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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

16 Friday, November 7, 1980



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son Glueck School of Bibli- session, there will be days
cal Archeology will conduct for touring. Cost of the ses-
an archeological dig at Tel sion includes group flight,
Dan, Israel, June 27-July registration, tuition, room
31, 1981.
and board.
Students, teachers, cler-
For an application, write
gymen and scholars with an Dr. Paul M. Steinberg, He-
interest in anthropology, brew Union College-Jewish
ancient history, classics, Institute of Religion, 1 W.
Near Eastern studies, Bible 4th St., New York, N.Y.
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JERUSALEM (JTA-) —
The Jewish Agency's
budget will be 10 percent
higher in 1981 than this
year, Agency Treasurer
Akiva Lewinsky an-
nounced.
He said the increase from
$390 million to $450 million
was based on a projected 10
percent increase in income
from the United Jewish Ap-
peal, amounting to $45 mil-
lion, which he called "a con-
siderable addition."
Lewinsky said at a press
conference that the Jewish
Agency was making every
effort to cope with economic
difficulties and inflation. It
has eliminated 500 jobs out
of 4,500 and undertaken
other saving schemes which
made possible the allocation
of some $4 million for the
development of outpost set-
tlements in Galilee,.
Lewinsky said.
An additional $6 mil-
lion has been budgeted
for development of the
"Shalom region" where
seven-eight settlements
will be built to replace
settlements in the Yamit
region of northern Sinai
which must be evacuated
by the end of next year.
Lewinsky reported that
only $20 million of the $80
million Project Renewal
budget was spent this year.

NEW YORK — The first
major archeological exhibi-
tion . to be held at the
Yeshiva University
Museum will open Nov. 16.
Entitled "Daily Life in An-
cient Israel," the exhibition
was prepared with the aid of
a planning grant from the
National Endowment for
the Humanities.
The guest curator, Dr.
Harold Liebowitz, assistant
professor of archeology at
the University of Texas at
Austin and an alumnus of
Yeshiva College and
Yeshiva University's affil-
iated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan
Theological Seminary, is
responsible for organizing
the exhibition.
A total of 100 archeologi-
cal objects will be shown,
ranging from household
utensils and craftsmen's
tools to jewelry and
weapons from such sites as
Megiddo, Gibeon, Beth
Shemesh and Tel Yin'am.
They have been lent by the
Oriental Institute of
Chicago, the University
Museum of the University
of Pennsylvania, the
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Boston, the Texas Memorial
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