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July 13, 1979 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-07-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 13, 1919 15

Papers Honored

PITTSBURGH (JTA) —
The Jewish Chronicle of
Pittsburgh and the
Pittsburgh - Homewood
Brushton News have been
honored for their coopera-
tive achievement in simul-
taneously publishing "The
Record: The Black Experi-
ence in America, 1619-
1979."
The awards presentation
was co-sponsored by the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith, the National
- Association for the Ad-
vancement of Colored
I' -131e and the National
ncil for the Social
Studies. The three organ-
izations cooperated in the
research and writing of
"The Record."

R LIFE!

Popularity Drop

JERUSALEM (ZINS) —
Two years after the Knesset
- elections that swept Prime
Minister Menahem Begin
into office, Begin's Likus
coalition is in trouble.
The PORI Institute polls
indicate that if an election
were held today, some 29.8
percent of the voters would
favor Labor compared to
28.9 percent for Likud.
In 1977, Likud received'
35 percent of the vote and
Labor 24 percent.

Police Protection
Called for After
Seminary Attack

NEW YORK — An offi-
cial of the Anti-Defamation
League of Bnai Brith re-
cently called for improved
police protection in the For-
est Hills Queens neighbor-
hood after a dozen baseball
bat-wielding teenagers
rampaged through a rab-
binical seminary, attacking
its rabbi and students.
One student was hos-
pitalized with a broken nose
and eight others suffered
lesser injuries during the
incident.

Weinraub to Head
Dental Division

NEW YORK — The
American Friends of the
HebrewUniversity recently
announced the appointment
of Dr, David R. Weinraub as
national coordinator of its
Dental Division.
The division will be head-
quartered at the University
of Pennsylvania in
Philadelphia. The Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania has
been collaborating with the
Hebrew University-
R–'dassah School of Dental
licine, founded by the
,-,..tpha Omega Fraternity,
since 1974.

Cuture Inventory

NEW YORK (JTA) — A
40-page "Inventory of
Jewish Cultural Resources:
National Agencies," has
been published by the Na-
tional Foundation for
Jewish Culture.
The inventory, covering
more that 25 national agen-
cies, lists their publicly-
available resource mate-
rials in the arts, audio-
visual, informal education,
lecturers/ artists/ scholars,
and Jewish literature/
bibliography.

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