhibit's first showing in San Fran-
All that, and weekly specials like this:
economic life, schol-
Joyrich
in general chair- cisco, four of the artists have received visas to emi-
arship, the rise of modern
grate and one has commited suicide. The others still
man.
"UPSTAIRS" SPECIAL
education, the role of
Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. paint and hold underground exhibitions despite fear
women, and Rhodes and
- Martin are co-chairmen of of Soviet reprisals. Exhibit hours are: Opening night,
the Holy Land.
the Cultural Commission: 9:45 p.m., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and 7-11 p.m. May 14 and 1-6
The book is illustrated
Mrs. Marvin Daitch is p.m. and 7-10 p.m. May 15 and 16. Admission is free.
ON ALL IN STOCK
with maps and photo-
chairman of the Fine Arts The public is invited.
graphs. It traces the com-
• • •
Division. Mrs. Charlotte
munity's existence since an-
Shapiro, administrative has gained his freedom
be prints and catalogues in-
tiquity through its destruc-
assistant at the synagogue, and now resides and cluding works of all 12 ar-
tion by the Nazis in 1944.
1 week Idly New &rusk May 12th
is coordinator of the event; works in San Francisco. tists, and some of Rapoport's
Mrs. Louis Ruda is chair-
lithographs.
Born
in
Kharkov,
BRUSSELS (JTA) —
man of public relations, Rapoport was graduated
The exhibit will be open
Joseph Komkommer, local
and Mrs. Philip Shiener is
from the Leningrad Theatre from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and 7
Jewish leader and
chairman of sales.
Institute.
He
will
speak
on
to
11
p.m. May 14, 1 to 6
businessman, has been ap-
At 8 p.m. May 14 the "The 12 From the
Year
Under -
p.m., and 7 to 10 p.m. May
" roar,-
pointed Israeli honorary
committee will present in ground."
31535 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
15
and
16.
il Wore
13£ 14 M.I. &Is 1
consul in Antwerp, the first
lecture one of the 12 ar-
arr.
man-Fri
Boy"
time an honorary consul has
tists, Alek Rapoport, who
On sale at the exhibit will
11,034:00 P.M.
The public is invited.
been named in that city.

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PARIS (JTA) — Lebanese
Christian leader Camille
Chamoun said in an inter-
view published in Le Figaro
that the United Nations
was neglecting a serious as-
pect of the problem in Leba-
non related to the Palesti-
nian and terrorist presence
in that country. He said the
internationalization of the
Lebanese question, similar
to the UN action in Korea
more than 25 years ago was
necessary.
Chamoun, a former
president of Lebanon, said
that UN Security Council
Resolution 425 of March 19
referred only to the with-
drawal of Israeli forces from
south Lebanon. "The other
aspects of the problem now,
that is to say the presence of
20,000 armed fedayeen and
400,000 Palestinians living
in Lebanon, has been
avoided by the UN," he
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Chamoun praised Is-
alliance. Today, in face of
rael's assistance to the
the Palestinian danger,
Christian community in
Lebanese Christians are
Lebanon and said Is-
seeking help from Israel,"
rael's support "in no way
he said.
prevented Lebanon from
recovering its sover-
He warned that "a new
eighty."
United Nations action is
He recalled that the
imperative, otherwise the
Soviet Union and the U.S. Christians will react if no-
became allies in face of the thing is done to restrict
Nazi danger and "no one Palestinian fedayeen ac-
complained about such an tivity."

Jerusalem's Yellin College
Is Training Arab Teachers

JERUSALEM — An
The curriculum of the
Arab teachers education
program was developed
program, whereby Arabs by the college with the
and Jews can benefit from
Ministry of Education
mutual contact and and Culture. Included
encouragement, has been are pedagogic studies,
established at the David Arab culture and history,
Yellin Teachers College in
mathematics, science,
Jerusalem. good citizenship and He-
Founded in 1914, the col- brew as a second Ian-
lege is the oldest teachers
guage. In addition, stu-
college in Israel. dents take arts and
In September 1975, the crafts, physical educe-
first class for Arab teachers tion and music.
began. It was composed of
24 young women. The two-
Many of the latter courses
year program solved a are taken together by Arab
major problem faced by the and Jewish students. The
Ministry of Education and language of instruction is
Culture — a lack of teacher Arabic, except for the joint
education colleges for Arab classes, where Hebrew is
students in the Jerusalem the language of instruction.
area. In addition to the regular
After the Six-Day War, course of study, the College
many Arab teachers refused provides Arab and Jewish
to return to work and the students with regular joint
Ministry was forced to ac- activities such as the stu-
cept teachers who were not dents' union, lectures, films,
trained properly. Even nine trips, joint visits to each
years after the unification others classes during ape-
of Israel, many teachers in cial holiday celebrations,
the Arab schools were only and meetings with
high school graduates and educators. Daily exchanges
they lackedpedogogictrain- on campus and in the
ing. cafeteria also take place.

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