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November 07, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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42 Friday, November 7, 1980

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS'

When a nation gives birth
to a man who is able to pro-
duce a great thought,

other is born who is able to
understand and admire it.
—Joubert

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RAMAT-GAN — Bar-
Ilan, Israel's only
religious-oriented univer-
sity, this semester will pro-
vide higher education to ap-
proximately 1,000 persons
in outlying areas, almost all
of whom hold full-time jobs,
in a growing extension pro-
gram which is broadening
the scope of educational op-
portunities in Israel.
Bar-Ilan , branches in
Ashkelon, Zemach on the
Kinneret and Safed are
making university educa-
tion available to immig-
rants and veterans located
far from the main univer-
sities who cannot leave
their jobs or families to
study. These include many
lacking full secondary
school matriculation who
had never thought they
would be able to attend uni-
versity.
These extensions, accord-
ing to Dr. Moshe Berrebi,
director of the program,
offer credit courses, mainly
in the social sciences, in an
open enrollment geared to
provide a university degree
at a pace consistent with the
student's home and work
responsibilities and educa-
tional background.
Instead of the usual
three-year degree program
of Israeli universities, ex-

I never could believe that
Providence had sent a few
men into the world, ready
booted and spurred to ride,
and Millions ready saddled
and bridled to be.ridden.
—Richard .Rumbold

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SEATS $1.50
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Sat. 3:05, 5:10, 7:15 & 9:15
Sun. 3:05, 5:10 & 7:15
Mon.-Thurs. 7:30 only

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Seats $2.50
HAROLD & MAUDE (PG)
Fri.-Sat. 11:00 only
Sun.-Thurs 9:15 only

TUES., NOV. 11 vs. BOSTON (JOE LOUIS ARENA)
WED., NOV. 3 vs WASHINGTON (JOE LOUIS ARENA)
THUR., DEC. 4 vs. QUEBEC (JOE LOUIS ARENA)

1.30 P.M.
1.30 P.M.
1.30 P.M.

Tickets at Joe Louis Arena and all CTC Outlets including
Hudson S. Ka Baum s. Olympia Ticket Service. Fisher
Theatre. Windwor Arena. I Browse Bookstore
Connelly 's Jewelers and Shapero's

TICKET INFORMATION (and Group Sales) 962-2900

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All Seats $1.25
at all times

The Musical Sensation
"FAME" (R)
Mon.-Thurs. 7:05-9:35
Fri. & Sat. 7:05 & 9:45
Sun 4:30, 7:05 & 9:35
Starts Fri. 11-14
"XANADU" (PG)

tension students may study
from three to six, years at
their local center with a
final year of concentrated
classroom and laboratory
work at the Bar-Ilan cam-
pus in Ramat-Gan. Classes
are conducted in the after-
noons and evenings.
While all applicants are
accepted, they are given a
year to prove their qualifi-
cations and make up any
voids in their high school
preparation. The branch
courses offer psychology,
education, economics and
Jewish studies, including
philosophy, Talmud and To-
rah, as well as English and
mathematics.

Touro Law. School
Hosts Conference
on Jewish Law

NEW YORK — Touro
Law School will host the
third International Confer-
ence on Jewish Law in De-
cember 1981.
The conferences, held bi-
ennially under the sponsor-
ship of the International
Jewish Law Association, af--
ford lawyers, jurists and
rabbinic scholars from all
over the world an opportu-
nity to share creatively in
the pursuit of Jewish legal
scholarship in the areas of
halakha, comparative law,
research methodology, legal
history and philosophy.
Special emphasis is given to
the potential impact and
application of Jewish Law
within contemporary legal
systems.
The conference commit-
tee will be chaired by Prof.
Dov I. Frimer, assistant di-
rector of the Institute of
Jewish Law of Touro Law
School and a member of the
Jewish. Law AsSOciation's
executive committee. Prof.
Frimer returned recently
from Israel where he pre-
sented a paper to the Second
International Conference
held in Jerusalem.

Secularists to
Meet in L.A.

LOS ANGELES — The
10th annual international
Conference of Secular
Jewish Organizations will
be held in Los Angeles Dec.
26-29.
"Secularism stresses the
ethnic identity of the
Jewish people and its cul-
ture, rather than religion,"
said coordinator Shirley
Klipper. "While we are not
yet a large movement in
Jewish life in organiza-
tional size, we do reflect the
reality of most American
Jews who, in fact, are not
affiliated with any religious
organizations."
Workshops at past con-
ferences have dealt with
philosophies and activities
of adult secularist groups
and with curriculum of
parent-run Jewish secular
schools in most major cen-
ters of Jewish population.
For conference informa-
tion, write CSJO, 11207 Bos
St., Cerritos, Calif. 90701.

Stern College Silver Salute

Stern College, the nation's

NEW YORK — Yeshiva
University's Stern College
for Women Alumnae Asso-
ciation is holding a Silver
Salute in celebration of the
school's 25th anniversary at
the college.
include
Activities
homecoming reunions, a
colloquium and a dinner.

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first undergraduate school
for women under Jewish
sponsorship, today has an
enrollment of some 600 stu-
dents and has 1,800 alum-
nae.

A community is too heavy
for any man to carry alone.

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